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posted on Sep, 18 2002 @ 07:25 PM
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Chemical Arcana: The medieval alchemists believed that the Emerald Tablet described the action of seven chemical compounds known to the ancients as the arcana or "great secrets." The arcana were the divine secrets of creation, the basic archetypes after which all things were patterned. More....

dropseven: UK based grass routes media organisation revealing the significance of the number seven throughout history. More....

The Heptadic Structure: The recurrence of the number seven-or an exact multiple of seven- is found throughout the Bible. More....

Het-Heru In ancient Egypt (Hathor) was called the Mistress of Singing, and the Mistress of Dancing. The seven Het-Heru represent the intimacy of music and dancing, to the seven planets nearest to usóon earth. More....

Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two: Some Limits on our Capacity for Processing Information. More....

Mathematical Games and the Number Seven: Mathematical puzzles vary from the simple to deep problems which are still unsolved. The whole history of mathematics is interwoven with mathematical games which have led to the study of many areas of mathematics. More....

Mystical Number Seven: Perhaps the numeral seven is considered the most mystical of all numbers because it is the one number which cannot be divided evenly into the circle. More....

Paleolithic Art included Cave Paintings (featuring animals, hand designs, and occasionally, people or shamanistic drawings), Venus Figurines, and Geometric Designs. One common design was a series of seven parallel lines, or seven dots. More....

The Proto-Bulgarian Number - the Number Seven: Everywhere, where the Proto-Bulgarians had left something about the celestial bodies, appears the symbol designating the number seven. Even more remarkable is that the character itself resembles a star. Was it a coincidence? More....

The Number Seven was considered sacred not only by all the cultured nations of antiquity and the East, but was held in the greatest reverence even by the later nations of the West. The astronomical origin of this number is established beyond any doubt. More....

Psychic Seven: This is a great example of the number sevens mystical and even magical properties. More....

Seven Ages of Man is usually described as a "Commonplace" concept. Several Shakespeare critics have commented that textual examples of SEVEN ages are rare. More....

Seven Celestial Abodes: In Hinduism there are seven main celestial abodes also called the heavens. More....

Seven Circuit Cretan Labyrinth: A labyrinth is an ancient symbol representing wholeness that is over 3,500 years old. When this symbol is transferred to the ground and walked with purpose, it becomes a metaphor for the journey of life. More....

Seven Days of the Week: The Greeks named the days of the week after the sun, the moon and the five known planets, which were in turn named after the gods Ares, Hermes, Zeus, Aphrodite, and Cronus. More....

Seven Deities : Japan's Shichifukujin--usually identified as Ebisu, Daikokuten, Bishamonten, Benzaiten, Fukurokuju, Jurojin, and Hotei--are traditionally believed to bring good fortune and happiness to people. More....

Seven Elements of Earth and Humanity: The overall objective of all sacred scriptures is to guide us so that we attract good things into our lives. "Swirl, Exploring Spirituality". More....

Seven Energy Centres: "These energy centers have been referred to in the East for thousands of years as the "chakras". Chakra is a Sanskrit word which means 'vortex of energy'." More....

Seven Evil Spirits: Earth's Ancient History. This story is the sixteenth tablet of a series called the "Evil Demon Series," of which we have an Assyrian with a parallel Sumerian text. More....

Seven Greek Vowels: Were believed to be potent magical sounds. The Greek alphabet had seven vowels, the exact pronunciation of which is uncertain. More....

Seven Heavens: The reference to the fact that God has created seven heavens has generally been given in the Qurían. More....

Seven Kingdoms of Nature: Most of Humanity (being as it is, so absorbed in its own evolution) tends to forget that the Mineral Kingdom comprises almost the totality of our physical planet. More....

Seven Laws of Psychic Energy: An interesting article from Victor Zammit B.A.(Psych), Grad. Dip. Ed.(UTS), M.A.(Legal Hist.), LL.B(UNSW), Ph.D, and lawyer. More....

Seven Liberal Arts: Based on the types of studies that were pursued in the Classical world, the Seven Liberal Arts became codified in late antiquity by such writers as Varro and Martianus Capella. More....

Seven Masonic Squares: Here the author attempts to shed some light on the significance of the number seven in Masonry. More....

Seven Medical Planets: The Seven Planetary Constitutions based on which of the Seven Days of the Solar Week one is born on. More....

Seven Metals of Antiquity: Process Metallurgy is one of the oldest sciences. Its history can be traced back to 6000 BC. Admittedly, its form at that time was rudimentary, but, to gain a perspective in Process Metallurgy, it is worthwhile to spend a little time studying the initiation of mankind's association with metals. More....

Seven Parameters of Musical Notation: Pitch, Duration, Articulation, Tempo, Dynamics, Silence, Timbre. More....

Seven Pillars of Wisdom by TE Lawrence (1922): Dates and places are correct, so far as my notes preserved them: but the personal names are not. Since the adventure some of those who worked with me have buried themselves in the shallow grave of public duty. More....

Seven Planets: There are seven planets, namely: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, the Sun, Venus, Mercury and the Moon. More....

Seven Platforms: Guru Amar Das' elder daughter, Dani, was married to a pious Sikh named Rama. His younger daughter, Bibi Bhani, was married to Jetha who was also most devoted to serving the Guru and his Sikhs. More....

Seven Principles of Man: Seven is one of the most important numbers in the teachings of theosophy. It is a key by which are revealed and explained many of the mysteries of nature, for in theosophy it is taught that number and numbers underlie all the processes of creation. More....

Seven Sisters Festival: Seventh Moon, Day 7 (August) The festival has its origin in Chinese folklore dating back more than 1,500 years. More....

Seven Sisters Stars: If you go out on the next clear night and gaze up in the eastern sky, you will see a small but conspicuous cluster of stars. They are close enough together that if you hold out your fist at arms length, you will cover them up. This group of stars is the Pleiades, known to many of us as the seven sisters. More....

Seven Stars of the Orion Constellation: among the brightest stars in the sky being worshipped by many civilisations including the Chinese, Egyptians and Greeks . More....

Seven Thunders: As things start to break down, the discovery of many things kept hidden until this time start to appear... the secrets of the pyramids... ancient texts (rediscovered).... More....

Seven Wonders of the World: Although most people know that a list exists of the Seven World Wonders, only few can name them. The list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was originally compiled around the second century BC. More....

Sunlight is made up of seven colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet and indigo. The spectrum or rainbow. More....

Tanabata: means "seven evenings" and it is said to be given this name because the stars meet on the seventh day of the seventh month in the Chinese (lunar) calendar. More....




posted on Sep, 18 2002 @ 07:46 PM
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One post here is enough.

Do not spam the forums.



posted on Sep, 18 2002 @ 11:25 PM
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and when you copy and paste from another site, it would help if you also copied the links, which I guess is what the 'more...' is meant to be.



posted on Sep, 19 2002 @ 04:46 PM
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My appologies just couldnt wait to get it out...




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