The Lamb Of God

In Christ the fullness of the Godhead dwells bodily. In our Metamath construction we used the group K4 to "model" the full trinity. In it we had one element referring to the group itself, one the Father, and one the Holy Spirit. (And if necessary K4 again as "zero" using (A v B)^c on the elements of K4.)

However we may place Jesus as K4 "sat at the right hand of the Father" - the octal as a K4 subgroup. The most peculiar thing to note is that we must equate Christ also to groups of K4 subgroups using our subgroup addition, so that we form a K4 group along the lines of {(a,b,c),{(a,d,e),(a,f,g)}. There is a single element intersection , say "a " as here. Then under frobenius if {b,d,f} is the static group then we have within out field GF(8) a cyclic group of order three that cycles not just (b,d,f) but also the elements {c,e,g}. (a=1 and is fixed) Thus these three subgroups cycle also, ((a,b,c) => (a,d,e) => (a,f,g) => (a,b,c) (again))

However there is no K4 subgroup in GF(8) containing unity that is cycled to itself (static) as would unity also be under frobenius. That seems strange but it is really the same statement that a static subgroup must not contain unity. Therefore if Jesus really is a subgroup containing unity, He must be the single element intersection of three K4 subgroups (forming a group under subgroup addition) from the right-handed octal, and not from the left. He must therefore once "sat at the right hand of the Father", become as just a single element (unity for preference), and not a plain three element K4 subgroup (as of singletons) except in the left hand octal. That is, if He is to remain static.

That's right, in order for Christ to be present in the right hand and preserved as fixed (and static) under frobenius He must analogously be a K4 subgroup in the left handed octal. In other terms, we have trimmed off "two parts" off the K4 ultrafilter to make Christ sit "at the right hand". I.e. In order for Jesus to be unity.

There is the verse "In all the land I cut off two parts and I bring the third through the fire." Also, since the two elements we have stripped off the K4 ultrafilter are those elements in the K4 ultrafilter construction that are not unity (as K4 containing itself) these missing elements must be the Father and the Holy Spirit. Thus the verse "My God, my God why hast though forsaken me?" is here equivalent to the lamb being "as slain" before the throne, as was Jesus also fully dead on the cross. The life giving and sustaining spirit of God the Father had departed from Him.

To see this in action in our left and right handed columns (together with a seven cycle) examine this snippet. ("a" would be unity in this case. Then frobenius would cycle the three right handed subgroups as above.)

We should note the "fire" in the verse paraphrased above. Take a look at the seven cycle in the snippet here. Those elements that form any right handed subgroup in the seven cycle (a,b,d,c,f,g,e) are aligned with a subgroup in the left-handed octal (the rightmost column). So the first, second and fourth rows are a K4 subgroup in the seven cycle as well as the left-handed octal, whereas the last, penultimate and fourth from bottom form a subgroup in the middle column of the right-handed octal.

It is as if the listing of the octal group had been "reversed" with a relabeling. The left handed column is aligned with the seven spirits in the group C7, (The lamps of "fire" before the throne) whereas the right handed octal is "as hail". I.e., fire burns up,.. hail falls downwards. These terms throughout the revelation I found simply to refer to this reversal of direction.

As to the verses concerning the worthiness of Christ to open the seals on the book at the right hand of God: These seven seals correspond to the seven candidates for unity in each seven cycle. For although any choice for unity from the octal only has four potential static subgroups, there are indeed seven choices for unity from the octal group - although the candidate appears to be singular in C7 as the identity element. Symmetry in the octal allows this arbitrary choice of unity.

Thus we see we are nicely prepared to consider the lamb as slain - sat at the right hand of God, to open the seals on the scroll placed to the Father's right hand. The Son (Jesus Christ - the lamb) could be considered the unity in the sun octal (the Father) and the 24 elders as the 3 automorphisms of each of the eight possible C7 groups per octal. However the lamb is unity which is chosen from the octal. (A subtle distinction.) It would appear that Christ is one of the 24 elders but this is not so - it makes more sense to consider Christ as a K4 subgroup of the octal rather than as an heir to a certain arrangement of the Holy Spirit, in the manner He is configured. The elders have thrones also and "reign with the lamb".

The lamb has seven eyes and seven horns - representative of the Holy Spirit and the Father in the octal. Christ is clearly "not dead" here though we will see the action of the Father upon the seals requires one whom may "have life in Himself as the Father has life in Himself" in order to open the seals. - We shall see that in order for the seals to open the opener must be able to exist aside from God - in a state of "Death". Christ, as the resurrection and the life is ideally suited to this, as He Himself is God, equal with the Father. (As the K4 ultrafilter of the whole trinity.)

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