If you haven’t heard about the phenom that is Mo’ne Davis, you just might be living under a rock. Never in the history of the Little League World Series has one person taken it by such a storm. I first heard of Mo’ne a few weeks ago and love that she is not only fiercely talented, but as humble as they come. According to her coach Alex Rice, “you can’t rattle her, she’s unflappable and always calm.”

Mo'ne Davis Sports Illustrated

Mo’ne Davis Sports Illustrated

In the last year or so I’ve been doing a lot of numerology charts on kids and incredibly, like Mo’ne, they have some of the best numbers I’ve seen in over a decade.

Mo’ne is 13 years old which reduces to a 4. Mo’ne is the 4th American girl to play in the LLWS since 2004 and the 17th (reduces to an 8) female to ever participate in the LLWS since girls were allowed to play 40 years ago. As we look deeper into the numbers, it’s no surprise that 4 and 8 are currently all around Mo’ne, activating her fate and destiny.

On 8-10-2014 The Taney Dragons beat Delaware 8-0, with 17 strikeouts. The number 17 (reduces to 8) is considered the star of the Magi, filled with love and peace, and is also the number of immortality. Delaware had been in the regionals for the past 4 years.

On 8-15-2014,  The Taney Dragons beat Tennessee 4-0 and Mo’ne struck out 8 batters. Another interesting fact, Tennessee hit their 85 (reduces to 4) pitch limit while Mo’ne threw only 44, (reduces to an 8)

The World Series consists of 8 US teams and 8 International teams. Mo’ne Davis’ name adds to a 36/9, which creates the 3-6-9 triad of emergence, integrity, self expression and it favors creativity. Her 9 expression dominates in her ability to give back, be humble and help others.

While I do not know all of Davis’ numbers and am working entirely on what is public knowledge, it is no surprise that with the visible patterns already in place, Mrs Davis has activated her destiny in giving back to other young girls in a big way. It is clear that her fate as a role model to other girls around the country to stay strong, believe in themselves and stay humble will be a fastidious message to not give up, no matter what the odds.

Tonight The Taney Dragons will play Nevada in game 24 at 7:30 ET. Will you be tuning in to watch history?

 *Feature photo ESPNgo

%d bloggers like this: