Bible Dateline Meters

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).


First 10 videos summarize this rhetorical style: it maps 'How God Orchestrates Time'. Then, videos are per book in ascending date order. Bible writers use dateline meters to:

1. Telegraph book content and tie prophecy relative to the date of writing, so

2. The meter creates FROM the date of writing -- for the date was already known to those who initially got the letter/book -- the meter creates, a GPS of Time: so they could better RELATE time to the text, and thus appreciate God's Grace and Protection.

3. So retrospectively, we who do not know when those letters were written.. can learn.

4. The writers also used the dateline meters to point to other Bible books, so the readers could more easily reference what other Scripture to compare, while reading (or remembering) the 'current' letter/book.

5. Often, within a book, separate dateline meters are used; so the dateline is not merely restricted to the greeting portion of the letter. However, any subsequent meters will tie to the greeting section, and will provide a lot of precise, added information of the same structure as #1-#4, above.

Therefore, the datelines are always numbered in terms of significant Bible-related events past or future, especially as a 'time to Millennium' countdown 'clock'. The doctrines most applicable in light of that countdown which the letter/book will stress, are telegraphed by the dateline meter 'paragraphs'.

These meters are often quite sophisticated, so the links below are for whole channels dedicated to specific dateline meters in key passages. By contrast, the videos here are either the first in the video series linked below, or are here in this channel because there's no need to dedicate another whole channel just for these other books. This style began with Moses, and was in Hebrew, for teaching DOCTRINE. It is distinct from 'stoichometrie' as shown in http://www.stichometrie.de/gliederung.html . So that site has nothing to do with the Bible's own meter style here shown.

Suggest you go through this channel's links IN ORDER for fastest comprehension. It will take well over a year to absorb the material, so ASK GOD if He even wants you to look at this. For the material is addicting, once you get into it. And, there's no 'scholarly' corroboration of the meter, since no one knows it even exists (though scholars have speculated about its existence, for over 300 years). So I know I had to have made mistakes, but there's enough proof from the links below that YES this meter exists and does what is claimed.. the errors won't invalidate the existence and provable NATURE of the meter, but instead any mistakes will become obvious and will better prove how this meter works. Hence my courage, in posting and spending so much time on the subject.

So: presuming God wants you to analyze this, try following this order (which is roughly chronological):

Meter Rules are summarized here, based on the content below: http://www.brainout.net/BibleHebMeterCharacs.htm . You can substitute 'pdf' or 'doc' as the extensions, to download those file versions. That piece doesn't have any Greek or Hebrew fonts in it, and is best read rather than watched. The links below, demonstrate these meters in action.

How God Orchestrates Time, the doctrinal 'math' behind the meter pan-Bible: How God Orchestrates Time

Psalm 90 meter including Dateline, the PRECEDENT for all Bible meter: Psalm 90 Meter of Time (Precedent for Bible Hebrew Meter) ; videos include Isaiah 53's and Daniel's meter in context of how they play off Psalm 90's meter, showing how the text and the meter all interrelate. This sets precedence for how NT meter works in Greek (same rules).

Isaiah 53's meter including dateline, from which Matthew and Luke crafted their genealogies: Isaiah 53 Meter of Time: 1st David's Birth to Last David's Scheduled Death

Magnificat Meter (including Dateline, the core of the Magnificat's prophetic nature, and including Zecharias meter, which plays on Mary's): GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time . Technically Mary's meter precedes Matthew's, as both she and 6 months later Zecharias, spoke in 5 BC. Matthew will key his meter to Daniel also, thus playing off Mary's.

Matthew's Dateline Meter, proving conclusively that his is the first Gospel (all subsequent NT books play off Matthew's meter): Matthew is Metered! . His meter focuses on Isaiah 53, Daniel, the Magnificat .. baldly.

Eph1:3-14 Anaphoric Meter Structure in Ephesians, including his 'Christ Age 56' dateline, playing baldly off Mary's meter as well as Matthew's: GGS10 Paul's Meter Of Time Structure in Eph1:3-14

Prophetic nature of Paul's 'what if the Rapture' meter (after his dateline, which set it all up) -- tying to FUTURE Roman and Church history: GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History

James' dateline meter, which is based on Luke's: James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis

Luke's dateline meter, which is bifurcated between 'cover letter' dateline to Theophilus, and the actual Gospel dateline (written 7 years earlier): same as James channel starting at Jim7, because Luke builds his entire Gospel around the Magnificat meter.

Peter's Meter including dateline, showing he wraps his text to Ephesians to make a marching song: Peter Meters Time to Paul's Eph 1:3-14

Mark's Dateline meters (just Episode 1d et seq), proving his is the THIRD Gospel, playing off Jude's meter (not Ephesians, as I originally thought): Mark's Gospel Proves Q Scholars Wrong

Hebrews dateline meter, which plays off Peter, Mark, Luke, Ephesians: vimeo.com/brainout/rfg6b

John's Dateline meters in Gospel, 1John, Revelation: John's Meter


Meter Update 3-24-15

Latest status of the meters. Important changes: conversion of all shown dates to Adamic fiscal (autumnal equinox) so you can more easily see the time distance; also, I had to revise Galatians' explanation (meter fine, the 49's explanation was partly wrong, download link below). To read more about the SEVEN 'timeline shifts' Bible uses and I briefly showed, see brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.htm#TimelineShifts . They are charted in brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#TimeDistance .

Downloads: brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf and brainout.net/GalatiansDatelineMeter.pdf . Or, 'htm' for Luke, else 'doc' if you have Bibleworks fonts, obtainable free here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

This stuff is important, because it shows vividly how the writers all use an ADAMIC CALENDAR, which long before I even knew these meters existed, I learned solely from the BIBLE's own dates and numbers. Bible's own timeline using ONLY its dates, is here: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Verses used to compile it are here: brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a . Worksheet should be intuitive, but I do explain its usage, starting here (through the end of Episode 8): Genesis Time Doctrines (Exegetical Proof) . Noah Flood Precedence channel with the doc and explanation on how we can know Noah's birthday would become Passover: Noahic Flood Precedence for God's Orchestration of Time .

So PassPlot.htm shows the BIBLE's Jewish calendar and how BIBLE tracks and proves His Exact Birth and Death dates, which to this day, we dummies never get right: brainout.net/PassPlot.htm .

File Name: MeterUpdate3-24-15.avi, same date.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 1/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall.

This video introduces the idea, harangues about how obvious Bible's Anno Domni meter would be to anyone COUNTING SYLLABLES PER CLAUSE; then, starts the meter survey with Galatians, the first book written after the first Gospel, which is provably Matthew's. This video ends with James, going in chronological order, through each NT book's meters. They all have the following in common:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with the OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to the delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but wasn't crowned over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in the OT or any other serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's a plan-of-time passage, not merely a dateline (like Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Peter1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. As usual, for doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the importance of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey1-2.avi 3/19/15 concatenated from 1 and 2 of 3/17/15.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 1b/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

This 1b corrects last 10 minutes of Part 1 ( vimeo.com/brainout/bibleannodominimetersurvey1 ) to show Romans + Ephesians each use 'Lord's Age at Death +28' as their datelines, just as James will do. For Luke and Paul, tag the Magnificat's ending of Lord Age 56, 40 years prior to Mill.

So these meters all have the following in common:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with the OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to the delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but wasn't crowned over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation).

That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in the OT or any other serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's a plan-of-time passage, not merely a dateline (like Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Peter1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. As usual, for doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the importance of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey1b.avi 3/19/15


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 2/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

This video continues the survey with Colossians through Titus, going in chronological order, through each NT book's meters. They all have the following in common:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with the OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to the delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but wasn't crowned over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in the OT or any other serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's a plan-of-time passage, not merely a dateline (like Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Peter1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. As usual, for doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the importance of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a whole lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey3-6.avi 3/19/15 concatenated from 3-6 of 3/18/15.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 3/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

This video continues the survey with 2Timothy, still showing how all the NT dateline meters, have the following in common:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with the OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to the delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but wasn't crowned over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in the OT or any other serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's a plan-of-time passage, not merely a dateline (like Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Peter1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. As usual, for doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the importance of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a whole lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey7-2Timwith3b1and2.avi 3/19/15, replacing MeterSurvey7-2Tim.avi 3/18/15.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 4/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

This video continues the survey with 1Peter through Jude, still showing how all the NT dateline meters, have the following in common:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with the OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to the delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but wasn't crowned over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in the OT or any other serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's a plan-of-time passage, not merely a dateline (like Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Peter1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. As usual, for doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the importance of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a whole lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey8-91Peter-Jude.avi 3/19/15, concatenating MeterSurvey8 and 9 of 3/18/15.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 5/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

This video continues the survey with Mark, which like Jude, proves that significant textual variants are the proper text. PROVING MORE THAN EVER THAT HE'S THE THIRD GOSPEL, NOT A QUELLE OR FIRST. All you have to do is READ to know that, even in translation. But here the meter, still showing how all the NT dateline meters, have the following in common, proves it even more:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with the OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to the delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but wasn't crowned over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in the OT or any other serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's a plan-of-time passage, not merely a dateline (like Psalm 90, Daniel 9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Peter1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. As usual, for doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the importance of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a whole lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey10Mark.avi 3/18/15.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 6/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface .

This rather dramatic video continues the survey with Hebrews, which builds its outline around the Gospel of Mark, thus proving more than ever that Mark's the THIRD Gospel, not Quelle or first. Dramatic, because it almost SCREAMS of Luke and Mark's authorship post Paul's death.

The Royal Family of God channel has those videos. But here, Hebrews also shows how all the NT dateline meters, have the following in common:

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, the meters will interrelate all these dates: three death dates and two birthdates, so to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciliation with OT, its BC/AD converter, is the ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, not over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (the Davidic deadline) or 4146 (the original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one of the meters 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one of the meters is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, the meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in a serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can more quickly figure out what formula to 'test'. The dateline meter will often finish within the first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, it's not merely a dateline, but a plan-of-time passage (i.e., Ps90, Dan9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Pet1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. For doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It will also be helpful to download the worksheet which plots all the numbers, so when you see me refer to Adamic years, you can tell that the BIBLE's use of those specific years, are actually from BIBLE's own dates; for the worksheet was created solely from, the Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

It's a lot of material, but given the import of the accounting, it should be worth anyone's time to actually vet the material. Whether God wants you to do that, is a matter between you and Him. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important things:

1. YES we really do have the inerrant and infallible Word of God, because clearly these meters are deliberate so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people),

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you scurrilious Bible debunkers),

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish nonsense),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't even relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who would divert the topic of Bible study to banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to actually INTERPRET the Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is turned into a complex relation-back and relation-forward CONCORDANCE with history and other Bible events, so we know the CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, a whole lot of wasted money on debates over the above five topics, can stop being wasted. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this, the finding will be disregarded, disputed, as if the credentials of the person FINDING something was relevant to what was FOUND. But what was FOUND, is in Scripture, so ANYONE, degreed or not, can FIND it.

File Name: MeterSurvey11-12bHebrews.avi 3/20/15.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 7/7

Long before we invented 'Anno Domini', Bible used it. This series examines NT Anno Domini Dateline Meter formulas, and how they are all precedented on the OT dating system from both Adam's Fall (not initial creation) and, as a countdown TO a planned Millennial start of 4200 after Adam's Fall. See Preface for orientation, brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.htm#Preface , or in brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.htm#Preface . Substitute doc or pdf if you want those versions.

This likewise dramatic video ends the survey with John, who also tags Mark and everyone else, proving his the last Gospel; he writes far earlier than 'scholars' parrot from ever-inept 'church fathers' who LIE against John every chance they get (see Church Father Hall of SHAME ). 2 and 3 John aren't yet been parsed.. Seriously: just FIRE anyone praising the 'church fathers' and go BIBLE ONLY, de novo and de repente.

* The Lord's Age is stated BLUNTLY, or as a formula based on His originally planned Death or Birth pre- or post-David. Often, meters interrelate all these three death dates and two birthdates, to track and reconcile them. Bible's Anno Domini reconciles with OT. Its BC/AD converter? The ORIGINAL planned Birthdate of 4106. Due to delay in David's crowning -- he was crowned on time, 1050 years after Abraham supermatured at age 100, but not over ALL Israel until 7 years later -- Christ had to be born a net 3.5 years earlier (reflecting Temple's late start as well). So He dies in 4136, not 4143 (Davidic deadline) or 4146 (original 2100+2046 deadline from Abe's supermaturation). That TIMELINE SHIFT is not known in Christendom, but is tracked in Bible, as you'll see here.

* The ADAMIC YEAR of writing is somewhere stated as two ending numbers, much as we use '15' to mean '2015'.

* At least one meter 'tags' a past event in secular history, to parallel current time to the 'story' of that past event.

* At least one meter is dated in terms of years-to the Trib, Millennium, or a closely-related, forward countdown tracked since the OT.

In short, meter formulas are predictable. So they are testable. Since often a chapter will have its own dateline meter (esp. in a serial book, like Acts, Isaiah and Daniel), then you can know what formulas to 'test'. Dateline meter will often finish within first 1-3 verses of a chapter. If the last sevening is later, the passage is not merely a dateline, but rather a plan-of-time passage (i.e., Ps90, Dan9, Eph 1:3-14, 1Pet1:1-12, etc).

Video's Doc used (first two pages): brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm. For doc or htm you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html . The columns in the htm won't align, so the numbers for the meters look 'wavy'. I'll fix that in the future. The smaller the font size used in your browser, the more the numbers 'straighten'.

It's also good to download a worksheet that plots all the Bible years, so when you see Adamic meters, you what specific BIBLE dates are intended, as the worksheet was created solely from Bible's dates: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls .

Verses used to create that worksheet are in brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

That's a lot of material to review; given the accounting import, the time spent should be worthwhile. Whether God wants you to do that, is a private matter between Him and you. For once you see how bald these meters are, you know several important facts:

1. YES we really do have inerrant and infallible Word of God, as these meters are deliberate; so we know we have the real Words God Preserved (take THAT, you scurrilous KJVO people who pretend to read Hebrew and Greek but cannot);

2. YES we can know EXACTLY when Bible books were written (take THAT, you drooling Bible debunkers);

3. YES we know EXACTLY WHAT BOOKS ARE SCRIPTURE (take THAT, you brats who claim we needed some dippy Council of Nicaea or other popish incompetence, especially since those guys can't count to 3 or 14),

4. YES we know EXACTLY how long it was since Adam FELL, and YES the Bible does NOT say how old the earth is, as the issue isn't relevant (take THAT, you young earthers and others who divert Bible study into banalities),

5. YES we know BETTER how to INTERPRET Bible books, since the DATE OF WRITING is actually a complex relation-back and -forward CONCORDANCE, so we know CONTEXT the WRITER INTENDS.

In short, money on debates over these five topics, can stop being burnt. Of course, since a lowly brainout simply counted syllables to find this material, the finding will be disputed, as if a person FINDING a thing, was related to what got FOUND. For what got FOUND, is in Scripture: so ANYONE, degreed or no, can FIND it.

Harsh talk? You bet. For thousands of children from Moses forward learned Bible this way. So why don't we?

File Name: MeterSurvey13John.avi 3/18/15.


GGS11s15 Magnificat Meter, Revisited

Mary's Magnificat Meter reconciles between the Abrahamic and Davidic deadlines for her newly-announced Son's birth, from the first Chanukah; for she just then knew He'd be born on the 160th anniversary of that first Chanukah. Channel showing the videos on this: GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time . Doc used in video (latest version): brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2R.pdf (or 'doc', but you need Bibleworks fonts for it, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

Turns out that all other NT Bible dateline meter formulas key off her reconciliation. Luke in particular, pads her text with a preface 'k'eipen Miryam' to reconcile between the shoulda-been-born Year 4106 From Adam's Fall to the then-known 4103 FAF, which Mary's tallying. But long prior, starting with Galatians, Paul had been doing the same thing, as you can now see in the paulmeter channel ( Pauline Dateline Meters ).

That flummoxed me, so here I go back to Mary's Magnificat to show the proof of Magnificat setting that accounting precedence. For it matters to know WHY all the NT books find some way to date their books based on the Lord's woulda-been or real age. Especially, since to this day 'scholars' debate when He was born, as if that information wasn't baldly disclosed in Scripture. Which as you'll see from the text interacting with the meter (or from the text alone, if you actually READ it carefully) -- as you'll see, Bible does baldly and repeatedly state WHEN He was born. For, all Bible dates from Genesis to Rev hub around His Birth and Death, as Messiah is the key to history.

To show that, Mary keys off Daniel, starting 73 years after Daniel's timeline ended at 238 BC (rise of the feet of clay and iron, Rome), so 238+73 later = end 165 BC = start 164 BC = 1st Chanukah. Christ is actually born 160th year after that, shoulda-been born 164th year after that relative to Abraham (Luke's padding, left numbers on screen). So then 40 years of life leaves 56/7 years to Mill (57 really, since He's to die at beginning of year at Passover, on either schedule). So Mary was reconciling equidistantly, the payback on Abraham's 54 year credit at the end, like this: 40 when His Life was scheduled to end +16 +40 remaining coundown to Mill.

If you look at all the other NT dateline meters (except Matthew, who dates his book from Malachi), they all follow her same accounting formulas, back-and-forth. Shocking. This also shows the INTENT of the meter, so again you can tell the meter counts are the result of the writers deliberately padding their text to GET TO those meters. So again you can be very assured that God preserved His Word. Pity the stupid 'quelle' people, the horrible KJVO people, the dumb Mormons and Muslims and atheists who all claim that Bible is corrupted or that we don't have the original text. We do. Provably. Better still, we now have a better tool to sort among the variants, to correct the UBS text, at least for these dateline meters. Most of all, this accounting in Magnificat, shows the origin of all those dateline meter formulas. And perhaps most interesting, is the proof that what you should value about MARY, is her knowledge of doctrine, not the cheap trashy pandered claim by the lying Catholics, about her staying a virgin (a lie invented originally to 'compete' with pagan Roman Vestal Virgins; not at all Scriptural, as she would have SINNED not to have children with her husband). Oh well.

File Name: MaryRevisited, 3/14/15.


GGS11s16 Mary Reconciles to Daniel

To show how Mary picks up where Daniel left off, so you can see the precedent for her reconciliation. I've covered this before, but here the reconciliation is clearer. Thus when the entire NT's dateline meters measure from hers, you can see why.

Websites used in the video, to show importance of 238 BC:

Floralia (which was first instituted in the same year, maybe unrelated but doubtless reason for the year to be memorable as well): penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/calendar/floralia.html

UNRV: unrv.com/provinces/province-chronology.php

Turns out UNRV does have a chronology from 284-238, here: unrv.com/empire/roman-timeline-3rd-century.php

Navies of Rome book: books.google.com/books?id=ccHyOlPK4pIC&pg=PA83&lpg=PA83&f=false

Eckstein's book: amazon.com/dp/0520259920/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=1AC6BCZ98965A&coliid=IJE4KL97PCS2V

The Daniel chrono chart (below) has another link to that time which is more meaty.

284 BC, the earlier point in Daniel's Track 2 chronology, was a different kind of turning point, a settling with the Gauls: books.google.com/books?id=aEfvR1Qcd0gC&pg=PA349&f=false
You can find the same material elsewhere, but that link is a handy summary.

Here's another handy summary about how 284 BC was a turning point which you can download for free, see the middle left column on the page: books.google.com/books?id=mW8NAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA127&lpg=PA127&f=false

They often use Polybius' Histories, here free download in both Greek and English, link being the page which talks about the 284 turning point, books.google.com/books?id=ujMjAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA16#v=twopage&q&f=false

No offense, but the dingdongs who claim a late date for Daniel, really have no clue about anything. For it's impossible for anyone to know the CURRENT EFFECT of history, on the future. So this is clearly Divine Prophecy in METER, for crying out loud. No human is this smart.

Docs used in video:

Mary's Magnificat (latest version): brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2R.pdf
Daniel: brainout.net/DAN9V4-19HebOnePagerPARSED.pdf

You really need to read both, and spend a lot of time vetting, as the proof is extensive and complex. Will take months to vet, sorry. The Daniel piece's 'Footnote E' goes through the verses on the kings Daniel covers per syllable=year, recounting them in light of the Kings and Chronicles verses covering them, intertwining those references as he talks. No wonder God had him rule Babylon. Mary KNEW that too, and she's emulating Daniel's prayer style when she talks. No wonder God had her be the mother, as it would be necessary for Christ to be thoroughly versed in Scripture from birth. As you proof both docs, you'll be amazed at both believers' command of Scripture. For which they are both, underpraised. THIS is what is supposed to happen to the believer, total integrated fluency in KNOWING BIBLE.

BTW, you can substitute 'pdf' for 'doc' ('RTF' for Daniel) to instead download the Word doc originals, but you'll need Bibleworks fonts (because I pasted the text from Bibleworks 5), freely downloadable here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html

File Name: DanRevisited123.avi 3/15/15.


Thessalonians (2nd) Meter, 1/3

Part 1 of 3, watch how Paul piggybacks on his own 1 Thess meter with 2 Thess. More proof of how DELIBERATELY this meter works, thereby also proving critics wrong, for a) your Bible really does have God's Word in it, and b) WHAT Paul meant by what he wrote, even to the point of opportunistically using the GREETING to telegraph the doctrinal content of his letter. Heh.

Video emphasis, however, is on HOW you do this meter sleuthing, so you too can do it on any Bible passage you like. And if you like, you can tell me if you found something, find I made an error, etc. :)

Link: brainout.net/2ThessDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, which you can freely download here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

The Ephesians meter channel showing syllable by syllable, how Paul prophetically maps the future of Rome to show how Church determines history: GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . In that channel's videos, I didn't yet know that Paul was using the Lord's SHOULDA BEEN age, and THAT is why his meter exactly aligns with our 'AD', so much that at each eta in each thelematos, an Emperor DIES (Trajan, Macrinus, and Diocletian, respectively. Thelema=will, get the pun).

Magnificat, is a whole vimeo channel, walking you through the Greek (and metered translation), awesome thing, shocks me utterly: GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time . The doc you'll see onscreen is linked there, but you can click to download, here: brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2R.pdf (or doc, if you've Bibleworks fonts).

For the Bible's own timeline, undiluted and not folding in any other ideas or sources -- for that's why all our Bible timelines are messed up, people are not SOLELY using Bible -- download brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Bible verses and audit trail 'behind' the worksheet is at brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

File Name: 2ThessMeter1.avi, 3/08/15.


Thessalonians (2nd) Meter, 2/3

Part 2 of 3, continuing on how Paul piggybacks on his own 1 Thess meter with 2 Thess. More proof of how DELIBERATELY this meter works, thereby also proving critics wrong, for a) your Bible really does have God's Word in it, and b) WHAT Paul meant by what he wrote, even to the point of opportunistically using the GREETING to telegraph the doctrinal content of his letter. Heh.

Video emphasis continues on HOW you do this meter sleuthing, so you too can do it on any Bible passage you like. And if you like, you can tell me if you found something, find I made an error, etc. :)

Link: brainout.net/2ThessDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, which you can freely download here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

Magnificat, is a whole vimeo channel, walking you through the Greek (and metered translation), awesome thing, shocks me utterly: GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time . The doc you'll see onscreen is linked there, but you can click to download, here: brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2R.pdf (or doc, if you've Bibleworks fonts).

For the Bible's own timeline, undiluted and not folding in any other ideas or sources -- for that's why all our Bible timelines are messed up, people are not SOLELY using Bible -- download brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Bible verses and audit trail 'behind' the worksheet is at brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

File Name: 2ThessMeter2.avi, 3/08/15.


Thessalonians (2nd) Meter, 3/3

Part 3 of 3, conclusion on how Paul piggybacks on his own 1 Thess meter with 2 Thess. More proof of how DELIBERATELY this meter works, thereby also proving critics wrong, for a) your Bible really does have God's Word in it, and b) WHAT Paul meant by what he wrote, even to the point of opportunistically using the GREETING to telegraph the doctrinal content of his letter. Heh.

Link: brainout.net/2ThessDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, which you can freely download here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

Magnificat, is a whole vimeo channel, walking you through the Greek (and metered translation), awesome thing, shocks me utterly: GGS11s Magnificat Meter of Time . The doc you'll see onscreen is linked there, but you can click to download, here: brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2R.pdf (or doc, if you've Bibleworks fonts).

For the Bible's own timeline, undiluted and not folding in any other ideas or sources -- for that's why all our Bible timelines are messed up, people are not SOLELY using Bible -- download brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Bible verses and audit trail 'behind' the worksheet is at brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

File Name: 2ThessMeter3END.avi, 3/10/15.


1 Corinthians Dateline Meter 2 , CORRECTED METER

Correcting dateline meter on 1 Cor from '91' to '105' and why. 2 Cor's meter was unaffected, but had to change the explanation for both docs.

Download doc here: brainout.net/1CorDatelineMeter.pdf or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, which you can download here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html . For 2 Cor, it's brainout.net/2CorDatelineMeter.pdf

File Name: 1CorFix1-2.avi 3/22/15 concatenated from 1CorFix1 and 2 on 3/21/15.


Romans Meter Sleuthing 1/3

This time, I show how I calculate the meter: here, for Romans. This video starts out with the raw text, formatted but not yet tested for meter. It goes through three (or more, I forget) different putative meter patterns, none of which turn out to be right. So it's useful for seeing the meter methodology process. If you're not interested in that, don't watch.

Part 2 will end up with the right meter, and Part 3 will go through its meaning.

Link: brainout.net/RomansDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, obtainable free here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

File Name: RomansSleuthing123.avi 3/13/15.


Romans Meter Sleuthing 2/3

Part 1 had started with the raw text, formatted but not yet tested for meter. It went through three putative meter patterns. This Part 2 ends up with the right meter, and Part 3 will go through its meaning.

Link: brainout.net/RomansDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, obtainable free here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

File Name: RomansSleuthing4.avi 3/11/15.


Romans Meter Sleuthing 3/3

Part 1 had started with the raw text, formatted but not yet tested for meter. It went through three putative meter patterns. Part 2 ended up with the right meter. This Part 3 goes through its meaning at 21:50 and following; prior, topic was how Romans 1:5 is horribly mistranslated in all the English Bibles I had.

Link: brainout.net/RomansDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, obtainable free here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

File Name: RomansSleuthing5and6.avi 3/13/15.


Romans Meter Precedent, Yes!

Though my previous videos on Romans Meter weren't exactly 'wrong' (starting here: vimeo.com/brainout/romansmeter1 ), the vids weren't right enough. Turns out Romans, not Acts, is the precedent for the 'I write you' sotto-voce meter style John uses. So this video recaps it. You'll need to download the doc again, brainout.net/RomansDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, obtainable free here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

File Name: RomansPrecedent123.avi 3/24/15.


Jim24 Luke1's dateline meter

Now we get into Luke's meter, proper. This video presents the overview on WHY Luke wrote when he did, and introduces the PREAMBLE meter. Later videos will have different conclusions. The latest version of Luke's meter, which posits a very contradictory origin, is in brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The point of the video here, though, is to go through the PROCESS of vetting meter, so you can see some of the variables involved.

The Tiberius issue is explained in brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeter.htm#C . By their own AD accounting (which Luke uses, hence the four-syllable difference in Mary's meter, starting at syllable 175), it would be 29AD for ministry start, and 33 AD for death, since they use HIS AGE as their 'AD'. For us, the 'year' of Him being 29 or 33, is four years earlier, because of our BC/AD changes made by Dionysius Exiguus.

Which means, Luke expects his audience to have memorized that meter and make the associations (else his outline wouldn't resonate with them)! Really clever, really bald, really shocking proof of Luke's Gospel import and outline, which scholars have puzzled over .. for centuries!

James' meter, reflects all that, especially the yet-future demise of Israel due to Bar Kochba. Which was the flipside of history, when Christ was rejected.

Why this wry number play? 'Issue was, would the original '50' pre-Church play, or is it the '40' for the takedown of the Temple by the MILITARY of the invading 'prince'? Especially, since there's now an extra '7' Hanging Chad of Time, since the Last David was killed at age 33, though slated to be 40? So the 69th week now has to play, too. Same '14' problem, just as predicted since Psalm 90's meter...

Preview of coming contractions: brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The videos on this begin here at Episode 24, but the pdf is VERY much changed versus what you see in video. For Luke's meter is in TWO parts: his at-the-time-written dateline, is in verses 1:5-7; but he sent a COPY to Theophilus years later, and that 'cover letter' (verses 1-4) has its own meter.

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

Other Associated links for this journey:
Prophetic value of Priestly course names: brainout.net/PassPlot.htm#1Chron24 . Pay close attention to the prophetic 'themes' for Sivan (when John born) and Chislev (when Lord born).

brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2.doc (or 'pdf', for the pdf copy), Mary's Meter structure. You need the free BibleWorks fonts for the doc, bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

brainout.net/MagnificatCalendar.xls showing the countdown from Antiochus IV and Chanukah, which Mary 'maps'. Column F is yet incomplete. Dates are shown in 'our' errant BC/AD system, as well as in Roman AUC calendar, which I suspect Mary and Paul use. Still testing that idea.

brainout.net/Psalm90inHebrew.doc (or 'pdf', for the pdf version), page 8, on Psalm 90 sevened-meter structure. For the doc, you also need BibleWorks fonts.

brainout.net/DAN9V4-19HebOnePagerPARSED.RTF (or 'pdf') , Daniel 9:4-19's meter structure, 'ChronoChart' section. For the rtf, you also need BibleWorks fonts.

That rtf(pdf) also has extensive notes on his king-mapping with ties to the Chronicles and Kings verses he references.
brainout.net/Isa53Map.pdf Isaiah 53's meter map structure.
brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls Map of Time from Adam forward, so you can better tie real time to Psalm 90's meter map.

brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc (or htm) on Ephesians 1 (Pages 2-3 summarize God's Doctrine of Time, pp.4-5 contain all links to all related videos, Word docs and webpages on both the meter and the Doctrine of Time in Bible.) For the doc (or htm), you also need BibleWorks fonts. The pdf is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf .

File Name: Jim24Luke1MeterStart.avi, 1/21/14.


Philemon Meter

This book was written just before Paul got out of jail, as you'll see from the text (verse 18-22). So when was that? The meter tells you, and bluntly: when the Lord was 63 years old. See: they had their own Anno Domini, and it's recorded predictably, but in the meter.

At this point, videos have been posted on all NT dateline meters, so you can see a commonality of formula and especially, the Bible's own Anno Domini which just happens 'yeah right' to correspond to our own. The dateline meter style is panoramically charted for easy big-picture reference, in the first two pages of brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeter.pdf , which also has a comprehensive list of all docs, videos and webpages related to How God Orchestrates Time, that I've done over the past 10+ years. That link is also in the one below.

Link: brainout.net/PhilemonDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, obtainable free here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

File Name: PhilemonMeter1.avi, 3/13/15.


Acts Dateline Meter Revisited 3/4

3rd of 4 videos on the Meter in Acts. The first two videos were methodology sleuthing and explanation; this and the next video presents the 'right' answer. Because, the wrong answers never balance to Bible. And when you find the right answer, it fits beautifully, throughout. For Bible, is self-auditing.

Doc Link: brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc. As usual, for doc you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html

File Name: ActsRev4-5.avi, 3/15/15, concatenated from Rev4 and Rev 5 made 2/23/15.


Acts Dateline Meter Revisited 4/4

4th of 4 videos on the Dateline Meter in Acts. The first two videos were methodology sleuthing and explanation; this video completes the 'right' answer, with stress on the way the meter deliberately sets the theme of the Book of Appalling Acts of the Awful Apostles. For Luke meters it negatively, to immediate apostasy as bad as Temple Down in Daniel (the 49), followed by 105, usurping Herod granted power by usurping Rome over Israel; in between, the other numbers are factual benchmarks, with 64=4164, when Luke wrote the Gospel (since Acts picks up where his Gospel ended, four years later), and 82 and 89, referring to the very same activity he'll be recording in the Book of Acts, but back then, by pagans: the First Triumvirate.

Idea that Christians will woo and war with each other, just as Pompey, Crassus, and Caesar had done. That Christians will usurp power over other Christians to stand between the believer and Bible, to play God and block God's Word.. just as Herod was placed over Jerusalem by SPQR.

So it's not a pretty theme, and anyone with half a brain can tell the 'Acts' are keystone cops. Funny, if not so tragic. Luke tagged Paul for the fuller answer, which you can watch syllable by year, in GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History or just read the doc online, brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm if you have Bibleworks fonts (link below). If not, use brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf, which is a copy. Really embarrassing ACTS, ever since Christ died!

The wrong answers never balance to Bible. And that's what happened in Acts: everyone including even Paul, goes off-Bible and into the tullies. (Link to one guy's search on etymology of 'tullies': funnyguyontheprowl.blogspot.com/2008/04/740-isle-of-thule.html )

Doc Link: brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc. As usual, for doc you need Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html

File Name: ActsRev6.avi, 3/17/15.


Titus Meter

If you don't believe in Trinity, don't watch this BIBLE VIDEO DEMONSTRATING TRINITY METER. Heh. I've never seen so much emphasis on Trinity in a metered passage, as here. Not sure why Paul did it that way, but as you'll see, it's clear that the meter is intended. Which means, you have intentional SCRIPTURE. Which means, our copies are good. Which means, God yes preserved His Word. Each God: Father, Son, Spirit. Triple-heh. It's a little too cute that the addressee in this letter has the same name as a future Emperor whose dad, also a future Emperor, has just been dispatched to Jerusalem...

Titus is the last letter Paul wrote before he was jailed again, and it comes out the very moment or shortly before, when Nero orders Vespasian to go to Jerusalem and quell the rebellion that Florus' taking money from the Temple, had provoked. So here we see prophetical warning about how this event (which maybe wasn't yet known, but would be within weeks of Paul's writing, or was already newly known) -- we see how Paul's METER telecasts the 'position' of the event, tagging his own prophecy of it, back in Ephesians.

For here again we see the Bible's own way of accounting Anno Domini, as bald as we saw in the other Pauline books. Every Pauline book uses His Age at x (and at least one will be a formula based on his Actual or originally-planned birth year). So it's real easy to know when a Bible book was written: just count the syllables. As you'll see again here. It's a no-brainer.

Link: brainout.net/TitusDatelineMeter.pdf (or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, which you can freely download here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

The Ephesians meter is relevant, so here's the channel for it: GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . Look at the meter for syllables=AD years 66 and following. If you'd rather just see them in an htm, look at 66-73 here: brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#y47to56 .

File Name: TitusMeter1and2.avi, 3/13/15.


RFG5e2-1a Peter's METERED! Update

Turns out Peter's using the same 'I write you' style as Acts, with each CLAUSE's meter, whether sevened or not, being used in a kind of sotto-voce causal date linkage, with one of the clause numbers, being the year he writes. Aha. Sorry I missed this earlier, I'd not seen the style when first making the earlier videos in 2013.

Revised doc has a new title, brainout.net/1PeterMeter.pdf or doc . You need Bibleworks fonts for the doc, freely downloadable here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

File Name: 1PetFix1234.avi 3/22/15.


Jude 6a/6b and 2 Peter's REVISED Meter

Jude Part 6 is subdivided into two parts: this one is a better explanation of 2 Peter's meter versus the prior video, showing how he actually uses ADAMIC YEAR NUMBERS in his meter. Which pattern, Jude tags PER CLAUSE. But Jude doesn't use Adamic year numbers; yet, he expects you to know Peter did, to make puns on Peter's formulas, which Jude actually duplicates. To see Part 6b, click here: vimeo.com/brainout/jude6b

Again, this is clear evidence that the meter is deliberate. I couldn't make this up even if I wanted to. Heck, I didn't even understand it, until redoing the math several times! So if anyone claims the Bible is corrupted or we don't have the original words the writers wrote, or that Bible was written much later.. guess again! The naysayers always prove themselves incompetent, for even a dippy 'brainout' can count syllables and see the provably-Divine, pattern!

Doc Links: if you have Bibleworks fonts (freely downloadable at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ) you can substitute 'pdf' with 'doc' and edit the (MS Word) docs.

2 Peter: EXPLANATION REVISED, brainout.net/2PeterMeterR2.pdf . The doc still has the old title of 2PeterMeter.doc, but has all the latest revisions, and is the 'original' from which the pdf was made. Text after page 1 still needs more editing for consistency.

Jude: brainout.net/Jude1-3DatelineMeter.pdf . Text after page 2 needs to be edited.

File Name: JudePart6Aon2Peter.avi, 3/17/15.


Jude 6b/6b Dateline Meter 'answer'

This Part 6b 'answers' the meter question, 'when was Jude written?' You'll need to first watch Part 6a to see 2 Peter's meter, which Jude apes: vimeo.com/brainout/jude6a . Else, the 'answer'here, won't make much sense.

Since this book is so misused by the denominations (ALL of them), the meter is of unusual hermeneutical value. Time we got back to the BIBLE and stopped treating it like a political football.

Doc link: brainout.net/Jude1-3DatelineMeter.pdf or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html . Text after page 2 still needs editing for consistency.

For 2 Peter: EXPLANATION REVISED, brainout.net/2PeterMeterR2.pdf . The doc still has the old title of 2PeterMeter.doc, but has all the latest revisions, and is the 'original' from which the pdf was made. Text after page 1 still needs editing for consistency.

File Name: JudePart6B.avi, redone 3/17/15


RFG6c Revised Hebrews Dateline Meter

Revised Book of Hebrews dateline meter. The ending 133 meter is still the same, but I screwed up the interim parsing when initially done, because back then I didn't recognize the cadence. So this video introduces the corrections, with explanations re variants and parsing methodology.

Revised doc still has the same name, and presently doesn't have any commentary, is only the text shown in video, brainout.net/Heb1v1-4.doc and brainout.net/Heb1v1-4.pdf . You need to download (the free) Bibleworks fonts to read the Greek, bibleworks.com/fonts.html . Thus you can reparse it as you please, with less effort.

Later videos will go through the significance of the meters, and the doc will contain that explanation too. For now, I just introduce some of the connections, not much explaining WHY I know the writer (CLEARLY NOT PAUL) wrote in late 69 or early 70 AD. The Temple was taken down in the final assault which began on Passover and ended on 9th Av, by Titus; this was written before that final assault began, at least by several months, probably the prior fall, so there would be enough time for the letter to circulate. This same close warning was done by Ezekiel for the Diaspora Jews, see his book. And also by Jeremiah, see Jeremiah and Lamentations. So the writer of Hebrews is playing the same God-given role as those two OT prophets.

Vespasian was sent to Jerusalem around 67 AD, so the armies had been surrounding Jerusalem for quite some time before the assault began. They were trying to negotiate a truce with the Jews, to keep Judea a commercial success, and keep invasion costs down. It didn't pan out. You can read Josephus on that, but be aware that Josephus is very bad at numbers: almost all his Bible numbers are perpetually wrong. So use his dates for anything else, also with caution.

File Name: HebDatelineMeterRevPt1.avi, 3/22/14.


RFG6d Hebrews' Dateline uses Temple Fall as Mid Trib analogy

Numeric puns on 'middle'. John will do the same thing in his meter, clearly getting his pattern from Hebrews. So what's the deal with 'middle'? Daniel 9:27. The idea was, everyone expected the Temple to go down, Daniel 9:26, but due to Church, also expected that to herald the Tribulation's beginning. So downfall=desecration, hence a kind of pun about middle dates. So, the writer of Hebrews (not Paul, he was dead, Hebrews 13:23) uses a dateline which is 21 years from latest mid-Trib on the timeline pre-Church, dated also when the Lord's age was in the 'middle' of Age 70 and 77. All three dates: 70, 73, 77.. were plotted as what-if-Raptures by Paul in Ephesians 1:3-14.

Only this time, the Lord being 73: the Temple really does go down. Our year? 70AD. Get the pun?

Revised doc still has the same name as before, but now with commentary on the numbers covered in the video: brainout.net/Heb1v1-4.doc and brainout.net/Heb1v1-4.pdf . You need to download (the free) Bibleworks fonts to read the doc's Greek, bibleworks.com/fonts.html . Thus you can reparse it as you please, with less effort.

For John, documents below were again revised on 3/08/14. Here are their links:

brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.doc or
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.htm (Greek or tabs won't be aligned, in some browsers) or
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.pdf . All the other links to the other docs, including Ephesians, are in these links.

For the first two links, you'll need to freely download Bibleworks fonts, as I've not yet learned how to use their Unicode conversions.

File Name: RFG6d.avi, 4/12/14.


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:

brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.doc
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.htm (Greek or tabs won't be aligned, in some browsers)
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.pdf

For the first two links, you'll need to freely download Bibleworks fonts, as I've not yet learned how to use their Unicode conversions. Fonts are here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

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.


JM18 Revelation Meter, Revised

Now we get into John's Revelation Meter. VERY revised, playing on Noah's year in Das Boot, Temple's 'year' of 364 years standing which Isaiah left in ellipsis between Isa53:10-11, Daniel 9's play on that same Year, Paul's play on the Year of Church -- ALL of them referencing the same 364 precendented in Noah, which I tried to piece together here: Noahic Flood Precedence for God's Orchestration of Time . Still working on all these ideas and how Bible writers actually use them; but at least here in Rev's meter, you can see the ties are deliberate.

Documents below were updated 3/08/14. Here are their links:

brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.doc
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.htm (Greek or tabs won't be aligned, in some browsers)
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.pdf

For the first two links, you'll need to freely download Bibleworks fonts, as I've not yet learned how to use their Unicode conversions. Fonts are here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

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: JM18RevRevised1.avi, 3/5/14.


JM19 Revelation Meter Revised, cont.

Still on John's revised Revelation Meter, now getting into the submeters, to show how John plays on Noah's year in Das Boot, Temple's 'year' of 364 years standing which Isaiah left in ellipsis between Isa53:10-11, Daniel 9's play on that same Year, Paul's play on the Year of Church -- ALL of them referencing the same 364 precendented in Noah, which I tried to piece together here: Noahic Flood Precedence for God's Orchestration of Time . Still working on all these ideas and how Bible writers actually use them; but at least here in Rev's meter, you can see the ties are deliberate.

Documents below were updated 3/08/14. Here are their links:

brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.doc
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.htm (Greek or tabs won't be aligned, in some browsers)
brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeters.pdf

For the first two links, you'll need to freely download Bibleworks fonts, as I've not yet learned how to use their Unicode conversions. Fonts are here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

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: JM19RevRevised2.avi, 3/5/14.


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 brainout.net/RomansDatelineMeter.pdf or 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, brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf aka Ephesians1REPARSED.doc (or 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 brainout.net/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 brainout.net/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.


Genesis 1 Meter (Remix 3/31/15)

REMIX, DATELINES CHANGED. Genesis 1 meter, real shocker. Genesis proves the provenance of the 364, 560 and most importantly, the 1050 BASE UNIT giving rise to the "Millennium" doctrine. Genesis sets doctrinal precedence pan-Bible, as hopefully everyone knows, so this is very strong proof. Download the pdf here, brainout.net/Genesis1Meter.pdf (or doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here, bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

Related material which now has much more relevance.

How God Orchestrates Time channel: How God Orchestrates Time

Psalm 90 channel: Psalm 90 Meter of Time (Precedent for Bible Hebrew Meter)

Genesis channel (skip first episode unless you want to see me act like Tom Baker and poorly; worksheet help begins in Episode 8c1): Genesis Time Doctrines (Exegetical Proof)

Worksheet on How God Orchestrates time using ONLY Bible, solar years, easily proven IN Bible and frankly, history: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Verses used to compile it with full audit trail, brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

File Name: Gen1Meter1-2.avi, 3/31/15 replacing prior video from 3/26.


Genesis 1 Meter Epi 2: TIE TO ABRAHAM (and hence to 1050)

How Genesis 1 metrically ties to Abraham, a real smoking gun killing all preterism, Replacement theology, non-millennialisms and especially, those who deny pre-Trib Rapture. For the Rapture is designed to RETURN TO the original schedule which starts with, Abram.

To show this, Genesis 1 'times' its meter to begin the sixth day Decree at syllable 766, to 'tag' Abraham. The math is exquisite,just like all the other meter math, especially Daniel 9's -- which this video covers. The pdf/doc already shows it, so you can just skip the video, read the doc instead. Proves again the provenance of the 364, 560 and most importantly, the 1050 BASE UNIT giving rise to the "Millennium" doctrine, since God 'balances' Time due to Abraham's maturation. Genesis sets doctrinal precedence pan-Bible, as hopefully everyone knows, so this is very strong proof. Download the pdf here, brainout.net/Genesis1Meter.pdf (or doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here, bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

Related material which now has much more relevance.

How God Orchestrates Time channel: How God Orchestrates Time
Time Distance Chart, so you can see how Bible 'times' its events relative to each other: brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#TimeDistance (same section is in the pdf or doc versions).

Psalm 90 channel: Psalm 90 Meter of Time (Precedent for Bible Hebrew Meter)

Genesis channel (skip first episode unless you want to see me act like Tom Baker and poorly; worksheet help begins in Episode 8c1): Genesis Time Doctrines (Exegetical Proof)

Worksheet on How God Orchestrates time using ONLY Bible, solar years, easily proven IN Bible and frankly, history: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Verses used to compile it with full audit trail, brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi2.avi, 4/2/15.


Genesis 1 Meter Epi 3: How Old Earth?

Does the Genesis 1 Meter tell us how old Earth is, or how long Adam existed PRIOR TO his fall? Well, to prove that, two steps are required:

a) Meter counting methodology must be the right one, and
b) Scripture elsewhere must expressly reference the age of Earth or Adam PRE Fall, in its text. Genesis 1 does not provide that support. Nor does Genesis 5, since it starts with Adam's fall: days not numbered until Genesis 3:17, and Hebrew joke in Gen 3:22 calls Adam 'born' (birthing preposition min = out from away from separate from).. when he fell. So for Adam in Genesis 5, the '130' is his years AFTER his fall, not his actual age. Maybe it's metered, I didn't check that.

Without b), then a) is useless. However, in this video's last half, I'll go through a). The first half is the METHODOLOGY you follow, which all the other Bible meters use -- maybe because Genesis 1 is precedenting. For example, NT Romans, Acts, and all John's stuff use the same meter methodology as you'll see me use here. So you know how to do it, in case Genesis 1 or some other passage meters the age (ideally, with a smoking gun b) textual support) of either Adam pre-Fall, or of Earth.

Related material which now has much more relevance.
Download the video's doc here, brainout.net/Genesis1Meter.pdf (or doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here, bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

Pattern of equidistant ellipsis is common, but you have to already know the material below, to spot it easily. A quick primer on the pattern, is here (still in draft form): brainout.net/Ps90Isa53Dan9Eph1.pdf

How God Orchestrates Time channel: How God Orchestrates Time

Time Distance Chart, so you can see how Bible 'times' its events relative to each other: brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#TimeDistance (same section is in the pdf or doc versions).

Psalm 90 channel: Psalm 90 Meter of Time (Precedent for Bible Hebrew Meter)

Genesis channel (skip first episode unless you want to see me act like Tom Baker and poorly; worksheet help begins in Episode 8c1): Genesis Time Doctrines (Exegetical Proof)

Worksheet on How God Orchestrates time using ONLY Bible, solar years, easily proven IN Bible and frankly, history: brainout.net/GeneYrs.xls . Verses used to compile it with full audit trail, brainout.net/brainoutFAQ.htm#6a .

Use of the dateline meter number times seven or times 49 is most simple and flagrant in Magnificat, starting at the 'Chanukah Timeline' link (page 11) here: brainout.net/MagnificatMeterDraft2.pdf . Paul carries that methodology to extremes in his use of 33 sevens, 45 sevens, 78 sevens, and 94 sevens, starting here (pages 127-146 in the pdf): brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#ThirtythreeSevens -- it goes on and on and on, and I'm not done 'mapping' it all, yet. Point is, you can see the style in text more easily parsed, so what is the first Bible book to use it? Likely, Genesis. So the same style, is tested in this video.

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi3.avi, 4/2/15.

Sisyphus