Transition from chaos (Yin Yang) to harmony (Yang).
Yin and Yang are either complementing or opposing to each other. They are complementing when they are united to form the one word Yinyang, and opposing when they are separated to form the two words Yin Yang. Yin is ‘Yin Yang’ because Yin dominant when the two words are separate. While Yang is Yinyang because Yang is dominant when the two words are united.
Yin is the Old Testament and Yang is the New Testament. The Old Testament dominates and Yin rules when the two testaments are separated into two books, and the New Testament dominates and Yang rules when the two testaments are united to form one book. The one book is the Holy Bible.
Yin is man and Yang is God. Man rules and chaos reigns when man is separated from God. God rules and harmony reigns when man is reconciled to God. The Holy of Holies is called God because it is about reconciliation.
The two black holes in a binary black hole are Yin Yang, where the first black hole is Yin and the second black hole is Yang. The Holy of Holies is formed when the two black holes are aligned to form one black hole. This means that the single black hole formed by the two black holes is God (the Holy of Holies).
Darkness is Yin and Light is Yang. Darkness can’t persist when there is light. Yin is like a Vampire that is active and powerful at night but is destroyed by the rising sun of the day. Darkness is relevant when it stays away from light.
Yin is death and Yang is life. Since Yin is dominant in disunity, death rules when Yin and Yang are separated. And since Yang is dominant when Yin and Yang are united, death is destroyed when Yin and Yang are aligned.
“Where, Death, is your victory? Where, Death, is your power to hurt?” (1 Corinthians 15:55) “GNT”
Yin is judgment and Yang is non-judgment. Judgment is the Law; and man, found guilty by the Law, was sentenced to death. Since the Law is Yin and Yang is Christ, the Law has no effect when it is aligned with Christ. It has no effect because Jesus says forgive.
Jesus, while hanging on the Cross, says,
“Forgive them, Father! They don’t know what they are doing.” (Luke 23:34)
Therefore Jesus declared those who were under the power of sin Not Guilty!
Death gets its power to hurt from sin, and sin gets its power from the Law. But thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ! (1 Corinthians 15:56-57) “GNT”