The purpose of the Articles is to give people a contextual format that summarizes the various celestial Christ pattern observed throughout the Universe. The Articles are are in PDF format. The original dimensions are of a 8.5x11 inch, USA standard paper measure. Click on the icon to download the free Chart PDFs from the online public OneDrive files.
The following are free items that are available for downloads to the general public regarding various resources related to the celestial patterns based on the measure of Christ Jesus. My research into the Cosmology of Christ has produced over 20 charts, 10 essays and a book. Many believe that the Mazzaroth is the storyline of the Creator, YHVH where He has etched the Gospel in the Stars. The ancient records attest to the fact that long-gone civilizations had documented the various meaning of the constellations to this effect. The Magi of old understood this and by faith followed the Christ Star that led them to a face-to-face encounter with the King of the Universe. The following are free resources made available for one's examination, study and discernment into such a topic.
‘The Heavens declare the glory of YHVH; and the firmament sheweth His handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard.’ –Psalm 19:1-6
The purpose of the Charts is to give people a pictorial format that summarizes the various celestial Christ pattern observed throughout the Universe. The charts are meant for a poster size printouts. The original dimensions are of a 11x17 inch, USA standard paper measure. Click on the icon to download the free PDFs from the online public OneDrive files.
BOOK - The Dimensions of Paradise
Sacred Geometry of Heaven on Earth
The purpose of this book is to investigate and ascertain the possible geographical location of the Garden of Eden. The presumption is that certain locations in the Middle East as in temples, ziggurats, pyramids and cities both ancient and modern have been built perhaps on the very ley-lines of the dimensions of Paradise itself. This study assumes that 'Paradise' had existed geographically, if the Bible account of the Genesis is to be taken literally. Although the topic of the Garden of Eden has a multitude of possible themes to consider, only certain aspects relevant to the theory of its geography will be considered and discussed in a conceptual way.