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The popular number 7 has held special significance for thousands of years. Enjoy the seven book which brings the "7-phenomenon" to life. This first-ever book about seven by David Eastis includes stories of the relationships of 7 to Jesus, Elvis and Oprah. The 7 book reveals what celebrities have said about 7 including John Elway, Boomer Esiason and Robert F. Kennedy. This entertaining 7 collection explores seven in pop culture, art, sports, religion, language and commerce.
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  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 149.86 x 223.52 x 20.32mm | 430.91g
  • California
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1593307772
  • 9781593307776
  • 2,586,783

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7: The Magical, Amazing and Popular Number Seven by author David M. Eastis explores the magnetism that the number 7 has exerted, from ancient cultures to the present day. Eastis, an enthusiast and authority on the number 7, brings the �¢??7 phenomenon�¢?? he has identified to life with more than 2,777 references to the number that has held special and sacred significance for thousands of years. �¢??7�¢??�¢??the seven book�¢??documents the strong symbolism of the number 7 and its multiples for people of widely divergent backgrounds, including Mother Teresa, Jesus, Elvis Presley, Gandhi, Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey. The book also reveals how the number 7 influenced people as divergent as philosopher Aristotle, original Batgirl actress Yvonne Craig, 7 Eleven Inc. CEO Joe DePinto, NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, and the late U.S. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. The book is a comprehensive study exploring the influence and incidence of the number 7 in pop culture, sports, religion, cinematography, literature, language, in cultures throughout the world, in sales and merchandising, and in art. The world has 7 continents and 7 seas. 7 is the pH balance for pure water. The musical scale consists of 7 notes. More people were married on 7-7-07 than on any other date in history because of the rare alignment of three 7s; that date fell on a Saturday, making it the 7th day of the week, 7th day of the month of 2007. Charles Gibson of ABC News called that date the �¢??trifecta of good fortune.�¢?? Seven book web site: http://www.the7book.com/ Twitter - - 7 words tweets about the 7 book: http://twitter.com/the7book Join as Facebook 7 fan: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Number-7/112845914468?ref=tsshow more
by David Eastis
"No book about seven would be complete without paying homage to a heptad of deserving individuals and organizations,�¢?? said David Eastis. �¢??In this 7 book, I salute the many exceptional athletes who wore No. 7, including John Elway, Mickey Mantle and Boomer Esiason. My seven book also pays homage to the ubiquitous 7-Eleven stores, legendary Jack Daniel�¢??s Old No. 7 and the fabled 7 wonders of the world. And, of course, one of my favorites �¢?? 007, the world�¢??s most famous spy. I had seven times more fun than anyone should have had writing this first-ever book about seven. I hope after reading �¢??7�¢?? that you are as amazed as I am to know that great things come in sevens." Learn more about the first seven book. Visit the seven book web site: http://www.sev7ven.com/show more
by David Eastis
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