Jesus Feeds the Four Thousand
Miracle 18: The Sacred Geometry Story
This sacred geometry story tells how a large crowd, waiting in a desert for three days to be instructed by Jesus, is fed with 7 loaves and a few small fish, and then the fragments were gathered up into 7 large baskets. The gospel text uses the expression "ixthudia oliga" (small fish a few) but the gematria diagram for Mk 8:07a shows the exact number of fish. The end of the story mentions that there were "about 4,000" in the crowd. Hint: The approximate numbers of small fish and people in the crowd are connected!
This sacred geometry story contains 9 verses, 147 words, and 26 diagrams. The diagrams show how Jesus took a series of 5 verses and 14 diagrams to perform this supernatural miracle. Every word is important, telling where and how each diagram should be constructed.
The Setting: A Wilderness in the Galilee.
The Characters: Jesus, the twelve disciples, a crowd of about 4,000.
Objects mentioned in the story: compassion, three days, the way, loaves, a wilderness, the earth, grace, a few small fish, fragments, seven baskets.
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