Number seven has been significant since the ancient times. Historically, it has played a significant role in societies, cultures, religions, and even psychology. Number Seven is mostly associated with luck as well as with magical and mythical properties. Religions such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, all place major significance on the number Seven. 

In the Old Testament the world was created in six days and God rested on the Seventh, creating the basis of the Seven-Day week. In the New Testament the number Seven symbolizes the unity of the four corners of the Earth. The Koran speaks of Seven heavens and Muslim pilgrims walk around the Kaaba in Mecca Seven times. In Hinduism there are Seven higher worlds and Seven underworlds, and in Buddhism the newborn Buddha rises and takes Seven steps. In Sufism, it is the Seven Stages (Cities) of Love that is travelled to bring the “Loved and the Beloved” together and make them a Whole and Holly One!

Spiritually, it is believed that completeness and perfection can only be achieved through the exercise of number Seven in all things in life. Even though the significance of number seven largely is from its direct connection to the genesis of all things by God, the most famous of all worldly examples of it are the Seven wonders of the world, namely the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, the Statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, the Colossus of Rhodes, and the Lighthouse of Alexandria. 

In addition to the spiritual reasons, many of us find number Seven fascinating, even magical. It is this combination of cultural, historical, religious, numerical, and psychological factors that contribute to the allure of the number Seven and the power it renders upon our decisions. For Seven is an Angelic Number that represents the right blend of our spirituality and practicality.

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