Gravitation, Redemption and the Soul
“Behold, all souls are Mine; The soul of the father As well as the soul of the son is Mine; The soul who sins shall die.(Ezekiel 18:4) NKJV
When we accept Jesus Christ as savior we’re quickened, [q] and the grave, Mosaic gravity [M], has no power over us. We’ll escape the gravity of Earth and go to heaven.
We (that’s me and the Holy spirit) connect the dots between the universe having an absolute frame of reference, gravitation, time, and the plan of redemption. We can do this because we divided between the soul and spirit. We have a working definition of the soul:
A soul is a gravity node with a frequency unique to each individual, it encompasses the scriptural concepts of mind and heart:– Soul, definition
– mind: the seat of our consciousness and personality;
– heart: the emotions and passion which drive and motivate us.
Our soul makes us sentient.
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.– Matty’s Razor
It’s completely different from the spirit.
The Spirit is a vapor, Oxygen, which binds with the hemoglobin molecule in red blood cells to animate a body through metabolic processes. The spirit/body entity serves as the host or tabernacle for a soul.– Spirit, definition
Since the soul is our self-awareness; our desire, emotion and passion; it’s accountable for our actions. Souls belong to God, they’re his creations. The heart and soul of God is the gravitational singularity at the center of the Earth, that’s where our souls were made. It’s within the reach of thought to say that souls are part of God, and we have an extensive trail of deduction which makes this connection.
Biblical Gravitation Terminology
Use honest scales, honest weights, and honest measures. I am the Lord your God, and I brought you out of Egypt.(Leviticus 19:36) Good News Translation
“Everyone must use honest weights and measures:(Ezekiel 45:10) Good News Version
Terminology is very important. When words are used correctly, meaning that they have accurate definitions with consistent application, then everyone should understand. Accurate terminology with Internationally accepted definition is one reason why the scientific method has been such a success.
Terminology [ tur-muh-nol-uh-jee ] the system of terms belonging or peculiar to a science, art, or specialized subject; nomenclature: the terminology of botany.– Terminology, definition (Dictionary)
The science of terms, as in particular sciences or arts.
We’ve gone to great lengths to provide accurate and useful definitions of soul and spirit in part because, according to the Holy Spirit it’s possible to do it, and in part because we’ve deduced a Biblical theory of gravitation.
Gravity (A) is a field emitted from a created instance (a singularity) which causes a body to have attractive force (p) proportional to its mass and inversely proportional to the square of its distance from the source (pG).
G is the gravitational constant. This is a general physical law derived from empirical observations by using deduction.– Matty’s Law of Biblical Gravitation
Gravity is the mechanism by which the universe is ordered according to the purpose of creation, which is to bring about the permanent physical separation of light from darkness, good from evil. Part of this trail of deduction has been the development of terminology which gives us the concepts that we need to be able to discuss gravity in the Biblical narrative of creation, the fall, and the redemption of mankind.
Biblical Gravitation, terminology
|A||Agape gravity||God’s love and forgiveness, anti-gravity|
|G||gravitational constant||a property of A|
|p||phileo gravitational attraction||the attractive force of a body, an effect of A, influenced by desire, lust, pleasures|
|pG||tendency to accumulate into a mass||the total energy of a body, measured by the Cavendish experiment, what popular science (SciPop) calls gravity|
|M||Mosaic gravity||the total pG of the accumulated mass of corruption at the center of Earth|
|g||acceleration due to gravity||a measurement of M|
|q||quickening (everlasting life)||power to overcome M through faith in Jesus Christ|
Gravity, Redemption and the Soul
Why should I fear in the days of evil, When the iniquity at my heels surrounds me? Those who trust in their wealth And boast in the multitude of their riches, None of them can by any means redeem his brother, Nor give to God a ransom for him—For the redemption of their souls is costly, And it shall cease forever—That he should continue to live eternally, And not see the Pit.(Psalms 49:5-9) NKJV
No one can pay the price to redeem a soul and live forever, no matter how rich they may be. That’s a valid statement, but it may be missing the point. This gets us into a discussion of gravity which is the very essence of time.
Do they really have the meaning that we’ve deduced as being part of a gravitational mechanism of redemption? The passage above has some nuance which is very interesting. The theme is redemption, buying something back, but there’s a lot more besides. Most English translations render a meaning which is along the lines of:
What’s the point of worrying in the evil times when surrounded by sin? Boast the wealthy who trust in their riches, but they can’t pay the ransom for a soul (the price of saving a soul is so high that no one could ever pay it, so we may as well stop trying) to live forever and stay out of hell.(Psalms 49:5-9) General theme of English translations
Everything that we (that’s me and the Holy spirit) have deduced so far is logically sound which means that whatever conclusion we reach will be logically certain. That’s how deductive reasoning works.
Gravitation, Redemption and the Soul – Navigation
|2||Biblical Gravitation Terminology||Ezekiel 45:10|
|3||Hypothesis 27||Psalms 139:15|
|4||We All Have a Unique Frequency||Jeremiah 1:5|
|5||Gravity, Redemption and the Soul||Psalms 49:6-9|
|6||Eternity, the Soul and Time||Ecclesiastes 3:11|
|7||Free From the Law of Sin and Death||Romans 8:12|
|8||Setting us Free||Romans 8:2|
|9||The Power of the Grave||Psalms 49:15|
|10||The Name Above all Names||Philippians 2:9-11|
- Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
- believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
- confess your sin.
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|Reading plan||July 17|