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Lena Horne: After Thoughts


As discussed in the previous article on Lena Horne ,  the month of May was very important in her life and career. The month of May is the fifth month of the year, so we see the five also appearing as well.

Lena Horne was the second prominent member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority to pass away in less than two months. The great Dorothy Height made her transition on April 20, 2010, followed by Lena Horne who passed away on May 9, 2010.

The Delta Sigma Theta sorority traditionally proclaims “May Week” for community service:

“May Week was created at the second national convention in 1920 at Wilberforce University. Local chapters began to observe it beginning in 1921. The purpose of May Week is to emphasize the importance of higher education in the community, especially for Black women. The slogan “Invest in Education” was adopted. A week in May is set aside for programs highlighting academic and professional achievement.”

Horne’s home going ceremony took place on May 14, 2010, this is five days after her announced passing on May 14, 2010.   The date May 14, 2010 provides us with another showing of five with “14” , which reduces to  1+4=5.

A numerological  analysis  of the Horne’s full name reveal a consistent display of numbers which appear in her life.

She was born Lena Mary Calhoun Horne in Brooklyn, New York.  Her first name “Lena” according to both the Chaldean and Pythagorean numerology methods is: 

L=3  

E=5

N=5

A=1

Her first name adds to: 3+5+5+1=14, which gives us the date of the funeral as well as the number 5.

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