SEVEN YEARS BAD LUCK
Superstition has it that if you break a mirror you will receive 7 years of bad luck. This could have had its origins in Roman times when people used look at their reflection in gazing pools before mirrors were invented. In those days they believed their reflection was their soul and it was considered an evil trick for someone to throw a stone into the pool distrupting the reflection and bringing bad luck to its owner.
Another theory is that in Victorian times, vanity
mirrors were very expensive and could only be afforded by saving for
several (seven) years. If one was broken it would be a catastrophe
and very bad luck.
Like a mirror life reflects itself, reproduces, replicates and splits, from single cells to complex creatures, everything is split into symmetry and opposites, The human body like almost every other living thing is symmetrical. Think of the way your arm and legs are jointed. Arms bend one way and legs bend the opposite way.
EVERYTHING IN LIFE IS A REFLECTION AND REFRACTION OF ITSELF.
Our brains are in two halves one side is rational
and the other emotional.
LEONARDO DA VINCI, could draw and write simultaneously
and he wrote backwards in mirror writing.
Da Vinci's most famous work The Mona Lisa is rumoured to be a self portrait, Da Vinci's feminine side.
From studying nature Da Vinci noticed that the proportions of natural objects including the human body were based on a simple mathematical formula. The Fibonnachi system (1-1-2-3-5-8-13-21 etc..), our ideal of what we consider to be beautiful is closely related to this formula of natural proportion from works of art to the proprtions of your credit card. That is why we consider so much of nature is beautiful because it follows this devine proportion.
There is an unmistakeably 'design' to life and nature which is way beyond the capabilites of humans who are but part of the grand design themselves.
Brother you'd better watch out for the skin deep