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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Numerology: The Divine Number 7

There is a lot of power in the number 7. The ancients revered this mystic number. When you deal with 7 energy, it will push you to go within, analyze and connect to deeper wisdom. It is multifaceted, dealing with illusions, deceptions, occult, mysteries, healing and cleansing. Called the divine number of God because it represents spiritual creations: the seven-branched Tree of Life, the seven chakras, the Ziggurat (ladder) to Heaven with its seven steps, seven angels, seven churches, seven seals, seven days of a week, the 52 (5+2=7) weeks of a year; the seven days in each Moon phase, seven colors in the spectrum, seven notes on the musical scale, and the seven pointed star and triangle above the square. Is this a coincidence? No, it is sacred geometry. God speaks to us in symbols, geometrical patterns and shapes, and the Universal Laws. The 7 represents those Universal or Hermetic Laws that govern the Universe. They are:
The Principle of Mentalism. All is mind.
The Principle of Correspondence. As above, so below
The Principle of Vibration. Nothing rests. Everything moves.
The Principle of Polarity. Everything is dual, pairs.
The Principle of Rhythm. Everything flows. Tides come in and out.
The Principle of Cause and Effect. Each cause has its effect.
The Principle of Gender. Gender manifests on all planes.
 When you need to figure something out, connect with the 7 energy or someone with a 7 in a prominent place on his numerology chart. He will be a deep thinker and can easily go within to analyze something you have been mulling over for a period of time.  The compound numbers 16 and 25, each add up to 7. The 16 is considered a malefic or karmic mystery. In the Tarot Deck, the number 16 card is represented by a burning tower with people falling out of it. It means that sudden calamities or unforeseen events might happen. Nevertheless, the 7 opens the door to higher knowledge and cosmic wisdom.
Matthew 18:21-22 When Jesus was asked how many times one should forgive he said “seventy times seven.”

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