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Old 09-11-2011, 09:40 PM   #261
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Lightbulb Seventh-day Adventist Church

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is the largest of several Adventist groups which arose from the Millerite movement of the 1840s in upstate New York, a phase of the Second Great Awakening. Miller predicted on the basis of Daniel 8:14–16 and the "day-year principle" that Jesus Christ would return to Earth between the Spring of 1843 and the Spring of 1844. In the summer of 1844, Millerite Adventists came to believe that Jesus would return on October 22, 1844, understood to be the Biblical Day of Atonement for that year. When this did not happen, most of his followers disbanded and returned to their original churches.

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Some Millerites came to believe that Miller's calculations were correct, but that his interpretation of Daniel 8:14 was flawed as he assumed it was the 'earth that was to be cleansed' or Christ would come to cleanse the world. These Adventists arrived at the conviction that Daniel 8:14 foretold Christ's entrance into the Most Holy Place of the heavenly sanctuary rather than his second coming. Over the next decade this understanding developed into the doctrine of the investigative judgment: an eschatological process commencing in 1844 in which Christians will be judged to verify their eligibility for salvation and God's justice will be confirmed before the universe. The Adventists continued to believe that Christ's second coming would be imminent, although they resisted setting further dates for the event.

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Not committing one of the seven non-virtuous actions of the body and speech with a Bodhicitta motivation, if circumstances deem it necessary, because of lack of compassion.
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Lightbulb The Seventh Seal



The Seventh Seal (Swedish: Det sjunde inseglet) is a 1957 Swedish film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman. Set during the Black Death, it tells of the journey of a medieval knight (Max von Sydow) and a game of chess he plays with the personification of Death (Bengt Ekerot), who has come to take his life.

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Old 10-11-2011, 09:30 PM   #268
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In this scene from The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao [featuring Tony Randall attempting to play a Chinese man], an old spinster is dealt a lethal fortune-telling, transcribed below:

"Apollonius of Tyana reads your future" From The Circus of Dr. Lao, Charles G. Finney, 1935.

The widow Mrs. Howard T. Cassan came to the circus in her flimsey brown dress and her low shoes and went direct to the fortuneteller's tent. She paid her mite and sat down to hear her future. Apollonius warned her she was going to be disappointed.

"Not if you tell me the truth," said Mrs. Cassan. "I particularly want to know how soon oil is going to be found on that twenty acres of mine in New Mexico."

"Never," said the seer [who is blind in the film].

"But I paid a fortune for that land" gasps Mrs. Cassan.

"You wasted your money. Next question," said the seer

"Well, what I really want to know is, when shall I be married again?"

"Never," said the seer.

"Well, what sort of man will next come into my life?"

"There will be no more men in your life," said the seer.

"Well, what in the world is the use of my living then, if I'm not going to be rich, not going to be married again, not going to know any more men?"

"I only read futures. I don't evaluate them."

"That's utter nonsense," barked Mrs. Cassan.

"The future is always nonsense, until it becomes the past," replied the seer.

"Well, I paid you. Read my future," commanded Mrs. Cassan.

"Tomorrow will be like today, and day after tomorrow will be like the day before yesterday," said Apollonius. "I see your remaining days each as a tedious collections of hours. You will not travel anywhere. You will think no new thoughts. You will experience no new passions. Older you will become but not wiser. Stiffer but not more dignified. Childless you are, and childless you shall remain. Of that suppleness you once commanded in your youth, of that strange simplicity which once attracted a men to you, neither endures, nor shall you recapture any of them," the prophet predicted.

"Ugly, ugly man!" snapped Mrs. Cassan.

"Mirrors are often ugly and mean. When you die, you will be buried and forgotten. And that is all. And for all the good or evil, creation or destruction your living might have accomplished, you might just as well have never lived at all. I am sorry. You see, it is my curse to tell the absolute truth."
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In the "Secrets of numbers" by William Ingpen the number 7 is described as the most excellent of all fdor several notable and curious reasons and prominent among these was the alleged fact that the soul consists of 7 parts, namely Acuminie. Wit, Dilligence, Counsel, Reason, Wisdom, and Experience.

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Rev. 1:20 This is the secret meaning of the seven stars you saw in my right hand, and of the seven gold lampstands: the seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches.

Rev. 3:1 "To the angel of the church in Sardis, write this:
" 'The one who has the seven spirits of God and the seven stars says this: "I know your works, that you have the reputation of being alive, but you are dead.


The book of Enoch mentions the seven archangels, as Michael, Raphael, Zerachiel, Gabriel, Uriel, Remiel, and finally Raguel.

Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, listed the archangels within his book the Celestial Hierarchy, as Michael, Zadkiel, Chamuel, Raphael, Gabriel, Jophiel, and lastly Uriel.

Pope Saint Gregory I listing the names as Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Oriphiel, Zachariel, Uriel, and Simiel.

Catholic Church considers the Archangels as Saints and assigns each day of the week with one of the archangels. The Day In which you were born determines which Angel is your Guardian Angel But with some uncertainties these are

Saint Michael represents Sunday,

Saint Gabriel represents Monday,

Saint Raphael represents Tuesday,

Saint Uriel represents Wednesday,

Saint Sealtiel represents Thursday,

Saint Jegudiel represents Friday,

Saint Barachiel represents Saturday.
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Michael - the Sun

Raphael - Mercury

Uriel - Venus

Melchizedek - Earth

Gabriel - the Earth's Moon

Samael - Mars

Zachariel - Jupiter

Orifiel - Saturn
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Lightbulb Seven times cursed and seven times sealed

The following, written by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon...

In the beginning... God created 7's.

Oh sure, He created light and dark, the heavens and earth, too.
But for reasons unknown to us, He seemed to have a special
affinity for the number 7.

The fact that the Torah begins with a verse containing 7 words
and 28 letters (divisible by 7) is hardly remarkable. But when
placed within the context of the overwhelming number of
associations in Judaism with '7', a fascinating tapestry begins
to unfurl. Let's take a closer look at this phenomenon.

Every spring, Jews around the world celebrate the holiday of
Shavuot --commemorating the most seminal event in the history of
mankind, God's revelation at Mount Sinai.

Shavuot. Curious name for this holiday, no? Shavuot means
"weeks," underscoring the 7-week period between Passover and
Shavuot in which we count each day (and week) in anticipation and
preparation for re-living the Sinai revelation. But why call it
Shavuot -- "weeks"? Why not call the holiday "Torah," or "Sinai,"
or "Commandments," or "Tablets." Of what significance is "Weeks"?

Time contains many different entities. Nearly all of them are
related to natural phenomena. Days, nights, months, seasons and
years are all directly determined, in some way, by the
constellations. There is one exception -- the week. The
formulation of a week seems to be totally arbitrary. Who needs
it? Let one day just follow the previous one. And why 7 days?

The concept of a week and its constitution of 7 days is one that
is strictly God-invented and human-adopted. While we may quibble
about creation -- how, when, by whom, why -- the world has
consensually agreed to the concept of a week. The Beatles were
wrong... there are only 7 days in a week. And whenever a week is
completed it is yet another reminder to mankind (or should be)
that God created the world in 7 days. (Only 6 days were required
to manufacture the physical structures, but the process was not
complete until the spiritual realm, Shabbat, was added.)

Call it the "week link."

Kabbalah teaches that 7 represents wholeness and completion.
After 7 days, the world was complete. There are 6 directions in
our world: north, south, east, west, up and down. Add to that the
place where you are, and you have a total of 7 points of
reference.

Shavuot, marking the emergence of the Jewish people into a
nation, by virtue of their receiving and accepting the Torah,
also marks a completion. Perhaps that is why the holiday is
called Shavuot, "Weeks." We want to identify this holiday as a
completion of the process of Jewish nationhood.

No one is certain why God chose the number "7" to signify
completion. All we can do is speculate, observe and marvel.

In honor of our own completion of the 49 day period leading up to
Shavuot, we present 49 allusions to the number "7" within
Judaism. How many of these do you recognize? How many more can
you add?

1. Shabbat is the 7th day of the week.
2. There are 7 weeks in the counting of the Omer before
Shavuot. (Leviticus 23:15)
3. In Israel, there are 7 days of Passover and Sukkot.
(Leviticus 23:6, 34)
4. Every 7th year, the land lays fallow during Shmita
(Sabbatical year). (Leviticus 25:4)
5. After 7 cycles of Shmita, we have a Jubilee year (Yovel).
(Leviticus 25:8)
6. When a close relative dies, we sit Shiva for 7 days.
7. On Sukkot we shake 7 species - 1 Lulav, 1 Esrog, 2 willows,
and 3 myrtles.
8. Yitro, the first real convert to Judaism, had 7 different
names, and 7 daughters (one who married Moses).
9. Moses was born and died on the same day - the 7th of Adar.
10. Our Sukkah huts are "visited" by 7 guests - Abraham, Isaac,
Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David.
11. The Menorah in the Temple had 7 branches.
12. Achashvarosh, King of Persia during the miracle of Purim,
held a party for 7 days. (Esther 1:5)
13. There are 7 holidays in the Jewish year: Rosh Hashana, Yom
Kippur, Sukkot, Chanukah, Purim, Passover, and Shavuot.
14. In addition to the 613 Commandments, the Sages added 7
more.
15. There are 7 Noachide Laws pertaining to all humanity.
16. At every Jewish wedding, 7 blessings are recited (Sheva
Brachot).
17. Each Shabbat, 7 people are called to the Torah reading
(Aliyot).
18. The first verse in the Torah contains 7 words (and 28
letters).
19. Our Matriarch Leah had 7 children - six sons and one
daughter.
20. There were 7 days of preparation for the construction of
the Tabernacle in the desert. (Leviticus 8:35)
21. Traditionally, the bride circles the groom 7 times under
the Chuppah (wedding canopy).
22. We wind the Tefillin straps around the arm 7 times.
23. Moses was the 7th generation after Abraham.
24. Each plague in Egypt lasted 7 days.
25. In Pharaoh's dreams there were 7 cows and 7 stalks of
grain. (Genesis 41)
26. The Biblical contamination period typically lasts 7 days.
(Leviticus 13:4)
27. God created 7 levels of heaven. (Hence the expression, "I'm
in 7th heaven!")
28. On Shabbat and holidays, we recite 7 blessings in the
silent Amidah.
29. There are 7 special species of produce by which the Land of
Israel is praised: wheat, barley, grapes, pomegranates, figs,
olives, and dates. (Deut. 8:8)
30. The world has 7 continents.
31. The 7 weeks of the Omer correspond to the 7 "sefirot," the
7 behavior traits in which we serve God: kindness, strength,
beauty, triumph, splendor, foundation, and kingship.
32. Noah sent the dove and the raven out of the Ark for 7 days
to inspect the weather conditions. (Genesis 8:10)
33. 7 nations warred with Israel: Canaanites, Hittites,
Hivites, Amorites, Perizzites, Jebusites, and Girgashites.
34. On Yom Kippur, the High Priest sprinkled the blood in the
Temple 7 times. (Leviticus 16)
35. The Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashana occurs, surprisingly,
in the 7th month -- Tishrei. (Leviticus 23:24)
36. The Jewish calendar, largely lunar, has a cycle of
intercalation that contains 7 leap years during each 19-year
period.
37. There are 7 notes on the musical scale.
38. A Kohen (priest) should participate in the burial of 7
relatives: father, mother, sister, brother, son, daughter, and
spouse. (Leviticus 21:2)
39. We dance 7 circles (hakafot) on the holiday of Simchat
Torah.
40. The smallest allowable dimension of a Sukkah is 7 by 7
handbreadths.
41. The world has 7 seas.
42. Joshua led the Jewish People around the walls of Jericho 7
times before the walls fell. (Joshua 6:15)
43. Jacob worked for Laban for 7 years (twice) in order to
marry his daughters. (Genesis 29:27)
44. The Holy Temple contained 7 gates of entry.
45. We recite 7 blessings every day before and after the
"Shema" -- 3 in the morning and 4 at night.
46. The Talmud lists 7 female prophets: Sarah, Miriam, Deborah,
Hannah, Avigail, Chuldah, and Esther.
47. A Jewish servant regains freedom in the 7th year. (Exodus
21:2)
48. We conclude our Yom Kippur prayers by proclaiming7 times,
"The Lord is God!"
49. A Jewish wedding is followed by 7 days of celebration
(Sheva Brachot).

With blessings from Jerusalem,

Rabbi Shraga Simmons

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The seven members of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate. A full term is fourteen years. One term begins every two years, on February 1 of even-numbered years...
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Default International System Of Units.

Sorry if I have missed this one already on the thread:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SI#Units_and_prefixes

It has got a bit too long to scroll right through.
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Sorry if I have missed this one already on the thread:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SI#Units_and_prefixes

It has got a bit too long to scroll right through.
Nice one illuminumnuts and thanks again lightgiver.

I need to finish off lining up these number 7's and making a new thread on the subject.
It doesn't matter what faith you are into, what sciences you learn, what religion you follow, what films you watch telly or prefer to read, what beliefs you have, what heroes you worship, what gods you bow down to they are all telling you the same thing!!!!!! At it's base everything is energy.
As above, planets, so below, chakra wheels.
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Lightbulb The Seven Sisters (1915 film)

The Seven Sisters (1915) was a silent romantic comedy produced by Adolph Zukor and Daniel Frohman, and was directed by Sidney Olcott. The film is based on the ensemble play Seven Sisters by Edith Ellis Furness and Ferenc Herczeg.
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Nice one illuminumnuts and thanks again lightgiver.

I need to finish off lining up these number 7's and making a new thread on the subject.
It doesn't matter what faith you are into, what sciences you learn, what religion you follow, what films you watch telly or prefer to read, what beliefs you have, what heroes you worship, what gods you bow down to they are all telling you the same thing!!!!!! At it's base everything is energy.
As above, planets, so below, chakra wheels.
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