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Gospels WRAP AROUND EACH OTHER to prove that Matthew's Gospel is first, Luke's second, Mark's third, and John's fourth. This same wrapping style is used in the OT, so also in the New. It's used so you know BOOK ORDER and time written.

So, you'll see how so many claims of 'contradiction' or 'error' are provably incompetent. The 'scholars' don't pay attention to the most important element of writing, RHETORICAL STYLE. So they flunk Literature 101, in order to bash Bible.

Frankly, much of the confusion results from 'scholars' paying too much attention to FORM, aka 'external evidence' in 'textual criticism' (see my TextCrit video series), and not enough attention to SUBSTANCE aka CONTENT of the Gospels, aka 'internal evidence' of the WORDS themselves. Here, you'll see the WORDS prove the order of the Gospels, no matter in what FORM (i.e., manuscript age or type), preserved.

Along the way, you'll see how incompetent, the claim that all the writers used some 'Q' Gospel to craft their own, rather than getting the info from the Holy Spirit. And, most importantly, you'll see how provably the Holy Spirit DID provide the info. It's shockingly beautiful: so I apologize in advance for the passion in my voice, as I go through these Gospels and how their styles, interact.

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GIST: Bible's TEXT proves Matthew's Gospel is 1st, Luke 2nd, Mark 3rd, John 4th. Sloppy or dishonest reading of the Gospels, results in controversy over them. Ergo, this series shows you how, even in translation, you can tell John 'wraps' Mark, Luke, Matthew; Mark, 'wraps' Luke and Matthew, and Luke 'wraps' Matthew, so Matthew is 1st. If you reviewed the Greek, you'd also know all these Gospels were originally written in Greek; that other languages' versions, are but translated from that Greek (i.e., the Aramaic).

This channel/playlist contains the Synoptics video series from Youtube; beginning at Episode 22, only vimeo will have the balance of the series. Youtube copy is at

1 Synoptic Proving Matthew is first Gospel

Series theme: How Bible's fingerprinting rhetorical style, proves Matthew first, Luke second, Mark third, John fourth -- and when written. Playlist will take years to complete. Even so, the videos so far demonstrate the 'threading' technique which every movie, book, TV series has used, and of course all the ancients used even more: anything NEW which ties back to a prior 'episode', REFERENCES and UPDATES it. Usually, from different perspectives, to elucidate. So too, the Gospels. All led, by God. The entire Bible is, after all, a serial rollout.

But shallow Gospel reading causes debates, doubts. Some 'scholars' weirdly claim a mysterious 'Q' gospel as the 'source' ('quelle' in German, hence 'Q') -- from which, our official Gospels are derived. This series exposes the ineptness, of that claim. Here's a bibliography of their incompetence (search on 'Synoptic' when you load the page): Then compare the videos in my Mark Series, here: • b-out Mark's Gospel proves 'Q' Schola...

So now notice: though every schoolchild knows newly-added information would be shorter than an initial telling, these 'scholars' claim Mark's Gospel is first, BECAUSE it's shortest. LOL! Mark omits over half the typical Gospel information, so clearly it's elaborative, not 'first'.

NT Bible writers all WRAP TO Matthew, like OT writers all wrapped to Genesis. So his Gospel is provably first, Luke 2nd, Mark 3rd, John last. This series traces that wraparound, live. Each Gospel recasts the same info, adds more -- around a THEME. Think of a newspaper headline, repeatedly shouted by a 1920's American newsboy, Extra Extra, read all about it...

Matthew's theme: CHRIST SON OF DAVID, FULFILLS 2SAM7 PROMISE! Luke: GENTILES GET SAME LAST ADAM SAVIOR! Mark: CHRISTIANS NOW DEAF TO CHRIST, JUST LIKE PHARISEES! TEMPLE DESTRUCTION SOON FOLLOWS! (Book of Hebrews wraps its outline around Mark's theme, shown later in playlist.) John: CHRIST THE ONLY TEMPLE, NOW BUILDING CHURCH! Same story, successive themes to successive audiences, each updating The Lesson.

Repetition from different angles, also teaches. Wrapping to What Went Before, is Bible rhetorical style from Exodus forward. A Divine STREAM, multiple sources of Water=Word, converging. Divine Authenticity is proven by that weaving, as was each Bible writer's job.

Moreover, they didn't have video games, TV, radio, etc. They had only their holy books and literature to get through long days of boring activity. So they mulled over the text they memorized syllable-by-syllable, for convenience; then, they'd talk about it all day. It was their schooling, culture, entertainment, their mental life. Same is true of written plays, philosophy, etc.

Technically, 'Synoptic' means only three of the Gospels were written by eyewitnesses: Matthew, Mark, John. Luke asserts his info is from THE Eyewitness, the Holy Spirit, in his preamble of Luke 1:1-4. (Parallel: Moses got Genesis from the Holy Spirit.) So in this series, I use 'synoptic' to mean all 4 Gospels.

On Matthew and Luke Chap 1-3, see also my 'Lord Born on Chanukah' videos, which offer a peppier review of how Luke wraps Matthew. Associated webpages are PassPlot.htm and LordvSatan4a.htm. For chronology of Messiah's birth and death, governs why Church exists: Israel ran out of TIME, which was to end 4200 years after Adam's fall. Hence the long pages, replete with many Bible verses you can test. You Must Know The Timeline to grasp the Gospels. Jews have a garbled idea of the timeline (but know there is one); Christendom is ignorant of it. No one bothers to evaluate Bible's rhetorical mechanisms to TELL you both timeline and Gospel order. Hence the needless, incompetent debate over Gospels and the NT.

Finally, inept 'church fathers' claimed Matthew was originally in Hebrew/Aramaic. Today, it is a political football, as if those who speak Hebrew thus become better than others. Instead, Bible proves what's original, from the text: by wordplay between NT and OT. Test it yourself. Review Aramaic NT versus Aramaic or Hebrew OT; then do the same with original Greek NT versus LXX. Test wordplay in many verses, not just a few. Avoid extra-Biblical nonsense like coins: Bible language was chosen by GOD, not politicos. Then, you will see why God originally chose Greek for NT: to communicate to a wide audience, not to give stupid people a false claim of team superiority!

Important Audio addenda:

2 Synoptic How Luke wraps his text around Matthew's Gospel, intro

Continued from 1 Synoptic. See video description to it. This episode (through #11 or so) begins a Luke-to-Matthew comparison of style between Chapters 1-4, showing how Luke employs his own rhetorical style of REVERSAL (Vashti-Esther, to introduce why Church inherits the Bridal role) -- to wrap to Matthew. This wrapping is done on many levels, so can only be highlighted on-screen. Once you see the pattern, you can continue annotating the style, yourself.

Reference to the calendar for Luke 1:36 is extensively covered in PassPlot.htm#Bubble. Will take you months to vet the verses and explanation, sorry. (Took me two-three years to write it.)

3 Synoptic Explosive Meaning of 'Messiah'

See 1 Synoptic for series explanation. This video is on How OT proves 'Messiah' is a politically-explosive term ONLY meaning God-man, presaging judgment on all who don't believe in Him. This introduction is needed to show why Matthew begins his Gospel formally, with a genealogy, and why Matthew and all subsequent gospels, focus on the political explosiveness of the Gospel message. This video's focus is on 2 Samuel 7 and Daniel 7, largely using NASB translation for convenience. See also Psalm 110, and all 'angel of the Lord' verses, which tie to 'Ancient of Days' usage by Daniel.

'Gospel' really means Official Good News from a KING. The KINGSHIP issue is explosively political, for it's a claim of world domination. And that King, is God-man. You have to understand that meaning in the OT, to understand why the Gospels are so disputed. No one can be neutral. Both Jews and Christians have sugared over this rather scary and upsetting message. Bible doesn't sugar it over.

Can't understand how to tell which Gospel comes first, until you understand that the MESSAGE is focused on the political explosiveness of the Biblical claims about MESSIAH.

All this is an intro to explain the style of Gospel writing, how you can prove by text 'wrapping' that Matthew is first, why Luke wraps around Matthew using the same themes, verse quotes, keywords, etc.

4 Synoptic Politics of Messiah (Luke 1 wraps Matthew 2)

Birth of Christ was a personal scandal and a political powder keg, threatening Israel's very existence. This is the main theme of the Gospels. Few movies or pulpits pay attention to it. We begin to see why, in this Episode.

About how Luke 'wraps' to Matthew: notice that where Matthew provides little detail, Luke provides much, and vice versa. Notice also, each author goes silent to witness something embarrassing. For example, it's embarrassingly obvious that Rome's most feared enemy, Persia, would seek to marry off someone in its royalty to another 'king of the Jews' -- when an old king often lay dying of 'worms'. So would Jerusalem get squished in-between? Or would civil war start? It was already brewing for other reasons.

To get a quick sense of that time, click the link below, select 'Page 103' and start reading from about page 100 through the end of the chapter. Smallwood's book is pretty typical of her scholarly circle, which debunks Bible. So she misses the importance of the magi -- which after all, Herod would have to silence, too. serious&f=false

But as it turns out, this Son of David was of questionable legitimacy. After all, Mary was about 36 when she gave birth, per her own dateline meter in the Magnificat, as a future episode will show. Who's gonna believe He was born of the Holy Spirit? Can't God make a married woman conceive supernaturally, instead? Why expect Israel to believe an OLD virgin -- even if she was disposyni, legitimate royalty from the House of David, next-in-line-for-the-throne? What, is God being politically-incorrect?

Yeah, and the fact people thought He was illegitimate, spared Him from kings who'd want to capture or manipulate Him... You don't see the pulpits or movies cover that angle, either. But clearly the Bible DOES cover it. Just the facts, ma'am. Leaving the obvious, in silence...

More detail about the series, is in the video description to 1 Synoptic

5 Synoptic Messiah Politics: how Luke 1-2 wraps Matthew 1-2

Continuing from 4, explosive Messianic politics; next, by employing the rhetorical style of 'reversal', Luke wraps Matthew via the 'plotline' of scandalous birth. Intro to Greek drama principles (very brief) to show that both the Hebraistic rules of rhetorical style and the Greek rules, are 'obeyed', to properly communicate to the audience. Focus is on the 'parallel' (a Hebrew and Greek drama requirement for plots) of the scandalous birth of John the Baptist, with his own father Zacharias (=God Remembers!) from the priestly course (house) of AbiJah (=God is My Father!), committing political suicide at the son's birth.

6 Synoptic Messiah Politics: how Luke 1-2 wraps Matthew 1-2, cont.

In this Episode: Lukan tracking of the political brouhaha of revolution in priesthood for a parallel birth; 'brood of vipers' meaning, Mishnah, how the OT priests didn't inherit land, depended on everyone else; hypocrisy of Elizabeth's and Zecharias' friends; his blessing and meaning of enemies being defeated.

Extensive links to contemporary Latin and Greek sources as well as scholars talking about the period, are in the 'ChronoChart' section of my Ephesians1REPARSED.doc / Eph1DecreeSyllables.pdf. Since Paul's meter is a chronology spanning 0-476AD (continuing the Mosaic tradition of using Hebrew meter as a past and future calendar), just look up the time period by syllable sections, as each syllable=1 year. So look at syllables 1-30 (=AD1-30).

8 Synoptic Messiah Politics, Luke 2 wraps around Matthew 2, cont.

Highlights: Matt2:1-8, and Luke 2:1-7 parallelism, wry wit and Luke's tracking to Matthew's wit. Marbling, Matt's funnelling-to-prophecy technique. Intro to Lukan Reversal Technique due to Church Age reversing yet redeeming Time for Israel to get what's promised her in the Trib and Mill, interpretative retrospective exposition.

Next, Census and taxation to explain Luke 2 and Quirinius. How the chief priests and scribes didn't know what time it was, that Christ would be under their very noses. Not asking WHEN? to the right people. Sotto voce style of silence about what they are doing wrong.

In Episode 9-21 we'll begin to see the textual wordplay on Chanukah as the Lord's Birthdate. If that topic interests you, be sure to view the tandem Magnificat Meter of Time series, which is a subset of the 10-11 GGS series on Paul's meter. Because Paul builds on the Magnificat, to create Ephesians 1:3-14's meter pattern.

9 Synoptic Messiah Politics, Luke 2 wraps around Matthew 2, cont.

Matt2-Luke 2 Joseph/Mary/Zecharias parallel, and how Luke keys off even Matt's Bible quotes. Intro to why we know it's Chanukah when Christ is born. Review of 'Star' when and where and Sanhedrin inability to know what time it is, ellipsis to spare embarrassment, reverse trip. Grave cloths (see links at end of this desc).

Manger and couple's personal attitude thus expressed. Luke 2, shepherds visit, parallel of the magi who had to be led, vs.shepherds who are told to GO LOOK. Political incorrectness and how they would be laughingly rejected when they knock on doors asking to see a newborn who 'angels' told them to find, wrapped mummy-style in a feed trough.. yeah, right, that's believably from God! NOT...

Luke 2:7 and 2:12's sparganow = wrap in DEATH CLOTHS. My pastor is adamant, that sparganon and its verb, come from Hippocrates. Hear him say so yourself, in lessons 1847ff of his (free) 1992 Spiritual Dynamics series, at He there also covers the shepherds, nickname 'Better things for Christmas'; he also explains that the Lord was born on Chanukah 4 BC. Call the church to order (can't order online, to protect your privacy) Lessons 1847ff. Order next 30 lessons to get context, or preferably with 1847 in the middle, so you can get pre-context. They never sell your name or ask for money.

I couldn't find my notes, so did a Word search on sparganon in Big Kittel, etc. Came up with nothing on Hippocrates. Maybe you can find it in Perseus? I talk about the term's putative meaning, here (30 mins): Luke2-7GraveCloths.WMA.

My pastor stressed that the shepherds weren't allowed in Temple. He said it's in the Mishnah. I searched on 'shepherd' and didn't find anything conclusive, only plausible. BibleWorks has Rodkinson, who doesn't reference by folio. This Soncino collection IS organized by folio (but the rest of the site is anti-semitic, lol):

This Jewish-friendly Heb-English site 'translates' between folio and Chapters for BOTH Talmuds and related sources: Example: select 'San' (for Sanhedrin) link at far right; see chapter on left, but associated folio citations on right. Text displays below; copyright restrictions might make you wait a day before you can see (i.e., Jeru) translation.

10 Synoptic Luke 2 tracking Matthew, Chanukah Birth of Christ

We're still on Luke 2 parallel and Messiah politics, but now we begin a side trip to prove how we know it's Chanukah, with intro on how we know Luke 2's 'reversal' rhetoric (anticipating Matt 16-22), plus use of 'Galilee' to subtly incorporate by reference, God's promises to all the Gentiles, and the problem then, of Jewish anti-goyimism.

Luke's deft style is to quote Zecharias quoting Isa 9:2, then Luke 1:71 quote construction of concatenation, going through the TSK list of verses. Intro to Purim and Mary as the archetype for Esther, introduced by Matt at the end of Matt1, via the pregnancy verse. Wit in Luke 1:26. For the next 10 Episodes, we'll visit the relevant OT passages.

In this Synoptic Series, we skip over the Magnificat until Episode 22; but you can see it now in the 11s GGS Mary Magnificat Meter of Time playlist. She starts her meter from the original Chanukah, to create a timeline for the life of her Son to the End of Scheduled Time. Each Time poem must balance to the end of Time, so Luke's use of the Magnificat meaning Chanukah, is very obvious to the Greek reader of his day; kinda like beginning the book with 'Twas the Night before Christmas', for us.

So Luke's Chanukah introduction, was really rather pointed, by quoting Mary. Then there was Zecharias' use of the same Chanukah keywords, and now, the shepherds.

11 Synoptic Messiah Politics of PURIM (intro to Magnificat)

For the next 10 videos, we take a major side-trip into the OT, to introduce background for the Magnificat. You can see it now in the Mary Magnificat video playlist on my channel page. This Synoptics series will not go into its Greek-geek detail, but will rather just summarize, to show Luke makes CHANUKAH BIRTH, playfully obvious to the reader.

The Magnificat itself is a TIME POEM; it measures from Chanukah, keys off Daniel 9:19. Magnificat was already famous when Zecharias spoke; he made his own words a time poem keying off the Magnificat, as will be shown in Episode 11s12 Magni 12 of the Magnificat series. Paul in turn will key off them both, in Ephesians 1:3-14, as shown in my 10-11 GGS video series.

But in THIS video we go in the opposite direction, to see the Tie to Purim, start of book of Esther. Book highlights explained to show origin of Purim and Matt 16-22 tie, Israel playing Vashti. Luke uses this in order to advance his REVERSAL Gospel theme, playing on Matthew 16-22.

Highlights are: Unconditional vs. conditional covenants to Israel, how Mosaic law was the only conditional covenant. Sidebar on how Christians wrongly think they inherit the promises to Israel. Last third of video returns to Luke 1:26ff, to show why God picked Adar for the Annunciation.

Video then goes through Luke 1:35's verbs, query why use 'come upon' and 'overshadow' (which will be answered in Synoptics Episode 14).

Video stops at Luke 1:36 again showing how we know it's Adar and how we know Mary is depicted as Esther. Tie between Pentecost and Chanukah. God fills out the Jewish Calendar of World History!

12 Synoptic Messiah Politics of Chanukah tie Luke 1:26 to Haggai 1 and 2

Smoking gun, Luke 1:26's sixth month and Haggai 1:1, intro to the latter's usage. Luke's reversal rhetoric of the genealogy, and how Magnificat will reference Galilee of Joshua 2:23, and Mary and Zecharias will be quoting Haggai. See the Magnificat video series, which shows how Mary creates a Time Poem based on Chanukah birth of Christ, balancing her timeline to Dan9 and Dan11. Zecharias then plays off Mary's timeline, as will be shown in 11s12 GGS Magni 12 (last video of the Magnificat series).

Bible is precise in its eschatology. Thus it's complicated, and requires MUCH STUDY, to get it right. Get it wrong, and some Bible verse will contradict you. Whew. God created a self-auditing means, of Bible interp! Never stop auditing!

Two other Big Bible Auditing Clues are due to the 'actors', Mary daughter of Zerubabbel and John son of Aaron just as Yeshua son of Jehozadok. Reminder that Matt2 by omission shows the chief priests and scribes don't know what time it is, but Mary and Zecharias DO know. Sidebar on my pastor's switch from claiming a spring birth for Christ, to December 25 as Chanukah, and the discovery via someone else's email, about Zecharias. Haggai 1:1-1:12, with extended sidebar on 8's eudokew and endoxasthesomai, idea that morality doesn't ipse glorify God. He has to approve it. Issue of balance.

13 Synoptic Messiah Politics of Chanukah tie Luke 1:28 to Haggai 1 and 2

Next smoking gun proof of Chanukah birth, Luke 1:28 and 'I am with you" in Haggai 1:13, compared with similar phrases pan-Bible. How God plays with the grammar rules. Frequency of usage in Jeremiah, association with Temple Down disaster.

Last third of video returns to Haggai 1:12 through the end of the chapter, with focus on 24th Elul as probable date of Elizabeth's conception; then begins Haggai 2, introduced by Ezra 1, 3, 4 as background, including period between Cyrus - Darius, the civil war and factions in Persia.

Next Smoking Gun, Ziv beginning of the Temple. Back to Haggai 2, Feast of Booths tie back to Ezra 3's weeping, and the 2nd "I am with you" in Haggai 2:4. Sidebar on discouragement, and parallel to Exodus, mistake about qereb made at the end, and quick comment on how we miss the meaning of Mary's smarts, not yet explained.

14 Synoptic Messiah Politics, Haggai 2, Lord's Chanukah Birth

This series runs in tandem with the Magnificat video series starting here. So here in Episode 14, we take a sidetrip to Haggai 2:22, for Mary and Zecharias will quote that verse; confluence of Gentiles with the characters and the six months, Messiah's birth prediction, in terms of Temple Building and Gentiles supporting it; but also sidetrip to Luke 1:35, showing usage of 'come upon' and 'overshadow'. (See also Episode 11, but in #14 I mistakenly say it's Episode 5 or 6.)

Beginning at about 16 minutes, return to Haggai 2, introducing the timing of days worked, and the 30-day month of the Bible's calendar, meaning of Booths, correcting the qereb error. Beginning at 23 minutes, Sidebar on Haggai 2:6 and Ezra, begins with explanation of why Bible prophecy seems cryptic -- because we don't know the background, names, places, and especially wordplay. The latter, as a feature of how to interpret what God says. "Shake Heavens and Earth" explanation starts, introducing the time of Darius the Great and how he came to power. At 30 minutes I err in saying Carpathian Mountains, should be Zagros, but the Carpathians were the northwestern extent (just above Thrace).

Historical background using Ezra 4:6 showing how after the foundation was laid, the enemies of the Jews frustrated continued rebuilding.

15 Synoptic Messiah Politics, Haggai 2 and Ezra tie Luke 1, Matt 2 with Chanukah Birth

Continuation, still explaining Haggai 2:6's 'shake heavens and the earth' via introductory background on the time between Cyrus' first year and Darius the Great's, 2nd year, mostly via Ezra. How stopping Temple rebuilding actually violates Persian law, during the time Daniel was still in power, under a cloud due to the machinations of Daniel 6, bypassing Babylon and going straight to Susa, where Cambyses was (or left, with Cyrus campaigning), but there were factions.

Focus on Ezra 5, and Tattenai's letter, Darius' reply, and how it ties back to Haggai 2:6's shaking the earth. Ezra 6:15's dating terminology as contrast to double-definite articles explained. Estimate of total building time from foundation at 2nd-9th months, and mid-second year Darius the Great, until end of his sixth year in office.

Speculation on whether Mary conceived in Purim or 3 Adar. Beginning at 36 minutes, Jewish calendar picture and structure reviewed, with short Google overlay and summary of the BC late 539 to mid-522 history, and the improper bypassing of Babylon to Susa.

Last 20 minutes spent on the timing of the probable arrival of Tattenai's message to Darius, and the strength of Darius' reply, how he probably believed in Christ. Tieback to the gold and silver prediction by God in Haggai 2:6. Explanation of the sacrifices' volume, as an index of how much wealth they got, tying also to 2:7.

16 Synoptic Messiah Politics Haggai 2 tie to Luke 1 'shake heavens', cont.

Still reviewing the setup for Luke 1 Magnificat use of Haggai 2:21-23, via Haggai 2:7's 'all the nations' and 'earth'; first explained geographically, using map. At 20 minutes, return to Haggai 2, reviewing the timeline of resumption of building on the foundation, Tattenai's letter, and Darius' likely receipt by the time of Haggai 2:1; review also of Cyrus-to-Darius period, prior. Haggai 2:7-23 explained, start of 'shake the heavens', with ending stress on how Zerubbabel (Mary and Joseph's ancestor) will become Seed of Christ.

17 Synoptic Messiah Politics Haggai 2 'Shake Heavens' tie to Luke 1 (intro to Magnificat), cont.

This episode will be a slog, going through so many passages. 'Shake the heavens' bookending technique illustrates near and far fulfillment of prophecy. Review of Haggai 2:6, 21-23, then Daniel's prayer, which saved the world.

At 11:47, Daniel 6 introduced. Background on takeover of Babylon and Cyrus compared to Darius the Mede, to introduce Daniel 9, briefly reviewed.

During that coverage, sidebar intro to meter as a dimension of historical testimony about specific period of time, Daniel doing it retrospectively, then switch to Isaiah 53 to show how Isaiah's doing it from First David's birth to Last David's Death, and that Mary's using Isa53:12 meter (not shown or explained how, here). On Isaiah 53, how by verse 4's end, that's Temple Down. How Daniel tracked to Isa53:5 to determine when to pray; how the next seven syllables cover the Persian civil war, then seven more to Haggai and another seven to Ezra 6:15.

Back to Daniel 9 as a retrospective playing back to Isaiah 53's roster to craft his indictment. Point is that Daniel will only live another four or five years after Daniel 9. Daniel 10 covered near video end, showing Temple in trouble and Darius is dead.

Not covered but related: 2Sam22:8ff, reprised in Psalm 18 (which Christ uses to key off the adulteress being surrounded by legalists in John 8), Isaiah 13:13, 24:18, 64:1.

18 Synoptic Messiah Politics 'Shake Heavens' Related OT verses

Synopsis: still leading into the Luke 1 Magnificat. Since Mary will quote Haggai 2:22, this prologue still reviews other Bible verses illustrating what God means in Haggai 2:6 and 2:21, when He says He will 'shake the heavens'.

Verses are: Deut 32:8 and how it means the TIME ALLOTTED to Israel, with tie to Psalm 90 written at the same time, very brief (at 12 mins I mistakenly say that it's not divisible by 7 until 84 syllables, when in fact it's divisible by 7 at the end of v. 3, at 63 syllables, meaning VOTE SHORT); followed by Psalm 90 meter overview (using translation to block its sections); brief back to Gen1:2 and Angelic Conflict, followed by Isaiah 45 on Cyrus and tohu wa bohu in vv45:18-19.

Next, Isaiah 14 on Satan's fall. Then Psalm 110 on how Satan will be defeated, with tie to Dan 7:9-13; next, the meter pattern outline of Isaiah 53. Next, back to Daniel 9, closing with the reminder that the foregoing is part of what God means when He says in Haggai 2 (shown at the end of the video), by 'shaking the heavens'.

19 Synoptic Messiah Politics 'shake the heavens' Chanukah Meter (Luke 1 and Haggai 2)

Again, we're still introducing Luke 1's Magnificat, since Mary follows the rhetorical tradition of TIME meter when she speaks, as you'll see in my Magnificat playlist. For the Son was to arrive on a SCHEDULE which was annually plotted in the Bible, starting with Moses' meter in Psalm 90. To understand that meter, we gotta go back to Isaiah 53, which Daniel 9's meter had updated; for Mary updates Daniel's meter.

Isaiah 53, had played off Moses' meter in Psalm 90, to update the prophetic timeline of Messiah's arrival and departure. So the flow of the timeline, goes back to Adam:

Moses' Psalm 90 plots time from Adam to David's Advent, and simultaneously to Purim; Isaiah picks up at David's Advent, plotting time to Messiah's scheduled death; Daniel 9's meter then does a retrospective on Isaiah 53's forecast, balancing it to Messiah's scheduled death. Mary then picks up where Daniel left off, cleverly adding 73 years to his ending forecast of the rise of Rome (73 was the meter Daniel used in 9:5). Which 73 years, is the initial Chanukah.

For when newly-pregnant Mary speaks, she knows her Son will be born on the 160th anniversary of that Chanukah. Thus she keys her metered words in the Magnificat, to update the Timeline from Daniel. Paul will then pick up where Mary leaves off, updating the Timeline to show the effect of Church Insertion -- which is Luke's rhetorical theme for his Gospel -- in Ephesians 1:3-14.

Sophisticated rhetorical Bible style, this metering. Which no one in Christendom knows, and the Jews, have largely forgotten. I'd not know it either, but for a query to God about something my pastor taught, 11 years ago. Been researching the answer, ever since.

So this video explains that TIMELINE connection. See also my 10 YMH video playlist (episode 10 of Yapping Most High is its own separate playlist), or Episode 10-11 GGS playlist (subset of Greek Geek Stuff playlist). This is a complex subject, is unknown to Christianity, so requires a lot of explaining. Since all its material is IN the Bible, you can vet it yourself, once you see the pattern. This is provable directly from the text's own pattern of syllables, not an 'interpretation'.

So it is objectively falsifiable from the source, and it doesn't require an 'expert' to sanction it. Master document containing all relevant webpages, docs, and video links is:

Pity that few will actually study the matter. Bible's accuracy and data here is of extreme importance to hermeneutics, would resolve many debates re TC, Bible's dates, textual preservation, and especially, eschatology. Oh well.

20a Synoptic Messiah Politics 'shake the heavens' Chanukah Meter, cont.

Still showing how Zechariah's speech, metrically interacts with the OT. Psalm 90 and Daniel 9 meter-and-text interaction is reviewed, with focus on the keywords Book of Zechariah will use. For his namesake Zecharias will reference all this in Luke 1, to play on the Magnificat, which plays on Psalm 90, Daniel 9, and Haggai 2's 'shake the heavens'. In short, a 'paper trail' of doctrine formed of a trail of interlocking verse references to show how the prophetical doctrines relate.. and fulfill Time.

We read Daniel 9 wrongly, because we don't know it's metered. Same, for Luke 1. So we only get Christ's birthday nearly right by accident, rather than by Bible. And we don't understand prophecy, at all. For we don't see it's been a SCHEDULE annually tracked in Bible from God, so of course we get Bible's dates wrong, too. Billions of wasted hours, angst and dollars, all because we won't learn God's Meter of Time, via the syllable-counting method which any schoolchild used to learn. Pity.

It might help to see my Magnificat playlist at this point, since these Synoptic videos serve to introduce it, after about Synoptic 12. The biggest proof of Luke's theme and the fact it's the second Gospel around which Mark 'wraps', is the Magnificat. That metered Time Poem sets the theme of Luke's Gospel, and the theme of Ephesians+Revelation, as well. For Chanukah was about freedom from religion, itself a schedule of days, just like the Chanukah of Our Salvation would be born and die according to a schedule. That's the parallel, in the Magnificat. Which parallel, Paul builds on in Ephesians, and John keys off Ephesians, to construct Revelation.

You would do well to read Euripides' play Ion, to better understand Ephesians, since The Seed is born at Chanukah 4BC, to kill the Snake.

Note: this video was made on 3/22/12, but wasn't posted until July. It was on 3/22 that I learned more about how Paul was playing on Mary.

20b Synoptic Messiah Politics 'shake the heavens' Chanukah Meter, cont.

Still focusing on the keywords Book of Zechariah used, to tie to Haggai 2. For his namesake Zecharias will reference all this in Luke 1, to play on the Magnificat, which plays on Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Zechariah 3 and 4, via Haggai 2's 'shake the heavens' RESULT of 'lowering from their thrones' (Luke 1:52). In short, Mary and Zecharias use a 'paper trail' of doctrine formed of interlocking verse references, to show how the prophetical doctrines relate.. and fulfill Time, via Messiah's Timely Birth. Right on Schedule.

We read Daniel 9 wrongly, because we don't know it's metered. Same, for Luke 1. So we only get Christ's birthday nearly right by accident, rather than by Bible. And we don't understand prophecy, at all. For we don't see it's been a SCHEDULE annually tracked in Bible from God, so of course we get Bible's dates wrong, too. Billions of wasted hours, angst and dollars, all because we won't learn God's Meter of Time, via the syllable-counting method which any schoolchild used to learn. Pity.

The proper accounting of Daniel 9:25 dates from 586 BC, not 446 or 444, as most scholars use. 140 years were to elapse before Daniel 9:25 begins. Because the ending result of 446 or 444 is so similar, scholars MISS the actual accounting use, and misread Daniel 9. Their other mistakes self-cancel (they read the TWO sevens as only one because they use lunar years), so when they still end up getting to the year the Lord is to die (well, not all scholars even get that right), they think they rightly interpret, and miss the entire TIMELINE import of the passage. So they miss its CONTEXT. So they argue.

I've covered this 140-year accounting in many places, but perhaps the best place to view it, is in brainoutFAQ.htm#6a. Look for the table on 'God the Master Accountant', once you've clicked on that link, item 'AC' in that section; skip the videos there, and just read the text. It's not too complex to understand. Pity we didn't understand it, sooner.

So the total time is really 140+490, not merely 490. You'd know this, if you paid attention to Daniel 9:2 on the 70 year 'debit'; for then it has to be REIMBURSED; for that's God's Orchestration of Time doctrine, which no one in Christendom, knows; which the Jews still know, but in garbled fashion. So the 70 years debited, have to be credited back. Twice. And the 2nd credit, is in in Daniel 9:25, 364 years 1st Temple stood being REIMBURSED, plus 70 reimbursed again = 62 weeks (because the first reimbursement offset the debit, so now is back to zero).

Mary references this reimbursement in her meter, following on Daniel 9. It might help to see my Magnificat playlist at this point, since these Synoptic videos serve to introduce it, after about Synoptic 12. The biggest proof of Luke's theme and the fact it's the second Gospel around which Mark 'wraps', is the Magnificat. That metered Time Poem sets the theme of Luke's Gospel, and the theme of Ephesians+Revelation, as well. For Chanukah was about freedom from religion, itself a schedule of days, just like the Chanukah of Our Salvation would be born and die according to a schedule. That's the parallel, in the Magnificat. Which parallel, Paul builds on in Ephesians, and John keys off Ephesians, to construct Revelation.

You would do well to read Euripides' play Ion, to better understand Ephesians, since The Seed is born at Chanukah 4BC, to kill the Snake.

Note: this video was made on 3/22/12, but wasn't posted until now. It was on 3/22 that I learned more about how Paul was playing on Mary.

21 Synoptic Messiah Politics Zecharias and Mary 'tag' Zechariah to show Chanukah Birth

NOTE: future videos in the Synoptic series, will be posted to vimeo, so you can comment without having to join Google Plus. This Episode 21 is also in Vimeo: .

This video still sets up the introduction of Luke 1 on Mary and Zecharias, to show the OT prophecy they reference. This video is in tandem with the Magnificat Meter of Time playlist, here: • b-out Mary's Magnificat Meter of Time . This video also follows on 20b Synoptic, here: • 20b Synoptic Messiah Politics 'shake ... . Video was originally made 3/26/12, but I forgot to post it until now. So what I say in this video, predated the last episode in the Magnificat playlist.

This long Episode 21, thus shows how deftly both Zecharias and Mary before him, 'tag' Zechariah's book to explain the Pentecost birth of John, heralding the Chanukah Birth of Christ. In between, we see Song of Moses (Deut 32) and Haggai 2 referenced via Zechariah, including the prophecy of Esther. Sorry it's so long, but I had to post this in one 'go'.

Point is, no sane reader could miss the Chanukah Birthdate of Christ, given all these deft keyword ties by Mary and Zecharias in Luke 1. EVERY scholar knows that Luke's Greek style is 'finesse', meaning soft, wry wit. He likes you to slowly get the point, and smile. So he doesn't 'explain', but rather merely QUOTES them. For his readers at the time, that's all he HAD to do.

That we don't know Christ's CHANUKAH birth, therefore means we didn't do our homework IN BIBLE. For centuries.

On a positive note, the Catholic designation of December 25 for Christmas, is apt. Those saying the Catholics picked a pagan holiday, are proven wrong. For Chanukah COINCIDED with the pagan holiday of the Saturnalia, which Paul himself jokes about, in Galatians 4:4 (you can't see the joke in English, Greek Chronos=Roman Saturn). So pity all those holier-than-thou Christians who trumpet against the RCC on this topic. THEY TOO, did not do their Bible homework!

Really sad, what hypocrites we Christians are. We don't even bother to STUDY BIBLE, to get his Birth and Death dates correct. For centuries.

JM6 Gospel Meter Review

This video continues to focus on what elements of the analysis are more trustworthy, and which are very speculative, yet resonable, so you can save time in analysis. Here, I quickly go through my 'interpretation' of the meter in John's Gospel. You'd need to read it for a fuller vetting (links below).

Basically, the meters are obvious, very little to dispute. On the other hand, my interpretation of those meters, although reasonable for the most part, would be quite disputable. Talk to God about everything. I sure am, and am very skeptical of whatever I seem to think the meter means, constantly throwing stones at it. Auditing requires such skepticism.

Conversely, so much in the meter's meaning is obvious, given how John clearly plays on Paul, that to just reject it out of hand, is also unwarranted. But again, you'll have to talk to God about that. In all events, it's not about who does the reporting. It's about what the Word actually says.

Documents below were again revised on 3/08/14. Here are their links:

JohnDatelineMeters.htm (Greek or tabs won't be aligned, in some browsers)

BEWARE: 1John and Revelation 'Meter Import' sections are very rough drafts; most of the editing in this latest revision are in the sections interpreting the meter. In the other sections, I made a few small revisions to match. For example, now it's clear 1 John was written 4 Chislev, now that I'm sure of how he used his '21'. So Revelation ends up being written 'our' December 88 AD.

File Name: JM6GospMeterReview.avi, 3/02/14.