West Indies might have become the ICC World Cup 2012 T20 champions, but how did numerology help them? Astro-numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi decodes their secret to success
"Numbers 1, 2, 4 and 7 are considered to be a ‘family’ of numbers. The country name ‘West Indies’ vibrates up to Number 37 (Number 1). They won the match on 7th October 2012 which was a day ruled by ‘Ketu’ (Number 7). Plus, it was a Sunday (ruler Sun – Number 1). The compound number arrived by adding this date comes to Number 4 (Rahu) and they won the 4th ICC T20 World Cup” explains Bhavikk.
“The month of October is the 10th month of the year and this was their 7th match in the tournament” he adds further.
“Lastly, they scored 137 runs in the final game which sums up to Number 2 (Moon). All said and done, this clearly proves the point in this case that the ‘Windies’ were simply ‘destined’ to win this time," signs off Bhavikk.
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