Finally, it’s time to open our Bibles to the very first book. The book of Genes, or Genesis.
Now that we’ve all gone through our basic training exercises, we can begin to recognize some of the alchemical ‘language’ in the texts.
Conveniently enough, it just so happens that the very first sentence establishes our first two elements of Hydrogen and Phosphorus…
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth”
“And the earth was without form, and void”
So it would seem that the element of Phosphorus, which makes up the backbone of the RNA strand, hasn’t been Genetically Engineered by God into living beings yet. Perhaps the RNA strands are strewn about.
Thankfully, the verses and pages that follow turn the RNA into living beings. They describe precisely, step by step, how the various elements are combined to create DNA and Genes...
I should mention at this point that I borrow heavily from Masonic artwork. This is for several reasons. The main reason is that I’m too lazy to recreate original artwork myself and don’t have a budget for this stuff.
Another reason is this…
Masons may be a lot of things but stupid is not one of them.
Whoever put these images together knew what they were doing… big time. If they truly run things behind the scenes, then it is important that we understand what their ultimate goal is.
Understanding the symbols is therefore an important key to help visualize where we are all heading.
As you will begin to see, the Holy Royal Arch is a perfect graphical representation of the first seven days of creation… and of course it is also a representation of the physical construction of the Bible itself… and even our Solar System (As Above, so Below)…
As you view the graphic, try and visualize the Pillar of Earth (Boaz) orbiting the Pillar of the Sun (Jachin).
The Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer give us our two DNA strands…
When this information is placed on the Holy Royal Arch, we now can look through “both eyes” instead of only our left.
“Woe to the idol shepherd that leaveth the flock! the sword shall be upon his arm, and upon his right eye: his arm shall be clean dried up, and his right eye shall be utterly darkened”
We must look through both eyes in order to see the bigger picture…
See that building in the center? That is our ‘Temple’. Christ is the Chief Cornerstone of sure foundation.
"And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone"
The building depicted is also called The Parthenon, meaning “Virgin”… as in Virgin Mary.
Why do Masons use that particular building in much of their architecture?
Because it has 46 and 23 pillars of course!
“The Parthenon had 46 outer pillars and 23 inner pillars in total”