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Old 12-05-2011, 09:59 PM   #101
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Taken from this site.

It's been done before

http://thehiddenlighthouse.blogspot....-physical.html

GOD is SCREAMING the number SEVEN at us, not just yelling but SCREAMING
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:09 PM   #102
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The Seven Churches of the Apocalypse

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

The Seven Churches of Revelation, also known as The Seven Churches of the Apocalypse and The Seven Churches of Asia (referring to the Roman province of Asia, not the entire continent), are seven major churches of Early Christianity, as mentioned in the New Testament Book of Revelation and written to by Ignatius of Antioch.

1. Ephesus (Revelation 2:1-7) - the church that had forsaken its first love (2:4).
2. Smyrna (Revelation 2:8-11) - the church that would suffer persecution (2:10).
3. Pergamum (Revelation 2:12-17) - the church that needed to repent (2:16).
4. Thyatira (Revelation 2:18-29) - the church that had a false prophetess (2:20).
5. Sardis (Revelation 3:1-6) - the church that had fallen asleep (3:2).
6. Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7-13) - the church that had endured patiently (3:10).
7. Laodicea (Revelation 3:14-22) - the church with the lukewarm faith (3:16).

Hey take it easy, I've just found this...
I would never have been able to link these up.
Plus it also fits into the moon-pituitary thread

http://thehiddenlighthouse.blogspot....-physical.html

THE SEVEN CHURCHES of REVELATIONS and their meaning


THE CHURCH OF EPHESUS First Center Gonads Root chakra


THE CHURCH OF SMYRNA Second Center Cells of Leydig Naval Chakra


THE CHURCH OF PERGAMOS Third Center Adrenal Glands Solar Plexus Chakra


THE CHURCH OF THYATIRA Fourth Center Thymus Gland Heart Chakra


THE CHURCH OF SARDIS Fifth Center Thyroid Gland Throat Chakra


THE CHURCH OF PHILADELPHIA Sixth Center Pineal Gland Crown Chakra


THE CHURCH OF LAODICEA Seventh Center Pituitary Gland Third-Eye Chakra
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:13 PM   #103
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"And with the one word of truth or treachery,
he will save or damn the Earth
because he is mad and sane,
cold and passionate,
lost and found"
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:36 PM   #104
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Great thread! I'm kind of obsessed with the number 7, think it started 'cause the year I was born, '77', and this guy;



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Thanks for the megalithic link, bel. Seven lords is now on my list next time I head down south


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Early Indian Music

In one view, cosmic sound (nāda) is the cause of the material universe and it is identifed with the Brahman of the Upanişads. Nāda is synonymous with parāvāk, and it comes in two forms: āhata (perceptible sound), and anāhata (unstuck or absolute sound). Music is the elevated form of āhata nāda whereas anāhata nāda can be cognized only through Yoga. The two kinds have a close relationship, and a śruti, a small interval of sound, represents their joining. The texts tell us that 22 śrutis span the seven notes of the saptaka. The problem as to why this subdivision Early Indian Music 3 has 22 elements has concerned musicologists for a long time. It is also not clear why the śrutis are divided non-uniformly into groups of four, three, and two into musical notes in Bharata's Nāţya Śāstra. The saptaka, the "series of seven" - the same as the octave or the "series of eight" of Western music - spans a doubling of frequency. The seven notes of the saptaka are named sa (for şad.ja), ri (ŗşabha), ga (gāndhāra), ma (madhyama), pa (paňcama), dha (dhaivata), and ni (nişāda).

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Is the bit I bolded supposed to be a link, saamjaam? I'd love to read that and add it to the collection.

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Old 12-05-2011, 10:45 PM   #105
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Great thread! I'm kind of obsessed with the number 7, think it started 'cause the year I was born, '77', and this guy;



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Thanks for the megalithic link, bel. Seven lords is now on my list next time I head down south




Is the bit I bolded supposed to be a link, saamjaam? I'd love to read that and add it to the collection.
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:52 PM   #106
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Taken from this site.

It's been done before

http://thehiddenlighthouse.blogspot....-physical.html

GOD is SCREAMING the number SEVEN at us, not just yelling but SCREAMING
That blog is truely awesome, it really is enough to make me believe in god.

7 thank-yous beldazar

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Old 12-05-2011, 11:29 PM   #107
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this thread should have seven stars
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Old 13-05-2011, 12:27 AM   #108
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I think we must have, in the past had seven of something. That seven was used as a template for many things in a way to try and give them attributes. I am not saying this is a fact but I wonder if we once had seven senses.
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Old 13-05-2011, 12:54 AM   #109
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i get the feeling TPTB are misusing 7.

www.7elements.co.uk

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Old 13-05-2011, 08:33 AM   #110
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That blog is truely awesome, it really is enough to make me believe in god.

7 thank-yous beldazar
I know what you mean

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I think we must have, in the past had seven of something. That seven was used as a template for many things in a way to try and give them attributes. I am not saying this is a fact but I wonder if we once had seven senses.
There's a thought...

I think it goes above the number 7 but the way things are now is 7. The 7 chakras and the 7 planets. Apparently the 7 planets are the ones you can see. The others are outside of our sight.
We are said to have more than 7 major chakras but the other ones are
outside of the body.

This is a great site about chakras

http://www.crystalinks.com/chakras.html




I2 around I

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The "12 around 1 pattern" (12 = 1+2=3) or third dimension references physical reality as nothing more than a biogenetic experiment based on linear time to experience emotions.
Crop circle allegedly depicting I2 major chakras and the activation of DNA






I don't want to get into the numbers I2 or I3 yet, this one is enough for now
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Old 13-05-2011, 08:38 AM   #111
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Seven deadly sins
Seven ways to win
Seven holy paths to hell
And your trip begins

Seven downward slopes
Seven bloodied hopes
Seven are your burning fires
Seven your desires...

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Old 13-05-2011, 08:43 AM   #112
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Seven deadly sins
Seven ways to win
Seven holy paths to hell
And your trip begins

Seven downward slopes
Seven bloodied hopes
Seven are your burning fires
Seven your desires...

Hmmm....now let me guess, would this be ascent or descent..it's a hard one.....






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Old 13-05-2011, 10:27 AM   #113
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Good thread Bel,

The Native Americans considered the number 7 important in their mythology.

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Certain numbers play an important role in the ceremonies of the Cherokee. The numbers four and seven repeatedly occur in myths, stories and ceremonies. Four represents all the familiar forces, also represented in the four cardinal directions. These cardinal directions are east, west, north and south. Certain colors are also associated with these directions. The number seven represents the seven clans of the Cherokee, and are also associated with directions. In addition to the four cardinal directions, three others exist. Up (the Upper World), down (the Lower World) and center (where we live, and where ‘you’ always are).
The number seven also represents the height of purity and sacredness, a difficult level to attain. In olden times, it was believed that only the owl and cougar had attained this level, and since then, they have always had a special meaning to the Cherokee. The pine, cedar, spruce, holly and laurel also attained this level. They play a very important role in Cherokee ceremonies. Cedar is the most sacred of all, and the distinguishing colors of red and white set it off from all others. The wood from the tree is considered very sacred, and in ancient days, was used to carry the honored dead.
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Good thread Bel,

The Native Americans considered the number 7 important in their mythology.
Thanks boots. It's interesting that you also mentioned the number 4 'cos while I was searching the 7 seals, you have of course, 4 horses of the apocalypse. Got to be something with that....

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Old 13-05-2011, 02:54 PM   #115
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Oh excellent. Thankyou decode reality and take it easy, this is so exciting I think. I can't wait to merge them all together. will take a while though. More to come.

I so love this too
It's a pleasure, connecting it all would be a natural high.
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I forgot to mention... A pyramid has 7 edges.
Also, in the western Major scale, the 4th and 7th modes (Lydian and Locrian) are the only ones that contain the 'Tritone' interval which at some point was also called 'the Devils Interval' and was banned by the church.
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I love this thread Bel
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I forgot to mention... A pyramid has 7 edges.
Also, in the western Major scale, the 4th and 7th modes (Lydian and Locrian) are the only ones that contain the 'Tritone' interval which at some point was also called 'the Devils Interval' and was banned by the church.
That sounds very interesting.


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7 thankyou's
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I can't believe I actually counted those ...
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I should have put times 7 really
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