Number 333 Symbolism and Meaning
Transistion, Change, Travel
To awake (physically or spiritually)
In 1333 BC King Tutankhamen inherits the throne from his father Pharaoh Akhenaten. King Tut is easily the most recognized of the pharaohs due to the discovery of his lavish tomb in the 1920s and its subsequent exhibitions during the 20th century. Akhenaten was married to the famous Queen Nefertiti (who was not the mother of Tutankhamen) and is known for abandoning Egyptian polytheism in favor of an early form of monotheism.
In 333 BC Alexander the Great conquers Persia under Darius III in the Battle at Issus. He also conquers western Asia Minor, Phrygia, Byblos, Sidon, Syria, etc. Alexander the Great and his four successors are commonly believed to of fulfilled the prophecy in Daniel 8:5-8 as interpreted in Daniel 8:20-22. The historian Josephus even recorded that Alexander spared Jerusalem after the high priest presented the book of Daniel to him.
In 333 AD Flavius Julius Constans, the youngest son of Constantine I, is made Caesar at Constantinople. He later becomes co-emperor along with his brothers Constantine II and Constantius II. Constans tolerated Judaism, banned pagan sacrifices, and opposed Arianism (a belief which states that Christ, and by extension the Holy Spirit, was created and is therefore separate from, and inferior to, God the Father).
In 1333 AD a four year famine begins which kills six million in China.
The Hebrew שלג is translated as "snow" and is transliterated as sheleg. Snow is a transitional form of water and signals the changing of seasons. See Job 24:19 and Proverbs 25:13-14.
The Hebrew כָּל חַדְרֵי בָטֶן is roughly translated as "the whole interior of the body" and is transliterated as kol cheder beten. This structure is found in Proverbs 20:27 where it describes the revealing nature of the spirit.
The Hebrew לְךָ אָמַר לִבִּי is translated as "my heart said to you" and is transliterated as lecha amar leb. This structure is found in Psalms 27:8 where it commands one to seek the face of God (see Isaiah 59:2, Psalms 27:9, Psalms 80:3, 2 Corinthians 4:2-6).
The Hebrew בְּיֹ֪ום רָ֫עָ֥ה is translated as "day of trouble" and is transliterated as yom ra'. See Psalms 27:5 and Jeremiah 51:2.
The Hebrew כְּר֣וּב הַסֹּכֵ֔ךְ is translated as "covering cherub" and is transliterated as cakak kerub. The covering cherub is cast down in Ezekiel 28:16-17. For a more in depth discussion of Ezekiel 28 see Lucifer Has Fallen.
There are a handful of passages related to sound. Sound travels.
Sing unto him a new song; play skilfully with a loud noise. Psalms 33:3
Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not. Jeremiah 33:3
If when he seeth the sword come upon the land, he blow the trumpet, and warn the people; Ezekiel 33:3
At the noise of the tumult the people fled; at the lifting up of thyself the nations were scattered. Isaiah 33:3
The Sun's mass is 333,000 times that of the Earth (NASA Sun Fact Sheet).
The number 333 is increasingly associated with the year 2012 and the completion of the current Mayan Baktun; a cycle of 144,000 days. The present Baktun is the 13th and is said to end on 12/21/12 which reduces down to 3/3/3. This will have concluded a Mayan Long Count of ~5,129 years and the setting of the 4th world according to the Popol Vuh.
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Last modification: May 18, 2012