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Two   •   2

Deux - Dos - Iki - Dva - Δύο


Duality, twilight, discord, conflict, doubt, otherness, the static state, the roots, balance, stability, reflection, the opposite poles of the dual nature of man. Desire, because anything that is manifested in duality, exists in contrast pairs. As the one stands for a point, the two stands for a line.
Two is crying and laughter. It represents the feminine principle of conception, the great mother. The feeling guides actions. The contrasts, sun and moon, the king and queen, sulfur and mercury, initially antagonistic, but in the end dissolved and united in the androgynous.
 

Ancient greece

Devil, moon, woman. Plato: the two is a number of no significance, since it implies relationship, which introduces the third factor. Pythagoras: The dyad, the divided earthly being.

Bible

Christ with two natures, God and human. Legal provisions in support of two witnesses.

Babylon

Is the sign of the dichotomy of the universe, above and below

Buddhist

Yin, female, earthly, disastrous. The Male and Female, wisdom and methods. The Gua, the two determinants, the yin-yang. Two is a weak yin-number, because it has no center.

The pomegranate from the garden of eden: the doubt, the twighlight of the moon. The dichotomy

 

Seal for the number 2

 

Factors:

Primzahl

Own sum:

2 + 2 = 4

Own product:

2 x 2 = 4

Own exponent:

22 = 4

Quotients:

10 / 2 = 5
100 / 2 = 50
1000 / 2 = 500

Sum:

∑ 2 = 3

Fakultory:

2! = 2

Dual numer:

10

Hexadecimal number:

2

Octal number:

2

Arabic cipher:

۲

Latin cipher:

II

Indian cipher:

Thai cipher:

Chinese cipher:

Sefirot:

Chokmah

Cheiro value:

2

Pythagoras value:

2

Rider-Waite-Smith-Tarot:

The High Priestess

Tarot de Marseilles:

La Papesse

Letter value:

2

English:

B

Latin:

B

Greek:

β (Beta)

Hebrew:

ב (Beth, "House")

Arabic:

ب (Ba)

Armenic:

Բ (Ben)

Georgic:

ბ (Ban)

Cyrillic:

В (Ve)

Coptic:

(Beta)

Ancient egyptian:

 

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