posted on Dec, 25 2011 @ 05:13 PM
I thank you all for your answers on the subject of tares. I may be trying (as usual) to read too much into the parable. It is an analogy, and
analogies are always not-quite-perfect, for if they were, they would be the thing itself, and no longer an analogy. I thought things had settled
down, so I could slip in a question, but now things are going back & forth again. Tradition? Sola Scriptura? Forgery? Men wrote the Bible? No,
you all have not been paying attention, and I know of no one who has posted and told me that he/she did in fact check out the work of Ivan Panin.
It has become clear to me that the Hebrew alphabet has three levels of meaning, and the Greek, two (if not three). First, there is the level of
phonetic meaning, letters for sound, making up the written words. Second, there is the level of number meaning, letters for numbers, for they had no
separate set of symbols for numbers. What Ivan Panin found is that these numbers made up extremely complex patterns and sets, and that the complexity
and coherence pointed to a high intelligence [read: More than Human]. These patterns connect the whole of the OT into a mathematically complete
document that no man could forge. Still with me? The third level is the very ancient pictorial meaning, letters for ideograms. The classic here is
how the pictographic meanings of the letters in the tetragrammaton tell us, "Behold the Nail, behold the Hand," so that we KNOW that Jesus is the
God of the OT.
Now the Greek I don't know as well, but we all know it has the same phonetic level as Hebrew, and Panin found that it has the same numerical coding
as the Hebrew, the Greek also lacking a separate set of symbols for numbers. If there is a pictorial level for Greek, I have not found it, but I am
early in my search. The work of the Meru Foundation may hold some clues...
So listen up! IF any books were forged, the mathematical patterns (or lack thereof) would have been discovered by Panin. But no, the whole thing
[OT/NT] is made of whole cloth mathematically, so just put aside this spurious business about forgeries, and men putting together the canon. Study
Panin, for if you do, you'll finally have your head screwed on straight.