I agree very much that Isaiah is the best "Inner Wheel" because there is a one-to-one correlation between its chapters and the books of the Bible, and because the large-scale pattern of 66 = 39 + 27 is so obvious. Indeed, references to Isaiah as a "miniature Bible" are found all over the net. One of the best quotes I found (before the internet really took off) was from the intro to Isaiah in Thomas Nelson's New King James Bible:
So in answer to your question, yes indeed, I am planning on writing a book on the Isaiah-Bible Correlation. I currently have very strong correlations documented between roughly 40 chapters of Isaiah and their corresponding Books of the Bible, which is about 2/3 of the Bible. I don't know about the other third; there may be strong connections that I haven't seen yet, or maybe not. I haven't done hardly any new research on the correlation since before I started writing the Bible Wheel book in 2002. I know that the primary image is very strong, but I also know that it is not "perfect" in the sense that not every chapter/book correlation has the same clarity.Originally Posted by NKJV
I also need to decide if I want to include other inner cycles too, like Matthew which is extremely strong, and Revelation which is truly astounding. Your concern about people "getting it" makes me think that maybe I should let those results remain on the website, and just publish the Isaiah Bible correlation first.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!