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Tzolk’in Mayan Calendar Countdown December 12, 2012

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Today is the 12th day in the final 20 day Kin cycle of the traditional Long Count system of the Mayan Calendar. Ending this winter solstice on December 21, 2012, the last Kin of the cycle contains the Mayan sign of Ajaw, (also Ahaw, Ajpuu, or Ahau) meaning Lord. This represents a day of complete Universal Unity. In addition to the energy signature for December 21st is tone 4 which represents the solidifying of new creations. The day after the solstice, December 22, is ruled by the sign Imix (also Imox) which represents the True Birth, where all new primal realities have truly begun manifestation.

Below is a list of each day with their tones and signs (also called glyphs) for the ending of this Mayan cycle:

Wednesday 12:12:12 = (long count day numbering)
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13 Tone Mayan Calendar Countdown December 10, 2012

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Today begins the last tonal cycle of the Mayan Calender period that ends this Winter Solstice, December 21, 2012. The Mayan calendar is made up of several various cycles, one predominant one being the cycle of the 13 tones. For each day there is an overarching energy signature representing one of the 13 galactic tones. There are 12 different tones as well as a 13th tone that encompasses all previous 12 energies. Winter solstice this year falls on the 12th tone, the end of the tonal cycle. The day after the solstice is Zero Point – the void in between the old and new. The first seven tones are grounded in the realities of practical Earth experience. The last six tones anchor universal cosmic energies to the Earth. Stepping outside of the Gregorian calendar mentality and contemplating time in terms of other calendar systems can help break up limiting…

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Numerology and meaning of 10. May 31, 2012

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The number 10/1 brings all sorts of new changes into your life, and there seems to be an element of luck within those energies.  Through this vibration you have the insight to recognize and understand the needs of humanity, and the ability to bring peace and harmony to all.



Leadership, confidence, optimism, energy, independence, creative power and every, success, original, adaptable, individualisation, determination.


October is the month of 10. Many people this month will make ‘snap decisions’ to change their lives in a big, positive way or are finally stepping out of old situations and/or circumstances, into new, better-suited ones.  Things that have been hanging in the air for some time now are gathering momentum and coming to fruition … and this is due to the energies of October, which is a ’10 / 1’ month  – the number 1 being the number of new beginnings and of forging forward, and the 0 amplifying the vibrations of the number 1.  Many will be looking for ‘confirmation’ of their soul-urges and life-paths and will follow their callings and life missions and purposes.

1 being the number of ‘new’ is the number from which all manifestation begins.  It is the energy that begins all actions and leads the way in new directions. New ideas, new projects and the desire for expansion are attributes of the number 1, which encourages you to go forth with courage, originality and decisiveness throughout the month of October.

October is the month to take charge of your life!  The month of 1 gives you permission to take back your personal power in a most positive way.  The energy of October is: ‘This is my life.  I deserve to be happy.  I have the power to make myself happy.’

October is the month to deal with and resolve any issues that may have been bothering you over the last few months.  If you’ve been feeling anti-social of late, October is the month to reconnect with estranged family members, an old friend (or friends) and acquaintances that you may have lost touch with due to various reasons.

October is a wonderful month to kick-start a new health, exercise and well-being regime, as the energies of October encourages you to take extra special care of yourself.  You deserve it!

If you are in a relationship that is not happy and fulfilling, October is the month to have a serious discussion with your partner and let them know what your real needs are and how you truly feel.  If your partner will not listen and just doesn’t hear you, October is the month to cut your losses and walk away.  End it once and for all.

If the relationship is important to you, work on letting your partner know exactly what your needs are.  During October, words are especially powerful  –  use them wisely.

October is an ‘action’ month, so make the most of this time.  By month’s end you will find yourself in a much stronger position on a physical, mental and spiritual level.

October may pose to be quite an interesting, life-changing month … but nothing that can’t be overcome and mastered.


  • Symbol of the matter in harmony – 4 + 6.
  • Represent the Creator and the creation, 3 + 7, the Trinity resting in the expressed universe.
  • For Pythagoras, 10 was the symbol of the universe and it also expressed the whole of human knowledge.
  • Sum of 5 + 5, the number 10 represents the two opposite current directions of the conscience: involution and evolution.
  • According to H.- P. Blavatsky, the 1 followed by 0 indicates the column and the circle, meaning the principle of the female and male, and this symbol would refer to the Androgyne nature and also to Jehovah, being at the same time male and female.
  • The zero in the form of circle is a symbol of unit, completing then the meaning of the number 1 to show that the number 10 contains all preceding numbers as a whole contains its parts.
  • Represent the first couple, the marriage: 1 = the man, 0 the egg fertilized by the 1. The ten gives the indication of a spiritual regression since the marriage is a consequence of the fall of the man.
  • The number ten is regarded as the most perfect of numbers, because it contains the Unit that did it all, and the zero, symbol of the matter and the Chaos, of which all came out; it then includes in its figure the created and the non-created, the beginning and the end, the power and the force, the life and the nothing.
  • It represents the straightness in the faith because it is the first number “in extension” (of two digits), just as hundred and thousand, explains Hugues of Saint-Victor.
  • According to Agrippa, “ten is called the number of all or universal, and the complete number marking the full course of life.” Also he attributes to it a sence of totality, the achievement, the return to the unit after the development of the cycle of the first nine numbers.
  • Represent the revelation and the Divine Law.
  • At the Mayas, it represents the end of a cycle and the beginning of another. The ten was regarded as being the number of the life and the death.
  • In China, the cross represents the number 10 – as the totality of the numbers.

It’s “5” Day… :-)

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The number 5


  • It is the number of the harmony and the balance. It is also the number of the divine grace.
  • The number 5 is a characteristic of the man. First, according to the Cabal, it is the number of the perfect Man (got rid from his animal side). According to the Bible, it is the symbol of the Man-God by the five wounds of the Christ on cross (for this reason, it is also considered as the number of the grace). But it is also associated to the man in general (2 + 3) having an unstable character of duality, 2, in spite of his divinity, 3. The 5 is also found on the human body: the five fingers of the hand and feet, the five senses (touch, taste, sense of smell, hearing and the sight), the five members (two arms, two legs and the head, the bust being the center), the five bones forming the metacarpus, the metatarse and the brain-pan, etc.
  • Considerated as the mediator between God and the universe, the five is regarded as a symbol of the universe.
  • Symbol of the will’s divine.
  • Symbol of the perfection in the Mayas.
  • Symbol of the incarnated conscience – 4, Matter, + 1, Spirit.
  • Symbolize the force and the limits of the man in his control on the Universe.
  • According to Thibaut Of Langres, the number 5 is attributed to the world for some reasons. First because the world is moved following a circular movement, just as the 5 when we multiply it by itself or by the other odd ones returns periodically. Also it is called in this sense “periodical”. Five years make a lustre, from “lustrare” which means “to make the turn”. On the other hand, 5 is attributed to the world due to the fact that it is composed of the first even and odd, 2 and 3. The world indeed, that is to say the whole of things, increases by the male and the female – even is female and odd male.
  • In China, it is the number of the Center in addition to be considered as a male number amulet.
  • Number of the life and the nature, according to Aeppli.
  • Being the sum or rather the union of the first female number and the first male number, it is the symbol of creative life and erotic love according to Jung. But this one interprets also this number as that of the revolt.
  • A nuptial number for the Etruscans and Romans because it is the first number resulting from the addition the first female number and the first male number. For the same reason, C. Agrippa calls it the number of the marriage.
  • For H.- P. Blavatsky, “5 is the spirit of life and human love.”
  • Said to be the prevailing number in nature and art, 5 symbolizes Fire and the Stigmata.
  • Multi-talented and with many interests, 5’s are attractive, independent, free-thinking, fast moving, and potentially foot-loose.
  • 5 energies are often very sexual beings.
  • Resenting restrictions and responsibilities, 5’s can be reckless and self-indulgent.
The adventurer, courageous, passionate, responsive, quick to grasp and learn, sympathetic, great traveller and/or explorer.
The focus of 5 is to attain greater stability.  The law of 5 is ‘freedom in action’.


The number 5 is masculine, introvert and relates to the star sign Leo.  The related planet is Mercury and the Tarot Card representative of the 5 vibration is the Heirophant.


5 symbolizes curiosity, freedom and change, and represents the five senses of humanity.  5 is the pivotal point between the numbers 1 to 9.  The 5 represents a variety of experiences through its developed senses, and offers many opportunities for decisions for the future.  There is constant activity and curiosity about life for the 5 vibration.


The 5 individual will have the opportunity to learn the true meaning of change in their life.  Life for the 5 energy will be filled with freedom, constant change, curiosity, adventure and un-attachment.  The 5 energy will live more, see more and experience more life experiences than any other vibration.


The number 5 symbolizes the principle of multiplicity, progression and passion.  5 signifies the need for change, variety and new growth.  5 is the broadcaster – disseminating information and asking questions.  5 is a public number – outgoing, fast-moving and mercurial.  The 5 vibration is acting, daring, non-conventional, unpredictable and attracted by the physical senses and indulgences.  The 5 energy is pragmatic and opportunistic and can be very, very persuasive.


The 5 energy is the natural detective.  They are very intellectual, versatile, investigative and imaginative.  They are welcome to change and experience into their lives.  They need freedom of thought, action, ideas and lifestyles.  5 is unconventional and does not follow the crowd or the more accepted modes of life.  They need the freedom to be able to express themselves in their own way.  The 5 energy does not like confinement or routine and has the need for constant change and activity in their lives, which keep them in an ever-changing lifestyle.  There is great flexibility for the 5 energy person and this allows them to stop something and go off in an entirely different direction.  Their change of interest keeps them curious about life and everything in it.


The person with the 5 energy is playful and fun.  They need to explore their world, inside and out, and it is all about adventure and excitement.  The 5 loves to flirt and they are usually the life of the party.


5 is the number of freedom, fun and an adventure.  If people under the 5 vibration do not live their lives filled with adventure, their lives may become too ‘dramatic’, as they look for activity and will create chaos if bored.  People with the 5 energy have a hard time settling down and have a fear of being trapped and smothered, particularly in relationships.


Responsibility is not easy or comfortable for the 5 energy person, as responsibility requires routines and restrictions.  The freedom-loving 5 needs to delegate routine activities to others, and be free enough to satisfy their curiosity so that they can have personal freedom in every direction and on every level.  They love travel, sport, languages, arts, science and new people, places and things.


The 5 vibration loves pleasure and needs to watch over-indulgence and impulsiveness.  This impulsive nature allows them to enter a situation and be able to discard it just as easily.  The 5 energy does not hold onto anything that creates monotony in their life.  5 abhors routine and a dull, monotonous occupation is ‘death’ to them.


5 is the number of progress and growth, for without change there is stagnation.


The 5’s personal life may be full of unexpected change and variety.  At times they may experience too many changes at once, and this can make them scatter their energies.  This can lead to a lack of application and discipline, which leaves nothing of lasting value.


The outer-personality of 5 is witty, enthusiastic and full of activity.  They are a natural entertainer, using their natural traits of cleverness and charm.  Social activities are alive when the fun-loving 5 energy is present.  Life is never dull for the 5 energy and those around them.


The 5 energy appears to be outgoing and extrovert  –  but the natural introverted energy leads them to an interest in the unknown and metaphysical studies.


Relationships for the 5 person are always in transition and go through many changes.  They may have many acquaintances, but few lasting relationships.


A marriage relationship needs the recognition of the 5’s requirements in regards to freedom, change and activity.  Their partner needs to understand and accept that they need their personal freedom and cannot be clung to.


The 5 energy has a great flare for living, and enjoys the good things in life.  They are happy to share these with their partner.


Dependence is not a trait the 5 person enjoys at all.  Independence and freedom come more easily to them, especially when they have material wealth to go along with living life to the fullest.  Most anticipate challenge, and are able to accomplish the seemingly impossible.  The progressive 5 needs a good education, which allows them the freedom of abundance for living life to the full.


The 5 vibration needs to cultivate patience and tolerance, as they have a tendency to act and speak with haste and impatience.


The lesson for the 5 person is that ‘one must learn that true freedom can only come from within.’


All too often, the 5 seeks their freedom by moving away and turning their backs on all situations and people from which they can learn the most.

Numerology of 4… May 24, 2012

Number 4 is the most practical of all numbers.

You most likely have some of the following strengths and talents at your disposal if the numerology number 4 appears in your numerology chart:

You are practical, detail-oriented, organized, orderly, systematic, methodical, precise, reliable, punctual, dependable, honest, trustworthy, without artifice.

You are the rock and cornerstone of an enterprise, you don’t give up easily, you are perseverant and a hard worker.

Four: The symbolic meaning of number Four deals with stability and invokes the grounded nature of all things. Consider the four seasons, four directions, four elements all these amazingly powerful essences wrapped up in the nice square package of Four. Fours represent solidity, calmness, and home. A recurrence of Four in your life may signify the need to get back to your roots, center yourself, or even “plant” yourself. Fours also indicate a need for persistence and endurance.

Stability, Solidity, Endurance



Significance of the Number 11

Master number in Numerology.

11 has the traits and personality of the 1 twice, and when added (11 = 1+1 = 2) becomes a 2, thereby combining the most powerful male energy (the 1, Zeus) with the equally potent female energy (the 2, Hera). Considering that the 1 and the 2 are on opposite ends of the spectrum and the sum of their combined attributes pretty much overshadows all other attributes assigned to the numbers 3 through 9 you can perhaps imagine a merging of the strongest, most driven and aggressive warrior, an unstoppable masculine energy, with the supremacy of the most intuitive, feminine, and cunning goddess. And even that does not reveal the true essence of the 11 Master number: The 11 symbolizes the potential to push the limitations of the human experience into the stratosphere of the highest spiritual perception; the link between the mortal and the immortal; between man and spirit; between darkness and light; ignorance and enlightenment. This is the ultimate symbolic power of the 11.

he ability to reach spiritual enlightenment (the 11), makes it a reality in the material world (the 22), then uses it to lift others into enlightenment (the 33), reflecting the enormity of the gift of human life as symbolized by the three Master numbers.  Just as Numerology uses adding numbers, it also subtracts numbers looking for the difference between them — generally revealing what are called challenges or obstacles, and shortcomings you have to overcome. They represent the gaps between the stepping stones, bridges we have to build in order to continue on our path. In the case of the three Master numbers, the gap between 11 and 22 is 11 and the gap between 22 and 33 is also 11. This tells us that in order to move from the height of spiritual understanding as symbolized by the 11, we need to reach an even higher and more rounded experience of divine insight before we can apply our spiritual maturity in the material world, as reflected by the 22. And the final step, the ultimate divine reality of reaching the level of a true Master requires another superhuman boost of divine realization, this one symbolized by the number 33.


Numerology and Meaning

Eleven possesses the qualities of intuition, patience, honesty, sensitivity, and spirituality, and is idealistic. Others turn to people who are ‘Eleven’ for teaching and inspiration, and are usually uplifted by the experience.

The very basic and primaryunderstanding of the Number One is that of new beginnings and purity. When we see this digit doubled as with the 11 – then these attributes double in strength.

In numerology the number 11 represents:

  • Higher ideals
  • Invention
  • Refinement
  • Congruency
  • Balance
  • Fulfillment
  • Vision

The 11 carries a vibrational frequency of balance. It represents male and female equality. It contains both sun energy and moon energy simultaneously yet holding them both in perspective separate-ness. Perfect balance.

Consequently, constant reoccurances of number 11 in our lives often signal us to beaware of our balance:

  • Balance emotion, thought and spirit
  • Balance of masculine and feminine aspects
  • Balance of work and play

Elevens are magical messages asking us if we are centered or off kilter.

When we add 1+1 (eleven reduced) we get number two – which is also a balance number –Numeral two also deals with:

  • Equality
  • Justice
  • Calm
  • Kindness
  • Tact
  • Duality

Those who recognize the spiritual meaning of number Eleven in their lives are quitesensitive to vibrational frequencies matching these attributes above listed. Elevens appearing on a consistent bases is indicative of a reflective, thoughtful and intuitive soul.

Eleven presents itself to people who appear to be very psychically connected. I believe each time then number 11 if observed it is the Universe sending a message of:

  • Confirmation to maintain integrity
  • Enter into an open space of conscious awareness
  • Realign, reaffirm, re-establish (re-balance) ourselves

As we deal with energy in our lives it is integral to understand we are at once a part of it, and yet the option to separate from energetic forces is present. The spiritual meaning of number Eleven deals directly with our involvement with the progression of life. When it appears, it references both our ability to be objective and subjected to life events – it is how we enter through the doorway of choice that determines the purity of the outcome.


Numerology and Vibration of 12 May 23, 2012

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ImageNUMBER 12


Charismatic, self-reliant, fun-lover, good singer.

The number 12 is related to Pisces. The Tarot card is the Hanged Man.  It represents the completed cycle of experience and when an individual reincarnates as the number 12 they have completed a full cycle of experience and learned of the possibility of regeneration toward a higher consciousness.  They belong to a group of developed souls who have accumulated an unusual inner strength through many and varied lifetimes.  They may still, however, be hindered by old habits that need to be changed.  The soul then attracts what it needs as a learning experience.  A reversal of negative thoughts can bring about very favourable and positive effects, and can aid in achieving their goals and aspirations.

Number 12 warns of the necessity to be alert to every situation, to be suspicious of those who offer a high position and carefully analyse it, and to be aware of false flattery and those who use it to gain their own ends.  Number 12 represents the educational process on all levels, the submission of the will required and the sacrifice necessary to achieve knowledge and wisdom on both Spiritual and Intellectual levels.  When the intellect is sacrificed to the feelings, the mind will be illuminated with the answers it seeks.  Attention paid to requirements of education will end suffering and bring success.


Number 12 Day people are very versatile, energetic and professional in their work.  They have great mentally perceptive attributes and abilities when it comes to dealing with other people.  These people are family conscious and are open and friendly in their relationships, though at times they can be rather shy.  Number 12 Day people would be completely lost without their companion beside them.  They need a partner who is fairly free from hang-ups because they enjoy honesty in their communication.  They are attracted to people who are bright, happy, independent and quick on the uptake. 

Laughter is an important part of their lives and they frequently have a ready answer, which is usually very funny and witty.  They have inquiring minds and collect data on interesting subjects because they enjoy mental stimulation.  People fascinate them and they accumulate a wide range of knowledge about the world and its people.  They don’t like being told they cannot do something and would rather you keep your insecurities to yourself and allow them to live their lives as freely as possible.  The more talented they are, the more modest they become about their abilities.

12 Day Number people (particularly children) are cheeky, bubbly, popular, and oozing with charisma.  They often being talking earlier than other energies.  They do well if given freedom.

The charismatic and fun-loving 12 Day person is easily bored and needs constant goals to achieve.  The ‘go-getting’ 1 and the ‘sensitive’ 2 make this a very balanced number. 

Those born on the 12th make great singers.


The 12 Day person loves anything to do with home décor, and arts and crafts.  Men love tools or anything they can build, while women like ceramics or painting.  Anything used for entertaining is appreciated, such as a karaoke machine, champagne glasses, alcohol, CD’s and board games.  If you really want to impress the 12 energy, splurge on a weekend away or jewellery.


December is a month of ‘letting go of the old’ and ‘looking ahead to the new’.  This can be on both small and large scales, and it can/will affect all facets of life including family relations, partnerships, financials, careers and the like.  If anything has been bothering you these last few weeks (months, years …), December is a great time to deal with the issue and be done with them once and for all.  There is better and brighter for you just up ahead …

Being the 12th month, December’s vibration is that of the numbers 1, 2 and 3.

1 is the vibration of ‘new beginnings’ and starting things afresh.

The 2 vibration is about seeking ‘balance’ and that’s certainly something that many will struggle with  –  balancing the bank balance, balancing the food and beverage intake, balancing the emotions … balancing in every way.

The 2 energy also signifies the coming together of loved ones and family, and relationships of all kind are highlighted during December.  Some will be ‘re-confirmed’ and others may be put under serious scrutiny. The 2 energy also encourages you to tune into your emotional side and to express your feelings.  The 2 energy encourages ‘love’.

3 is to do with communications and expressing yourself on all levels, so make a point of making contact with family, friends and people you may have lost touch with over time.  Let them know how much you love them. As December is a month of communication, you must speak your mind.  Find creative ways to express yourself, eg. writing, singing, taking acting classes, whatever takes your fancy.  These are all good outlets for your energy this month as they bring increased activity and recognition.

December is a great month to stretch your creative muscle with Christmas as a wonderful excuse.  Think outside the square when considering gifts for loved ones, and if possible, hand-make or have made a special, well-thought-out gift.  It doesn’t have to be expensive to show love and appreciation for others.  Put your natural creative talents to action and allow the 3 energy to guide you along.

December is a month in which you may see your efforts begin to show fruit.  Your best results will be attained through a happy mind-set. You can expect delightful surprises and gratification in many areas of your life including business, career, friends and love.. You may find yourself quite busy with more social interaction. Seeds can be planted in the hearts and minds of those around you.

Throughout December you must believe in yourself and the ideas you have been carrying in your heart and mind, but not expressed.  Expression and creativity are highlighted.  Follow the strong desire for self-improvement in a simple and constructive way as December is a month when the intellect thirsts for expression and knowledge. 

DECEMBER  –  The Month You Were Born

Those born in December have a strong affinity to the number 12 (which is a higher vibration of 3). You are a practical philosopher who values a stable lifestyle. You are also a ‘lucky’ person and wealth and love find you easily. You may also have a very active social life. You sometimes ignore your responsibilities because you are so busy doing other things.


Significance of the number 12

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  • Twelve is the number of what is completed, which forms a whole, a perfect and harmonious unit. In the ancient civilizations, like Oriental and Judaic, it corresponds to the plenitude, the completion and the integrality of a thing. R. Allendy tells that it expresses the idea that the Universe forms a whole, associated with the idea of differentiation – 10 + 2.

  • Represent the manifestation of the Trinity to the four corners of the horizon – 3 X 4.

  • Symbolize the command and the good, and governs the space and the time, that is to say the operation of the Cosmos, from where its designation of cosmic number.

  • Symbol of material and spiritual food, because of the 12 breads which Jesus Christ broke to the Last Supper, Himself being the Bread of Life.

  • Number attributed to the government of the world or the cosmos.

  • It is the creative capacity, and in some religions, it expresses also the Divine Mother.


  • The twelve apostles of the Jesus Christ: Simon whom he called also Peter, Andrew, James and John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James son of Alphaeus, Simon called the Zealot, Jude son of James, and Judas Iscariot, replaced after the Ascension by Matthias. (Lk 6,12-16; Mt 10,2-4; Mk 3,16-19; Act 1,13)

  • A woman suffered haemorrhage since twelve years she was cured by Jesus. (Lk 8,40)

  • In the Revelation: the twelve gates of the celestial City (Rv 21,12); the twelve kinds of precious stone of the celestial City (Rv 21,19-20); the twelve stars of the crown that wears the woman (Rv 12,2); the trees of life, which bear twelve crops of fruit in a year, one in each month (Rv 22,2).

  • The twelve “minor” prophets of the Old Testament: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi.

  • The twelve son of Ishmael. (Gn 25,13-16 and 16,20)

  • The twelve great priests of Chronicles.

  • The twelve stones of the altar of the alliance. (Ex 24,4)

  • The twelve names engraved on the pectoral. (Ex 28,21)

  • The twelve loaves of permanent offering on the golden table. (Lv 24,5)

  • The twelve branches to confirm the choice of Aaron. (Nb 17,21)

  • The twelve explorers sent in Canaan. (Dt 1,23)

  • The twelve stones chosen by the twelve men in the Jordan to make a monument. (Jos 4,3)

  • The twelve administrators of Solomon for all Israel. (1 K 4,7)

  • The twelve oxen of the bronze Sea. (1 K 7,25)

  • The twelve strips made with the cloak of Ahijah. (1 K 11,30)

  • The twelve stones of the altar of Elijah. (1 K 18,31)

  • The sacrifices of the twelve animals. (Nb 7,87 and 29,17)

  • The three series of twelve silver bowls offered for the dedication of the altar. (Nb 7,84)

  • The twelve curses proclaimed by Moses to all men of Israel. (Dt 27,15-26)

  • The twelve springs of Elim. (Ex 15,27)

  • The twelve tributes of Israel: Judah, Reuben, Gad, Asher, Naphtali, Manasseh, Simeon, Levi, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph and Benjamin. (Rv 7,5-8)

  • The twelve years required for the young Israelis to be admitted as “son of the law”.

  • The twelve precious stones which were on the pectoral of the great Priest Aaron, brother of Moses.

  • The twelve son of Jacob. (Gn 46,8-25)


  • The twelve articles of the Creed.

  • The twelve promises make by Our Lord, to saint Marguerite Mary Alacoque, for those that would have a devotion to His Sacred Heart by practicing the first nine Fridays of the month.

  • God would have given to Moses not ten but twelve commandments. In addition, in the revelations of Maria Valtorta, Jesus declares that “if the Commandments of the Law are ten – Commandments given by God the Father to Moses on the Sinai (Ex 20) -, in reality they are twelve since that the Word of the Father, the eternal and infinitely perfect Wisdom, has completed and perfected the Law, teaching that commandments of the commandments are: ‘To love God of all yourself, and your neighbor as yourself’, because these two firsts and main commandments are, in reality, the base of life of the Ten, since the three firsts can not be practiced if you don’t love God of all yourself, of all your forces, of all your soul, and that the seven others can not be practiced if you don’t like the neighbor as yourself, without lacking to the love, to the justice and to the honesty towards what or anyone.”

  • In the visions of Maria Valtorta, Jesus explains that he sees represented in his twelve apostles choose by Him all the whole humanity and in which all the humanity is seen also gathered in his twelve apostles. In the French book “Parole d’Amour” (Word of Love), Jesus specifies by giving more precision: “Among myriads of men, twelve represents for Me all the humanity. And each man has one of these twelve spirits to follow. (…) My Church has twelve faces and there is only one that unites them all: the mine. Me only am for you the Perfection. And from Me, this unique Spirit is divided into twelve virtues for the man. Even if in you, you have all them, only one prevails and for you: it is the love. Here is the charisma by which the Holy Spirit leads you to Me. In other brothers, other virtues prevail, but all you assume yourselves in Me. This is why I tell you it: do not seek to act with another charisma that, while being in you, does not prevail on which my Father has given you, otherwise you will not succeed in your mission. That is be quite clear! John could not be Peter, neither Peter Philip, nor Philip James, neither James Andrew, nor Andrew Jude, neither Jude Thomas!.” And similarly that Juda, one of the Twelve, betrays Him, Jesus affirms – in private revelations of Maria Valtorta – in the proportion of one on twelve, one of us also betrays Him.

  • The twelve shepherds who see the Child Jesus in the crib during His birth: Elijah, Levi, Samuel, Jonah, Isaac, Tobit, Jonathas, Daniel, Simeon, John, Joseph and Benjamin, according to visions of Maria Valtorta.

  • At the three years old, the Virgin Mary entered to the Temple and she remained there for a period of twelve years.

  • According to the visions of Anne-Catherine Emmerich, after his temptation in the dessert, Jesus is served by 12 superior angels and 72 angels of lower level.

  • The twelve plagues which will knock the earth before come from the Messiah and his kingdom, according to the Apocalypse of Baruch of the writings of the library of Qumran.

  • In the appearances of the Virgin Mary to sister Mary-Danielle, named “Bush of Thorns”, Mary speaks about the twelve apostles of the last times who will be called to lead a combat for the truth: “They are these twelve that will restore the new Church which will resuscitate from the ancient. I will reign with them, because they will be the princes of the new Church.”

  • The twelve winds and their porticoes seen in the vision by Enoch, according to the Book of the calendar of writings of the library of Qumran.

  • The tradition reports that Joseph of Arimathea, who brought in Great Brittany the cup of the Holy Grail, had with him twelve knights.

  • The Testaments of the twelve patriarchs (from the writings of the library of Qumran), for each of twelve son of Jacob.

  • The twelve degrees of humility according to the holy monastic rule of saint Benoit.

  • The Buddhists recognize twelve causes of existence or Nidanas.

  • According to revelations of Isabelle David in her French book “2000 ans sur le chemin de la lumière” (2000 years on the path of the light), twelve Brothers and Sisters would be in permanent meditation on each continent. Some among them would be the luminous Beings.

  • Fabre of Olivet recognizes in the man twelve abilities, divided into six dualities: attention and perception, reflection and repetition, comparison and judgement, retention and memory, perception and comprehension, imagination and creation.

  • The twelve signs, or constellations, of the zodiac.

  • Receptacle of the good and the evil, the Egg of Osiris contained twelve white pyramids, symbol of the good, and twelve black pyramids, emblems of the evil, introduced by Typhoon.

  • The twelve “simple” letters of the Hebraic alphabet are the initials of the zodiacal names in Hebrew.

  • The twelve eras that the Earth crosses in 26000 years. At each of the twelve cycles of the humanity would incarnate a rescuer.

  • The twelve works of Hercules:

    1. Slay the Nemean Lion,
    2. Kill the Hydra,
    3. Capture the Cerynean Stag,
    4. Cage the Erymanthian Boar,
    5. Clean the Augean Stables,
    6. Kill the Stymphalian Birds,
    7. Claim the Mares of Diomedes,
    8. Pen the Cretan Bull,
    9. Take the Girdle of Hippolyte, the Amazon,
    10. Capture Geryon’s Cattle,
    11. Fetch the Golden Apples of Hesperides, and
    12. Capture Cerberus from the Gates of Tartaros.
  • The twelve animals of the Chinese horoscope: the Rat, the Ox, the Tiger, the Cat, the Dragon, the Snake, the Horse, the Goat, the Monkey, the Cock, the Dog and the Pig.

  • The twelve lunar years in the Chinese lunar calendar forming the complete cycle which lasts sixty years.

  • There are twelve principal divinities in the Greek mythology.

  • The twelve names of the Sun in Sanskrit, which are pronounced such as the mantras.

  • In the Japanese cosmology, the Creator is sat on twelve sacred cushions.

  • There would be twelve Universe and the earth would belong the twelfth. And in this twelfth Universe, there would be twelve different solar systems.

  • The twelve petals of the Anahata Chakra located in the area of the heart and the twelve petals of the corolla of the Sahasrara Chakra located a the top of the head.

  • It is the number of proposals or verses of the Emerald Table, summarizing all the teaching of the Hermetic tradition. It is a document originating from Egypt, attributed to Hermes Trismegist.

  • According to some testimonies, there would be on the planet twelve rich families which would be at the base of a “secret government” whose their only goal would be to direct and to enslave the whole world by the power of money. This government would have a seizure on United Nations, the military, the agencies of information, the World Bank and of any tool making it possible to make and to act as they want. According to other sources, this secret government would be rather a meeting of multinational and thirteen rich families. Some authors see even in this secret government an analogy with the Beast of the Revelation.

  • The woman would carry her child during twelve months: three astral months and nine physical months.

  • Our solar system would be composed of twelve planets. There remains only one planet to be discovered by the man among the eleven remaining ones since one of them was destroyed. That orbiting beyond Pluto was discovery in 1993. That to discover would orbit between Mars and Jupiter. Both would have approximately the size of Mars planet.

  • Twelve is the number of the disciples accompanying the great Masters of the history: the 12 apostles of the Christ; the 12 disciples choose by Mahomet to spread his doctrine; the 12 minor flamines beside the Pontiff Maximus; the 12 first companions of St. Francis of Assisi; the 12 disciples of Confucius; the 12 disciples of Mithra; the 12 descendants of Ali; the 12 companions of Odin, with also the 12 goddesses for women; the 12 marshals of Napoleon.

  • In the Islamic religion, there are the twelve imams. The imam is the preferential intermediary between the men and God. For the Shiites, he should be descent of Ali, son-in-law of Mahomet. The twelfth imam having disappeared at age of four years old, in 260 of the Hegira (873), with the death of his father, he had no successor and he was considered alive.

  • The twelve gods of Egypt whose Hercules was the chief.

  • The twelve tables of the shield of Achilles which represent the social and the agricultural life during each month, starting with January.

  • The twelve “fevers” of the Russian popular tradition.

  • The twelve provinces that Râ visits each day by passing one hour in each one of them.

  • The twelve animals of the Chinese dances included in the ceremony of the change of year.

  • The twelve imposing rooms of the Scandinavian paradise.

  • The twelve virtues and the twelve vices of Our Lady of Paris.

  • The twelve solo circuits which made taking part the quadrigae in the races of tank of ancient Greece.

  • The twelve rooms of the Hell corresponding to the twelve nocturnal hours of the eschatologic doctrines of Valentine.

  • The twelve lions decorating the steps of the throne of Solomon in the Arab legends.

  • The twelve seats surrounding the throne of Odin.

  • Measured by the passage of the twelve moons (29 days and half each time), the lunar year counts only 354 days.

  • Twelve is the first number known as “abundant” since the sum of its dividers (aliquot parts) gives a result higher than 12: 1+2+3+4+6=16.

  • The twelve gates of the human body of the man – 2 eyes, 2 ears, 2 nostrils, the mouth, 2 breasts, the navel, the anus and the penis.

  • The human cell has twelve biochemical salts.

  • The twelve ganglions in the human body.

  • The pure light would be made up, not of 7, but of 12 colors.

  • The twelve semitones derived from the seven notes of the scale.

  • Birthday of marriage: linen or silk weddings.


  • The number 12 is used 189 times in the Bible.

  • The Gospel of Thomas uses on the whole 12 different numbers: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 24, 60, 99, 100, 120, 1000 and 10000. The sum of each of their individual occurrence gives as total 36.

  • The number 12 is used 7 times in the Koran. (Koran II,57; II,130; III,78; VII,159; VII,159; IX,36 and LXXXV,1)

  • The word Gehenna is used 12 times in the Bible, the 12 times in the NT. In the Gospel of John, 12 times the Christ is designated as the Son of Man.