I used to live in an estate with less than 100 households for 20 years. The estate has an open car park which everyone has to walk past when they enter. Having a keen eye for observations, I could remember almost all the cars and their car plate numbers.
In that estate, there was a particular old Mercedes with lacklustre gold trimmings and body colour. Despite that, it was fairly outstanding in the sea of newer cars. It has been around ever since we moved there. My siblings and I were acquainted with that family as their children and us were schoolmates.
One day in the late 1990s, when I was still in the University, I learnt that the owner of that Mercedes passed on at the age of 58. When I left the wake, his unmistakable car was parked next to the tentage. His car plate number 5899 stood out strikingly. It dawned on me then that 58 stood for the age he passed on, while 99 could mean 'final' or 'an ending'. It gave me goosebumps - the possible link between the car plate and the owner's life.
It was not until 2005 that I learnt from a numerology workshop that the number '99', among its few representations, indeed meant 'an ending' or 'accident prone'. The number was summed up as 'cessation at 58'. Upon reflections, the car plate was an old one and the owner could have had it for many years that the vibration of the number had interwoven into the owner's personal set of numbers.
If he had the chance to be more discerning with his choice of numbers, some undesirable effects could have been reduced.
In violet love and joy,
P.S: This personal account is in no way trying to show any disrespect to the family mentioned or any person or persons who might be related to this particular set of numbers mentioned in one way or another. This is just a personal first-hand experience which is used here as a case study for all those who are ready for this information.