The Bible numerology code number 9



Bible numerology number 9Most of the religions maintain numbers carry hidden meanings which are supposed to carry the secrets of universe. Every number is associated with gods, goddesses, gemstones, superstitions, colours, flowers etc. As such many people refer biblical numerology as it contains numerous achievements while Etchegoyen called it an expression of the power of the Holy Spirit. The number 9 is seen an eternal number of human immortality when it comes to freemasons.

The biblical number 9 was taken as sacred in Greece and Egypt as well. It is the last number of finalization and is therefore considered as the most complex and the number marking the full lighting up of numerical series. It is also the number of man and depicts gestation which is also a period of nine months. It is the number of hierarchy; it represented nine choruses of angels. It is also a favourable number associated to the eternity. Biblical number nine is a symbol of multitude and totality of human being according to Parmenides. It represents three divine manifestations through three plans which are world of spirit, world of soul, world of matter thus giving it a triple manifestation of 3 x 3.

According to bible, number 9 has got a lot of spiritual significance. When Jesus Christ was nailed on the cross, he expires at the ninth hour. Also Jesus appears a total of nine times to his apostles and disciplines after his resurrection. As specified by Saint Paul, there are nine spiritual gifts of God which are wisdom, knowledge, faith, gift of healing, to operate miracles, prophecy, discreetness of spirits, tongues and to interpret them. Also Saint Paul listed nine fruits of spirit which are love, joy. Peace, patience, kindness, goodness, truthfulness, gentleness and self control. Number nine is also associated with Hoshea, son of Elah who became king of Israel in Samaria and ruled for nine years. A very holy saying from Jesus Ben Sira in Ecclesiastic also supports the holiness of biblical number nine. He says, “There are nine things I can think of which strike me as happy and a tenth one which is now my tongue”.

The Biblical number 9 is the number of judgement. It also means fruit of spirit or the divine completeness from the father. Nine is the ultimate which contains the forces of all other numbers. Biblical number 9 stands for a complete cycle of growth. The nine generations from Adam to Noah (ninth from Adam) and Noah to Abraham (ninth from Noah) represents the stages of development and growth. Abram was ninety and nine years when he received covenant from God and his new name Abraham. Therefore symbolically his name reduces to number 9 indicating the period of time in which the spiritual cycle is completed. Also the addition of H to Abram’s carries a vibration 9.

The number 9 is also linked with Hecate who is the Queen of Witches. The number is considered to be the number of completion and that everything comes back to 3 x3 rule. The God and Goddess linked with this biblical number include Juno the Roman Goddess of abundance, Odin the father creator in Norse mythology and Luna who is the Roman Goddess of Moon. This number is symbolized by colours white and pearl. In Chinese mythology the number is associated with a magic square which has first nine single digits on number line. Number 9 is also said to be associated with silver, platinum, pearl and diamond and the flowers associated with this number are white roses, white carnations and lily of the valley.

There are many superstitions associated with this number, few of which are listed here. a person with number 9 is said to have blessed if he finds nine peas in a pond. An address with number 9 is said to bring happiness and long life. If you dream of number 9, you will soon be blessed with a child in your home. Tying 9 knots around the photo of an enemy will make them to give up the battle. Similarly tying nine knots in a strand of lover’s hair will make her to come to you. Biblical numerology of number 9 is the finality or the judgement. It is generally when at the time of judging a person and his works. Also, number 9 is used to define the perfect movement of God.

The biblical number 9 is a number of patience. It is the number of patience of harmony, meditation, inspiration and perfection of ideas. The number 9 is also a symbol of creation and represents that life is full of development and rhythm. Since 9 can be represented as 3 x 3, it denotes perfection, virile power. It is also the number of those who accomplish the divine will.