Behind Triangles and The Number Three:
Since prehistoric time, the world has always been obsessed with religion and superstitious beliefs. We have so many people in this world who exercise their freedom and follow life in their own way. Sometimes people even carve out their own explanation about theories. To the point where empirical experts would label such theories as conspiracies. Oh no! conspiracy theories, let me just stop here and turn off my device. . . If you haven’t already then you are one of the many open minded individuals that will not allow the mainstream media to downplay this word. Congrats!
Anyways, back to regular programming, most of us have heard about the Bermuda Triangle and the triple sixes – 666. The fact is, theories almost always revolve around shapes and numbers. If you dare to dig deeper into the rabbit hole, it could lead you to the new world order, the illuminati, the pentagon theory, and even down to the roots of Christianity through the Holy Trinity — the father, the son and the holy spirit. Whatever it may be, there’s no doubt that this grabs any audience’s attention, but the fact is that people are so attached to these mysterious that they can’t live without certain mystic beliefs.
Today’s blog is about the theory behind the triangle shape and the number three and how it has fascinated mystics since the inception of the world. Keep reading if you want to discover why there’s so much mysticism behind the triangle and the number three:
Where did it all started from?
For a long time, triangles have been the center of discussion in this world. It dates back thousands of years and has a profound interest of this current generation. Triangles are widely considered as a symbol of Christianity because of the Holy Trinity, but the big question is whether this is the only definition for it or not? The triangle shape is not only seen in Christianity, but it’s actually very famous and widely recognized within Freemasonry and the Egyptian culture.
People have always attached themselves to beliefs that bring self-empowerment which is why some people wear triangle shaped jewelry. This is just the beginning of the triangle connotation. Triangles have multiple meanings such as manifestation, gender, proportion, culmination, illumination, integration etc.. The triangle shape in itself describes many things that were once lost in translation, such as the element symbols: fire, water, air and earth. In all actuality, the elements symbols are triangle shaped and can be directly linked to the following Archangels: Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Uriel. Hummm. . . quite interesting? Triangles have embedded their mysticism everywhere, from the Bermuda triangle, to the drastic assumption that it’s Satan favorite shape.
Can we have different meanings for inverted shapes too?
Well, yes of course! Even inverted triangles have different meanings. Some believe that inverted triangles mean cave, passive or even for the lunar eclipse. When a triangle is erected at the same time, there are different assumptions. So anyone can imagine how important the meanings of these shapes have come up to us in the modern day.
The Number Three:
The number three is one of the most widely used numbers in Christian mythology and beliefs. Notions of mysticism are obviously attached to it but the truth is that orthodox Christianity also stresses on the number three. In various passages of the Bible we see that the number three has been mentioned. Noah having three sons as well as Peter denying Jesus three times is also an example of how the number three is somehow important. Truth is, no one really knows the root of the mysticism behind the number three or the triangle shape, but the more talk about it the more we can understand and come closer to its intended meaning.