The End from the Beginning

Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure:

(Isaiah 46:10) KJV

We have to know the end from the beginning and the beginning from the end. When we understand beginning and end we can see that they are conceptually, and to a great extent physically, equivalent.

We have found a wide variety of ways to apply this technique, and it’s been useful in, among other things, deducing that the hydrological system of the Earth as it was formed on the third day, and the Earth at the time of the Millennial Kingdom, are functionally equivalent.

It also helps us to be certain the the Earth, and the cosmos in general have an absolute frame of reference. The passage of time is a function of gravity and gravity is a field emitted from a singularity at the center of the Earth.

The strength of gravity, and it’s effect on time, is proportional to the square of our distance from the source. At the center of the Earth time isn’t passing, but where we are on the surface, at a radial distance of 6,371 km, a day is 24 hours long. Above us in the heavens time is passing more quickly.

Time stopped at the singularity but this means that, from the point of view of the singularity, all of time has already passed. It’s the beginning and the end. The singularity is both the absence of time and eternity. It’s the vanishing point where time, past and future, are one. The gravitational singularity is eternity, time stopped forever and ongoing. That’s what we have in our heart.

We have eternity in our hearts because we’re at one specific point in time, but we can remember the past and imagine the future. We know that there’s a future because there’s been a past. Not only that but we have history of things past from many sources, and we also have prophecy about the future in the Bible. We aren’t like God, in that we aren’t outside of and aware of all time in one moment, but we are god-like, in His image, because we can see the beginning and end of time as He has pictured them for us in scripture.

Where did you get here from?
1February 23rd – The Vanishing Point
2November 25th – The Mount of Olives
– Navigate back to where you came from.

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