|Posted on November 7, 2014 at 10:45 AM|
The circle represents Unity and completion, it contains and protects and also signifies harmony, beauty, and balance. There is no beginning and no end and it encompasses death and rebirth. In Sacred Mathematics it equates to the number 8 and in numerology the number 8 represents Power in your chosen field. It is rewards for past efforts and has the determination to overcome all obstacles bringing success through perseverance. It stands for involution and evolution, for cycles of ebb and flow, infinity, rhythm, advancement, strength and confidence. The eighth and final statement in the Lord’s Prayer, it represents the return to a Heavenly state of consciousness.
The triangle embraces the power of integration through the trinity of body, mind and spirit, of mother, father and child, of past present and future, of the Holy Trinity. Expressing the power of the pyramids it assists in bringing integration into your life and is very protective. The straight line at the bottom of this triangle provides solid grounding and the two lines pointing upward direct attention to higher realms suggesting attainment of higher wisdom and knowledge, forever uplifting and inspiring. The triangle in sacred mathematics equates to the number 7 and the number 7 represents the Seeker; it is a Sacred Number and also relates to the health of the physical body which is highly sensitised during this process. The number 7 in The New Testament is the number of rest, cessation but not ceasing and like the triangle, it is also protective. The 7 statements in the Lord’s Prayer: (Mathew 6:9-13)
1 Our Father which art in Heaven
2 Hallowed be Thy Name
3 Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.
4 Give us this day our daily bread, and
5 Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors.
6 Lead us not into temptation,
7 But deliver us from evil.
The final statement (“For Thine is the Kingdom, and the power and the glory, forever”) symbolising the return to the Heavenly state of consciousness was added much later.
The equilateral cross represents balance and equality, yin and yang, the balanced male and female and the four elements: fire, earth air and water. The four corners of the earth: north, south, east, and west. The point at the centre balances all aspects of man’s existence and the vertical line joins above and below, mind and matter bringing heaven and earth together representing as above so below and in due course will activate the fifth element – the element of Akashi/sound. The horizontal line represents the balancing of all opposite extremes within man’s nature and is the balancing point at the heart. When the equilateral cross is set in motion the circle is formed and the circle represents time and only time can complete everything in due process. In Sacred Mathematics, the equilateral cross also equates to the Sacred number 7.
When we add all the sacred mathematical equations together we come to the sum of 22. The number 22 is a Master frequency for Liberation and the Essenes is proclaimed that there are 22 steps toward the God Force. Essene numerologically equates also to the number 22. It is Life force entering into manifestation and symbolises having gone full circle beyond the present incarnation. 22 represents the Alpha and the Omega and that we never come to the limit of our potentials. It is a teaching vibration, teaching us to awaken to transforming our lives through consciousness while blending spiritual consciousness with control of the physicality, including the body, and brings us in to a perfect state of being.
The Hebrew alphabet is made up of 22 letters, which are used to compose the Word of God. The word of God is called a lamp (Psalms 119:105, Proverbs 6:22), thus it is the light by which we are to live. The word light is found 264 times in Scripture. When 264 is divided by 12 (divine authority) we have twenty-two, which represents light.
Once we achieve this level of consciousness we are no longer concerned with earthly matters but simply use them with great respect.