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The Duality of Christ

The relationship between Christ and the suffering servant is explained by wave-particle duality in which Christ is the wave and the physical man is the particle. Christ is light and the man is matter, such that the relationship between Christ and the man is explained by the duality of matter.

Light (Christ) = Wave
Matter (man) = Particle

Jesus kept speaking of a third person who was the same as himself. He called him the Son of Man.

Jesus said, "If a person is ashamed of me and of my teaching in this godless and wicked day, then the Son of Man will be ashamed of him when he comes in the glory of his Father with the holy angels." (Mark 8:38)

Me (first person): Jesus

Son of Man: He (third person)

Jesus and the Son of Man are two complementary persons that accomplished the same work of salvation. Jesus was in the past and the Son of Man was in the future. The two men were connected or united by spacetime.

In the past, Jesus occupied space and the Son of Man occupied time, which implies that the Son of Man was someone in the distant future while Jesus was in the present. In the future, the Son of Man occupied space and Jesus occupied time, which means Jesus was someone in the distant past while the Son of Man was in the present.

The physical man in the present is space, the invisible man in the future or past is time, and the two men are equal to spacetime. The physical man was Jesus and the invisible man was the Spirit.

Spacetime is equal to Yinyang, which means that Jesus and the Son of Man are equal to Yinyang. The physical man is the Yin and the invisible man is the Yang. This means that Tao is made up of two complementary persons known as Yin and Yang. When the Son of Man is Yin, Jesus is Yang; when Jesus is Yin, the Son of Man is Yang.

This means that the duality of Christ is a binary system whereby the two persons are the binary numbers: "0" (zero) and "1" (one).

Where,
1 = Man (the physical person)
   = Space

0 = Spirit (the invisible person)
   = Time

The two persons are the two cubes constituting the tesseract, such that the duality of Christ is equal to the new Jerusalem. In the tesseract, the outer cube is the physical person or man and the inner cube is the invisible person or the Spirit.

The physical person is the Lamb and the invisible person is God. In the past, Jesus was man (physical person) and the Son of Man was God (Spirit); in the future, the Son of Man was man (physical person) and Jesus was God (Spirit).

The outer cube is the Temple and the inner cube is God in his Temple. In the past, the Son of Man was God dwelling in Jesus. In the future, Jesus was God dwelling in the Son of Man. This explains why the Temple of the new Jerusalem is God and the Lamb.

John said, "I did not see a temple in the city, because its temple is the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb." (Revelation 21:22)

Jesus said that the Son of Man will come in the glory of his Father. Traveling from the past to the future, Jesus is the Father and the Son of Man is the Son. Traveling from the future to the past, the Son of Man is the Father and Jesus is the Son. Therefore when Jesus said that the Son of Man will come in the glory of his Father he meant that the man in the future will come with the work he already accomplished in the past.

Philip said to Jesus, "Lord, show us the Father; that is all we need." (John 14:8)

Jesus answered, "Do you not believe, Philip, that I am in the Father and the Father is in me?" (John 14:10)

Jesus asserted his duality by saying, "Whoever has seen me has seen the Father" (John 14:9)

The duality of Jesus is a binary star whereby the two stars are the Father and the Son.

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