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Originally posted by Yummy Freelunch
WOW! Im just more amazed at these ever day!!!
They are saying this one is small.
Hmmm..it looks like spermatozoa coming from the center. Or tadpoles.
Originally posted by scubagravy
Nice double post Wavaguide3
Btw way deejayiwan....how are those (HOAXES) going
This recent formation contains many references to the number seven throughout its design. The formation has seven sides, seven large half circles on the outside plus seven smaller half circles. There are fourteen small dots on the exterior as well (fourteen of course being a multiple of seven). There are also twenty-eight rays or spokes within the formation itself - the same average number of days in a month and of course also a multiple of seven.
Seven is a sacred number. For instance, we have: The seven Seals, Angels, Spirits, Churches, Thrones, and Lamps of the Bible. The Bible also speaks of the seven day march leading to the fall of the wall of Jericho. There are seven generations from the birth of David to the birth of Jesus.
In Chaldean numerology, the number seven represents Neptune, which is the ruler of Pisces - the current age we are still in until the 2012 period (with Aquarius having been born in '68 or '69 and who is struggling to exist on its own without its parent's controlling grasp). Of course, there are seven days in a week. We have the seven chakras. Snowflakes have seven main "points" (six points on the perimeter plus one in the centre). Mathematically, seven is the number found within the original value of Pi that the Egyptians used (22/7=3.1422857).
Fascinating design. Highly numerologically relevant and thoughtful. Not only are the principles of sacred geometric design respected, it is loaded with meaning itself. Doubtful a few troublemakers with ropes and planks would care to learn about this and implement it. Cheers and keep up the great work.