How accurate is numerology? You decide. What follows is from an online numerological report I ran for the Dalai Lama. He was born Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso on July 6, 1935 (Wikdpedia).

Life Path Number  22:(The path he should take through life) “You are a builder on a grand scale and possess lofty ideals aimed at improving our world. Whether you build structures or governments or organizations, you will turn your dreams into reality. Regardless of the arena you choose, you will be deemed an expert in your field and inspire others to be their very best.”

Life Destiny Number 6: (Things he must accomplish) “Your sense of beauty and community will make you a harmonizing force for those around you. You will bring to our world two qualities it is all too often missing: love and balance.”

Soul Number 9: (His deepest desires and dreams) “Your compassion will often lead you to sacrifice your own needs to address those of others. While this sacrifice will tear at you some, your soul’s need to heal others will over-rule any concern you have for yourself.”

Personality Number 6: (The personality traits others will know him by) “Six personalities are great counselors and very faithful to their loved ones.”

Maturity Number 1: (The person he will come to be) “The life of a person with a  1 Maturity Number should be marked by assuming roles of leadership and developing a self-reliant, pioneering spirit.”

I am not a Buddhist, but I am familiar with Buddhism and respect its principles and teachings. I believe that the Dalai Lama is one of those rare people who deserve to be called a Holy Man. If you have ever heard him talk or read any of his books you know what I mean.