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End of Time

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The end of time (also the end of the world) is where time is fused into space to form space-time. A man on Time-travel (also astral travel or soul travel) round the universe will continue on his journey until he gets to zero. Zero is the void or the vacuum or the emptiness scientifically known as space. In other words, time-travel is space travel and space exploration.

In Chinese cosmology and philosophy, the state of zero is Wuji. Wuji comes before Taiji. Tai from the world Taiji means very, extreme, supreme, grand, great, very and big. And ji means exhaust, highest, utmost point, extreme, reach the end, attain, the remotest place and the farthest point of the universe. This means that Taiji is the end of the world or the end of time.

Since the end of the world is the beginning of a new world, Taiji is the source and the beginning of a new world.

Wuji is made up of two circles; the two circles are the two black holes in a binary black hole. The two black holes inside the Wuji are merged to form a single black hole known as Taiji.



Wuji means limitless and infinite. The word wu in Wuji means without, nothing, no, there is not, not have, and nothingness. This means that wu in Wuji is zero and ji is 'the end'. Therefore, Wuji, made up of wu and ji, means that the end of the world is zero or nothing. This is the state God was before the world was created.

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form, and void; and darkness was on the face of the deep. (Genesis 1:1-2) "NKJV"

Void: zero, vacuum, nothing, etc.

Without form: Wuji (nothingness).



The Holy Bible is the history of the world, and that history ends with grace as follows,
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen. (Revelation 22:21) "NKJV"

This means that Revelation 22:21 is the end of the world.

Revelation 22:20, the penultimate verse of the Holy Bible, is the promise of the second coming of Jesus; it is not the coming of Jesus. Jesus did not come at Revelation 22:21, the last verse of the Holy Bible. The Holy Bible is exhausted; the world ended, and Jesus did not come the second time.

The interval between Revelation 22:21 and Genesis 1:1 is the void or vacuum or nothing. Revelation 22:21 is the end of the old world and Genesis 1:1 is the beginning of a new world. The world ends at nothing and begins from nothing. Wuji is the end and Taiji is the beginning of the world.

Wuji is a dark circle representing Yin in a binary black hole. Although wuji is made up of Yin and Yang, it is Yin because Yin is dorminant in 'Yin Yang'.

12 on the clock is the beginning and the end of the clock. Since the clock is time, the end of time is the beginning of time. In other words, Revelation 22:21 is equal to Genesis 1:1.

From the end (Revelation 22:21) to the beginning (Genesis 1:1) is a full circle round the clock. Jesus, the first man to travel via Time-travel from the end of the world to the beginning of a new world, is the bridge known as the beginning and the end.

I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End, the First and the Last.” (Revelation 22:13) "NKJV"

Jesus is the bridge between the future and the past.

Wuji (the circle round the clock from the end of the world to the beginning of the new world) is the Ein Sof. At this state, God is completely, absolutely and entirely separated from humans; He is invisible and distant from humans. His invisibility is portrayed by the thick darkness inside the Holy of Holies of Solomon's temple.

Then Solomon spoke: “The Lord said He would dwell in the dark cloud." (1 Kings 8:12) "NKJV"
The House Solomon built for God.


The house of God built by Solomon was a dark cube because the Ein Sof is a dark circle. The house was dark because Christ had not entered into the Holy of Holies.

The Ein Sof is transformed into the Ohr Ein Sof immediately Christ entered into the Cube (the Holy of Holies), and the cube is changed from a dark cube to the shining, blazing and dazzling Holy Jerusalem.

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