# Wesley Snipes loses appeal in tax case

Actor Wesley Snipes lose his appeal of a three-year prison sentence for failing to file income tax returns for 1999 through 2001, according to a Reuters article.

Let us look at this case study using the Elements of Numbers (EON) method.

By now, many of you would have seen some telltale signs on Snipes’s Personal Year 2010 (PY2010) chart.

As mentioned in previous articles, when the three numbers (3, 5 and 7) are in close proximity in the Personal Year chart, it could imply possible court case in that year. The resultant 8-7-6 could imply the taxman were feeling stressed because of the “tax” money.

In the same article, a federal appeals court upheld the 47-year-old actor’s 2008 conviction in an Ocala, Florida, court for three misdemeanors (violations) stemming from felony tax charges.

In the Elements of Numbers (EON) methods, there is no fixed rule on where or how you should look at a chart. As in many analytical observations, the intuitive mind do plays a part.

As the incident had already happened, it is easier for us to do a ‘reverse-engineering’ analysis. We can always try to relate the numbers present in the Personal Year chart against the events that happened.  From there, we can then build up our own knowledge and adapt it to our future analysis.

Take the case of Snipes. In his PY2008 chart, the 4-5-9 number combination is present. The ‘dare to risk’ influence is there.  Check my article “Taking Risk on 4-5 and 5-4” for additional information on the effects of 4-5 and 5-4.

What could have influenced him to take the risk?

It’s the 2-1-3 [Talk-Alone-Fast]. It’s related to money (2+1+3=6). It could also imply “hidden money”. As a result, he dared to take the risk (4-5-9), possibly because of others.

Incidentally, he had experienced the “Double Effect” the previous year 2007. It could imply he may have done something in 2007 (or earlier) causing some problems in 2008. Perhaps he could need the money to settle the problems. He could have been distracted and “forgot” to file his tax returns.

Let’s all hope he can settle his problem amicably with the taxman, and focus on his career.

Regards, Ron

Incidentally, he had experienced the “Double Effect” the previous year 2007. It could imply he may have done something in 2007 (or earlier) causing some problems in the following year (2008). Perhaps he could need the money to settle the problems in 2008. He could have been distracted by the problems, and forgot to file his income tax for the period mentioned.

Let’s all hope he can settle his problem amicably with the taxman, and focus on his career.

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