Major Principles for Bible Understand
Why a code?
The Consistency Principle
		Any element of the code that is found to be true for one account, is true for
	every account in the whole Bible.

The Prophetic Principle
		Every scripture has a greater meaning. Every scripture is prophetic having a
	further fulfillment. The further fulfillment is usually the greater meaning.

The Power Principle
	Every word has power in the greater meaning if not in the literal meaning.
The Repetition Principle
		If a phrase, a concept, or a non-trivial word is repeated in an account then
	that word, phrase, or concept has a greater key symbolic meaning.

The Immediate Repetition Principle & Double Exclamation Principle
		If a word or phrase or concept is recited two or three or any number of times
	successively in an account, then it has two or three or that number of distinct greater
	meanings, further fulfillments

The No Coincidences Principle
		There are no coincidences in the bible. Every apparent coincidence is appointed
	by God

The Designations Principle
		If one character in an account is referred to by several different designations,
	then each designation can stand for a different character in the symbolic meaning

The Symbolic meaning of 7
		If there are ' 7 things' in a bible account, then these things are successive in

The Times Principle, the Generalization of Daniel 4
		The phrase 'n times' can mean 'n years' or 'n years of years' which is '360n

The Numerical Principle
		A given number of living or inanimate items in a bible account can stand
	symbolically for that number of 'Times'. A 'Time' can stand literally or symbolically
	for a day, a month or a year.

The Successive Descriptions Principle
		If a creature or thing is described successively in two or three or any number
	ways, then there are two or three or that number of distinct further fulfillments,
	greater meanings of said creature or thing.

The Jigsaw Principle of the Code
		An interpretation is true if and only if it satisfies every scripture in the
	bible relating to the subject of the interpretation

The Omission Principle
		If an account contains an obvious and glaring omission, then the further
	fulfillment of the account involves this omission.

The Irrelevant Detail Principle
		There is none. The more irrelevant the detail appears to be in the literal
	meaning, the more relevant it must be in the symbolic meaning.

The Parallel Account Principle - Spot the Difference
		If there are 2 or 3 or 4 parallel accounts of an event, in the bible, then there
	are 2 or 3 or 4 greater fulfillments of the event.

Yes/No Question symbolism
		Any question asked in the scriptures with two possible answers (normally yes and
	no) has the answer in the symbolic meaning being the opposite of the answer in the
	literal meaning.

Reader Questions from the holy spirit
		These are questions that are asked of various characters in the bible, but that
	are really meant for the various readers of the bible. These are questions asked by the
	holy spirit of the bible reader:


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