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Celestial Sphere

Celestial Sphere is the abstract sphere whose hemisphere (on whose inner surface are the sun, moon, stars and all the other objects in the sky) is the perceptible dome-shaped sky over the world of a specific observer.

The world of every individual on earth is a hemisphere made up of a circle and a dome. The circle is the surface of the earth on which the individual walks and the dome is the sky around him.

The circular earth of the world of an individual is the celestial equator and the other half of the sphere is the invisible hemisphere below the plane of the celestial equator.

In 2D (two dimensions), the celestial sphere is a circle and the celestial equator is the diameter of the circle. The observer is the centre of the circle.

The centre is a throne and the observer is a king on the throne.

Recall that the circle is called glory. Since the centre of the circle is the a throne, the observer is a king on his throne.

What this means is that the observer is the ruler of every within the hemisphere. The plants, animals and everything inside the celestial sphere are his.

The observer is the second Adam and the hemisphere is the new garden of God called Paradise. The garden is the new Jerusalem described in Revelation 21.

The kingdom of the observer has no boundaries because the borders of the kingdom vary with the position of the observer. His position is directly proportional to the position of the hemisphere such that the hemisphere shift or adjust whenever the observer move from one point to another.

Considering that humans are always moving in different directions, the hemisphere is said to dart like a piece of sodium in water.

The circle is a vehicle called glory and the observer is the driver of the vehicle. The vehicle was described as a horse and the king ( the observer) is the rider on a white horse.

The vehicle was different things to different people of different eras. It is the UFO or flying saucer desribed by various witnesses. Ezekiel described the UFO in the entire length of the first chapter of the Book of Ezekiel; he called it the glory of God.

Ezekiel's account of the flying saucer was primarily a description of a cyclic quadrilateral, a sphere and a hemisphere. He described the sphere as four intersecting wheels and the hemisphere a dome.

Although the glory was called the throne of God, Ezekiel made no specific description of anyone sitting on the throne except a man walking the surface of the earth. He said the man was clothed in linen, which means that the man was a righteous man.

The celestial equator was Jerusalem and the man described by Ezekiel was a messenger sent to teach the inhabitants of Jerusalem geometry. In other words, the man was a geometer sent to teach the people living in Jerusalem construction and measurement of geometric shapes and angles.

Jerusalem here is not a fixed geographical location. Rather, it's the area wherever the man is found. The man is the centre of the hemisphere (the centre of Jerusalem).

If the man travels to China to teach the Chinese geometry, Jerusalem is somewhere in China. Jerusalem is somewhere in India if the man travels to India to teach them geometry.

Jerusalem was built around the messenger, such that through him Jerusalem moved from country to country, nation to nation, place to place, people to people.

New Jerusalem is the whole new universe (the orderly universe) accompanying one man to all parts of the world. The celestial sphere is the cosmos (the new Jerusalem) and the man is the voice or messenger of the Cosmos.

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