The Glory of the Father and the Son

The Unity of the Father and the Son at the end (also beginning) of Time







The glory of the Son was built  on the Cross; while the glory of the Father was built on the Blessed Trinity. The Blessed Trinity is represented by the Trinity Triangle WNO, and the glory of the Father is
the circle enclosing the right angled triangle. The Glory of the Son is the circle enclosing the cross.
The area of the cross, WNO, is equal to the right angled triangle WNO; which implies that the cross is equal to the Blessed Trinity. It also means that the glory of the Father is equal to the glory of the Son.

At the state of perfection, WNO is equal to 777. W = 7, N = 7, and O = 7. 7 means perfection or Love, W means the Father, O means the Son, and N means the Holy Spirit. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are equal to WON; which implies that the people of God have won the victory. The Father and the Son won through the work of the Holy Spirit of God. The Holy Spirit is the advocate, the helper and the defender. He judges on behalf of God’s people, while the Father judges no one; neither does the Son.

777 means perfection by the three messengers. The three messengers are three angels A, B, and C. A is angel Raphael, B is angel Michael, and C is angel Gabriel. The word angel is replaced by the word angle in diagrammatic representations of the glory of God. 

Note that the difference between the word angel and the word angle is that the positions of letter l and letter e are interchanged.

Angel Gabriel began revealing the Father. When the message of Gabriel attained perfection, the throne of the Father was set up on earth.

Perfection of the work of Gabriel was attained immediately John raced down and got there first to the tomb where Jesus was buried after the resurrection of Jesus Christ. John getting there first was the Eastern Orthodox Church emerging first.

“Then Peter and the other disciple went to the tomb. The two of them were running, but the other disciple ran faster than Peter and reached the tomb first.” (John 20:3-4)

‘The other disciple’ means John. The Eastern Orthodox Church is the Church of John and the abode of Angel Gabriel. John was Noah who prophesied about the Apocalypse – the imminent destruction of the earth. John’s (Noah’s) prophecy of the Apocalypse is the last book of the Holy Bible, known as The Book of Revelation or THE REVELATION TO JOHN. The prophecy contained in the Book of Revelation was a flood that swept through the entire history of the human race, submerging everything on earth.

The right angled triangle 777 is the crown of glory of Noah (John). The crown of glory is the Blessed Trinity. This crown manifested as the three sons of Noah who emerged from the boat after the flood and became the ancestors of all the people on earth.

“The sons of Noah who went out of the boat were Shem, Ham, and Japheth. (Ham was the father of Canaan.) These three sons of Noah were the ancestors of all the people on earth.” 
 (Genesis 9:18-19)

Since Noah (John) was the Father of the three ancestors of all people on earth, John (Noah) was the father of all people on earth. John (Noah) is the Eastern Orthodox Church. Therefore, the Eastern Orthodox Church is the father of the Church on earth. The Church is the throne of God on earth. Therefore, the Eastern Orthodox Church was the throne of God the Father on earth.

The race to perfection was a race to the throne of God the Father. Although John (Noah) was the first to attain the state of righteousness, he didn’t see the glory.

“He bent over and saw the linen wrappings, but he did not go in” (John 20:5)

‘The linen wrappings’ is righteousness.

Abraham (Peter), who came later, didn’t only attained the state of righteousness like Noah, but found the glory as well.

“Behind him came Simon Peter, and he went straight into the tomb. He saw the linen wrappings lying there and the cloth which had been round Jesus’ head. It was not lying with the linen wrappings but was rolled up by itself” (John 20:6-7)

‘The cloth which had been round Jesus’ head’ is the glory. The glory is the light - the Crown of the Saints. This proves that it wasn’t only about the body of Christ, which is represented by the Eucharist; but about the light of Christ as well. The Light was the Divine Wisdom of Christ. The Divine Wisdom of Christ was about Philosophy, Logic and subjecting things to rational scrutiny.

Peter (Abraham) was the Roman Catholic Church who initially was lagging behind the Eastern Orthodox Church in righteousness, but came from behind to attain the state of righteousness and went ahead to become the master of reason. 

What this means is that the Roman Catholic Church was asking questions and seeking answers; and they titled the unanswered questions mysteries.

There were mysteries shrouding the Holy Bible, and the mysteries could only be unraveled if the questions were asked. These mysteries were hidden treasures; and men were to seek, ask and find.
 The angel who was revealing the mysteries to the Roman Catholic Church was Angel Michael. By doing so, God was crushing all enemies under the Church

“For Christ must rule until God defeats all enemies and puts them under his feet.” 
 (1 Corinthians 15:25)

Christ is the Light. Since the Catholic Church is the cradle of Divine Wisdom, the Catholic Church is the Light. And since Christ is the Son, the Catholic Church was the Son ruling while God was defeating all enemies and putting them under His feet. 

The throne of the Father is meant for the Father. To sit on the throne means that one has attained the state of the Father. Christ, who was the Son, went to sit at the right hand of the Father when he attained the status of the Father. The requirement for him to assume the status of the Father is that he himself has given birth to a Son. Noah Sat there because he (Abraham) was the Son (descendant) of Noah. The Catholic Church got to where God the Father is, and assumed the full status of the Father like the Eastern Orthodox Church immediately Christ came out of the Catholic Church to the earth. The Fatherhood was symbolized by the Catholic Pope sitting with the Pope of the Eastern Orthodox Church. 

So, Pope Francis was Father Abraham and Pope Bartholomew I was Father Noah. This union is the glory of the Father and the Son. In the past each was riding on his own glory. But today their separate glories are united under God as one glory of God.

“When all things have been placed under Christ’s rule, then he himself, the Son, will place himself under God, who placed all things under him; and God will rule completely over all.”
 (1 Corinthians 15:28). 

How was Noah the father of Abraham? Abraham was the son of Noah by virtue of the order of the Covenant. God had a Covenant with Noah first.

‘God said to Noah and his sons, “I am now making my covenant with you and with your descendants, and with all living beings – all birds and all animals – everything that came out of the boat with you. With these words I make my covenant with you: I promise that never again will all living beings be destroyed by a flood; never again will a flood destroy the earth.’ (Genesis 9:8-11)

Then God entered into another covenant with Abram:

“The LORD made a covenant with Abram. He said, I promise to give your descendants all this land from the border of Egypt to the River Euphrates, including the lands of the Kenites, the Kenizzites, the Kadmonites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Rephaim, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites, and the Jebusites.”  
(Genesis 15:18-21)

Between Noah and Abram there was no other covenant. Immediately God made covenant with Abram, Noah had a son, and Noah attained the state of the Father. This means that God’s covenant was first with the Eastern Orthodox Church, then with the Roman Catholic Church. The sphere of promise of God to these two Churches is contained in the promises he made to them in the two covenants.