It is worthwhile to sometimes look at the symbolic values of numbers when we are confronted with a certain reality. Indeed we have may be eight days left until judge Tetley might come out with his view if in fact Kowarsky erred in his judgement about the right of people to opt out of the ” protection of the state”.
The question arises why do we have to defend on behalf of Kowarsky his ruling. Wouldn’t it be more appropriate to let Kowarsky defend his position???????
Here we are second-guessing his reasoning and here we are justifying his reasoning.
The legal system will ultimately fail unless we become more acquainted with the deep spiritual understanding of the world.
Here is some background on the number eight.
Eight days left.
Symbolism of eight
Number of the perfection, the infinity. In mathematics the symbol of the infinity is represented by a 8 laid down.
Symbol of the cosmic Christ.
Number figuring the immutable eternity or the self-destruction. It represents also the final point of the manifestation.
In China, the 8 expresses the totality of the universe.
Number of the balance and of the cosmic order, according to the Egyptians.
Number expressing the matter, it is also the symbol of the incarnation in the matter which becomes itself creative and autonomous, governing its own laws.
The number eight corresponds to the New Testament, according to Ambroise.
It is the symbol of the new Life, the final Resurrection and the anticipated Resurrection that is the baptism.
According to Clement of Alexandria, the Christ places under the sign of 8 the one he made to be born again.
Represent the totality and the coherence of the creation in evolution. In China, it expresses the totality of the universe.
Represent the earth, not in its surface but in its volume, since 8 is the first cubic number.
The Pythagoreans have made the number 8 the symbol of the love and the friendship, the prudence and the thinking and they have called it the Great “Tetrachtys”.
In Babylon, in Egypt and in Arabia, it was the number of the duplication devoted to the sun, from where the solar disc is decorated of a cross with eight arms.
The number 8 means the multiplicity, for the Japanese.
A favorable number, associated to the prosperity.
It is the number of the restful day, after the 7th day of the creation.