Sacred Geometry of Right Angle

Right angle is the angle between two perpendicular lines. The first line is the vertical line representing the Father, the second line is the horizontal line representing the Son, and the right angle between the Father and the Son is equal to ninety degrees.

The Father and the Son are two axes: Y-Axis and X-Axis respectively. The vertical line is the Y-Axis, the horizontal line is the X-Axis.

The vertical line or the Father is the object and the horizontal line is the shadow of the object. The object is God and the shadow of the object is man. Man is the horizontal X-Axis on the ground because man was created from the dust (earth).

All go to the same place; all come from dust, and to dust all return. (Ecclesiastes 3:20) "NIV"

The man is the shadow of God because God created man in his own image and likeness.

God created mankind in his own image,  in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. (Genesis 1:27) "NIV"
  
This means that God is standing upright while man is lying on the ground. The man lying on the ground is Israel (Jacob).

Jacob (Israel) was lying on the ground sleeping when God came and stood by him.

He had a dream in which he saw a stairway resting on the earth, with its top reaching to heaven, and the angels of God were ascending and descending on it. There above it stood the Lord (Genesis 28:12-13) "NIV"

The new Jerusalem is the Axis Mundi established between God and Israel.

For Your servants take pleasure in her stones, And show favor to her dust. (Psalm 102:14) "NKJV"

Dust: the ancestor Jacob (Israel)

Her: Jerusalem

Stones: the Israelites

The newly created peaceful and harmonious people are the Israelites. They are the generation described in Psalm 102.

This shall be written for the generation to come: and the people which shall be created shall praise the Lord. (Psalm 102:18) "KJV"

The stones came out of the dust like Israel (Jacob) gave birth to the Israelites.

The Axis Mundi established between God and Israel is the means by which all people on earth are blessed:
Your descendants will be like the dust of the earth, and you will spread out to the west and to the east, to the north and to the south. All peoples on earth will be blessed through you and your offspring. (Genesis 28:14) "NIV"

The right angle is the angle of the Axis Mundi formed between Israel and God. And all people on earth will be blessed by the knowledge of the right angle.

Israel and God constitute the Ish-Man (the human Axis Mundi). Since the Ish-Man is Jesus, all people on earth are blessed by the knowledge of Jesus Christ.

The right angle is Jesus, made up of the Father (Y-Axis) and the Son (X-Axis). Since the X-Axis is the shadow of the Y-Axis, there is only one person: the Father. This means that Jesus is the Father.

Jesus says, "I and my Father are one" (John 10:30) "KJV"

Philip said to Jesus, "Lord, show us the Father; that is all we need." (John 14:8) "GNT"

Jesus replied, "For a long time I have been with you all; yet you do not know me, Philip? Whoever has seen me has seen the Father." (John 14:9) "GNT"

What Jesus meant was that he, as the Ish-Man, is the right angle made up of the Y-Axis (the Father) and the X-Axis (the Son). The Father is the Spirit in him and the Son is the flesh (the body) that came from the earth.

The individual is Jesus, the light shining on the person is God, and the shadow cast on the ground is the dust that came from the earth. The shadow and the light constitute Jesus (the right angle).

Light = God (Heaven)

Shadow = Dust (Earth)

Light + Shadow = God + Dust (Man)
                             = Heaven + Earth
                             = Y-Axis + X-Axis
                             = Axis Mundi (Right Angle)
                             = Jesus (Ish-Man)

Therefore Jesus (the Father) is the vertical line whose origin or source is zero (Wuji or Ein Sof). The Ohr or halo surrounding the vertical line is the glory: the vehicle transporting Jesus from obscurity to fame.

Then the Son of Man will appear, coming in a cloud with great power and glory. (luke 21:27) "GNT"

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