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Zero is the void or nothing or the emptiness where all things came from. It is the centre of the bright circle of glory called Mandala in Hinduism, the "Supreme Ultimate" Taiji in Taoism, black hole in Astronomy, and eternity in Christianity. Zero with the circle is the Monad constructed using a compass and a pencil.

The first whole number is +1, the last whole number is -1, and zero is where the first number and the last number meet.

I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. (Revelation 22:13) "KJV"

The journey from the present to the future is the counting of positive integers from 1 to infinity. And the journey from the past to the present is the counting of negative integers from infinity to -1.

Infinity is equal to zero.

If you set out to travel from the present to the end of the world, the end of your journey round the world would be the beginning where you started from. You should know that you have completed your journey round the universe once you find yourself where you began.

The beginning of the world  is the story of creation recorded in the book of Genesis; the end of the world is the story of destruction recorded in the book of Revelation.

The beginning of the world is numbered +1, and the end of the world is numbered -1.

Beginning = Genesis
                    = Creation
                    = +1

End = Revelation
        = Destruction
        = -1

Note:
In disconnection, the beginning and the end are equal to zero. In connection, the beginning and the end are equal to 1. Since the journey is from disconnection (chaos) to connection (harmony), our calculation starts from disconnection to connection.


The Beginning and the End (Disconnection)           = +1-1
         = 0 (zero)

The Begiining and the End (Connection)
         = +1 × -1
         = 1

In disconnection, +1 = Object and -1 = Shadow. In connection, +1 = Object and -1 = Shadow.

The beginning (+1) is an object and the end (-1) is the image of the object if there is a mirror between them. Therefore zero (0) is the mirror between the object and its image. We attain zero when we complete the circle round time.

-1 0 +1 are equal to the Axis Mundi.

Time is the sky. Hence, traveling from the present to the future is ascending to the sky. Our future destination is the beginning on the other side of the sky. Rather than look back to where we are coming from, we look towards the future for a new beginning.

We should be able to identify the end of our journey and know that we are about to start a new life; otherwise we may find ourselves trapped in the former old circle.

There is a thin line between chaos and harmony. Hence we must be very careful when it is time to escape from chaos to harmony. We may find ourselves repeating the same old circle of chaos if we are not careful to properly identify the end of the journey.

Chaos and harmony are the same zero (the same circle). Chaos is when the circle is dark and concealed in darkness, harmony is when the circle glows. The glowing circle is the harmony called the light of the glory of God.

The Lord will be your everlasting light, and your God will be your glory. (Isaiah 60:19) "NIV"


The dark circle is the infinity called eternity or Wuji (Ein Sof). The gowing circle is the infinite light known as eternal light or Ohr Ein Sof.

Darkness is Yin (death) and light is Yang (life). Therefore the transition from the dark circle (Ein Sof) to the glowing circle (Ohr) is breaking out of death to life. It is coming out of the grave. This is what is meant by the resurrection or the rising from the dead. The transition from the Ein Sof to the Ohr is the emanation, which means that the resurrection is an emanation.


The light is the life, and living in the eternal light (the circle of light) is living eternal life (everlasting life). God has fulifilled his promise of eternal life.

This is the promise that He has promised us—eternal life. (1 John 2:25) "NKJV"

We were obscured, hidden, concealed and invisible while we were in the old chaotic world. Now we are famous, discovered, and important in the new harmonious world. No place was found for us in the old world because there was no place for the reign of perfect harmony in that world.

Therefore zero is the end of the chaos (the old world) and the beginning of harmony (the new world). Zero is a dark circle called Wuji on the other side of the sky (i.e on the side of those dwelling in the chaotic old world). But on this side of the sky (in the new harmonious world) where we are, zero is the Ohr.

We have crossed to the other side, we have seen God, and we dwell with him on this side where there is neither evil nor darkness (death).

This means that zero is the source or origin of everything in this newly created world. It is where we and everything in the new world come from. We never existed here before, hence we came out of nothing (zero). We and everything in this harmonious world were created out of nothing.

Therefore zero represents God, the source and origin of all things.

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