This is the word of the LORD unto Zerubbabel ... Not by might,
nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts. Who art thou, O
great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain: and he shall bring
forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, Grace, grace unto it.
THE BIBLE WHEEL is a simple and direct geometric representation of the Holy Bible.
It reveals the supernatural structure of the Christian Canon by displaying the
intrinsic geometric integration of the sixty-six books amongst themselves and
with the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. A full introduction to the Bible Wheel taken from the
first chapter of the book is now posted in the book section. It is called Chapter 1: The Genesis of the Bible Wheel
THE BIBLE WHEEL is composed of twenty-two Spokes and three concentric wheels within the Wheel called
Cycles. The sixty-six books of the Bible fit perfectly on this
structure. Each Cycle spans a consecutive set of twenty-two books:
||Genesis - Song of Solomon|
||Isaiah - Acts|
||Romans - Revelation|
EACH CYCLE retells the Gospel story in its own unique way from the
beginning ( - Aleph)
to the end ( - Tav).
The three Cycles were designed by God in accordance with the primary divisions of
||The first book of the Law|
||The first book of the Prophets |
||The first book of the NT Epistles|
These three books constitute the first Spoke of the Wheel.
EACH SPOKE cuts across the three Cycles to reveal the common themes emerging at that stage of the everlasting story.
The themes are governed by the meanings of the twenty-two Hebrew letters as
revealed in Scripture in the Alphabetic Verses and much of the
ancient Rabbinic tradition.
When the Wheel is divided according to the seven canonical divisions of
Scripture, the result is a sevenfold structure exhibiting both bilateral and periodic radial
symmetry. The bilateral symmetry divides between Aleph ()
and Tav (), the first
and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
This obviously divine structure is discussed at length in the Canon Wheel