GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History

An archive of brainout's vimeo video descriptions and playlists (to go along with the dumped videos in the event vimeo pulls them down with all of the playlists and text).



New uploads might resume late 2016, after I've finished johnmeter channel. To play these videos in order: channel . Sorting: click on 'Browse This Channel', then 'Videos'. See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWhe4wg2Q8Q&list=PL1bv_xPIih3fs-vKfMgiVbt4fmi3Xs3Yf

GIST: Paul's Eph1:3-14 METERED Greek, creates a 'calendar' of Future Roman/Church history, to illustrate how Daniel 9:26c's 'time bubble', plays. Vids here are a subset of the Youtube GGS 10-11 playlist ( http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5D3F5A2E85CE65CC ). Episode 10 has its own vimeo channel, GGS10 Paul's Meter Of Time Structure in Eph1:3-14 ; this channel covers Episode 11. However, the 12-part GGS11s series on the Magnificat, is in its own 'channel' (playlist), GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time . Episode 11t9 covers book reviews on Roman and Church history which help you see how Paul's meter, plots FUTURE history you can vet. Shockingly.

For Paul plots the Roman Empire and rise of the Apostate Church, in Ephesians 1:3-14. Might be faster if you just read the verses and Chrono Chart sections, with many external and independent links by scholars, all illustrating the history covered, in Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf .

So the Isaiah 53 and Daniel 9 rhetorical style of retrospective or prophetic METERED exposition (plotting syllable-by-year) for each King, with wry words for each year, continues in the NT. No one knows this Bible style. So I'm trying to document it live in Bible, for anyone to vet from the SOURCE.

It would be easy to call the results coincidental or even manufactured, if there were only a few verses or a few passages. It would be easy to call it coincidence, if the writers didn't start with PAST kings, to show the satirical style. But when you have many verses, much history you can vet, and the style for the PAST established before the writer goes prophetical, then you have material you can audit and certify. I submit, that's the case here. I used commonly-available materials for Roman history, like the contemporary writers (in Latin or Greek), and university writeups of the Emperors. Robert Lee Williams' Bishops Lists (Gorgias Press, sold at Amazon and elsewhere) is invaluable for documenting the sudden posting of Peter on a 'bishop list' in order to sell the Severans. Paul's text for that period, is the wry Ephesians 1:9.

Again, as you go through the text and the history, you'll see that it's neither wishful thinking (for who could wish such satire), nor coincidence. This is how Greek plays were written too; for Paul patterns Ephesians after the Greek play 'Ion' by Euripides. Each chapter in Ephesians, 'tracks' that story, since his audience was Greek, and Ion is about the founding of the Greek sea peoples. Yeah, and the Real Founder is not a venomous snake (Ion means 'venom'), but God Himself. With no secret liasons, either. So if you'd read the play first, then Ephesians, you'll see the pattern Paul follows.

This is how Peter tags Paul, too. Awesome stuff, worthy of skepticism; but once proven.. shocking.

PATU44 Ephesians 1:3-14 Revisited 5/5

For Masochists Only. Audit video subseries revisits whether I explained the dateline '56' of Ephesians rightly: I hadn't. This is 5/5's corrected answer. Download the two-page audit correction, here: brainout.net/EphDatelineMeter.pdf or 'doc', but for the doc you'll need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here, bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The Romans doc is RomansDatelineMeter.pdf or RomansDatelineMeter.doc.

Turns out Paul used the 'I write you' meter style in Romans (which was precedent), but had to 'pad' 2 years into the text: BECAUSE he writes in ad 58, so can't tag Mary's 56 without some haha math. This 5/5 shows that haha math (rounding tricks on years Christ did or should have died, '37' and '47'); yet all four videos are useful re technique for sleuthing Bible meters. Took me four hours' videos to figure out Paul's haha. Happily, though, I don't have to redo all my past Ephesians videos nor rewrite the video's 150-page doc, Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf aka Ephesians1REPARSED.doc (or Ephesians1REPARSED.htm) !

If you're not already familiar with the meter styles, you'll need some background on the Doctrine no one in Christendom yet knows, HOW GOD ORCHESTRATES TIME (channel on its math, is How God Orchestrates Time ). No one knows that doctrine, because no one's ever plotted Bible's dates using ONLY Bible, so all the Bible timelines 'out there' are at least partially wrong and contradictory. I learned that, the hard way, so went BACK TO THE BIBLE and only used it to construct GeneYrs.xls, using the Gen5 and 7, 11 begats (all in the worksheet and visible), plus verses not much used by anyone else. Verse disclosure and method of constructing the worksheet is in brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

You need that worksheet, as the Bible meters measure time in the same way, ADAMIC YEARS. For example, Christ died in 4136 vernal. He was SUPPOSED to die 10 years later, in 4146 vernal. Paul depends on the reader knowing that for his haha math, as the ADAMIC year equivalents are 4136.5 and 4146.5, respectively. Since you can't split a syllable=year, he neatly rounds to get to the shoulda-been age (a meter convention that equals our 'ad') by saying (41)37 and (41)47, in the meter you see onscreen. Heh. But that would mean Christ age 58, not 56, so he backs out the '2' added, to get back to 56, so he can pick up where Mary's Magnificat, left off. Magnificat videos are here: GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time .

Thus in Ephesians, Paul reconciles all the way back to Adam. Which I knew, but couldn't figure out how he did it. Until now.

File Name: EphRevisit10.avi, 3/25/15.

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