Face Reading Nefertiti: The Bust and its Secrets (Subscriber Content)

Some three thousand three hundred and ninety years ago, there lived a woman who was the queen of Egypt. She was the Great Royal Wife of her husband, the Pharaoh, Akhtenaten. Her name was Nefertiti, meaning “The Beautiful Woman has Come.” One her daughters married the famous pharaoh, Tutankhamun, her step son.

Little is really known about who she was as a person, a lot is open to speculation and debate, however, what we do know is that this iconic bust of this queen, is one of the most famous portraits from the ancient world.

We’re going to read the face of this bust today. And perhaps know a little more of this enigmatic queen through the magic of Five Element face reading. But there are a few caveats we need to get through first….

Disclaimer, Disclaimer, Disclaimer,


Background, Background, Background

This bust was discovered by German archaeologists in 1912 in the workshop of the sculptor Thutmose in Amarna – a contemporary artist to Nefertiti. There is no inscription to indicate that this is Nefertiti, but it has been identified due to the crown which she had been seen wearing in other depictions identified as Neferiti. This bust was also found in the company of other unfinished Nefertiti statues, so we must assume there was a common likeness.

From an art perspective, this bust is very interesting. Because I don’t think this what the queen looked like

Based on my research Egyptian art was not meant to be accurate or photo realistic but intended to portray qualities of the inner soul, or standardised qualities that kings, rulers and gods are meant to have.

For example, you may be shocked to know that this figure on the right is an Egyptian depiction of Alexander the Great:


Who apparently looked like this, by a sculptor who was reported to be very faithful to Alexander’s appearance:


You can clearly see the difference on art styles. Despite the Egyptian Alexander being from a much later period, one thousand years later, the similarities in the Egyptian art style are very close. Realism is not the aim.

So, what am I going to do about this for a Chinese face reading?

In order for this reading to work, I’m going to give it as if the bust is how Nefertiti wanted to appear, how her artists or how the people expected her to act or wanted in a Pharaoh.

Anyway, now that disclaimer is out of the way, lets move onward.

The Secrets of The Bust

Just as when we find facial features sexually attractive on another, it subconsciously expresses a desire for the features we’d like our children to have, the same could be said when we create art of human faces. But the subconscious desire, this time, revolves around a desire for certain characteristics and qualities.

The more I’ve continued in my life as a Chinese face reader, the more I’ve found the five elements embedded into the subconscious. A desire to grow your hair long, in CFR, indicates you’d like to be more in touch with your intuition and creativity. Attraction to those with long hair, means you are attracted to intuition and creativity.

Since we are operating from the belief that ancient Egyptian art is not realistic, what I see in the Nefertiti statue is the ancient Egyptian subconscious desire to have a ruler who has strong beliefs, high standards, an independent and wilful nature, while still being considerate and generous towards others when they solve problems. And a small friendship group.

Let’s start how I normally would, with the feature of the face that calls to me the most.

Nefertiti has high and prominent cheekbones and upper cheeks, that create this slightly hollow/shadowed appearance. The cheekbones also have this fused appearance with the ears. Prominent upper cheeks show a natural ability to be authoritative, like a king, to communicate what is needed and clearly tell others what to do. This combined with the “fused” cheekbones (cheekbones that look as if they are connected to the ear) means that there is a desire for this monarch to do this ruthlessly – or at least the ability to be ruthless on occasion, as there is some softness in the face that counteracts this.

Jaws in CFR are called the roots of the tree. Strong roots equals strong beliefs, so strong that it will be difficult to push that person over. Most people often feel subconsciously protected by those who have strong jaws, because their ethics are strong and immovable.

So if we consider this in combination with the high cheekbones and prominent upper cheeks, we have someone we cannot mess around with. They say “jump!” and we say “where?”

And then we have more wilfulness in the ears. Ears that stick out away from the head indicate someone who will go against the grain, be independent and unconventional. The ancient Egyptians wanted a ruler who would think for themselves.

This sentiment is echoed again in the width of the mouth. In CFR, the width of the mouth indicates how much energy someone has for their friendship group. We can tell if the mouth is broad or narrow by lining up the end of the mouth with the pupils. If the mouth falls inside this line it is narrow, if it falls on the line it is average, and if it falls outside the line it is broad. People with broad mouths have the energy for numerous friendships, triple than those with narrow mouths.

The bust has a narrow mouth, indicating someone who had a small friendship group, but the lips are full, the top and bottom lip even in shape. When this happens, this indicates a person who naturally understands the language of relationships. Full lips are an indicator of a generous nature. This communicates a desire for the queen to keep a small and close circle of advisors and friends, but still be open, warm and generous to her people.

We come to the last warm and soft feature on Nefertiti’s face – her rounded eyebrows.

In Chinese Face reading, the shape of the eyebrows correlate to how we make our decisions. People who have rounded eyebrows like to defer and get the opinions of others, or at least consider how this decision will impact others. Typically these eyebrows display a people pleasing quality, but here on the bust, the strong jaw and basically everything else on the face negates that.

The strength of eyebrows indicate confidence, strong eyebrows, good confidence.

So I see a desire to have a Pharaoh who would be open to counsel while keeping her own, and who wouldn’t be selfish or shortsighted when making a decision that would impact her subjects.

In summary, we have someone who is very difficult to influence – in other words, someone who would look out for the interests of Egypt, would be able to be ruthless with those who wronged her but still able to be on good terms, and be naturally talented at cultivating a good relationship with their people. Cold but also warm.

It should also be noted that these strong characteristics are not what are historically desired from women. I’m not going to jump in and suggest that the 18th dynasty of Ancient Egypt was some feminist paradise, but there is a theory floating around in archaeology that several years before her husband’s death, Nefertiti was elevated from wife to co-regent. Many archaeological sites have depicted in art Nefertiti smiting Egypt’s enemies, and worshiping the sun disk Aten – depictions that were only reserved for ruling Pharaohs, not their wives.

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Nefertiti worshiping the Aten

Regardless of whether this reading is accurate to Nefertiti’s character or the subconscious desires of what the ancient Egyptians wanted in a ruler, we still got some pretty cool and fun face reading practice out it. Applying Chinese face reading to history is one of my favourite things.

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J. Robert Oppenheimer: “I become Death, destroyer of worlds” (Subscriber Content)

On the 16th of July 1945, near a small town in New Mexico, the world’s first nuclear explosion was about to be detonated. The countdown began. Ten. Oppenheimer was anxious resting on a post in, 9, the main room to steady himself. He hardly, 8, breathed. A lot had been riding on this project, 7, it had been three years of, 6, hard work and with World, 5, War II ongoing and the onslaught, 4, of the forces of fascism, 3, nothing could be wasted. 2. Oppenheimer stared straight ahead. 1.


There was the whitest flash of light like lightning and the growling roar of the explosion. Oppenheimer breathed deeply, his body relaxing. At the sight of his success, his mind turned to two verses from a sacred Hindu text. The first was:

“If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the mighty one …”

Bhagavad Gita (XI, 12)

And the second was:

“I am become Death, the Destroyer of worlds.”

Bhagavad gita (xi, 32)

As stated by an eye witness, Physicist Isidor Rabi, Oppenheimer had a pleasure in his victory that was uneasy to watch: “I’ll never forget his walk…the way he stepped out of the car…his walk was like High Noon… this kind of strut.” A few weeks later at an assembly that took place on the evening of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Oppenheimer took to the stage and clasped his hands together “like a Prize winning boxer.”

Three days later after that assembly, and the Hiroshima bombing, the second atomic bomb was detonated in Nagasaki. The total killed is somewhere between 129,000 and 226,000.

Nine days after the Nagasaki bombing on the 17th of August, Oppenheimer traveled to Washington to hand deliver to the Secretary of War, a letter expressing his revulsion of the bombings and a wish to see nuclear weapons banned. Ray Monk, in his biography of Robert Oppenheimer, writes that he [Oppenheimer] and many of his staff were very upset about the bombing of Nagasaki, as they thought a second bomb unnecessary and unlikely to happen.

In October 1945, three months after the first nuclear explosion in New Mexico and two after the tragedies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Oppenheimer was granted an interview with President Truman. The meeting was a disaster. After Oppenheimer remarked he had “blood on my hands,” the President was furious and ended the meeting saying he didn’t want to “see that son of a bitch in my office again.”

I was commissioned to write this article to investigate, from my client’s view, as to why would someone rejoice when they looked upon ultimate destruction and think they were “death, destroyer of worlds.” Despite my semi-narrative story above, the truth is more complex.

I hope to analyse from a 5E perspective, Oppenheimer’s reactions and his legacy. To do this, I will focus more on his birth date patterns rather than his face, as it is more useful and insightful to this analysis. The next parts will focus on an overview of Oppenheimer’s birth date patterns and character, the context for those Bhagavad Gita quotes, and the final will link that character to his actions in the story above.

Again, the analysis I provide is only a highly educated interpretation. I might hit the nail on the head or strike the hammer far away from it.

My work uses astrology based on Chinese Medicine. This system is called Nine Star Ki. We all have three patterns in our Nine Star Ki birth dates.

The first pattern is our main personality. Our second pattern is our emotional self, stressed self, or who we were as children. The third pattern is our destiny which has two sides: the first is our ongoing challenge or theme running through out our lives which we need to surpass and learn from time and time again to reach the second side – our destiny, our true calling in the world.

These are Oppenheimer’s patterns:

Main Personality. Stressed or Child Self. Life purpose.

6. 3. 8

Archetypes Associated: Father, King. Blind Warrior. Exhausted Mother.
Patterns in Nature: Sky. Thunder/Oak. Mountain.

(Please note that this system uses numbers as symbols without numerical value. It’s a shorthand.)

Regardless of how the patterns of the face influence this birth date, all these yang patterns together speak of someone who is firm in their beliefs. They are not hesitant. They are hardworking and idealistic, a drive to do the “right thing.” They also have a tendency to be very and easily judgemental.

The first pattern, the 6, because it’s association with heavens or the sky, can be pulled towards religion and can be very spiritual. Or they can be skeptical atheists who like to study and understand the religious mindset.

When the 3 is placed in the stressed position, we are dealing with a debilitated expression – I’ve taken to calling this “the blind warrior” in this position. Any one who has the pattern of the warrior needs good vision. They need this vision to see clearly in the short term, to construct plans of action and then carry them out. These short term victories make them feel powerful and strong.

When we have stressed warriors we have blind warriors. This good vision of the short term or even long term affects is lost entirely. They may be able to carry out these short term tasks with no idea or impact into the long term, or may end up sacrificing the long term completely to just get the job done. People who have the blind warrior position have a greater likelihood to suffer from despair, depression, self destructive or obsessive behaviours, and thoughts of blaming and shaming themselves when emotional.

Chinese Medicine speaks of this as anger, their natural drive and energy, going inward.

So this pattern is also associated with violence, which always happens when this despair, this drive or the desire to move forward at any cost, is misapplied to hurting others or hurting themselves. And so forgiveness is placed under this pattern as well, so the warrior can understand, heal, and move on.

The last pattern, the destiny or legacy pattern, is the mountain here or mother. I believe with, Oppenheimer, that his challenge was the challenge of responsibility leading into him being a source of great strength and great support. That’s the best case scenario. When the navigation of these challenges has not happened effectively, to its optimum, a legacy is left that acts like a warning.

Religious Context

These words that are to appear in this section are not my own and are taken from an article written by James Temperton, dated Wednesday 9th August 2017, published online on Wired.co.uk.

Temperton writes and investigates the context behind Oppenheimer’s quotes:

“Oppenheimer, watching the fireball of the Trinity nuclear test, turned to Hinduism. While he never became a Hindu in the devotional sense, Oppenheimer found it a useful philosophy to structure his life around. “He was obviously very attracted to this philosophy,” says Rev Dr Stephen Thompson, who holds a PhD in Sanskrit grammar and is currently reading a DPhil at Oxford University on other aspects of the language and Hindu faith. Oppenheimer’s interest in Hinduism was about more than a soundbite, it was a way of making sense of his actions.

“The Bhagavad-Gita is 700-verse Hindu scripture, written in Sanskrit, that centres on a dialogue between a great warrior prince called Arjuna and his charioteer Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Vishnu. Facing an opposing army containing his friends and relatives, Arjuna is torn. But Krishna teaches him about a higher philosophy that will enable him to carry out his duties as a warrior irrespective of his personal concerns. This is known as the dharma, or holy duty. It is one of the four key lessons of the Bhagavad-Gita: desire or lust; wealth; the desire for righteousness or dharma; and the final state of total liberation, or moksha.

“Seeking his counsel, Arjuna asks Krishna to reveal his universal form. Krishna obliges, and in verse twelve of the Gita he manifests as a sublime, terrifying being of many mouths and eyes. It is this moment that entered Oppenheimer’s mind in July 1945. “If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendour of the mighty one,” was Oppenheimer’s translation of that moment in the desert of New Mexico.

“In Hinduism, which has a non-linear concept of time, the great god is not only involved in the creation, but also the dissolution. In verse thirty-two, Krishna speaks the line brought to global attention by Oppenheimer. “The quotation ‘Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds’, is literally the world-destroying time,” explains Thompson, adding that Oppenheimer’s Sanskrit teacher chose to translate “world-destroying time” as “death”, a common interpretation. Its meaning is simple: irrespective of what Arjuna does, everything is in the hands of the divine.

“Arjuna is a soldier, he has a duty to fight. Krishna not Arjuna will determine who lives and who dies and Arjuna should neither mourn nor rejoice over what fate has in store, but should be sublimely unattached to such results,” says Thompson. “And ultimately the most important thing is he should be devoted to Krishna. His faith will save Arjuna’s soul.”

Behind his Course of Actions

If we return now to Oppenheimer’s actions and reactions on the 16th of July 1945, we can see he’s reacting and living from his middle pattern (as an aside: it’s entirely possible for someone to live and behave as their stressed selves for their entire lives).

He’s happy, he’s jubilant, he’s strutting. This because he’s blind. At this point in time, Oppenheimer has been working for three years straight, not knowing if this would work or not, that all he’s concerned with is getting the job done and it working, successfully detonating, not killing people. He’s relieved because the intense stress of the past three years is over. Also, at this point in time, he believes (and his colleagues) that this bomb will not be deployed or used.

It’s the blind warrior, happy that he’s completed the task with no long view considered.

The direction associated with warriors in the five elements (the system which is the basis for Chinese face reading), is up. And so to go up, you have to go straight. Straight cuts out a lot of nuance. Straight can also mean blunt. Unfortunately, when someone has this pattern, it can mean that sometimes they have difficulty understanding context or details because that’s “just fluff.”

I believe and interpret that when Oppenheimer used those quotes from the Bhagavad Gita, he wasn’t thinking them as the article suggested above, in some holy “what ever will be will be,” but a in way that ignored the nuance of the religious context. In a quote that I cite later, his interpretation of Vishnu saying “I am death, destroyer of worlds” was that “Vishnu was trying to persuade…and impress [Arjuna],” not that Vishnu was trying to communicate with the prince that “it’s my responsibility to destroy and decide who lives or who dies. Not you. Carry out your duty regardless because I will decide.” Oppenheimer’s interpretation lacks nuance.

Oppenheimer thought of that quote to literally to portray how happy he was with destruction – because it meant his scientific calculations were correct. His hard work paid off.

And, sometimes with Warrior patterns (in any position), it can mean that someone is pulled towards violence or repelled by it. I believed Oppenheimer liked the explosion in the same way modern audiences turn up to watch action films with explosions. As an audience, we’re not thinking that people will be harmed, we’re just thinking about how big the bang and how bright it was. That’s why explosions are popular.

Oppenheimer here, is just reacting from his stressed emotional self. He has no sight on the long view or what the bomb was commissioned for. He is the blind warrior.

I know reading the above will may feel horrifying to you. That’s completely understandable. But compassion is needed if we are to understand and inquire, and then heal. Judgement doesn’t heal and repair. Empathy heals, both the other and ourselves. Chinese face reading and Nine Star Ki can facilitate this healing, reading Oppenheimer from this perspective allows us to empathise and sympathise with him.

Then after this reported happiness at his success, and after the horrific bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima, we see Oppenheimer do a 180 degree turn in his behaviour. He understood the devastation and acted responsibly and quickly, ten days later hand delivering a letter to the Secretary of War. No one hand delivers a letter if they don’t care.

In an interview many years later, 1965, he described the atmosphere in the control room after the bomb had been detonated:

We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried. Most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad Gita; Vishnu is trying to persuade the Prince that he should do his duty and, to impress him, takes on his multi-armed form and says, ‘Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.’ I suppose we all thought that, one way or another.

J. Robert Oppenheimer on the Trinity test (1965)”. Atomic Archive. Retrieved May 23, 2008

This response is at odds with his behaviour on that day from eye witnesses. We know that Oppenheimer was struggling with guilt from what he said to President Truman – “[I have] blood on my hands.” The first pattern in his birth date is that of the king. Kings in 5E are highly concerned with image and how they appear and appearances. I don’t believe that Oppenheimer giving a different versions of events is way of controlling or manipulating the public, but a way for his mind to cope.

If we look at the last sentence of that quote – “I suppose we all thought that one way or another” – I have found, based on personal experience, that individuals who want to hide will conflate and move their actions to a broader community. Sometimes when I read people’s faces, early in my career, and gave a basic description of what that feature on their face meant, some who were resistant to face reading would react with: “Isn’t that everyone though?” They said this because they were not comfortable being seen and wanted to hide.

It’s my belief that Oppenheimer wanted to hide from the shame and guilt he feels from even thinking that quote and move that sentiment to the broader collective, so it feels better. Those who have the warrior as their middle pattern, may turn to shame and feeling ashamed under stress. This is a coping mechanism developed so he can live. This is not blaming or redeeming Oppenheimer here. This is how the human mind works, finding odd ways to displace our actions so we can survive painful emotions and experiences. The oldest part of our brains, the amygdala, only cares about living and surviving. This is a coping mechanism developed by the amydala.


In the birth date section of this article I wrote: “When the navigation of these challenges has not happened effectively, to its optimum, a legacy is left that acts like a warning.” I also wrote previously that it’s possible to live your entire life from your middle pattern due to stress or trauma.

When someone behaves and lives from that middle pattern for so long, and has stumbled in navigating their life theme/challenges, their destiny alters and becomes a legacy that behaves like a warning. For Oppenheimer I believe it can be interpreted as warnings for the responsibility and consequences of extreme violence, and the guilt of not seeing.

I hope you enjoyed this article! Despite the difficult subject matter I found Mr Oppenheimer to be a thoroughly interesting study.

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Dalai Lama Revisited (Subscriber Content)

Hello and welcome to my very late and promised post on the Dalai Lama. I’m very sorry that it’s taken me this long. I launched this service at a time when I wasn’t ready to give it, due to life/what was going on with me in the summer and the autumn, put pushed it anyway because I wanted to make something happen and introduce something new. I plan to make December “Christmas all at once,” catch up and push out the articles that I neglected.

Last time when I wrote about the Dalai Lama, I gave him the wrong birth date patterns by accident. This time I have the correct ones.

We all have three patterns in our Nine Star Ki birth dates.

The first pattern is our main personality. Our second pattern is our emotional self, stressed self, or who we were as children. The third pattern is our destiny which has two sides: the first is our ongoing challenge or theme running through out our lives which we need to surpass and learn from time and time again to reach the second side – our destiny, our true calling in the world.

The Dalai Lama’s first pattern is earth, mother. His stressed self is the princess. His destiny is that of fire.

In the last post I mentioned that the DL has a small mouth for his Asian heritage:

Mouths represent the relationship we had with our mothers. A small mouth represents a relationship between mother and child that did not satisfy and nurture the child. This doesn’t mean that mother was a bad person, maybe she was too preoccupied caring for her ill parents, maybe it clash of different natures, maybe the child was the parent in the dynamic…

What this means is that this person has a huge deficit when it comes to the personal relationships in their life – they’re just not able to have the energy to have multiple close relationships, because they are still reeling from that ill nourishing childhood experience.

They won’t be able to understand the language of relationships easily. It will be a foreign experience for them. It can also reflect an experience of feeling less safe overall and difficulty with finding relationships and a location that feel like “home.”

This analysis changes slightly when we consider his (correct) birth date patterns, as there is a contradiction.

His first pattern of mother and earth says that the language of relationships are his natural territory. He’s naturally sweet, generous and compassionate. But his lips say the opposite.

This is very natural to find and in fact adds a level of nuance. This contradiction means that there is a natural compulsion to help and be generous, while the lips say he doesn’t know the language of relationships well enough to know how to give that help appropriately socially.

I’m assuming this is a thing of the past with the DL. Someone with this mouth needs to learn how to mother themselves healthy selfishness, over years and years, so they become the mother that they couldn’t have. The scales in relationships should be tipped more towards themselves, with 20% to others. When that happens, what we will find is this slow maturation, like the blooming of grapes on a vine, of “mother’s intuition.” A knowing who to feed and how to give it because you’ve fed yourself.

Going through the Dalai Lama’s posts on Facebook, his main message seems to be one of compassion. The archetype of mother in Chinese medicine is one who is compassionate, always ready and there to feed children, her spouse, friends, and to even worry about people she has briefly met.

His destiny pattern speaks of one of his main challenges being able to feel others emotions and thoughts as his own, and then act on them. The challenge becomes one of discernment, but once this is overcome again and again what we can find is that, this person can hold their emotions and the others, feel it as their own without being engulfed, and offer great compassion through empathy. The archetype here is that of the open heart.

This destiny pattern is also associated with fire – and there’s more fire in the Dalai Lama’s face. This is what I wrote about these features last time:

The inner corner of his eyes are pointed, this means a sharp communicator and maybe with a quick sense of humor and warmth. This sharp pattern is repeated again with the upward peak slant of his eyebrows, meaning the same again and someone who swiftly makes decisions. And then the corners of his mouth are pointed. In CFR terms this means where the lips end, but the line of the mouth continues. This signifies again quickness, mischievousness and fun and adds warmth and light to his personality…He has a sense of humour and can tell his teachings warmly.

Mother types are great at feeding others, especially with information and food. This playful and curious nature, this natural openness means the Buddhist teachings go down with greater smoothness than if he was someone who was more serious. Sometimes we can see someone who has the last destiny pattern of fire, usually found in entertainers because of that sense of humour, as someone who is destined to bring to light (or the spotlight) to an issue or a set of teachings to the public.

There’s yet another contradiction between his face and birth date – the fire destiny speaks of a problem with openness (too much openness) while his eyes speak of someone who is emotionally guarded. Again, this brings nuance. The talents required to navigate the pitfalls of extreme emotionally empathy are already in place – these eyes give him the discernment required to tell what is his and what is not his.

He is an emotionally expressive and warm person but he’s able to choose the moments to show it.

There’s an another asset on his face as well – his undefined jaw as seen in this picture:

In Chinese face reading we call the jaw the roots of the face. Someone with a strong jaw has strong roots. This means they have a strong belief and value system but it’s so strong that can’t be argued with or changed without great difficultly. Having a weaker, less defined jaw, can give someone a reasonable amount of flexibility, they’re able to see one side of the issue and also the other.

I think the Dalai Lama is able to empathise and feel with different people from all walks of life and still be able to return home to earth. Solitary quiet time will be so important to help declutter from the emotions he’s felt through out the day and give him an opportunity to truly be himself again.

Now for my last point.

In the previous article I mentioned that the lines on the Dalai Lama’s forehead meant that there had been more than a few lessons in his twenties that he hadn’t fully learnt yet.

What I’m about to say is conjecture and an educated guess at best as to why these lessons haven’t been integrated. I also don’t know what happened in his 20’s.

When the Dalai Lama is under stress and emotional he tends to veer towards denial. This strategy is about ignoring the problem so the problem goes away. The Dalai Lama might have encountered some painful experiences in his twenties that are too painful to even recognise, so the best option to survive is to deny. And this could be what is reflected on his face.

We all have our weak and blind spots as humans, even religious and spiritual leaders. It’s all part of being human.

That’s it for today, I hope you enjoyed. I’m going to start writing about J. Robert Oppenheimer tomorrow, the creator of the atomic bomb.

Much love and thank you so much for your patience,