And? Then What? (660 and 6)

The intriguing verse is, of course:

Rev 13:18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six. (KJV)

The manifold, as in the book "Seven Eyes Open" (4th edition) is numbered to 660 and a final "six" operates over or upon that 660, but the terms are somewhat found separate. The senses are five in number and the mind but one: yet the heart easily numbers to 660. When the carnal machine that is driven by lust (or the desire to covet) kicks in, that carnal process numbers 660, but the number of the man is still six.

So, as the manifold is not under the reasoning mind but surely provides it with a function for dopamine, it is not the number of the man, but a numbering of (a) man. What difference does it make? that included "a" makes all the difference, as the man is created to always number six and to find rest in God as his seventh and sabbath, but in falling, mankind has instead been carnally driven by the same "image" numbering 660 aside from that sabbath: so that the heart drives the man rather than truth or Godly righteousness.

So the number of man is six, but the number of "a" man is 660 (or vice versa), or, taken together, combined as one carnal machine numbering 666.

So, is that then far too literal, to take a word from the text that is not in the original greek but added by its translators to clarify the text's proper meaning? I would say not: but there is no possibility that the scripture is mistaken: rather, it states quite clearly to let "him that hath understanding" do the numbering, not the man, or even the translator!

Is the understanding spoken of that very same manifold of 666? I would think not.

The numbering to "six" is most that any one is truly aware of all the time, from a person with thoughts and senses. Yet the heart numbering 660 is hidden (or occult) to most:

Jer 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? (KJV)

The question is then one of precisely what drives a person, not what they think or feel. It is certainly not good to be led by ones senses, or ones own heart if it only covets. The heart is not there for that purpose, but was intended to never be broken. God, is the closest, most trusting, loyal and faithful companion anyone could ever hope for - it is the case that that same heart broke, and every such heart needs repairing. (God will not move from His own righteousness to serve man carnally; He only moves in it to serve those that can be saved and that would by choice heal their own breach under His grace.)

So, as to the occult in the deceitfully wicked organ, I would ask, is God any less hidden in you from view? It is difficult to love someone if you have never told them so: Is it ever easy to be a Christian in secret? It is not preferable to be openly persecuted I do realise, but God wants somewhat more out of these relationships and for others to grow with it. "Be fruitful, AND multiply" - certainly a word no less hidden from view.

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