For the Notice of the Parousia

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6th/6 historical periods of the 400 years of the For the Notice of the Parousia on the 5th/8 levels; the national level extent, scope or context of providential history in the Age of Image Time-identity which roughly parallels the 2000 years of the approximate Astrological Arian Age.

For the Readiness of the Parousia

The For the Notice of the Parousia covers the 400 year period of time of BC AYN 399 through AYN 0.

The dynamic image (24-30 FPS) of the minor arcana [1](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) that is attributed to the For the Notice of the Parousia is King of Wands.

King Saul to Restore Moses' 40 Year Period

Had King Saul accomplished the dispensation to build the Temple during the 40 years Period of the Kingship of Saul, one of the indemnity conditions he would have restored horizontally through indemnity was the 40 years of the Third National Course Wandering in the Wilderness. After King Saul lost faith and this dispensation failed, this indemnity period of 40 years had to be restored as a vertical extension of horizontal restoration. The 400-year period For the Notice of the Parousia is setting with the scene for the purpose by the Messiah.[2]

Jacob's 40 Year Period

This Period of the Parousia Preparation is the Image Time-identity to the 40-year Period of Preparation for Egypt while in Canaan in the age of Symbolic Time-identity parallels extending since the time Jacob returned to Canaan in BC AYN 1762 until his family entered Egypt at the invitation of his son Joseph in BC AYN 1723. It was to restore that earlier period through parallel indemnity conditions.[2]

Also See

Specifics

1. Divine Principle (1996)

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Period of Jewish Captivity and Return For the Notice of the Parousia Period of Slavery in Egypt

Footnotes

  1. Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdue or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665
  2. 2.0 2.1 dp96-2-3.3.6

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