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The Seventh Day

The seventh day, numerically equal to 7, is the day the Cosmos was constructed out of Chaos. In the Bible, it is the day God rested from his work of creation.

"By the seventh day God finished what he had been doing and stopped working. He blessed the seventh day and set it apart as a special day, because by that day he had completed his creation and stopped working."     (Genesis 2:2-) GNT"

There are seven days in a week; the first six days are the days of work, and the seventh day is the day set aside for man to rest like God rested.

Man is central to the universe, and everything in the universe is anchored on human beings.

God is the sum of all people irrespective of their religions, nations, tribes, languages, races and geographical locations. Therefore the story of creation recorded in the book of Genesis is the story of man creating himself and the world around him.

Man hadn't experienced peace and stability on earth because mankind had been under creation. This means that mankind never existed, but was an embryo developing in the womb.

The seventh day is the birth day of humanity, and the previous six days were the nine months man spent in the womb.

Over six thousand years history of the world was the story of the first six days of creation. It was a story of evolution where man and everything that exist evolved from nothing to something.

Nothing is equal to zero "0" and something is equal to one "1". Nothing is equal to chaos - the first six days of creation. Something is equal to harmony - the seventh day of creation. Therefore chaos and harmony are equal to 0 and 1 respectively.

Since the first six days of creation is chaos, the first six days of creation is zero (nothing). And since the past six thousand years history of the world is equal to the six days of creation, everything done on earth in the last six thousand years amount to zero because it never happened.

0 is the Ein Sof (Wuji) and 1 is the Ohr (Taiji), which means that the first six days of creation are equal to the Ein Sof and the seventh day of creation is the Ohr.

The Ein Sof is the tree of the knowledge of good and evil and the Ohr is the tree of life.

The Ein Sof is Yin and the Ohr is Yang. United, the Ein Sof and the Ohr are equal to Yinyang (Yang).

Since the Ein Sof is equal to 0 and the Ohr is equal to 1, Yinyang is equal to 01.

0 = Yin
1 = Yang

Since Yinyang is the tree of life, 0 and 1 are the root and the shoot of the tree of life respectively.

Therefore the seven days of creation is the tree of life. The first six days constitute the root of the tree and the seventh day is the shoot of the tree. This means that the past six thousand years history of the world is the root of the tree of life and the future of humanity is the shoot of the tree of life.

Like the root of a tree is beneath the earth, so the last six thousand years history of the world is buried. This means that the root is the underworld and the shoot is the world above.

The sum of 0 and 1 is equal to 1.

0 + 1 = 1

Therefore the sum of the root (the tree of the knowledge of good and evil) and the shoot (the tree of life) is equal to the tree of life.

The tree of life is a binary system because 0 and 1 are the two digits in binary numbers.

The water of life is balanced information, the river of life is the flow of balanced information, and the tree of life is the octet conveying the information. The octet is made up of binary numbers.

The balanced information unites all of mankind to form a peaceful, stable and harmonious world called the Cosmos. Therefore the birth of mankind is the birth of the Cosmos.

The Cosmos is the seventh day.

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