Hidden meanings of 20. What does repeatedly seeing 20 mean? What does 20 symbolize? Let's try to answers to these questions and more..
Symbolism of 20
Number associated to the resurrection or to the reincarnation, according to Creusot.
The number 20 is considered as ominous for saint Jerome because it indicates the universal fight, but it also represents the source of all energy of the world.
This number is represented in Hebrew by the letter caph, in form of opened hand, to seize and hold. The eleventh mystery of the Tarot, which corresponds to this letter, and consequently with this number, is "the Force" which expresses energy, the activity, the work, according to R. Allendy.
J. Boehme calls this number "the Devil", that is to say the material world opposed to the spiritual world.
Represent the God solar for the Mayas.
Represent "the fundamental differentiation which creates in the world two relatively antagonistic poles, and particularly the opposition: spirit-matter", according to R. Allendy.
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Facts about the number 20
4 2 8 6
Magic square of 20:
One month in the religious calendar Maya contained twenty days.
2 4 6 8
Mathematical base (vigesimal numeration) in which worked the Gallic and the Mayas.
The twenty volumes, named Nackas, of the Zend-Avesta (theological and philosophical books) which is the work of Zarathustra.
Anniversary of marriage: weddings of porcelain of China.
Number of characters of the alphabet of bards.
8 6 4 2
The devout of Krishna (whose it is told, in the Hindu religion, that he is one of the incarnations of Vichnou) prostrate, the face against ground, twenty times per day, in front of images of Krishna and in front of A.C. Bhaktivedante Swami Prabhupada, born in 1895, to who his believers attribute him a sixty of works, of which a translation of the "Bhagabad Gitâ" (The Song of the Blissful), poem Sanskrit of the 3rd century, in which is exposed the Hindu dogma of the universal soul - Atman.
6 8 2 4
According to the French book "La cybernétique des sens - ou si l'homme voulait" (The cybernetics of senses - or if the man wanted), Jose Jazan and John Rollet speak about "the Man factorial 5". They distinguish the "5 mental or subjective senses" and the "5 objective or physiological senses". These 10 senses act in two directions: from the man towards the outside and outside towards the man, giving 20 senses, as we have 4 times 5 fingers.