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Elijah as the Son of Man

Jesus said that Elijah is the Son of Man, "Elijah is indeed coming first in order to get everything ready. Yet why do the scriptures say that the Son of Man will suffer much and be rejected? I tell you, however, that Elijah has already come and that people treated him just as they pleased, the Scriptures say about him." (Mark 9:12-13) "GNT"

Future: Elijah is indeed coming first

Past: Elijah has already come

Jesus knew that the past is the future and Elijah would come first before his second coming.

He asked the question "Why do the scriptures say that the Son of Man will suffer much and be rejected?" because he knew that Elijah is the suffering servant in the future.

Son of Man = Suffering Servant
                      = Elijah

Matthew 17:12 states clearly that the Son of Man mentioned in Mark 9:12 is Elijah.

"Elijah has already come and people did not recognize him, but treated him just as they pleased." (Matthew 17:12)

Jesus has a binary nature, and so is Elijah. Elijah, made up of two persons, is the other face of Christ. He was the Spirit in Christ when Jesus became a human being.

Spirit  = Wave
            = Elijah

Human Being = Matter
                         = Jesus

The two persons in Elijah are the two witnesses James and John. James is the right half of Elijah and John is the left half.

Separated from Jesus, James and John were the two thieves crucified with Jesus. United with Jesus to form one personality, John and James are the two persons on the throne. John is the person sitting on the left side of the throne and James is the person sitting on the right side of the throne.

The throne is Christ (the sum of Jesus and Elijah), John is the Father and James is the Son seated on the right side of the Father.

Since Christ is the Pierced Stone, James and John are Elijah inside the rock (the Pierced Stone). The inside of the rock is a cave called the Well of Souls. This means that James and John are inside the Well of Souls. It also means that the Well of Souls is the throne where the Son is seated at the right side of the Father until God completely placed all his enemies under his feet.

James and John were the two witnesses murdered like their Lord, raised to life, and lifted from the earth to heaven ( Bagua). Bagua is Dome of the Rock, the rock is the Tao, and James and John are Yin and Yang.

James is the Son seated an the right side of the Father until God completely put all his enemies under his feet.

'The LORD said to my lord, "Sit here at my right until I put your enemies under your feet." (Psalm 110:1)




 

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