Meryl Streep – Numerology Celebrity for June

The Destiny of Creative Mastery

Meryl Streep Numerology
Meryl Streep at the 2018 Montclair Film Festival, Wikipedia

Mary Louise (Meryl) Streep was born June 22,1949.

In numerology, we add all the birthday numbers together to discover one’s destiny or life purpose.

6+2+2+1+9+4+9 = 33

Meryl has a master 33/6 destiny. Master numbers occur when two numbers are the same because they have double the power of that number.

Streep certainly displays mastery of the creative voice (33).  As her characters range the complete gamut of “Julia Child” to “Margaret Thatcher”, she morphs into each role with ease and brilliance. And you feel her emotions in every part (6).

How to Interpret a Numerology Chart

Before going into detailed analysis of Meryl Streep numerology charts, I will explain the process. First we add the vowels of the name and reduce the sum to find the Soul’s Essence – that which defines what is inside of us before any education or family history.

Next we add the consonants. This is called the Personality number, the number that represents what your values are and what you are attracted to.

Finally we add all the numbers together and reduce the sum.  This is called the expression number which illustrates how you express yourself. Please note if any of the numbers add up to master numbers, you do not reduce.

Meryl Streep’s Numerology Chart

Meryl Streep Numerology

Let’s take a look at how numerology describes Meryl Streep. (See the above chart.) Her soul’s essence number is a master 22/4.  As we mentioned earlier, we do not reduce master numbers. 22 is the master of relationships in all forms. The 4 is the builder who is organized and grounded. It is natural for Meryl to connect and do the research that is needed  in order to morph into each of her characters.

Meryl’s personality number is an 8 – the charismatic, powerful, and successful leader. No surprise here.

Finally Streep’s expression number is another ‘3‘. Creativity is all encompassing in her name and life purpose.

Acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.” —Meryl Streep

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