What Grows From the Grain of Mustard Seed?

 

What Grows From the Grain of Mustard Seed? The question should be, what doesn’t grow from the grain of mustard seed?- referred to by Apostles in the New Testament.

Musical tones come from this basic number square and is a Universal constant

In Matthew 17:20 we find “And Jesus said to them… If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you shall say to this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible to you.” So what is the “grain of mustard seed? The tiniest of seeds from which a gigantic plant grows. The quote perfectly describes the smallest number square that can be constructed that contains the following which is expressed in mathematical terms:

  • The pattern for the development of all the other number squares
  • Hidden number codes which were revealed by me by an American Indian female spirit from the Lennie Lenope tribe.  I believe the code unifies the cosmos on a large and small scale. My book of poetry, about the spiritual entity is called the Oquaga Spirit Speaks. It will be available as soon as my tiny staff is able to complete the editing and beautiful pictures to be added to the book.

Before beginning, I must say please stay with these blogs. I love the limited number of words that a blog may contain and certainly, God willing, everyone will get their turn. I will consider Judaism first. Moses, an Egyptian prince, learned of its secrets from the ancient Egyptian priests and used it to frame the Jewish religion. Here’s how it works:

  • As 5 is the core number of the grid, we have the five books of the Torah.
  • As any two opposite numbers on the perimeter total 10, the core of the Torah is the 10 Commandments
  • The shortest name of God is “Yah” spelled with the Hebrew letters yud and hei. The yud represents number 10 and the Hei represents the number 5. On the number grid, 10 + 5 =15. Thus the shortest name of God, Yah, is found in 8 different ways on this grid. Very Important: Number 8 is the Hebraic equivalent by its gematria (defined as the intrinsic interplay of letters and numbers in Hebrew by the same symbol) of the verb for love, Ahav. This says in no uncertain terms, the path to God is through this eightfold path of love.  Buddah called it “the eightfold noble path”
  • As the perimeter of numbers around number 5 totals 40; Moses acquired the  5 books of the Torah,  in 40 days and 40 nights- the time that the perimeter of the law was set.
  • As 15, by straight line, can be found on the square is 8 ways; and 8 x 15 = 120; Moses lived to be 120 years of age.

Conclusion: Peace and unity go together. I hope we can all be on this reasonable path.

 

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