The Greek word ee-ay-sooce' meaning "Jesus" has a gematria value of 888 units. Geometrically, Jesus is represented as a circle with the same circumference as his name. Whether Jesus existed or not, the earliest Christians, who were most likely Gnostics, made a mathematical metaphor out of the claim that he "rose" from the dead by "raising" his living value (888) by a factor of 10 and making a circle with a circumference of 8880 units to depict the "raised" Jesus. From the first century to the present day, the great appeal of Christianity was that Jesus rose from the dead and that through faith ... by simply "believing" in him ... every believer can also be "raised" into eternal life ... to join with Jesus in heaven.
The Raised Jesus (8880) Graph
The second century philosopher Celsus wrote this observation about the early Christians ... probably after seeing something like the above diagram!
Celsus, The True Doctrine, 150-170 AD
Enclosing the raised Jesus inside a square creates a graph which is a metaphor for the Kingdom of God. Circles having circumferences equal to the gematria values of Jesus, his apostles, and other objects can then be drawn to scale inside the Kingdom. This book will demonstrate that every major miracle story about Jesus in the gospels, written down as an eyewitness account of real-life historical event was in reality nothing more than a sacred geometry story ... a geometric cartoon! The theme of each story was to glorify the raised Jesus (8880).
In the story of his transfiguration, Jesus had a discussion with his disciples about being raised from the dead that supports the view that adding a "0" to his "living" value would raise him:
The entire message of Christianity is based on the claim that Jesus "rose from the dead" and it is no coincidence that the gematria value of all the names and titles in Christianity were geometric multiples of the raised Jesus (8880)! The gematria values of every name and title in Christianity was carefully crafted in order to construct Sacred Geometry diagrams. These Sacred Geometry stories can be found in the gospels of Mark, Matthew, John, and the Book of Revelation.
The mathematical metaphor of raising a persons gematria value by a factor of ten is immediately apparent to anyone who has ever operated an abacus. See how Jesus is "raised" using the ancient abacus.
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