Gravity was created on the second day. It’s powered by a singularity at which time has stopped. Time passes more quickly the further we are away from the singularity. It’s known as gravitational time dilation (GTD).
Gravity is the act of concentrating to hold on to a thought. In the mind of God each of us is a thought which is given it’s own unique identity as a soul, or gravity node. The singularity at the center of the Earth is an assembly of these souls. We need to use scripture to solidify the connection between the assembly of souls in the center of the Earth and thought or the process of thinking.
The passage above contains the word thought. It occurs in the context of a poetic-sounding description of each of us being formed by the will of God in the lowest parts of the Earth. We’ve used this to ground the idea that the singularity at the center of the Earth is an assembly of souls, tying it back to the conclusion that we deduced that each soul is a gravity node.
To make this connection even more solid it would be nice to find that the the Hebrew word translated as thought also contains meaning which either ties it to the concept of gravity and sinking down or assembling in a congregation of some kind. As luck would have it, although it’s not luck at all it’s the Holy Spirit, we do indeed find meaning which helps us to have a high degree of certainty that our conclusions have been correct so far. It’s an example of Hypothesis 22.
The Hebrew word translated thought only occurs in this form in two places, both in Psalms 139. It’s used to refer to both my thoughts and your (God’s) thoughts. What’s interesting is that the meaning given to the word in this context is actually only a small part of a much larger meaning which is that of pasturing a flock, or of intimate friends. This is consistent with our hypothesis that the singularity at the center of the Earth is an assembly of souls and each soul is a gravity node, the nature of which is the act of concentrating to hold a thought.
Your thoughts: רֵעֶ֣יךָ – rea
- to feed, pasture a flock; a shepherd, herdsman, shepherdess.
- to lead, rule, govern; also to feed, nourish.
- to feed, pasture, graze, as does a flock.
- to feed down, consume, devastate.
- to feed upon, i.e. to delight, take pleasure in.
- to associate with.
- Pi. to treat as a friend, make a companion of, Judges 14:20
- Hithp. to make friendship, hold intercourse with, Proverbs 22:24
- masc. dec. 9a, acquaintance, companion, friend.
- masc. dec. 1a
- acquaintance, companion, friend.
- one beloved, lover.
- neighbor, fellow; one to another, used also of inanimate things.
- thought, will, Psalms 139:2, 17.
- Chald. to will.
- Syr. to think.
– Davidson Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon, page DCLXXXVI
Can you think of ways in which keeping sayings of the Bible has helped you this year?