Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide: Probable Homicide?
I chanced upon this Yahoo article’s headline recently, which stated, “Pathologist says Epstein’s injuries point to murder, not suicide.”
“Hmm, that wasn’t a surprise,” I told myself as I’d profile his chart and posted an article “Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide: Multiple-Effect vibes” about the possibility that there is more to his death than simply a suicide incident.
In the Yahoo article, it was stated that “Epstein’s injuries were “more indicative of homicidal strangulation.””
In any event, whether it is really a homicide than suicide, is up to the medical experts to debate, and the authorities to investigate whether there are any hush-hush cover-ups to protect the wealthy associates from being identified.
At times, it is easy to identify certain signs leading to a suicidal case than another. In Jeffrey’s chart, the signs are not obvious in his Birth Chart, but present in his Personal Year PY Chart. From the Elements of Numbers (EON) perspectives, the tendency signs are suggesting it is unlikely that Jeffrey is a highly emotional and suicidal kind of individual.
How, then, can we tell if a person has high suicidal tendencies than another?
Separately, one user searched for “Carrie Lam” recently on this site. According to this Wikipedia page, Carrie Lam is “the current Hong Kong politician serving as the 4th and current Chief Executive of Hong Kong since 2017.” In fact, there are tendency signs that suggest Carrie Lam is more emotional and suicidal-prone than Jeffrey Epstein. I’ll post a case-study article on Carrie Lam later, to share my observations.
When profiling a person’s chart, we should not only use our judgement based on the person’s birth chart only – that’s all we can know about their likely personality at birth. It’s just like looking at the floor-plan design of your apartment before you shifted in. There’s nothing much to find out, but simply knowing the characteristics of the house design, structures, and layout. Rather, we need to take a look at your house’s arrangement today – the fittings, the messy areas, the tidiness or untidiness, the kitchen and bedrooms, and so on – to find out your present state of living. Similarly, we need to look at the periodic charts, like Personal Year, Personal Month, and to some extent, the Personal Day Charts, to find out the potential clues on a person’s life path, to help you narrow down your analytical judgement.
No profiling system is complete, and no single method can reveal a concluded story for you. Oftentimes, I told my FEN students that I’m not a profiling expert who can anticipate everything. I’m merely a normal person who happened to know more about certain profiling techniques earlier than them. I practiced, practiced and practiced. I’m somebody who’d inculcated the habit of looking at patterns after years of practising, building fact-finding knowledge, and gaining the exposures and experiences. And I recognise there are no shortcuts to make you an instant profiling expert. It requires time and effort to become one.
For a start, create the habit to apply the 5W1H (What, Why, Who, Where, When, and How) approach into your profiling analysis. Through regular practices, you’ll sense the difference once you finally understood the fundamentals in any profiling system or method.
And when you recognise the potential pitfalls and ladders, the Do’s and the Don’ts, and the amplification and dilution processes to achieve a favourable or unpleasant outcome; you’ll be your best profiling advisor, sooner than you think.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun