Time and Time Again

Updated: Oct 4

Eternal Time in the Kingdom

Time is a symbol of the measureless Day of Eternity. Eternity symbolizes the infinite possibilities of what is, but when the Angel of Time rests from the work of measuring the six days, the Kingdom suddenly awakens as the light rests in the seventh day. Adam will then reflect the image of the Universe. Time will serve a different purpose in the New Age. Carlos Suarez discovered the true mystery of the number 26 at the ‘end’ of time. This is what he says, we must grasp what the Sepher Yetzirah says about the Sephirot (I,7): their end is in the beginning and their beginning is in their end. This “end” is laid down in verse I,26 of Genesis, by the number 26, which makes us aware that the completion of YHWH is present from the beginning of human evolution, although it was not apparent at the beginning, nor is it even now, alas, the present condition of humanity. (49)

Humanity has to tune in to the wave of creation to complete the sequence. Genesis known for the seven “Let there be” commands that bring about the creation contains seven commands that undulate like the steps of a wave cycle that rest in a seventh movement that activates the eighth and the beginning of a new wave. Like the atom, Adam has seven shells that only become stable after the eighth commandment. Gen. 1:26, “Let us make Adam in our Image” is the eighth commandment that ‘speaks’ humanity into existence. This verse is evidence of a relationship between the number 26 and Adam who reflects the image of Elohim. Each ‘let there be’ command is a step in the creation process, but Adam is stable only after the spirit of Eloah has rested on the seventh day. The eighth day signifies a return to the beginning of the week, or the original day of Eternity when the divine presence dwells with us. The world of Olam Atziluth, the World of Emanation that generates Eternity consists of three realms that parallel the Kaddishim:

1stHoly Highest Crown Point Iota

2nd Holy Root of the Tree Circumference Alpha

3rd Holy Attached and unified in all Expansion Omega

Moses, the author of Genesis, says Elohim creates the earth the very first day in a condensed state known as the realm of Eternity. Moses wrote,

These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the Day that Yahweh Elohim made the earth and the heavens. (Gen. 2:4)

Notice the creation of heaven and earth take place in ‘one day’ contrary to popular opinion that it occurs during six days. The main argument of scientists is that the earth is much older than the account described in Genesis, but this is a moot point when we realize that the six days do not describe ‘dynamic’ time. This ‘one day’ motif demonstrates that the seven days evolve from within a single day or point in time. Eternity extracts itself from the confines of time to break into our physical world and release its oneness into our multiplicity.

After this creation, Elohim establishes an ‘Aeon of creations that are afterward gradually situated in a sphere divided into elements of time. Primordial time now is subsequently broken up into hours and days. At the redemption, this (primordial time) or as Enoch says, the great ‘Aeon of Light’ will once again become the indivisible age called ‘Time of the End’ or the eighth day that starts a new beginning of a new world not measured by time. Unfortunately, many see the ‘Time of the End’ as a great destructive cataclysmic event and some try to fulfill this destiny even at the expense of truth, others see the end of everything and wonder what is the meaning of this temporary life filled with sorrow and suffering. Like so many other concepts that we have looked at, this phrase does not necessarily mean the physical destruction of Earth. It is a process of transformation set in motion before the beginning of space and time. There are destined events that have to occur in historical time before the divine creation will be complete. There is a Spiritual time and Dynamic Time and both affect our consciousness and awareness of others and self.

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