The Everlasting God
And Abraham planted a grove in Beersheba, and called there
on the name of the LORD, the everlasting God (El Olam).
Genesis 21:33 (Spoke 1, Cycle 1)
The Divine Name Elohim
is a fundamental Aleph KeyWord that appears in over 2200 verses.
It is based on the root El (God) which carries the connotation of strength and might. It is used
as the last element in many Biblical names such as Emmanuel (God with us) and Daniel (God is my Judge),
and as the first element in many titles of God, such as El Elyon and El Shaddai.
Its Letters, Aleph (א) and Lamed (ל) are
symmetrically placed directly opposite each other on the Wheel.
They are the first and last Letters of the Sign of Everything
(et-kol, pg 89). El is the first element
in the Divine Title El Olam used in the Hebrew text of Genesis 21:33 quoted above. This
exact title appears nowhere else in all Scripture, but a closely related construct, Elohi Olam, also
translated the everlasting God, does appear in one verse, also on the first Spoke:
Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God (Elohi Olam),
the LORD, the Creator [key theme of Spoke 1, BW book pg 103]
of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary? there is no searching of his understanding.
Isaiah 40:28 (Spoke 1, Cycle 2)
The Hebrew titles used in Genesis (El Olam) and Isaiah (Elohi Olam) are almost identical.
They are both translated as "the everlasting God" in the KJV and each occurs exactly once in the Bible.
No similar construct appears anywhere else in the Hebrew Scripture. Furthermore, they are both
translated with identical Greek words in the Septuagint, where they are rendered Theos aionios
(everlasting God). This then links to the New Testament where this Greek phrase appears in
one and only one Book – Romans on Spoke 1 – where it again is translated as "the everlasting God":
Now to him that is of power to stablish you according to my gospel,
and the preaching of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the mystery, which was
kept secret since the world began [i.e. Creation, a key theme of Spoke 1, BW book pg 103],
But now is made manifest, and by the scriptures of the
prophets, according to the commandment of the everlasting God, made known to
all nations for the obedience of faith:
Romans 16:25ff (Spoke 1, Cycle 3)
Putting this all together,
we see that the Divine Title "the everlasting God" appears exactly
three times in the KJV, once in each Book on the first Spoke, and that this is a faithful representation
of text since the underlying Greek and Hebrew titles also appear exactly once in each Book
on the First Spoke and nowhere else in all Scripture. We have therefore a triple Spoke 1 KeyLink
based on this Divine Title that also exemplifies the symbolic meaning of Aleph as expressed
in the Aleph KeyWord El (God). The significance of this KeyLink cannot be overstated. It is a
Spoke 1 KeyLink based on an Aleph KeyWord that expresses the Lord's primary Divine attribute as
the everlasting God. It is extremely important to recognize the depth of the symbolic, alphabetic,
and geometric confluence displayed here. In effect, God has signed and sealed His Word in
the form of the Wheel with His Divine Signature as the Everlasting God. The geometry of the Wheel
integrates with both the message of the text and the symbolic meaning of the first Hebrew Letter! This
is an optimal presentation of an absolute truth. A host of human
authors could not surpass it
if they sat down and devised a circular book out of whole cloth. And since we know this is
not how the Bible came to be, we also know that we are witnessing the very Work of God. Praise His
Holy Name now and forever!