Elijah Jordan Wood (born January 28, 1981)
1+ 28 = 29 = Achievement #11
Birthday Number = 28/1
Life Path = 29 + 1981 = 2010 = 2+0+8+1 = 3
Elijah Wood has been an acclaimed actor in films and on television since the age of 9. Before that, he did a lot of work in musical comedy and stage – he knew what he wanted early in life. He’s well known for his friendliness and compassion, always willing to help, either with his money or his time (get more from Wikipedia about this – make it brief and include the leiv Schreiber quote).
A Closer Look
His birthday number, which is 28/1 contains characteristics that certainly speak of this young man’s nature. People born on the 28th of the month do have the assertive and adventurous nature of “1”, but that’s the outer expression of the compound number it is derived from. Twenty-Eight an affectionate Birthday number, because it contains the cooperative and emotional 2 with the rational and commanding 8 – in fact, that may be why he’s one of the hardest working people in show business – people like working with him, and he is driven toward success. He also has the pleasant and social vibration 3 as his Life Path and Soul Urge, and combined with the 2 of 28, it makes for the giving, caring and social nature that is needed for the forceful vibration 8 to achieve its goals. Three also happens to be his Birthday Gift, which makes for creativity and sociability.
His chart gets even more interesting when we see that both his Achievement Number and his Expression (total name number) are Master Vibration 11. There is no doubt that 11 often brings frustration and psychological tension. It’s very good at organizing, inspiring and mediating, but it also carries a very strong negative characteristic – 11 can be a wolf in sheep’s clothing when it is this strong in someone’s chart.
Yet, those powerful 3’s in the Life Path and Soul Urge are able to deal with this dark side in a unique way – Elijah has been taking on increasingly dark and twisted roles, which he can play equally well as the comedic or compassionate roles he had as a youngster. As Frodo in the Lord of the Rings, the “One Ring” was gradually bringing him to the dark side – he’s already there in “Sin City”, “Maniac” and others. Even his TV Show, “Wilfred”, portrays him as a young man with a dark secret, and more problems than anyone would want.
There’s no doubt that he’s doing something right in his life, and maybe profiting from letting his “dark passenger” out to play is it.