Claude Meylan Tortue Rainbow
The seven colours of the rainbow and the seven notes of the diatonic scale reveal a regulator of vibration, vibration which are in more primitive traditions, the essence of the matter.
Seven corresponds to the seven days of the week, the seven planets, the seven degrees of perfection, the seven heavenly spheres or degrees, the seven petals of the rose, the seven heads of the Angkor cobra, the seven branches of the tree cosmic and sacrificial shamanism, etc.
Some are other sevenfold’s symbols; as rose to the seven petals evoke the seven heavens, seven angelic hierarchies, all perfect sets. Seven means all planetary and angelic orders, all the heavenly mansions, all of the moral order, and all energies mainly in the spiritual order. Amongst Egyptians, it was the symbol for eternal life. It symbolizes a complete cycle, a dynamic perfection, a positive renewal.
Combining the number four, which symbolizes the Earth (with its four cardinal points) and number three, symbolizing the sky, seven represents the whole universe in motion. It is universally the symbol of a whole, yet a whole in movement or in total dynamism.
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