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Fruit of Life Chi-Rho Symbol

The Fruit of Life is a Chi-Rho symbol depicting Christ as the sum of space and time and the blue print of the cosmos.

Life is Christ. And eating the fruit of the tree of life is eating the body of Christ.

Time is represented by the clock - the instrument used for measuring time. The thirteenth circle of the Fruit of Life is the center of the clock and the remaining twelve circles surrounding the thirteenth circle is the twelve units (12 hours) of the clock.

The Fruit of Life symbol or Chi-Rho is a wind vane where the transverse cross is the four cardinal directions.

The four cardinal points are the four winds called the four corners of the Earth, which means that Christ occupies the four corners of the Earth. He is in everything, everyone and everywhere.

Wind is a moving air. And Christ is called wind because he is the breath of life.

Oxygen is the eighth element in the Periodic Table. An atom of Oxygen, like atoms of other elements, is comprised of the three subatomic particles: proton, neutron and electron.

A subatomic particle is equal to a bit, such that the three subatomic particles are equal to 3-bits.

An atom of Oxygen has eight electrons, eight protons and eight neutrons. Since a subatomic particle is equal to a bit, an atom of Oxygen should be equal to 24 bits. In reality, an atom of Oxygen is equal to 8 bits. The reason is that proton and electron constitute a broken line while neutron is an unbroken line. Since broken line is zero (Yin) and unbroken line is one (Yang), the three subatomic particles are equal to a straight line drawn from 0 to 1.

Considering that a byte is equal to 8 bits, an atom of Oxygen is equal to 1 byte.

Oxygen atom is Bagua where a symbol is equal to the three subatomic particles and the eight symbols are eight groups, each comprised of three subatomic particles.

Qian, Dui, Li, Zhen, Xun, Kan, Gen, and Kun are codes for twenty four subatomic particles in Oxygen atom. They are also eight lines.

The three subatomic particles are the three sides of an isosceles right triangle, such that a symbol is an isosceles right triangle.

Two symbols are equal to a square and the eight symbols are equal to four squares, which means that an atom of Oxygen is geometrically a perfect square (Foursquare)

The four squares are the four winds from the four corners of the Earth.

In 3D, the four squares are equal to two cubes. And in 4D, they are equal to a tesseract.
The tesseract, comprised of the two cubes, is called Metatron's Cube.

Metatron's Cube is the missing link between the cubical Holy City described in Revelation 21 and the Tree of Life described in Revelation 22.

Each isosceles right triangle is a line, such that the eight isosceles right triangles are also eight lines. Four lines are equal to a square, and the eight lines are equal to a cube.

This means that an Oxygen atom can be portayed as either a cube or a tesseract. As a cube, the atom is equal to space or time. As a tesseract, the atom is equal to spacetime.



Qibla Compass

Qibla compass is a compass design showing clearly that Islam is a direction, and Muslims constitute just one out of the many directions of a compass. Some of the other directions of the compass are Sikhism, Gnosticism, Judaism, Hinduism, Christianity, Atheism, Psychology, Philosophy, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Baha'i Faith, Babism, Rastafarianism, etc.

Qibla compass is designed specifically to help Muslims locate the direction of Mecca and pray facing the Kaaba. Some designs have the word "Mecca" inscribed as the most prominent direction on the compass; others have the image of the Kaaba or a Mosque signifying the qibla (Muslim direction) on the compass.
Although Judaism doesn't have a compass to show Jews what direction to face during prayers, the fact that Jews all over the world pray toward the Temple Mount is an evidence that Judaism is a direction and the Temple Mount is the qibla of the Jews.
Every religion is a compass - the center of the comp…

Sacred Geometry of Isosceles Triangle

An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two equal sides and two equal angles. The two equal angles are called base angles, which means that the base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal.

The two equal sides of the isosceles triangle are the Father and the Son respectively. This means that the isosceles triangle is the throne of the Father and the Son where the Father sits on the left and the Son sits on the right.

He has been raised to the right side of God, his Father, and has received from him the Holy Spirit, as he had promised. (Acts 2:33) "GNT"
The Son seated at the right hand side of God is a human being that is either in harmony with the Father or disconnected from God.

The Son is the image of the Father whenever he listens to the teachings of the Father and learns from him. He is the shadow of the Father whenever he stops learning. Shadow implies alienation.

Whether a man becomes the image of God or the shadow of God depends on the third line (and the third…

Sacred Geometry of Isosceles Right Triangle

An isosceles right triangle is a triangle with two 45° angles, a right angle and two equal sides. The side opposite the right angle is the base and the two equal angles are the base angles. The ratio of the sides opposite the two 45° angles is 1:1.

Isosceles right triangle is the product of an isosceles triangle and a right triangle.

The three sides of the isosceles right triangle correspond to the following three sides of a right triangle:
OppositeAdjacentHypotenuse The three sides are equal to the three persons of the Blessed Trinity as follows:
Opposite = Father (First Person) Adjacent = Son (Second Person) Hypotenuse = Holy Spirit (Third Person)
The linear magnitude of each person of the Blessed Trinity can be calculated via any of the six trigonometric ratios if either the angle facing the opposite side or the angle facing the adjacent side is known.
Let the angle facing the opposite side be Y. The side opposite the right angle is the hypotenuse and the remaining side is the adja…



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