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Psalm 110 Tav Consummation
The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine
enemies thy footstool.
This prophecy is linked to the end of the age in numerous ways. In the text of Scripture, we have
the explicit statement from Paul (I Corinthians 15.24):
Then cometh the end, when he shall have delivered up the kingdom to God,
even the Father; when he shall have put down all rule and all authority and power. For
he must reign, till he hath put all enemies under his feet.
This truth is beautifully integrated with the structure of Scripture. Psalm 110 is quoted three times
in the Bible - once in the book of Acts, and once in each of the synoptic Gospels. Furthermore, the quote
from Matthew links the chapter structure of Matthew with that of the bwheel because it is found
in Matthew 22, which also is linked with the fundamental Spoke 22 themes of
Psalm 110 lies on the fifth Cycle of Spoke 22 as discussed in the
Introduction to Cycles in the Psalms. Using modnotation the
relation betwen the Number 110 and the Cycles of 22 is written as:
110 = 225. Thus, we have this three fold link, that relates Psalm 110 and
two of the four
references to it to Spoke 22:
|Spoke 22 Thematic Link: The Throne of Christ|
Psalm 225 |
The phrase used to indicate the final state integrates with the nweight of the final Greek letter:
Until I make thine enemies
Ed eshit ovekah hadam l'raglekah
= 1170 = (To O, The Omega)
This then relates to the First Word of the Bible. The second word in the
phrase above - transliterated as Eshit - spells the last three letters of the word Berashith, which
therefore can be interpreted as Bar (The Son) Eshit (I will set, or establish). This can be understood as
God's mystical proclamation of the preminence of the Son in the opening verse of Scripture.
Thus, there theme of the End of Time is integrated with both the geometric structure of Scripture and
the intrinsic alphanumeric structure of the Greek and Hebrew languages! Glory!