The Final Mystery
The Name of the "Beloved Disciple"
The Seven Sign Miracles: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 |
The Sacred Geometry
The last mystery
in John's 21st chapter reveals the identity of "the
disciple Jesus was loving" by an extremely clever series of sacred
geometry diagrams based on the imagery of the verses and from the
gematria value of the dialog. In the first diagram, Simon Peter and
the Beloved Disciple are following Jesus. The Beloved Disciple is
then immediately revealed by "the turning" of Simon
Peter. The words of the Beloved Disciple then reveal Judas Iscariot,
the one who betrayed Jesus. Simon Peter and Jesus then reveal the
Beloved Disciple in two different ways with the "words"
they speak. In the last two verses, the Beloved Disciple speaks for
himself which results in two more spectacular drawings that confirm
his identity. The point of this story is that all disciples of Jesus
will be raised ... just like the Lord himself was raised!
The Setting: The unmentioned "land" near the shore of the sea from the first and second stories.
Five unique signs for Characters: Jesus, (Simon) the Stone, (John) the disciple Jesus was loving, the one betraying Jesus (Judas Iscariot), and "these" other disciples from the previous story, now called "brothers."
Eleven different signs for "things" mentioned in the story: the land, five characters, the word, the world, books, testimony, and the truth.
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