Tomorrow to be the perfect day
TOMORROW is the supreme day of human knowledge, the ultimate day for those who do not fit into society’s traditional roles of male and female – and for the rest of us ordinary mortals, October 10, 2010, will be the perfect day.
The number 10 is regarded as the most perfect of numbers, philosophers, crystal ball gurus and writers have told us over the centuries.
This is because, they say, 10 contains the unit that did it all, and the zero, symbol of the matter and the chaos, of which all came out.
It then includes in its figure the created and the non-created, the beginning and the end, the power and the force, the life and the nothing.
According to Agrippa: “Ten is called the number of all or universal, and the complete number marking the full course of life”.
Also this Roman statesman and general says 10 attributes to it a sense of totality, the achievement, the return to the unit after the development of the cycle of the first nine numbers.
For the Mayas, it represents the end of a cycle and the beginning of another. They regarded 10 as being the number of the life and the death.
In China, the cross represents the number 10 – as the totality of the numbers.
Pythagoras proclaimed that 10 was the symbol of the universe and it also expressed the whole of human knowledge.
The Bible is full of 10s, covering The Commandments, The Lord’s Prayer is complete in 10 clauses and Noah completed the antediluvian age in the 10th generation from God.
And she of the perfect body, Playboy covergirl-turned-actor, Bo Derek, made Hollywood history when she filmed 10 opposite Dudley Moore.
If you take all the above seriously and your child is born tomorrow, expect a genius, a prophet – or just the perfect little kid – 10 out of 10.