Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Temple at the Center of Time- by David Flynn ( in review, part 1)

Temple at the Center of Time

 The revolution of science that Newton single handedly achieved in Principia was that the laws of motion and gravity, and the nature of space and time, had not manifested apart from his belief in the immutable truths of the Bible. From it's pages, Newton found the path towards discovery in the natural universe.  By his own words, the Bible was his source of inspiration for every theory that he conceived. 

Prisca sapientia

Isaac Newton's interest in cryptograms in nature paralleled his pursuit of the riddle of prophecy. The code that unlocked all prophetic writing was a topic that Newton explored extensively.

"He that would understand a book written in a strange language must first learn the language.  Such a language was that wherein the Prophets wrote, and the want of sufficient skill in that language is the main reason why they are so little understood.  John did not write in one language, Daniel in another, and Isaiah in a third and the rest in others peculiar to themselves, but they all write in one and the same mystical language... For the language of the Prophets, being Hieroglyphical, had affinity with that of the Egyptian priest and Eastern wise men, and therefore was anciently much better understood in the East than it is now in the West. I received much light in this search by the analogy between the world natural and world politic.  For the mystical language was founded in this analogy, and will be best understood by considering its original."

Newton devoted his entire life in the quest of pure science and theology. If he had discovered the prisca sapientia, and further evidence will show that he did, he would not have resorted to leaving such a discovery in the hands of the unworthy.  It is likely a unifying theory of the laws of creation with the laws of God would be best suited to a code.  This form of writing and encryption, in Newton's reasoning was the modality in which the Bible itself had been written.  

"God gave the Prophecies of the Old Testaments, not to gratify men's curiosities by enabling them to foreknow things, but that after they were fulfilled they might be interpreted by the event; and his own Providence, not the Interpreters, by then manifested thereby to the world. For the event of things predicted many ages before, will then be a convincing argument that the world is governed by providence. "

To Be Continued..... 

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