James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis

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).


Uploads will resume in 2016. On hold for now, to finish other NT Bible books' meter. Eventually, the James 2 Youtube playlist will be put here ( http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB2D36A5F17A7ABB4 ). Meanwhile, it turns out James uses a METERED dateline like all other Bible writers, to inform the reader of his THEME. The 'jim#' videos are all new, and on James' meter, plus on Luke's. For James ties his meter, to Luke. So we know Luke's Gospel was newly disseminated, when James wrote. This comparison is quite distinct from the German analysis (i.e., at http://www.stichometrie.de/geschichte.html ). That analysis, has nothing to do with the Bible's own meter style here shown. For the Bible's own style is demonstrable from the HEBREW, even with Greek words; for the style, goes back to Moses.

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Jim19 James' Meter ties to Luke 1:78-79, cont.

Continued from Jim18, see Jim7 for vid description. Still on Luke's use of '40', tying the 160th Chanukah anniversary birth of Christ to context of Leviticus 12, Zecharias' prophecy which goes 40 years past the Mill. Focus still on Luke 2, this video, showing how Luke's using Zecharias' 84 and 91 meters to choose what he says next, re Simeon and Anna. Which means, he expects his audience to have memorized that meter and make the associations (else his outline wouldn't resonate with them)! Really clever, really bald, really shocking proof of Luke's Gospel import and outline, which scholars have puzzled over .. for centuries!

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

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

Preview of coming contractions: NEW: brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The videos on this won't begin until Episode 24, and the pdf will be VERY much changed versus what you see now. For I just learned Luke's meter is in TWO parts: the pdf here, is REVISED meter for his real at-the-time-written dateline, is in verses 1:5-7; this one, references Matthew's meter.

Meaning is still intact, compared to James. Still, I must delay videos on Luke's Meter until fleshing out the relationship, further.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim19.avi, 1/18/14.


Jim20 James' Meter ties to Luke 1:78-79, cont.

Continued from Jim19, see Jim7 for vid description. Now we see how the REST of Luke's Gospel tracks to the benchmarks in the Magnificat post-Birth. In this video, focus is on Mary's benchmarking the Lord's age 12 -- when both Joseph and she would leave Him behind. So that's the next item in the order of Luke's Gospel! In other words, he's tracking her benchmarks to derive what he says as well as the order of what he says. Wow. Big help to hermeneutics, huh.

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

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

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

Preview of coming contractions: NEW: brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The videos on this won't begin until Episode 24, and the pdf will be VERY much changed versus what you see now. For Luke's meter is in TWO parts: his at-the-time-written dateline, is in verses 1:5-7; but he sent a COPY to Theophilus 7 years later, and that 'cover letter' (verses 1-4) have its own meter.

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim20.avi, 1/18/14.


Jim21 James' Meter ties to Luke 1:78-79, cont.

Continued from Jim20, see Jim7 for vid description. Still on how the REST of Luke's Gospel tracks to the benchmarks in the Magnificat post-Birth. In this video, focus is on Mary's benchmarking the Lord's age 30. So that's the next item in the order of Luke's Gospel! In other words, he's tracking her benchmarks to derive what he says as well as the order of what he says. Wow. Big help to hermeneutics, huh.

By the way, at 8:40 or so I say that the 15th year of Tiberius was 29 AD. In 'our' BC/AD system, which Bible writers didn't use, it's 27 AD. This Tiberius issue is explained in brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeter.htm#C . By their own AD accounting (which Luke uses, hence the four-syllable difference stressed in the video here at 175), it would be 29AD for ministry start, and 33 AD for death, since they use HIS AGE as their 'AD'. For us, the 'year' of Him being 29 or 33, is four years earlier, because of our BC/AD changes made by Dionysius Exiguus.

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

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

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

Preview of coming contractions: NEW: brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The videos on this won't begin until Episode 24, and the pdf will be VERY much changed versus what you see now. For Luke's meter is in TWO parts: his at-the-time-written dateline, is in verses 1:5-7; but he sent a COPY to Theophilus 7 years later, and that 'cover letter' (verses 1-4) has its own meter.

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim21.avi, 1/18/14.


Jim22 James' Meter ties to Luke 1:78-79, cont.

Continued from Jim21, see Jim7 for vid description. Still on how the REST of Luke's Gospel tracks to the benchmarks in the Magnificat post-Birth. In this video, focus is on Mary's benchmarking the Lord's age 30. So that's the next item in the order of Luke's Gospel! In other words, he's tracking her benchmarks to derive what he says as well as the order of what he says. Wow. Big help to hermeneutics, huh.

By the way, at 8:40 or so I say that the 15th year of Tiberius was 29 AD. In 'our' BC/AD system, which Bible writers didn't use, it's 27 AD. This Tiberius issue is explained in brainout.net/JohnDatelineMeter.htm#C . By their own AD accounting (which Luke uses, hence the four-syllable difference stressed in the video here at 175), it would be 29AD for ministry start, and 33 AD for death, since they use HIS AGE as their 'AD'. For us, the 'year' of Him being 29 or 33, is four years earlier, because of our BC/AD changes made by Dionysius Exiguus.

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

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

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

Preview of coming contractions: NEW: brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The videos on this won't begin until Episode 24, and the pdf will be VERY much changed versus what you see now. For Luke's meter is in TWO parts: his at-the-time-written dateline, is in verses 1:5-7; but he sent a COPY to Theophilus 7 years later, and that 'cover letter' (verses 1-4) has its own meter.

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim22.avi, 1/18/14.


Jim23 James' Meter ties to Luke 1:78-79, cont.

Continued from Jim22. Now we come back to why James uses Luke 1:78-79, to craft his own dateline meter. It makes sense to thus argue that James did it that way, to ENDORSE Luke and Paul, given that Paul had just been imprisoned, per James' own dateline. If true as posited, this information would be vital to a) proper dating of the NT books, and b) proper interpretation of James. Again, I'm trying to show something of the value of these dateline meters, to hermeneutics.

Here, the video shows how Luke's own Gospel outline continues all the way to its end, themed upon Zecharias' speech and meter, which was based on Mary's meter; and especially on Luke 1:78-79, which forms the theme for the ending of Luke's Gospel, which 1:78-79, James uses as his meter. Awesome stuff.

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

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

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

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

Preview of coming contractions: NEW: brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The videos on this won't begin until Episode 24, and the pdf will be VERY much changed versus what you see now. For Luke's meter is in TWO parts: his at-the-time-written dateline, is in verses 1:5-7; but he sent a COPY to Theophilus 7 years later, and that 'cover letter' (verses 1-4) has its own meter.

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim23.avi, 1/20/14.


Jim24 Luke1's dateline meter

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

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

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

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

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

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

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Jim25 Luke1's dateline meter, cont.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim25.avi, 1/21/14.


Jim26 Luke1's dateline meter, cont.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim26.avi, 1/21/14.


Jim27 Luke1's dateline meter, cont.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name: Jim27.avi, 1/21/14.


Jim28 Luke1's dateline meter, cont.

End first pass on the Lukan meter. I'll finish doing the meter, later. The latest version of Luke's meter, which posits a very contradictory origin, is in brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf . The point of the video here, though, is to go through the PROCESS of vetting meter, so you can see some of the variables involved.

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

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

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

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

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

Meaning is still intact, compared to James.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

File Name Jim28.avi, from 28a and 28b of 1/21/14.

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