11.11 Unlocking the mysteries A Deep Dive into the History of Angel Numbers and their profound impact on our lives

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What are these angel numbers? Why we should believe in angel numbers? Are those numbers real? Who founded angel numbers? Are these angel numbers scams? So, people would ask these kind of questions about Angel numbers. It’s very important to have a better understanding before you involved with these angel numbers.

Life is full of numbers and their uses. Numbers are affecting our lives from your bank account balance to numbers that show on your watch. Understanding and taking control of numbers in your life are the keys to having a balanced life despite your view over mysterious theories. So, let’s explore how these angel numbers came to use and their theoretical impact throughout history. Most of the time, I have seen people who criticize these kinds of theories and beliefs. So, I also did an article about believing and convincing. Please check it if you are a person with doubts.

Earth and the universe as a whole system are too good to be based on just physical reality. So, there are some unknown theories of nature or the universe still unknown to us. If you carefully seek your lifetime, there should be some incidents and situations that you cannot explain with theories. Let me summarize to move forward on our discussion today.

Not “Everything has an explanation”

But “Everything can be explained if we want to”

It means, there are lots of odds everywhere and we can simply put them in a predefined explanation and ignore its extraordinary status. Doing it, won’t fulfil our honest curiosity.

So, let’s find the history of Angel numbers

The use of numbers and dates can be traced back to ancient Sumerian and Mesopotamian civilizations up to 4,000 BC. And also we could see those “uses” in Egyptian civilization as well. Despite not having enough data to assume, we can guess that those civilizations may know more than we do about the numbers. Practical examples of their precious uses of numbers in architecture that still we can track back into their knowledge and interest to use them accordingly.

Ziggurat Of Ur | Photo via Wikipedia/Wikimedia

In ancient Egypt, the Great Pyramid of Giza exemplifies a profound integration of numbers into architectural design. The pyramid’s dimensions, such as the ratio of its base perimeter to height, reflect mathematical precision, possibly symbolizing cosmic harmony or religious significance. Similarly, in Sumerian civilization, the ziggurat of Ur stands as a testament to numerical influence in architecture. The ziggurat’s stepped structure embodies mathematical proportions, serving not only as a monumental temple but also as a visual representation of religious beliefs intertwined with numerical principles. Both structures exemplify the ancient civilizations’ adept use of numbers to imbue their architectural creations with cultural and spiritual significance.

Pyramids of Giza | Photo Credit PickPik

Recorded history of angel numbers in use

The earliest recorded mention of what we now refer to as “angel numbers” can be traced back to the ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras, who lived around 570–495 BCE. While Pythagoras is renowned for his contributions to geometry, he also delved into the mystical and spiritual aspects of numbers. Pythagoras believed in the inherent significance of numbers and their role in the fabric of the universe. According to historical accounts, Pythagoras and his followers, known as the Pythagoreans, assigned mystical and symbolic meanings to different numbers, considering them to be divine messages. They believed that certain numbers held special significance and communicated spiritual insights. This early exploration of the mystical qualities of numbers by Pythagoras laid the foundation for the later development of numerology, including the concept of angel numbers, which suggests that specific number sequences convey divine guidance or messages from the spiritual realm.

Apart from being mathematicians, Pythagoras and his followers were experts in geometry. Geometry plays a crucial role in architecture as well. So, we have seen number and numerology influence in geometry applications like ancient architecture. You may refer above two widely spoken examples and hundreds of more throughout the globe ancient and new.

Angel numbers in the religious context

In a religious context, angel numbers are not highlighted as the religious perspective is always stuck with the power of a leader a god or a teacher. But it is not hard to sharpen some of the symbolic representations when we see through. So, Angel numbers, a concept found in various religious contexts, offer a captivating bridge between spirituality and numerology, with each culture weaving its unique interpretation. In Christianity, numbers like 7 and 12 are laden with biblical significance, symbolizing divine perfection and completeness. Some also show the significance of 13, representing Jesus and his disciples, symbolizing power and authority, a significance that persists to this day. Hindus delve into the Vedas, where numbers are intricately linked to cosmic energies and the intricate order of the universe. Kabbalah, a form of Jewish mysticism, ascribes profound meanings to numbers, associating them with spiritual insights. The recurrent appearance of specific numbers, believed to be angelic messages, resonates across these diverse traditions. For instance, the repetition of the number 111 may be seen as a call to spiritual awakening. These examples showcase the cross-cultural prevalence of interpreting numbers as divine signals, reinforcing the intriguing and universal nature of the concept of angel numbers.

Right before the digital era of angel numbers

Not very long time ago, in the 19th century, the exploration of symbolic meanings and the spiritual significance of numbers gained traction, influenced by a variety of thinkers, including those who developed upon Pythagorean theories. While Carl Jung is often associated with the 20th century, his ideas on archetypes and symbols had roots in the late 19th century. Some key figures who contributed to the development of ideas related to numbers and symbolism during this period as follows:

Carl Gustav Jung – Swiss Psychologist (1875 – 1961)

Probably the most notable character in this era was a psychologist. Although primarily associated with the 20th century, Jung’s exploration of archetypes, symbols, and the collective unconscious had its roots in the late 19th century. He delved into the psychological aspects of symbolism, emphasizing the universal nature of certain symbols and their impact on the human psyche.

Helena Blavatsky – Russian-American Author (1831 – 1891)

A co-founder of the Theosophical Society, Blavatsky’s writings explored the spiritual significance of symbols and numbers. Her work contributed to the esoteric and spiritual movements of the time.

Many other significant people made great contributions directly or indirectly to understanding the significance of numbers and their impact on human lives. In my shows and publications, I always say science is the language that we get help to understand the creation of God. So, maybe we are getting clues to have a better understanding of the divine power of God that we are dealing with.

Internet Sensation of Angel Numbers

Doreen Virtue is a prominent spiritual teacher and author, who has played a critical role in popularizing angel numbers through her books and workshops. Her work has inspired countless individuals to interpret recurring number patterns in their lives as messages of encouragement, reassurance, or direction. Similarly, Kyle Gray, a prominent figure in the field of angelic numerology, has contributed extensively to the understanding of angel numbers, shedding light on their spiritual significance and offering practical guidance on decoding their messages.

So the power of connectivity through the internet and social media just fed and fertile these concepts to reach 7 whopping billion people across the globe. Even though the concept of angel numbers has a divided opinion, it is a widely accepted and believed idea. In 2021, research showed that 13% of Americans do believe in angel numbers. Also, some stats estimate that 780 million people across the globe may believe in this concept.

Final thought by Bernard

In my understanding, most extraordinary things or maybe ordinary things won’t be effective as much as to everyone. For example, it is impossible to make a “vaccine” that works for every human on Earth without side effects and the same effectiveness. It’s the same truth with anything either religious beliefs or a vaccine a medicine a concept or a lifestyle. So, it is important to prepare your mindset to understand the mere truths of life such as “not knowing how much time left for ourselves and the importance of living our lives every moment”.

After realizing those conditions of life, people can choose their fits to enhance their life with materialistic abundance or experiences or good deeds or whatever makes them happy.

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