The First Interpretation and The Left Behinds

Christians have, for nearly two thousand years, been blinded by a significant Apostolic error made in the very first days of Christianity.  Jesus never told anyone to worship Him. He directed deity worship to the Father, gave us a prayer to the point and even told us that without the Father - He, himself, was nothing. The Apostles told us we should worship Jesus. This indisputable fact begs a question. Whom should we have listened to - The Son of God - or the dictates of men? The answer would seem to be a no brainer.

The Apostles traveled with Jesus and in the course of their journey saw many wondrous and remarkable things. No one could fault them for being impressed. Yet, if they could have seen forward to what effect their opinions would have on future generations, they'd not have taken the route they eventually settled upon.

The first interpretation centers on the assumptions that Jesus must be the 'highest' point and, as a result, must be the focal point of deity worship. Jesus, Himself, directed otherwise. Furthermore he told us that the Father was higher than He and thus the first interpretation fails again in the face of Biblical fact.

Christians 'assume' that the term "Most High Ancient of Days" is but another title for Jesus because it employs the words 'most high'. In the Revelation Code, the Apostle John tells us that not only is this in error but that the Ancient of Days is, in fact, the Dragon - the Old Devil - who was a murderer from the beginning.

There is a second interpretation related to the first which is equally erroneous. The Devil 'must be' Satan'. The Revelation Code shows us that while Satan is, to be sure, an inglorious character - there is one even worse.

The false and incorrect premise of the first interpretation set a template for all future interpretations. Each new interpretation required and demanded that it conform with the first. As the originating premise was flawed, all that flows from it is equally in error.

Some years ago, I asked a retired rabbi this question.

As God's chosen people - and given the history of truly horrible things that have happened to you - it begs the question, Chosen for What?

His reply was, "We haven't figured that one out yet".

Chistians, on the other hand, will not give admittance to ignorance but, instead, have to spin and interpret Biblical verse to conform with their expectations which was set by the First Interpretation. Since the outcome of their investigative thought is predetermined by an existing bias - there was never any possibility of seeing the truth as it is. Instead, they delved into a self inflicted delusion of what they wanted to see.

In Corinthians, the Apostle Paul complained that people wouldn't listen to him because the Planetary Prince had hidden information from the masses. Christians conclude - Bad Planetary Prince while, at the same time ignoring the obvious.
There is only one place Paul could have learned of the Planetary Prince - from Jesus. The term for this individual differs in prior Judaic writing and only  Christian renditions employ the term 'prince of this world'. As such, Paul could only have received this knowledge from Jesus Himself. Noteworthy is that Jesus did not give him the missing information. It is not inappropriate to infer agreement with or collusion between Jesus and  the planetary prince

Chistians ignore the obvious because he differs from established and erroneous interpretations. .

REV 12 9 AND THE GREAT DRAGON WAS CAST OUT THAT OLD SERPENT CALLED THE DEVIL AND SATAN WHICH DECEIVETH THE WHOLE WORLD HE WAS CAST OUT INTO THE EARTH AND HIS ANGELS WERE CAST OUT WITH HIM

REV 20 2 AND HE LAID HOLD ON THE DRAGON THAT OLD SERPENT WHICH IS THE DEVIL AND SATAN AND BOUND HIM A THOUSAND YEARS

The First Interpretation and its first corollary demand that Satan must be the Devil. The Christian mindset demands that Satan and the Devil 'must be' the same person. As always, they ignore the 'possibility' that they are two different individuals and Biblical exemplars that would not support the First Interpretation.

The logic behind this is simple. Bob and Joe are thieves. Both are arrested, tried, convicted and receive identical prisons timers.
Conclusion - Bob is Joe. The error in the reasoning is obvious.

The structuring of The Revelation Code is very easy to understand although, in practice, it becomes quite complex.
Over six hundred times in Revelation the first word of a verse is 'and'. In Daniel this is over four hundred times.
'And'  is a conjunctive designed to join two separate but related things together into a thought. This is how the structure works.

Encryption Key - "I went to the beach"

AND I took my family
AND I took my dog
AND I went swimming.

If we apply the first interpretation - this is a family of dogs that went swimming.

As there are over 1000 encryption modules in the coding structure, there must be an equal number of encryption keys.
However, the Prophet Daniel and the Apostle John built in several layers of redundancy. As such, the need for one key per module is reduced by the degree of redundancy employed. Thus, the actual  number of encryption keys is lessened to between four hundred and five hundred.

The issue with the First Interpretation is important only to one significant point. Those who achieved their ascendancy and became good people based only on blind faith - have no need of this information nor was it intended for them. Upon Rapture, they ascend and will not have to deal with the aftermath. The Left Behinds, on the other hand, chose not to hear or to become good people.

At rapture plus one day, all religion becomes irrelevant as there are no soulful people left to minister to it. The Left Behinds will note, correctly, that anyone human trying to present themselves as such a minister is in as sorry a shape as they are. To this end, one planetary  prince rises with the truth that was previously hidden and sanctions seven angels  born into mortality to go forth spreading the word.

I have recently had discussions with a number of Christian ministers asking each the same question. What provisions have you made for the Left Behinds?

The answer is none. I'm told, Jesus will deal with it or that Satan has these people and nothing can be done about it.  There is a strong undertone of 'Hey, I'm outta here and its not my problem'. One thoughtful person did note they had books and video tapes that might be useful. However, as the Left Behinds rejected the religion created by the Apostles it is irrational to conclude that more of the same would be of any worth.

I was queried by a major church with regards to the elements of the Revelation  Code and their theological implications. It took me twenty hours to answer these questions.  Each time there is a divergence between common Christian thought and what the Code actually says, it 'always' tracks back to an interpretation (not a Biblical fact) and all Christian opinions can be traced directly to the First Interpretation.

Caligastia
1-9-2005





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