NUMEROLOGIST PREDICTS TRUMP VICTORY
The polls look good for Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for president, putting him as many as 12 points ahead of President Donald Trump nationally. But the polls also looked good for Hillary Clinton in 2016, yet Trump eked out a victory in the Electoral College, partly through razor-thin margins in Michigan and Wisconsin.
Can Trump do it again? Well, if you believe in numerology, you’d better hold off on organizing a lavish Biden-Harris victory party. At least that’s the word from 68-year-old Kerala numerologist M.K. Damodaran.
As Damodaran told IANS, “November 3, 2020 is the day of the U.S. presidential election, which is strongly lucky for incumbent President Trump. His date of birth is June 14, 1946. As such, his birth number is 5 (1 + 4). Besides, he was born in the sun sign Gemini that is ruled by planet Mercury. Number 5 is represented by planet Mercury.”
Next month’s presidential election is the 59th such election, held every four years, which also bodes well for Trump, according to Damodaran. “The number 59 again represents 5 (5+9=14, 1+4=5). The US got independence on July 4, 1776. The fate number of that day is also 5. (7 + 4 + 1 + 7 + 7 + 6=32, 3+2=5). The number 5 plays a key role for Trump.”
And if that doesn’t do enough to tilt the election in Trump’s favor, Damodaran provides more evidence. Trump’s “fate number” is 4, he said, and the year 2020 “also represents number 4 (2+0+2+0=4). So year 2020 is lucky for Trump.”
What about Biden’s numbers? Domadaran has also analyzed them, deeming the former vice-president’s chances of winning the top office as “very remote.”
Compiled and partly written by Indian humorist MELVIN DURAI, author of the novel Bala Takes the Plunge.
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