Chapter-01: Bible Construction and Physical Layout

The purpose of this book is to explore ancient knowledge of DNA and Cell Biology, which has been preserved within the pages of the Christian Bible. The main goal will be to compare Scripture with what we now know about human physiology in order to see if there is a message that has been waiting for a future generation to finally uncover.

For our main reference, we will be using the best English translation available, the 1611 King James Version.

Before we even begin to open the Bible and examine its pages, we will first look at the actual physical construction of the Bible itself to see if any Genetic clues have been left for us to discover.

The Bible is divided into two sections… the first section is called the Old Testament. The second section is called the New Testament.

The New Testament contains 27 books.

The Old Testament contains 39 books.

This is a total of 66 books.

These two sections are often called witnesses... or more specifically the "Two Witnesses".

There are many reasons why they are called the Two Witnesses, but a good example would be that the word “Testament” is related to the word “testimony”.

A testimony is something one gives to a jury for example in order to be a witness.

Biblical scripture contains many descriptions of these Two Witnesses, and as you will soon find out, these descriptions often sound very 'alchemical' in nature.

Note that the term Alchemy will be used throughout these presentations because it conveys a deeper message than simply using words like ‘Bio-chemistry’ or ‘Science’.

This is an important key in helping us decipher things like 'Heaven joining with Earth' or even 'Sun joining with Moon', which are major themes not just in alchemy, but in many esoteric and exoteric teachings.

And just in case you are a Christian thinking this is appearing a bit too New Age-ish, here is the original artwork for the 1611 King James Bible...

The full size image can be found here...

Notice at the top we have a Sun (a 'Masculine' symbol) and a Moon (a 'Feminine' symbol).

They have joined forces and in between them or rather in their ‘union’ we find all kinds of stories being told. Wait till you find out what those stories are about!

Did you catch the Mason hiding in the middle up there?

If you know anything about Hiram Abiff, you know he was killed with a blow to the head. See that hole he’s got?

By the way, Wikipedia has been considering deleting that image. Now you know why.

Uh huh. Keep reading, because Heaven joining with Earth is precisely what we find in the two sections of the Bible.

The metaphorical concept of Heaven and Earth comes to us from many places in Scripture, however 1st John 5 verses 7 and 8 are some of the most striking examples.

Here is the first verse describing heaven...

1 John 5:7

“For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one”

Note that the verse describing the Heavenly Witness contains three unique descriptors...

The Father

The Word

The Holy Ghost

These three descriptors describe things that are “heavenly”.

The Father - "Our Father who art in heaven"

The Word - "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God"

and The Holy Ghost - "And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him"

Again, these are things which are heavenly… and these three are one... as in one testament or one witness… or how about one Nucleotide?

More on Nucleotides later.

If one were to choose which testament this would fit into, it would without a doubt fit into the New Testament.

The New Testament is when we are introduced to stories of the Holy Ghost, Jesus and the word being with God.

Therefore, the New Testament would be a representation of the "Heavenly" Witness.

Here is the second verse describing earth...

1 John 5:8

“And there are three that bear witness in earth, the spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one”

Note also that this verse describing the Earthly witness contains three unique descriptors as well...

The Spirit

The Water

The Blood

...and these three are one as well. In other words, one testament or one witness.

These three descriptors describe things that are "Earthly".

The Spirit - is basically what you and I are, except we are in a sense 'trapped' in a fleshly body of water and blood.

Anyone who studies the Bible can attest to the fact that the Old Testament matches these descriptions perfectly.

The Earth opening “her” mouth to receive the blood of Able in Genesis 4:11 for example.

Or how about the Genesis story of the flood. Water for sure.

...and of course the 'spirits' who roam the earth seeking to influence mankind behind the scenes.

And there we have it. The two witnesses are not just the Old Testament and New Testament, but a representation of Heaven joining with Earth.

Here is another important key…

Note that the Four Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John separate the Two Witnesses. Think of them as the Sky that sits in between Heaven and Earth.

So now when we look at the construction of the Bible, we see a progression, or an ascension from Earth on the left, to Sky in the middle and finally to Heaven on the right… or a type of “Right Hand Path”...

This is arguably one of the most important concepts to understand while reading this presentation.

In fact, most modern Bible translations have either censored part of these passages or have eliminated them entirely!

Look at the KJV version compared to the rest…

These verses are the source of a lot of controversy, and you will soon learn why.

It should be noted at this time that… yes… the Two Witnesses represent two actual people in addition to what we have discussed so far.

The Two Witnesses relate to many things in Scripture. Once we put it all together, it will make much more sense.

For you see… the Bible is written in a sort of “Fourth Dimensional Logic”...

Matthew 6:10

“Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven”

Did you catch that? In Earth… as it is in Heaven.

As Above, so Below.

As Without, so Within.

Everything in this Universe is connected and related to one another in the most amazing ways.

The Sun is in the Heavens. Jesus is often compared to the Sun, as well as many other things, like the Vine.

Think of Jesus as being at the ‘center’ of things when you read this book.

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