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Messiah 45

The Messiah is a binary system of John and James numerically equal to 45. 4 is equal to the number of letters in the word John and 5 is the number of letters in the word James.

Messiah = 45 (John and James)

45 is the numerical value of the order of birth of John and Jesus. 4 comes first because John was born first and 5 comes after 4 because Jesus was born after the birth of John. Also, the ministry of John the Baptist began before the ministry of Jesus.

The Messiah was called Jesus because Jesus was the person (1) and John was nothing (0).

John said, "You yourselves are my witnesses that I said, 'I am not the Messiah, but I have been sent ahead of him." (John 3:28)

I = John

I have been sent ahead of him: 4 (John) comes first in the number 45

John acknowledged that he and Jesus are a pair like a bridegroom and a bridegroom's friend in a wedding, "The bridegroom is the one to whom the bride belongs; but the bridegroom's friend, who stands by and and listens, is glad when he hears the bridegroom's voice. This is how my own happiness is made complete" (John 3:29)

Bridegroom's Friend = 4 (John)
Bridegroom = 5 (Jesus)

Bridegroom's Friend and Bridegroom = 45

Although John said that he was not the Messiah, he didn't rule out the possibility of sharing the title. He said, "No one can have anything unless God gives it to him." (John 3:27)

In other words, it is possible for God to confer the title Messiah on John.

Of cause, Jesus was the Messiah crucified on the cross. The crucifixion is the baptism.

'The wife of Zebedee came to Jesus with her two sons, bowed before him, and asked him a favour. "What do you want?" Jesus asked her. She answered, "Promise me that these two sons of mine will sit at your right and your left when you are King."' (Matthew 20:20-21)

 Small wonder when the mother of John and James came to ask Jesus to allow the two brothers to sit on his right and his left, Jesus asked them, "Can you drink the cup of suffering that I am about to drink?" (Matthew 20:22)

When they said yes, Jesus said to them, "You will indeed drink from my cup" (Matthew 20:23)

Revelation 11:7-8 predicted that John and James will be killed like Jesus was crucified, "The beast that came up out of the abyss will fight against them. He will defeat them and kill them, and their bodies will lie in the street of the great city, where their Lord was crucified." (Revelation 11:7-8)

Them = John and James

The Great City = Jerusalem

Their Lord = Jesus

The great city where their Lord was crucified: Jerusalem, where Jesus was crucified.

Revelation 11:11 predicted that John and James will be raised from death to life the same way Jesus resurrected from the dead, "After three and half days a life-giving breath came from God and entered them, and they stood up; and all who saw them were terrified." (Revelation 11:11)

Revelation 11:12 says that John and James ascended into heaven after their resurrection like Jesus did, 'Then the two prophets heard a loud voice say to them from heaven, "Come up here!" As their enemies watched, they went up into heaven in a cloud."' (Revelation 11:12)

John and James are called two prophets because James corresponds to Moses (01) and John corresponds to Elijah (10) in the binary system.

Like Jesus, John and James died, resurrected, and ascended into heaven. And that brought them into Christ.

Jesus said, "But I do not have the right to choose who will sit at my right and my left. These places belong to those for whom my Father has prepared them." (Matthew 20:23)

Jesus said that because God had already granted the those positions to Judah and Israel. The future of Jesus was the past where the kingdom of Judah sat on the right hand of God and the kingdom of Israel sat on the left hand side of God.

Recall that Judah is Base-2 (01) and Israel is Base-10 (10). Since Moses is 01 and Elijah is 10, Moses and Elijah are the kingdom of Judah and the kingdom of Israel personified. Therefore Jesus meant that God had already granted the people of Judah and the people of Israel to sit at his right and his left respectively. In other words, the Messiah is the United Monarchy personified. The right half of his body is made up of the people of the Kingdom of Judah and the left half of his body is made up of the people of the Kingdom of Israel.

Israel is a six letter word and Judah is a five letter word. Similarly, Elijah is a six letter word and Moses is a five letter word.

Consequently,
Israel = Elijah
           = 6

Judah = Moses
            = 5

United Monarchy = Israel + Judah
                               = Elijah + Moses
                               = 6 + 5
                               = 11

11 = 10 + 01
     = Ten Sefirot + Malkuth
     = The Tree of Life

Recall that 10 is equal to John because John (1) is visible and James (0) is invisible and 01 is equal to James because John (0) is invisible and James (1) is visible. To be invisible is to be nothing.

Therefore,
10 = 40
01 = 05

10 + 01 = 40 + 05
              = 45 (Messiah)

Where, 4 = John and 5 = James.
                       

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