Symbolic Spiritual Meaning of 555 and 5

Keep in mind that if I say that I saw 5’s today or in my dream that
you can’t just absolutely say with out a doubt that it means a certain
angel is around, or that it specifically means change is coming for me
or that it does not have a more literal meaning. I just wanted to give a
little reminder that often to translate a meaning you not only have to
look at the symbol but also the other symbols also given or the
situation you were in when you received the symbol or what has been
going on in your life at the time to try to get the correct meaning for

Also it is important to note, and because I know someone
will come and comment and say “It mean this or that specifically”, a
symbol that you are receiving can not be easily defined as to it’s
meaning. Why? Because some times that symbol and it’s meaning are JUST
FOR YOU or it is a code to trigger you. I recommend that before you go
with one of the below meanings that you take the time to meditate on the
number, ask for more details in a dream or ask for more symbols to be
shown to you to help you figure out the meaning that is specific to you.
If you didn’t understand what I just wrote then follow this link
because Archangel Michael explains it so perfectly.

“Number Sequences from the Angels” By Doreen Virtue…”The angels do
their best to get our attention and to communicate with us. In this way,
they help us heal our own lives. However, we often discount the signs
they give us, writing them off as mere coincidences or our imagination.
The angels say: “We can’t write our messages to you in the sky. You’ve
got to pay attention and believe when you see any patterns forming in
your life especially in response to any questions or prayers you’ve
posed. When you hear the same song repeatedly or see the same number
sequence, who do you think is behind this? Your angels, of course!”  ”

Now on to the 5’s…

New directions, excitement, change, adventure. Changes are coming about; accept them. Don’t let them become crisis situations.

Read an exerpt from Awakening the Lightworker Within to read about some one’s experience with the number 5.

It is the number of the harmony and the balance. It is also the number of the divine grace.

number 5 is a characteristic of the man. First, according to the Cabal,
it is the number of the perfect Man (got rid from his animal side).
According to the Bible, it is the symbol of the Man-God by the five
wounds of the Christ on cross (for this reason, it is also considered as
the number of the grace). But it is also associated to the man in
general (2 + 3) having an unstable character of duality, 2, in spite of
his divinity, 3. The 5 is also found on the human body: the five fingers
of the hand and feet, the five senses (touch, taste, sense of smell,
hearing and the sight), the five members (two arms, two legs and the
head, the bust being the center), the five bones forming the metacarpus,
the metatarse and the brain-pan, etc.

Considerated as the mediator between God and the universe, the five is regarded as a symbol of the universe.

Symbol of the will’s divine.

Symbol of the perfection in the Mayas.

Symbol of the incarnated conscience – 4, Matter, + 1, Spirit.

Symbolize the force and the limits of the man in his control on the Universe.

to Thibaut Of Langres, the number 5 is attributed to the world for some
reasons. First because the world is moved following a circular
movement, just as the 5 when we multiply it by itself or by the other
odd ones returns periodically. Also it is called in this sense
“periodical”. Five years make a lustre, from “lustrare” which means “to
make the turn”. On the other hand, 5 is attributed to the world due to
the fact that it is composed of the first even and odd, 2 and 3. The
world indeed, that is to say the whole of things, increases by the male
and the female – even is female and odd male.

In China, it is the number of the Center in addition to be considered as a male number amulet.

Number of the life and the nature, according to streaming movie Fifty Shades Darker online

the sum or rather the union of the first female number and the first
male number, it is the symbol of creative life and erotic love according
to Jung. But this one interprets also this number as that of the
A nuptial number for the Etruscans and Romans because it
is the first number resulting from the addition the first female number
and the first male number. For the same reason, C. Agrippa calls it the
number of the marriage.

For H.- P. Blavatsky, “5 is the spirit of life and human love.”


  • The five wounds of Jesus on the cross.
  • The
    five parts of the clothing remaining of Jesus during his crucifixion
    after the soldiers had made four parts of his dress, plus his tunic
    which they did not tear. (Jn 19,23)
  • Saint Paul declares that by five times he received the 39 lashes from the Jews. (2 Co 11,24)
  • The five mad and wise virgins of the parable of Jesus. (Mt 25,1)
  • The five porticos of the pool of Bethesda. (Jn 5,2)
  • The five pebbles which made it possible to small king David to kill the giant Goliath.
  • The
    five kinds of animals that God asked Abraham to present to him to
    conclude with him an alliance: a heifer of three years old, a goat of
    three years old, a ram of three years old, a turtledove and a young
    dove. (Gn 12, 5-18)
  • The five books of the Torah (the Law)
    according to the Judaism that corresponds to the number of the first
    books of the Bible. The book of the Lamentations of Jeremiah contains
    also five chapters.


  • The five wounds
    of Egypt sent by God by the intermediary of Moses, according to the
    Koran: the flood, grasshoppers, lice, frogs and blood.
  • The five paths leaving from the Calvary and directing to the whole world, according to visions’ of Ann-Catherine Emmerick.
  • In
    the visions of Maria Valtorta, Jesus classifies the kinds of love in
    five categories, each one of different power and which are in the order:
    the love of God, the paternal or maternal love, the conjugal love, the
    love of the neighbor, the love of the science and the work. The three
    firsts are of higher power, while the last three are of lower power. But
    these six divisions are reduced to five because the love of the
    neighbor and the conjugal love are of identical nature even if they have
    not the same force, the conjugal love being indeed only a particular
    case of the love of the neighbor.
  • In the revelations received by
    Don Stefano Gobbi, of the Marian Movement of Priests, it is question of
    the five famous mountains climbed by Jesus: it is on the mountain that
    he promulgated the evangelical law of Beatitudes; it is on the Thabor
    mount that he lived the ecstasy of his transfiguration; it is to
    Jerusalem, city located on the mountain, that he gathered one’s people
    for the Last Supper and that he passed painful hours of his internal
    agony; it is on the mountain of the Calvary that he consumed his
    sacrifice, on the mount of Olives that happened his definitive
    detachment of one’s people by his glorious ascension to the heaven.
  • A rosary of the Virgin Mary has five mysteries meditated.
  • The practice of the five first Saturdays of the month, asked initially by the Virgin Mary to Lucy of Fatima on October 10, 1925.
  • In
    Italy, in Lanciano, exists a reliquary, since the 13th century, where
    is found a miraculous devoted host. While celebrating the mass, a priest
    came to doubt the real presence of Jesus-Christ in the Eucharist; and,
    under his eyes, the devoted host becomes a slice of flesh, and the wine,
    blood which coagulated in five clots. The analyses, undertaken between
    November 18, 1970 and March 4, 1971, by professors Limoli and Bertelli,
    from the Faculty of Medicine of Siena, in Italy, concluded, after
    examination of the host and the blood preserved since the 13th century,
    that they had no modification! The flesh is a slice of human cardiac
    muscle, resulting from the myocardium. The blood corresponds to the
    blood of which it would have been taken out of a human being the same
    day of the examination. And the five clots of blood, of unequal size,
    weigh all the same weight each one separately; and all together, put in
    the same plate of the balance, the weight remains identical without
  • The five commandments of Buddha Gautama: You will not
    kill; You will not steal; You will not be impudic; You will not lie; You
    will not drink intoxicating liquors. Buddhism distinguishes also five
    great evils: the ignorance, the anger, the desire, the malevolence and
    the envy.
  • In the mythology of “Dogons” we find some themes which
    seem to remind some beliefs of others religions. For example, the bad
    angel Ogo revolts over Lucifer after having killed his twin sister as
    Cain had killed his brother Abel. The good angel Nomo, twin brother of
    Ogo, is crucified to save men from sin, but he resuscitates five days
    later, period as sacred as the week of Easter for Christians, and became
    the week of five days which is still practiced nowadays by the
  • The five couples of Adam and Eve that they would have
    had there simultaneously and this, in five different places on the
    planet, on the five continents, like prototypes of five different races,
    according to Edgar Cayce. However, according to the mythology of
    “Dogons”, it is rather four amphibious couples men and women that the
    god Ama would have created and placed on Earth. Those first humans were
    immortal, but their descendants became mortals because of their sins.
  • According
    to visions of Ann-Catherine Emmerich, the forbidden fruits of the Tree
    of the Knowledge of the good and the evil of the Garden in Eden hung by
    five bunches.
  • In the Gospel of Thomas, Jesus mentions that there
    are “five trees in the paradise that do not move neither Summer nor
    winter and their leaves do not fall. Those who will know them won’t
    die.” (log 19.7-11)
  • The five fundamental virtues: wisdom, love, truth, goodness and justice.
  • The
    five commandments of the Church: to sanctify the feastdays, to assist
    the mass on Sunday and the feastdays, to confess his sins at least once a
    year, to receive the communion at least during Easter, and to pay the
    tithe to the Church – instead of that, others versions speak about the
    respect of the obligatory fastdays. The Church recommends also five acts
    to believers before the Communion: the act of faith, love, humility,
    desire and hope.
  • The visions of the saints are classified
    according to five categories: beatific or intuitive vision, “abstract”
    vision, intellectual vision, imaginary vision and the corporal vision.
  • The
    trip of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem, for the birth of Jesus, lasted
    five days. They arrived on a Saturday, around four o’clock in the
    evening, according to visions of Mary Agreda.
  • The five pillars of
    the Islam: profession of faith, CHAHADA; ritual prayer, SALAT; legal
    alms, ZAKAT; fast of the Ramadan, SAWM; and the pilgrimage to Mecca,
  • The Greeks philosophers admitted five principles in the man: body, animal soul, psyche, intelligence and divine spirit.
  • The five cycles of the Chinese lunar calendar of twelve lunar years each.
  • The five elements of the Chinese theory: water, fire, wood, metal, ground.
  • For
    the Tibetans, the five elements connected to five geometrical forms:
    the cube to the the ground, the sphere to the water, the cone to the
    fire, the half-circle to the air, and the flame to the ether.
  • The
    five “takbirs” or formula of prayer, in the Islamic religion. The
    Moslems insist that the prayer is done five times every day. Let us
    mention that Mahomet was five years old when his Abdallah father died.
  • The five suns or eras at the Aztecs.
  • In
    Hebrew, the number 5 means “seizure, contraction like the five
    fingers”. It is, told Fabre D’Oliver, the matter seized by the most
    material of the five senses.
  • There is in Quebec 5 archbishoprics.
  • The
    spacial representation of the number 5 is the pyramid (5 summits with 5
    faces) and also the pentagram (5 sides) so the man would be included
  • The five Zener cards used for some tests of parapsychology. The graphics of each cards corresponds to the first five numbers.
  • The five lines of the stave in music.
  • The five reigns: elemental, mineral, vegetable, animal and human.
  • The
    five oceans (Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Antarctic) with the
    five parts of the geographical world: Europe, Asia, Africa, America,
  • In the continuation of fundamental numbers of 1 to 9, 5
    is in the center, as it is in the center of the magic square using the
    first 9 numbers.
  • Anniversary of marriage: wood’s wedding.


Numerical value of the Hebrew letter He (the Not-Me) representing the
passive principle by excellence. This letter represents, according to
Charrot, “a solar ray pouring on the earth its beneficial rain of life”
and it symbolizes the universal life, the breath of the man, the air,
the spirit, the soul, all what is stimulating and vivifying. For the
cabalist Eleazar of Worm, the letter “He” symbolizes “the breath” .

— You are in for a major change in your life. This could be any type of
change and could seem negative at first glance. Maybe there are reasons
it is time for you to move…necessary for you to move but you haven’t
been getting your but in gear. Change comes whether you cooperate with
it or not. So possibly if you resisted the change of needing to move
then possibly the change will come in the form of being required to move
without a choice. At first it all may seem disastrous and negative but
could lead to the positive change that is needed.

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