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Monad

Monad: The Absolute. Source: Wikimedia Commons

The Monad (1) is an encycled dot or point O, representing the Alpha and Omega,  constructed using a compass and a pencil. The center of the circle is the origin or source of all things and the circumference of the circle is the end or crown of everything, such that the Monad is the first and the last; the beginning and the end.

Creation of the Cosmos is construction of geometric shapes. The most important part of the process of creation is the construction of the first day and the last day. The two days were constructed simultaneously.

God constructed the first day when he said "let there be light!" (Genesis 1:3) "NIV"

The light that appeared on the first day of creation of the Cosmos is the halo - a ring of light.

The last day is the seventh day when God rested from his work of creation of the harmonious world. "By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work." (Genesis 2:2) 'NIV"

The first day and the seventh day are the first and the last, and the beginning and the end.

"I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End." (Revelation 22:13) "NIV"

First: first day
Last: last day

Beginning: dot or point
End: circle (glory or crown)

The Alpha and the Omega: Monad

The first is 1 (first day) and the last is 12 (the seventh day). Since one is a point or dot and 12 is a circle, God is a circle with center O.

Constructing a circle using a compass and a pencil is creating the Cosmos - the manifestation of God. The circle itself is the first day and its center is the seventh day of the Cosmos.

The second day is the chord of the circle formed when a straight line is drawn to join two points on the circumference of the circle. The magnitude of the straight line is equal to 2 (Father and Son). The first day is the first dimension.

The third day is the second dimension, represented by a square. The four sides of the square are the four faces called the four living creatures. The third day is called four square (perfect square) because of the four faces.

The fourth day is the third dimension, represented by a hexagon. The six sides of the hexagon are the six square facets of a cube. The cube is called the Holy of Holies, the Most Holy Place or the Holiest of all.

Still on the third dimension, the fifth day is an octagon whose eight vertices are the eight vertices of the cube. A vertex is a direction, such that the octagon (or the cube) is a Qibla whose eight vertices are the following eight directions: north, east, west, south, northeast, northwest, southeast, and southwest.

The sixth day is an equilateral triangle whose three sides are equal to the Blessed Trinity (the Father, Son and Holy Spirit). The triangle is the Tetractys of the Decad, comprised of ten points or dots that are ten digits called the ten sefirot.

The hexagon representing the fourth day is the point of intersection of two equilateral triangles, which means that fourth day is the center of a hexagram (the Star of David).

In Chinese philosophy and cosmology, the equilateral triangle is called trigram. The trigram is made up of the first day and the second day where the first day is represented by an unbroken line and the second day is represented by a broken line. The unbroken line is equal to 1 (Yang) and the broken line is equal to 2 (Yin), such that the three sides of the equilateral triangle (the Tetractys) are equal to 3 (1 + 2).

1 = Holy Spirit (Yang)
   = Unbroken (harmony)

2 = Father and Son (Yin and Yang)
    = Broken (chaos)

This means that there is conflict in the state of the Blessed Trinity as there is between the Father and the Son.

The equilateral triangle is the building block of the hexagon, and the hexagon is the building block of the octagon. The octagon is Bagua, whose building blocks are hexagrams formed from trigrams. And the building blocks of the trigrams are the two binary numbers 0 (broken line) and 1 (unbroken line). 0 and 1 are Yin and Yang respectively.

God is divine information stored in binary digits, such that the octagon (Bagua) is an octet made up of eight hexagons, each comprised of binary numbers.

The octagon (the octet) is inscribed in the circle to form a circumscribed octagon, such that God is divine information stored in time (a circular clock).

Therefore God coming in his glory is divine information inscribed in a circle.

To inscribe means to write words in a book, engrave, carve, or print characters on an object.

Consequently, God is divine information written in an ebook. The information is data transmitted by an octet. It is geometrically an octagon inserted in a circle.

Monad is a clock representing time and God is the information in the octet inscribed in time. Center O of the Monad is the center of the clock where the three hands of time meet, and the circumference of the Monad is the is equal to the twelve hours of the day or the twelve units of the clock.

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