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The no 2 club: What the stars say


Two for joy, two is company, table for two and so on. We know that it takes two to tango and that if we don't want to be blue we had better pair up. No 2, of course, is what also takes you to the loo. It sure is a special number, concedes Mumbai-based numerologist Sanjay B Jumaani.

People born on the 2nd, 11th, 20th and 29th of any month belong to the dubiously named No 2 Club. "It's a number associated with the moon, " says Naved Zahur, a Delhi-based numerologist. "The waxing and waning of the moon can have both a negative and positive impact on number two people. Look at the waves of the ocean to know what the moon does to them. "

Jumaani says it was no coincidence that Neil Armstrong landed on the moon on a date that added up to two. "Or the fact that the letters in the space shuttle Apollo too add up to 2. " Dreamy, romantic, gentle and creative, the moon often helps enhance the talents of people born under it, he says.

Zahur adds that silver and white are the two colours that suit the #2s. "Wear, donate and eat things in these hues and see yourself overcome your difficulties. " 'A karmic number', is what he calls it. "They're doers. Things will not just fall into their lap. "
The moon has granted them with vivid powers of the imagination, continues Jumaani. "But they are not too forceful, and when it comes to implementing ideas, they'd rather depend on others to give them a push. That done, their talent soon comes to the fore. " That's when two-ers become doers.

Reader's opinion (1)

Balakrishnan GurumurtiOct 27th, 2011 at 04:41 AM

twoers are together big doers. two is also a teamer, and togther they are stemers. when they get steam they steal the show, likeneil armstrong. seveners are like lightning hitting a tower and when two seveners join they are innovative to innovate from nothing!

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