Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Great Kate: 5/12/1907-6/29/2003

The important thing to remember about Katherine Hepburn is that her first name begins with the letter "K", one of the two Master Letters (the other being "V:) and that it corresponds to the number "11" which is one of the two Master Numbers (the other being "22") as well. So she not only has a Master Letter but a Master Number, too.  

My friend, Lucy I, describes the number "11" as symbolizing the Creative Masters of the Universe.  She explains that their path or life journey is often impractical although always inspirational. Their messages are always strong and intense. They pull no punches as very little can deflect them from their appointed task.  Often they border on martyrdom. Hepburn and her devotion to her married lifetime lover, Spencer Tracy, was interpreted by many as "masochistic" and "slavish". However, self-sacrificing or not,  "11s" are destined for greatness and leave their mark upon the world.

She died in a "4" year which is the number "13" reduced. "13" is frequently associated with "death" as is the number "4", especially in Chinese culture, as it's nearly homophonous to their word for "death". "4" also symbolizes the "earth" as well as the qualities of "respose", "quiet" and "passivity".

Some great Katherine Hepburn films include:

-A Bill of Divorcement (1932)
-Little Women (1933)
-Alice Adams (1935)
-Bringing Up Baby (1938)
-The Philadelphia Story (1940)
-Woman of the Year (1942)
-The African Queen (1951)
- The Lion in Winter (1968)

Miss Hepburn was, indeed, the "real deal" in every sense of the word.

Amy bows low at the feet of all her holy teachers.

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