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The Lamb's Book of Life


The book of life (also the book of the living) is the 67th book of the Holy Bible, comprised of infinite number of books. It includes the Apocrypha or Deuterocanonicals, and contents of books published in the fields of literature, theology, mathematics, geography, astronomy, cosmology, arts, philosophy, medicine, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, music, archeology, psychology, metaphysics, and researches and publications in every subject and every area of life.

Bringing literary works from all areas of expertise and knowledge into the book of life is bringing the greatness and wealth of information of the nations into the holy city, "The greatness and the wealth of the nations will be brought into the city."         
(Revelation 21:26)

The book of life is the new Jerusalem and there is no limit to the amount of wealth of information admissible into the holy city. The city will be kept alive by new findings, research and publications from all parts of the world.

"The gates of the city will stand open all day; they will never be closed, because there will be no night there." (Revelation 21:25)

But not every information or everything is admissible into the new Jerusalem. Only truthful findings and publications are admissible. Any literary work or research of mischief or deceit or anything aimed at promoting or consolidating the world of the Ein Sof will not be accepted.

"But nothing that is impure will enter the city, nor anyone who does shameful things or tells lies. Only those whose names are written in the Lamb's book of the living will enter the city." (Revelation 21:27)

Ohr is an ebook published online as newunivars.com. Every article on the website is a page of the ebook (there is no hard copy of this book). It is the 67th book of the Holy Bible.

The book is an ebook because the Kingdom of God is divine information in binary numbers (base-2). Heaven is basically an octet (a byte) of digital information.

1 Octet = 1 Byte
              = 8 bits

We are constantly updating the contents of this website. If you are in harmony with what you see here or your work made it here, your name is written in the book of the living.

6 in 67 stands for the first six days of creation under the six seals, and 7 in 67 stands for the seventh day of creation under the seventh seal.

"When the Lamb broke open the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour." (Revelation 8:1)

This means that the 66 books of the Holy Bible constitute the six days of creation.

"Books were opened" (Revelation 20:12)

Books: 66 books of the Holy Bible

And newunivars is the book of the day of God's rest.

"And then another book was opened, the book of the living." (Revelation 20:12)

Another book: the ebook (newunivars)

The 67th book was not included among the other 66 books because it is the book of a special day set apart from the other six days.

"By the seventh day God finished what he had been doing and stopped working. He blessed the seventh day and set it apart as a special day, because by that day he had completed his creation and stopped working. And that is how the universe was created."         
(Genesis 2:1-4)

The seventh day is a day of academic excellence. It is a day all the works of God in the previous six days are united to form the harmony and the brilliance of the Cosmos.

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