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Numbers and their Meanings

Numbers and their Meanings
Powerful Sacred Jewelry and Talismans Masterfully Crafted by the Known Artist - David Weitzman Numerology | Kabbalah | Amulets Numbers and Their Meanings Fibonacci Number: In mathematics, the Fibonacci numbers form a sequence defined by the following recurrence relation. Zero Zero is a powerful number which brings great transformational change, sometimes occurring in a profound manner. Zero represents the Cosmic Egg, the primordial Androgyne - the Plenum. Before the One (meaning the Source--not the number) there is only Void, or non-being; thought; the ultimate mystery, the incomprehensible Absolute. Cultural References Taoism: It symbolizes the Void; non-being. Buddhism: It is the Void and no-thingness. Kabbalism: Boundless; Limitless Light; the Ain. Pathagoras saw zero as the perfect. Islamic: Zero is the Divine Essence. Zero Number Fibonacci Numbers History of Zero Middle East By the mid 2nd millennium BC, the Babylonians had a sophisticated sexagesimal positional numeral system. Greece Rome India Related:  SimboliMiscellaneous stuff 3Misc.New Age

Ancient Symbols, meanings of symbols from Ancient Egyptian, Celtic, Greek, etc. Walter Russell Walter Russell (May 19, 1871 – May 19, 1963) was a controversial figure in physics and cosmogony. He posited that the universe was founded on the unifying principle of rhythmic balanced interchange. Although a number of his books have been published, few of his claims have been verified by mainstream academics. Sourced[edit] The Man who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe[edit] Written by Glenn Clark "I have found out that the real essentials of greatness in men are not written in books, nor can they be found in the schools, They are written into the inner consciousness of everyone who intensely searches for perfection in creative achievement and are understandable to such men only."" THINK - IBM Lecture Series[edit] Do not attempt to accomplish greater results by a greater effort of your little understanding, but by a greater understanding of your little effort. External links[edit]

The Language of Nature – The Trees Will Teach You Telepathy By Serena Woods Guest Writer for Wake Up World Have you ever wondered what “telepathy” really means? Have you ever experienced it? Have you ever wanted to experience it? Telepathy is commonly known as ”mind to mind” communication, without the sounds of linguistics or speaking, it is an instant form of transference of thoughts and senses. Some of us know that thought-forms can be transferred from person to person, and even some technologies have been developed which can do this. But what I am talking about is Empathic Telepathy which is natural and organic to living beings, a way of being that is fulfilling, and we can Be this way with all Living Beings. Nature has a language that communicates itself through its sounds, scents and colors, textures and more. Empathic Telepathy is more than transference of thought, this is a left brained (sans-sentience) explanation. You may have noticed I am using the term communicator and not just ”person” as it is certainly not limited to people.

Meaning of Numbers - Number Symbolism The symbol of the Swastika and its 12,000-year-old history The swastika is a symbol used by of one of the most hated men on Earth, a symbol that represents the slaughter of millions of people and one of the most destructive wars on Earth. But Adolf Hitler was not the first to use this symbol. In fact, it was used as a powerful symbol thousands of years before him, across many cultures and continents. For the Hindus and Buddhists in India and other Asian countries, the swastika was an important symbol for many thousands of years and, to this day, the symbol can still be seen in abundance - on temples, buses, taxis, and on the cover of books. It was also used in Ancient Greece and can be found in the remains of the ancient city of Troy, which existed 4,000 years ago. The word ‘swastika’ is a Sanskrit word (‘svasktika’) meaning ‘It is’, ‘Well Being’, ‘Good Existence, and ‘Good Luck’. A Sanskrit scholar P. In Buddhism, the swastika is a symbol of good fortune, prosperity, abundance and eternity. By John Black Related Links The History of the Swastika

Ley Lines and The Meaning Of Adam Ley Lines and The Meaning Of Adam by Richard Leviton and Robert Coons "As Above, So Below" - Hermes Trismegistos Hermes' Geomancy Looming behind all concepts of the planetary Grid stands the ancient magus, Hermes Trismegistos, Thrice-Greatest Master Geomancer of Earth, with his Smagdarine Emerald Tablets, the keys to Gaia's (Earth's) energy body. That same master Grid engineer, the Gods' messenger for Earth, later passed the flame of his mastery, for our time, to the Archangel Michael with his solar initiatory sword. Our Ariadne's thread out of this bewildering maze of physical life on Earth is the ley line. The Grid has been variously described by poets and clairvoyants in recent times. A personal acquaintance of mine in England summed it up lucidly: "I saw the Earth as a fishnet web of light lines. The Hermetic Keys to the planetary Grid are inscribed on the Messenger's mythical Emerald Tablets, which summarize the 7 Hermetic Principles underlying all manifestation. Diagram 1 Diagram 2

Metaphysics Metaphysics Humans are multi-dimensional beings composed of many parts and with connections to many dimensions. The human as well as the Universe is far more complex than scientists would have you believe. As physics is the science of the physical realm and its laws and functions, metaphysics is the science of all realms, their laws and functions. From a metaphysical viewpoint, the physical world that we see before us is the 3rd dimension. There are other physical dimensions ranging from the 1st to the 9th dimensions and then many more above the 9th which are not so much physical dimensions but dimensions of Consciousness and many dimensions below the first which are dimensions of Material. The 9 physical dimensions are where Consciousness creates order with Material; where Consciousness actively creates universes and beings with the energies and forces contained in the lowest material dimensions. The lowest dimension and the highest are actually One and the same. Alchemy

The Book of Symbols: Carl Jung’s Catalog of the Unconscious by Kirstin Butler Why Sarah Palin identifies with the grizzly bear, or what the unconscious knows but doesn’t reveal. A primary method for making sense of the world is by interpreting its symbols. We decode meaning through images and, often without realizing, are swayed by the power of their attendant associations. A central proponent of this theory, iconic Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Gustaf Jung, made an academic case for it in the now-classic Man and His Symbols, and a much more personal case in The Red Book. Beginning in the 1930s, Jung’s devotees started collecting mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic imagery under the auspices of The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS), an organization with institutes throughout the U.S. You can browse through ARAS via a list of common archetypes, or search by word, producing a cross-indexed result with thumbnail images and a timeline of where and when that idea appeared throughout history. Donating = Loving Share on Tumblr

Sacred Mathematics Sacred Mathematics, by way of definition, refers to the concepts which, according to ancient (and a few modern) scholars, encompassed all of creation in mathematical terms. It includes numerical ratios of the most profound significance (literally Transcendental Numbers), the nature of numbers themselves (Numerology), their mutual relationship (Astrology), strange beasts such as Magic Squares Sacred Geometry which seem to defy logical or rational explanation, and the manner in which all of these aspects describe the universe. More information on this topic can be found at the Halexandria Forums. Sacred Mathematics represents a wholly contained and internally consistent philosophy -- a philosophy which describes physical reality, its cosmogony and every aspect of its science. This profoundly philosophical interpretation or Mathematical Theory is echoed in many spiritual traditions. Sacred Mathematics is not exclusively about geometry, however. Forms, patterns, geometries, ratios...

The revival of an ancient science At the other end of the scientific spectrum of contemporary science an ancient science is being restored. For ages it has been preserved carefully. It is more or less an art form and it is called ‘sacred geometry’. Now why do we introduce sacred geometry in a book that is about contemporary and groundbreaking science? The archaic science of sacred geometry can be traced back to the Egyptian civilization but may well be a heritage from the civilisation of mythological Atlantis and we’ll provide sufficient clues in this book to sustain this claim. Surprisingly enough sacred geometry also shows up in many crop circles that have been appearing in the last two decades all over the world. What is far more interesting is that crop circles contain intelligent embedded geometry. In my opinion the significance of crop circles is that contemporary scientists are getting hints to seek for more understanding of geometry in physics in general and in the zero point field in particular. Platonic solids

10 Spiritual Symbols You MUST Know Spiritual symbols are everywhere in our world! In fact they’re so pervasive, it’s almost hard to distinguish- and know- about them all. Luckily, we’ve done the work for you. SEE ALSO: Understanding Buddhism: 10 Reasons It’s NOT A Religion Hamsa Hamsa is the Hebrew word meaning “five”, and is represented with a palm-shaped amulet and an eye in the middle of the palm. Used by many societies throughout history, it’s purpose is to ward off negative energy and the “evil eye”, a malicious stare that’s said to cause unluckiness, illness, or even death. Many religions have used this symbol for their own purposes, including Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism. The Flower of Life This symbol could be considered king in sacred geometry! Said to contain all the patterns of creation in it, the Flower of Life is possibly the most ancient symbol on this list, used since the time of the Sumerians (the first civilization in the world). Yin Yang Pentagram Dharma Wheel CHECK IT OUT: Tibetan Book of the Dead Om

5 Herbs to Induce Lucid Dreaming Subscribe and get Galactic News Daily Updates: by LJ Vanier Herbs and plants are an integral part of the life that exists on our planet on every level. Plants are our food, our medicine and also our catalysts to the expansion of our consciousness. I really don’t think it is just an expression and there are many different types of natural herbs that can expand your awareness. These 5 plants can stimulate your consciousness and open you up to alternate dimensions of reality. 1. Known as the ‘teaching plant’ Xhosa is considered highly sacred. Shamans use Xhosa dream root to promote lucid dreaming and to initiate other shamans in ceremony. If you want more vivid and profound dreams and to gain universal insight, give this herb a try. Just mix a small amount in water and sip it back before you go to bed. 2. Sounds like a spell from Harry Potter doesn’t it? 3. This is a favorite that is used in yogic practices, the blue lotus is known to be a source of the universe’s highest sacred energies. 4. 5.

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