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The Torah is the Christ

John's vision of Christ recorded in Revelation 1 portrays Jesus as the Torah in the midst of the Menorah and the hexagram (the star of David). John said, "I saw seven gold lampstands, and among them there was what looked like a human being, wearing a robe that reached to his feet, and a gold belt round his chest." (Revelation 1:12)

Seven gold lampstands: Menorah

What looked like a human being: Christ

Daniel described Jesus as 'what looked like a human being' as follows: "I saw what looked like a human being. He was approaching me, surrounded by clouds, and he went to the one who had been living for ever and was presented to him." (Daniel 7:13)

Daniel's vision was a description of a handing over ceremony. Peter, sitting on Christ's throne, was handing over the church back to Jesus. It was the vision of the second coming when Jesus is officially recognised as King.

"He was given authority, honour, and royal power, so that the people of all nations, races, and languages would serve him. His authority would last for ever, and his kingdom would never end." (Daniel 7:14)

He: Jesus

Remember that Peter was one of the six people in the transfiguration. James and John ascended to Jesus and became Moses and Elijah. Peter was the only one of the three witnesses of the transfiguration left on earth. He was left to head the earthly church. Peter cannot be a part of the transfiguration until an Axis Mundi is established between heaven and the earthly church.

Jesus was the Word that became a human being. John spoke about how the Word existed before it became a human being, "In the beginning the Word already existed; the Word was with God, and the Word was God." (John 1:1)

The Word was an information (a computer program) that became a human being, "The Word became a human being" (John 1:14)

The human being is the Ish-Man, and the Word that became an Ish-Man was the information contained in the Torah. The Gospel was the Ish-Man that came out of the Torah.

The Gospel is made up of the following four books: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. And the Torah is comprised of the following five books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

Torah= 5 (five books)
Gospel = 4 (four books)

Hence, the Gospel and the Torah are equal to 45. They are also equal to the sum of Malkuth (01) and the ten sefirot (10).

The number of letters in the word Torah are equal to 5, and the number of letters in the word Gospel are equal to 6. The sum of 5 and 6 is equal to 11.

Torah = 5 (five letters)
Gospel = 6 (six letters)

Torah + Gospel = 5 + 6
                            = 11

Malkuth = 01
Ten Sefirot = 10

Malkuth + Ten Sefirot = 01 + 10
                                       = 11
                                       = Torah + Gospel

Since the tree of life is equal to 11, the Gospel and the Torah are equal to the tree of life.

This means that the tree of life is a binary system made up of the four Gospels and the five books of the Torah.

Tree of Life = 45

4 comes before 5 because the twelve apostles of the Lamb are the root and the twelve tribes of Israel are the crown of the tree. The twelve tribes are represented by the Torah and the twelve apostles are represented by the Gospel. The tree of life is the tree house (the new Jerusalem) whose foundation (root) is made up of the apostles.

Consequently, the new Jerusalem is equal to 45 like the tree of life.

4 = Root (12 foundations)
   = Gospel

5 = Crown (12 gates)
   = Torah

45 = Tree of Life
     = Holy City

Recall that the tree of life is the Axis Mundi. Jesus was made King of the world because he is a human Axis Mundi (an Ish-Man) uniting the whole world around himself. This means that Jesus is equal to 45.

4 is the Son and 5 is the Father. We know that the Son is the image of the Father, and that the Son, being human, has no power of his own. He does only what the Father wants him to do.

In 45, 4 is an image in a mirror and 5 is the object. Since the image is the same as the object, 4 is equal to 5. Since 4 is the Gospel and 5 is the Torah, the Gospel is equal to the Torah. And since the Gospel is Christ, Christ is equal to the Torah.



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