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James was the Man found in Jesus' Tomb

The tomb where Jesus was buried was a human body. The body was described as a tomb because the body without the Spirit is dead.

The Spirit in Christ was Elijah, and the death of Jesus was the exit of Elijah from the body of Christ. The body of Christ is the Pierced Stone lying in the middle of Dome of the Rock.

Without Elijah, the Pierced Stone is the dead body of Christ.

Consequently, the resurrection of Jesus Christ was the re-entry of Elijah into the body of Christ. And since Elijah is the sum of James and John, the resurrection is the entry of James and John into the body of Christ.

Elijah = James + John

James is the future and John is the past. In the past, John was matter or the physical person and James was wave or the Spirit. In the future, James was matter or the physical person and John was wave or the Spirit.

Wave is time and matter is space. In Elijah, James and John are united by Spacetime, such that only one of them is visible.

Jesus and Elijah are Yin and Yang respectively. Yin is the body and Yang is the Spirit, such that Elijah was a Spirit dwelling in Jesus before he was crucified.

The story of the resurrection of Jesus was a mystery because it was binary or dual in nature.

The account of the resurrection of Jesus described in Mark 16:1-5 was a description of Elijah inside the Pierced Stone.

Pierced Stone = Body of Christ

Elijah = Spirit

The women entered into the Well of Souls and found Elijah inside, which implies the restoration of the Spirit back to the body of Christ.

"Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and  Salome bought spices to go and anoint the body of Jesus. Very early on Sunday morning, at sunrise, they went to the tomb. On the way they said to one another, "Who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance to the tomb?"  (It was a very large stone.) Then they looked up and saw that the stone had already been rolled back. So they entered the tomb, where they saw a young man sitting on the right, wearing a white robe - and they were alarmed." (Mark 16:1-5)

The stone: the Foundation Stone

The tomb: the Well of Souls

Young Man: Elijah

Young man sitting on the right: James

James is the right side of Elijah and John is the left side of Elijah.

The tomb was the interior of the body of Christ and James was the one sitting on the right side of Christ. The woman saw only one man because John was invisible. This means that Mark account of the ressurection was a future event.

Future = Up

The stone was a mystery shrouding the death and resurrection of Jesus. The mystery was Jesus himself. The removal of the stone implies the end of the mystery. The mystery ended when they found James inside the body of Christ.

The body of Christ is the Holy of Holies, which means that the women found James inside the Holy of Holies on the day of resurrection.

The Well of Souls is the Holy of Holies and James is the High Priest inside the Holy of Holies. His priestly work gave life to the Foundation Stone, and the life is the resurrection.

The death of Jesus was the death of humanity. All people will rise from death to life at the Foundation Stone.

The Temple Mount is a school and James is the only teacher in the school. To be ignorant is to die, and to be educated is to live. The life of the Foundation Stone is divine teachings from James to the whole world.

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