Page 4- Garden Of Eden
B-Next we change the statement, adding to it by leaning on our own understanding.
C-Next, we test it. Then, if it doesn't work, or collapses under the test, we throw it away.
When Eve added to what God said, she created her own "religion" her own set of rules. Then when she tested it, and "touched it", she didn't die. No one said she would. She was not to eat of it. Nothing was said about touching it. She adds to what God said, and then she finds it doesn't work. Now she thinks God lied.
D-Now the deadly trap is set. We add our own ideas to a truth. Then we test it and it doesn't work. So then we "Throw God away - Religion doesn't work." Etc. When Eve touched the fruit, and she didn't die, she thinks God lied. Now she eats of the fruit, exactly what Satan wanted.
7-Faith (there are twelve basic ways we live by faith) LFKBFDFCSUFHI
Forgiveness (from God),
Convince (to believe the truth),
Since this system of hydrocarbons imitate with an artificial world, we can be deceived by what we see, hear, taste, touch or smell. For example: Raise your right hand in a mirror. The person in the mirror raises his left hand. Therefore we assume that mirrors reverse images from right to left, but this is not the case. When we hold up letters or words to a mirror they are reversed, but that is because WE reversed them when we faced the mirror. The mirror didn't reverse the image, WE DID. Other everyday objects around us deceive us as well - colors we see, flavors we taste, things we smell, etc.
Just as we are deceived by things around us in the real world, so also we are deceived by an invisible world:
a-The way we think
b-Things we believe
c-How we formulate opinions, philosophies. The first five ways we perceive (see, hear, taste, touch, smell) are in the real, physical world, and two ways we perceive in the invisible world - the way we think & believe.
More will be discussed concerning this later...
Each orbit of electrons can hold only the designated number shown.
Light (Photons) are emitted from each atom in the universe when:
1-When an electron from one orbit drops into a lower orbit,
it "ejects" an electron from that orbit to go into a different one.
2-When this happens, a photon is given off. This is known as "Quanta"
The protons/neutrons in a nucleus have a 10-15 pound attraction/repulsion.
This is staggering when considering their size!
Turning Sound into LIGHT
"And God SAID, 'Let there be light', and there was light"
Around the 1920's the technology of Sonar was first being introduced to the world. In use with detecting enemy submarines in WW I, it was fast becoming a much needed scientific breakthrough. However, as with many laboratory experiments, unusual phenomena may be observed - giving way to a completely new field - which we today call Sonolumenescence.
Sonolumenescence is the unique ability of turning sound into light. It was first stumbled upon in 1934 by H. Frenzel and H. Schultes of the University of Cologne, Germany. Essentially, it is the ability of acoustical energy bombarding molecules of water. But the results of such an action, taking into consideration much controlled conditions, is fantastically more intense than one may presume at first glance. For the action that takes place is to compress a bubble of air trapped in water to 1,000,000,000,000 it's own weight! Once this is accomplished, a flash of ultraviolet light - lasting only picoseconds, with the air bubble become hotter than the surface of the sun.
Not only is mind boggling statistics cited above enough to make the average head swim, but also consider the fact that the acoustical energy that bombards this air bubble is concentrated so as to amplify it 1,000,000,000,000 (One trillion) times! Such a phenomenon can cause this process of turning sound into light over 30,000 times a second.
D. Felipe Gaitan and Lawrence A. Crum, who worked at the Naval Postgraduate School and the University of Washington respectively, also did research on this experiment. Not only were they able to produce similar results, which they called "light emitting bubbles", but also were able to find ways to create "single-bubble luminescence".
Dr. Seth Putterman of the University of California and Bradley P. Barber of U.C.L.A. decided to take the findings of these previous scientists, in addition to their methods and results, and reproduce this phenomenon.
Using ordinary flasks, an oscilloscope, a photomultiplier tube and a typical home stereo, they proceeded to recreate the experiment. With the use of a transducer, they were able to turn oscillating voltage into mechanical vibration - essentially forming the sound waves in the flask of boiling water.
Without getting too technical, simply explained, they injected an air bubble through a syringe in the flask and bombarded it with the equivalent of 110db of sound resembling a smoke detector.
Flashes of light were produced 35 microseconds in length, although extremely sensitive light sensors were required to detect this phenomenon.
Considering the fact that the process occurs so rapidly, the fact remains that an incredible state is taking place. Water pressure first drops, allowing the air bubble to swell. This expansion continues until a phenomenon the sound wave creates changes from "rarefaction" to "compression". The pressure difference from the inside of the air bubble and outside suddenly creates a catastrophic collapse to 1/100 it's size. Such a scenario is likened to atomic fission principle. A light flash is emitted at the point when the air bubble is at it's minimum radius.
Believe it or not, the above experiment explains why propellers on ships become corroded, even though they are never exposed to air. The speed at which the propeller is spinning in the water produces a similar scenario, producing air bubbles which collected on the propeller.
All of this describes scenarios that amaze us in science that demonstrate principles God described centuries ago, especially in Genesis 1:1.
Carbohydrates & Hydrocarbons
There are seven carbohydrates that light produces in vegetation: Sucrose, glucose, dextrose, lactose, frucose, levulose and maltose. From this we find fruit, honey, corn, milk and wheat.
The process of photosynthesis is an amazing one: The light strikes the green (chlorophyll) in the leaves of trees, plants, etc. - which essentially is a manufacturing "plant". The vegetation takes the hydrogen out of the H2O in the ground, then takes the carbon out of the CO2 in the air, and create a new substance CH, or carbohydrates.
The living species on Earth ingest the various forms of these carbohydrates, and through a process called "ferments", are able to break down the carbohydrates back into carbon and hydrogen. The hydrogen is assimilated into the blood stream in digestion (truly, the "life of the flesh is in the blood"), and the carbon is given off as a waste product, eventually disposed of into the ground. This is "natural" fermentation - taking place naturally in living organisms.
Another form of fermentation - which is often referred to as "natural" fermentation - is that phenomenon in which forms of carbohydrates die, decay and "ferment" when left long enough at room temperature or even in your refrigerator. In reality, this is "unnatural" fermentation, because it is a process that occurs which is opposed to that which happens in the human body.
Once the carbohydrates decay in your backyard compost pile or other means of disposal, they go into the ground and become part of the world of hydrocarbons, and this is where the subject gets diabolical. Not only do we have seven carbohydrates that light produces in vegetation, but now the fermented carbohydrates turn into a system composed of seven hydrocarbons: Paraffins, Unsaturated, Alcohols, Acids, Esters, Oils and Aromatics.
Depending on the ability to "refine" or treat these hydrocarbons, we are able to produce candle wax from paraffins, synthetic rubber from unsaturated hydrocarbons, rubbing alcohol, denatured alcohol, forms of acids (formic acid, incidentally, is what produces bee stings and nettle plants!). From esters we produce artificial perfumes and artificial flavoring. From oils and petroleum products we refine and produce various types of kerosenes, diesel fuel, gasoline, formaldehyde, turpentine, paint remover, nail polish, nail polish remover, dyes, petroleum products to produce pigment in ink for the printing industry, toner in copying machines, etc.
Carbohydrates - life giving
1. Sucrose from Cane, Beet sugar
2. Glucose from Cane, Beet sugar
3. Dextrose from Corn
4. Lactose from Milk
5. Fructose from honey, flower nectar
6. Levulose from Fruit, Honey
7. Maltose from Wheat
Fermentation of carbohydrates:
Fermented sugar = Ethyl Alcohol
Fermented wheat = Grain Alcohol
Fermented Corn = Gasohol
Fermented Apple Juice = Hard Cider, Vinegar
Fermented Bread = Yeast = Carbon Dioxide, Alcohol
A system of darkness that steals, kills, destroys, imitates, and counterfeits.
(artificial light, heat, energy)
(alcoholic beverages, etc.)
Methyl (wood alcohol)
Ethyl (fermented sugar)
(bee stings, nettle plants red ants)
(artificial coloring, dyes)
Miscellaneous:Although there are over 2,000,000 compounds, below are just a sample of some of them, which are found in the above categories:
Facial mask creams
Nail Polish remover
Toner in copying machines
Whipped cream cans
Many are also present in your foods - check ingredients:
Beverages, (soft drinks)
Petroleum derivatives are also used to "polish"