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[First Sample Page From Further Along in the Book]

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[Saturday, 07/January/2023]

Below is a sample page from further along in this online, web-based "book."  Thought this might spark someone's interest 👀.  To find out how we got to this point, however, you will need continue to the next page and continue reading along.

In short, it's not this...


11

Heaven Above

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Earth Below

34


It's the mirror opposite of it!  I had it flipped upside down the entire time!!!  Here's how it should look...



34

Heaven Above

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Earth Below

11

 

See those two "ones" - not symbolic of the number "11", but two, distinct "ones"?  1 + 1 = 2.  Wanna take a guess as to what I believe those two "ones" represent?

That's right!  The "two" witnesses foretold of old to come forth in the final days of the end!

Now, you next might ask, so what does the "3" and the "4" represent above in Heaven?  Simple!

We have the "One" Almighty God (that's already been established...there's where we get our "1" from obviously).

20 = 1

We also have Jesus Christ (which as I already mentioned, represents a "2").  In this instance, it represents a "2" and a "1" that have essentially been bonded together, yet still can still operate independently from one another.  I know that's confusing, but recall that Jesus Christ is both fully God (1) and fully man (2)?  So, there you have it!  1 x 2 = 2.

21 = 2

Yet, we still haven't determined where the actual "3" is coming from, have we?  Well, as you might be starting to guess by now, since scripture tells us that Jesus is now seated at the right hand of the Father in Heaven, if we add up the numbers for the One Almighty Father (1) along with Jesus Christ (2), what do we get?  Exactly!  "3"!

Now, what about the number "4" in the value "34" (3 + 4 = 7!  A divine number indeed)?  Well, if you refer back to the table of 1-to-1 mappings of being type to their assigned number table back on the Why Would It Matter if My Wife Were an Angel? page, you will see that I have placed the number "4" next to the Holy Spirit.

Why is that important you may ask?  And what is the significance of that?

Perhaps some of you might recall this passage of scripture from the Book of Revelation?

"Then I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds so they did not blow on the earth or the sea, or even on any tree." - Revelation 7:1 (New Living Translation)

And why does that matter?  How does the "wind" have anything to do with the Holy Spirit?  Well, let's take a look at another passage of scripture pulled from two different translations of the Bible and see what it says about all this.

The earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, while a wind from God swept over the face of the waters. - Genesis 1:2 [New Revised Standard Edition (NRSV)]

Interestingly enough, the majority of Bible translations translate the word "wind" to more concisely translate to "Spirit of God" (aka the Holy Spirit of God).

And the earth was waste and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep: and the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. - Genesis 1:2 [American Standard Version (ASV)]

22 = 4

Interesting, huh?  So, there you have it.  Do with that information what you will, but I sincerely believe that the math is right in this case.  But, again, I realize that may just be me.  And, I'm perfectly fine with that!  But, please at least stay with me a little while longer as we continue this journey down the proverbial rabbit hole to just see if any of this actually starts to make some sense.

By the way, here's something else.  If you were to add up all those "2 To The Power Of" values above, what do we get?

20 (1) + 21 (2) + 22 (4) = 7


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Just something to think about...