In 1981, Michael Koroll began his career as creative director at the lnhouse Agency of August Storck KG. Here, he gave products such as merci, nimm2, Werther’s Original and Knoppers their unmistakable brand character. From 1985 to 1990 he worked as a creative chief in a hamburg agency developing concepts for international food customers such as Bahlsen, Meica, van Melle and Zott. From 1991 to 1998 Michael Koroll was the creative director of the Markenmacherei in Hamburg.
During this time he worked as an international brand consultant and responsible for budgets like: Rügenwalder, Coppenrath & Wiese, Edeka, Dickmann and OTG (MessmerTee). During this time he developed well known brands such as “Deutschländer”, “NicNacs”, “Crunchips” and “Zott Monte”. Until 2000, Michael Koroll was Managing Director of the Markenmacherei in Hamburg. During this time, he advised clients such as Bahlsen, Zott and Storck. Today, with his own agency, Koroll Brands, he develops
communication strategies for public figures and brand concepts for services and products. As a senior partner of the Branding:Competence, he also designs brand and communication concepts for international companies. Michael Koroll has been working on the research of biographical cycles and life patterns since 1998. In discovering the Code of Destiny, he benefited from his many years of work with statistical market research and modern brand technology.
The Destiny Code may reveal many well-known events in human history in a new light. Considering the calculations, perhaps the fifth wife of Henry VIII, Catherine Howard, who was beheaded in front of the Tower on July 28, 1540, was no coincidence in Henry’s only great love and the timing of John F. Kennedy’s death. The success of Mozart’s “Figaro” was clearly “predetermined” and Vincent van Gogh could have lived to his own glory, because in his destiny code the date of his success as a painter, 19 years after his death, was already fixed.
Now, if we’re just filtering out the data from Jobs Careers related to starting or selling businesses, then he founded Apple in 1976, founding Pixar and NeXT in 1986, selling NeXT Computer in 1996 and the sale of Pixar in 2006. These pivotal events in the entrepreneurial history of Steve Jobs took place every 10 years. The times when Steve Jobs founded or resold companies are each 10 years apart. This man has a clear success cycle!
In the winter of 1910, the larger studio is located in Rue Cambon No. 21. It is named: “Chanel Modes”. This is the cornerstone of a fashion empire, the first step on the career path of an extraordinary woman. In her destiny code for 1910 shows a rare code combination: “Triumph”, “Stability” and “Fame”. Such a combination can best be described as a “time-bang” because three codes, which have always been associated with success in other biographies, appear simultaneously.
Despite the variety of events in Boris Becker’s life, he has very clearly revealed his personal cycles. In an interview with Dagmar von Taube, published in “Welt-Online” on December 11, 2007 Boris confessed that he would probably live in a seven-year rhythm. “When I was 35, I moved to Switzerland and became an entrepreneur. At the age of 28, I knew my first working life was coming to an end. Not easy. I had to be clear about my “life after”: What do I want, who am I, what do I do? At 14 I wanted to be the best tennis player in the world. With seven I started school. “
John F. Kennedy
As the car column drives through Elm Street, three shots are fired. John F. Kennedy is fatally hit. That same day, the alleged shooter, Lee Harvey Oswald, is arrested. His Fate Code: “Shock” When Oswald is to be brought to interrogation two days later, he is shot dead by the nightclub owner Jack Ruby in front of the reporters’ running cameras.
Two humans, two destiny codes, individually explosive, highly explosive and deadly in this entanglement. One more question remains: What do the fate numbers of Jackie Kennedy say? At the moment, as she witnesses the assassination close to her side by side with her husband, she shares with him the code for “injury.”
His code of destiny now shows a number that stands for “endings”. This value occurs in events such as changes, farewells and separations, but also deaths. So also with Leonardo da Vinci, on 2 May 1519, when he died at the age of 67 years. Back to Vincent van Gogh. On July 27, 1890, he chases a bullet into his chest. Mortally wounded, he can still drag himself to his room in the inn. His brother Theo arrives on July 28 and is initially optimistic that Vincent will survive, but in the early morning of July 29, 1890, Vincent van Gogh dies at the age of 37.
Vincent van Gogh
The code of Destiny reveals “shock” for February 1516 when Henry VIII becomes the father of a daughter on February 18th. It was already the fifth pregnancy of his wife, none of the children had survived. Instead of the dearly desired son, his wife gives birth to a strong and healthy girl. The only one of her children who survived the first few critical weeks. It is Mary who will later be crowned Queen of England and who will be nicknamed “Bloody Mary”. Three years later, in the summer of 1519, Heinrich gets another son, Henry Fitzroy. The calculations show the value “love” twice.
One thing is certain after reading the book: I am deeply impressed by the life stories described in the book. As a psychologist, I am very close to the systemic approach and know that there are patterns of life that are inherited over generations.
Bingo! – DESTINY HAPPENS TO EVERYONE!
Everyone knows the "darn seventh year", no one can explain it. In the book Code of Destiny, this phenomenon is logically presented for the first time. My recommendation: definitely read!
DESTINY FOR DOERS!
The term destiny-timing stated by Koroll says it aptly: Fate sets the timing, we humans must actively use the (calculable) time windows for us.
I can absolutely recommend the "Code of Destiny" because especially the biographies of John F. Kennedy and Steve Jobs are described and explained impressively. Is there an insight into our future? Everybody should form their own opinion about that, the "Code of Destiny" can contribute a lot.
Respect – even before destiny
The authors touched on the difficult topic of fate factually and yet sensitively and wrote a book that I would like to recommend to anyone who wants to look a little "around the corner". Against the background of the Code of Destiny, many events known to us from the lives of great people appear in a new light.
FINALLY WHAT’S NEW!
The biographies are exciting and make you want more. This is more than most books dealing with fate deliver in this regard. My verdict: For curious people who are open to new ideas, highly recommended!
USER’S MANUAL FOR YOUR OWN FATE?
The basic statement is a very good approach and distinguishes the book pleasantly from others, such as "The Secret". It encourages the reader, taking advantage of their own fate-timing, to take responsibility and thus also the possibility of active life into their own hands.
Destiny once refreshingly different
Thanks to the simple instructions in the book, I now know that I am a ten-year-old and that my next stroke of luck will begin in 2010 at the latest. But this information was worth the purchase of the book ;-)
Once I asked an interviewee, after we had analyzed together her fate code, how she would use the information for herself. Her answer: “If I know that it continues and the next window of time for my happiness is already established, it gives me the courage. The dry spell until then, I will also go through “. For the first time, I realized perhaps the most important effect of my work. For me, that was a new dimension of the destiny code that I had underestimated until then: the hope that people can gain from knowing their own patterns of life, the confidence they desperately need to cope with their crises.