Since the appearance of the numbers and humanity first began to count, numbers and destiny have always gone hand in hand. Our fascination with the numbers started even when we were babies counting on our fingers. Then there are the days of the week, the months of the year, the planet, and the stars and onwards to infinity. Numbers are also potentially intriguing in the world of tattoos as tattoo elements. Many people decide to get a tattoo design with the number they considered being lucky for them, which can be called numerology superstition.
For instance, Johnny Depp has the no. Three tattooed on his left hand, on the web between the thumb and forefinger. The famous football player David Beckham has his lucky Roman numeral ‘VII.’ Some of the numbers are profoundly and especially important for us, like for instance, birthdays, anniversaries with loved ones, etc. There is a whole range of possibilities when we decide to get this kind of a tattoo, but the most important thing is to be familiar with the meaning behind each of them.
Numbers from 0 to 9 and infinity are known as ‘Arabic numerals,’ and every one of these numbers has a hidden meaning behind it. No. 7 belongs to the group of the most significant and symbolic numbers. Individuals very often choose this number as a tattoo design. Since the beginning of time, this no. Seven has had a special place in most civilizations. He is being considered as a magical number, the no. Seven fascinates and intrigues. There are various meanings behind no. 7.
Meaning of the no. 7:
Every day, we come across the number seven. Sometimes, we don’t even realize it, but it is part of our everyday life: the seven days of the week or the seven colors of the rainbow. This design is also considered as a particularly strong symbol. Moreover, in many cultures, it is deemed to be beneficial and protective. Its mystical aspect opened the door to many beliefs and superstitions. Number 7 is often considered to be a sacred number and bears within it something spiritual, eternal. In numerology, this number is sacred and symbolizes wisdom. Bellow, there is a list of other meanings of the number 7:
- No. 7 is the number that stands for perfection, security, safety, and rest.
- Seven is the number that contains three of the heavens and soul with the number four of the earth and body.
- Among the Pythagoreans, the number 7 was known as “the Septad.”
- There are seven colors of the rainbow, and Isaac Newton identified the seven colors of the rainbow as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
- Seven notes belong to the diatonic scale.
- In the Roman numeral system, there are seven letters.
- Seven circles form the symbol called “The Seed of Life.” The Seed of Life symbolizes the six days of creation where the central circle symbolizes the day of rest.
- No. 7 is known as a lucky number.
No. 7 in astrology: In the universe of the stars, the no. 7 has a special place too. Indeed, it corresponds to the number of planets and to the metals that are commonly associated with them, namely:
- Mars and iron
- Venus and copper
- Saturn and lead
- Jupiter and tin
- Mercury and mercury
- The Moon and silver
- The Sun and gold
No. 7 in religious beliefs
This number is also a mystical number that can be found in many sacred books such as the Bible, the Torah, or the Kabbalah. Here are a few examples:
First the seven capital sins and the seven catholic Sacraments;
Next, the seven days resulting in the Creation of the World mentioned in the Bible;
Finally, the seven chakras in Hinduism;
That is the reason why the number seven is also associated with divine perfection.
No. 7 as Civilizations progressed
Going back in ancient time, particularly Ancient Egypt, many – notably religious – edifices were built respecting the proportions linked to the following numbers:
- 3: represents a symbol of equilibrium and trinity, which confers on it a spiritual and even divine character.
- 4: represents a symbol of the material and terrestrial world.
- 7: stands for the result of the sum of the other two numbers, finds a place between the two worlds, the world of life, and the world of death. It stands for completeness and the aspect of things well done.
At the same time, this design brings to mind the 7 Wonders of the World.
There is a whole range of different tattoo designs that include the number 7. The “number tattoos” is usually perfect for a small tattoo that can be placed wherever we want it. As we mentioned before, there is a strong symbolism connected with this lucky number design, but at the end of the day, it can mean whatever you want it.