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Breaking the First Seal

Under the first seal is the first day of construction of the harmonious world.

"I saw the Lamb break open the first of the seven seals" (Revelation 6:1).

It is the day the king Jesus rode out to conquer the world, "I looked, and there was a white horse. Its rider held a bow, and he was given a crown. He rode out as a conqueror to conquer." (Revelation 6:2)

We have put the chaotic old world behind us, which means that the conflicting people and everything in that world no longer exist.

We are in the beginning of constructing a new harmonious world.

"In the beginning when God created the universe, the earth was formless and desolate. The raging ocean that covered everything was engulfed in total darkness" (Genesis 1:1-2)

Darkness = Yin

Formless = Chaotic

Desolate = Empty

The world was dark and gloomy because the Holy Ghost departed humans and went into isolation, "And the Spirit of God was moving over the water." (Genesis 1:2)

The Spirit of God s…
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Breaking the Seven Seals

The scroll is the Torah, and the seven seals are the seven steps of destruction decribed in Revelation 6:1-17 and Revelation 8:1-5. Under the seven seals are the seven days of creation described in Genesis 1:1-31 and Genesis 2:1-3).

"I saw a scroll in the right hand of the one who sits on the throne; it was covered with writing on both sides and was sealed with seven seals." (Revelation 5:1)

Note that the seventh seal is separate from the first six seals because the seventh day of creation is separate from the first six days.

7 Seals = Destruction
Under 7 Seals = Construction

"Who is worthy to break the seals and open the scroll?" (Revelation 5:2)

The seven stages of destruction are called seven seals because they are destractions preventing the world from advancing to the seven steps of renewal outlined in the book of Genesis. Humans were looking forward to the doom and gloom recorded in the book of Revelation. As long as they continue to focus on those things, t…

Code Number 666

Code number 666 is the biblical code standing between life (Yinyang) and death ('Yin Yang'). Breaking the code is destruction of death.

Recall that 'Yin Yang' is the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and Yinyang is the tree of life. Therefore code number 666 is the obstacle or barrier standing between the tree of the knowledge of good and evil and the tree of life.

Someone must break the cold before humanity can advance from judgement (death) to non-judgment (life). Someone must volunteer on behalf of humanity.

Since 666 stands between life and death, the volunteer must die first before he can get to 666. And if he is able to break the code he will advance to the tree of life and live. If he is not,    he will be trapped in the grave.

Because of the enormity of sin required to advance to the state of 666, there was no one in the future, the present and the past that could crack the code.

"There was no one in heaven or on earth or in the world below who coul…

Alphanumeric Code of the Holy Bible

The alphanumerical code of the Holy Bible is 66, the sum of all the books in the Holy Bible.

66 is a binary number system comprised of 6 and 6.

The Holy Bible is a book of prophecy (prediction) refuting false predictions and upholding true predictions.

The Bible says, "I make fools of fortune tellers and frustrate the predictions of astrologers." (Isaiah 44:25)

The Bible also says, "But when my servant makes a prediction, when I send a messenger to reveal my plans, I make those plans and predictions come true." (Isaiah 44:26)

Since there are false predictions or false prophesies competing with true predictions of the true prophets or messengers of God, the probability that a prediction will come true is 1/2.

False Prophecy = 1
True Prophecy = 1

False Prophecy + True = 1 + 1
                                        = 2

Probability of false prophecy = 1/2
Probability of true prophecy = 1/2

In probability, and is equal to ×.

Therefore,
6 and 6 = 6 × 6
              = …

Coding the Holy Bible

Coding the Holy Bible is writing the words, phrases, sentences and paragraphs of the Holy Bible in decimal and binary codes in order to return the Word of God back to spacetime where it came from.

The Word itself is the manifestation of God and his throne. It is heaven and God in the midst of heaven.

Recall that heaven is Bagua and the King on the throne is the Tao in the middle of the Bagua. Tao is divine information called the Holy Spirit and Bagua is the octet conveying the information.

Since an octet is equal to 8 bits or 1 byte of information, the divine information contained in the Holy Bible can be converted from words to an octet through coding.

We know from our knowledge of Gematria and Numerology of the Holy Bible that we can convert the 66 books of the Holy Bible, their chapters and verse from words to decimal and binary numbers.

Decimal numbers are in base-10 and binary numbers are in base-2. Base-10 is the northern kingdom of Israel and base-2 is the southern kingdom of …

Where is Heaven?

Heaven is in spacetime, beyond the region of black holes. Black holes are the extremes of the universe and heaven is what lies after them.

When Jesus ascended into heaven, he traveled across the universe until he reached the end. He traveled beyond the planets, stars, galaxies and nebulae, until he reached the region of the black holes. From there he disappeared into spacetime.

Knowledge of binary black hole merger in gravitational waves astronomy holds the key to understanding the nature of heaven and the junction between the physical and the metaphysical. It is at the state of black holes the physical is transformed into the metaphysical (the spiritual).

Jesus and God are two black holes Yin and Yang respectively. Jesus is Yin because he carried the sin of the world in his body. He took the sin away from the earth and carried it to God. The sin remained in his body until he was united with God.

When God saw Jesus coming, he manifested as a black hole and Jesus also was transformed …

Gematria and Numerology of the Holy Bible

The Holy Bible is a numerological book written in alphanumeric codes. The words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs and the names of the books of the Holy Bible are assigned numerical values, such that the divine information contained in the book is a binary system of letters and numbers.

Every book in the Holy Bible has its numerical equivalence equal to its position in the list of books in the the Bible.

Examples:
a. Genesis, the first book in the Holy Bible, is numerically equal to 1.

b. Revelation, the last book in the Holy Bible, is numerically equal to 66.

Genesis is a word made up of the five letters g, e, n, s and i. And Revelation is a word made up of the following  nine letters or alphabets: r, e, v, l, a, t, i, o and n.

Therefore, the first and the last books of the Holy Bible are alphanumerical.

Alphanumeric = Alphabets and Numbers

Alpha = Alphabet
Numeric = Numbers

The 66 books of the Holy Bible with their corresponding numerical values are as follows:
1.  Genesis
2.  Exodus

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