Words are the ingredients of myths, stories, legends, history documentation, newspaper accounts, books, etc.
The way the ingredients are put together determines what the end product looks like. Flour, sugar, baking powder, water, eggs are ingredients….only some of the ingredients of a finished product called cake. If something is left out it becomes a flat cake, a pancake.
If something is added then it becomes another finished product; a puffed up product with lots of fancy ingredients like nuts, fruit, flavors, etc.
So it is with the Bible. Two thirds of the volume are words added to describe the myths. This changes the original 66 stories. The remaining 1/3 are words of the original text. Of that 1/3 there are many repetitions of word that mean the same. However since these words have NOT BEEN TRANSLATED they often are interpreted as something quite different from the true meanings.
These words are groups of transliterated letters which represent the original word; but in of themselves are not English words.
The new Strong Bridge Database gives us the ability to pull out these groups of letters that share common meanings. Allows us to see the time frame and the place of the writing and see the evolutionary change in the transliterated groups of letters. We see that although the transliterated groups of letters are different…the meaning has not changed.
Fire means fire no matter what language it is transliterated from or transliterated into. It does not mean water or eggs or chickens; these symbols simply represent fire.
The Strong Bridge Database allows us to reclaim the original 66 stories and see they are no so different. They are the view of creation described in the 66 stories by the various authors.
The creation story reduced down to human terms invalidates the intent of the original authors. It is time to reclaim the ingredients, the words and their true meanings. Time to reclaim the beauty, the majesty and the glory of creation. Time to rewrite the original 66 texts.
Who wants to join this celebration party of reclamation? The word trees grow from a common root. The tree produces fruit of its own kind. Apples do not grow on a grape vine. Water does not grow on fire tree