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Numerology Expert Answers Questions on Analyses of Martin Bryant, an accused Mass Murderer

Sunday, April 26th, 2009


Christian Haller:
Q: “A large number of serial killers have a variant of the name Wayne. Does numerology provide any insight into this?”

lynn Lane:

Q: “Christian brings up a very good point. In my area of the country it’s Wayne, Lee, Ray.”

Lisa McLellan

Q: “Has anyone ever compared the pure numerology results for 10-20 serial killer’s names. I wonder what similarities would be found.”

A: If we study hard and long enough, we CAN analyse ANYTHING to the nth degree with accuracy as to its relationship to another thing.

Pure Numerology only use the most often called names as an additional venue to decipher one’s behaviour based on one’s birth date. But it does not go deep enough to correlate serial killers with their names. I would rather use their birth dates to do comparison as name can be changed but not birth dates.

Long before I read that we can analyse personality by reading the lines on one’s feet, I intuitively know that it can be done. We can draw conclusions by reading lines in one’s hand (palmistry), so why not thru’ the lines on the feet? It’s just that it’s awkward to examine one’s feet than with the hands and hence more obscure or occult.

Sure you can accept that science can now tell you heaps of health information just by analyse one single string of hair from you.

Ancient yoga scriptures said that you could see the whole universe through just a grain of sand. Also, the COMPLETE universe can be seen within the “bindu” (the blue flame) which is only as small as a sesame seed. Sure other ancient cultures would have similar sayings, long before any long distance communications as we know exist. Except telepathy but then it’s “NOT scientific”. Anything not yet proven by science is ALWAYS susceptible to blatant and shameless manipulations as no one can prove it is true or not anyway. Thus gives a bad name to those relatively few who can really do it. Just like there are so many scams floating around China all the time that make those really need help hard to get help after so many generous and charitable people have been burnt badly.

Mitchell Rehaume

Q: “When you do a numerology reading is that reading specific to that person in that specific time period of their life? If so, what happens if a random event occurs to change that person will that change their numerology reading?”

A: Yes. In Numerology reading, there are 3 charts: Characters born with; Characters developing and Characters after Learning the Karmic Lessons. Also, refer to my previous post Numerology Expert Explains Why YOU Are the ONE Who Runs Your Life – Part 1 in which there is an interesting comment on Style, Self-Expression and Sonnets

As to “randomness”, I let the following quote answer it:

“Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.” – Albert Einstein

jc mackenzie:

Q: “Very interesting breakdown, I’m hoping that you’ll continue this from time with historic characters.”

A: The current group here as a whole is more interested in “proof” more than anything. As long as the personality under analysis has large amount of facts known publicly, any accuracy does not advance the cause as one can match up facts conveniently with the numbers, kind of reverse engineering.

The reason I use Martin Bryant as an example is because his birth date does NOT indicate him as a serial killer with that kind of massacre the public and the court perceived that he had committed. He is more likely a scapegoat in the covered up conspiracy, similar to the US President J F Kennedy assassination and 9/11 bombing but in a much much smaller scale. It’s a sad event for Australia as we literally destroyed about 400,000 reserve firearms as a result, instead of being stored safely by the Australian Federal Government, weakening the country’s self-defence in the event of any group wants to take over Australian rich resources by coercion.

Read this analysis from an investigative journalist Joe Vialls, an independent investigator with thirty years direct experience of international military and oil field operations:

“ … the gunman had killed twelve victims and wounded a further ten in 15 seconds flat, using only 17 rounds fired from the right hip. Such a staggering performance is on a par with the best combat shooters in the world, and two retired counter-terrorist marksmen ruefully admitted they would be hard pressed to equal such awesome speed and accuracy. Both agreed that attributing such a performance to an intellectually-impaired invalid with an IQ of 66 and severely limited cognitive functions, amounts to nothing less than certifiable insanity on the part of Bryant’s accusers. In military terms a fatal shot to the upper neck counts as a head shot, so for all practical purposes those who died during the first 15 seconds were killed by head shots fired with lethal accuracy from the gunman’s hip. …. in reality a highly planned paramilitary operation with geopolitical motives, designed from the outset to undermine Australian national security.”

BTW, Joe Vialls died in 2005, soon after exposing the nuclear Tsunami.

Rob Northrup

Q: “One of the more interesting ways I have seen to deflect blame from a murderer that needs to be held 100% responsible. Hope they never let juries hear this stuff…”

A: Rob, you kind of hit the jack pot here. First, there was much secrecy in the whole case. Second, there was a case heard in your D.C. Superior Court back in late 2006 that Murder Trial Juror Booted for Invoking Numerology



Numerology Expert Peeks Into the Mind of the Killer (Martin Bryant) For The World’s Biggest Civil Massacre

Saturday, April 25th, 2009


Today, I read the current news report about this new book “Born Or Bred? Martin Bryant: The Making Of A Mass Murderer”.

Martin Bryant drove to Port Arthur, Tasmania in Australia and murdered 35 people because “it was a nice day” and “a pretty spot”. That was thirteen years ago in April 28th, 1996. Ironically, he felt like a victim who was driven to do the killing.

Co-author Paola Totaro says in a news interview that, “There’s some great mixture here. You are born with a genetic legacy. But ultimately, it’s the environment and what you live in your early childhood that determines whether you express those genes.” This resonates what I long hold that behaviour is a function of personality and environment. The SAME personality would behave DIFFERENTLY under different environments (or context, as Kevin Hogan would say). That explains why it’s important to choose carefully your friends whom you mix with; choose carefully where do you live. Even when we were poor when we grew up, my mother would choose meticulously a nice neighbourhood to live in, working extra hard to pay for the extra rental.


Co-author Robert Wainwright says in an interview that Bryant was so desperate to find someone befriend with him or even to have a causal conversation that he bought business class ticket to fly to London or Los Angela just to ensure he had someone to talk to. Sometimes, he would just stay at the destination for a few hours before flying back.


Now, let’s have a look at Bryant’s birth date 7th May 1967.


 7/5/1967 = 35 = (8)



Born Characters:


 _|_6_|_9_    = Mental & Spiritual Aspect 

 _|_5_|_ _     = Emotional & Movement Aspects

1 |      | 77     = Physical abilities & Idea Manifestation



He’s a negative strong “7” personality: Secretive, introvert, withdrawn, over-protective, possessive, idealist, jealous and a silent type to the extreme.


Single weak “1”: Negative. Inferiority complex. (But the strong “7”, even it’s negative here, still rescues the personality from that complex)




Developing Character  



 3|__|__0     = Mental & Spiritual Aspects

_  |_  |  8_   = Emotional & Movement Aspects   

    |    |  7     = Physical abilities & Idea Manifestation


His born personality of being a recluse is compounded by his moral lesson of the same number “7”. Instead of learning to override it with spiritual pursuit, he fell into escapism and live in his own dream world. The other moral lesson of “8” is for him to learn through love and emotional support. Instead, it becomes a dominant driving force to air his rage.


Martin = 4+1+9+2+9+5 = 30, adding that finicky, detail mind and mental strain into his secretive life.


His neighbor says Bryant was overly protective of Miss Harvey, a family friend and an elderly spinster, not liking anyone to speak to her. At his New Town High School, he was known as a withdrawn child who never showed his true emotions.


The “5” from birth month May reflects the restlessness within him. As a toddler, his mother, unable to control his energy, used to leash him against the balcony. As he grew older, his father was one of the few who could understand him, kept him busy to absorb his erratic behaviour.

From Wikipedia:

“He was described by teachers as being distant from reality and as unemotional. At school he was apparently a disruptive and sometimes violent child, and suffered severe bullying by other children.
Descriptions of Bryant’s behavior as an adolescent show that he continued to be disturbed. He was revealed to have an I.Q. of 66,[2] equivalent to an 11-year-old and in the bottom 1.17 percent of the population. On leaving school he qualified for a disability pension and lived on a pension for some years, though he worked as a handyman and gardener.”
Now, this poses a query: How can a man with such a low I.Q. as a 11-year old with his total lack of military training managed to act like a marksman killing 20 and wounding 12 people in about 60 seconds just in the small cafe? His birth date did not indicate him to be that evil. Also apparently, his photos were digitally manipulated before published in newspaper & magazines to show how mental he was.

Professor Paul Mullen, a psychiatrist, says, “It’s very difficult for us to get our heads around this but here was one of the world’s worst mass killers who has ever existed but he saw himself as the aggrieved person. It was the world that had driven him to this. It wasn’t as if he really wanted to [murder] but he had no choice. He felt he had been driven to it.”

“Once you break it down you begin to see a terrible tragedy. Take the suicide [his father’s suicide] out and it wouldn’t have happened, without the [inherited] money it wouldn’t have hapened, take the guns out and it wouldn’t have happened. Provide a little more effective care and it probably wouldn’t have happened.”

The new book does not seem to raise the question: To what extent Bryant did do all the killings? The trial was quite secretive and provided a notorious example of trial by media.

To hear the other side of the story, read THE PORT ARTHUR MASSACRE CONSPIRACY, by Joe Vialls at