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Four-dimensional Space

In harmony, 4-D space (four-dimensional space) is a tesseract comprised of an outer large cube representing 3-D space and a small invisible inner cube representing the fourth dimension.

The two cubes are space and time, such that the tesseract is spacetime.

Spacetime implies equilibrium between space and time.

A cube is made up of the following three equal sides:

1. Length (l)
2. Breadth (b)
3. Height (h)

The three sides are three dimensions of space such that the cube represents three-dimensional space.

Time (the fourth dimension) has the following three sides:

1. Hour
2. Minute
3. Second

Time is the reflection of space, which means that time is a cube in another dimension.

Since length is l, breadth is b and height is h, hour is l', minute is b' and second is h'. l', b' and h' are reflections of l, b and h respectively, such that time is the image of space.

There is a mirror between time and space. When a cube is placed in front of a mirror, the image in the mirror is the fourth dimension. Though only one cube can be touched, there are in reality two cubes.

The truth is that there are people on the other side and the people on this side are images in the mirror. The cube on this side is the the image of the cube on the other side of the mirror.

For us, space is the present where we are and time is the future or the past where the other people are. For them, space is the present where they are and time is the future or the past where we are. Hence our space and their space are space and time at equilibrium.

What people did in the past are reflections of what others are doing in the future, and the sum of the past and the future are two cubes equal to the tesseract.

The first cube is the Holy of Holies of the first temple and the second cube is the Most Holy Place of the second Temple.

In the tesseract, the outer cube is the Holy of Holies and the inner cube is the light inside the Holy of Holies.  The outer cube is space and the inner cube is time. The cube standing as the Holy of Holies in Solomon's Temple is the light and the inner cube of the Holy of Holies of the future Temple. And the cube standing as the Holy of Holies of the future Temple is the light and the inner cube of the Holy of Holies of Solomon's Temple.

Consequently, the Holy of Holies of Solomon's Temple was an empty cube. It was empty because its content was a cubic light invisible to the naked eye. It is a light visible to the heart and not the eye. This was why the inside of the Holy of Holies of Solomon's Temple was described as dark and empty.

The third Temple is the sum of the first and the second Temples, and the Holy of Holies of the third Temple is the tesseract - the sum of the Holy of Holies of the first Temple and the Holy of Holies of the second Temple.

The tesseract is the tree of life uniting the past and the future into the present. The past is the root and the future is the crown of the tree. The root or the past is the inner cube and the crown is the outer cube.

Traveling from the past to the future, the past is the root and the future is the crown; traveling from the future to the past, the future is the root and the past is the crown.

Consequently, the Holy of Holies of the third Temple is balance depicted by the tesseract.

Space is represented by a compass or an 8-point wind rose and time is represented by a clock or a star hexagon. The eight points of the wind rose are the eight vertices of a cube and the six points of the star hexagon are the six square facets of the cube.

Since the star hexagon is a star (light) and the inner cube is light, the inner cube is substituted by a bright six-pointed star. The outer cube is substituted by a star octagon (an eight-pointed star) because the outer cube glows as a result of the light inside.

Therefore space is light shining as an eight-pointed star or a compass rose and time is a light shining as a six-pointed star or a star hexagon. This means that spacetime is a light.

4-point compass rose, 16-point compass rose, 32-point compass rose and 64-point compass rose are stars representing the brightness of different dimensions of space.

Recall that the star hexagon and the compass rose are geometrical depictions of lily and rose flowers respectively. Therefore the Holy of Holies is rose flower and the light inside the Most Holy Place is a lily flower.

Flower symbolises Love.

Love is the holiest of all. Love is the Holy of Holies of the third Temple.

Time is Love! Space is Love! Spacetime is Love! The universe is Love created by Love.

This means that the Holy of Holies of Solomon's Temple was simply a rose. And the invisible light inside the Holy of Holies was a lily.

The rose and the lily are the eight-pointed star and the 6-pointed star respectively on the front page of the Leningrad Codex. The rose is Dome of the Rock and the lily is Dome of the Chain, which means that the Temple Mount is Love.

God is Love. 

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