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Wuji

The dark circle is the Wuji (the Ein Sof) depicting what was before the world
and all that is in it came into existence. 

Wuji (also Wu-chi) is infinity, the Ein Sof, and eternity. It is a circular pathway representative of the Ein Sof prior to the manifestation of the Ohr Einsof. It is the state of nothing or void at the end of existence and prior to the beginning of a new life or a new world or a new existence.

Wuji (the Ein Sof) is the glory fulfilling God's promise of a boundless universe and a world that has no end.

Jesus, after completing his time inside the Holy of Holies, was reduced to nothing before emerging as the light that is the new world or the new universe. First, He traveled to the end of the world; then he disappeared into void before emerging as the bright light of the afterlife or the world beyond.
Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. (Revelation 3:20-21) "KJV"
Glory: Wuji (the Ein Sof)
World without end: Wuji or the Ein Sof is a circle depicting the infinite or endless nature of the universe and the world.

Wuji is a circle and any point chosen as the beginning of the circle is as well the end of the circle. This, of course, is unlike a straight line whose beginning is isolated from its end.

We assume 12 to be the beginning of a circular clock even though the beginning could be anywhere on the clock. The hour hand or any other hand of the clock starts at 12 on the clock, travel round the clock, and returns to 12 on the clock. This means that 12 is the beginning and the end of the clock.
We assume 12 to be the beginning of a circular clock even though the beginning could be anywhere on the clock.

There are three hands of the clock:
  1. Hour Hand
  2. Minute Hand
  3. Second Hand
Each hand of the clock starts at 12, travel round the clock, and returns to 12 on the clock; which means that 12 is the beginning and the end of the clock.
The world (the universe) is like a circular clock whose beginning is the same as the end.
Jesus says,
I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.          (Revelation 22:13) "KJV"
The beginning: 12 on the clock
The end: 12 on the clock
The beginning and the end: full circle round the clock

Since the circle is the Ein sof or Wuji, Wuji (the Ein Sof) is the beginning and the end.
The truth is that no specific point on the circle is the beginning and the end of the circle because every point on the circumference of the circle can be chosen as the beginning and the end of the circle. Therefore God has no beginning and no end. It also means that the universe has neither a beginning nor an end.

The fact that the hand of the clock does not stop at 12 after traveling round the clock means that 12 is not the end of Time, and Time has no end.
The universe is infinite, and Infinity is represented by the circle known as glory.
The Ein Sof is described as follows:
  1. Unending
  2. "(there is) no end"
  3. Infinity
Wuji is defined by the following three words:
  1. Limitless
  2. Infinite
  3. Boundless
Eternity is described as follows:
  1. No Time
  2. Unending Time
  3. Infinite

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