posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 09:13 PM
a reply to: MissBeck
So what is the light he refers to on day one...where was that light coming from?
Hope you don't mind if I add a little theology.
It is believed by some that the creator did create in the first four days in His own light. This was called the primeval light. Now remember that
all of this is theology. The ancients describe this as a ball with a hole drilled in the ball and a light beam projected through that hole' Now
that is just a simple explanation of this earth surrounded by water (gas) and the path of primeval light created and projected through that path.
Some ancients in Kabbalah will believe that this projected light was a spear of light which the Word used as a mark of an era. As the star (sun) was
placed in the universe the primeval light diminished so as to present the sun.
Gen_2:4 These are the generations of the heaven and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made earth and heaven.
There are some who believe that there was no big bang that created the world instantaneously. In this above verse it is believed that the word
"generations" does not reference people or human generations but eras of generating (producing). This was before people were created so it could
not reference people. If these ancients are correct then there were unknown timeless eras of producing or creating.
Job_26:7 He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing.
There is also some speculation that the hole in the universe which the primeval light projected is in the northern portion of the unfinished universe.
Actually I don't really know any more than you do and will not try to cloud the issue.