Firstly, hyaluronic acid (HA), a biomatrix molecule, serves as a scaffold for the self-assembly of living creatures. Moreover, the HA veil within us is a pattern of the original temple veil. Without a doubt, God is the “Designer” of the Leviticus tabernacle curtains. As a result, descriptions of the veil selvedge in the coupling and temple embroidery are in the Holy Scriptures. Interestingly, these patterns are also in the biological molecule, hyaluronic acid (HA). This discovery proves that we are the living temple of God. Consider that the cherubim embroidery within the veil reflects our expulsion from the Garden of Eden. After the Blood sacrifice, the Spirit transports our soul through the torn veil.
HA Molecular Modeling
Hidden messages within the veil prove that our Creator is our Redeemer. Also, HA molecular modeling data agree with the biblical description of the temple veil. I am convinced what happens at the cross reverberates throughout time. As a result, messages hidden in the veil declare the “Gospel of Jesus Christ.” As the temple of God, we have a temple veil of the same design.
As expected, HA performs specific functions in concert with other biomolecules. To be sure, HA also has a divine metaphysical role. Consequently, the physical description of the Hebrew temple veil in Exodus and Ezekiel matches that of hyaluronic acid (HA).
Interestingly, this post suggests that HA forms the scaffold for the bio-matrix-genesis of living creatures. For example, there is a “Messianic skit” in blood, which confirms the Gospel. Also, HA self-assembling hydro-images illustrate the Gospel within the veil. As a such, this proves that Water, the Blood, and the Spirit agree in One on earth. In essence, our cover (the veil) protects us from a Holy God. Once born again, we are between the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place. It seems that we must consider divine patterns as pointing to Jesus Christ (Yeshua). For example, since the Spirit in the wheels is Yeshua, this pattern resembles the sanctuary. This connects the Hebrew tabernacle to the heavenly sanctuary and to the body of Christ. In this way, Christ is our sanctuary and our refuge. As our cover, we can now pass from death into life.
Finally, the term “biomatrixgenesis” expresses how life forms. Consider that science must include the spiritual aspects of life. In any case, science is a useful tool with which to study of Our Creator.
In this scheme, one can see how loops can form hydrated hubs, which are idea incubators for stem cell genesis. Noticeably, is the ease with which HA shifts its matrix elements. It appears that HA fragments varying in chain lengths can self-assemble according to a divine metaphysical script. If our thoughts contribute to matrix embroidery, then faith in the Gospel may have physical as well as spiritual consequences. Perhaps the soul has to transcend the flesh (veil) to enter holy places in the Spirit. Be that as it may, being born again of water and of Spirit makes sense.
Unexpectantly, divinely inspired engineering is popular today. Despite this fact, the science community refuses to acknowledge that we ourselves are a design. Our image then holds the key to the Gospel—the singular objective of bible scripture. Therefore, this blogger uses hypotheses established from faith in the bible to confirm scientific observations. In other words, science and faith are used to prove the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Yeshua). Finally, beautful mathematical derivations such as the Euler identity and the normalized wave function, confirm that “all things consist in Christ” (Col. 1:17).
More on HA
- Elstad, Catherine A., and Howard L. Hosick. “Contribution of the extracellular matrix to growth properties of cells from a preneoplastic outgrowth: possible role of hyaluronic acid.” Pathobiology 55.6 (1987): 313-321.
- Kogan, G., et al. “Hyaluronic acid: A biopolymer with versatile properties.” Handbook of Polymer Research: Monomers, Oligomers, Polymers, and Composites. New York: Nova Science Publishers (2007): 393-439.
Balazs, Endre A. “The role of hyaluronan in the structure and function of the biomatrix of connective tissues.” Structural Chemistry 20.2 (2009): 233-243.