January 30, 2010

February 2010 Numerology

By looking back on 2009, which was a "2" universal year, we can better understand the "2" vibration and gain clues as how the number 2 operates, even in regards to our own personal life. There are three main number vibrations in the upcoming month of February: 2, 3, and 5. The 2 comes from simply from February being the second month of a year. November carries the exact same vibration as February and always will. So we can think of February and November as the exact same types of months.

Last year was a universal two year and the events of last year prove to reflect that vibration.

February 2010 Numerology Prediction

Keywords/Phrases related to the number two vibration in numerology : This vibration is all about acts of love and hate. People coming together and people coming apart. Violence and Peace. Agreements and disagreements. I tend to notice this vibration especially in issues related to politics and agreements or disagreements between countries.Issues related to foreign relations. Acts of hate, such as major acts of terrorism. Also in romantic relationships, mainly as it affects celebrities. It is a ying yang type of vibration. I also have noticed same major fires in past two vibrations and planeS are connected to the number two and eleven vibration( 11 is a master number but I typically break it down to 2). Keep all of this in mind as you read over these events related to the two year. As the number "2" is one of our vibrations for February 2010.

Do It Yourself Numerology

Follow the given string of events, discover the "2" pattern, and make your own numerology prediction for February 2010. You can post your ideas below. Remember there are more vibrations to this month, so "2" is just the tip of the iceberg.


The whole month of January was dominated by politics and issues related to foreign countries:

January 1 – Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, and Uganda assume their seats on the United Nations Security Council.

January 1 – The Czech Republic takes over the presidency of the Council of the European Unionfrom France.

January 1 – Asunción, the capital of Paraguay, becomes the American Capital of Culture and Vilnius and Linz become the European Capitals of Culture.
January 1 – Slovakia adopts the euro as its national currency, replacing the Slovak koruna.

January 3 – Israel launches a ground invasion of the Gaza Strip as the Gaza War enters its second week.

January 7 – Russia shuts off all gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin publicly endorses the move and urges greater international involvement in the energy dispute.

January 13 – Ethiopian military forces begin pulling out of Somalia, where they have tried to maintain order for nearly two years.

January 17 – Israel announces a unilateral ceasefire in the Gaza War. It comes into effect the following day, on which Hamas declares a ceasefire of its own.

January 20 – Barack Obama is inaugurated as the 44th, and first African American, President of the United States.

January 21 – Israel completes its withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.Intermittent air strikes by both sides of the preceding war continue in the weeks to follow.

January 22 – Congolese rebel leader Laurent Nkunda is captured by Rwandan forces after crossing over the border into Rwanda.

January 26 – The first trial at the International Criminal Court is held. Former Union of Congolese Patriots leader Thomas Lubanga is accused of training child soldiers to kill, pillage, and rape.

January 26 – The Icelandic government and banking system collapse; Prime Minister Geir Haarde immediately resigns.

February - Another month dominated by Politics and one significant fire.

February 1 – Patriarch Kirill I of Moscow is enthroned as the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.[21]

February 1 – Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir is appointed as the new Prime Minister of Iceland, becoming the world's first openly lesbian head of government.[22]

February 7 – The deadliest bushfires in Australian history begin; they kill 173, injure 500 more, and leave 7,500 homeless. The fires come after Melbourne records the highest-ever temperature (46.4°C, 115°F) of any capital city in Australia. The majority of the fires are ignited by either fallen or clashing power lines or deliberately lit.

February 8 – The Taliban releases a video of Polish geologist Piotr Stańczak, whom they had abducted a few months earlier, being beheaded. It is the first killing of a Western hostage in Pakistan since American journalist Daniel Pearl was executed in 2002.[23]

February 11 – Morgan Tsvangirai is sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Zimbabwe following the power-sharing deal with President Robert Mugabe signed in September, 2008.[25]

February 17 – The JEM rebel group in Darfur, Sudan sign a pact with the Sudanese government, planning a ceasefire within the next three months.[26]

February 26 – Former Serbian president Milan Milutinović is acquitted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia regarding war crimes during the Kosovo War.[27]


March 2 – The President of Guinea-Bissau, João Bernardo Vieira, is assassinated during an armed attack on his residence in Bissau.[28]

March 4 – The International Criminal Court (ICC) issues an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur. Al-Bashir is the first sitting head of state to be indicted by the ICC since its establishment in 2002.[30]

March 17 – The President of Madagascar, Marc Ravalomanana, is overthrown in a coup d'état, following a month of rallies in Antananarivo. The military appoints opposition leader Andry Rajoelina as the new president.[31]

April - More Politics...

April 1 – Albania and Croatia join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

April 2 – The second G-20 summit, involving state leaders rather than the usual finance ministers, meets in London. Its main focus is an ongoing global financial crisis.

April 3–4 – The 21st NATO Summit is held, 60 years after the founding of the organization. Former Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen is appointed as the new Secretary General of NATO.

April 5 – North Korea launches the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-2 rocket, prompting an emergency meeting of—but no official reaction from—the United Nations Security Council.[32]

April 7 – Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori is sentenced to 25 years in prison for ordering killings and kidnappings by security forces.

April 10 – A political crisis begins in Fiji when President Josefa Iloilo suspends the nation's Constitution, dismisses all judges and constitutional appointees and assumes all governance in the country after the Court of Appeal rules that the government of Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is illegal.[34]

April 11–12 – The Fourth East Asia Summit is postponed after Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva declares a state of emergency in Bangkok and surrounding areas.[35][36]

April 17 – Thirty-four heads of state and government meet in Port of Spain, Trinidad for the 5th Summit of the Americas.

April 18 – Roxana Saberi, an Iranian-American journalist, is sentenced to eight years in prison for espionage by an Iranian court.[37] She is released the following month, after an appeals court reduces and suspends her sentence.

April 21 – UNESCO launches The World Digital Library.[38]


May 18 – The third C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group meets in Seoul.

May 18 – Following more than a quarter-century of fighting, the Sri Lankan Civil War ends with the total military defeat of the LTTE.[43][44]

May 23 – Former President of South Korea Roh Moo-hyun, under investigation for alleged bribery during his presidential term, commits suicide.[45]

May 25 – North Korea announces that it has conducted a second successful nuclear test in the province of North Hamgyong. The United Nations Security Council condemns the reported test.[46]


June 1 – Air France Flight 447, en route from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Paris, crashes into the Atlantic Ocean, killing all 228 on board.

June 11 – The outbreak of the H1N1 influenza strain, commonly referred to as "swine flu", is deemed a global pandemic,[47] becoming the first condition since the Hong Kong flu of 1967–1968 to receive this designation.

June 13 – Following the reelection of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, supporters of defeated candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi accuse the government of fraud, and launch a series of sustained protests.[48]

June 20 – The death of Neda Agha-Soltan, an Iranian student shot during a protest, is captured on what soon becomes a viral video that helps to turn Neda into an international symbol of the civil unrest following the presidential election.
June 21 – As a step toward total independence from the Kingdom of Denmark, Greenland assumes control over its law enforcement, judicial affairs, and natural resources. Greenlandic becomes the official language.[49]

He was the most loved entertainer ever. Some hated him, but there are millions upon millions that loved Michael, including myself. This was one of the biggest examples of the "2" vibration. It brought our emotions out and this is what a 2 year does. As fans, it brought us together as our outpouring love for Michael was clear inspite of those who slandered him and hated him. We came together and showed so much love for him -I have to write about the significance of him passing in a 2 year much later.

June 25 – The death of American entertainer Michael Jackson triggers an outpouring of worldwide grief. Online, reactions to the event cripple several major websites and services, as the abundance of people accessing the web addresses pushes internet traffic to potentially unprecedented and historic levels.

June 28 – The Supreme Court of Honduras orders the arrest and exile of President Manuel Zelaya, claiming he was violating the nation's constitution by holding a referendum to stay in power.[54] The United Nations and the Organization of American States condemn the coup d'état.[55]

June 30 – Yemenia Flight 626 crashes off the coast of Moroni, Comoros, killing all but one of the 153 passengers and crew.[56]


July 1 – Sweden assumes the presidency of the European Union.[57]

July 4 – The Organization of American States suspends Honduras due to the country's recent political crisis after its refusal to reinstate President Zelaya.[58][59]

July 5 – Over 150 are killed when a few thousand ethnic Uyghurs target local Han Chinese during major rioting in Ürümqi, Xinjiang.

July 7 – A public memorial service is held for musician Michael Jackson. It is regarded as one of the most prominent funerals of all time.[60][61][62]

July 15 – Caspian Airlines Flight 7908 crashes near Qazvin, Iran, killing all 168 on board.


August 3 – Bolivia becomes the first South American country to declare the right of indigenous people to govern themselves.[64]

August 4 – North Korean leader Kim Jong-il pardons two American journalists, who had been arrested and imprisoned for illegal entry earlier in the year, after former U.S. President Bill Clinton meets with Kim in North Korea.[65]

August 20 – Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, imprisoned for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, is released by the Scottish government on compassionate grounds as he has terminal prostate cancer. He returns to his native Libya.[67]


September 25 – At the G-20 Pittsburgh summit, world leaders announce that the G-20 will assume greater leverage over the world economy, replacing the role of the G-8, in an effort to prevent another financial crisis like that in 2008.[68]

September 28 – At least 157 demonstrators are killed in a clash with the Guinean military.


October 2 – Ireland holds a second referendum on the EU's Lisbon Treaty. The amendment is approved by the Irish electorate,[71][72][73][74][75] having been rejected in the Lisbon I referendum held in June 2008.

November 2009

November 3 – The Czech Republic becomes the final member-state of the European Union to sign the Treaty of Lisbon, thereby permitting that document's initiation into European law.[77]

November 3 – The Prime Minister of Belgium, Herman Van Rompuy, is designated the first permanent President of the European Council,[78] a position he takes up on 1 December 2009.[79][80][81]

November 13 – Having analyzed the data from the LCROSS lunar impact, NASA announces that it has found a "significant" quantity of water in the Moon's Cabeus crater.[82][83]

November 20 – CERN restarts the Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator in Geneva, Switzerland; they had shut it down on September 19, 2008.[84][85]

November 23 – In the Philippines, at least 57 are abducted and killed in an election-related massacre in the province of Maguindanao. This appears to be the deadliest attack on journalists in recent history.[86]

November 27 – Dubai requests a debt deferment following its massive renovation and development projects, as well as the late 2000s economic crisis. The announcement causes global stock markets to drop.[87]


December 1 – The Treaty of Lisbon comes into force.[88]

December 7 – December 18 – The UNFCCC's United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 conference is held in Copenhagen, Denmark.[89]

What's Missing From This List of Events? Celebrity relationships and breakups. It may or may not have been important world news, but if you will notice last year, how celebrities were breaking up like crazy. If you are into entertainment news, you probably can recall all the significant break ups. I know celebrities break up all the time, but take a look at all the long term marriages that came to end and all the celebrities that divorced, had affairs, or ended unexpectedly. My first post to this blog was about this and you could find it here 2 Year Numerology Part I

What Are Your Numerology Predictions For February 2010?
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