Year of the Four Emperors

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).


Bible makes a stink of this year, to show how a believer (here, Paul) influences history. Four Bible books come out as a result of Paul's death (so latest Bible book at that time had been 2 Timothy), in rapid succession: 1 and 2 Peter (count as one book), then Jude, then Mark's Gospel, then the Book of Hebrews. I've been doing videos on this order for several years, starting back in Youtube, but stopped posting in Youtube, back on 11/7/13. So the vimeo collection here, has those old videos, plus all the later ones.

This Channel will be first headed by BOOKS you can read on the topic, then will have the videos on Peter, Jude, Mark, and Hebrews that relate to the topic. The YOUTUBE playlist RFG 5 videos (starting here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH9XGFxAzeY&list=PL5E39FE2FF6897D30&index=13 ) should be viewed first or last, as they summarize the topic's importance, but the Youtube playlist has errors in it, because in the beginning I wasn't sure of the book order. Still, its videos are short and cutesy (dumbed-down). When it covers the same idea but lists the above Bible books in a different order, just know that the order in this Channel description is the proper one.

You establish the order, via the meter. Each of the books TAGS the ones prior, by means of both meter and text, as is the normal style when meter is used:

PETER tags Paul's Ephesians 1:3-14 METER and text, making an interactive marching song out of Paul's text, Peter adding an antiphonal set of stanzas: idea of two Roman cohorts marching in parallel columns down the same broad Roman Road, one singing the Pauline 'stanza', then 'replied to' by one singing the Petrine 'addition'. It's awesome. In 2 Peter Meter Sleuthing subsection of this channel, we'll see how 1 and 2 Peter tagged 2 Timothy, followed by another subsection (from the timmeter channel) of 2Tim videos, so you can see what Peter was tagging. Sorry this is so complex.

Jude then tags Peter, which all the scholars well know, but they don't know Jude tags Peter in meter.

Mark then tags both, using only the dateline tag, but his text imitates the sarcastic style of Paul, then Peter, then Jude. So we know it comes next.

Book of Hebrews bases its outline on a WEAVING between Book of Mark, whose chapters Hebrews follows, with Peter's and Paul's points woven into the text, interactively 'answering' the points they raise, to elaborate on them. Style is the same as the way Luke wraps to Matthew. So that implies the author of Hebrews is either Mark or Luke. We know it's not Paul, he'd died, per Hebrews 13:23.

This is of mammoth importance in hermeneutics, destroying that horrible lie of a Quelle or the false claim that Mark is the first Gospel. You can prove both claims lies simply by reading the Gospels as Matthew then Luke then Mark then John, even in translation (as I'm trying to show in the Synoptics channel, which demonstrates the surgical writing/wrap technique live onscreen). But the wrapping to Mark by Hebrews helps you see it all more clearly.

Videos are a slog. Be skeptical, as I can't have gotten all this right. But enough is right and shown, so you can vet the material. Bible 'balances' like a checkbook, precisely. So at least you'll see something of the technique it uses, with meter-interacting-with text, so you can do your own testing.

Will take years to complete this, if I even live long enough; and I'm sure I'll have to revise, much. So use 1John1:9 as you examine the material, ask God where I made mistakes or what is really true, and He will show you.


Titus Meter

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

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

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

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

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

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


Jude 3/6b Dateline Meter revised

Third installment on Jude's dateline Meter, highlighting what you can read in the doc, how we know what Bible passages he references. Stress in this video is on how 'contending for the faith' means FIGHTING YOURSELF to learn and live on, Bible doctrine. That ends up being the theme for all later Bible books, which are Mark, Hebrews and John's books. Once you realize that theme, you can see it plainly in all those later books, so Bible's real context, is elucidated.

Further, you can see that the typical Christian interpretation of Jude's 'contending for the faith' as a denominational issue, is completely anti-Biblical. If you're busy contending for your denomination, you're a retard in Christ, having put your denomination, in front of Him, whether it's Hebrew roots, Catholicism, Calvinism, Baptist, 7th-day Adventist, Dispensational, whatever. Bible agrees wholly with NONE of them. We've really gotten off-track, in our Bible reading! Fortunately, God used METER to tell us what the context is we should read, so to better understand what HE caused the writers, to write.

See also the 'royalfamilyofgod' channel, look for 'Jude on Peter' (starting here: Royal Family of God ) to see the content tie. For Jude's meter, plays on Peter and Paul's.

Download the doc in the video, which has the full story (except that the Timothy meter referenced, hasn't yet been uploaded): brainout.net/Jude1-3DatelineMeter.pdf . It's only 3 pages, because his meter is so bald. Links to all other meter material are in those three pages, too. But don't be fooled by the brevity: it will take you a year or more to go through all the associated material. I've spent most of the past seven years, writing it up and proving its mechanics in videos.

If you heard me talk about Jude's meter prior to the Jude 1 video's posting, almost everything I said about the METER in the past, is wrong. The meaning and dateline was right, but for very different reasons, as these new Jude videos show.

File Name: Jude3.avi, 4/14/14.


Jude 4/6b Dateline Meter Sleuthing and 2 Timothy

This and Part 5 are sleuthing videos, and show Jude's tags on 2 Timothy. So these two videos help show methodology. If you only want the 'answer', skip to Part 6 when it posts (hopefully later today).

Doc link: brainout.net/Jude1-3DatelineMeter.pdf or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

File Name: JudePt4On2Tim1-2.avi, concatenated 3/15/15 from vids made 2/19/15.


Jude 5/6b Dateline Meter Sleuthing and 2 Timothy

This and Part 4 are sleuthing videos, and show Jude's tags on 2 Timothy. So these two videos help show methodology. If you only want the 'answer', skip to Part 6 when it posts (hopefully later today).

Doc link: brainout.net/Jude1-3DatelineMeter.pdf or 'doc', if you have Bibleworks fonts, freely downloadable here: bibleworks.com/fonts.html .

File Name: JudePt5On2Tim3-4.avi, concatenated 3/16/15 from vids made 2/19/15.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Jude 6b/6b Dateline Meter 'answer'

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

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

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

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

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


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: 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 .

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.


RFG6c Revised Hebrews Dateline Meter

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

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

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

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

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


RFG6c1 Hebrews 1:3 variant di heautou

Short addendum on why di heautou variant fits the text, and should be included as part of the Autograph. Revised doc still has the same name, and presently doesn't have any commentary, is only the text shown in video, brainout.net/Heb1v1-4.doc and brainout.net/Heb1v1-4.pdf . You need to download (the free) Bibleworks fonts to read the Greek in the doc, bibleworks.com/fonts.html . Thus you can reparse it as you please, with less effort.

File Name: HebDatelineMeterRevPt2.avi, 3/22/14.


RFG6d Hebrews' Dateline uses Temple Fall as Mid Trib analogy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Vespasian (6/10) Year 67 and Bible books of Titus, 2 Tim

Now looking at the interrelationships between the dates of the Bible books via the meters, and the chronology of the Year of the Four Emperors, focus on where Vespasian was, what he did, when these books were written. For the books all use what was happening then, as the isagogical underpinning for their text. It was supposed to be paradigmal, for Church. Why? Well, let's see what was happening. Here, beginning with Titus and 2 Tim.

Video's doc is my constantly-revised, latest master listing of all webpages, videos, and links on the meter: brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm (you need Bibleworks fonts to read the Greek for doc or htm, freely obtainable here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

The Levick book is used, esp. its pages 27-39, which includes citations for Josephus. Links are
Josephus online: ccel.org/ccel/josephus/complete.iii.iii.xv.html?highlight=josephus,florus#highlight
Levick, pages 27-39 (you can't read it online,link is how to purchase it): amazon.com/Vespasian-Imperial-Biographies-Barbara-Levick/dp/0415166187/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1427084615&sr=1-1&keywords=Levick+Vespasian

File Name: Titus&Vespasian.avi 3/22/15.


Vespasian (7/10) Year 68 and Bible books of Peter and Jude

Continued from 6/10, noting interrelationships between Bible book dates via the meters, and the Year of the Four Emperors; with focus on where Vespasian was and what he did, while these books were written. For the books all use what was happening then, as isagogical underpinning for their text. It was supposed to be paradigmal, for Church. Why? AS GOES THE BELIEVER, SO GOES HISTORY. Believers were in civil war with each other or were busiy uniting at the expense of Bible, from the beginning. So now, that infection spread across the polity.

Video's doc is my constantly-revised, latest master listing of all webpages, videos, and links on the meter: brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm (you need Bibleworks fonts to read the Greek for doc or htm, freely obtainable here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

The Levick book is used, esp. its pages 27-39, which includes citations for Josephus. She has a marvelous chronology of the time, on her page 40 (taken from Josephus, and improved). Links are
Josephus online: ccel.org/ccel/josephus/complete.iii.iii.xv.html?highlight=josephus,florus#highlight
Levick, pages 27-39 (you can't read it online,link is how to purchase it): amazon.com/Vespasian-Imperial-Biographies-Barbara-Levick/dp/0415166187/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1427084615&sr=1-1&keywords=Levick+Vespasian

File Name: Peter&Vespasian.avi 3/22/15.


Vespasian (8/10) Year 69 and Bible books of Jude, Mark, Hebrews

Continued from 7/10, noting interrelationships between Bible book dates via the meters, and the Year of the Four Emperors; with focus on where Vespasian was and what he did, while these books were written. For the books all use what was happening then, as isagogical underpinning for their text. It was supposed to be paradigmal, for Church. Why? AS GOES THE BELIEVER, SO GOES HISTORY. Believers were in civil war with each other or were busiy uniting at the expense of Bible, from the beginning. So now, that infection spread across the polity.

Video's doc is my constantly-revised, latest master listing of all webpages, videos, and links on the meter: brainout.net/LukeDatelineMeters.pdf or doc or htm (you need Bibleworks fonts to read the Greek for doc or htm, freely obtainable here at bibleworks.com/fonts.html ).

The Levick book is used, esp. its pages 27-39, which includes citations for Josephus. She has a marvelous chronology of the time, on her page 40 (taken from Josephus, and improved). Links are
Josephus online: ccel.org/ccel/josephus/complete.iii.iii.xv.html?highlight=josephus,florus#highlight
Levick, pages 27-39 (you can't read it online,link is how to purchase it): amazon.com/Vespasian-Imperial-Biographies-Barbara-Levick/dp/0415166187/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1427084615&sr=1-1&keywords=Levick+Vespasian

File Name: Jude-Mark-Hebrews-WrapUpVespasian.avi 3/23/15.

Sisyphus