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Saturday, July 23, 2011

7Even " Michael and Biblical symbolism"

July 7, 2009. Michael Jackson signed his will on 7/7/02.
-- Michael Jackson's memorial was on 7/7/09 ... exactly 7 years after the will was signed.
-- Michael Jackson's two biggest hits -- "Black & White" and "Billie Jean" -- were each #1 for 7 weeks.
-- Michael's Never-land ranch address was 5225 Figueroa mtn rd  5+2=7 2+5=7  77
-- Michael Jackson's three biggest albums -- "Thriller," "Bad" and "Dangerous" -- each produced 7   top 40 hits.
-- Michael Jackson was the 7th of 9 children.
-- Michael Jackson was born in 1958 ... 19 + 58 = 77
-- Michael Jackson died on the 25th ... 2 + 5 = 7
-- Michael Jackson has 7 letters in his first and last name.
-- Michael Jackson trial ended on 7th day of jury deliberation
-- Michael Jackson ambulance that supposedly took him to the hospital had number 7 in it
-- Michael Jackson funeral was 70 days after he died
-- Michael Jackson accuser Evan Chandler killed himself on 11-5-09  11+5=16 1+6=7
7 is the number of perfection
7 or 777 God's number

The seven demons that came out of Mary Magdalene. (Lk 8,2)
The seven indictments to the scribes and to Pharisees announced by Jesus. (Mt 23,13-31)
The seven requests in the prayer of the Our-Father.
The seven words of Jesus pronounced on the cross:
The number 7 is used 507 times in the Bible.
Among the 365 different numbers found in the Bible, 7 are used only in the NT. They are the numbers 46, 84, 144, 276, 1260, 144000 and 200000000.
In the Gospel of saint John, the word week is used 7 times; there are 7 mentions of the Christ "I Am"; Here some explanations are necessary. 4 times in the Gospel of saint John we will read "I Am" (in Greek "ego eimi") pronounced by Jesus (Jn 8,24 and 8,28 and 8,58 and 13,19). By 3 other occasions, Jesus will say rather "It is Me", also translated in the Greek "ego eimi" (Jn 4,26 and 6,20 and 18,5-6). Those two mentions of the Christ are therefore equivalent: "I Am" = "It is Me". Also in the conversation of Vassula with Jesus, to verify the presence of This one, Vassula questions Him by saying "Jesus?", and Him to reply always by the affirmation "I Am" instead of "It is me", which is similar.
In the Gospel of saint John, by 7 times it is referred to the testimony of John the Baptist. The Gospel of saint John brings back also seven miracles of Jesus. The eighth, the miraculous fishing of chapter 21, has been added to the first writing. This same Gospel enumerates 7 appearances of Jesus Christ with his apostles and disciples after his resurrection. The word dreams is used 7 times in the NT. The name of Solomon is used 7 times in the Song of Songs book (Sagas well as the words "Girls of Jerusalem", Lebanon and love.
There are seven beatitudes that are proclaimed in the Revelation: 1,3; 14,13; 16,15; 19,9; 20,6; 22,7; 22,14;
The seven requests in the prayer of the Our-Father.
The seven words of Jesus pronounced on the cross:
My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? (Mt 27,46)
In truth I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise - to the good thief (Lk 23,43)
Father, into your hands I commit my spirit. (Lk 23,46)
Father, forgive them; they do not know what they are doing. (Lk 23,34)
Woman, this is your son, (to John): This is your mother. (Jn 19,26)
I am thirsty. (Jn 19,28)
It is fulfilled. (Jn 19,30)
The hunted demon brings back with him seven others more stronger than him.
The seven deacons of the primitive Church: Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas and Nicolaus. (Act 6,5)
The number seven is often used in the Revelation: the seven golden lamp-stands (Rv 1,12-20), the mystery of the seven stars (Rv 1,16-20), the seven seals (Rv 7 and , the seven letters addressed to the seven churches (Rv 2 and 3), the seven trumpets (Rv 8,6 and 11,15), the seven thunders (Rv 10,3-4), the seven kings (Rv 17,9), the seven heads of the Beast (Rv 13,1), the seven plagues of the seven bowls (Rv 15,5), etc. "Bush of thorn", during one of her visions, has understood that the seven lamps and the standard lamps mentioned in the Revelation, represented the seven principal Churches or Beliefs, that is to say: Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Muslim, Anglican, Protestant, etc.
The seven donations of the spirit of Yahweh: Wisdom, Insight, Counsel, Power, Knowledge, Piety, Fear of God. (Is 11,2-3)
The light of the seven days. (Is 30,26)
Ecclesiastics, chapter 17 verse 5, enumerates 7 senses in the human being that are, in addition to the five known senses, the intelligence and the word (Si 17,5). This verse does not appear in the Bible of Jerusalem. We find it however in some Greek manuscripts.
In Mt 25,35-36, Jesus enumerates six charitable actions that will be considered in the last Judgement for man salvation: to visit invalids, to quench the thirsty, to feed the hungry, to repurchase the captives or to visit prisoners, to dress those who are naked and to welcome foreigners. But to the 13th century, someone discovers in documents of Lactates a seventh act of mercy: to bury the deeds. This one was ratified in 1220 by the canonical collection of Raymond of Pena-fort.
The gift of the stupid will bring you no advantage, his eyes look for seven times as mush in return. (Si 20,14)
Solomon's wedding lasted seven days.
In psalms it is written: "Seven times a day I praise you for your upright judgements" (Ps 119,164) and again "which comes from the earth seven times refined" (Ps 12,7). The psalmist also talks about the seven clamours of God that appear in the celestial phenomena.
The seven psalms of penitence: 6, 31, 37, 50, 101, 129, 142.
The Leviticus prescribes a penitence of seven years for each sin.
Number of time that a leprous is sprinkled with the blood of a sparrow.
Number of days during someone was impure if it touched a corpse.
The mourning for the people of Israel lasted seven days. (Gn 50,10; Pst 16,24; Si 22,12)
The infidelity receives a sevenfold punishment.
They immolate generally seven animals of the same kinds. (Lv 23,18; Nb 23,1 and 28,11; Job 42,
The sprinklings are repeated seven times. (Lv 4,6; Nb 19,4)
The seven lamps and the seven nozzles on the golden standard lamp, in the vision of Zechariah. (Zc 4,2)
Zechariah speaks about the seven eyes of God which supervise all the peoples of the earth. (Zc 4,10)
The seven steps of the staircase of the southern porch of the temple of Ezekiel. (Ez 40,26)
The candlestick of Hebrews has seven branches.
Balaam erected seven altars. (Nb 23,4)
There are seven patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David.
Seven nations that had the promised earth were exterminated in front of Israel. (Dt 7,1)
There are seven weeks between Easter and the Pentecost. (Lv 23,15)
The jews easter holidays lasted seven days.
There are seven feast days of Tabernacles. (Lv 23,34)
The feast of the Dedication of the temple of Solomon succeeded immediately at the one of the Tabernacles and lasted seven days.
The seven priests carrying seven trumpets, during the catch of Jericho, have to walk, the seventh day, seven times around the city. (Jos 6,11-16)
The seven husbands that had Sarah, girl of Raguel, before marrying Tobias. Those previous husbands had been killed on their first wedding night by a demon. Tobias, thanks to an incense, escaped from it. (Tb 7,10-11)
The reign of David in Hebron lasted seven years. (1 K 2,11)
The friends of Job remained near him during seven days and seven nights to comfort him.
The construction of the Temple built by Solomon lasted seven years - 4th year to 11th year of his reign. It contained three squares and seven enclosures. (1 K 6,38)
Seven times, Elisha laid down on the child, and brought him back to life. (2 K 4,35)
The leprous Naaman dives seven times in the Jordan and then was cured. (2 K 5,14)
For though the upright falls seven times, he gets up again. (Pr 24,16)
The Lord prescribed to eat during seven days the unleavened breads. (Ex 12,15)
It takes seven days for the consecration of Aaron and his sons, and the altar. (Ex 29,35-37)
If you buy a Hebrew slave, he will serve six years; but on the seventh he will be free without anything to pay. The slaves were released the seventh year which corresponded to the Year of the Sabbath named also Year of Exemption. (Ex 21,2)
The Jewish year began in joy with the New Moon of the seventh month, the day of Trumpets.
During six years, you will sow the earth, and you will collect the product of it. But the seventh, you will let it to rest in fallow. (Ex 23,10-11)
The seven thin and fat cows, as well as the seven full and empty corns, seen in dream by the Pharaoh and interpreted by Joseph as being seven abundance years and seven years of famine. (Gn41,17)
Jacob served seven years for Rachel. (Gn 29,20)
Cain would be revenged seven times if someone killed him. (Gn 4,15)
Joseph remained in prison seven years when he was falsely accused to have slept with the woman of his master.
The seven ewes given in present to Abimelech by Abraham. (Gn 21,28)
The seven couples of each kinds of cattle which entered in the ark of Noah and were saved from the flood. (Gn 7,2)
On the seventh day, the Sabbath, God rested. (Gn 2,2)


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