He held seven stars in his right hand, and a sharp two-edged sword came out of his mouth. His face was as bright as the midday sun.
By separating 'S' from the word 'SEVEN,' we are left with the term 'even,' meaning equal in number or value. S is the 19th letter in the alphabet. 19 is composed of 1 and 9, the first and the last, representing the first person, I. When 19 is added to itself (1+9) and reduce to a single digit, it comes to 1 or Roman numeral I. The numerical value of letters E-V-E-N yields 5-22-5-14. When all the numbers are added (5+2+2+5+1+4) and reduce to a single digit, we get 1. S:EVEN represented numerically is 1:1, equal in value, the Golden Rule.
The observation of the Golden Rule necessarily must begin by considering all of its implications at every level of analysis. Once you have examined its relevance from all possible angles, following the Golden Rule undoubtedly has to start with yourself: Be even with yourself as you want others to be even with you. The command you must wholly abide by if you are to have any chance of hitting the mark.
Seven Stars is the mathematical representation of the Golden Rule. The distance between the outer stars to the center is equal in measure as it is from the center to the stars aligned at the opposite ends, 1:1 ratio. Star "S:Even" as the center, all the stars are evenly positioned in relation to one another.
Do for yourself what you do for others.
Do for others what you want others to do for you.
Let others do for you what you do for others.
Pair of Scales
Do not judge others,
so that God will not judge you
He held seven stars in his right hand, and a sharp
S, 19th letter.
19 is composed of 1 and 9, the first and the last.
Take the first letter
from "SWORD" and place it
as the last.
came out of his mouth. His face was as bright as the midday sun.
Two-edged sword (words) connotes a balanced pair of scales, the gold measuring stick. To hold the Seven Stars in your right hand, the judgment you put on others must be the same judgment you put on yourself. When you exclude yourself from the accountability of your words, not only is the value of your words worthless, the framework in which your measuring stick has aligned is warped.