A lot of the people I pick to do numerology articles for seem to have the life path number 29/11: Kate Moss, Prince William, Tony Blair, and now Jennifer Aniston. Maybe I am attracted to this type of person. They have the same numerology as my Dad, is one possible explanation. I am a ‘1’ life path, so you could say their’s is two lots of mine! Maybe it’s their traits I am attracted to. 29/11s are master builders and are often psychic, with their minds on higher goals. They have a large attractive energy field. They also have a kind of refined calmness/tranquility about them, which I don’t have but I like.
Mind you, they’re not all the same by any means. They will, of course, have different astrologies: Kate Moss is a Capricorn (creative, sensitive and patient; shy when they meet people), Prince William a Gemini, right on the cusp (generous, affectionate, impulsive, youthful, enigmatic, prone to changing their minds), and Tony Blair a Taurean (straightforward, with a dislike of change, the most loyal and reliable sign of the zodiac), and now Jennifer Aniston is an Aquarian (original, inventive and smart, incredibly friendly; they are the know-alls of the zodiac). Their astrology will therefore generate some quite different personalities.
The other group of personalities I pick (numerologically) are 25/7’s: Princess Di (Cancer: softies under the shell, sometimes secretive, but with a great sense of humor), Sai Baba (Sagittarius:generous and friendly, they are so open that the world often knows what they are up to; good sense of intuition), and Uri Geller (also Sagittarius). As a 25/7, they’re minds tend to be on gaining higher knowledge, covering things like spirituality and searching for deeper truths, which I too am interested in, so maybe that’s why I pick them.
Without further ado: Numerology – Jennifer Aniston – 11th February 1969
– -6 – 99
2 – – – –
111 – –
Life path 2. She has one line of weakness: The Line of the Skeptic, and no lines of strength.
Like Kate Moss, she has three 1’s in her chart, which gives her a kind of masculine, lithe, energy. Twos are diligent workers who excel in areas where attention to detail is required, and are always polite and courteous. They prefer to have a partner to share their lives with, usually a more assertive mate. Life Path 2’s can be the victims of unjustified gossip and rumor
Like Prince William she has the Line of the Skeptic. This line can indicate anything from total skepticism of anything metaphysical through to an enlightened, open-minded approach to the mysteries of existence.
While 29/11s have a sentimental side, they tend to focus their creative energies in their mind, which inhibits their emotional expression. They repress or intellectualize their feelings. This may affect their relationships. Most 29/11s appreciate many friends and contacts and so need someone to be there for them as a source of support but they often get caught in the double bind of seeking relationship while simultaneously trying to assert their independent nature; 29/11s march to a different drummer.
They tend to be attractive, with a large, stimulating energy field. When their creative juices get flowing into work or projects, they may be too busy to have much time for relationships. Their combination of loyalty, insecurity and an independent streak makes for complex relationships. Overall, the emotional and sexual life of 29/11s reflect how much balance they have created in the rest of their lives.
For 29/11s, as their energy flows, so flows their abundance; for many, money is just a way of keeping tabs on how their energy is flowing. In some cases, however, the accumulation of money can become a kind of competitive game or a way to gain other’s respect and approval – a strong motivation for these individuals.
She was also born on the 11th, which enhances the above effects.
Aquarius is an ‘Air’ sign and traditionally associated with humanity and the welfare of others. It’s often true that an Aquarian’s concerns with the world’s populace can leave those closer to them feeling left out.
In Love, the Aquarian attitude to love and relationships is slightly more complex. They are perfectly capable of loving and their feelings are very genuine. They just have difficulty in explaining how they feel most of the time.
Although inventive as lovers, the volatile emotional moods and crises of people with the water and earth signs leave the typical Aquarian mystified (incidentally, Brad Pitt is a fire sign – fire and air stimulate each other); their first reaction is always to think matters through and then explain themselves rationally. Aquarians are often embarrassed by effusive displays of emotion.
They tend to act more as their partner’s best friend, looking for someone who will share in their diverse interests and allow them at least the mental space and freedom they need. Dating an Aquarian will usually be fun – although don’t be surprised if they are terrible timekeepers.
At Work, they dislike being tied to a routine and may do well working outside in the fields of nature conservancy or in the community working for the benefit of their fellow man in some way. They shine in any career that offers them the scope to apply their ideals and utilize their unusual talents. They need to have a degree of autonomy in their working day, and the responsibility to make decisions without having to constantly defer to a superior.
Aquarians have a gift of being at ease with their colleagues and are often active members of societies and clubs in their spare time. He or she is brimming with outrageous ideas and so many friends you could line them up one by one from one end of town to the other and still need more spaces in the queue.
Quintessentially cool, these individuals may even be termed ‘indifferent’. They don’t seem to care in the same way others do. They appear to stand on the outside looking in and see the big picture and how to fix it. Everyone likes the Aquarian, because having them around is an adventure and the Aquarian likes everyone, but no one in particular.
Jennifer’s Background – Interview when with Brad
From an interview when she was with Brad: Although it boasts a breathtaking view of Los Angeles that sweeps all the way down to the pacific Ocean, the two-bedroom house is relatively modest – certainly far less grand than you would expect for one of Hollywood’s most glamorous (and highly paid) couples. The child of divorced parents, Aniston had found wedlock to be foreign terrain. Having watched her mother struggle after giving up her career and then being dumped by her husband, leaving her in perilous financial straits, Jennifer was sure of only one thing: “I just knew I wanted it to be based in love – not money, not security,” she says firmly. “Just finding somebody who was your best friend, who you could grow with and enjoy the passage of time – and that’s what I found. We said, “This is going to be a grand experiment. We expose ourselves completely” – and that’s what we did. I felt, in the first five months, that we knew each other better than either of us had ever been known before. We said to each other, “We’ll just do the best we can, and be as honest with each other as we can.” And that can be so painful, but we have to be. The only reason people should be together is to grow and to learn and to keep discovering and become better humans. And then – god forbid you fall short of those dreams, and you’re a failure.
Her father, veteran soap actor, John Aniston, had left her mother when Jennifer was nine, and for years thereafter she saw very little of him. More recently, Jennifer became estranged from her mother – she was devastated when Nancy Aniston tried to cash in on her daughter’s fame with an appallingly self-serving book called From Mother and Daughter to Friends. Although Jennifer did not invite her mother to her wedding, she feels enormous grief about the gulf between them. Aniston was so agitated after the wedding that she even chopped off her famous hair, which had launched a national craze when Friends became a hit. “I hate it!” she says fiercely. “I did it mainly to relieve me of the bondage of self. It was the right time to do it – shed the skin – but I couldn’t hate it more. It’s just not me. I hide behind my hair; it’s my shield. I’m taking every horse vitamin there is to make it grow faster – blue-green algae, you name it.” Her post-wedding crisis was aggravated by the groom’s absence while Pitt spent three months on location in Budapest and Morocco. “I think I’m just starting to feel I can stop apologizing – to myself, to my family, to my friends, to the world – and live in my body and be O.K. with that,” Aniston says in a low voice. There’s also the thing about privacy: What do we have to hide? What do we have to be ashamed of? The bottom line is, I don’t want to live that way. It takes too much energy. Who cares? There are certain things that are ours, that are private, and then there are certain things that – why not share?
Pitt’s one-bedroom house, which is nestled into a hillside a half-hour’s drive away, is even less suitable for their combined households than hers. He gutted and redesigned a former greenhouse in rough hewn stone and glass and wood, adding sleek high-tech fixtures such as gleaming stainless-steel toilets.
“I don’t feel like a role model – god, no, I’m a mess!” she exclaims. “I mean, I’m not a mess, but we’re all just trying to figure it out, to do the best we can.” “I feel, half the time, like I am one of these teenage girls,” she says sheepishly. “Feeling stupid, feeling good not enough, feeling inadequate, asking, ‘What am I doing?’ – it doesn’t go away. Coming from a divorced family, being pissed off, being overweight…” I wasn’t empowered as a kid; I wasn’t encouraged. I was somehow filled with fear and doubt and insecurities. Being a celebrity now, if you can talk to one person and let them know it’s all bullshit, just be happy with who you are.” Both Aniston and her husband make a real effort to demystify their celebrity, according to friends. They both are committed to retaining who they are as individuals, and to doing everything they can to fight against the current of what everyone wants them to do,” says Kristin Hahn, a writer and documentary filmmaker who has been a close friend of Jennifer’s since she arrived in Los Angeles a dozen years ago. “I think every celebrity is asked to be larger than life – beyond human. You have to be perfect in all sorts of ways.”
The beauty magazines particularly are there to feed on women’s low self-esteem. The truth is we’re all the same; there’s nothing greater about celebrities. It’s just a job. The media create this wonderful illusion – but the amount of airbrushing that goes into these beauty magazines, the hours of hair and make-up! It’s impossible to live up to, because it’s not real. But it’s a big job, extinguishing the shame we all have.”
And Aniston knows how unforgiving the scrutiny can be. “They’ll make fun of you if you’re too fat and then tear you down if you’re too thin,” she says. “You just can’t win. I am so thankful for this life, and – not to look a gift horse in the mouth, but I don’t feel beautiful all the time. The majority of the time I don’t.
Bitterness creeps into her voice as she mimics her mother’s unwittingly devastating coaching: “Your mother is going, ‘Your eyes are too close together, so when you put your eyeliner on you have to draw the lines up here, like this, because your eyes are already too small, and your face is too wide, and see, honey, you have your father’s mouth, so you’re going to have to draw lines around it…’ I don’t know if I would have known how beautiful she was if she wasn’t always pointing out how un-beautiful I was.”
“Getting the success – you feel, Why me? I went through a period of guilt about my family: ‘Why are they struggling, and why did it work for me? I don’t deserve this! When are they going to find me out and call me on my bluff?’ And yet all that kid stuff had given me a career. I’ve channeled it into something positive – being able to make people laugh.”