Mark's Gospel Proves Q Scholars Wrong

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).


AD69, Mark wrote his Gospel. Provably. To play these videos in order: channel . Sorting: click on 'Browse This Channel', then 'Videos'.

GIST: Mark's own Gospel text proves he's THIRD. This channel/playlist continues the Youtube Mark series videos after Episode 4e, and contains all Episodes excluding 5 and 6. Those latter two in Youtube, need revision. Youtube playlist is here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL358C20D575D1B580 .

Series progressively shows why a) the 'Q' aka 'Quelle' Gospel claim, is a lie; for b) Bible proves Mark is 3rd Gospel. Synoptics playlist (still unfinished) is in tandem; Mark's 'wrapping' style (here, Episode 3) is there covered in more detail.

To their credit, for centuries 'conventional' Christian scholarship didn't buy into 'Quelle' claims. Yet the vocal bad apples have been around since 1800s; for a few of the (ahem) 'Church Fathers' thought there was some original unknown 'gospel' from which the writers 'copied'! Yeah, the Holy Spirit just couldn't give them the info directly?! In short, they didn't believe in Verbal Plenary Inspiration, the Cornerstone of our claim that the Bible is.. the Word of GOD (Hebrews 4:12, 2Peter1:20, etc). Wow.

Too bad the Quelle people, so hot on cutting-and-pasting together an 'original' Gospel which no Gospel writer ever knew, didn't do their homework on how to read serial literature. Like, the Bible. Ooops.

For even today, if you watch some TV series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, or Grimm; or, if you read any of Dickens' books (which were all serially published per section); or today, 'The Green Mile' by Stephen King; you'd know how each successive 'episode' or 'book' ties BACKWARDS to what went before.

So too, Scripture. Trick is to know WHEN each book was written. You know that in Bible, by two types of text identifiers: 1) a DATELINE in the meter of each book, usually at the beginning, but sometimes in significant chapters, too; and 2) KEYWORDS, quotes, and THEMES of the (usually-latest) books referenced.

Example: if I mentioned Hexenbeist, you wouldn't know what that was, until several episodes into Season One, of 'Grimm'. But after it was introduced, you'd both have a specific idea of the term, and know WHO in the series, was one. Same, for Bible; you'll not see the term 'the Christ' in any OT passage prior to Daniel 7. After Daniel 7, you see much more wordplay; but the phrase is never used again, until the NT. So too, for 'Day' being figurative. It's never figurative in Bible, EXCEPT in the phrase, 'Day of the Lord', which wasn't used until Isaiah (playing off Moses' Psalm 90).

Scholars do know about keywords and thematic ties, but they never think to use those techniques, on the NEW Testament writers quoting each other. Of course, the dippy 'scholars' think the writers borrowed existing material, instead of getting their information (AND how to write it) directly from the Holy Spirit. Yikes!

For scholars know that writers quote prior Bible in their books, yet suddenly are clueless when Mark does that. The shortness of Mark's Gospel is due to the fact a) it's the THIRD one, and b) it's a hurried reminder why God soon (within 18 months) destroys the Temple. It's written in the Year of the 4 Emperors. See Episode 5a and 5b of the 'Royal Family of God' videos for the background.

Scholars also don't know about the meter dateline, because they impose Western standards of poetry meter on Bible text, thereby find nothing; so they conclude Bible has no meter of its own. But everyone in the ancient world memorized Bible and other text by SYLLABLE COUNTS, so it should have been obvious that some kind of ACCOUNTING meter system was used. To demonstrate how that system works, I've compiled playlists; see the 'How God Orchestrates Time' section on my channel pages.

Thus you know there's no such thing as a 'Q' gospel which inept or dishonest 'scholars', promote. 2nd video in this list proves the 'Q' proponents themselves TELL you that Q is a HOAX! Some famous scholars in Christendom, both ancient and modern, endorse this hoax! See: degrees are no guarantee of integrity or competence. Pity the GOOD scholars (they always exist, too) who must contend with the bad! Pray for scholars. Pray on behalf of authority, Romans 13. WE NEED THEM TO BE COMPETENT.


Mark1f Mark's Meter Revised, cont.

Continued from Mark1e. If you're not already familiar with the material, read Mark 1d's video description, for this video continues the same explanation.

Since Mark's meter is precedented on Luke and Matthew's, you'll need to know their meters. Mark directly tags Luke's meter with Mark's '14', and directly tags Matthew's 427 meter with Mark's ending 56, which is also the same as Luke's first meter. However, since by tagging Matthew, Mark effectively directs the reader back to the Temple In Trouble period in the 400's BC, the Matthew tag is first. The double 56 that effectively results from tagging Luke's first meter with Mark's last, evokes the imminent Temple Down for the second Temple, which actually happened on a 56+56 schedule from Passover to 9th Av, in 70 AD. To the Day.

But it had not happened YET, when Mark wrote, so if enough folks VOTED well, it could have been delayed or even stopped. So Mark first tagged Luke's 56 with '14', to 'complete' the 'vote' (into a 70). Thus the reader could readily understand: 427+56 in Matthew, took the reader back to the VOTING PERIOD related to Nehemiah (as backdrop to that book); then could more easily identify with the parallel VOTING PERIOD at the time Mark wrote, while Jerusalem is surrounded by armies. Rehearsal for the actual Tribulation, to illustrate it. With real lives at stake.

Of course, in hindsight we could learn that lesson, too. For the real Tribulation, is yet future.

To see Matthew's meter, and how to know it's provably the first Gospel, even by the dateline meter alone: Matthew is Metered! . Associated pdf, used in those videos: MatthewMeterR.pdf ; or .doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts to read it (not Unicode).

For Luke: James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis , but start with 'Jim7' and then go sequentially. That series is about James' meter, but while doing it I realized he was keying off Luke. Turns out Luke's meter and even his entire gospel outline, is keyed to the meter in the Magnificat. So the 'jim' videos beginning at jim7, go through the Luke meter and outline connection.

Download the Mark Revised doc, showing the 14, 28, 42, 56 meter changes: MarkDatelineMeterR4.pdf . I've NOT yet changed the notes. It will be awhile, before the notes match video content, sorry! A German site presents an intriguing alternative idea of Mark's meter, which is more classical, stichometrie.de/text.html . By contrast, this channel focuses on Bible's OWN meter style, apart from human culture.

For Luke (still being edited, so only the meter shows, no notes): Luke1RevisedMeter.pdf .

File Name: MarkMetered1f.avi, 2/03/14.


Mark1g Mark's Meter Revised, cont.

Continued from Mark1f. Focus here is on how Mark plays on Mary's meter. If you're not already familiar with the material, read Mark 1d's video description, for this video continues the same explanation.

Since Mark's meter is precedented on Luke and Matthew's, you'll need to know their meters. Mark directly tags Luke's meter with Mark's '14', and directly tags Matthew's 427 meter with Mark's ending 56, which is also the same as Luke's first meter. However, since by tagging Matthew, Mark effectively directs the reader back to the Temple In Trouble period in the 400's BC, the Matthew tag is first. The double 56 that effectively results from tagging Luke's first meter with Mark's last, evokes the imminent Temple Down for the second Temple, which actually happened on a 56+56 schedule from Passover to 9th Av, in 70 AD. To the Day.

But it had not happened YET, when Mark wrote, so if enough folks VOTED well, it could have been delayed or even stopped. So Mark first tagged Luke's 56 with '14', to 'complete' the 'vote' (into a 70). Thus the reader could readily understand: 427+56 in Matthew, took the reader back to the VOTING PERIOD related to Nehemiah (as backdrop to that book); then could more easily identify with the parallel VOTING PERIOD at the time Mark wrote, while Jerusalem is surrounded by armies. Rehearsal for the actual Tribulation, to illustrate it. With real lives at stake.

Of course, in hindsight we could learn that lesson, too. For the real Tribulation, is yet future.

To see Matthew's meter, and how to know it's provably the first Gospel, even by the dateline meter alone: Matthew is Metered! . Associated pdf, used in those videos: brainout.net/MatthewMeterR.pdf ; or .doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts to read it (not Unicode).

For Luke: James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis , but start with 'Jim7' and then go sequentially. That series is about James' meter, but while doing it I realized he was keying off Luke. Turns out Luke's meter and even his entire gospel outline, is keyed to the meter in the Magnificat. So the 'jim' videos beginning at jim7, go through the Luke meter and outline connection.

Download the Mark Revised doc, showing the 14, 28, 42, 56 meter changes: brainout.net/MarkDatelineMeterR4.pdf . I've NOT yet changed the notes. It will be awhile, before the notes match video content, sorry! A German site presents an intriguing alternative idea of Mark's meter, which is more classical, stichometrie.de/text.html . By contrast, this channel focuses on Bible's OWN meter style, apart from human culture.

For Luke (still being edited, so only the meter shows, no notes): brainout.net/Luke1RevisedMeter.pdf .

For the Daniel notes read beginning at 17:01, download brainout.net/Dan11Map.pdf, which are notes taken from listening to the 49th lesson of the Daniel series you can freely get from rbthieme.org .

File Name: MarkMetered1g.avi, 2/03/14.


Mark1h Mark's Meter Revised, cont.

Continued from Mark1g. Focus here is on how Mark plays on Mary's meter. If you're not already familiar with the material, read Mark 1d's video description, for this video continues the same explanation.

Since Mark's meter is precedented on Luke and Matthew's, you'll need to know their meters. Mark directly tags Luke's meter with Mark's '14', and directly tags Matthew's 427 meter with Mark's ending 56, which is also the same as Luke's first meter. However, since by tagging Matthew, Mark effectively directs the reader back to the Temple In Trouble period in the 400's BC, the Matthew tag is first. The double 56 that effectively results from tagging Luke's first meter with Mark's last, evokes the imminent Temple Down for the second Temple, which actually happened on a 56+56 schedule from Passover to 9th Av, in 70 AD. To the Day.

But it had not happened YET, when Mark wrote, so if enough folks VOTED well, it could have been delayed or even stopped. So Mark first tagged Luke's 56 with '14', to 'complete' the 'vote' (into a 70). Thus the reader could readily understand: 427+56 in Matthew, took the reader back to the VOTING PERIOD related to Nehemiah (as backdrop to that book); then could more easily identify with the parallel VOTING PERIOD at the time Mark wrote, while Jerusalem is surrounded by armies. Rehearsal for the actual Tribulation, to illustrate it. With real lives at stake.

Of course, in hindsight we could learn that lesson, too. For the real Tribulation, is yet future.

To see Matthew's meter, and how to know it's provably the first Gospel, even by the dateline meter alone: Matthew is Metered! . Associated pdf, used in those videos: brainout.net/MatthewMeterR.pdf ; or .doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts to read it (not Unicode).

For Luke: James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis , but start with 'Jim7' and then go sequentially. That series is about James' meter, but while doing it I realized he was keying off Luke. Turns out Luke's meter and even his entire gospel outline, is keyed to the meter in the Magnificat. So the 'jim' videos beginning at jim7, go through the Luke meter and outline connection.

Download the Mark Revised doc, showing the 14, 28, 42, 56 meter changes: brainout.net/MarkDatelineMeterR4.pdf . I've NOT yet changed the notes. It will be awhile, before the notes match video content, sorry! A German site presents an intriguing alternative idea of Mark's meter, which is more classical, stichometrie.de/text.html . By contrast, this channel focuses on Bible's OWN meter style, apart from human culture.

For Luke (still being edited, so only the meter shows, no notes): brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf .

File Name: MarkMetered1h.avi, 2/03/14.


Mark1i Mark's Meter Revised, cont.

Continued from Mark1h. This video shows how Mark plays on Isaiah 53 and Matthew, all at once.

Since Mark's meter is precedented on Luke and Matthew's, you'll need to know their meters. Mark directly tags Luke's meter with Mark's '14', and directly tags Matthew's 427 meter with Mark's ending 56, which is also the same as Luke's first meter. However, since by tagging Matthew, Mark effectively directs the reader back to the Temple In Trouble period in the 400's BC, the Matthew tag is first. The double 56 that effectively results from tagging Luke's first meter with Mark's last, evokes the imminent Temple Down for the second Temple, which actually happened on a 56+56 schedule from Passover to 9th Av, in 70 AD. To the Day.

But it had not happened YET, when Mark wrote, so if enough folks VOTED well, it could have been delayed or even stopped. So Mark first tagged Luke's 56 with '14', to 'complete' the 'vote' (into a 70). Thus the reader could readily understand: 427+56 in Matthew, took the reader back to the VOTING PERIOD related to Nehemiah (as backdrop to that book); then could more easily identify with the parallel VOTING PERIOD at the time Mark wrote, while Jerusalem is surrounded by armies. Rehearsal for the actual Tribulation, to illustrate it. With real lives at stake.

Of course, in hindsight we could learn that lesson, too. For the real Tribulation, is yet future.

To see Matthew's meter, and how to know it's provably the first Gospel, even by the dateline meter alone: Matthew is Metered! . Associated pdf, used in those videos: brainout.net/MatthewMeterR.pdf ; or .doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts to read it (not Unicode).

For Luke: James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis , but start with 'Jim7' and then go sequentially. That series is about James' meter, but while doing it I realized he was keying off Luke. Turns out Luke's meter and even his entire gospel outline, is keyed to the meter in the Magnificat. So the 'jim' videos beginning at jim7, go through the Luke meter and outline connection.

Download the Mark Revised doc, showing the 14, 28, 42, 56 meter changes: brainout.net/MarkDatelineMeterR4.pdf . I've NOT yet changed the notes. It will be awhile, before the notes match video content, sorry! A German site presents an intriguing alternative idea of Mark's meter, which is more classical, stichometrie.de/text.html . By contrast, this channel focuses on Bible's OWN meter style, apart from human culture.

For Luke (still being edited, so only the meter shows, no notes): brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf .

File Name: MarkMetered1i.avi,2/3/14.


Mark1j Mark's Meter Revised, cont.

Continued from Mark1i. Still on how Mark plays to Isaiah 53 and Matthew, all at once. I need to figure out how to explain and rewrite the Word doc about Mark's meter, in light of the other NT books' meter, like Jude and 2 Timothy, which Mark also plays on.

Since Mark's meter is precedented on Luke and Matthew's, you'll need to know their meters. Mark directly tags Luke's meter with Mark's '14', and directly tags Matthew's 427 meter with Mark's ending 56, which is also the same as Luke's first meter.

However, since by tagging Matthew, Mark effectively directs the reader back to the Temple In Trouble period in the 400's BC, the Matthew tag is first. The double 56 that effectively results from tagging Luke's first meter with Mark's last, evokes the imminent Temple Down for the second Temple, which actually happened on a 56+56 schedule from Passover to 9th Av, in 70 AD. To the Day.

But it had not happened YET, when Mark wrote, so if enough folks VOTED well, it could have been delayed or even stopped. So Mark first tagged Luke's 56 with '14', to 'complete' the 'vote' (into a 70). Thus the reader could readily understand: 427+56 in Matthew, took the reader back to the VOTING PERIOD related to Nehemiah (as backdrop to that book); then could more easily identify with the parallel VOTING PERIOD at the time Mark wrote, while Jerusalem is surrounded by armies. Rehearsal for the actual Tribulation, to illustrate it. With real lives at stake.

Of course, in hindsight we could learn that lesson, too. For the real Tribulation, is yet future.

To see Matthew's meter, and how to know it's provably the first Gospel, even by the dateline meter alone: Matthew is Metered! . Associated pdf, used in those videos: brainout.net/MatthewMeterR.pdf ; or .doc, if you have Bibleworks fonts to read it (not Unicode).

For Luke: James 1-2 Meter and Exegesis , but start with 'Jim7' and then go sequentially. That series is about James' meter, but while doing it I realized he was keying off Luke. Turns out Luke's meter and even his entire gospel outline, is keyed to the meter in the Magnificat. So the 'jim' videos beginning at jim7, go through the Luke meter and outline connection.

Download the Mark Revised doc, showing the 14, 28, 42, 56 meter changes: brainout.net/MarkDatelineMeterR4.pdf . I've NOT yet changed the notes. It will be awhile, before the notes match video content, sorry! A German site presents an intriguing alternative idea of Mark's meter, which is more classical, stichometrie.de/text.html . By contrast, this channel focuses on Bible's OWN meter style, apart from human culture.

For Luke (still being edited, so only the meter shows, no notes): brainout.net/Luke1DatelineMeters.pdf .

File Name: MarkMetered1j.avi,2/3/14.


Mark4h Heb6 wraps Mark4, cont.

Balance of Mark 4g's content on how Mark surgically cuts Luke's 'come to the light', since the light is going OUT (Temple going Down, under siege when Mark writes), then how Hebrews tracks Mark's own omnious repackaging of that passage, to warn those sluggish, how dark with works they are.

Then, analysis continues on how the balance of Hebrews 6, Promise to Abraham, ties to Mark 4's seed multiplying. Heh. But here's the killer: Mark suddenly switches from seeds, to boats. Hebrews suddenly switches from multiplying Abraham's seed, to oaths and THEN to anchors? With the oath causing the anchoring? Oy vey. So end Mark 4 is on what? How Christ was ANCHORED so well, He was sleeping during the storm, and the little-faiths (having no elpis, Heb6:19), were all stormed up with anger that He sleeping: 'Don't you care that we are perishing????' (Mark 4:38).

LOLOL! This is SO like Aristophanes' play, 'The Frogs' (named after a small boat scene in the play, since frogs in Greek lit often represented demonic cleverness). Doesn't get more deft than this! Shakespeare loved this kind of innuendo writing!

I pity all those 'scholars' who are VERY conversant in Greek lit and drama, but suddenly when it comes to Bible's wit and drama in the Gospels, their brains go out! See: you can't interpret Bible without 1John1:9. Be a scholar, yes; but be in the Spirit, or you waste your time, and everyone else's!

File Name: 4hMarkHebOnMark.avi, posted 11/22/13 but made from HebOnMark17b-18avis of 9/29/13, on 10/25/13.


Bible's Anno Domini Meters 5/7

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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