SPEAKER: Dr. Henry Clifford Kinley, Dean, IDMR
READER: Dr. Carl Gross, President, IDMR
TYPE: Start 9-28-1993, Finished 10-5-1993
TYPED BY: Dr. Burbank D. Mitchell, Dean, Eastern Region, IDMR
APPROVED BY: Dr. Lamar Greer, Director of Public Relations, IDMR
SOURCE: Audio Recorded by Gerry Rothstien from Video Tape
NOTE: The following text was rearranged according to the original 2 hour version of the 1958 video provided by the Ontario IDMR branch school. (kinleydavis, 2009JUL31)
DR. KINLEY: God has a definite purpose and plan which we are going to try hard to unveil to you so that you might have a profound, this mystery that was revealed to me. Now it is necessary for me to call your attention to what God really is. God is Spirit. Spirit is the universal substance which everything emanates there from but abides within. I hope you understand what I mean by the universal substance as I go through this illustration.
Realize, that nothing co-eternal, or independent can exist at any time. Everything must emanate from that. As I will at this time attempt to illustrate to you through a physical body. The sperm in the physical body, which this picture shows, remember, that there is nothing outside of this circle. This embraces the Universe in its totality. And this represents that sperm.
Now, I would like for you to realize that this that we have here is manifested in the physical body in the regions that I will point to in the physical body. Consider this to be the womb. And in your consideration of it being the womb, that sperm is a secretion that is generated in your physical body but in the Godhead, God is masculine and feminine united into one body. And the birth of the Universe takes place in the same way that a child is born. The head first and the remainder of the body comes on down from that.
Now I would like for you to see and understand how the Godhead is explained in conjunction and connection with this. The secretion here that is in the generative organs of the physical body, God took on shape and form, that shape and form is not physical but incorporeal. It took on the form of a man so that Moses and the prophets could see in visions. And the revelation of what they saw in the vision could be understood in Nature. It was necessary for God to take on shape and form in that shape we call Jesus Christ, better known as Christ, not Jesus because Jesus refers to the flesh which you will see still remains within that cycle.
All of us, both man and woman, are male and female is Spirit materialized, hence, or therefore, the attributes forms your soul, such as Wisdom, and Intelligence, and so forth and so on, forms your soul. Those attributes are encouched or appear to be within the physical body. Your mind, which is synonymous and equivalent with spirit is God without shape and form. Therefore, you can, in bodily presence be one place and your mind be in another. And so therefore, I believe, if you understand my expressions, you can see how God being "All in All" took on shape and form, Christ. Later, took on physical form; transmutation, I have reference to, into that physical body. And those three form the concrete. And that is a picture of what you are, as you are.
So now I think that we understand one another. If there is any questions about that in the future, I would be happy to answer. I know that it is not generally understood.
So as we go about pointing these things out we want you to remember the Godhead: the Father, the "All in All"; Christ, the Incorporeal form, that He took on before He began to create anything that was created; for this reason every animate and inanimate object, in the Universe, including the Universe in its totality had to reflect back to that invisible God of the Universe, that He might be portrayed in nature, from its atomic structure and its molecular structure on to the Sun, Moon, and Stars. Since you have that concept in mind then we would say God is threefold: the Father, one; the Word, or Christ, two; the Holy Spirit, three. That constitutes the entire Godhead as it is and as it will be revealed in chart form. For that reason the charts have to be made up in a threefold sense.
We illustrate these charts in the threefold sense as I have explained to you. The lines on this chart indicate the one, the two, the three. One. Two. Three. One, the River Jordan making the division. The Wilderness of Sinai making the two. The Red Sea making the division here and Egypt making the third counterpart. In the great universal tabernacle, which God himself made, and not the man, so that it would be portrayed in Nature. Bear that in mind as we go along all the way.
Everything that God instructed Man to make will reflect the Universe in its totality, in a limited sense. For example: the Ark, which was the first thing that we have on record that God instructed a man to make, it was threefold. It had the lower deck, the middle deck, and the upper deck. It only had one door in it, and one window, because there is but one God, the illumination or the window of a man's intelligence and understanding. So that three fold has to be broken down in every thing, even in its minute detail.
The Tabernacle is the next we have on record that God, by divine revelation, instructed Moses to make, as we will show you when we get to the proper chart. But at the, in the meantime, look at it like this. This is another physical structure that was made by Man. This is the Tabernacle in the Wilderness of Sinai. It is three fold. It has a Court Around About, that is one part. It has a division in this tent. The first part of it is called the Holy Place. And a vail divides between the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place. The Most Holy Place is one department. The vail dividing the Most Holy Place from the Holy Place, hence the Holy Place is part two. And the surrounding of this Outer Court is part three. So you see everything that He has told Man to make is threefold in that respect.
Now I would like to refer to the next thing that God instructed Man to make. He told David, who was the King of Israel to see the Temple was builded. And He gave him the pattern for that Temple by means of making him understand the structure of his physical body, so that he would know how to impart to his son, Solomon. David, being a type of God, he could not build the sanctuary, or he could not build the Temple. His son, Solomon, had to build it. Just like God did not build the church, his son Christ, said: "Upon this Rock, his Father, I will build my church, and the very gates of hell shall not prevail against it."
So the Temple, God...God imparted instructions how to build it. The instructions and all so far as in a sense that you can understand is in your Bible. The history of it is in your Bible. And so the Temple has a Court Around About, a Holy Place and a Most Holy Place in it. So you can see by these three things Noah's Ark, the Tabernacle, and the Temple. That everything that God instructed Man to make, they were along that plan so that you can see and understand.
Now to make a direct reference in comparison to the Universe, Man in his research to understand things, while as yet, we have not all reached that perfection of understanding, wonders why the 90 elements of matter are constructed as they are. Ninety-one of those elements of matter, such as Carbon, Silicon, Magnesium and so forth and so on, being composed of electron, a proton, and a neutron, that is know to us as an atom. That is the ultra-microscopic particle of matter as far as Man's imagination can penetrate, we find that same identical series of and repetitions of threefold in Nature.
The third thing I would like to mention in reference to that is, as I know it to be, or as I understand it to be, is the Helium atom. It is but two fold. And the reason why it is but twofold is because there is an incorporeal creation, and then there is a visible creation. And that absent part is correlated with the invisible God that no man will ever visualize under any circumstance or condition. Those two component parts, the invisible creation, and the visible creation is embodied in the great invisible God of this stellar universe, in whom I believe the Apostle Paul made the reference in this correlation in these words: "For in Him we live, and move, and have our being." But no man has, at any time ever seen God with his physical eye, in his reality, and as he is.
VOICE: Take 3, section 1.
DR. KINLEY: Since I have called attention to the threefold counterparts of the Godhead I would like to exhibit and explain by this chart which we classify as the elementary chart. So follow my explanations in detail. Give me your undivided attention.
The threefold composition of this chart will be understood in this respect. Egypt is number one. The Red Sea divides Egypt from the Wilderness of Sinai, that's number two. The River Jordan divides Palestine or Canaan's Land from the Holy Place, which is part three. Canaan's Land is part three. Now, this is the greater and more perfect tabernacle.
So then I will have to break this threefold composition of this tabernacle down in the plates throughout this entire chart. So in the breakdown it was impossible for us to draw everything as it really is, so you will have to retain in your mind that I am breaking down these two factors [INAUDIBLE] this migration from Egypt through the Wilderness of Sinai, through Canaan's Land, which is the final destiny.
And I also have to correlate this threefold tabernacle with this threefold migration. So in that sense, everywhere I refer to on this chart, one plate is an analogy of the other. But it is all functioning within the Godhead. So in order for me to break it down so that you can see then I have to draw this tabernacle in part. The brazen altar is located here in the outer court. The brazen laver is located between the tent and the altar. The brazen laver contains water. The brazen alter shows the blood. So then we have the blood and the water. The priest always must be washed. As Moses brought Aaron, the high priest, Nadab, and Abihu, to the door of the Tabernacle and washed their flesh. And put on the linen garments. As you see the linen garment here in this picture, before they could enter into the door of this. It showed physical sanctivity before entering into this Tabernacle.
Every day in the year the High Priest went into the interior of this Tabernacle. Once a year on the tenth day of October, which is called the Day of Atonement, the High Priest went in to the Most Holy Place, through that vail. And there I will explain further as we go along what his business was for why he went in there.
So now what at this time I want you to see is this threefold composition all the way through this Tabernacle, which is the pattern, and any digression or deviation from that pattern is an error, in any man's concept of philosophy or interpretation of the Holy Bible. The Holy Bible is made up just like that. And if you follow through, then as I told you in the beginning, we are weighing the Divine authenticity, the accuracy and infallibility of the Holy Bible, excusing interpolations, which means spurious injections, and mistranslations from the original manuscript.
So watch the threefold composition.
Here we must have the representation all along this line with blood. All the way through. This line here is the dividing line of this chart. This is the top of this chart, along this line. This, across the top, is not related to this directly. So give your attention in these plates along here. And, remember, when I go to the bottom of this chart, that is down in here, I am pointing to the same things along the as 1,2,3. As 1,2,3; 1,2,3; 1,2,3; 1,2,3; 1,2; 1,2,3. All along.
Every, any where I go on any of these charts. And I would like to say for the record, now, that the larger chart that we will illustrate later on will follow this same principle so I bear in mind that everything that we have to say while we are giving you these illustrations look for that 1,2,3 arrangement. That is what we call the pattern. This is an illustration in the physical realm of the great God of the Universe manifesting himself in Nature so that you can see how it functions and operates.
Now to show relationship of just this part of it, from Egypt to the Red Sea, from the Red Sea to the River Jordan. Not this. And from the River Jordan into Palestine. Now I have to show the same thing in this next plate. So then this altar here would come back to this blood here. This blood here. The water here. The water here. Both of these are a pattern. This in here is the interior of the sanctuary or the interior of this Tabernacle. Bear in mind I said that there was a dividing vail that hung all the way down; a curtain that divided the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place. It was impossible for us to draw this curtain all the way down and at the same time show you the contents of the Most Holy Place. So then we just shortened the illustration here to show you the dividing vail between the Holy place and the Most Holy Place.
Now, these are the patterns by which we go by. In the 9th Chapter of Hebrews you will find that the Apostle Paul, as he is declared to be the author, writing to the Jews, telling and calling their attention to these figures that I am referring to, as being figures of the heavenly sanctuary. So then now notice the continuity and how they go together so that you can see. This is the Passover, the Pascal lamb. Therefore the blood. This is the brazen altar which the sacrifices was slain and the blood was put on the altar of the horns of the brazen altar. They must go together. This water in the Red Sea must correlate with this water in this brazen laver.
This is the Holy Place in the sanctuary that Moses constructed. This is the Holy Place in the greater and more perfect Tabernacle. Therefore God told Moses to put off the shoes from his feet because the ground upon which he stood was Holy indicating that this was the Holy Place in the greater and more perfect tabernacle which God, himself, constructed. So now then you can see the relationship of one to the other.
The children of Israel come out of the land of Egypt under a cloud. So then the cloud brought them through the Red Sea and covered the Red Sea. And in the 10th Chapter of 1st. Corinthians you will find this that they were all under the cloud, and all passed through the sea, and were all baptized in the cloud and in the sea. And so therefore the cloud, you note there indicates the presence of God, which we will learn more about this in the very near future.
But now to give you a quick correlation there, that cloud was a light by day and a pillar of fire by night. So then when it was in the Wilderness of Sinai, the children of Israel, every night abode under the light of that cloud. That is to say, there was, they abode in the light 40 years while they were in the sanctuary. And to bring it over here and show the interior of the sanctuary, the high priest had to go in here every day and light that light so that there would never be no darkness in that sanctuary all the time. It must be that way. That seven branch golden candlestick must burn through the night so that there would be no darkness. This is symbolical of the physical body of Christ. This tabernacle is symbolical of the physical body of Christ.
So the cloud furnishing the light here, in the greater and more perfect tabernacle, and the candlestick furnishing the light here in the sanctuary is what Christ is referring to Himself is "I am the light of the world." Through these seven branches that's on this candlestick, through the seven dispensations, and the seven ages, He is the light of the world.
Now then to pass on into the next stage of it, the shewbread that was on the golden table of shewbread. Twelve loaves of bread was on that table. With those twelve loaves, represented the twelve tribes is Israel. And the High Priest ate that bread on that table. And that indicated that the bread which was rained down in the Wilderness of Sinai, in the greater and more perfect tabernacle, it correlates it with this bread here that the High Priest ate when He went into the sanctuary. And that was their daily bread. This was a daily function here so that you can see it in the figure constructed by the man, and the figure constructed by God. Now, at three o'clock in the afternoon, these lights, this light was lit. I'm giving it to you in our time. And then the High Priest performed these operations.
Around this Tabernacle, there was three tribes on each side. The picture does not show it as it really is. The three on each side made the twelve tribes. So with the three tribes on each side and the twelve tribes there, they were praying while the High Priest went into the sanctuary and burnt incense on the golden altar of incense. The incense represented the Holy Spirit which the children of Israel did not have at that time. So when Christ come into the world He said, that, in His prayer, in the Garden of Gethsemane, He prayed the Father for them, representing that sweet smelling savor, or that spirit that was in Him which was God incarnated in a physical body. And it is demonstrated here. And so the High Priest had to pray there at all times, everyday. And the incense took the place of the Holy Spirit until the dispensation wherein the Holy Spirit was to be given unto man. Then the dividing vail, see, synonymous to the dividing of the River Jordan.
And entry into the Most Holy Place, where we have the wings of the Cheribums overshadowing the Mercy Seat which is symbolical to the throne of God. The ten commandments was laid in the Ark of the Covenant representing the Word of God, and God Himself being in unity or the unity of the Godhead. And overshadowed with wings of the cherubim. Now you find these overshadowings in many things so when I refer in the future to overshadowing or try to show you by my hand illustration of the rainbow that overshadowed the Noah's ark and so forth. And how that Gabriel went in unto Mary and she was overshadowed with the Holy Ghost. Bear in mind I am showing you how these things are coordinated. Because we can't show all of these charts at the same time.
DR. KINLEY: So now let me give you an illustration...
VOICE: Kinley Institute Production. Take 5. Sequence 1.
DR. KINLEY: Blood. Water. Symbol of the spirit in you on earth.
Now I want you to pay strict attention to these quick correlations. The Ark of the Covenant is a symbol of the throne of God. I mentioned to you before that the ten commandments that Moses received in the mountain was laid in the Ark of the Covenant. A ten commandment law, being in the Ark of the Covenant symbolizes your heart with the Law of the Spirit of Life incarnated in your heart. Hence, your heart is the throne of God. As you can see, all of this in this department refers to the heavenly or to the psychological and spiritual part that's not visible. It is correlated with the Holy Place, Most Holy Place, I should say here. And Christ is a High Priest in your heart and in your mind, or God is the High Priest in your heart and in your mind.
Let me drop down and show you the division. This line here, or the vail, represents the flesh. So then we have a physical body. But the spirit functions through our hearts while we live in this physical body. These symbols are referred to, are the figures on the chart, and you are the reality of the symbols. So let me illustrate again. The blood. The water. And the Holy Anointing Oil poured out on the head of the priest is symbolical of the Holy Spirit. The door is the entry into the Tabernacle. Christ said: "I am the Door. I am the Light. I am the Bread." Christ is the intercessor. The vail is the flesh. And into this is, is in through the heart and mind.
So then you can see these pictures brought right over. The Golden Candlestick. The illumination of your understanding by the Holy Spirit represented by this [INAUDIBLE], the bread illuminated in your heart, represents the Word of God, not the book, but the real true Word of God as illustrated by the book. The Golden Altar of Incense. Christ in your heart makes the intercession for you. For as the Apostle says, "We know not how to pray as we ought, but the Holy Spirit maketh intercession for us with groanings that cannot be expressed or uttered."
And then we pass on out of this, as this line shows here, into the Holy Spirit which it all representing the whole thing all the way through; the whole entire sanctuary, the whole entire Tabernacle represents your physical body, on earth. Passing through the vail, as indicated by the River Jordan, by the vail, and by the line here, and by passing through there, we enter into the heavenly phase of it. So entering into the heavenly phase then this central part of it, of Canaan's Land is Jerusalem. The earthly Jerusalem is allegorical to Jerusalem above, in the spirit, which you see indicated all along this line.
Now, I want to pause here and show you how that the Sun, Moon, and Stars operates with our illustration. And when I say the Sun, I have references to two sons. The first Adam, which was the physical Adam which was taken from the dust of the earth, and the sun in the sky. Watch closely.
We are all familiar with the story in the Garden of Eden, how that Eve [INAUDIBLE] in type by the Serpent, partaken of the forbidden fruit and gave to her husband which was contrary to the commandment of God that they should not partake of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge. And when Adam had partaken of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, then his conscience became condemned, because he had transgressed. And therefore, his conscience was immediately darkened, or condemned. That must reflect itself in the sun in the sky, the planet.
So then God waited until the cool of the day to drive Adam out of the Garden of Eden. Notice that the sun in the sky, is going down, so that darkness might be upon the face of the earth. And the Son of God, was being driven out of the Garden. That is why he waited until the cool of the day so the Sun, which is known to us as a planet, and the Son, which is know to us as the man, they must operate together. So therefore, his conscience darkened. And him being driven out of the Garden in the cool of the day, it drives him out into outer darkness. You will see this reflected all along the lines at the bottom of the next chart we're going to refer to.
By him being driven out of the Garden of Eden it shows that he was going down to degeneration. The first Son, in the flesh was being degenerated. Degenerating the whole human race. Notice the quick correlation. The Sun going down, here in the sky. And the Son, Adam, going out into outer darkness. Now then, Jesus Christ, being the Son of God, since this Adam is driven out into outer darkness, showing that he is dead, when Christ died on the cross, it had to turn dark over the face of the earth, from the sixth to the ninth hour because he is the Son of God to redeem the first Son. So it must turn dark over the face of the earth from the sixth to the ninth hour. In the evening it turned light. And again, it turned dark again, to indicate that night.
So then He rested in Joseph's new tomb, over the Sabbath Day, Saturday. And very early in the morning, if He is to be the regenerator, the, the Sun, which you see in the background, the planet Sun and the Son of God is raising from the dead, bringing him back into that state or into which he was driven into the Edenic state, or that heavenly state which He was driven out of. One [INAUDIBLE] the Redeemer and the other was the Degenerator.
Now, notice vividly that they both are working together, the Son of God, in Christ, and the Sun, in the sky. So as the Sun rose, the book, the Bible says: "Very early in the morning, as it begin to dawn toward the first day of the week, Christ rose from the dead." It is a split or a division between light and darkness as indicated by the elements, in both cases. Now I would like for you to retain that in mind so that you can see the correlations. Now at this time we want to move to the next chart, so I can bring you up-to-date on how the entry of the vision was given to me, so follow me close.
DR. KINLEY: God had made Abraham a promise.
VOICE: Kinley Production. Take 6. Sequence 1.
DR. KINLEY: God made Abraham a promise that in his seed he would bless all of the families of the Earth. His seed, truthfully was Christ. But it must come down through Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Jacob had twelve sons which the history is recorded in your bible. And they went down into Egypt. Joseph being the first. And there, they multiplied in Egypt.
And God, after pouring out the ten plagues, and instituting the Passover brought the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt under a phenomenal cloud. And now you can see in this picture how that the blood of that Pascal lamb was put on each side of the lintels of the door. The right. To the left. And over the head of the door. And the blood being taken from the basin. And that Egypt all over the land of Egypt, except Goshen was in total stygian darkness. You can see that this Pascal lamb pointed to Christ. So at his death there must be darkness all over the land except he is the light of the world that is on the cross.
So now, that putting the blood on each side of the lintel of the door you can see from one figure to the other why it was that the darkness prevailed there. They went three days journey out. You can see his death, burial, resurrection had to be implicated three days. Three days out of Egypt they passed through the Red Sea and was buried by baptism in the cloud, in the sea. And then they passed on out or through the Red Sea, the divided waters of the Red Sea I should say, and into the Wilderness.
And now in the Wilderness they were given three days to clean up and to gather around Mount Sinai which is indicated by this vast mountain. And that cloud that led them they had to follow it at all times, because the direction of the cloud, any way that it moved, the cloud, they had to follow the cloud, because they was being led by the cloud. So three days after God had given them time to clean up, those three days to clean up, they gathered around Mount Sinai. And God give them the ten commandments.
I want you to notice here that this is the actual history of the first church or the first congregation or the first assembly, that the world has ever known. The speaker, God Almighty, speaking from Mount Sinai. His introduction to the children of Israel: "I am the Lord, they God, that brought the out of the land of Egypt, and out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt not have any other Gods before me. Neither shalt thou make unto you any graven images in the likeness of anything that is in the heavens above or in the earth beneath, or in the waters beneath the earth."
And so now you can see that this is the first church. And being the first church. Not having the Holy Ghost within them, as it was after the death of Christ, so now we have the real first church. All of these were Jews, please bear that in mind, that God is dealing with the Jewish race, exclusively. And so now the words that he spoke, this indicates him speaking or giving the commandments.
We have three of these on one side, and seven on the other. The three representing on this side the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit. The seven on this side representing the seven ages, that's engraved in tables of stone and laid in the Ark of the Covenant, which showed that he is the true God throughout the seven ages of time.
And now we would like for you to see, after that he spoke from Mount Sinai, the cloud covered the mountain. So all that you see in this picture, all of this that you see in this picture consider it to be encouched in this cloud. It is impossible for the artist to draw all of it so that so that it would indicate that, because it would be a conglomeration. Consider all that you see here in this cloud. And the cloud indicated eternity, God in eternity. Not in the realm of time.
So then what I am going to speak of here consider it to be intangible that you couldn't visualize, with your physical eye, in the realm of eternity, that must be understood through the vision that was given to Moses. And this is where God brought me in contact with himself and Moses to show me the Creation by himself, or by the Tabernacle, which is the pattern. So now you watch closely. And you will see the reason why I went through the 1,2,3, on the chart in order to show you the total of the Godhead in its operation in the creation of the Universe.
So now this indicates the vision. I will have Dr. Gross to read where this vision comes in. But before he reads I want you to see that the word "Exodus" means: Departure. So the children of Israel had to depart out of Egypt through the Red Sea and through the Wilderness of Sinai, and then God spoke the ten commandments and thereafter he called Moses, Aaron, who was to be the High Priest, Nadab, and Abihu, his sons, and seventy of the elders, and others not necessary to mention, up into Mount Sinai. And they visualized him as a great heavenly anthropomorphic being. So now we will stop here and put this vision in as it properly belongs relative to the Creation. And I will tell you about him being transformed into the Tabernacle after Dr. Gross reads. Read.
DR. GROSS: "I am reading in the 24th Chapter of Exodus, and the 16th verse: And the glory of the Lord abode upon Mount Sinai. And the cloud covered it six days. And the seventh day he called unto Moses out of the midst of the cloud."
DR. KINLEY: Now we have had him to read that particular passage in Exodus. If you notice it said that the cloud abode upon Mount Sinai, six days. And the seventh day he called unto Moses out of the cloud. It does not say where he read what took place in the cloud. So now I am going to put in parenthesis in that book to, trying to instill it in your mind, what took place during those six solar days that Moses was in the mountain. And remember that we are in the realm of eternity, and also showing you within the realm of time. So therefore, this is what took place; and this is what Moses saw in B.C. 1491 in the cloud beginning like this. "In the beginning God created the heaven and earth."
Many theologians think it is the beginning of Creation. That is not the beginning of Creation. It is the beginning of the vision. And so he said, "in the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth." Spontaneous creation. And then it was reeled off according to this pattern that we will show you. In sequence, each one of those six consecutive he saw in the vision, in the realm of Eternity. Don't forget that.
So now, he's telling you here: "God created the Heaven and the Earth. And the Earth was without form. And darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said: Let there be light." And there was light. So then the Light was divided from the Darkness. Notice that the divisions in the Tabernacle, I showed you, shows you why it was. That God being transformed in the Tabernacle, and the Father, and the Word, and the Holy Spirit being one as you see this Tabernacle. Therefore he had to divide the Light from the Darkness because the divisions in the Tabernacle. As I have already showed you by the Elementary Chart.
So then, that's, that constituted the Evening and the Morning constituted the first day. The evening and the morning constituted the second day. The evening and the morning cons(blip) as you read down in Genesis. The first chapter of Genesis is a record that you can always refer to which tells you what took place in that cloud, or in eternity. And that was the vision recorded in the first chapter of Genesis.
So now to correlate and to show what I am saying here did come out of the Exo.., the book of Exodus, and was placed over in the Genesis, when the book was compiled, so that Genesis would be the beginning. I am going to have him repeat the verse that he just read and then go into Genesis. Notice, that in both instances it is saying the seventh day.
DR. GROSS: "Exodus, 24th Chapter and the 16th verse reads: And the glory of the Lord abode upon Mount Sinai, and the cloud covered it six days. And the seventh day he called unto Moses out of the midst of the cloud."
DR. KINLEY: Now, the first chapter of Genesis, and going into the second chapter of Genesis is the vision that Moses saw. And now note that I said that it took place in the realm of Eternity. So that you can comprehend it when he read it out of your Bible. Now he is going to read and connect the seventh day in Exodus with the seventh day in Genesis. Read.
DR. GROSS: I am now reading the second chapter of Genesis beginning with the first verse: "Thus the heavens and the earth were finished and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God ended his work that he had made. And he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it because that in it he had rested from the work which he had created and made. These are the generations of the Heavens and the Earth. And they were created in the day that the Lord God made the Earth and the Heavens."
DR. KINLEY: If you notice, he said, and I want to place strict emphasis on the words "THE DAY", which is the day that never ends or in the eternity where Moses saw the vision. So instead of the Heavens and Earth being created in the realm of time or in six days, it was created in eternity or in "THE DAY". For that reason, Science has never been able to determine what the age of the Earth is because of the fact Matter is Spirit materialized. And in its materialization, and having took place in the realm of Eternity, and continues to abide in the realm of Eternity, therefore no one can tell how old the Earth is, because it is a counterpart of God and nobody can say how old God is because He is Eternal. And after all that you see and know as of now, both the known and the unknown, will continue to exist without any end. It's constant repetition. And that's the reason why you see these repetitions on the chart because it is the function of the Godhead, in Nature and also in the invisible. So you can see.
Now I tried to point out that, how the Sun the planet Sun, worked with the Son of God there. Now I want to show you on this chart, in the Creation, so that you can see how that the purpose of God in the mind, if it worked unmysterical could be seen both in the Vegetable and Animal Kingdom. When I refer to Animal Kingdom I am talking of Man, too. So now, notice, the Bible teaches in Matthew, the death, burial and resurrection of Christ. That he was crucified on Friday. (inaudible) crucified on Friday. Rested in Joseph's new tomb on Saturday. Very early in the morning of the third day he rose from the dead. But that is three days.
So now in the Creation it is manifested like this: one, the first day, the second day, the third day. Have to read in correlation with, in Genesis, with what you have in Matthew, in the Vegetable Kingdom. So now, we read in the beginning the waters covered the face of the Earth. Therefore, the tomb that Jesus was buried in had to be sealed because the waters covered the face of the Earth. The Spirit moving upon the face of the waters, here, he bowed his head in the locks of his shoulders and gave up the ghost. And then you notice, that the waters continued to move upon the face of the Earth. And God divided the waters above, that was ethereal space, from physical. Not the physical but the ethereal. Because always, in the top part of this, shows the heavenly. So this is in the atomic phase of such as hydrogen and oxygen. When you put them together, they make water. But, so these are the atomic elements. So down in this part the waters would still be on the face of the Earth.
And now as the angel rolled away the stone from the tomb that he was sealed up in, that Christ was sealed up in, God divided the water on the face of the Earth forming rivers and seas and let the dry land appear. That is the Earth's resurrection. This picture is twofold. That is it is repetitious within itself.
So now then, the Vegetable Kingdom grew through and penetrated the soil, on the third day which correlates with Christ being resurrected on the third day. These veils that you see here in the Vegetable Kingdom represents the buds, not the fruition because this is before the ascension here. So then the veils show the bud, being sealed in there. And so when the bud opens out, it flowers. You have color in that and that's why these colors mean so much here. And then it grows on into fruition. That is to say it passes on through this door forming the vail, and this door forming the bud that I was telling you about. And when that bud falls off, it grows into fruition, that is into perfection.
And now, if you followed it all the way through you will find that this is a record, even before Man was created on the face of the Earth. And the third day has to show the same thing that happened in Matthew to the Son of God in the Vegetable Kingdom. And that abolishes, or eliminates any reasonable doubt that the death, burial, resurrection of Christ on the third day is nothing but the truth [INAUDIBLE].
Now then, you go on down to the next day, the fourth day, the fifth day, the sixth day. And going on down to the sixth day, its three days from the third day: 1, 2, 3. And so then, he's got to take that man from the earth which is a figure of this great anthromophoric being.
The woman must be in the man, here, because Christ was as a lamb slain before the foundations of the Earth. The beginning of this migration the lamb was slain there. It was dark down in Egypt. And so it's got to be dark here. So if the lamb was slain before they left there in the darkness, so the lamb, before the foundations of the Earth must be slain here. Therefore He was the lamb slain then from the foundation of the Earth.
Now since Adam, was, the rib was taken from his side. Then he must. The woman. The. Or in this region of the abdominal region. Why then the birth of the Universe took place in the abdominal region of the great inscrutable deity of the Universe. That is why we call this the Archetype Pattern of the Universe.
Now, Man being taken from the dust of the earth, he must reflect this, this crucifixion in the side. In the beginning he must reflect it here. This slaying of the Pascal lamb. And so now Adam he must fall to sleep here, before any sin was committed and the woman Eve must be taken from his side, there. And since, you see, how the rib was taken from his side. Then if you look over into Matthew, you can see the logical reason why that Christ had to be punctured in his side, when he was on the cross. And you can see that the church is his wife. Shown by many of the saints which slept in the dust of the earth, rose, and went on in to Jerusalem as it is reflected on the chart over there. All of them put together, that are saved constitutes his bride, or his wife.