A Signpost From Jesus King of All Nations

Pope St. John Paul II in the Philippines in 1995

Pope St. John Paul II in the Philippines in 1995

Signposts

(I am working on a hefty post. When I have gotten that up, I will give you several pieces on my travels thus far. Meantime, I loved this little piece by our friend, Dan Lynch. He originally proposed it for “Ordinary Miracles,” but I thought it was better suited for signposts. It highlights the ancient Hebrews imputing symbolic meanings for various numbers. “7” represents perfection, as noted here. “6” represents imperfection, “3” represents fullness. Though it does not jump out to the modern eye, the ancient Hebrews would have immediately recognized the number of the beast, 666, as representing the fullness of imperfection. Several readers here have noted that God’s rainbow for Noah has seven colors – while the new gay flag rainbow only has six. I don’t know if God, the satan, or both are getting a chuckle out of the fact that the gay flag rainbow symbolizes imperfection as contrasted with the perfection of God’s rainbow. I know I got a chuckle from it. – CJ)

By Dan Lynch

Recently I saw an amazing signpost from Jesus King of All Nations.
As I was driving on an Interstate highway through a southern state, I was thinking about a great celebration of faith that occurred at Manila in the Philippines in 1994 when I spoke on a stage before a congregation of over 1 million people.

We were celebrating the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the event began with a nationally televised procession of 75 large numbered statues of Our Lady, ending with the two images of the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Jesus King of All Nations. Jesus was last bearing the number 77. It looked like He had a football jersey on.
As I recalled this event, I started praying to Jesus, “That was a great celebration and I was so happy that you bore the double perfect number of 77. Seven is the perfect number and you doubled it as a sign of your two perfect divine and human natures! Well done Jesus! Don’t ever let me forget to call #77 in an emergency.”

Just as I said that last sentence in my prayer, I looked past my wife out the car window and saw a road sign. It said, “In an Emergency Call # 77.” It did not say, “Call 911.” It said, “Call #77”, the double perfect number of Jesus King All Nations.
Jesus is always listening to our thoughts and prayers and waits for our call. But, don’t wait for an emergency to call upon Him, you can call upon Him now, just like I did, and He will be there for you!
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About charliej373

Charlie Johnston is a former newspaper editor, radio talk show host and political consultant. From Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012, he walked 3,200 miles across the country, sleeping in the woods, meeting people and praying as he went. He has received prophetic visitation all his life, which he has vetted through a trio of priests over the last 20 years, and now speaks publicly about on this site. Yet he emphasizes that we find God most surely through the ordinary, doing the little things we should with faith and fidelity. Hence the name, The Next Right Step. The visitations inform his work, but are not the focus of it. He lives in the Archdiocese of Denver in the United States.
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55 Responses to A Signpost From Jesus King of All Nations

  1. mmbev says:

    I knew the meaning of the numbers, but I had never realized the difference between God’s rainbow and the “so called gay rainbow’. I am so delighted to know this. I dislike the stealing of God’s sign in the heavens so I quit looking as soon as I see the other. That’s why I probably didn’t notice. Silly as it may seem, i can’t say how happy this makes me! Thank you, thank you.

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    • connie says:

      i feel the same way Bev, and I too quit looking at those awful rainbows, but after reading this, I wanted to put God’s rainbow (numbering the colors 1-7) on a sign in my yard or put it on a T-shirt!

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      • Murt. says:

        A conundrum within a ditto methinks. If I had the funds I would buy you a factory and set you up in business. Never know though there may well be some bright spark on here who will bankroll you………….

        On a personal note though. I won’t tell those I come in contact with this thing of numbers. We had but two choices in our vote here, one seemed sufficient to carry the day. I think I will just stick to Fire and Brimstone as it seems to make people think.

        Godspeed, Murt.

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        • connie says:

          Yes, I am disgusted, Murt, and I want to call down fire and brimstone as the sons of thunder did also but I also want to be defiant by being the light they want to snuff out!

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      • Mick says:

        Connie and MMBev, yes Yes YES! Now I feel as if I can reclaim the rainbow from those who have misappropriated it! I can enjoy the rainbow again… the real one with seven colors.

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  2. johnmcfarm says:

    What a wonderful story Dan, thanks!!!

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  3. Joseph77 says:

    Dan, thank you for the wonderful post! I’m very happy to learn the difference between God’s rainbow, seven colors, the homosexual, six colors. But, the miserable speck of dust that I am is more than a little embarrassed, humiliated and upset that, recently, to sign my name differently from another Joseph who posted comments here, I spontaneously added 77 after my name! Wish I could go hide in a hole somewhere–77 I am not!

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  4. Amy says:

    Awesome!

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  5. vicardwm says:

    So 37 could represent the fullness of perfection? That has mysteriously always been my favorite number.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Yes, vicar, it would absolutely represent the fullness of perfection…though 777 would represent it as well. They used multiples, too – 9, for example, was three threes…so it represented a particularly intense fullness. It is fascinating to read up a little on this, though on the dark side, these common symbolic meanings eventually led to cabalism which imputed secret knowledge to numbers, which is an abuse and a form of divination.

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    • Kim Johnston Hocutt says:

      I use this number a lot, it is in my email, when I was a waitress we had to choose a clock number, that is the one I chose, I use it a LOT, I did not know this about it!

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    • SteveBC says:

      Vicardwm, that’s very cool. I just received a $37.00 refund from an organization just out of the blue. I had not asked for it. Now you tell me it means the fullness of perfection. Neat! 🙂

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  6. Mack says:

    I’m also happy to learn about the 6 versus 7 colors. I checked the history and the original gay flag had 8 colors, then it was 7 for a short while. The funny thing is that it was reduced to 6 colors because of this:

    “In 1979 the flag was modified again. When hung vertically from the lamp posts of San Francisco’s Market Street, the center stripe was obscured by the post itself. Changing the flag design to one with an even number of stripes was the easiest way to rectify this, so the turquoise stripe was dropped, which resulted in a six stripe version of the flag — red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet.” [from Wikipedia]

    The color dropped was indigo. I tried to find its symbolism, and there are different ideas out there, but some think the meaning of indigo is to represent, truth, faithfulness, stability, wisdom, discipline–no wonder the gay movement dropped it! Also the dark blue is often used to depict Mary, so no wonder they don’t want her, the Mother of Pure Love.

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  7. Just a note on the 77. For everyday talk we abbreviate the years by the decades of each century, i.e. “the crash of ’29” or “the student revolts of ’68” and so on. Jews use the millennia instead and so they reduce the year to three numbers, for instance 5670 would be ‘670. I was told those numbers also have a Hebrew name. Now we are in year 5775 of the Jewish calendar, next year is 776 which is “Freedom” (I am not making this up! think of 1776) and the next year is 777 which is “Melek” or “King.” Does that suggest to your mind the Rescue (liberation) and Christ the King? here’s another association I made, it’s related to the 60’s. 😀

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    • charliej373 says:

      Wow, another I had never heard before, Carlos, but very intriguing. Thanks!

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      • There are no numbers in Hebrew as the alphabet doubles as numbers giving each character a numerical value. Each Hebrew character has a pictorial meaning as well, there are layers of rich meaning to each character.
        When it comes to representing dates in the calendar (not the fruit) they also represent an image, revealing God’s design for that particular year. AYIN HEY means “75” in Hebrew – ayin (eyes) meaning 70 and hey (behold!) , 5.
        Ayin’s pictorial meaning for this decade’s theme. Ayin (70) 2010 is ayin, 2011 is ayin aleph, 2012 is ayin bet, 2013 is ayin gimel and so forth. The word means – eye or to see, and by association, to understand and obey, to mind, (in the same sense we use in English the expression “see that it is done so…” or “watch your step, ” and also most importantly Divine Providence, God minding, watching, seeing that His will be done.
        So the current year 775 is “Watch-behold.” Which reminds me of Jesus’ words “What I say to you I say to all: keep on the (AYIN HEY) watch!”

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        • Anne says:

          Hey Carlos …. So interesting. The year of Mercy is Freedom……. Only today in Adoration I realized more fully the world is running……. All trapped as they do not know where to run to ……. WHO……… To run to,,,,.,!! Hopefully in year of Mercy they will know.

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          • I think many will repent like St Thomas once the Lord makes His presence evident to all mankind. We all depend on God’s mercy for our salvation. The problem is to become aware of the need.

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    • Mary N says:

      Carlos, that is fascinating!

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    • Mary W. says:

      What you bring to life on this blog is truly amazing Carlos. Thank you for all this knowledge put into perspective for us.

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      • Thank you, Mary. Just a small note on those numbers and meanings. God made a good and orderly universe, He made all things to serve His Sacred Will. In His wisdom He laid out a numeric matrix (I don’t know any better way to put it in words) which is the hidden structure that rules all things. Many have found God by exploring the marvelous order of Mathematics or Physics, for instance. Now one thing we should never do is to try to second guess what has not been revealed to us through numbers i.e. numerology, magic, or cabbalistic divination. We can use numbers to “see the future” when those numbers are obvious signposts. For instance if my Timex says it’s 3 p.m. I can safely conclude that in the lapse of one hour it will be 4 p.m. There is nothing esoteric there! If prophet Ezekiel says that the Messiah will show up 70 weeks of years after Israel returns from exile … then there is no sin in counting the years to that day like a child counts the days left until Christmas. God is executing His salvation plan in order and one has to be prudent not to try to be smarter that God and guess what He has not revealed. First because that is foolish and impossible: all we know is in our head because God allowed us to learn it. Since God exists in the eternal realm and we don’t, by definition we cannot “surprise” Him. Unlike Him who is in control of everything, we are creatures of circumstance. He is God forever and ever. Whoever tries to access the things hidden by God is being mislead like the Millerists or the Jehovah’s Witnesses, all of them well intended fools.
        Having said that … the characters in the Hebrew alphabet, the names of men and women in Sacred History, the numbers of things in the Sacred Liturgy (both Mosaic and Christian,) the dates that God has appointed for certain events (like the birth and death of the saints, or the feasts of the Church;) all of that is open for us to see as a rich tapestry that we understand more and more as the wisdom of God enters our soul and we grow into perfection aided by His Holy Spirit. That is there not for us to presume we are wiser than others but to observe the unfathomably deep wisdom of the Almighty Creator, and our nearly infinite smallness. We learn from the name of Israel this lesson: the word starts with the smallest letter, the YOD and ends with the largest letter the LAMED (also referred to as “The King” because of its size and its position in the exact center of the alphabet.) That is to teach that Israel depends on God for survival (Yisrael means “the fight belongs to God,” or more clearly “God prevails.”)
        We must see these signs as proof of the awesome power and wisdom of God, and use them wisely to humbly work our salvation as God Himself intended us to do. “The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but the things revealed belong to us and to our sons forever, that we may observe all the words of this law.” (Deuteronomy 29:29)

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  8. Dan, thanks for sharing this story. Love it! Jesus is indeed always there for us. Here’s a little symmetry from this morning so I can return the favor:

    I added three more stones at the base of the tree at Sweetwater today. One for the sojourners, one for the seekers of wisdom, and one for the faithful pack horses. Taken as all three combined, one more for the expedition guides.

    While setting them down on the pile near the base, I noticed some of those golden skins the cicadas shed when they’ve outgrown them. One, then two, on the tree bark just above the pile, with a few more as I looked up the tree.

    Well, it looks like the monsoon season is coming early to Arizona and I’m sure it going to be a doozy, but so necessary for all the little critters, plus cleansing of the air and replenishing water in the waterways and reservoirs.

    I counted those skins from roots up towards the nook with the image that reminds me of Our Lady of Tepeyac (Guadalupe). 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 6?

    I took off my sunglasses and carefully recounted.

    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. There were exactly 7.

    Jesus, we trust in You.

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  9. mvislander says:

    A prayer need from all prayer warriors. My mom who has been struggling with Lewy bodies dementia for 8 yrs was rushed to the ER Monday night because she couldn’t breathe. The doc told us that this was it and she wouldn’t last the night. But, my mom has a mean left hook and a jaw of granite and left the ICU last night but her prognosis is poor as she has lost her gag reflex and food and liquids end up in her lungs. The hospital doesn’t want to feed her other than with intravenous fluids and is suggesting sending her home with hospice care. I just want to do what is right for her but feel unsure about the next steps. Please pray for her and guidance from our Heavenly Father. God Bless everyone.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Prayers going up for you Mom, Mvis. It is a sorrowful, difficult time we went through with my Mother. Keep the faith and do the best you can – and God’s grace will reveal itself even in the sorrows.

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    • Kim Johnston Hocutt says:

      I will pray
      To St . Joseph to send you and your mother comfort, mv, I say this because my mom got to meet him before she passed, she went very easy and peacefully, but I will pray for healing also!

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    • Praying to St Andrew for your mother’s health and to guide you through this hour. God bless.

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    • the phoenix says:

      Joining you in prayer, mvislander …

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    • Petra says:

      If they send your mom home with hospice the hospice will not provide her with food and water and she probably will die of dehydration. They will not take her in hospice or send her home with a nasal feeding tube, since these notoriously “back up” sending liquid into the esophagus and throat and the liquid is aspirated into the lungs, causing pneumonia. If she gets aspiration pneumonia, they will balk at giving her antibiotics for it. They will not want to give her a gastric feeding tube (into the stomach) because of her condition (her dementia). It is because it will prolong her life, not because medically she could not take it. If she did have a gastric feeding tube to supply nutrients and water hospice would accept her.
      You should insist they keep her on the IV until you can contact someone and get good advice. Contact Ron Panzer or Julie Grimstad at the Hospice Patient’s Alliance ( a pro-life organization) at (616) 866-9127 (Michigan phone.) Also, try to contact someone at the National Catholic Bioethics Center for advice. They have a 24/7 emergency hotline: (215) 877-2660, 24 hours/day — 7 days/week. Whatever you do, don’t let anyone sign a POLST, which takes away your Health Care Power of Attorney rights and allows the Physician to determine end of life care (non-care).

      I’m not sure what can be done for your mom since her gag and swallow are gone. If they remove the IV and send her home to hospice, find a PRO-LIFE hospice (ask the Hospice Patient’s Alliance for a referral) who will continue to try to give her very thickened liquids by mouth and try to help her swallow it (by stroking her throat). They may also give her oral antibiotics if she develops pneumonia. (You are allowed to change hospices (I think one time) if you don’t like the first one you get.) Anyway, do what you can and pray God will assist you.

      Of course, make sure a priest comes, pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for her (I will do so as soon as I finish this comment) and say the Creed and Act of Contrition so she can hear you or in her ear. Bless her with holy water, and let her hold a small crucifix. Pray a rosary at her bedside. I will include her in my prayers for First Friday tomorrow. God be with you.

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      • Petra says:

        mvislander: I knew I forgot something – they will want to put her on a morphine drip. DO NOT ALLOW THIS! They give them too much and hasten death. They use the Catholic “loophole” that giving medication that may cause or hasten death is okay, so long as the INTENTION was not to hasten or cause death. Be careful of this!!! They overdose them. They promote giving morphine by saying it eases their breathing (by relaxing the diaphragm making breathing less laborious), which it does. However, often times this is really passive euthanasia. Allow them only to give shots of or sublingual (under the tongue) morphine as her breathing becomes more shallow and rapid and your mom seems to struggle for breath, and only allow them to administer 1 ml at a time. They will want to administer more, but don’t let them.

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        • Mary W. says:

          I have gone through these dilemmas when dealing with the deaths of my mom and sister who passed away in what I would call good catholic hospitals, some 30 years ago now. There was a time, and not long ago, when people passed away in their homes with very limited professional oversight. Why, I ask can we not take this in our own hands and let them pass at home, if at all possible?

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      • Petra says:

        mvislander: Sorry, Julie Grimstad is with Pro-Life Healthcare Alliance which is based in Minneapolis, 651-484-1040.

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    • Mary N says:

      Prayers for you and your mom, mvislander.

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    • Going through this with my mom now; she’s hanging by a thread in a similar situation. I will pray for you to make the right decision. I have been making those tough decisions over and over, step by step, for over a year now as her condition progressively worsened (by the way, this is why Charlie’s “take the next right step” resonated with me. I have been forced to do this, minute by minute). I know what doubt and fear and guilt you are going through; It is rough! You want to do the right thing, you want to spare her suffering, you want to give her every minute of life she is entitled to, you want to listen to the doctors but you are also afraid they aren’t really on your mom’s side (some are, some aren’t) and you don’t have enough medical knowledge to know who is telling you the truth and who isn’t. Get some advice from a good pro-life source. And take time to rest and get refreshed whenever you can. We will all be praying for you and for her.

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    • Mick says:

      I’ll pray right now, Mvislander.

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  10. Mary N says:

    Hi Dan and Charlie,
    Thank you for your article. Have you seen the picture of the White House draped with the colors of the gay flag? http://www.politico.com/story/2015/06/white-house-set-aglow-with-rainbow-pride-119490.html

    I wanted to comment on this because it chills me to the bone that the White House displayed the colors of the gay flag rainbow across its facade. When a conquering army takes over another country one of the things they do is displace the current flag with their own. That the president, who holds the highest authority in the land draped the White House in these colors is highly symbolic to say the least. The “leader” of this conquering army must have been very proud indeed to have his colors displayed on the building that houses this nation’s highest authority. This is much more meaningful than it seems.

    The rainbow (God’s) signified His covenant relationship with man. Scott Hahn has done some great work explaining the importance of these covenants in both the Old and New Testament. It is an early prefiguration which points to a later covenant that God would make with man. Marriage is also a covenant and points to union with God after we die. The gay flag rainbow with its six colors is a mockery of God’s covenant relationship with man. I doubt this was the intention of the person/persons who designed the gay flag but it was most certainly the intention of satan. You could say it’s his signature to pervert that which is holy.

    That there are six colors rather than seven on the flag is interesting for the reasons you stated here as well as the fact that a covenant implies an oath. All the covenants came with oaths and the Hebrew word for “oath” is “shevah,” which means “to seven oneself”.

    And the Latin word for oath? Sacramentum. Here’s an article that explains the relationship between covenant and sacrament: http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/resources/sacraments/sacraments/covenant-sacraments-divinely-linked/
    and another good one which gives us an idea of the seriousness of what this country has done is:
    http://www.focusonthefamily.com/marriage/gods-design-for-marriage/marriage-gods-idea/reflecting-our-relationship-with-god

    I’m really horrified. We have slapped our mockery of God and His Sacraments on the building that houses the highest office of man in this country. In a symbolic way we basically supplanted God’s law with man’s law, (after all, we did this in the highest judicial office as well).

    I can’t shake the horror from my bones at what we’ve unleashed.

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    • the phoenix says:

      And on a literary level, in JRR Tolkien’s book, Gandalf the Grey confronts his once-friend who once was Saruman the White … only, Saruman had turned to evil, and somewhere along the way had changed the colors of his robe to rainbow colors, and started calling himself “Saruman of many colors” to symbolize and flaunt his supposed new power.

      “For I am Saruman the Wise, Saruman Ring-maker, Saruman of Many Colours!’

      I looked then and saw that his robes, which had seemed white, were not so, but were woven of all colours, and if he moved they shimmered and changed hue so that the eye was bewildered.

      I liked white better,’ I said.

      White!’ he sneered. ‘It serves as a beginning. White cloth may be dyed. The white page can be overwritten; and the white light can be broken.’

      In which case it is no longer white,’ said I. ‘And he that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom.’ – Gandalf”

      ― J.R.R. Tolkien

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    • Petra says:

      The White House has only 6 colors, not the 7 of the rainbow.

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    • “When you see the abomination of desolation >i>standing where it ought not …”

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    • Mary N says:

      I just wanted to add to my comment above about the symbolic manner in which this country supplanted God’s law with its own. If you will allow it, Charlie – it’s a Protestant link but I found it on Spirit Daily today and it encapsulates my words and expresses much more clearly why I was horrified by the actions of The Supreme Court and The White House : http://www.wnd.com/2015/07/jonathan-cahn-end-of-christian-america-is-here/print/

      I hope people will read it. I know it may seem like a relatively small thing to some people but on a spiritual level it’s enormous. Because we are both physical and spiritual beings all our words and actions affect both the physical and spiritual realm and we will be reaping chaos after our latest actions. May God have mercy on us.

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  11. CrewDog says:

    I’m not a regular Rick Joyner Fan but I do “check-in” on occasion. I think this message “dovetails” with Charlie’s and other’s messages and is worth watching. Yeah! He is an Evangelical Protestant but he is Not anti-Catholic!
    http://www.morningstartv.com/prophetic-perspective-current-events/keep-going

    GOD SAVE ALL HERE!!

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  12. Jose says:

    I do not think that it is correct to say that 6 is a number that represents “imperfection”. Quite the contrary. The number 6 is a perfect number, from a theological and also from a scientific/mathematical point of view.

    In fact, Saint Augustine (Father and Doctor of the Church) declared in “City of God”:
    “Six is a number perfect in itself, and not because God created all things in six days; rather, the converse is true. God created all things in six days because the number is perfect.”

    From the purely mathematical point of view, the number 6 is the first of all the perfect numbers:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfect_number

    The number could be considered imperfect, because of its association with the Beast, is the number 666, which is a totally different number from 6.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Jose, here is a brief piece on the symbolic value of numbers in ancient Israel. I just went to it because I don’t have anything readily at hand and looked up the first thing I could find on the web. I do not use Wikipedia for citations, because it is unreliable, put up by various users. It is a great place to begin an investigation, because there is usually solid info intermixed with misinformation. But that 6 was the symbol of imperfection in Jewish symbology is well-established and common knowledge among scholars of ancient history. I did not cite what St. Augustine said about it, but what it meant in ancient Jewish symbolism. Look at any site that specializes in ancient history, pick up a solid historical book on the subject – and that Jews used it as a symbol for imperfection is not doubtful, it is a simple fact.

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      • Jose says:

        Ah OK. Well, I don’t know anything about ancient Jewish symbolism because I am Catholic, not Jewish. So it was not obvious to me what you were getting that from. I only knew what Saint Augustine had to say the number 6, which is more pertinent to Catholicism (in my opinion). But thanks for the clarification.

        Regarding Wikipidea, when it comes to mathematics, it is pretty reliable because it is impossible to lie about math. I’m a professional mathematician (PhD in Mathematics) and I use it all the time. And when talking to non-mathematicians, I find that Wikipedia is often times more accessible to them than technical mathematical websites or books. The fact that 6 is a perfect number is also a simple fact that all mathematicians around the world know.

        But now I see that you were specifically referring to ancient Jewish symbolism… so both St Augustine and pure mathematics are out… Thanks for the clarification. 🙂 Have a blessed day! And a happy Fourth of July!
        God bless,
        Jose.

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        • charliej373 says:

          The mathematics thing makes sense, Jose. Pretty tough to put an ideological spin on that. But the historical, scientific and biographical stuff on Wikipedia is often VERY skechy. Even so, it is a great place to START an investigation, so long as you go to actual original source materials.

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  13. Bluetriangle says:

    This is a fascinating discussion! It may interest some of you to know that the double seven is associated with two words we use to describe Jesus: Christ and Lord. By replacing each letter in these titles with their positional value in the alphabet (eg, A/1, B/2, Z/26), then summing the numbers, as in Roman numerals, we obtain 77 for Christ and 49 (7 x 7) for Lord. ‘Jesus’ is 74.

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