The human spine is made of 33 individual bones or vertebrae.
The djed is one of the more ancient and commonly found symbols in ancient Egyptian religion. It is a pillar-like symbol representing stability. It is commonly understood to represent his spine.
In the Pythagorean system, 33 is the highest of the three master numbers which do not get reduced to a single number.
In the sums of powers, the sum of three cubes (a3 + b3+ c3) is 33.
33 is the largest number that is not a sum of distinct triangular numbers.
Water boils at 33 degrees according to the temperature scale devised by Isaac Newton.
The word amen has a value of 33 in simple English gematria: (a=1)+(m=13)+(e=5)+(n=14) = 33.
Arsenic a.k.a. The Poison of Kings has an atomic number of 33. Its alchemical symbol looks like a partially formed Star of David.
Jesus was 33 years old when he was crucified and resurrected.
Islamic prayer beads are generally arranged in 3 sets of 33 for a total of 99 beads corresponding to the 99 Attributes of Allah.
The second level of heaven in Buddhism is named Trāyastriṃśa from the numeral trayastriṃśat meaning "33" and can be translated in English as "belonging to the thirty-three devas/gods".
The divine name Elohim appears 33 times in the story of creation in the opening chapters of Genesis.
There are 33 deities in the Vedic or ancient Hinduism religion.