Baby Ben calf 09252014 A new calf at Vale Wood Farms, a family dairy farm business in Loretto, Cambria County, bears a No. 7 on his forehead. The farm has named him "Baby Ben."
Beautiful Pennsylvania calf Ben

Does Baby Ben, the beautiful Cambria County Pennsylvania calf named after hometown Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, come into our our world bearing a message for an awakening humanity?

The number SEVEN is one of the most significant in the Holy , and was the most sacred number to the ancient Hebrews. Seven is the total sum of earth crowned with heaven – the four-square earth plus the divine COMPLETENESS OF .

The number SEVEN is used over 700 times in the Bible, and in the  Book of Revelation the number SEVEN is used symbolically from beginning to end. There are SEVEN churches, SEVEN Spirits, SEVEN stars, SEVEN seals, SEVEN trumpets, SEVEN vials, SEVEN personages, SEVEN dooms, and SEVEN new things.

SEVEN symbolizes Spiritual Perfection. All of life revolves around this number, and for very good reason. If a universe was to be created and it was to be seeded with everlasting life, SEVEN levels or stages or dimensions would be the choice, as in music theory, there are seven notes to the major scale, with the 8th being the octave when another scale   again.  
  

Baby Ben was born Saturday on Vale Wood Farms in Loretto, Pennsylvania, about 80 miles east of Pittsburgh. “He to face me, and I said, ‘Wow, it’s a little 7,’ ” Ms. Itle-Westrick said. She posted the picture to the farm’s Facebook page Wednesday. By the next afternoon, Baby Ben totaled more than 1,100 “likes” and nearly 100 comments.

The doesn’t sell any meat from their cows, Ms. Itle-Westrick said. Baby Ben will be on , and available for photo opportunities — during the farm’s pumpkin patch event Oct. 1-19.
Greg Giles