Seven Bible Wonders – Beyond Belief gives an overview of the amazing biblical discoveries that are outlined in the range of E books on this website. The main discoveries are summed up as seven gateways to the heavens and it reveals how the biblical prophets devised those theoretical gateways to give us impressions on how their predicted Messiah would cross the great divide from this earthly world into heaven in the afterlife. For instance, the holy tabernacle was such a gateway and it was called the house of God and the gate of heaven. Withing it numerical listings there lay a great secret where it dimensions in square cubits had the same values as the heavenly orbits of the planets. This made it a metaphysical heaven on earth but it was not until its veil was rent in two at the death of Jesus that its real purpose came into view.
The findings are in the realms of the paranormal for they contain evidence of the heavenly orbits, which mortals should not have known about in those ancient times. The book gives a brief outline of those seven theoretical gateways, which were hidden in plain sight as lists of incredible numbers in the Bible. It is the first scientific evidence from scripture to show that the prophets were either divinely inspired or else they were guided by a higher form of intelligence when they wrote about heaven in the afterlife.
The Biblical Setting
“In the beginning was the Word,” or so the Good Book claims. But even before that there was something more profound – eternal, invisible without shape. There was time, that everlasting ether with no beginning and no end. Quite literally everything under the sun begins and ends with time. It is a universal premise. The key discovery at the core of this book is that time, the movement of the stars and a calendar capable of fixing exact dates into infinity are central to understanding the rituals and religious import in the Bible.
Calendars are critical because they allow us fix on specific dates of significance. The enormity of the discovery of the secret calendar lies in the fact that it reveals for the first time that a sacred timeline was laid down using red letter dates or time spans within which a pantheon of biblical superstars were introduced. The choreography and timing of each new arrival was prepared with the same painstaking effort used today to build up the profiles of celebrity VIPs. In contemporary parlance, the scribes took on the role of promoters.
In the course of these pages it will emerge that the coming of the Messiah may have been the biggest PR undertaking in the history of mankind. Nothing was left to chance. The epiphany it will be argued was preordained and plotted with systematic brilliance using mathematical wizardry. Provision was made for a golden circle beginning with the father figure Abraham. Each new link was forged in advance and would at the appointed hour be added to the chain culminating in the arrival of Jesus. Some 55 generations would eventually complete the family tree rooted in the work of those who devised the calendar of the gods. It will be shown that they mastered the very measurements of the heavens and the orbits of the planets. This information was used to calculate dates and it is decoded here for the first time
The Bible is itself a kind of miracle: The first great global communications project. Its reach could hardly be rivaled even today in the age of cable, satellite and 24 hour broadcasting. Its fascination has held millions in thrall through the centuries. Its gravity has reshaped borders, created dynasties and toppled kings. The writings of the standing armies of scholars who have poured over its every word could wallpaper the heavens. In the context of such exhaustive scrutiny it seems arrogant to suggest that something so momentous could have been over-looked. But the evidence revealed in these pages will show that there is another dimension to the Greatest Story ever Told, one which opens up new perspectives and clears the way for different insights and radical reinterpretation.
Perhaps not since Samson flexed the full span of his mighty arms to bring the temple crashing down, have the pillars of conventional belief been so sorely tested. The emergence in these pages of a shuddering new discovery demands at the very least a fundamental re-examination of the most cherished tenets of Christian and Jew. For the first time, the Bible can be removed from the realms of faith and presented in more realistic language. The central thesis is that the coming of the Messiah was pre-ordained by painstaking forward planning to proclaim the sacred time line of the Lord. The truth is not alas heralded by trumpeting angels but lies on the very parchment of the Bible. This alternative story is not one of serpents and saints but on hard facts based on detailed mathematical analysis. Simply put, all the milestones laid along the path for the Redeemer were prefabricated to authenticate his arrival at the end of days. The epiphany was prepared with methodical mastery by the magi or by an elite initiate. Behind the scenes they employed a secret calendar of almost impossible intricacy which gave them the power of determination. The heavens were their dominion as they had the ability to forecast with total accuracy the unfolding of orchestrated momentous events. This power was wielded through the calendar of the Gods.
Working on the basis that facts are sacred, this book follows a series of mathematical sign posts laid down in the Book of Numbers and in other parts of the Bible which literally take you on a walk through the heavens, the realm of the gods. The ancients set down a pathway using the building blocks of numbers by which they could follow in the foot steps of God. From Jacob’s ladder, the endeavour to scale the heavens if only in a dream, to the beguiling tower of Babel, the aspiration of mortal man was to soar up to the Almighty. The workers on the fantastical tower, we are told spoke one language though they reputedly came from the four corners of the earth. What could that one language have been? Strangely, the answer is relatively simple for the language of construction workers is in numbers and measurements. Yes, it is the one true language of mathematics. The Bible is fundamentally the most celebrated S.O.S signal in the history of humanity. Using their extraordinary understanding of math’s the ancients constructed a bridge to infinity and thus achieved the divine attribute of immortality in the metaphorical sense. Their message was the most important ever communicated for it was no less than the word of God. It is far from fanciful to suggest that they might, given their facility with numbers, transmit part of it through mathematics a far more lucid and direct medium than words.
This calendar system was set down in the Bible through a series of seven special gateways to the heavens that are weighted with calculated significance. It delivered a conclusive and practical demonstration of infinity. The 24 hours in the day, the seven days in the week and the 365 days through which the earth travels around the sun are the fragments of infinity and the indices of the code. The seven gateways have indices that mirror the heavens and navigate this solar path to a 365 day agenda. Step by step a cogent case emerges to suggest that by analyzing in isolation the verbal content of the Bible the message and significance of the numerical dimension has been lost sight of. Cynics will immediately scoff: Is it credible that primitive goat herders and shepherds who relied upon the technology of the abacus to count their very flocks could actually compute on a par with Microsoft? Let’s remind ourselves that time has been the most tangent link between man and the heavens for millennia. Divine connections were made with the sun as day and the moon as night. Light and darkness, good and evil. That journey around the sun has had a sacred significance before the hourglass or sundial were devised.
Any encounter with the Bible involves traversing sacred ground and perhaps glancing off some cherished beliefs. But this endeavor is not about sacking the temple, though it will certainly annul some of the myths and practices that religious establishments have rested on for thousands of years. But in their place the findings do unveil the format of a magnificent numerical sophistication in all its multi-layered ingeniousness. The revelation that some of the most beautiful lyrical parables of the Bible as well as some of its most disturbing texts carried a watermark that can only be seen when held up to the light of mathematics may seem controversial at first. But the clues were there nonetheless. What was required was a detailed and pains taking analysis based on detailed calculation all of which has been independently verified.
The ingenuity of the calendar lay in the facts that it empowered the cogescenti. It was used to lay down a red carpet into a future along which a selection of Biblical heavyweights would eventually walk. By the time the entered the story the audience would be prepared for their arrival by the confluence of special indicators, signs or portents. These were generally celestial and created a sense of divine connection. It imbued the character with a mystique or aura. It culminated with the birth of Jesus Christ, and his receipt of the royal ointment from the Magi.