Bible numerology number 2

Biblical numerology refers to the study of numbers in the Bible. The bible seems to use numbers in patterns or to teach a spiritual truth and many people put too much significance on Biblical numerology and to find a special meaning behind every number in the Bible. The number 2 talks of choices that one has to make and that duality of choices can cause danger and when these opposites meet, there is harmony. The Biblical Meaning of Number 2 deals with separation, things that are divided, or things that brings about division. The number 2 being the first number that can be divided it is regarded as the fundamental number for division. It has also been used while referring to discord and even war. Ruin and death are also believed to be connected with the biblical numerology number 2.

It is also believed that the early Christians did not like the number 2; they believed that it represented the division between human soul and God or even associated number 2 with Devil. Gods, associated with this number are: Greek Goddess of Grain – Ceres, Loki – the North God of Fertility, Frigga the Goddess of Norse Hearth, and famous Venus – Goddess of Love in Greek mythology. Gold, orange, peach, and tangerine are the colors associated with the biblical numerology number 2. Flowers related to biblical numerology number 2 are orange roses and lilies, freesias. Gemstones, which are associated with number 2: coral and gold (metal actually).

Various superstitions are also connected with the Biblical numerology number 2 which are like the beliefs that if you see two crows flying over your house it means there will be a wedding in your family, two holes in one sock are considered lucky and many more. Whether or not the numbers really have any significance is still debated in many places.


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