Breaking the First Seal

Under the first seal is the first day of construction of the harmonious world.

"I saw the Lamb break open the first of the seven seals" (Revelation 6:1).

It is the day the king Jesus rode out to conquer the world, "I looked, and there was a white horse. Its rider held a bow, and he was given a crown. He rode out as a conqueror to conquer." (Revelation 6:2)

We have put the chaotic old world behind us, which means that the conflicting people and everything in that world no longer exist.

We are in the beginning of constructing a new harmonious world.

"In the beginning when God created the universe, the earth was formless and desolate. The raging ocean that covered everything was engulfed in total darkness" (Genesis 1:1-2)

Darkness = Yin

Formless = Chaotic

Desolate = Empty

The world was dark and gloomy because the Holy Ghost departed humans and went into isolation, "And the Spirit of God was moving over the water." (Genesis 1:2)

The Spirit of God should be inside the water, not moving above it. This means that the water was not holy. An unholy water is a dirty water. The term water means information and holy water means divine information. The information about God in the world was turned into an unholy water the moment the holy Spirit left the earth.

The earth was formless and desolate: the earth was chaotic and empty.

The raging ocean that covered everything was engulfed in total darkness: the earth is engulfed by darkness (Judgement). This means that the earth is extremely polarised and full of conflicts.

Darkness = Yin (Conflict)

Under the first seal was the creation of light, "God commanded, "Let there be light" - and light appeared." (Genesis 1:3)

Light = Yang

The appearing of the light was the first victory of Jesus in his war against darkness because the light destroyed the darkness and transformed the chaotic old earth into a new orderly earth.

Darkness + Light = Yin + Yang
                                = Yinyang (Light)

The old earth was right there in the book of Genesis (Genesis 1:2) before God created the new earth in Genesis 1:3.

There are no two worlds, but only one world. The same world was transformed from its old state into a new state. In other words, there were people in the earth before the beginning of the creation described by the book of Genesis.

Fossil records showing that people lived on the earth before the creation story was written are very accurate.

Results from radioactive dating of fossil materials showing bones of people who lived on the earth are older than the at most seven thousand years of the created world recorded in the Holy Bible are evidences that there were people on the earth before the biblical world was created.