When a country loses its ‘birth certificate’

In this article, it was reported that Fiji has recently admitted losing the legal document confirming its independence from the United Kingdom.

When a person lost their birth certificate, they have to make a report to the authorities. This usually resulted in legal and administrative processes, and the possibility of paying a fee for a replacement certificate.

What about Fiji’s case?

The possibility of 5-7-3 or 7-5-3 number combinations in the PY2010 chart comes to mind.

Out of curiosity, I then plotted the birth chart for Fiji’s independence – 10 October 1970, and the Personal Year chart for 2010.

Sure enough, the 7, 5, and 3 numbers are present and are in close proximity.

You can plot any country’s birth chart and find out its current state of “health” and other causes based on the specific Personal Year chart. Check my article “Using EON to check on a Country or Company” for more information.

For Fiji, the “contractual” incident on their missing “birth certificate” reinforced the 5-7-3 or 7-5-3 effects.  Or could it be just a coincidence?

Thankfully for Fiji, they can easily get copies of their “birth certificate” at the UK’s National Archives.

Regards, Ron WZ Sun


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