A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe: Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art, and Science - Chapter Seven: Heptad - Enchanting Virgin Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven: Heptad - Enchanting Virgin Summary and Analysis

Seven is the most revered number of ancient times. Its appeal is seen in modern times as well: Lucky number seven, seven-year itch and the seven angels before the throne. The Bible contains literally thousands of references to the number seven. Joshua's seven trumpeters circled Jericho. There were seven voyages of Sinbad. Clean animals were admitted onto Noah's ark by sevens if they were healthy; by twos if they were unhealthy. Today, many people believe that a dog's life equals seven years of that of a human. Seven created a comfortable rhythm. There are seven days in a week, the seventh of which is the Sabbath. Modern justice systems often have laws that reach their statue of limitations at the seven year mark.

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