Figure 1. Divine Patterning shown for HA when a 0.15 M NaCl solution of HA fragments is electrosprayed onto a glass slide.
The presence of divine patterning in nature is well known. However, many people probably are not aware that divine patterns can store and transfer divine information. Did God, who is omniscient and omnipresent, write his name—through divinely inspired scribes—on his living creatures? Are there “hidden messages” stored within our hydrated biomaterial veil—hyaluronic acid (HA)? This prophetic messaging could be designed so as to be revealed thousands of years in the future (Daniel 12:4). There is no better example of this fact than in the temple veil described by Moses (Exodus 26) and Ezekiel (Ezekiel 1). More specifically, the biomaterial veil—hyaluronic acid—is such a pattern. It has a story to tell. Such timeless messaging by a hydrated biomolecule has a divine purpose. The name of the structure’s genesis in water is an acronym for God in Hebrew. HaShem (HA Synthases and Hyaluronidases form the Extracellular Matrix). Moreover, its self-assembly into hydro-images reveals the Gospel. This biomolecule reveals indisputable proof that God was in the flesh (John 10:30) and that we are the temple of God (1 Cor 3:16). As a pattern of heavenly things, the Hebrew tabernacle was made by the hands of man. The death, burial, and resurrection of Christ allowed him to enter the heavenly sanctuary on our behalf (Hebrews 9:24).
The Gospel Messages
Figure 2. Ezekiel’s assertion that the Spirit of the Living Creature is in the wheels speaks to the biomaterials vehicle that took God to earth, which is Christ. The helices of HA and water form a composite with the Spirit in the middle of the wheels.
“The spirit of the Living Creature in the wheels (Eze 1:20)” speaks of the trans-dimensional veil that separates the physical world from the spiritual realm. On the physical side are patterns of heavenly things—a mere reflection. Yet, the hope we have is our faith in the Gospel. In Turner’s discovery, a scientific hypothesis is formulated based on an object described in excruciating detail thousands of years ago. The Gospel of Christ was prophesied by Isaiah, expressed as a temple by Moses, visualized as a transporter between heaven and earth by Ezekiel, which makes a grand return to heaven according to John. Without a doubt, these prophecies could not have originated from humans, but only from our Creator.
The tabernacle (temple) built by Moses per God’s instructions was but a pattern of the heavenly sanctuary. The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit are one in heaven (1 John 5:7). But, The Blood, The Water, and The Spirit are one on earth (1 John 5: 8). What exactly does this mean? It seems to me that the stage was set for man’s redemption. The Spirit is the breath of life for the living creature, whose soul is doomed due to sin. Therefore, our blood, our water, and our spirit must be made one in Christ (John 14:20). Why? The reason is that all things consist in Christ (Col 1:17) and he alone is righteous. Unless we are “born again” or cloaked in his righteousness, we cannot be one on earth with Christ, who died, resurrected, and now sits on the right hand of The Father in heaven.
Figure 3. God has given us eternal life and that life is in Christ (1 John 5:11).
The Rapture is the cloaking of fallen man within the veil, who is Christ. The glorified body of Christ is a testimony to his victory over death, hell, and the grave. Due to our free-will choices, the heart is our cloaking device. Recall that God is a discerner of our thoughts and the intent of the heart. Those filled with The Spirit bear witness to the The Blood and The Water that we are in Christ as Christ is in us (John 14:20).