Although Tina Turner was a member of the music industry since the 1950’s, she didn’t strike it big in the mainstream until 1984 when her hit single What’s Love Got to Do with It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. This would remain her best-selling song and sold more copies than any other track she released thereafter.
Tina was born in the year ’39. Her ex-husband Ike Turner was born on the 309th day of the year. This year, on March 9th or 3/9, Turner talked about her Kidneys on Instagram.
In that post, she discussed being in Great danger. This has double gematria of 33.
Turner died 300 weeks, 3 days after the first Great American Eclipse and 3 weeks, 300 days before the second:
In 1993, a biographical film about Tina came out with the same name – What’s Love Got to Do with It. Her death fell 1560 weeks later, and a span of 33 days before the anniversary of its release:
Ike Turner died on a date with a Life Lesson number of 33:
The ultimate eclipse number is 1331. The track What’s Love Got to Do with It sums to both 103 and 310.
Tina Turner has passed away at the age of Eighty-three.
83 is a number of significance to the code of solar eclipses. In Hebrew, both Total eclipse and Solar eclipse sum to 83 – the same value achieved when using Capital letters for Moon in English.
Tina’s birth name, Anna Mae Bullock, sums to 423 in Latin, matching the Standard gematria of The Moon.
She died on a date with a Life Lesson number of 36:
The Moon is an average of 238,000 miles from Earth.
Perhaps this is why we’re told she died following a ‘Long illness‘ as quoted in the headline. 666 is a very significant number to the Moon and Eclipses.
The Moon is also connected to the numbers 51 and 90 in the base methods.
What’s Love Got to Do with It was released on May 1st, or 5/1, a date with Standard numerology of 90:
That date also had Primary numerology of 109 and left 244 days on the calendar.
The song was released in ’84.