Golden Anniversary Number Belongs to Venus

Golden Anniversary number is of the 7x 7 number square

Golden Anniversary Number Belongs to Venus. Does Venus have a number by which you can call on her? Yes. To find the Golden Anniversary number, look at its number square. The 7 x 7 belongs to Venus. Each of the ancient 7 planets had its own square of numbers. Sandro Botticelli painted the featured picture.  It is entitled: Geboorte van Venus (1485–1486). Translated from Dutch: Birth of Venus. The painting contains 7 real flesh and blood figures. Botticelli  invokes the 7 of this number square. Its dimensions, pictured below, are 7 x 7.

Now let’s see where the silver and gold anniversaries come from. Of course, Venus is the goddess of  Love. Any 2 opposite numbers total 50. That is the number of the Golden Anniversary. The number of the Silver Anniversary, 25, sits at the center. Good news: Once you reach 25, by this ancient planetary model of Venus, you have a clear shot at 50.

Golden Anniversary Number
Any two opposite numbers total 50. For example: 22 + 28. Another opposite set, 23 + 27. Another is 28 + 12 etc. The silver 25 anniversary is at the center.

But wait. The 7 x 7 number square goes further. All its numbers, added  together, total 1225. Remember 12/25 is Christmas Day.

Christmas and the 7 x 7 Number Square – DSO Works

Golden Anniversary Number Defines the Jubilee Year

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The 50th Jubilee year is a time of freedom for all. So are the basic tenets of America and all freedom loving countries.

What is the Jubilee Year?

The jubilee year is defined in the Bible. It is found in Leviticus 25:8, 10. At the end of seven Sabbatical cycles the year was celebrated. All slaves were freed. Real property was returned to its hereditary owner. The scripture says: “You shall number seven sabbaticals….making 49 years…And you shall sanctify the 50th year, and proclaim liberty throughout the land…It shall be a jubilee to you.

Here’s wishing everybody a happy silver and golden anniversary- and much more this upcoming year. Feel free to share with friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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