Secret meanings of the number 100

Secret meanings of 100. What does repeatedly seeing 100 mean? What does 100 symbolize? Let's try to answers to these questions and more..

Symbolism of 100

  • Number individualizing the part of a whole, which is itself only the part of a greater totality.
  • In the Christian literature, the number 100 appears as symbol of the celestial beatitude.
  • Symbolism of the martyrdom, according to saint Augustin.
  • This number corresponds to the Hebraic letter "qoph", and to the nineteenth mystery of the Tarot: the Sun, symbol of individuality.
  • It is the part of the part, the microcosm of the macrocosm, according to R. Allendy. It is also the individuality of the microcosm.

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Gematria of the Number 100

  • By using as correspondence table A=1, B=2, ..., Z=26, we find that, in French, "Verbe de Dieu" (Word of God) gives 100.
  • The numerical value of Hebrew word EMLKE meaning coronation, and MNI meaning god or divinity of the destiny, gives each one 100.

Facts about the number 100

  • An ancient Indian belief that we find in the Dîghanikâya refers to the progressive decline of the man marked by a continuous reduction in the human lifespan. At the period of the first Buddha, Vipassi, who made his appearance there are 91 Kalpa (that is to say 91 times 4320000000 of our mortal years), the human lifespan was 80000 years; at the second Buddha, Sikhi (there is 31 Kalpa), 70000 years, and so on. The seventh Buddha, Gautama, makes his appearance when the human life is not more than 100 years, that is to say reduced to its extreme limit.
  • The construction of the Great Pyramid lasted 100 years, according to Edgar Cayce.
  • In some occult sects, the numbers 1, 10 and 100 represent "the unit", or the "ordinal perfection". Thus the members of these communities would be divided by group of 100, each groups being supervised by a committee of 10 persons, these last one being also submitted to a chief. This hierarchical structure of direction is repeated as many time than necessary according to the total number of members of the community.
  • At the Peruvians at the time of Inti-Kapak (between 32th and 15th century before J.-C.) each groups of 100 persons was commanded by a centurion or Pachaka, 100 Pachakas by an Hurango and 100 Hurangos by a Hunno.
  • The second reigns of Napoleon lasted 100 days, from March 20 to June 22, 1815. It ended by the defeat of Waterloo.
  • It is told that one day a Franciscan, who was dead a few days earlier, appeared surrounded by burning flames to the brother Conrad of Offida who was in prayer. He implored him to relieve, by his prayers, the sufferings that he endured because, for some sins which he had committed, he had not had the time to expiate sufficiently and that he suffered very great sorrows in the purgatory. The brother Conrad recited immediately for him, a Pater with the Requiem, and the defunct, by feeling a great relief, prayed him to continue, which this one hurried to do. This soul, feeling his sufferings decreased, prayed him again to continue since he told: "your prayer is very powerful for God". Then the brother Conrad repeated until 100 times the Pater, and at the hundredth time, the defunct was delivered all his sorrows and entered in the glory of the Sky.
  • In the Koran, it is mentioned that the man and woman the culprits of adulteries will receive each one 100 blows of whip. (Koran XXIV,2)
  • Hundred Roman soldiers escorted Jesus during his condemnation when he crossed the city to go to the yard of Herod to then return to Pilate, according to the visions of Maria Valtorta. These same soldiers again escorted him during the bearing of the his Cross until the Golgotha.
  • There had 100 gates to Thebes, in Egypt, the third of 300 days of the oldest year.
  • The hundred eyes of Argus in the Greek mythology. This giant could sleep by keeping fifty eyes open. Hera had appointed him to the guards of the heifer Io. He remains synonymous of a vigilant supervisor.
  • The Divine Comedy of Dante, this one considered as being a great initiate, includes on the whole 100 songs of which 33 are devoted to the Purgatory, 33 to the Sky and 34 to the Hell.
  • According to the Gospel of Barnabas, chapter 34, Adam and Eve cried during 100 years their sin after their fall.

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