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Old 13-11-2011, 12:00 AM   #281
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The word rabbi derives from the Hebrew root word רַב, rav, which in biblical Hebrew means ‘great’ in many senses, including "revered". The word comes from the Semitic root R-B-B, and is cognate to Arabic ربّ rabb, meaning "lord" (generally used when talking about God, but also about temporal lords). As a sign of great respect, some great rabbis are simply called "The Rav"...
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The Seven Sisters are a series of seven volcanic mounds on the Atherton Tableland, near Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia.

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Old 13-11-2011, 11:10 AM   #283
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It soon disappears this thread,it was on the 3rd page...news is thick and fast on this General section
I'm not sure which thread it belongs on, the awakening or symbolism.
I haven't quite sussed out whats going on here, or maybe I do....
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Old 13-11-2011, 07:22 PM   #284
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A song that took on another meaning for me in 2005.

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The late Joseph Hill [who wrote the song] said "Two Sevens Clash," Culture's most influential record, was based on a prediction by Marcus Garvey, who said there would be chaos on July 7, 1977, when the "sevens" met. With its apocalyptic message, the song created a stir in his Caribbean homeland and many Jamaican businesses and schools shuttered their doors for the day.

The liner notes of the album read: "One day Joseph Hill had a vision, while riding a bus, of 1977 as a year of judgment -- when two sevens clash -- when past injustices would be avenged. Lyrics and melodies came into his head as he rode and thus was born the song "Two Sevens Clash" which became a massive hit in reggae circles both in Jamaica and abroad. The prophecies noted by the lyrics so profoundly captured the imagination of the people that on July 7, 1977 - the day when sevens fully clashed (seventh day, seventh month, seventy-seventh year) a hush descended on Kingston; many people did not go outdoors, shops closed, an air of foreboding and expectation filled the city."
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Old 13-11-2011, 08:15 PM   #285
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Hehe, nice one



I'm still sat here after hours of piecing all this together, more and more things are coming up from all walks of life. It's keeping them in the right order.

At least I'm not the only one


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Various occult systems associate each archangel with one of the traditional seven "luminaries" — the Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn — but there is disagreement as to which archangel corresponds to which body.

The seven archangels figure in some systems of ritual magic, each archangel bearing a specific seal.
(Or chakra)

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The Seven Electors of Hell

The seven planetary spirits or angels of Hell, an idea that stems from the Akkadian's maskim. The names of these angels, according to the Testament of Solomon, are: Aciel, servant to Raphael; Anael, servant to Haniel; Ariel, servant to Michael; Barbiel, servant to Zaphiel; Ganael, servant to Apadiel and Camael; Marbuel, servant to Gabriel; Mephistophile, servant to Zadkiel. Some authorities classify them as infernal forces. In Agrippa's list the names are the same except that Bludon and Apadiel replace Anael and Ganael, respectively. Anther source names them as Adriel, Amnodiel, Amudiel, Annixiel, Dirachiel, Eequiel, Geliel, and Tagriel.
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Fallen angels prayed to in Yezidic Devil Worship ()

1. Shams-ed-din ("sun of the faith")
2. Fakr-ed-din ("the poor one of the faith")
3. Nasr-ed-din ("help of faith")
4. Sij-ed-din ("power of mercy")
5. Sheikh Ism ("power of mercy")
6. Sheikh Bakra ("power of mercy")
7. Kadir-Rahman ("power of mercy")
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New York Post...SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1948

In the seven days of fighting between the southern army of Israel and the Royal Army of Egypt, the Egyptian troops have taken a beating on hip and thigh. The Israel have smashed the army of Farouk along the entire front, cut off the troops of Jerusalem and Bethlehem from every line of communication with Egypt, captured Beersheba and other strongholds, and slashed to ribbons the royal army on the coast...

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If Pride is one of the 7 deadly sins why do they teach us its good as a kid?

Maybe because im American...
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If Pride is one of the 7 deadly sins why do they teach us its good as a kid?

Maybe because im American...
Pride is defined as an exaggerated positive evaluation of oneself, often based on a devaluation of others. It results in a kind of attachment to oneself and aversion to others.

In Spanish there are two words to describe the two aspects of Pride (Orgullo and Soberbia). In first place, there is the sense of pride that make you feel good about something in which you put effort and love. This aspect of Pride is the warm sense that make you feel proud of being part of that something that make you feel special; this is good pride (Orgullo).

On the other hand, we have the capital sin. This kind of pride could take you to places that you might not go, and could keep you from enter to those other places that might be advantageous for you to experience.

http://www.brucew.com/WillieSiu/Good...-Bad_Pride.htm
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Pride is defined as an exaggerated positive evaluation of oneself, often based on a devaluation of others. It results in a kind of attachment to oneself and aversion to others.

In Spanish there are two words to describe the two aspects of Pride (Orgullo and Soberbia). In first place, there is the sense of pride that make you feel good about something in which you put effort and love. This aspect of Pride is the warm sense that make you feel proud of being part of that something that make you feel special; this is good pride (Orgullo).

On the other hand, we have the capital sin. This kind of pride could take you to places that you might not go, and could keep you from enter to those other places that might be advantageous for you to experience.

http://www.brucew.com/WillieSiu/Good...-Bad_Pride.htm
I am so glad you answered that because last night I read a page about pride and lucifer and I wasn't at all happy. It was coming from a christian perspective and seemed to give the impression that you must remain lower than a snake in the grass (so to speak, I did try to look for the page to show you but I had so many open) which left me also wondering about 'pride'. The way you have explained in the first sentence makes sense but what I have got from this thread is that it seems to me that the planets/gods in their many forms that are worshipped all over the world are a kind of energy-harvesting system set up to take away the energy from ourselves.
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Mithraism -the 7 grades of initiation


Heliodromus - Sun

Perses - Moon

Corax - Mercury

Leo - jupiter

Miles - Mars

Nymphus - Venus

Pater - Saturn
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Year 1970 (MCMLXX) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. It is the Unix epoch time and it was also the first year of the 1970s.

An earthquake (Richter Scale 7.7 magnitude) at Yunnan, China kills at least 15,621.

Penn Central declares Section 77 bankruptcy, largest ever US corporate bankruptcy up to this date.
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Lightbulb Seven Treasuries

The Delusion of Appearances...

Subhuti, someone might fill innumerable worlds with the seven treasures and give all away in gifts of alms, but if any good man or any good woman awakens the thought of Enlightenment and takes even only four lines from this Discourse, reciting, using, receiving, retaining and spreading them abroad and explaining them for the benefit of others, it will be far more meritorious. Now in what manner may he explain them to others? By detachment from appearances - abiding in Real Truth.

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The Delusion of Appearances...

Subhuti, someone might fill innumerable worlds with the seven treasures and give all away in gifts of alms, but if any good man or any good woman awakens the thought of Enlightenment and takes even only four lines from this Discourse, reciting, using, receiving, retaining and spreading them abroad and explaining them for the benefit of others, it will be far more meritorious. Now in what manner may he explain them to others? By detachment from appearances - abiding in Real Truth.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Treasuries
Nice one! I bet I'm right that ALL walks of life have this number 7 thing... not that I have checked but it seems extremely likely so far.....

lol, I randomly googled native american indians and the number 7

http://users.ap.net/~chenae/spirit.html

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Two numbers are sacred to the Cherokee. Four is one number, it represented the four primary directions. At the center of their paths lays the sacred fire. Seven is the other and most sacred number. Seven is represented in the seven directions: north, south, east, west, above, bellow, and "here in the center" the place of the sacred fire. Seven also represented the seven ancient ceremonies that formed the yearly Cherokee religious cycle.
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Nice one! I bet I'm right that ALL walks of life have this number 7 thing... not that I have checked but it seems extremely likely so far.....

lol, I randomly googled native american indians and the number 7

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I wonder why we dont have eight days in the week...

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wensday

Thursday

YESTERDAY

Friday

Saturday:

Eight days a week


The inspiration of the song has been attributed to at least two different sources by Paul McCartney. In a 1984 interview with Playboy, he credited the title to Ringo Starr, who was noted for his malapropisms, which are credited as the source of other song titles (such as "A Hard Day's Night and Tomorrow Never Knows)

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Nahuatl legends relate that seven tribes lived in Chicomoztoc, or "the place of the seven caves". Each cave represented a different Nahua group: the Xochimilca, Tlahuica, Acolhua, Tlaxcalan, Tepaneca, Chalca, and Mexica. Because of a common linguistic origin, those groups also are called "Nahuatlaca" (Nahua people). These tribes subsequently left the caves and settled "near" Aztlán, or Aztatlan.

The various descriptions of Aztlán are seemingly contradictory. While some legends describe Aztlán as a paradise, the Aubin Codex says that the Aztecs were subject to a tyrannical elite called the Azteca Chicomoztoca. Guided by their priest, the Aztec fled, and, on the road, their god Huitzilopochtli forbade them to call themselves Azteca, telling them that they should be known as Mexica. Ironically, scholars of the 19th century—in particular Alexander von Humboldt and William H. Prescott—would name them Aztec. Humboldt's suggestion was widely adopted in the 19th century as a way to distance "modern" Mexicans from pre-conquest Mexicans.

The role of Aztlán is slightly less important to Aztec legendary histories than the migration to Tenochtitlán itself. According to the legend, the southward migration began on May 24, 1064 CE; 1064 is also the year of a volcanic explosion at Sunset Crater in Arizona and the first Aztec solar year, beginning on May 24, after the Crab Nebula events from May to July of 1054. Each of the seven groups is credited with founding a different major city-state in Central Mexico. The city-states reputed to have an Aztec foundation were:
Tepaneca (now Azcapotzalco, a delegación of the Mexican Federal District), and
Matlatzinca (whose language was Otomian and not of the Uto-Aztecan family).

These city-states formed during the Late Postclassic period of Mesoamerican chronology (ca. 1300–1521 CE).

According to Aztec legends, the Mexica were the last tribe to emigrate. When they arrived at their ancestral homeland, the present-day Valley of Mexico, all available land had been taken, and they were forced to squat on the edge of Lake Texcoco.

After the Spanish conquest of Mexico, the story of Aztlán gained importance and was reported by Fray Diego Durán in 1581 and others to be a kind of Eden-like paradise, free of disease and death, which existed somewhere in the far north. These stories helped fuel Spanish expeditions to what is now the U.S. state of California.
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The Seven: Sumerian, gods Nanna, Utu, Inanna, An, Ki, Enlil, Enki
I'm starting to get a bit excited with all this now.

I must get that table typed up!!!
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I wonder why we dont have eight days in the week...

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wensday

Thursday

YESTERDAY

Friday

Saturday:

Eight days a week

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ytuyb...yer_detailpage
http://youtu.be/YtuybFrq7Rw

The inspiration of the song has been attributed to at least two different sources by Paul McCartney. In a 1984 interview with Playboy, he credited the title to Ringo Starr, who was noted for his malapropisms, which are credited as the source of other song titles (such as "A Hard Day's Night and Tomorrow Never Knows)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eight_Days_a_Week
you forgot tomorrow and anyway, 8's not allowed!!!
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you forgot tomorrow and anyway, 8's not allowed!!!
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"The future is always nonsense, until it becomes the past," replied the seer.

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