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The Transfiguration

The Transfiguration is an Axis Mundi established between the twelve tribes of Israel (or the old testament) and the twelve apostles of Jesus (or the new testament) at the Temple Mount.

Jesus was first with Peter, James and John, "Jesus took with him Peter and the brothers James and John and led them up a high mountain where they were alone." (Matthew 17:1)

High Mountain = Temple Mount

Then Jesus appeared in the midst of Elijah and Moses, "Then the three disciples saw Moses and Elijah talking with Jesus." (Matthew 17:3)

The three apostles were on the earth and Moses and Elijah were in heaven. Jesus established an Axis Mundi between the earth and heaven by going from the three disciples to Moses and Elijah. He became an Ish-Man (a human Axis Mundi) described as follows, "A change came over Jesus: his face was shining like the sun, and his clothes were dazzling white." (Matthew 17:2)

Our knowledge of the new Jerusalem reveals that the apostles are the foundations and the tribes are the gates. Moses and Elijah were the representatives of the twelve tribes, the three disciples were the representatives of the twelve apostles, and Jesus was the bridge or ladder connecting the two sides, which means that the new Jerusalem is the transfigured Jesus Christ.

Recall that Moses and Elijah are the two olive trees and James and John are the two lamps. On earth, Peter was flanked by the two lamps. And Jesus was flanked by the two olive trees when he ascended from earth to heaven.

Jesus described Peter as the rock. He said, "I tell you, Peter: you are a rock, and on this rock foundation I will build my church" (Matthew 16:18)

We know that Jesus is the rock. Jesus was the rock in the sky while he was in heaven with Moses and Elijah and Peter was the rock on earth. The church of Christ built upon Peter is the Axis Mundi towering from the earth to the sky.

Moses and Elijah were two olive trees on the two sides of the rock in heaven and James and John were the two Lamps on the two sides of the rock on earth.

The three disciples were practically looking at themselves in a mirror during the transfiguration because James and John are Elijah and Moses, and Peter was a rock like Jesus.

Today, the Axis Mundi is established between the Foundation Stone and the "Supreme Ultimate" Taiji, such that Jesus is a very tall man towering from the earth to the sky. To be very intelligent is to be very tall. Jesus has his feet on the earth and his head high in the sky, such that he is the line of communication between the sky and the earth and the ladder from earth to heaven and from the sky to the earth.

In other words, the very high mountain was Jesus himself. Moses and Elijah were at the top of the mountain and the three apostles were at the base of the mountain during the transfiguration.

The mountain is a binary system of the old testament and the new testament. On top of the mountain are two olive trees and at the base of the mountain are two lamps.

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