Recently Keith gave a presentation at a Shavuot (Pentecost) celebration. He discusses the connection between space and time through the scriptures and throughout nature. He shows the parallels of Moses and David and how their lives illustrate prophetic cycles of time. In this presentation, Keith talks about a wide array of topics such as biology, astronomy, gematria as well as the tabernacle.
As we conclude our study in the Book of Exodus, we discuss the materials used for the construction of the Tabernacle. We specifically focus upon the copper laver that was formed from the mirrors donated by the women. We will see in this passage and others the importance of mirrors.
In this portion, we discuss the construction of the tabernacle and the various furniture. We will compare and contrast the dimensions of the three sections as well as the furniture. We will discuss the importance of setting apart time and space for the Creator. As we look into the blue prints of the tabernacle, we will see that we have been given a model to better understand relationship as well as the dimensions of reality.
In this passage we discuss the Children of Israel preparing to come out of Egypt. In the course of the discussion we discuss the nature of deception and how destructive it can be. We also talk about the new beginning for Israel and the Passover.
This week we begin again in Genesis, the book of Beginnings. Keith discusses a number of patterns in the rest of the scriptures that find their precedent in the very beginning such as passages from Revelation. Many of these passages come alive with meaning and depth when examined through the prism of quantum physics.