The Alpha And The Omega

The octal is a container for the satisfaction of the trinity; that satisfaction felt most by the Father who delights in the virtue shown by His Son.

The creation exists but for the pleasure of the Son to do His Father's will, there is no other purpose for the creation: We ourselves will never be God though it is still possible to please Him!

So, Christ is the "beginning and the end" and there is no darkness to be found in Him;

Joh 1:3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
Joh 1:4 In him was life; and the life was the light of men.
Joh 1:5 And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not. (KJV)

So, all things are made by The Father and with His Spirit (which moved on the face of the deep). God, is identified as our creator to whom we are all answerable. In God, is the life which is also in us: we exist for the pleasure of our God also, that same service which is made to each other and is the exercise of virtue (as found in Christ) as by not just the law, but of love and boldness to speak His word.

The "light of men" is then the virtue of Christ, and the light that shines is the virtue of the ultrafilter in chapters 2 and 4 of the book.

Yet, that light shines in darkness (the coset of the static K4 group in the octal, the field GF(8).) That coset is without virtue (light) as it privates fixed truths of their necessary positivity - as judged in the scriptures by God, who if not considered perfect, is still the creator of us all to whom we will answer!

The darkness (or the fiat ultrafilter) of the dialectic does not understand God, it is a paradigm that is completely "double minded" and is a spiritual house "built on sand".

The darkness is then the home of Satan, and of His kingdom, that being just a lie, which "he is the father of". There are positive properties in the coset of the octal, but by constraining virtue are "evil" (through subtlety) - as it was with the crucifixion of Christ - these are still the will of God: God, has created both good and evil so one might fail to the other. This, would clearly be the darkness itself and Christ is introduced here as the victor over Satan as from the beginning. His, as from the beginning is the final victory, He is the omega, as there is none other God but in Him, who will give the gift of eternal life (and He alone may give it). Satan is an enemy, not a brother.

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