THE VOICE OF METATRON
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Since the beginning of civilization, humanity has wondered whether we are alone in the universe. With that curiosity, we have built massive telescopes to bring the eye closer to heaven. We have also constructed radio telescopes to listen to the heavens for some sort of technical signal that would give us an affirmative answer that we are not alone.
The seeking of the voice and the contemplation of the technological signature creates a schism between the men of science and those who seek God.
The standard modern culture war revolves around God vs. the mathematical sciences.
You can either choose faith or physics.
There are many younger people today that allows for the mutual toleration of both. This gives us wiggle room for the faithful and for those who have faith in the scientific method.
With the mutual tolerance for both arguments, we can say with confidence that God and science are neither enemies, nor partners, but rather that God is the necessary foundation for mathematics and therefore of every science which uses it.
The argument is that mathematical laws, in order to be properly relied upon, must have attributes which indicate an origin in God. They are true everywhere which makes them omnipresent, true always or eternal, cannot be defied or defeated which means they are omnipotent, and are rational and have language characteristics which makes them personal. Omnipresent, omnipotent, eternal, personal — all of the attributes we give to God.
This is why we have things like sacred geometry or the gematria alphanumeric codes and ciphers where words with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other or to the number itself.
When one looks into symbols and their meanings, they also tend to look at the numbers and words and their numeric values in order to try and interpret the words of God and give them a contemporary base.
In recent decades, the private and philanthropic sectors have carried out experiments using mathematics and other codex to define and detect technological signatures and frequencies.
Consider the number pi, or 3.14. This number, which equals the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, has interested philosophers since the days of Pythagoras. He and many other ancient philosophers thought of numbers as having a higher reality above and beyond the physical world.
In 1998, there was a movie directed by Darren Aronofsky called, Pi. This was one of those films that in all of its confusion touched me to the core spiritually. It was chilling that an independent film had such an impact on me and my balancing of science and God.
Pi tells the story of a mathematician working in number theory. His work attracts the attention of a sect of Orthodox Jews strongly interested in numerology. The mathematician’s computer churns out a 216-digit number that apparently has some special power or significance.
The Orthodox sect believes that one particular 216-digit number, properly translated, is the true name of God, and assumes that the mathematician has found it. The struggle for control of the number coincides with the mathematician’s own descent into madness.
The number 216 is the sum of 6 cubed. To find the cube of a number, x, we raise the number x to the third power, or to the exponent 3 or 666.
In the Book of Revelation, Chapter 21:6 (or 216) it reads:
“And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.”
Now, what is most intriguing is that this is the voice of God speaking from the “cube” meaning that “It is done. I am the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and End” equals 216 in full reduction English gematria.
The voice of God speaking in the sacred number of 216 or 6 cubed.
The code or key in the biblical text has a relationship to the number 216 and the cubed 666.
Other key numbers in the Book of Revelation also are congruent.
The 144,000 numeric signature in the Book of Revelation has been interpreted as 12,000 anointed ones representing the 12 tribes. These numbers are connected to what happens after the opening of the 6th seal or dispensation. There are some other synchronicities that you must consider in order to understand the future. When calculated –the numeric sequences reveal what the numbers truly mean.
If we reduce all living things to carbon we reduce them to 6 protons, 6 neutrons and 6 electrons or 666. The number of man is 6. This number is even shown to be that of man in Taoism. The number of man’s society is also 6. The number of the World and the Demiurge is 6.
In the Book of Revelation, we find that 1/3rd of the angels rebelled against God and the remaining 2/3rds remained with God and eventually became man. The 1/3 that rebelled remained with Satan.
Within the numbers and synchronicities, the numerics are fascinating. The 2/3rds that followed God became man.
Now do the math 144,000 divided by 216 gets you 666.6666666666 ad infinitum.
2 divided by 3 or 2/3 = .666
Six cubed or 6x6x6 =216
Divide 144,000 by 666 and you get 216.216216216 ad infinitum.
The numbers create the Black Cube – or the Oracle of God.
It is the eye of the benevolent God.
It is represented by a perfect Black Cube or stone. The very same stone that God told Moses it can be used to hear his voice but not see his face.
In the Book of Exodus, God tells Moses:
“There is a place near me where you may stand on a rock. When my glory passes by, I will put you in a cleft in the rock and cover you with my hand until I have passed by. Then I will remove my hand and you will see my back; but my face must not be seen.”
In the Cube, the voice of God was heard but his face was hidden from view – this also was evident when the voice of God was heard in the Arc of the Covenant.
According to famous book writer Nicholas Mann:
“To the Jews the Ark of the Covenant was understood as the point where God had touched the world. This relationship found a symbolic representation in the geometrical proportions of the Ark and the Temple – both of which are thought to have been those of a cube.”
In geometry, a cube is also known as the “tesseract.”
In geometry, the tesseract is the four-dimensional analog of the cube; the tesseract is to the cube as the cube is to the square. Just as the surface of the cube consists of six square faces if those faces are unfolded to a flat image, they become the universal symbol of the crucified Christ or the cross.
The cross is literally the 3D representation of the 4D tesseract.
A 1954 painting by Salvador Dali features a mysterious, four-dimensional ‘hypercube” that is used to depict the cruciform or the crucifixion.
The painting is called Crucifixion or Corpus Hypercubus unites a classical portrayal of Christ with a shape that only exists in mathematical theory. Dalí’s floating cross in the painting is “an unfolded four-dimensional cube.
From the cube – the image of God and the voice of Metatron.
Just as the sides of a cube can be unfolded into six squares, a tesseract or four-dimensional cube can be unfolded into eight cubes. While it’s difficult to grasp, the idea of multiple dimensions—this concept allows scientists to envisage shapes that mathematician Marcus du Sautoy calls “sculptures of the mind.”
The mind encased in the perfect dimension of the skull.
Dalí’s own ‘sculpture of the mind’ brings geometry into the realm of the metaphysical.
It shows the spirituality of Christ’s salvation and the materiality of geometric and physical forces. It appears to bridge the divide that many feel separates science from religion.
In Jesus’ history, we know that his crucifixion took place in a location known as the place of the skull. The “place of the skull” has an interesting history. This location of Jesus’ crucifixion is called both Calvary and Golgotha. The Greek word dealing with the cranium is, translated as Calvary. The word Golgotha is a Hebrew word which also means skull-better known as the “place of the skull.”
The significance of Jesus being crucified on Calvary, the place of the skull, was to show His victory over death. There is prophetic license taken from Genesis that the son of God would crush the head of Satan.
It is believed that head of Goliath, a Nephilim giant was buried at Golgotha. The giants were seen as an abomination as they were the offspring of an alien and human tryst.
The Old Testament and texts such as the Book of Enoch do of course make several references to creatures such as the Nephilim, the reptilian fallen angels and even men who had horns.
So if we are to believe that the Skull of Goliath was buried at Calvary and the cross was pounded into the ground bruising the Skull of Goliath, then Jesus literally fulfilled prophecy when it is written that he would crush the serpent’s skull.
The key to the mind is through the skull and the geometric truths that unlock the technological signatures that extend beyond the dimensions.
In many respects, religion is closer to an art than a science, just as something is “true” in art if it resonates with something deep within us, or is reflective of our emotional intuition of the way we experience the world.
Today, we identify truth only if it harmonizes with our emotions, is reflective of our lives, or offers us a meaningful narrative for our existence.
This is called cognitive bias or resonance.
And religion gives us inspiration and through a still small voice of what is called the “holy spirit,” it is revelatory when it engenders within us feelings of transcendence when it puts us in touch with God.
It is with revelation and inspiration we ponder the mystery of existence.
It is inspiration that gives us hope if we listen to the voice and crunch the numbers in the geometric cube we find the City of God.
Theology is about both us and our relationship with the true and eternal quantum God, though not about God as science to be discovered, but as a revelation and disclosure of the divine to us.