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What is the Mystery of the Number 7

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the 7 year itch when married lol ? hahahahaha

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Seven State Of Origin wins, in a row, for Queensland.

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Because Seven EIGHT Nine! -ba-dum-tsh-

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lol Seven is also the only number you can show using 4 fingers on one hand and 3 on the other all raised up.

LOL hahahahahahahahaha

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Numbers also had meanings, seven was several or many, the greater part of ten. Jesus said you must forgive seventy times, many or several times:)

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Wisdom has built her house

She has hewn her SEVEN pillars ( Proverbs 9:1 - 6)

She has killed a beast and spiced her wine

and she has spread her table

She has sent out her maidens to proclaim

from the highest part of the town

'Come in, you simpletons'

She says also to the to the fool

'Come, dine with me

and taste the wine that I have spiced

Cease to be silly, and you will live

you will grow in understanding'

So is the number 7 male or female?

The number of Sofia the goddess of wisdom?

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sheba may be from or related to os-op meaning many-eyes

compare that to os-iris (many-eyed) and ir-on-os (eyes-great-many)

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Personally I've always liked 3 better than 7 as far as the mumbo jumbo goes.

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what does a number really matter anyway when we can't even fathom that place where time does not exist, there are no numbers to measure or calculate anything, days and nights are in a sense nothing more than illusion and we measure them by numbers.Actually we know nothing, or very little if anything at all.

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Comparatively

one is mentioned 2454 times in the bible

Two or second is mentioned 773 times

Three or third is mentioned 542 times

Four, 339

Five, 196

Fifth, 59

Eight, 129

Seven, the number of the hour is mentioned 518 times and seems to be the most mysterious

Nine/ninth, 98

Ten, 186

Tenth, 64

Eleven, 23,

Eleventh, 17

Twelve, 133

Twelfth, 21

Search result on eleven for me this turned out interesting....

Get a good preview of the bible with the underdog number 11: http://www.biblegateway.com/keyword/?search=Eleven&searchtype=all&version1=31&language1=en&spanbegin=1&spanend=73&startnumber=26

I believe the number 12 represents completion, so eleven could be almost complete or aiming for completion...

Edited by SpiritWriter

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what does a number really matter anyway when we can't even fathom that place where time does not exist, there are no numbers to measure or calculate anything, days and nights are in a sense nothing more than illusion and we measure them by numbers.Actually we know nothing, or very little if anything at all.

Numbers are quite important, everything is created mathmatically, there are cycles and seasons and measurements.... We may not be able to fathom all of them but they make us exist and we live within them.. No harm trying to understand them..

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3 x 4 = 12

3 + 4 = 7

Edited by SpiritWriter

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sheba may be from or related to os-op meaning many-eyes

compare that to os-iris (many-eyed) and ir-on-os (eyes-great-many)

And the eye is the shape of the 'vesica piscis' when two circles are interlinked (see the 'Hourglass Nebular' for a sign in the sky of this phenomena taken by the Hubble)

The vesica shape or mandorla is associated with religious iconography hence the 'fish shape' of early Christianity which predated the cross. This probably is the link between geometry and the story of Jesus because the landscape geometry which leads us to the Churches of Revelation, selected by him, is based on two ancient interlocking circles in southern Britain discovered by David Furlong and written about in his book 'The Keys to the Temple' ( see his internet site for details ).

The number 153, the number of fish caught under the directions of Jesus in the Sea of Galilee, has close numerical links to the Vesica Piscis.

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http://www.kch42.dia.../keys_intro.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vesica_piscis

The vesica piscis is a shape that is the intersection of two circles with the same radius, intersecting in such a way that the center of each circle lies on the perimeter of the other. The name literally means the "bladder of a fish" in Latin. The shape is also called mandorla ("almond" in Italian).

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Numbers are quite important, everything is created mathmatically, there are cycles and seasons and measurements.... We may not be able to fathom all of them but they make us exist and we live within them.. No harm trying to understand them..

Quite right. You highlight the numbers 7 and 11 in your previous post that is the ratio of the vesica found by David Furlong in the ancient landscape geometry of twin circles on the Marlborough Downs ( Keys to the Temple - internet) which he showed had links to geometry of the Great Pyramid in Egypt. The height to width ratio of this pyramid is also 7 : 11 !

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Seven continents on earth....

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http://www.kch42.dia.../keys_intro.htm

http://en.wikipedia....i/Vesica_piscis

The vesica piscis is a shape that is the intersection of two circles with the same radius, intersecting in such a way that the center of each circle lies on the perimeter of the other. The name literally means the "bladder of a fish" in Latin. The shape is also called mandorla ("almond" in Italian).

You will no doubt have noted that the diagram on David Furlongs web site shows that his 'vesica' is not a true vesica piscis because the center of each circle does not lie on the perimeter of the other. By not doing so it creates the geometry of the Great Pyramid as he shows.

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it's because it's a cannibal - seven eighth nine ;)

Less flippantly, what do you mean?

If anything, "three" stands out as a more prominent number - at least in the European part of the world.

The numbers 3 and 7 combined produced the enneagram, a socalled ancient symbol based on these 2 numbers (think Gurdjieff/Ouspensky and Oscar Ischazo)

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It might be reasonable to surmise that 7 is a number of wisdom and knowledge

The Book of Revelations certainly is full of this number

The original symbol for 7 was more like the crozier or crosier

This hooked staff is the symbol of Innana the Sumerian goddess

It has been subsequently used as a 'pastoral' symbol related to sheep

But was the shepherd really the shepherdess.....

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It's a bloody number. It indicates that you have more than six but less than eight.

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Harry who ?

Potter lol

There are 7 users reading this thread right now... :)

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Potter lol

There are 7 users reading this thread right now... :)

And it is the 7th Jan !?

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