The Life of the Flesh is in the Blood
For the life of the flesh is in the blood; and I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh atonement by reason of the life (Leviticus 17:11)
The HaShem (HA) Veil kept our souls from entering Holy Places until Christ
First of all, hyaluronic acid (HA) acts as a DNA veil during “biomatrixgenesis.” This is consistent with divinely inspired cell morphogenesis, cell proliferation, and stem cell genesis. According to the Bible, “the life of the flesh is in the Blood. And, it is the Spirit who gives life“. For example, science shows that “life does exist in the blood.” Furthermore, we can find evidence and substance of unseen things through faith (Hebrew 11:1). “Hidden messages” in blood prove all things consist in Christ (Colossians 1:17). As living temples, we resemble the tabernacle design of Moses. That is to say, they have similar patterns, including embroideries. In any case, this shows our designer is also our Creator and Redeemer. To be sure, the dividing cell reminds us of the temple veil that separates the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place.
Law of the Spirit of Life
After Man sins, an impenetrable veil once separated us from our Creator. However, God ripped opened the curtain after accepting the Blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ (“The Lamb of God“). Before Christ’s sacrifice, the Leviticus high priest would sprinkle the blood of bulls onto the altar. Now through Yeshua (Jesus), we are “born again” of the Spirit. No doubt, we are the temple of God. And, the Holy Spirit dwells within the veil. (1 Cor. 3:16). In the Spirit and through the Blood, we can boldly go into the Most Holy Place.
The HA temple view
Consider that the temple veil which once came between our Creator and us is “rent.” Could it be that the HA biologic veil has a story to tell? It appears that HA, DNA, and laminin participate in a “Messianic skit” in blood. In the “skit,” mitochondrion DNA is the seed of the woman, laminin from the LAMB gene is a pattern of the cross, and HA is the temple veil. Incredibly, HA can hydro-image the Hebrew temple embroideries.
As seen in Exodus 36: 9, the length of one linen curtain in the tabernacle curtain array is 28 cubits. In fact, this compares to an HA helical pitch of 28 angstroms. According to the scriptures, eleven curtains were stitched together in the Hebrew temple. Interestingly, this is analogous to an array of 11 HA hexamers (66). In any case, there are 66 books in the Holy Bible. Finally, this 66 number is in agreement with the 22 amino acids encoded by DNA triplet codons (3).
Biomolecules and the Veil
It would be interesting if all biological molecules in blood agree with water and the Spirit. The idea being that the Blood, the Water, and the Spirit agree in one on earth (1 John 5:8). HA shows that it agrees in One, the flesh of Christ as the veil. Could DNA in the Blood tell its story similarly to HA as hydro-images? It appears to do exactly that.
Lastly, it is stunning that the cross-like cell adhesion molecule laminin has a helical tail. Analogously, this helical tail could disrupt the HA biologic veil (Mathew 15: 38). Similarly, DNA with “dreadfully high rings” describes Ezekiel’s wheel. And, The inner workings of the wheels provide additional evidence for Turner’s research.
(1) As the blood of the victim is identical with its life and craddles the soul of man, God has appointed a substitute for the sinner’s life. Consider the remark of the Apostle, “without shedding of blood there is no remission of sin” (Hebrews 9:22).
(2) . The soul or life, with which man lives, is in the blood of the heart. Therefore, blood is the vessel of the soul to carry in it central heat, and food to parts of the body; and hence the animal only dies when the blood is gone. (Leviticus 11:17)
(3). The repetitive theme throughout this blog is that a previously hidden message confirming the gospel appears as hydro-images. Amazingly, each visual episode reveals the truth of the gospel, which fits together like a puzzle.
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