The Cube is the Holy of Holies

Cube: the Holy of Holies

The cube is the Holy of Holies: the Most Holy Place,

The Holy of Holies was located in the westernmost end of the Temple building, being a perfect cube: 20 cubits by 20 cubits by 20 cubits.
Jesus did not enter into a physical place; he entered into Divine Information that can only be described by the structure of the cube. He called the Information the New Jerusalem. This means that the Holy City (the New Jerusalem) is the cube described as follows:

The angel measured the city with his measuring stick: it was fifteen hundred miles long and was as wide and as high as it was long. (Revelation 21:16) "GNT"
 As wide and as high as it was long: the breadth, the height and the length are equal.

Now, the cube is not a physical object placed in some Church or Mosque or Synagogue. It is not something found in a temple or located somewhere on earth. It is Information that can only be accessed through understanding. You have entered into the "Most Holy Place" if you understand what it means.

But when Christ came as high priest of the good things that are now already here, he went through the greater and more perfect tabernacle that is not made with human hands, (Hebrews 9:11) "NIV"
 That is not made by hand: the Holy of Holies is abstract

Though it is abstract, it is reflecting in the cosmos, the solar system, in humans, e.t.c

If you wish to see the Holy of Holies which Jesus entered on behalf of mankind, simply imagine the structure of a cube and how it represents the Holy City.

If you mold the image of a cube or draw the diagram of a cube or take the picture of a cube and worship it as the Holy of Holies, you have not entered into the Most Holy Place which Jesus entered on behalf of humanity. To enter is to understand what it means.

The human body is purified or sanctified by the knowledge of the Holy of Holies: your body will be transformed into the Holy of Holies if you understand what it means.

The knowledge of the cube is reserved for those that are searching or waiting for Christ. It is on the Internet; only those that are searching for him will find it on-line.
Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many. To those who eagerly wait for Him He will appear a second time, apart from sin, for salvation. (Hebrews 9:28) "NKJV" 

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