How God Designed & Created The Earth’s Geological Structure
Unknown to this whole world, just as the Universe and the Geographical Earththe structure or the Earth Planet was also designed according to the same pattern of the tabernacle of the Lord. And in fact, this was very shocking to know after it was revealed, because God, has so well revealed His Glory in it too.
To cause me to understand, the Lord showed me two more scriptures. First, we have Isaiah 40:22:
He (God) sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, and its people are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a canopy, and spreads them out like a tent (tabernacle) to live in.
From the above scripture I realized that God knew that the Earth Planet or this earthly kingdom was circular in shape.
Yet, these words were spoken by Him thousands of years to His prophet called Isaiah before Space scientists came to discover that the Earth planet was actually spherical or circular in shape. I thought this was amazing. But how was He able to know at a time of human history when no one knew about this?
Secondly, the scripture gave information that God is enthroned above the Earth planet. He sits here, watching us steadily, who are like grasshoppers before Him. But though He sees us, we are incapable of seeing Him.
So after seeing the great word, ‘Tent’ in the scripture, I realized that the Planet Earth also had the blueprint of God’s tabernacle, since the word ‘tent’ is the same as tabernacle, but often used interchangeably. Another scripture pulled a surprise.
For this is what the LORD says- He who created the heavens (the Universe), he is God; he who fashioned and made the earth, he founded it; he did not create it to be empty, but formed it to be inhabited- he says: “I am the LORD, and there is no other.
Isaiah 45:18 NIV
The end part of this very important scripture says, ”He did not create it to be empty, but formed it to be inhabited.’’
Combining the two scriptures I could understand that God created the Earth planet with a ‘tabernacle or tent’ pattern with the purpose of it being inhabited by us.
So, for us to know how God used the tabernacle to design the geological pattern of the Earth, we have to first understand how the tabernacle was made.
The Description of the Tabernacle of Moses (God’s Holy Tabernacle)
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When explaining the details of the tabernacle, The Lord’s Spirit helped me to realize that the tabernacle had 3 courts, thus was also 3 dimensional. The tabernacle had an Outer Courtyard, The Inner Court and a Most Holy Place.
The Outer Courtyard
This was the largest court of the Lord’s tabernacle.
Inside Outer Court: Indicated by Arrow
Before a person will enter the Outer Courtyard, there was a Gate in front which one must pass through before getting into the large outer courtyard.
Outer Court Gate
Moreover, the whole courtyard was covered with white linen cloth, fastened to several poles and pegs. In the compound of the Outer Courtyard were two vessels. The first one after the Tabernacle Gate was the Brazen Altar of Burnt Sacrifice.
Altar of Burnt Sacrifice
It was a brass metallic rectangular box with wire mesh inside it. Under the mesh were coals of fire.
At the four corners of this Altar were four extensions called Horns. It was on this Brazen Altar of Burnt Sacrifice that sacrifices like lambs, bullocks and grains of cereals were burnt. Also, the blood of sacrifices was also poured upon it and also in a brazen pan by its side.
The second vessel, right after the Brazen Altar of Sacrifice was the Brazen Laver. The Brazen Laver was a large brazen bowl filled with water to its brim.
Brazen Laver of Water
The priests of the court often washed their hands in this brass pan before entering into the Temple to render services to the Lord God.
The Inner Court
But the first room of the Temple was called the Inner Court or Holy Place. This Inner Court too has a Door in front, which enclosed it. So then, before one enters this room, he had to pass through the Door to get into it.
Inner Court Door
Inside Inner Court
Now, inside the Inner Court we can see a Gold Plated Table on the right side. This table was called The Table of Showbread and on it were 12 flat loaves of bread.
Table of Showbread on the right: Six flat loaves on each side of this Table
These 6 loaves on each side totaled up to 12. On the left side of the Table of Showbread was what was called The Golden Menorah.
According to description, the Golden Menorah was also a vessel of Six (6) golden lamp stands, with seven (7) candle sticks upon it. And the 7 candlesticks were lit frequently with coals of fire to provide light for the entire room of the Inner Court, often called the Holy Place as well.
Candlesticks being lit by a Priest
As fuel for the candlesticks, the priests used Olive Oil. Then again, the Golden Menorah also had engravings of flowers and fruit buds on the stems of each of these 7 candlesticks.
The Altar of Incense
At the far end of the Inner Court, close to the veil shielding the Most Holy Place was The Golden Altar of Incense.
Incense Table: by the veil of Most Holy Place
On this piece of gold plated furniture, incense was burnt. When the incense was burnt, the incense smoke or gas filled the whole Inner Court.
Incense being burnt by Priest
But there were certain ingredients that were used for the incenses. These included Gum, Resin, Onycha, and Galbanum. Now, this floor space in between the Golden Menorah vessel and these other two sets of furniture of the Holy Place was called the Threshing Floor.
Then as one looks into the Holy Place, one can see that the veil shielding the entrance of the Most Holy Place had artistic designs of Cherubs.
Cherubs on Veil: Designs of Eyes Close by
Around these cherubs, you see other designs as well. These designs around the cherubs reflect the eyes on the bodies of cherubs. Cherubs, on the other hand, are celestial beings who have eyes all over them. They live with God in the world we can’t see.
There were also colourful Curtains on the left and of the right hand side walls of the Holy Place: and even in the second and last room called the Most Holy Place are also curtains. But, according to the measurements, the length of this Holy Place was 20 cubits, with breadth too being 20 cubits.
The Most Holy Place
Finally, the last room of this Temple was the Most Holy Place. Though this room was the smallest and last room, it was the most important place of the tabernacle. This was because when Moses had finished constructing the entire tabernacle, it was reported that the people saw God heading down from the skies as fire, and without any particular form, into the Most Holy Place.
Ark of Covenant visited by God’s Glory of Fire
Anytime He went into the Most Holy Place in the appearance of fire He sat upon The Golden Ark of Covenant.
There was no light in the Most Holy Place, but His nature being light and fire produced light for the Most Holy Place. On the gold plated Ark of Covenant Box, were also gold images of cherubs, each one on the side, with their glorious wings spread out to cover God’s face.
God as Light over the Ark of Covenant:
face covered by designed wings of the Cherubs
The Items inside God’s Ark of the Covenant: Yet inside the Ark or the Chest Box on which this fire celestial being sat were other items, which Moses was commanded to set in there.
These included the 2 Tablets of Stone on which the popular 10 commandments were written, the Golden Pot of manna (The golden pot which contained the bread God gave to the children of Israel), the book of the Law, and Aaron’s rod (a rod with shoots of fresh green leaves).
Ark of the Covenant with Vessels inside
Once a year, the High Priest went into this sacred room, called the Most Holy Place to offer sacrifices. He also burnt incense to fill the Most Holy Place: he never went in there when God arrived there.
By measurement, this Most Holy Place had its length to be 10 cubits, and a breadth too to be 10 cubits. Lastly, while the large Outer Courtyard had no covering, the Temple of two rooms, of an Inner Court and a Most Holy Place had roofing made with Badger Skins.
Outer Courtyard Uncovered: Dark Badger Skin over the 2 rooms
The tabernacle itself, its vessels, furniture and all other items are symbolic and also have direct interpretations as well. So for us to understand how the Geology Structure of the Earth was created by God with the same design, we have to perfectly understand the literal and symbolic meanings of the tabernacle and its parts.
How God designed and created the Earth’s Geological Structure
So by the Lord’s instructions, I drew out the positions of the courts and the locations of their vessels and sets of furniture.
The Globe of our footing
Now, over here, we are going to find out what these symbolic and literal interpretations of the tabernacle and it parts mean with regards to this Earth Planet.
The Whole Tabernacle of the Lord: The entire tabernacle of God represents the entire Globe. which has a large Outer Courtyard (the base), second large Inner Court (middle court section), and a Most Holy Place (topmost or upper section), being the smallest part of them all.
A 3 Court Section of the Geological Structure of our Earth Planet
The Divisions of the Globe: In the graphical image below, the 3 separations in the Earth and its structure, represents the Gate (around the globe), the Inner Court or Holy Place Door (separated by the Earth Crust), and the Veil of the Most Holy Place (The sky, which is also called Firmament or Expanse).
These three main divisions divide the Geological Earth into 3 main parts, so that the structure of the Earth has an Outer Court (the first division below), an Inner Court (the middle court section of the Geological Earth) and a Most Holy Place (the topmost division part).
The Divisions of the Geological Structure of the Earth: the sky, the Earth’s Crust and the Earth’s arch
1#The Outer Court of our Geological Earth- Below the Earth’s Crust
Now, it was really incredible that after I had interpreted the two main Vessels of the Outer Court their meanings matched some amazing natural resources deep deep down our Earth’s crust.
All these major resources have been discovered by Geologists as well. Let me show you what I mean.
In Outer Court, the two major vessels present there were:
A. The Brazen Altar of Sacrifice-The brazen Vessel on which the priests made their fire in their Outer Court.
B. The Brazen Laver-This was the Brazen Bowl filled water
So, what do these two main vessels and their parts represent, as far as the Outer Court, that is, the part below the Earth is concerned?
Lets begin with the Brazen Altar of Sacrifice and its parts.
The 4 Horns of the Brazen Altar: We saw that the Altar of Sacrifice had 4 horns. The number 4 in numerology stands for ‘ Earth.’ And the number is also to indicate how many corners the earth has in number. So outwardly, the Earth has four corners.
The Fire made upon the Altar : The fire of the Brazen Altar inside the Outer Court represents fires made under or inside the Earth.
As discovered, in the center of the earth, there is evidence of fire. This is fire is called The Red Hot Molten Magma. This fire, which is found deep inside the Earth is also the source of volcanic fires all over the earth.
The Altar’s Fire
Molten Magma represented by the fire of the Brazen Altar
The Firewood upon the Altar and Gases from the fire: We are aware that firewood is an inflammable substance, and so the firewood stands for Fuel. As discovered, fuel is known to be below the earth. For example, the molten magma has burning gases in within its burning flames.
Apart from that Crude oil is found deep below the Earth. Crude Oil is also known to be an inflammable substance.
(Water is also found below the earth, and so, Oxygen and Carbon dioxide are also part of the gases found in this Outer Court region of the Earth.
The Brazen Laver which was filled with Water to the brim: The water in the Brazen Laver also represents the availability of water below the Earth.
Now, everyone is aware of a water reservoir below the Earth, on which we stand, and this main source of deep water is linked up to all the seas, rivers, lakes and the oceans.
So we dig deep wells into the ground to get water out of the water reservoir called The Water Table. Thus, apart from fire, that is, light and gas, there is water under the Earth’s crust too.
Graphical Image Shows Availability of Water below the Earth’s Crust
The circular shape of the Brazen Laver which was filled of water: The circular shape of the brazen laver was also to symbolize the circular shape of the Earth, which is round or circular in shape. So the outermost design of the Earth is what makes us see the actual design of the globe.
The Use of Brass Elements: Then again, in the Outer Court, both the Altar of Burnt Sacrifice and the Brazen Laver were all made from Brass Element.
NB, Iron is the basic raw material used for making Brass metals. In the Outer Court of our Geological Earth, Iron is in large quantities; We mine Iron below the Earth’s Crust, for economic purposes.
Secondly, Brass with its colour of Brown was to indicate the true colour of the earth and its layers of rocks, which are brown in colour.
Therefore, Water, Fire, Gas, the Soil and Rocks were symbolized by these two important vessels of the Outer Court. Amazingly, these have been the exact products Geologists find under the Earth’s Crust.
Outer Court of the Earth and its Vessels
2# The Inner Court of the Earth-From the Earth’s Crust to the Sky (The Veil)
The Inner Court represents the space in-between the Earth’s Crust and the sky (the veil). And upon the Earth’s crust is where we live.
Now, the Table of Showbread, the Golden Menorah and Table of Incense of God’s Inner Court also have symbolic meanings and representations as far as the Earth Inner Court is concerned. Below are what they represent;
The 12 Loaves of Bread-The Showbread: In Numerology, the number 12 stands for any of the following; Kingdoms, lands, empires, systems, governments, administration, control etc.
So, this number was to represent all forms of kingdoms upon the surface of the Earth. Hence, the graphical image below shows where we the human, plant, animal and the water kingdoms have been situated by God, through the pattern of the tabernacle.
All Kingdoms of the Eco-system symbolized by the number 12
The Golden Menorah (6 lamp stands with 7 Candlesticks): We also said earlier on, that, in the Inner Court, there was a golden vessel made up of 6 lamp stands and 7 candlesticks to provide illumination and heat (light and heat energies) for the entire Inner Court of the Temple.
As the Priest lit up the Candlesticks so our Sun lights up the Globe providing light and vision for all the kingdoms inhabiting the land
Hence, the Light produced by the seven candlesticks was to symbolize Sun-light brought to all the kingdoms on the surface of the earth. The Sun gives both HEAT and DAY-LIGHT to the kingdoms.
Moreover, the golden colour of the menorah symbolizes the golden colour of the Sun’s rays, while the number 7, was to symbolize the 7 phases of the Sun’s burning intensity, which is realized in diverse times of the year, day, hour, day etc.
Diverse intensities, is the reason for the sun being hotter in some parts of the earth than others. Hence, in Africa it so hot, while in the cold regions of Europe and North America, its intensity is so low. God considers these diverse intensities into 7 full heights, throughout the whole Earth.
7 heights of the Sun’s burning Intensities
Now, at night, when the Moon also receives Light from the Sun, it gives us Moonlight. And moreover, the Moon also has 7 phases (The Seven Phases of the Moon; Its starts changing from a no-Moon to a full-Moon.
7 Phases of the Moon-light, evidently seen by all
The flowers and buds of the Menorah: Meanwhile, the flowers and buds on the stem of the candlesticks represents how the Sun’s energy aids in of flowering and budding. This process is known as Photosynthesis, which is also something discovered by scientists.
The Incense (Gas) of the Altar: Over here, God used the incense smoke (the cloud of smoke) which filled the entire Inner Court to indicate the Clouds which move across the length and breadth of the sky. And also to refers to all the gases filling up our atmosphere. Some of the gases of the atmosphere include oxygen, carbon dioxide, as well as nitrogen.
The sweet scent produced by the Incense smoke or gas, was to represent the good smell of nature’s air (O2) which God has given to us within this space.
Clouds and Gases of the Atmosphere represented by Incense Smoke
Winged Creatures and Other flying objects across the Sky
The Flying Wings of Cherubs: The wings of the Cherubs on the Veil (which represented the sky), were to indicate how winged creatures fly across the length and breadth of our Sky. Thus, these were to refer to all the birds that fly across the length and breadth of the sky, each and every day.
We know that both big and small birds fly across the length and breadth of our sky every single day. They move from place to place and from tree to tree in search of food. Two birds among the many ones known to fly across the length and breadth of the sky include the Falcon and the Eagle.
Flying objects across the sky (veil)
Comets too are also seen flying across the skies of heaven or in the observable universe. We see them flying for a while and then vanish away. Now, among objects that fly across the length and breadth of sky include UFOs (i.e. Unidentified Flying Objects). UFO’s are mostly seen in the Northern Hemisphere by those living there.
The Veil Covering the Most Holy Place: The Veil was a Divide in the Inner Court to represent the Sky, while the colours of the Sky were also symbolized by the colours of the curtains of this Inner Court.
It explains why in the Bible God calls the Sky a divide (a division) and also an expanse (something stretched as a curtain). We know that on an average day, the sky appear as blue. However, when there is dawn we see a golden or purple-pink sky; while usually looks dark or ash during rainy seasons when the clouds gather to give us rain.
Veil representing our sky while Colourful Curtains represents the diverse Colours of the Sky
Eyes and the Artistic Designs of Cherubs on the Veil Covering the Most Holy Place: Cherubs are creatures with several eyes upon their bodies.
So the eyes on cherubs over here were to connote the stars, which are like several eyes opened in their individual sockets. We see the stars above us (beyond the sky) in the observable universe any time we lift our eyes to look into Outer Space at night.
We should also remember that stars are capable of creating artistic designs or images according to their positions in certain times of the year.
So an Artistic Design of Cherubs upon whose bodies are eyes, was to indicate how Stars are seen above, creating Artistic Designs called Horoscopes, and as we said they are usually seen at night. God said He would show us signs and wonders with these stars seen beyond the sky.
And God said, ‘’Let there be lights in the expanse of the heavens to separate the day from the night. And let them be for signs and for seasons, and for days and for years…’’
Gen. 1:14; 15, the Gid.
Actually, though we are all supposed to learn and understand the meanings of these signs and symbols created by the Stars, currently, we see Astrologers as main people who study them as a profession.
3# The Most Holy Place of the Earth’s Geological Structure -Beyond the Sky
The Most Holy Place of God’s Temple represented the section or the division beyond the Veil of God’s Temple.
In addition, The Most Holy Place, according to the plan, was were God also came to sit, after the tabernacle was constructed and furnished. Hence, the observable universe, seen beyond the sky, where our Sun is located, represents the Most Holy Place of the globe.
God’s Presence of light and inflammable fire in the Most Holy Place: So then,was to symbolize the Sun’s glory of fire and light which we see above our sky, day in and day out.
God’s presence of light and fire over the Ark of Covenant represents the Sun’s light and fire being.
The reason why the Sun symbolizes God or vice versa is that both God and the Sun are both light and fire beings. The Bible states that God is a consuming fire and He is also a being of light.
We know that God also appeared to the children of Israel as Light and Fire, just as the Sun ‘s nature or glory too is light and fire.
For our “God is a consuming fire.” Heb. 12:29 NIV
This is the message we heard from Jesus and now declare to you: God is light, and there is no darkness…
1 John 1:5 NLT
Hence, God actually created the Sun seen in Space, above the sky (-the Earth’s Most Holy Place), to indicate His glory, which is an illumination of light, a burning sensation of fire, and with energies of life.
The Sun represents God, who is a fire being and a Light too
The Ark of the Covenant in the Most Holy Place: This seat in the Most Holy Place was to symbolize the center-place, where the Sun sits in Space, beyond our clouds or the Sky.
However, the golden colour of the Ark on the other hand was a representation of the golden colour of the Sun’s rays or beam of light.
Moreover, all the other items in the Ark of the Most Holy Place was to represent the Sun’s Nature, benefits, and functions.
Below, we see what the Sun’s functions, benefits and natures are as far as these items of the Most Holy Place are concerned.
a. The Two Tablets of Stone on which the 10 Commandments were written: As realized, Law is used everywhere to connote power, energy and force.
Thus, these laws were representing the power and energy nature of the Sun. Yes, from Space, we know that the Sun gives us energy and power. Some of the energies provided by the Sun include radiation energy (light energy), thermal or heat energy, together with life energies.
b. The Book of the Law: The meaning of the law is the same as the one above. The Sun is also the law giver or the light-energy- giver and god of all celestial beings (bodies).
c. The Incense (or the gas) filing the Most Holy Place: As Incense represents Gas, the gas was also to explain the gaseous nature of the Sun.
As it is well known, the Sun is a mixture of gases (as God’s nature too is). So therefore, this incense gas was there to also connote the Sun’s radiation which is also a mixture of heat and gas, that is felt by us, and all the other kingdoms upon Earth, as well.
d. The Pot of Manna: The Manna was a representation of food. So, humans obtain some form of food from this Sun. Of course, that is in the form of vitamins.
An example of the ‘food’ or nutrient is Vitamin D, and it is discovered by scientists as well.
e. Aaron’s rod which budded: We saw that Aaron’s rod was a rod with green leaves sprouting upon it.
The GREEN LEAF is to indicate the life given to all of us by the Sun, as it aids in the growth and development of biological organisms inside the Ecosystem. And we also know that, the Sun helps green leaves and plants (flowering plants) to grow and to make food for us to eat.
The Dark Badger Skin (The Dark Matter): Here, the covering of Dark Badger Skin was there to represent the dark energy matter (darkness) seen above us, in Space. And the Dark Matter is like a long dark stretched curtain; and it is here that the Stars are located.
We see this effect at night, when we lift up our eyes to look into Space.
The Dark Matter Symbolized by the Dark Badger Skin over the Temple
Hence, this was how God unevenly distributed the resources of the Earth, when He was creating its Geological Structure with the Tabernacle-model. Hence, it was designed and created as a Tent or a Tabernacle for us to dwell in.
(According to God, all the planets (kingdoms/lands) of the Solar System were also created with the same pattern of the Tabernacle, (the pattern of His glory, with several diverse differences).
Thus, that this was how the Lord God had created and designed all planets with this plan. In fact, the glory of the Lord, is in all the Heavens, and also ills all the Earth as the Gods Cherubs have kept stating.
Above him were seraphim, each with six wings…and they were calling to one another: “Holy, holy, holy is the LORD Almighty; THE WHOLE EARTH IS FULL OF HIS GLORY
Isaiah 6:2-3 NIV
Then again, if the earth is a tabernacle, then we actually have to understand what it is made for. We are no more ignorant.
Now, to Him be the glory and honour forever more!
Joy, and lots of love.
(Called, by the Anointing of God).
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