Numerologically, two numbers in particular are keys to understanding the trajectory of Rudolph Valentino’s life, Eight and Seven.
I like to think of him as “Infinity Man” because the address of the house he was born in, Via Roma, 116, Castellaneta, Italy adds up to 8 which when turned on its side becomes the infinity symbol. And the cemetery where he is buried in Los Angeles uses that same symbol as its logo which, again, when turned upright becomes an 8. Alpha and Omega!
Rodolfo was born on 5-6-1895. (Happy Belated, RVG!) The number he is working, therefore, is 7.
“These individuals share their high vision and reveal new possibilities through their creative endeavors as they express truth and beauty. Their intense eyes and sparkling energy and their crisp, refined qualities reveal them as high-minded “angels” in human form. Having found unconditional, but not naive, trust in themselves and others, they see the inherent perfection and larger workings of a loving Spirit, even in the most difficult of circumstances. Inspired by a higher purpose, they find deep meaning in uplifting and moving others to a more refined, elevated sense of their own lives.” ~ excerpted from “The Life You Were Born to Live” by Dan Millman.
What a confirmation of how the public perceived and reacted to Rudy, his arc as an actor, public and private persona! And that was always his stated goal, that his pictures and the parts he played move audiences to a higher place, in other words, expand consciousness. Bravo, Rodolfo, for a life well-lived! ~ Wayne Hatford