Numbers are vibrations the ancients understood far better than we do!
A couple of days ago, I received a thought download from the Ether. The numbers forty, thirty-three and seven came to me in quick flashes – thoughts popping into my head just like that.
After giving it some contemplation, I recognised a pattern emerging. The sequence of numbers when adding and subtracting seven stemming from thirty-three produced significant sacred numbers that consistently appear in ancient scripts and esoteric symbolism found in churches, temples and other buildings of importance.
The enigma of the number twenty-three has captured the imaginations of the public for decades. The mysterious number features repeatedly throughout history, is associated with the dates of births and deaths of significant figures, and has been the inspiration for artists of all disciplines.
As a fleeting insight: Julius Caesar is said to have been stabbed 23 times; the date given for William Shakespeare, some who believe was a pseudonym for occultist Francis Bacon, is the 23rd April, (the beginning of spring); Kurt Cobain was born in 1967 (1+9+6+7=23) and died in 1994 (1+9+9+4=23). Continue reading Decoding The Mystery Behind the Number Twenty-Three→
The number 16 in numerology is a continuation of the 15 in which the initiate faces a decision of self-control. In the case of an addiction, the 16 will appear if you have taken the decision to quit.
The 16th card of the Tarot for example, is The Tower, which means the breaking down of old forms, a new change in your life. Reversed it means that you are not ready and unwilling to change even though you should.
When 16 appears in repeatedly in your life therefore, it is a sign that you must cultivate willpower and initiate positive action and kill negative aspects of your life. Unless you can overcome vices or obstacles you will not move forward.
In gematria, 16 is 1×6 – the number of the beast or in other words base consciousness, or 1+6, the divine seven, or God Consciousness. Therefore when you see 16, you should listen to what your inner voice is telling you so that you can transform six into seven rather than remain on six. Sometimes you need to break away from old routines, habits and ideals in order to move forward in life.
The significance of the number 15 in occult teachings is best explained by the 15th card of the Major Arcana in the Tarot deck – The Devil. In the alchemical table, the archangel Uriel is also depicted as The Devil.
But The Devil card is not a tyrant of evil as the Catholic Church would have us believe. It is simply a reflection of the basic animal instincts within us. In Greek and Roman mythology this character attribute is represented by Pan, half-god, half-beast.
The twelve is a number that consistently appears in ancient myths and legends together with modern day organised religions.
The 12 is essentially a continuation of the eleven whereby the initiate sets off along a new path in life. Whereas jitters are common with the eleven, the 12 signals that you have overcome those early fears and have acquired a higher state of consciousness, or understanding. Continue reading The Symbolic Meaning of the Number Twelve→