A woman arrayed with the sun and moon and a crown of 12 stars

First, when forced by a famine, 75-year Abraham and wife, went to Egypt. Then, many years later, when she was finally pregnant, they began residing at Gerar. Though advanced in years, Sarah was very beautiful in appearance, so that both kings took the woman into their household in order to have sex with her. It was a real alarming situation. Only God’s intervention saved her from being violated. Figures in a symbolic drama In writing[…]

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Waters at the origin of the magnetic field

Writing my last article – the one about the Earth’s deepness – I have just started a rather difficult mission. I’ll have to describe something I cannot see. Anyway, that’s true, seismography can partially help. This is a science describing the Earth as made up of many layers. Accordingly, there is a solid mantle, then the liquid external nucleus and a solid internal nucleus.  What about the magnetic earthly field? A dynamo effect due to[…]

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Joseph’s dream of sun and moon and 11 stars

Joseph, one of the sons of Jacob, was aged 17, when, one night, he had a dream, which he described to his family. In an astonishing vision, the heavenly bodies were coming to bow in obedience to him. Then, he was sold into Egypt, presumably before reaching his eighteenth birthday. This is the dream: “After that, he had still another dream, and he related it to his brothers: “I have had another dream. This time the sun and[…]

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The Earth’s unreachable deepness

After an extensive search around the Earth and its celestial vault, the stars, the sun, and the moon, time is coming to inquire about the inner parts of the deepness we are living upon, the earth’s underground. I’ve delayed as much as possible to face this subject. It seemed to me rather hard to describe what we cannot see and measure. When I had to express about the dome or the sun, things were different.[…]

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A cosmic representation of the earth and sky

Nàon and hahehkahàl are terms expressing in two different languages the same meaning. Which? It’s the sanctuary. The Greek for sanctuary is nàon, which refers to the innermost cell of the temple. The corresponding Hebrew word is hahehkahàl, the palace. Nàon is a word deriving from a verb and meaning to inhabit. This is why the temple has to be considered a representation of the inhabited heavens and inhabited earth. A poetic parallelism There are[…]

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