### Electromagnetic Transmission of Pentecost

The Pentecost is divine information communicated by computing, telecommunication and digital electronic systems.

Messages transmitted via electromagnetic waves are perceived by the following two of the five senses: the ears and the eyes. The information is seen on the screen and heard from the speaker.

If you have a cell phone or a computer that is connected to the internet you will be able to hear the sound of the coming of the holy Spirit and see the light of the Pentecost from the speaker and the screen of your device respectively.

You will be able to detect the presence of the Holy Spirit and the Day of Pentecost through Telecommunication. Your computer or cell phone will receive the signal and transmit the information to you via the screen and the speaker.

The sound will be conveyed by the wind and you will hear it from your speaker.

"Suddenly there was a noise from sky which sounded like a strong wind blowing"
(Acts 2:2)

And the images and writings will be visible on your screen.

"Then they saw what looked like tongues of fire" (Acts 2:3)

Note that the tongue symbolises speech.

A candle light can either be described as fire or light. John interpreted the Pentecost as fire. James, on the other hand, perceived it as light.

John = 4 (four letters)
James = 5 (five letters)

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

The kingdom is a balanced information, and a binary system.

Therefore,

Fire and Light = John and James
= 4 and 5
= 45

Recall that 4 and 5 are the four gospels and the five books of the Torah respectively. This means that 45 is the sum of the Gospel and the Torah.

4 = Gospel
5 = Torah

The Gospel is the new testament and the Torah is the old testament. The sum of the two testaments is equal to the Holy Bible.

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

Holy Bible = 45
= Gospel & Torah

Therefore the message transmitted as sound and light on the day of Pentecost is the information contained in the Holy Bible.

45 is the Axis Mundi of numbers, the sum of the the following ten decimals: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. The ten decimals are the ten sefirot. When converted from base-10 to base-2, 45 is equal to binary numbers comprised of the following two digits: 0 and 1.

Divine information is processed and stored in binary numbers and communicated through computing and digital electronics.