How the 26th became a bad omen for India!

December 1, 2008

How number 26 became a bad omen for India.

How number 26 became a bad omen for India.

How the 26th became a bad omen for India:

Some numerologists & astrologists say that the Mumbai terror attack on the 26th was not a surprize. For, many other disasters have earlier occurred in India on the same date: the 26th – nevertheless is the number 13 considered as the most ominous number worldwide.

A review of the facts and various opinions.

In 2004 the Tsunami struck India on December 26; in 2001 the Gujarat earthquake was on January 26; ín 2007 blasts rocked Guwahati on May 26; and the Ahmedabad blasts this year were on September 26 before the Mumbai attack on 26th in november.

So, in 2008 two terrorists strikes in India have been on the 26th. And … another two on the 13th! Jaipur blast was on May 13 and Ahmedabad on July 26, followed by Delhi on September 13 and now Mumbai on 26th this month. Earlier also, India has faced big attacks on the 13th. Serial blasts in Mumbai trains were on March 13, 2003 and Parliament was attacked on December 13, 2001.

Numerologists and astrologers claim it’s no coincidence. “Numerologically, the number 26 is a very unlucky number. 26 comes to 8 (2+6 = 8 ) which brings in destruction,” Mumbai-based numerologist Sanjay Jhumani said.

But famous astrologer Bejan Daruwalla disagrees, “It’s not only on the basis of numerology. There are astrological reasons as well for the Mumbai attack. Mars and Saturn are in conjunction now. Astrologically, this is known as Angara Yoga which brings in destruction,” he explains.

He says even Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was born on the 26th (September 26) and our Republic Day is also on the 26th. “So the number is not always bad. Numerology also doesn’t work every time.”

READ FURTHER:
How the 26th became a bad omen in India
Numerology & more news about the numbers

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