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The Bible's Cycle

Updated on April 13, 2017

Introduction

Rather than reading into the Bible what we have been taught I found reading every word, obtaining their definitions and when differences are found reasoning to find why are they by filling in the spaces with what we know today. Yoshua the Christ said; “For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled” which means specific details has to be recognized for understand the intended meanings. Jots and tittles are the Hebrew writings' diacritical marks.

ADOLESCENT: “the age a child is weaned from nursing and leaves ‘the nest’ prior to entering adulthood at puberty.”

DARK: “the presence of all colors symbolizing the union of all knowledge.”

EVENING: “the time which precedes.”

GENERATION: “one thousand years in some instances and life expectancy of human during the latter days per Psalm 90:10.”

LIGHT: “the absence of all colors that illuminates darkness’ details.”

MOON: “a reflector of the sun's light to earth; month with its four quarters being weeks.”

MORNING: “the time of light.”

RESSURECTION: “reincarnation; the new birth’s transforming woman or human back into man; the evolution of life-forces from one specie into another.”

WORLD: “man’s ideologies and things created on earth.”

NOTE: man is only used as the gender-neutral specie; our genders are boys and girls for adults and babies, children or adolescences for man’s offsprings: human or woman is used for civilized all man.

The Creations

There are two creations in the Bible; the first in the King James Authorized Version begins with “in the beginning God created the heaven and earth.” Some scholars say the Hebrew word translated to “in the beginning” should read “in beginning,” that two similar spelling Hebrew words is responsible for the different meanings and some Hebrew scholars say the original word means “in beginning.” The difference is “in the beginning” suggests nothing existed before it; “in beginning” signifies this is the place of starting and the narrative will returned to it as cycles do.

For our purpose go to the fourth day where “And God said, let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years” is found. There, “signs” could be speaking about the Zodiac or saying the “seasons, days and years” the lights produce are representatives of something pertaining to man. Although the Zodiac is the most common I prefer to say it is the latter since it is prophecy that often have a known misrepresenting and blinding man to what it intends. That would make the four seasons represent the man’s primary ethnics of Asians as civilization’s originating yellow man, Natives of the Americas or red man, African Natives or black man and European Natives or white man as the year’s seasons.

Days having two major and two minor times making evening the time without light followed by a minor transitions from first light to sunrise producing morning’s time of light followed by a sunset to dark transition. The moon also produces four weeks of seven days as the seven-days of the first creation.

Then there is the statement on day six when man of both genders became being to produce and “replenish” the earth found in older versions. By Jewish scholars I am told replenish is the correct translation.

Then the seventh day is followed by the second creation I call the sunrise of civilization because time is not mentioned in it and it contradicts the first. I also call the great flood sunrise’s completion.

Civilization’s End

There are many prophetic references to the end of the world in the Bible but I use Revelation because of the words in the first verse of the book reads; “The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; …” and the words of chapter 4 verse 1, “…come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter;” suggests nothing written in the book had happened prior its being given.

In chapter 20:4-5 is what is called the millennium reign of Christ with a first resurrection where all discarnated man of 19:21 live again. That is the first resurrection and demands an answer to “where do we find the second resurrection” that I’ve not seen any reference to anywhere in the Bible. Then in chapter 21:1 is “a new heaven and a new earth” where the people have none of the physical feelings man of this civilization has (4), no sun or moon (23) and the structures were like gemstones (18-22). Together they say this earth is transformed into something which appears completely different from what we see today; so why do the discarnated, as common belief say go to heaven or hell, reincarnate except to become those people.

Filling In the Space

I’m suggesting the Bible opens with “in beginning [a narrative stating] “god created the heavens and earth. And the earth was without form and void [of any works of man’s hands]; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the spirit of god moved upon the face of the waters. And god said, let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good: and god divided the light from the darkness. And god called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning was the first day.”

“And god said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters and let it divide the waters from the waters. And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so. And god called the firmament heaven. And the evening and the morning was the second day:” is only as a metaphor of the ending of the previous civilization Revelation 21 represents with the waters (Rev. 17:15) above the firmament representing an all at once rapture of those saved and “ascended” from earth.

The metaphor continues to show the earth, microbes and plant on day three are recognized; the reigniting of the sun and moon on the forth day, the recognition of birds and fish the fifth day followed by the larger animals, including man, on the sixth day.

According to Daniel 4:9-34 it was the sixth day that man began reproducing those for the second resurrection or when life forces from all species below evolves up their timelines including to man. The “all at once rapture” took 10% of man population of about 700 billion allowing 700 million life forces from each specie to evolve upward; so it was the end of the sixth day man began repopulating the earth according to the order of all other mammals. That means a child is conceived and gestates for nine months before exiting the mother’s womb; the mother nurses it until the “milk teeth” are replaced at about age twelve when the child becomes an adolescent and leaves the mother. Since there were no individual families at that time, a girl chose a boy to mate then they went their separate ways. That reproducing period is what is called “the day god rested” prior to the sunrise of man’s becoming civilized in the Far East and that is where we began using “days” as “signs” by making that week represent the first light to sunrise’s transition be seven thousand years to civilization’s beginning.

The second creation is civilization’s sunrise that began by producing a single boy from which a metamorphosis produce the girl. However, metamorphosing specie only produce the beings it began as like tadpoles, frogs comes from, are by frogs and proves that to be an error.

Their curses require girls to be beholding to the boys and boys to become the “bread winners” giving mothers time to play with the children that caused the attachments between mothers and children that led to fathers’ becoming attached. Again, they were hairy like most mammal species and the hair was removed upon their exiting from the garden or self-reproducing environment that left them with a yellowish skin.

I suppose you notice, there was no reproduction until after they were left with “coats of skin” meaning they did not know how to mate with boy’s hairy foreskin. That caused their shame in the garden as the girl’s ovulation caused him to erect and they did not know how to reproduce and were to shame to ask God. Thus, civilization’s sunrise began and shone over the entire earth at the “Great Flood” where “fair” skin caused the “sons of God” (Genesis 6:2) approve of them and “marry” their ideology which only left one group from each of the four primary ethnics to live ecologically.

Matthew 1:17 reads;So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto [the second] Christ are fourteen generations.” That makes Abraham be where Blacks [Esau reigned 21,000 years] was followed Whites [Jacob’s 21,000 years] had their beginning and indicates Adam [Asian 21,000 years and Native Americans 21,000 years] to Abraham were forty-two generations making the morning to be 84,000 years long with each generation being a thousand years. Cain’s offsprings, after leaving Eden toward the east, shows he traveled to the “land of Nod” [many times found and forgotten] his descendants indicate when applied to the Natives after the last finding of the Americas. Thus, the Bible provided us with metaphors of Adam and Noah as the Asians and father of civilization, Cain and Japheth the Americas’ natives, Ham and Esau for Africa’s natives and Shem and Jacob as European natives that all other people are a mixture of them.

Thus we have the year’s four seasons beginning with the yellow budding of plants in spring as Asians, the red ripe fruit of summer as Native Americans, the darkening of fruit and leaves in fall as Native Africans and the snow of winter as the Native European terminators of civilization. With the transitions’ being seven millenniums man’s earthly cycle is 182,000 years.

Conclusion

Allowing the scriptures to speak to us reveals the error of religious teachings, after all, how many times is it written “he that hath ears to hear let him hear what the spirit say” but instead we hear what fleshly man say. By allowing Spirit to show us how to fill in the gaps we are able to see the Bible is an endless cycle of life on earth given in symbols. By performing Isaiah’s (1:18) “Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool,” with the spirit within we can qualify to enter “Armageddon” and survive the only "World War" the Bible calls the “Battle of That Great Day of God Almighty” to become the “ten virgins” qualified to enter the promise ahead of the Alpha and Omega.

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