Published September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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The Mystic Number THREE by Albert Mackey For a list of all of my digital books click here The frequent recurrence of this number in the ancient mythologies, in the Bible histories, and in the Ritual of Masonry, is almost incredible to a person who has never examined the subject. Number 3 is the number of good fortune. The Pythagoreans taught that the number three was the first true number. Three is the first number that forms a geometrical figure – the triangle. Three was considered the number of harmony, wisdom and understanding. THE NUMBER THREE, MYSTERIOUS, MYSTIC, MAGIC' BY EMORY B. LEASE The student of the classics is early confronted with the number 3 and its occult meaning. Before he has finished the first book of Caesar (B.G. i. 7) he encounters "thrice were the lots consulted," and a little later he finds in Vergil (Aen. i. ) that Aeneas ruled. Three is the number of creativity, communication, and expression. Numerologists recognize that 3 is the number of the child – it symbolizes the growth and magic that results from the combination of two other things; it’s the metaphorical child .
The number three could then have been seen as the number of reproduction or the continuation of things. Whatever the number three's symbolism, it seems reasonable to assume that a three-footed symbol (hence the name trefot), the trefot would share in that symbolism. ÆgishjalmaR: Literally, the "Helm or Awe (in its meaning as "terror")". The Meaning of Number 3 The number 3 carries a vibrational frequency that is associated with self expression and creativity. It is the number of creation and completion, associated with divinity in many of the world’s religions, particularly Christianity. This is a review of number lore by W. Wynn Westcott, an esoteric author of the 19th century. Westcott includes information on the Pythagoreans and the Kabbalah. The main portion of this book includes a series of chapters dealing with every-larger numbers, starting with the 'monad,' 1. Number three, four, seven, ten and twelve are a numbers of significance in many religions. The Trinity, Jesus rose on the third day, Jesus preached the gospel for three years are all examples of number three in Christianity. In the Bible we have four Evangelists and four horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Moreover, this number has a mystical meaning as well. It symbolizes the Sun. Itis the symbol of the human being and spiritual revelation of man. It represents the unity through cohesion, action and reaction, cause and effect, the interior andexterior. It points to the absolute unity - God. Numerology 3. In Numerology meanings, the Number 3 symbolizes creativity and the inner child. If Numbers 1 and 2 represent the proverbial Father and Mother of the Universe, then Number 3 might well be called a product of that union – a child, filled with potential and hope. Evolution of the glyph. The use of three lines to denote the number 3 occurred in many writing systems, including some (like Roman and Chinese numerals) that are still in use.. In particular, that was also the original representation of 3 in the Brahmin Indians' numerical notation. However, during the Gupta Empire the sign was modified by the addition of a curve on each line. The number 3 is also associated with the prophetic. Get in-depth insight into YOUR Birthday number and its meaning in your life» Things Associated with the Number 3. In Tarot, the Empress card is associated with the number 3. The Empress card in the major arcana is indicative of abundance (maybe even excess) and a strong inner voice.