Scarlet Point is a theory about how three “facts” come together forming a startling picture of the Universe we live in, potentially solving some of the deepest and oldest mysteries regarding God, the origin and nature of the Universe and just how red blood drops dripping from a cross might tie all these together into a stunning mosaic of ultimate wonder.
Space, Time, Matter and Energy all flow from a shattered state referred to in Science as “Broken Symmetry.
Scientist seemingly cannot measure the foundational behavior of Space/Time – Matter/Energy without appealing to an all pervading field of something resembling consciousness.
The Bible reveals that Christ is “Slain From The Foundation Of The World”, “The Beginning of The Creation Of God”, “In Whom We Live And Move And Have Our Being”, “By whom all things consist”, -all remarkably illustrated when Jesus took of soil & stream and said, “This is my body, which is broken for you.”
Wild as it may sound, it appears like the Universe we live in is the broken body of Christ, “in whom we live and move and have our being”, “by whom all things consist.” No wonder Christ said the following about himself;
- Unless you eat of my flesh and drink of my blood, you have no life.
- Take, eat, this is my body which is broken for you.
- I am the bread of life.
- I am the vine, ye are the branches.
If this correlation turns out to be meaningful, it could inject an entirely new scale of meaning into the biblical narrative beginning with Abraham and ending with the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD.
Furthermore, it could introduce a revolutionary conversation thread into the overheated and exhausted debate between science and the Judeo/Christian worldview.
The Eucharist may just have a much deeper cosmic meaning than anyone ever expected.
I am currently exploring the details of this amazing idea in a religious/thriller series titled, “The Daughter’s Blood, and how the world began.”
Meanwhile, ask yourself this question, “if Jesus really does constitute the Universe as Paul suggests in Colossians, where would the fingers of science touch him?
If you are a Bible scholar, research why most commentators and translators refuse to translate Revelations 13:8 literally from the original Greek.
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