There is a story of Abraham and his son Isaac. This story tells us that god asked Abraham to sacrifice his beloved son as a test of his faith, but at the last moment stops him and instead offered a ram. Abraham and his wife Sarah were very old (over 90 years old) and they had no children. God had promised to make Abraham the father of many nations yet into their 90s, they still did not have any children. Sarah decided to hurry things up so she made Abraham sleep with her servant, Hagar. In those days, if a slave woman had a child, that child was considered to be the child of the master and his wife. Hagar had Ishmael. But God let Abraham know that this was not HIS plan. Ishmael was not the promised child. Finally, an angel appeared and told Sarah and Abraham that they would have a child. Sarah laughed! But, 9 months later, Isaac was born. He was the child of the promise. Abraham was a great man of faith to the Jews. God wanted to test his faith, so he told Abraham to make a sacrifice, as Jews were supposed to do back in those days, and the sacrifice was to be his son, Isaac. Abraham went up on a mountain with Isaac. Isaac, a young boy, asked his father: “Where is the lamb for the sacrifice?” Abraham, full of fear but a man of obedience, replied that “God would supply the lamb for the sacrifice.” Abraham laid Isaac down on the altar of sacrifice. Just as Abraham was about to bring the knife down to kill Isaac, God intervened and stopped Abraham. Isaac went on to grow up, marry and have children (Jacob and Esau), from whom he had grandchildren, great-grandchildren, etc. – as many as the stars in the sky, just as God had promised. In this way, Abraham was the father of the Jewish race.
Now what does it really say? For that we need to know that names have meaning.
“From the Hebrew name יִצְחָק (Yitzchaq) meaning “he will laugh, he will rejoice”, derived from צָחַק (tzachaq) meaning “to laugh”. The Old Testament explains this meaning, by recounting that Abraham laughed when God told him that his aged wife Sarah would become pregnant with Isaac (see Genesis 17:17), and later Sarah laughed when overhearing the same prophecy (see Genesis 18:12). When Isaac was a boy, God tested Abraham’s faith by ordering him to sacrifice his son, though an angel prevented the act at the last moment. Isaac went on to become the father of Esau and Jacob with his wife Rebecca.”
All the names of people we find in the Book of Genesis have meanings quite relevant to the story of the persons concerned. For example, Abraham’s son is called Isaac (Yitshaq), which means ‘He Laughs’, a reference to Abraham laughing when told that he will father a son at the age of one hundred years. Jacob (Ya’aqobh) literally means ‘One That Takes By The Heel'(see Genesis 25:26), a derivative of ‘aqebh (heel). As the story of Jacob progresses, his name is changed to Israel (Yisra’el), the meaning of which is unclear, but is often translated as ‘Wrestled With God’ or ‘Striver With [or Against] God’.
To make it clear again we are often judging a book by its cover, we judge people without knowing the inner person or motivations, this we do nearly with all, including the ancient texts, thinking they then know it. But the ancient text is very different the our present use of language, our letters only have value in the words they create, while the ancient letters give meaning to the words they create because each letter has meaning. And another layer is number as it reveals structure and finally one that without understanding these other two is known as parables, metaphors etcetera, with the intent to get an idea of the nature of things, but nowadays it’s often taken at face value. Let’s go back to the inner mirrored sphere/torus in the previous article. It’s you in Plato’s cave, the article’s intent is to show how it works within that torus sphere and how to free yourself from it. The order by which it is reflecting within, from positive to negative and vice versa until we have balanced it out and centred ourselves. It’s then that we eventually see outside the cave, because what happens within with its principles is a scale of what happens outside. So through knowing thy self we can recognize the truth of things outside ourselves. But we cannot step outside the cave unless the offer is made, a burned offering of the lam ego. Then you do not need to go to the mountain but the mountain will come to you. Which is very different from how it’s used by so many internet gurus who tell you that you can have all you desire if you believe you are already having it etcetera. Now let’s move to darkness, deep down in the ocean they found a fish that lives deep down where there is very little light that reaches it. This fish was photographed many times but all the photos show is a silhouette, it turns out it’s the highest grade of black that does not reflect any light but absorbs it. That’s the nature of the world of matter, it encapsulates light. And when you mix different colours of paint we get black, but if you do that with the different colours of light it turns white light. Here again it mirrors the nature of creation. Now this reflection within follows a pattern, this pattern is in accordance with the blueprint. Due to its cyclic nature we experience time. Time is not a separate entity but a illusionary cause of separation of the whole through the identification with all that is the cyclic nature of matter. This should help to comprehend the timeless nature of god. Another thing that should ring a bell is the fact that life is carbon based and carbons half-life (meaning that after a certain time a photon it released and resolves part of matter) is 5760 years.
Just a few number values you will now be able to recognize and place.
Each 30° or 2160, a zodiac sign, and the 66 books the cyclic nature blueprint. When we divide the 30 by 66 we get 4545454545… but 12 x 30 = 360÷66=5454545454…
But 2160 ÷ 66 =32,727272. Which is equal to 25920 ÷ 972=32,727272. And equal to 72 ÷ 22 letters= 32,727272… now 6545 x 3,1416 = 20561772 ÷ 52,36=3927.
The total of neutrons and protons of the amino acids of DNA is 7920.
The earth is 7920 British miles in diameter. And the 4 corners of the world radius 792 x 4=3168.
Having studied the articles means it should be clear when I say that Abraham is the vessel and Isaac one of the puppets in the cave/vessel.
The following article is a new scientific discovery but just another conformation of the scalar nature of the torus spheres.
Now I’ve told you that this tree has 7 points and is mirrored positive as well as negative, and this star configuration is of course a representation of light being divided (the sign of the rainbow), the seven rays broken up in its individual rays, that is the reflecting taking place within. On a personal level, planetary level and zodiac level interconnected.
Now I’ve explained the pilgrim’s pass, and if you would reread the articles it would lead to another step/spark. With this enabling you to visualize and start being able to place it on this framework.
Moshiya van den Broek