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The Beginning of the Flood of the Coming of the Son of Man

The flood of the coming of Jesus is divine information flowing across the history of the world, carrying away the old world. The flood will sweep away everyone and everything associated with falsehood about God or Jesus Christ.

"The coming of the Son of Man will be like what happened in the time of Noah. In the days before the flood people ate and drank, men and women married, up to the very day Noah went into the boat; yet they did not realize what was happening until the flood came and swept them all away." (Matthew 24:37-39)

The flood is the product of a heavy rain caused by Jesus and the Son of Man. Jesus is in the sky and the Son of Man is on earth. Yin is a dark water cloud and Yang is rain water.

The flood is a repeating cycle of Jesus shrinking the cloud and releasing rain water from the sky to the earth and the Son of Man vaporising the water from the earth to the sky. The cycle is the Tao Water Circle flooding the earth with divine information.

Jesus stands at the beginning of history and the Son of Man at the end of history. Divine information flows across the history of the world from Jesus to the Son of Man and from the Son of Man to Jesus, destroying every institution or organisation built on the foundation of falsehood about God or Jesus Christ.

The High Priest is proportional to Noah and the new Jerusalem is the boat. The flood begins the day the High Priest enters into the Holy of Holies to resume his priestly duties.

The flood starts now because the High Priest has entered into the rock (the Holy of Holies).

The Holy of Holies is the Pierced Stone (the Foundation Stone). The office of the High Priest is a cave under the Pierced Stone. The flood began immediately the High Priest arrived the Temple Mount and entered into the Well of Souls to assume duties.

Spring of water is pouring out of the Well of Souls and it is about to flood the whole world.

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