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The Magnificent Number 7 And Why it’s So Magnificent…

  • 24 Feb 15
  • Written by Betsy Green

altNo matter what your culture, background or beliefs number 7 is widely accepted across the globe to be the luckiest number of them all. So what makes 7 so popular with us all? Well, out of the first 10 numbers, seven is the most prime.

You cannot multiply it or divide it within the group. It
feels unique and that’s because it is unique. Even dating back thousands and thousands of years the
number 7 has been thought to have magical properties and has been embraced by
the occult, gamblers and everyone in between. So here’s why you could start
benefitting from the powers of the lucky number 7:

7 colours of the rainbow

There are 7 colours in the rainbow. Beautiful rainbows are only complete if they have all seven colours. Gamblers looking to complete a certain colour set can apply this principle? Or placing bets on a certain
colour etc.

Biblical connotations

The number 7 also has religious connotations and is a
very prominent number in the bible. In the bible it states that god rested on
the 7th day after creating the world. More interestingly the word “created” is
actually used seven times in the Book Of Genesis when referencing to the
creating of the world. Seven also symbolises the unity of the four corners of
Earth with the Holy Trinity.

7 virtues

We have all heard of the 7 deadly sins but there are also
there are also seven virtues which are humility, chastity, kindness, patience,
abstinence, diligence and liberality.

7 wonders of the world

The ancient world had 7 wonders, which were the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, he Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, the Colossus of Rhodes and last but not least, the Lighthouse of Alexandria. Not forgetting there are also 7 wonders of the modern world too, which are the Chichen Itza pyramid in Mexico, the Colosseum in Rome the splendid Taj Mahal in India, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, the rock city of Petra in Jordan and of course, the Great Wall of China.

The occult

The number 7 in a tarot card reading represents desire, ambition, drive and initiative, which again makes it a good number with excellent connotations. There are many, many more reasons why the number 7 is so lucky! Have you had a success story when it comes to the lucky number 7? Or do you have a number, which never fails to give you success? We’d love to hear about your experiences!

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