Genesis Time Doctrines (Exegetical Proof)

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).


To play videos in order: channel . Sorting: click on 'Browse This Channel', then 'Videos'. Debate forum: http://brainout.net/frankforum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=115

Channel has two foci: a) Bible NEVER SAYS how old earth is, YES says fauna and flora are to 'evolve' (but not Darwin's flavor), says NO man is not 'evolved', for each human is created directly by God AT BIRTH (so no human life in any womb). Then b) Genesis 5 starts demonstrating the pan-Bible doctrine of How God Orchestrates Time.

For Genesis 1 METER cleverly and satirically interacts with the text to show b) is its main topic -- water being used as the metaphor to link Earth's rebirth, Israel's birth, as ties to the Flood rebirth, and of course your own (breaking water physical birth to getting a spiritual life as rebirth). For, the whole purpose of God DAWDLING to restore the Earth in six literal days, was to teach the concept of 'week'. Meaning, a little bit of Bible today, a little tomorrow and tomorrow 4x until you REST one last day, then start over. Showing incrementals, priority, proportionality. So you can order your own thinking, and thus your life.

Genesis is a very campy, witty book. Made snoozy, in translation. Hence this series and each episode, is patterned after Dr. Who. For God really is the Time Lord, and wants to make us like Him. One Day At A Time.

This playlist is also in Youtube, http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAB5BE9F40D2918FB . Any new videos, however, will only be added to this vimeo channel.

Fireworks picture was taken by a friend of mine on the undernet who calls himself 'JohnRR', and is not copyrighted.


Gen1, Genesis of the Dingbats

This video heads the vimeo 'Genesis, with Exegesis' Channel: Genesis Time Doctrines (Exegetical Proof) . Same playlist is also in Youtube, same name. (The bliptv copy, is now gone.)

Gist: Bible is mistranslated in Genesis 1:2, so Christians don't properly interpret Genesis. That, due to Christians using Bishop Ussher's timeline instead of Bible, to date creation. Bible disagrees with BOTH the creationists and evolutionists -- how embarrassing for us Christians. Bible plainly says the Earth was RESTORED in six LITERAL days, not initially created over that period; 'day' here is EXPLICITLY 24 hours (Hebrew idiom of evening THEN morning can only be literal, as the Hebrew day began at SUNSET) -- not some hallucinated longer period by moderns who have no faith in Bible. Pity we Christians hate God so much we won't even READ what He says.

Secondly, it demonstrates God's Rules for Constructing Time, a doctrine unknown in Christendom which USED to be known in Judaism; the doctrine begins with the begats in Genesis 5. Episode 8 covers that doctrine.

For those of you who saw this series in bliptv, they disabled the players; you can now only view the series via Youtube players or directly here in vimeo. So my chatty insistence (beginning at 2:55) that you look at the Youtube or blip video description's 'download links', are now outdated.

3-page Word.doc summarizing video series content: brainout.net/TimeTravelinGenesisVidSummary.doc

Off-Youtube, view and original videos:
brainout.net/SatStrat2.htm#GenesisVids . You can download them here in vimeo; or if you want the original file (named at the end of each video description), let me know and I'll upload it to my domain for your anonymous download.

Larger context of satanic messing with Bible teaching and translation: brainout.net/SatTacExamp.htm#BibleTrans

Upload File Name: GenesisDingbats.wmv, 8/25/08.


Gen2, Time Begins

Genesis 1:1 exegesis. Here we'll begin to see proof that the typical Christian kant about the universe being created in six days, is NOT what Genesis says, in Hebrew. Ooops. Embarrassing, how obviously we don't do our homework in Bible we allege to believe.

File name: Genesis1v1.avi, 8/25/08.


Gen3, Earth RESTORED

Inspired Hebrew and Greek of Bible says EARTH (not the universe) was RESTORED (not initially created) in six literal (not figurative) days. So EXISTING MATERIAL is restored; that's why vegetation etc. pre-exists the lights -- the earth was TRASHED = 'tohu wa bohu' (Hebrew) in Genesis 1:2. Episode 4 will take you through all the 'tohu wa bohu' verses in Bible so you'll see for yourself, it means TRASHED. So Genesis 1:2 et seq. depicts a literal restoration, but the deeper meaning reflects what the Holy Spirit does to you at salvation. That's why Genesis (a GREEK word) = the Origin of THE MAN, Christ -- Who restores us from our trashed up state of sin, forever!

So anyone claiming a literal six-day creation, won't read Bible; it's a RESTORATION. How long the initial creation took, is NOT stated in Bible. Probably He did it all in one day (Job 38:4-7), but who knows.

Anyone claiming the six days aren't literal, won't do his homework on Hebrew idiom ('evening then morning' is Hebrew idiom for 24 hours, never means anything else). Sad how we Christians lie against the Word, huh.

Note: this 8/2008 video (originally in three subparts) was transferred to Youtube and vimeo from my bliptv account, same Episode number.

File Name: GenEpi3-1v2abc.avi, 2/10/11, made from originals a,b,c 8/25/08.


Gen3a, Earth RESTORED, Addendum

More on how Genesis 1:7 says the Holy Spirit restored Earth's atmosphere. Sadly it's fuzzed over in translation, but the lexicographers know its meaning (i.e., TWOT lexicon for raq'ia). So in this short video I talk (ramble?) about the implications of that, in light of Bible's disclosure of Angelic Conflict and what 'science' we have.

3-page Word.doc summarizing video series content: brainout.net/TimeTravelinGenesisVidSummary.doc

File Name: Genesis Epi3 Addendum.wmv, 9/1/08.


Gen4a, 'tohu wa bohu' verses

Here we see pan-Bible, how Genesis 1:2's 'tohu wa bohu' means 'chaos and wasteland', as Bible translators well know (and my pastor taught this for 53 years); but due to political correctness, they won't FIX Genesis 1:2's KJV mistranslation! Only the NIV was brave enough to even make a footnote!

So this video is long and technical. Episode 4b will show the ultimate proof, in Isaiah 45. Really sad, how much Christians hate God and His Word!

Note: this 2008 video is transferred from my bliptv account to Youtube and vimeo. Vimeo view/download, vimeo.com/brainout/genesisexegepi4a .

If you want the original, let me know and I'll upload it to brainout.net. File Name: GenEpi4aReMix.avi, 2/10/11, made from original 4a folder 8/26-9/06/08.


Gen4b, Isaiah 45 proves Earth RESTORED

This climactic (and shorter) video demonstrates from both Isaiah 45 and Jeremiah 4 that Genesis 1:2 and following are about Earth's RESTORATION, NOT its initial creation. Christ flat SAYS so in Isaiah 45. So anyone claiming an initial six-day (literal or not) creation is either a) ignorant of Bible, or b) a liar. Take your pick!

Really embarrassing, how Christians hate God and His Word, never even bothering to RESEARCH what they claim of either One!

File Name: GenEpi4bRemixIsa45Add1-2.avi, 2/10/11, made from original Epi4 folder, 8/26/-9/06/08.


Gen5, Evolution of the Dingbats

Here, pondering the sad implications of how for centuries, Bible has been misrepresented in pulpits, seminaries.. and why it keeps going on.

File Name: Gen5ab.avi, 11/13/13, made from original Epi5 folder 8/26/08.


Gen6, Genesis of the Restoration

Episode Gen6 is on Genesis 1:3's exegesis, with a sidetrip into Matthew 4:3, to show God just SPEAKS (wills) a thing into existence, tying back to Genesis 1:1's FINISHED initial creation. So the RESTORATION has the same characteristic, and the story is thus humorous, because God only does one little thing per 'day' as if it tired Him out (sigh, 'Oy Vey!' here) -- to teach us His Policy about TIME. Very witty.

Other Hebrew and Greek geek items are covered along the way. Amazing how fast, fun and easy Bible is to learn if you just see it as GOD wrote it -- relevant, in context, memorable, meaningful! When you were a kid, you learned by hearing words ASSOCIATED with the things they depicted. You didn't learn dry rules apart from the context. Sure, later in school you learned that rules existed, but by then it was FUN to learn WHY the words worked the way they did. But at first, you just learned what the words were, in a context that interested you.

So, then: what can be more interesting than REAL Bible? Rather than that snoozy, fuzzy, usually-boring-and-anthropocentric-mistranslated ENGLISH, oy vey!

File Name: GenEpi6abcRemix.avi, 2/11/11, from Epi6 folder, 8/29/08.


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.


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4a: Sleuthing Style

>For Masochists Only. Sleuthing video on the rhetorical meter style. Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results.

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: Gen1MeterEpi4abBetter.avi 4/14/15 made from 4/12 'Better' vid segments.


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4b: Sleuthing, cont.

For Masochists Only. Sleuthing video on the rhetorical meter style, cont. Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results.

Searching for the 'metaphorical framework' represented by the meter's interaction with the text. Here it becomes clear that the VOTING 70 is a key. But to what? I don't know. So the video comes up with no conclusion, and again only a masochist would want to watch it. Yet I must document the process, so you see it's not random or magical. God TEACHES the brain how to think via the sleuthing, so although you do need HIS answers, He only gives you some of the answer at a time; or, gives you the whole answer and like a geometry teacher, expects you to prove why the answer is true.

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: Gen1MeterEpi4cdefBetter.avi 4/14/15 made from 4/12 'Better' vid segments.


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4c: Corrected DATELINES

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Turns out Moses writes Genesis 1 the same year as Psalm 90, which is the year before he dies. That change, has a dramatic effect on how to read the meter throughout. Video's other meter numbers are somewhat changed later on (though the sevenings per 'day' remain the same). It was a question of WHAT the 63 and 119 referenced. Here we'll see how the sleuthing gave rise to understanding the correction.

It gets kinda dramatic in future episodes as a result, though the painstaking process of evaluation, remains ipse boring. Becomes clear that Moses is drawing a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial RESTORATION of the world for man's occupation. Quite a different emphasis from the shallow and generally incompetent 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling of the chapter. Meter helps you see how much we've been missing, so its drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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: Gen1MeterEpi4c.avi, 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4d: 'Sevens' Redux

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Now we review the other sevened meters in light of the corrected datelines. You can skip this video if you want, and instead download the NEWLY REVISED doc (link below). I didn't yet update the 'Meter Import' section, and won't for some weeks. First, the methodology must be firmed up, and that process begins here.

Meter numbers are somewhat changed versus this video. The sleuthing is still useful as a methodology demonstration. This video begins FIVE HYPOTHESES as to the way Moses wants the reader to account the sevens as a timeline. The meter will end up being changed as a result, but here I am just learning and stating the hypotheses as they occur to me while looking at the meter.

Heads-up: a version of the first hypothesis ends up the right one, and this video covers the first two hypotheses. However, the right version of the 1st, doesn't begin until Episode 4g. So unless you're a glutton for methodology, skip the videos until 4g. (I must document the sleuthing process, but you needn't watch it, very boring.)

Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4d.avi, 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4e: 'Sevens' Redux, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Continuing with Hypotheses 3 and 4, ways to test the meter for what style Moses intended; so far only alternatives are posed, no firm answers. Download the NEWLY REVISED doc (link below), which won't look like the video because I've made many changes which only show in future videos. The answer comes in the future videos, not yet here.

The sleuthing is still useful as a methodology demonstration. Heads-up: the 'fifth' hypothesis is a version of the first and seems to be the right one; and this video covers the 3rd and 4th hypotheses. However, the right version of the 1st, doesn't begin until Episode 4g. So unless you're a glutton for methodology, skip the videos until 4g. (I must document the sleuthing process, but you needn't watch it, very boring.)

Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4e.avi, 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4f: 'Sevens' Redux Review

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Evaluating the implications of Hypotheses 1 through 4, ways to test the meter for what style Moses intended, no firm answers. Download the AGAIN REVISED doc (link below), which won't look like the video: I've made many changes which only show in future videos. The most likely answer comes in the future videos, not yet here.

The sleuthing is still useful as a methodology demonstration. Heads-up: the 'fifth' hypothesis is a version of the first and seems to be the right one, though the others might also be true as well. So unless you're a glutton for methodology, skip the videos until 4g. (I must document the sleuthing process, but you needn't watch it, very boring.)

Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4f1-2.avi, 4/21/15 made from concatenated 4/15/15 videos


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4g: 'Sevens' Hypothesis 5

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Now to Hypothesis 5, a version of 1 yet also the most common meter pattern in Bible: each clause or each sevened clause as YEARS FROM WRITING DATE. Download the AGAIN REVISED doc (link below), which won't yet look like the video: I've made changes which only show in future videos. But the Hypo 5 pattern's sleuthed, starting here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4g1-2.avi, 4/21/15 made from concatenated 4/15/15 videos


Gen 1 Meter Epi 4h: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Now to Hypothesis 5, a version of 1 yet also the most common meter pattern in Bible: each clause or each sevened clause as YEARS FROM WRITING DATE. Download the AGAIN REVISED doc (link below), which won't yet look like the video: I've made changes which only show in future videos. But the Hypo 5 pattern's sleuthed, starting here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4g1-2.avi, 4/21/15 made from concatenated 4/15/15 videos


Gen 1 Meter Epi4i: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on at least one of the meter patterns here in Genesis 1, which is also the most common meter pattern in Bible: each sevened clause as YEARS FROM WRITING DATE. Download the doc (link below), which won't yet look like the video: I've made changes which only show in future videos.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4h.avi, 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4j: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on how each sevened clause tracks to an important YEARS FROM WRITING DATE. Download the doc (link below): starting here, in overview, some changes are explained.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4i.avi, 4/21/15 made from concatenated 4i-1 and 2 of 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4k: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on how each sevened clause tracks to an important YEARS FROM WRITING DATE, here starting with the 'fourth day' again. Download the doc (link below): it has answers to the questions posed here. Again, these are sleuthing videos. The doc is the result of the sleuthing which, at the time of making the videos, I had not fixed.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4j.avi, 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4l: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on how each sevened clause tracks to an important YEARS FROM WRITING DATE, here focusing on fourth and fifth days, again. No answers given, just the sleuthing technique. Download the doc (link below): it has answers to the questions posed here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4k1-3.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from k1 through 3 of 4/15/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4m: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on Moses' style of retrospective exposition using meter: how each sevened clause tracks to an important YEARS FROM WRITING DATE, here returning to sleuth anew: with egg on my face. Really obvious answers to the calculations, I've been missing! Download the doc (link below): it has answers to the questions posed here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4l-1-2.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from l1 - 2 of 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4m: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on Moses' style of retrospective exposition using meter: how each sevened clause tracks to Years From Writing Date, here resleuthing up to 364. Download the doc (link below): it has answers to the questions posed here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4m1-4.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from m1 - 4 of 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4n: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on Moses' style of retrospective exposition using meter: how each sevened clause tracks to Years From Writing Date, here resleuthing 378. Download the doc (link below): it has answers to the questions posed here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4n1-4.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from n1 - 4 of 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4o: 'Sevens' Hypo 5, cont.

Skip to Epi 4t if you just want to see the results. Still elaborating on Moses' style of retrospective exposition using meter: how each sevened clause tracks to Years From Writing Date, here resleuthing 378 and following. Download the doc (link below): it has answers to the questions posed here.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4o.avi, 4/24/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4p: 'Sevened' Paragraphs

Exploring the 'paragraph' meter patterns, to see how Paul's Ephesians 1:3-14 tags Genesis; again sleuthing them, and again the results won't yet show in the video,which merely documents the process. Download the doc (link below) to see the results, which keep on changing through Epi4s.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4p.avi, 4/24/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4q: 'Sevened' Paragraphs, cont.

Still exploring the 'paragraph' meter patterns, to see how Paul's Ephesians 1:3-14 tags Genesis; again sleuthing them, and again the results won't yet show in the video,which merely documents the process. Download the doc (link below) to see the results, which keep on changing through Epi4s.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4q.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from q1 and 2 of 4/16/15


Gen 1 Meter Epi4r: 'Sevened' Paragraphs, cont.

Still exploring the 'paragraph' meter patterns, to see how Paul's Ephesians 1:3-14 tags Genesis, especially re the 91s; again the results won't yet show in the video, which merely documents the process. Download the doc (link below) to see the results, which keep on changing through Epi4s.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4r.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from r1 and 2 of 4/16/15


Gen 1 Meter Epi4s: 'Sevened' Paragraphs, cont.

Still exploring the 'paragraph' meter patterns, to see how Paul's Ephesians 1:3-14 tags Genesis, especially re the 91s. Then, back to what the meters mean. Download the doc (link below) to see the results. This 4s covers the same results, but they might change later.

Pattern and text intertwine to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4s.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from s1 and 2 of 4/16/15


Gen 1 Meter Epi4t: Hypo 5 Revisited

Now the drama begins: back to Hypo 5, integrating the previous 'sevened paragraphs' data to see the effect on the meters interfacing with the text. It's a lot more integrated than I recognized, and I don't recognize how dramatic it is, while talking. Haha.

Download the doc (link below) to see the results you see in the video. I'm still not finding the theme represented as I should expect, so sleuthing continues. What should result, is the kind of balancing you see in Isaiah 53 and Psalm 90 patterns, I would think: but, what if I'm wrong? Heh.

So revisit focuses now more, on how pattern and text intertwine, to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text; this video ends at Day Two, but then 4u goes to five, which ties back here, so in v Day Two will be revisited. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4t.avi, 4/16/15


Gen 1 Meter Epi4u: Hypo 5 revisit, cont.

Drama next focuses on how pattern and text intertwine in FIFTH DAY to help explain Day Two, to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Day Two will be resumed in 4v.

Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4u1-3.avi, 4/24/15 concatenated from u1-3 of 4/16/15


Gen 1 Meter Epi4v: Hypo 5 revisit, cont.

Revisit now dramatically returns to Day Two thru Four, showing how pattern and text intertwine, to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc .

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4v.avi, 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4w: Hypo 5 revisit, cont.

Revisit dramatically returns to Day Five and Six, on how pattern and text intertwine, to give you the picture on the puzzle box, so you know for sure how to read the text. Once you see the obvious WATER parallels (restoration, Flood, Exodus, human birth), you realize that Moses' use of Genesis is very different from how we incompetent moderns address it. Far from being a creation story, Moses instead uses the RESTORATION of the Earth to draw a tripartite parallel between the Parting of the Reed/Red Sea, Noah in the Boat, and the initial Restoration of the world for man's occupation. Quite different from the generally inept 'Christian' or 'Jewish' handling. Meter helps show what God means, how much we've been missing; so the meter sleuthing drudgery is WORTH THE TIME SPENT!

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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc . To see how Paul parallels then-future Church history, I traced it syllable by year in video (following the doc/pdf/htm): GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . I've not yet gone past the 'Constantine' videos, but you can see the pattern in them starting at GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History , and in the doc/pdf/htm (all copies of each other).

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4w.avi, 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4x: Conclusions

So what are the conclusions, epilogue, implications of this long-winded meter study? Here through Epi 4z, I'll try to state them. No doubt I'll state them badly, so use the ideas as you see fit, to do your own brainstorming. For that's the purpose of this Gen 1 Meter subseries, to facilitate brainstorming, not to force you to any conclusion. Just to show, some methodology.

Conclusions are essentially two-fold: 1) Timeline doctrine, place of Israel in the timeline, and 2) breakpoints of human volition in history which are the reason behind God creating the timeline, so that Time itself can bless man.

Related material:
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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc . To see how Paul parallels then-future Church history, I traced it syllable by year in video (following the doc/pdf/htm): GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . I've not yet gone past the 'Constantine' videos, but you can see the pattern in them starting at GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History , and in the doc/pdf/htm (all copies of each other).

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4x.avi, 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4y: Conclusions, cont.

Conclusions (through 4z) are essentially two-fold: 1) Timeline doctrine, place of Israel in the timeline, and 2) breakpoints of human volition in history which are the reason behind God creating the timeline, so that Time itself can bless man.

Related material:
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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc . To see how Paul parallels then-future Church history, I traced it syllable by year in video (following the doc/pdf/htm): GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . I've not yet gone past the 'Constantine' videos, but you can see the pattern in them starting at GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History , and in the doc/pdf/htm (all copies of each other).

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4y.avi, 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi4z: Conclusions (end)

Conclusions are essentially two-fold: 1) Timeline doctrine, place of Israel in the timeline, and 2) breakpoints of human volition in history which are the reason behind God creating the timeline, so that Time itself can bless man.

Related material:
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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc . To see how Paul parallels then-future Church history, I traced it syllable by year in video (following the doc/pdf/htm): GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . I've not yet gone past the 'Constantine' videos, but you can see the pattern in them starting at GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History , and in the doc/pdf/htm (all copies of each other).

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi4z1-3.avi, 4/24/15, concatenated from z1-3 of 4/16/15.


Gen 1 Meter Epi5a: Critique

I'm not altogether happy with the meter results. Episode 5, therefore, is reserved for critiques. This 5a comments on how I've been missing key '1050' benchmarks the Bible tracks, all these years (since 2004, when I did GeneYrs.xls, link below). So what else is missing? I don't yet know. The missing 1050s are more than I show in this video, so there are missing 490s as well. At least it's easy to prove what might be missing (albeit tedious) -- since we have Bible's own dates and values, thank God!

One other critique mentioned briefly in Episode 4 passim: now I see why Paul uses the 91s in Eph1:3-14's anaphoric meter structure. He's doing a 'new genesis' for Church. Someday, I'll have to revisit Ephesians meter and redo REPARSED to 'connect' Gen 1, but it will be several years before I will know how to do that. All I know now is, that Paul is definitely tagging Gen 1 to show the 'new genesis'. How he's doing that in light of the meter here in Gen1, I don't yet know. The only obvious pattern in common, is the gradual reduction in sub-sevens to a mass period which doesn't seven until the end. In Paul, it's verses 1:12-14 having the lone 91, which maybe he uses to 'tag' the 315 in Gen 1's sixth day, since 315 also tags Noah waiting 50 more days to exit the boat. Will see.

Conclusions remain intact though, essentially two-fold: 1) Timeline doctrine, place of Israel in the timeline, and 2) breakpoints of human volition in history which are the reason behind God creating the timeline, so that Time itself can bless man.

Related material:
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). The Ephesians tag on Genesis is also explored ( brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#Palindromes and brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.htm#PaulChrono ), but I didn't know Paul WAS tagging Genesis at the time I wrote the doc. Doc/pdf Version is brainout.net/Eph1DecreeSyllablesREPARSED.pdf or brainout.net/Ephesians1REPARSED.doc . To see how Paul parallels then-future Church history, I traced it syllable by year in video (following the doc/pdf/htm): GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History . I've not yet gone past the 'Constantine' videos, but you can see the pattern in them starting at GGS11 Paul Maps Future Church History , and in the doc/pdf/htm (all copies of each other).

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!

File Name: Gen1MeterEpi5aCritique.avi, 4/27/15.

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