tree of sacred knowledge – The Forbidden Fruit
The snake asked the woman, “Did God really tell you not to eat from any tree in the garden? “We may eat the fruit of any tree in the garden,” the woman answered, except the tree in the middle of it. God told us not to eat the fruit of that tree or even touch it; if we do, we will die.”
The snake replied, “That’s not true; you will not die. God said that, because he knows that when you eat it you will be like God and know what is good and what is bad, you will know everything”
The woman saw how beautiful the tree was and how good its fruit would be to eat, and she thought how wonderful it would be to become wise. So she took some of the fruit and ate it.
Have you ever wondered what kind of secrets and mysteries Eve discovered in the Garden of Eden, what kind of knowledge, wisdom, and understanding she gained from eating the forbidden fruit?
The Holy Incongruence is a project dedicated to revealing the sacred knowledge contained within the pages of the Bible. Although the Bible proposes not to include evidence of the movement of planets and stars, a global tradition found among most ancient cultures, it is full of such information. Knowledge about astronomy, geometry, mathematics and numbers, veiled in architecture, archetypes, symbols and stories, secrets lost due to misinterpretation and ignorance.
Archeoastronomy is a scientific discipline dedicated to uncovering the astronomical knowledge contained in ancient architecture and myth generally studied in places like the Pyramids in Egypt, Stonehenge in England, and many other megaliths. Somehow, King Solomon’s Temple in the Bible has been omitted; the Word of God has escaped proper scrutiny, yet this oversight can be proven to be folly. The Bible contains numerous examples of ideas incongruent with the beliefs and teachings of orthodox religions, particularly Judaism and Christianity.
The key to unlocking the Bible can be discovered within the legends and rituals related to King Solomon’s Temple found in Freemasonry. Masons do not share their secret knowledge with outsiders, but with proper application, these mysteries can be deciphered and decoded without initiation into the Craft. Beyond mainstream Freemasonry, which concerns rituals and rites, only those dedicated to the path can truly comprehend the meaning of the symbolism and allegories contained within their philosophy. The search for ultimate truth can be compared to the search for the Holy Grail or Philosopher’s Stone. Many embark on the adventure, but few reach the destination.
Knowledge is power that eventually leads to wisdom and should be accessible to anyone desiring to learn. People have a right to choose whether they want to worship or reject God, a right best exercised from an informed perspective. Millions of people have been exposed to Christianity being raised in a Judaeo-Christian society, particularly true of Western cultures. Many are disillusioned by dogmatic religion, superstitious ideology, and the countless scandals embroiling the church. Although spiritual, they turn to other religions and philosophies to fill the void. It’s time to consider an entirely new, at the same time, very ancient understanding of God, an alternative perspective that will shed light on and bring clarity to the profound meaning behind the symbols and philosophy presented in the Bible.
Many of these symbols and philosophies are derived from and shared with different cultures and religions throughout history. A universal and primary understanding of God flows through the teachings of all these ancient cultures. Although the names, rituals and beliefs may differ on a superficial level, on the deepest level, they all speak one language. Sacred geometry, mathematics and numbers form the foundation of this ancient alphabet, expressed through symbols in architecture and the written word. The relevance of this information exists beyond a spiritual inclination: universal geometries speak to all, including those with a secular, humanist, atheist, scientist or rationalist orientation. Geometry, mathematics and numbers are abstract concepts that expand beyond the personification of God. While it may be frightening to some, many will be comforted by the knowledge that God is a number found in every sphere of life, connecting all things in an invisible web of geometric light.
The Holy Incongruence is the Great Transmutation of God dedicated to answering some of humanity’s most fundamental questions: is there an underlying order in the seemingly random chaos? Is this order connected to a divine creator God or an unfathomable force/consciousness that permeates all existence? Or it is down to chance, a random set of meaningless coincidences with no discernible point to it all, apart from the meaning we attach to it.
Genesis Revelations is a five-part book series exploring the mysteries and secrets in the Bible progressively, from human to archetype, God to the cosmos and ultimately, the abstract value of numbers and geometry that lie behind all things. Mary Magdalene and Jesus are the main protagonists in the story.
The first book in the series, Crucifiction of Mary, deals with Mary and Jesus as if they were real people made of flesh and bone; the role of Mary Magdalene and her misrepresentation in the life of Jesus and the New Testament Synoptic Gospels. Decoding John’s Gospel and studying the subsequent interpretation by schools of artists in their Last Supper Art brings new understanding to the story of Mary Magdalene.
The second book in the series, Alchemical Christ, focuses on comparative religion and mythology exploring the original archetypes behind the qualities attributed to Jesus and Mary and the different gods and goddesses of the ancient world.
The third book in the series, Godd Ratio, expands on this topic to include the astronomical or cosmic phenomena that form the basis of the many gods and archetypes characterized by people represented in the Bible. After establishing the connection between Jesus and the Sun or Mary and the planet Venus, clarity comes from exploring the relevance of the numbers and geometries associated with these planets and stars.
The fourth book in the series, Tapestry of Light, looks at expanded cosmic symbolism and the intentional alignment of multiple ancient and modern cities to certain Christian feast days linked to the yearly movement of the sun, planets and constellations.
The fifth book in the series, Star of Good Hope, explores the architecture and symbols found in South Africa that initiated a deeper understanding and led to the discovery of all the information contained in books one to four.