The Day of Pentecost

The day of Pentecost is the era of the epiphany triggered by the coming of the Tao and the Bagua Square.

When the day of Pentecost came, all the believers were gathered together in one place. Suddenly there was a noise from the sky which sounded like a strong wind blowing, and it filled the whole house where they were sitting." (Acts 2:1-2)

The sound conveyed by the wind is the Tao, and the coming of the Tao is the coming of the Holy Spirit.

Holy = 4 (four letters)
Spirit = 5 (five letters)

Holy Spirit = 45

4 = Gospel
5 = Torah

Tao is divine information conveyed by wind to all the believers.

Gathered in one place: united

Tao is sound, and Bagua Square is light. The sound is the Word and the light is divine knowledge that came from the Word. We hear the Word with our ears and see it with our eyes.

Hearing comes from sound and vision comes from light. The sound comes from speech spoken by the tongue.

The Tao is made up of two alternating tongues representing balanced information.  The first tongue is Yin and the second tongue is Yang, which means that the sound heard on the day of Pentecost was a speech represented by two tongues.

We know that a tongue is an organ of speech located inside the mouth. Therefore, two tongues represent the mouths of two people or accounts of two witnesses. The first person is the Father (God) and the second person is the Son (the Lamb). Therefore, the two alternating tongues constitute a binary system of the Word of the Father (God) and the Word of the Son (the Lamb).

The Word of the Father is documented as the Torah (5) and the Word of the Son is documented as the Gospel (4). This means that the alternating tongues are equal to 45.

Sound = 45 (Tao)

Balance between the sound (speech) and the vision (light) is called tongues of fire.

Then they saw what looked like tongues of fire which spread out and touched each person there." (Acts 2:3)

Tongues: Yin and Yang (sound)

Fire (light): Bagua Square (light)

Note that a candle light can be interpreted as light or fire. Since John (4) described it as fire, James must describe it as light in order to create a balance.

Fire = 4 (four letters)
Light = 5 (five letters)

Fire & Light = John and James
                       = 45

The light is understanding. People received vision through understanding. They were filled with divine knowledge of the Tao and began to explain and teach in the language of the people on the other side.

"They were all filled with the holy Spirit and began to talk in other languages, as the Spirit enabled them to speak." (Acts 2:4)

Balance between the tongue of God and the tongue of the Lamb is a global standard of reconciling and balancing information.

Muslims will speak the language of the Christians by balancing Islam with Christianity. They will speak of what unites Islam and Christianity than what divides them. Christians will speak of what unites Islam and Christianity than what divides the two religions. Christians will begin to understand Muslims and Muslims will begin to understand Christians, and the two sides will meet at the balanced information known as the Tao.

"They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to talk in other languages, as the Spirit enabled them to speak." (Acts 2:4)

Other languages: Muslims speaking the language of Christianity and Christians speaking the language of Islam.

The coming of the Tao is the Good News because everyone could hear the Word of God spoken in his own language.

They were all excited, because each one of them heard the believers speaking in his or her own language." (Acts 2:6)

There was hostilities and strife in the world because people couldn't understand each other. Hindus couldn't understand the Muslims, Jews couldn't understand Christians, Taoists couldn't understand Jews, Atheists couldn't understand Theists, etc.

Lack of understanding between them was as a result of the fall of the tower of Babylon.

Today, the tower of Babel has been replaced with the Axis Mundi, and understanding between people has been restored via the divine knowledge of Tao and the Foursquare (Bagua Square).

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