If We Do Not know Then we Assume

In todays world when we say first we are referring to an order of something.  As being ahead of everything else or the beginning of something.

There are 8 different words in the Old Testament rendered as first as well as many other words besides first.

There are 9 different words in the New Teatament rendered as first as well as many other words besides first.

In both the OT and the NT there is only, neutral first or female first, both non gender.   There is no male first, also non gender .   Why? 

Same answer can be given thousands of times.  It is about creation processess, nothing to do with genderized human fables or geneologies.   1 Timothy 1:4

OT First

FIRST neutral builders translated into  many different words; but usually rendered son.  This word has  female component FIRST.  This word actually means ONE FIRST BUILDER.  It is translated as daughter most often.

There is a second  female word which actually means FULFILLED translated as first fruits, fulness.

There is no REMEMBEREDMALE FIRST because the FIRSTBORN DIVINE CHILD HUMANITY has been robbed of its memory, its remembrance.  It has been forgotten.

NT First

There is a neutral word that means #1.  Its counterpart is FEMALE ONE/FIRST.

There is no REMEMBERED MALE FIRST  because the FIRSTBORN DIVINE CHILD HUMANITY has been robbed of its memory, its remembrance in the New Testament.

First is also translated from words that mean OPENING, UNITED, FOREMOST, SECOND FIRST, COMMENCEMENT, FIXED POSITION, PREVIOUS OF THE PRIOR FORE, FIRSTLY OF FOREMOST.

Most of the OT words come  out of a root word HEAD.  Please explain how head of the house can be male gender beheading the wife and children?

How did this FABLE come to be, when there is not even a REMEMBEREDmale FIRST head?  Regardless of gender.

Not until we apply Egyptian math Will Add and increase only the power of ONE UNITED OXHEAD, can the Egyptian head of Double FruitEphraim be birthed.

First it must be REMEMBERED.

Religious divisions keep it from happening.  Jesus asked “who made me divider over you?” answer is man’s religions.