As observed in Part II, a vast majority of the world’s best known winners of the Nobel Peace Prize have been born with exceptionally heavy concentrations of planets placed within the Cardinal signs of either Aries, Cancer, Libra, or Capricorn.
The co-recipients of 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize are no exception to this astrological rule.
Like the vast majority of those revered individuals who have won before them, the winners of 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize bear the same cosmic markings of the globally influencing “Peace Maker” – Malala Yousafzai being born with the Sun in Cancer and the Moon in the Justice loving sign of Libra, and with Kailash Satyarthi entering this plane of existence when the Sun was in Capricorn and the Moon in the Freedom fighting sign of Aries.
But that’s not Nobel all, folks!
Even more cosmically confounding, not only does Malala possess the same uncommon attributes as her fellow Peace Prize Winners, her astrological foundation exceeds them.
Malala Yousafzai was born a “Triple” Cardinal personality.
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The Dalai Lama, Woodrow Wilson, Lech Walesa, Al Gore Jr., John Hume, David Trimble, Kofi Annan, Elie Wiesel, Albert Schweitzer, Jimmy Carter, Kailash Satyarthi, and Malala Yousafzai.
Alongside the fact the personalities of distinction listed above each have been individually bestowed the honor of winning the Nobel Peace Prize, as a whole they’re also threaded together with a rare astrological trait.
Astrologically, the aforementioned Nobel Laureates were all born with a double emphasis in the Cardinal signs.
The previous list of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates is exceptional for their extra emphasis of Cardinal signs but fascinatingly it must be noted that the vast majority of History’s most well-known Peace Prize Winners were born when the Sun was placed in a Cardinal sign, such as Nelson Mandela (Cancer), Liu Xiaobo (Capricorn), Jose Ramos-Horta (Capricorn) along with the Reverends Martin Luther King, Jr. (Capricorn) and Desmond Tutu (Libra).
Read more "Malala Yousafzai: Modern Day Saint & Purveyor of Peace, Part II"
The bestowing of one of the greatest international honors conferred upon Malala Yousafzai is truly a unique occurrence. At the age of 17, not only is she the youngest recipient to win any of the Nobel Prizes, Ms. Yousafzai is also the first citizen from her native country of Pakistan to be so highly awarded.
Read more "Malala Yousafzai: Modern Day Saint & Purveyor of Peace, Part I"