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Month: July, 2015

The Four Gospels Part 4B

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 4B)

… Continued from Part 4A – The Gospel of St. John

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The Four Gospels Part 4A

                       THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 4A)

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                                                   THE DAUGHTER OF GOD
                                    THE HUB OF THE HOLY CITY OF GOD

 

ST. JOHN – THE FOURTH LIVING CREATURE, THE FLYING EAGLE

            What is the Gospel of St. John really all about? And what is it trying to get across to us? Would you be surprised to find out that the whole book is about us, the readers, taking part in the “Atonement and Eucharist”? Are we as Christians, followers of the Christ, willing to leave the material dream world for the Holy City of God?
            Below is my presentation of the two Golden Candlesticks. These two Golden Candlesticks were placed in the Woman’s Court of Solomon’s Temple. The book of John secretly explains these two Golden Candlesticks to us via the tones of Science.  The angel of Revelation 10 has his left foot upon the earth and his right foot upon the sea (water).  This means that the angel’s left foot has dominion over the earth (has dominion over the Letter of the Law via Truth which is Christian Science) and the angel’s right foot has dominion over the sea (has dominion over the Spirit of the Law via Love which is divine Science).

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 3b

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 3b)

 

…St. Luke continued.

Christianity as the Christ – Soul

            The sixth minor Stargate shines its light upon the Palmleaves of Salvation Keystone. It correlates with the tenth chapter “Science of Being.”
            “Chapter X, ‘Science of Being’ views the universe of ideas in its Christ office, as the dynamics of ideas. It shows that an idea has the power to dispel invisible ideas as well as visible ideas and that it operates as a divine infinite calculus. This chapter is Christianity reflecting the Christ.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 569)

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 3a

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 3a)

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                                                           THE SON OF MAN

ST. LUKE – the third living creature – the face of a man (Gabriel)

            We are in the next four tones, the tones of Christianity, which deals with ideas. These four tones deal “with the demonstration of Christianity. Here the universe of ideas is viewed in its Christ office as the dynamics of ideas. This section shows that an idea has the power to dispel invisible error through the establishment of the realm of spiritual ideas.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 569)  The angel Gabriel (Love), God’s divine messenger, is of major importance in this Gospel.  Love is the foundation of Christianity, true brotherhood, for “the impulsion which puts Christian Science into operation is, in Luke’s Christianity Gospel, the Christianity of universal Love in divine Science, appearing as the Christianity of Life and Love in absolute Christian Science.” (W. Gordon Brown; FGTR, p. 291)

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 2b

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 2b)

Continued from St. Mark – Part 2a

Christ as Christianity (continued)
            In chapter 11 Jesus enters Jerusalem, the city of peace, unto Bethphage (“house of figs; house of unripe figs” [Metaphysical Bible Dictionary]) and Bethany (house of figs; …place of crossings; place where crossings are made; place of fords” [Metaphysical Bible Dictionary]}, at the mount of Olives.
            “Jesus enters Jerusalem. ‘Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord,’ the people shout. But, from the spiritual point of view, their thought is as fruitless and sterile as a barren fig tree.   It is like the commercialism that pollutes the temple. The real house of God, ‘called of all nations the house of prayer,’ is the Christly body of mankind. The temple must therefore be cleansed of its material greed and corruption. So Jesus rides into Jerusalem upon a colt and then cleans out the Temple of the moneychangers. First the Christ is recognized to fulfill Bible prophecy and then the Christ drives out the materially minded from the Christian body.”[1]
            Jesus first cursed the fig tree and the following morning they passed by the same fig tree “dried up from the roots.” Peter brought the tree to the remembrance of the Master. Jesus replied, “Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them. And when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye have ought against any; that your Father also which is in heaven may forgive you your trespasses. But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses.” (Mark 11:20-25)

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THE FOUR GOSPELS Pt. 2a

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 2a)

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                                                GOD IS OUR MOTHER

ST. MARK – the second living creature – the Ox or Bull

            We are in the four tones of the Christ that uncover the claims of duality, of evil, translating error back into true being (the “young man” or God’s idea). This is an important point to understand for this particular Gospel. As you will see the “young man” as God’s idea is brought out over and over throughout this Gospel. And this “young man” has no material lineage.
            St. Mark is operating as the Christ. There is no material lineage mentioned in St. Mark because the Christ is never born into matter. There is no material lineage mentioned in St. Mark because God is our real Mother, She creates man (mind that reflects Mind) in Her image (man) and likeness (woman) via the divine infinite calculus matrix (womb).

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The Four Gospels – Part 1B

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX – Part 1B

ST. MATTHEW (continued from Part 1A)

The Word as Christianity – Life and Truth – Acrux shines its light upon the third foundation Keystone (James) which depicts the Cross of Calvary of Christianity where we have “Marriage” – for true marriage is between the Christ head (that which leads us to the Holy City) and the Christ mass being united in Christian Science.
            “In Chapter III, ‘Marriage,’ we are shown the exaltation of everyday life, since Christianity is always the outcome of the Christ-idea. This is the Word reflecting Christianity, since seeking the spiritual involves a higher sense of humanhood.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 567)

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The Four Gospels Part 1A

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 1A – Matthew)

 

INTRODUCTION

            There is a theory going on today that the reason why the four Gospels were written so differently is because they were written like fan fiction  is written today, when people take their favorite story and change it or add their own ideas to it because they are such great fans.  This is not so in regards to the New Testament.  The four Gospels were written on purpose the way they were written and they were placed in the order that they are because they are following the divine system bringing out the divine infinite calculus.  In W. Gordon Brown’s book From Genesis to Revelation, pages 278-281, he explains this divine infinite calculus found within the Four Gospels.  I, however, also wish to present to you how the first four books of the New Testament relate to Window of the Open Book, or the Holy City Matrix, which Brown does not do, while providing to you with what W. Gordon Brown presents in his book.

 

The Holy City

The Holy City

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