|The giant Gaokerena: the tree of life.|
In Zoroastrianism, the World Tree (the tree of life described in Revelation 22) is called the mighty Gaokerena.
The mighty Gaokerena was a mythic Haoma plant that had healing properties when eaten and gave immortality to the resurrected bodies of the dead. (Wikipedia)
Wondering how large is the mighty Gaokerena? The tree is visible during binary black hole merger in gravitational wave astronomy. Consider the size of a black hole and how many black holes are there; that is the size of the giant Gaokerena.
The healing property of the Gaokerena is the reconciliation demonstrated whenever two black holes are merged to form a single black hole during binary black hole merger.
Islam and Christianity are two examples of two conflicting religions. The apostle Paul described the Christians as the Children of the day, which means that the Christians constitute the sun.
For you are all children of light, children of the day. We are not of the night or of the darkness. (1 Thessalonians 5:5) "ESV"
The crescent (the moon) symbolizing Islam is the light of the night; which means that Muslims are children of the night.
The circle of the day (from sunrise to sunset) is the first black hole (Christianity), the circle of the night (from sunset to sunrise) is the second black hole (Islam), and the healing is the single black hole formed when Islam and Christianity are aligned.
Islam is the sum of the Muslims, Christianity is the sum of the Christians, and the healing takes place at the point where Muslims and Christians start to understand each other. The point is the mighty Gaokerena described as follows,
The tree of life, which bears fruit twelve times a year, once each month; and its leaves are for the healing of the nations. (Revelation 22:2) "GNT"
Islam: a nation of Muslims
Christianity: a nation of Christians
Its leaves are for the healing of the nations: Muslims and Christians are reconciled (healed) by the leaves of the mighty Gaokerena
Islam is a masculine religion, and Christianity is a feminine religion. Therefore the reconciliation between Islam and Christianity is a marriage between the bride (Christians) and the bridegroom (Muslims).
A man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh. (Genesis 2:24) "NIV"
Husband: Islam (Adam)
Wife: Christianity (Eve)
The hostilities between Muslims and Christians were consequences of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The first humanity was polarized by judgment, and there were conflicts between Muslims and Christians.
The leaves of the Gaokerena constitute the herbal medicine used for curing Muslims, Christians, and the rest of the world, of the ailment known as disagreement.
Recall that the tree of the knowledge of good and evil is the tree of death. Adam (the Muslims) and Eve (the Christians) died the day they ate the fruit of that tree. Hostilities between Christians and Muslims are the symptoms of the death of Islam and Christianity. The term "death" implies that they lack the sum of wisdom and understanding.
The giant Gaokerena is the tree of life whose fruit will give life back to Islam and Christianity and end the conflicts between Muslims and Christians. The fruit gives eternal life, which means that Muslims and Christians will never die after eating the fruit of the Gaokerena.
The Juice from its fruit gave the elixir of immortality (Wikipedia)
After eating the fruit of the Gaokerena, Muslims and Christians will live in peace and harmony. And the peaceful and harmonious life is the resurrection.
After the resurrection, wisdom and understanding will continue to flow into the hearts of men, and humanity will live in peace and harmony.
At the resurrection, those who drink of the life-giving juice of this plant, will obtain perfect welfare, including deathlessness. (Wikipedia)
Life giving juice: the water of the river of life
Will obtain perfect welfare: will be healthy in their bodies, in their finances, in their carriers, in their marriages, in their relationships, and in everything they do.
Deathlessness: Everlasting life (eternal life)
Very truly I tell you, the one who believes has eternal life. (John 6:47) "NIV"