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[History] > 19th Century - Quph - Apemen and Evolution

Spoke 19

Psalms, Mark, II John

For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.

Spoke 19, Cycle 3
(II John 7)

Quph, Apes, and the Flesh

Of the various meanings associated with the Nineteenth Letter Quph, the Rabbis traditionally note two that are prominent. The first and most significant is based on Quph KeyWord pic (Qedosh, Holy) which God used in the Quph Alphabetic Verse in Psalm 111. This integrates with the great Holiness Movement of the Nineteenth Century

The second meaning is derived from the name of the Nineteenth Letter pic (Quph) which literally denotes an Eye of a Needle but which also is a close pun on the word for a monkey or an ape (Qoph, S# H6971). It is this latter meaning that then integrates with the idea of the Flesh (Sarx, pic = n361 = n19 x n19), the Body of Jesus (John 19), and the the Grace Manifest Holograph. This integrates with the great upsurge of Materialism in the Nineteenth Century. Rabbi Michael Munk discusses the apparent contradiction between Holiness and an Ape on page 198 of his excellent book The Wisdom of the Hebrew Alphabet:

The fact that the same letter pic repesents both kedushah [holiness] and an animal [ape] that is a parody of humanity offers a deep insight about man's role. Man is created in the image of God and is only a little lower than the angels (Psalms 8:6). Though he can never attain God's holiness, he is charged with emulating Him and is assured that he can scale celestial heights. But he can do so only if his efforts are concerted and sincere. If man acts as an "image of God," his potential is boundless. If he is merely a poor imitation of what man should be, he is hardly better than a primate.

Charles Darwin and Evolution

A cartoon of Darwin as Ape from 1871It was in the middle of the Nineteenth Century (1859) that Darwin published his Origin of Species that convinced the world man was "hardly better than a primate." Indeed, it was Darwin's work that has offered the greatest assistance in the degradation of man from the image of God to that of an Ape - a close pun on the name of the Nineteenth Hebrew Letter.

The cartoon was produced in 1871. The significance of this "coincidence" can not be overstated. It would be hard to find any historian who would argue against Darwin's book as anything less than the "most important book of the [nineteenth] century" as William Irvine stated it in his Apes, Angels, and Victorians: The Story of Darwin, Huxley, and Evolution This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window.

Consider what this means! We have here yet another direct, top level, super obvious threefold integration of 1) The Meaning of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, 2) The Structure of the Bible Wheel, 3) The Course of World History. This evidence from History is unlike anything ever seen in all History! We have come full circle, and have received the full revelation of God's Holy Word and its integration with everything, from Aleph to Tav. Praise His Holy Name now and forever!

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