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The Kingdom of Heaven

The Axis Mundi (the Holy of Holies) is the famous kingdom of heaven preached, published, and publicized throughout the history of the world. The kingdom of heaven has come on earth; there is no greater kingdom, and there will never be. Receive God's kingdom which was prepared for you before the beginning of time.

The Axis Mundi is the stable and indestructible kingdom of God described by the Book of Daniel as follows,

In the time of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed, nor will it be left to another people. It will crush all those kingdoms and bring them to an end, but it will itself endure forever. (Daniel 2:44) "NIV"
Kingdom: Axis Mundi

The Axis Mundi is the new Jerusalem.

That will never be destroyed: the Axis Mundi is indestructible

Nor will it be left to another people: the Axis Mundi is the United Israelite Kingdom

The Axis Mundi is the kingdom of David; it is the Holy of Holies inside the temple built by king Solomon.

It crush all those kingdoms and bring them to an end: the Axis Mundi unites all the kingdoms and nations on earth into one stable and indivisible kingdom of heaven.

The Axis Mundi is a unifying force present in all religions, cultures, locations, and subjects. It could be described as a tree, a mountain, a river, a house, an obelisk, a ladder, a cross, a star, a galaxy, etc. However it  it is described, there is only one Axis Mundi: Jesus (the Tree of Life).

The tree is the kingdom of Heaven, and all people on earth are citizens of the kingdom via the manifestation of the Axis Mundi in their geographical locations, cultures, religions, career, etc.

Yggdrasil, Gaokerena, the Cross, Pagoda, Yaxche, Kunlun, and Égig érő fa  are examples of different manifestations of the Axis Mundi in the different kingdoms constituting the kingdom of Heaven. This means that Christianity is a kingdom brought into the Axis Mundi via the Cross, Islam is a kingdom brought into the Axis Mundi via the Kaaba (the cube), Zoroastrianism is a kingdom brought into the Axis Mundi via the Gaokerena, Hinduism is a kingdom brought into the Axis Mundi via the Mandala, Taoism is a kingdom brought into the Axis Mundi via the Tao, Germany is a nation brought into the Axis Mundi via Yggdrasil.

The kingdom of Heaven consumes and destroys all the kingdoms on earth by reconciling and uniting them to form the Axis Mundi.

It will itself endure forever: the Axis Mundi is the everlasting (eternal) kingdom of God preached beginning from when Jesus gave the command.

People of different tribes, nations, races and languages are reconciled  and united to form one people, one nation, one race, one tribe, and one language, by the knowledge of the Axis Mundi.

The Axis Mundi is Jesus whose kingdom has come on earth. There was never a greater kingdom greater than the Axis Mundi, there is no greater kingdom, and there will never be.

The famous kingdom of Heaven has come on earth; there is no other kingdom coming. God has fulfilled his promise of a peaceful kingdom and a paradise earth.

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