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Jesus and Simon Walk on Water

geometer moraliseespacerMatthew 14:22-33

Matthew 14:22-33

The Sacred Geometry Story

Matthew’s version of how Jesus walked on water is very similar to Mark except for one extraordinary event - Simon Peter walks on the water to meet Jesus! According to church father Papias (ca. AD 135), Mark was Simon Peter's interpreter. But if Mark actually recorded Simon Peter's memoirs, this brings up the following two questions:
If Simon Peter actually walked on water with Jesus, why didn't he tell Mark?
If Peter did tell, why didn't Mark write about it?

John also has a version of this miracle. Matthew said the ship was many stadia from land. John then supplies more information. He says the ship was 25 or 30 stadia from land. So why does John never mention the miracle of Simon Peter walking on water?

Then the Gospel of Luke who promised to investigate everything accurately, and to write it all down in an orderly sequence, never mentions this miracle. What's going on here? Walking to a ship full of witnesses, in the middle of the Sea of Galilee, through the waves on the surface of the water, at night during a raging storm is one of the most significant miracles Jesus performed during his life on earth.

I have accurately investigated all three stories. Using gematria, each account produces an orderly sequence of signs that allows Jesus by himself, or Jesus and Simon together, to walk on water. Each gospel account is a Sacred Geometry story from start to finish.

Setting: the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee by a mountain.

The Characters: Jesus, the crowds, the twelve disciples, Simon the Stone, a phantom, the Son of God.

Signs of objects mentioned in the story: the boat, the other side, a mountain, land, the sea, the waves, the waters, the wind, stadia, the fourth watch of the night.

| 22a 22b 22c | 23a 23b | 24a 24b 24c | 25 | 26a 26b 26c | 27a 27b 27c |
| 28 | 29a 29b 29c 29d | 30a 30b 30c | 31a 31b | 32 | 33a 33b |

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