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If you are not familiar with the Bible Matrix, you must put this book down at once!

Introduction from Schema Volume 1

Have you understood all these things?” They said to him, “Yes.” And he said to them, “Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a master of a house, who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.” (Matthew 13:51-52)

If you are not familiar with the Bible Matrix, you must put this book down at once! Clearly, you are literate, but unfortunately not in the way that this particular book requires.

Schema assumes that the reader is familiar with “systematic typology,” the study of the historical and literary fractal pattern that governs the composition of the Bible, revealing not only its beauty but also its internal logic and depth of meaning. It also assumes that the reader has some level of proficiency in the symbolic language of the Bible, as explained by James B. Jordan in his groundbreaking work Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World. If this is not you, then you have some catching up to do. However, if you delight in the Bible as I do, this work will be a labor of love. The discovery of its musical poetry and miraculous integration is food for the soul of the saint far beyond the standard fare, a feast of kingly delicacies and top shelf liquor to which you are heartily invited.

The analyses that follow vary in complexity but each reveals another facet of the Bible as a literary wonder. Since every part of the Scriptures bears the same image and plays upon the same pattern, each text sheds light on every other text. The number of possible combinations and comparisons is practically infinite, so centuries of rewarding work in this fresh field of study lie ahead of us.

If my warnings fail to discourage you and you are tempted to steal a taste of this royal fruit, perhaps venture into the first few chapters. It is a steep path but there is scenery enough from the mountain peaks in Chapter One to give you a glimpse of the implications of this method and the adventures that await you. From the lofty heights of even these elementary points, your primary discovery might just be the schooled myopia of the uninspired scribes who currently govern Christian academia.

Since more can be said about every passage than is recorded here, I exhort you to meditate upon each one for yourself. You will observe things never previously noticed by mortal eyes, Easter eggs hidden in the text by our Father for those with the faith of a child. My personal finds are now prized possessions and dear literary companions, but most of all they are revelations of the nature of miracles—beautiful, inexplicable, and fully formed from the beginning, just like the Creation itself.

Since I am not the author of these works, merely the one who is unearthing ancient treasures from the depths of the mind of God, I hope these discoveries bring as much joy, wonder, and bolstering of faith to you as they have to me.

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