The Tree of Life

Y (the Tree of Life) and its
image (X).

The Tree of Life is the Length (Y-Axis) of the Holy City whose image is the Breadth (X-Axis). The height (Z-Axis) is the river of water of life.
On either side of the river, was there the tree of life. (Revelation 22:2) "KJV"

The river: the resultant of Y and X

Y and X are the two congruent sides of the isosceles right triangle. The hypotenuse (Z) is the resultant (the river) flowing from Y and X.

On either side of the river: Y is on one side of the resultant (the hypotenuse) and X is on the other side.

Was there the tree of life: the tree of life is the Length (Y)

Only one tree Y is standing by the river. The other tree X is the virtual image of the tree Y reflected by the water of the river. This means that the river is a mirror, the tree Y is the object in front of the mirror, and X is the image of the tree reflected by the mirror.

Y is God the Father whose glory is the circle of the twelve tribes of Israel. The 12 tribes of Israel constitute the crown of 12 stars - the crowning glory of the church.

And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars. (Revelation 12:1) "KJV"

A Woman = the Church
Sun = Day

A woman clothed with the sun: the Christians are the children of the Day

Day = Sunrise to Sunset
        = 12 Hours

Moon = Night

Under her feet: beneath or past

Moon = Crescent (Islam)

Revelation 12:1 is a description of an annular solar eclipse whereby the sun (the Church) is aligned with the moon (the Mosque) to form the halo (a ring of light). Alignment here means reconciliation between Islam and Christianity. The Muslims Star and Crescent symbol is the Islamic manifestation of the ring of light.

The ring of light is a crown of glory made up of the 12 Tribes of Israel. The crown of glory on the Church is described as follows:
And upon her head a crown of twelve stars. (Revelation 12:1) "KJV"

12 Stars = 12 Tribes of Israel

Crown of twelve stars: the glory of the Father or the 12 tribes of Israel.

Revelation 12:1 is a description of the point where the past, present and future are united. The past was below (beneath) the feet of the woman, the future was above the head of the woman, and the woman is the present.

Judaism is the crown of the Church. Since the halo (the ring of light) is formed during an annular solar eclipse, Judaism is the product of the reconciliation of the Mosque (the moon) and the Church (the sun).

Since the crown is made up of stars, the star is the product of the reconciliation of the moon and the sun.

Star = Judaism (Hexagram)
Sun = Christianity (Monstrance)
Moon = Islam (Crescent)

The history of the people of God had been a journey from the earth to the moon (Mosque), from the moon to the sun (Church), and from the sun to the stars (Synagogues).

The three religions constitute the tree of life. Judaism (the 12 Tribes of Israel) constitute the crown of the tree, Christianity (the 12 Disciples of Jesus) constitute the trunk of the tree, and Islam (the 12 Imams) constitute the root of the tree.

Night (Mosque) = Blue Pigment (Saturn's Blue Hexagon)
Day (Church) = Yellow Pigment (Saturn's Yellow or Golden Hexagon)

Mosque + Church = Blue Pigment + Yellow Pigment
                              = Green Pigment (Synagogue)

The Green Pigment is Chlorophyll.

Chlorophyll is the green pigments in green leaves. Since the leaves are found at the crown of the tree, Judaism (the crown) is the point of religious reconciliation, religious tolerance, and religious harmony.

Religious conflicts have bedevilled mankind throughout the history of the world. Muslims versus Christians, Jews versus Muslims, Shiites versus Sunnis, Catholics versus Protestants, Hindus versus Muslims, Christians versus Jews, etc.

The green leaves of this tree bring about peace and reconciliation between the nations of the world that are so polarised by religion.

And the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. (Revelation 22:2) "KJV"

Healing = Reconciling

Healing the nations: reconciling the nations

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