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Namba 13

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Bujibuji, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. Bujibuji

    Bujibuji JF-Expert Member

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    Kwanini namba hii inahusishwa na uchawi na si namba nyingine yoyote?
  2. Nazjaz

    Nazjaz JF-Expert Member

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    The word “Triskaidekaphobia” is made up
    the Greek words:
    tris (meaning “three”), kai (meaning “and”)
    deka (meaning “ten”) and
    phobia (meaning “fear”).
    Paraskavedekatriaphobia -
    the fear of Friday the thirteenth.
    Friday the 13th can only occur in months
    starting with Sunday.
    Triskaidekaphilia means someone who
    believes number 13 to be a lucky number.
    Discover The Meaning of Number 13.
    Why 13 is an unlucky number.... -
    and why 13 may be a lucky number...
    Number 13 and the Last Supper
    It is considered to be bad luck by many in
    the Western culture to dine with 13 people
    at the table.
    This may be because of the Last Supper -
    Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve disciples
    betrayed Jesus.
  3. Kitty Galore

    Kitty Galore JF-Expert Member

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    hii namba haswa kwenye mahotel huwa wanaikwepa sana, lakini kuna nchi nyingine ipo ila namba 20 hawaweki, kwa hiyo inategemea na imani za nchi tofauti tofauti, huku Africa tunaiga tu kutokuweka hiyo namba
  4. Bujibuji

    Bujibuji JF-Expert Member

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    13: A Secret Number of Sacred
    We are told that 13 is an unlucky
    number. The date Friday the 13th
    is taboo because the Knights
    Templar were arrested and
    condemned by the seneschals of
    Philippe IV, King of France, in a
    "pre-dawn raid" on Friday, October
    13th, 1307. The number 13 has
    been shunned for centuries. Some
    architects omit the 13th floor from
    office buildings to this very day. Is
    it possible that the folklore
    associated with the number 13 is
    absolutely apocryphal? Or that it
    has become a demonized numeral
    precisely because it was sacred in
    pre-Christian times? Think about it.
    It is an oddly recurring sum. 12
    apostles and a messiah. 12 Knights
    of the Round Table and King
    Arthur. The number 13 recurs too
    consistently in such significant
    contexts to be purely arbitrary. And
    of course, it’s not.
    13 was a number central to certain
    traditions of sacred geometry,
    because it reflected a pattern
    which could be seen to exist in
    man, nature, and the heavens. For
    instance, there are 13 major joints
    in your body. There are 13 lunar
    cycles in a solar year, and the
    moon travels 13 degrees across
    the sky every day. Six circles placed
    around a seventh central circle is a
    model of geometric efficiency and
    perfection in the second
    dimension that has been known to
    mathematicians for ages. But this
    same configuration in three
    dimensions consists of 12 spheres
    arranged around one central
    sphere, making 13 in all - the most
    compact three-dimensional
    arrangement recurrent in nature. A
    commentator writing about the
    Aztec calendar once said that,
    "Thirteen is a basic structural unit
    in nature. It means the attracting
    center around which elements
    focus and collect." Is this, then, the
    reason for Christ’s 12 disciples,
    King Arthur’s 12 knights, or the 12
    major constellations in relation to
    our sun? The likelihood seems
    great indeed.
    that the
    number 13
    played a
    role in the
    by the
    and that the
    Vatican wished to keep this from
    coming to light, does it not follow
    that they purposely chose Friday
    the 13th as the date upon which
    to arrest the Templars? In many
    traditions, Friday is a holy day. If
    our assumptions are correct,
    Friday the 13th would be doubly
    sacred to the Templars. This may
    well have constituted the Church’s
    final "screw you" to the Order
    whose power they so feared and
    13 is of particular interest to us
    because of Tracy Twyman’s work
    on the "Golden Calendar", which is
    based on multiples of 13, such as
    26 and 52. Interestingly, our
    modern calendar still bears
    vestiges of this, and retains the
    concept of 52 weeks in a calendar
    year. According to the website, the Aztec
    century was based on a unit of 52
    years, and native people in South
    America, who believed in an
    impending apocalypse that would
    occur on a certain date, would,
    "ritually demolish and destroy their
    civilization every 52 years", as a
    sort of "dress rehearsal." The glyph
    which represents both the start
    and end of the Aztec calendar is
    known as "13 Cane", and
    symbolizes the death of one cycles,
    followed by the birth of another -
    the Alpha and Omega. Strangely,
    this is very much what the 13th
    rune - called "Eiwaz" - means in the
    Northern European mythos. It
    represents the balance point
    between light and dark, the
    creative force and the destructive
    force, or the heavens and the
    Underworld. It too is the Alpha and
    Omega at the same time. It
    signifies death, but it also signifies
    eternal life. In the traditional tarot
    deck, the 13th card is the Death
    card. It also represents not merely
    death, but rebirth and renewal.
    These were obviously pivotal
    concepts to ancient cultures, the
    understanding of which has faded
    down the centuries. But isn’t it
    remarkable that this specific
    notion always seems to be
    associated with the number 13,
    even in cultures as seemingly
    dissimilar as those of Northern
    Europe and South America?
    It is
    interesting to
    note that
    although the
    13th rune
    was the
    central rune
    in the oldest
    alphabet, and
    the symbol
    around which
    all the others
    were ordered;
    by the time the second runic
    alphabet emerged, the "Eiwaz"
    rune was absent. What this seems
    to indicate is that even in very
    ancient times, this symbol so
    representative of the world-view
    central to Northern European
    thought had vanished due to the
    fact that the idea it represented
    had also been lost. This idea seems
    to constitute some ancient
    understanding of Hermetic
    thought. Of course, the idea didn’t
    simply disappear, it was kept alive
    by certain initiates who preserved
    and passed down the secrets of an
    esoteric tradition. Perhaps this is
    why the number 13 has always
    been associated with magic and
    the occult, and why it is a number
    perceived to possess some
    mysterious yet tangible power. It is
    an emblem of a secret knowledge,
    a knowledge which does indeed
    confer power upon those
    conversant with it. It is a
    knowledge that religious
    orthodoxies have long feared and
    tried to suppress. 13 may be
    perceived as unlucky to those who
    fear the secret gnosis it represents,
    but for adherents of that gnosis it
    is (as it always was), a sacred
  5. Kiranja Mkuu

    Kiranja Mkuu JF-Expert Member

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    watu mnaacha kumuamini muumba wenu mnaanza kuamini namba
  6. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    Kwenye dollar kuna vi-13 kibao. Thirteen arrows, thirteen stars, thirteen bars, thirteen fruits, yaani hii kumi na tatu sijui ni nini.
  7. Roulette

    Roulette JF-Expert Member

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    Sio kwamba wanaamini namba, sema tu kuna namba fulani zinakua na maana yake. mfrano: mbona humwmbii mtoto kua utahesabu hadi saba awe amemaliza? unasema tatu ao tano ao kumi. sasa huo ni mfano mdogo. Imagin katika bibilia wanasema Israel ilikua na kabila 12, alafu ya 12 ikapotea. ilikua no watoto 12 wa Jacob (akiwemo Josef) na wa 13 ndio Benjamin. Pia wanasema Yesu alikua na wafwasi 12, yeye mwenyewe wa 13. wanasema watu 144000 watatawala pamoja na Mungu kesho ahera. hiyo ni 12 X 12 elfu plus moja: Mungu Mwenyewe. Mwaka una miezi 12 na zote 12 ndio mwaka 1. pia kuna namba 7: siku za wiki ni 7, waislamu wanasema kuna mbingu 7, bibiblia inasema msamehe mtu mara 77 X 7 etc. kwa hiyo utake usitake kuna baadhi ya namba zinakua na maana yake symbolic na ni vizuri kujua maana hizo. kama huoni faida kwako mwenyewe, at least jaribu kujua ni namba ipi unaweza kutumia ili message yako isitafsiriwe visivyo.
  8. MaxShimba

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    Safi sana mkuu
  9. Lawkeys

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    The Knights Templars were the holders and keepers of the ancient occult knowledge which owes its history as far back to the Babylon Empire. That is why 13 is associated with the Knights. The Knights has a knitted link with the Church, that is why the religious leaders continued to retain the symbolism. After the Church doing away (technically) with the Knights, Jesuits took over to foster the same mission. The Jesuits played a pivotal role in the formation of Freemassonry. And freemassonry gave birth to a quite number of secret societies such as the illuminat, skul and bones, the knights of malta, the Knights of collumbus, Rotterers and etc. The 13 steps in the pyramid on the US one dollar, 13 arrows and etc epresents the occult order.Each Secret Society belongs to a specific order. I speculate, the upper the step in the order depends on members occult a. K. a Luciferian knowledge.The top in the order, clearly demonstrated by the All Seeing Eye on top of the pyramid which stands for Lucifer, and below him is the head of the church. Though confusingly the so called head of the church are two one is known as black ( ), the head of the secret society of the church who is believed to be the most powerful man on earth.Source: