Light and darkness are divided on the square Earth
Now that we are familiar with the basic principles of the light body there is one question emerging - Why does the light body spread downwards to intersect the surface? If we consider the structure and complexity of the light body, it becomes evident that it cannot be a separate manifestation, but has to be part of a bigger structure, whereas we perceive only a part of it. In fact, the canopy-like light body that makes up our perspective is only a fraction of the whole light body. Similarly to an iceberg, we only perceive the part of the light body which is above the surface. The circle of intersection, or horizon line, is the circle where the body intersects the surface and spreads all the way down to the pillars of the Earth below. The fact that it spreads downwards to intersect the surface indicates that it must be bent downwards. Without external influences light would spread horizontally without intersecting the surface. Nevertheless, our perspective and horizon line show an additional bending of the light body. This bending of the light body is accurately described in Genesis.
“And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.“ Genesis 1 : 4
Picture above shows the square shaped foundation of the Earth, the rectangular surface of the Earth, and an object above the surface of the Earth. Note that the surface of the Earth is covered in water since light was divided before the creation of dry land.
“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. ... “
Genesis 1 : 1
The picture shows an object above the surface of the water, and a transparent layer originating from the object and horizontally spreading in space. The transparent layer represents the light body which we have been dealing earlier; but this time, it's in its original, horizontal shape which it had prior to the bending downwards.
The light body has the following capabilities and characteristics :
1) It's a non-physical, geometric, and rigid fiber which permeates everything in the universe and only responds to frequencies and to geometry. When the fiber of the light body vibrates, it is perceived as light emanating from the object. The absence of vibration, on the other hand, is perceived as darkness. An object whose light body is static (or vibrating at low frequencies) appears dark.
2) Matter has no affect on the non-physical fiber itself, but has the property to absorb its vibration. For example, the light body of a street lamp spreads and intersects the surface of the Earth. Although the light body extends below the surface, the vibration of the fiber is entirely absorbed by the surface of the Earth, allowing it only for the part of the light body which is above the surface to vibrate.
3) Just like matter, the light body can only spread within the domain of the corresponding element since the light body of an object is subjected to the same laws of propagation within the domain as the object itself.
Now we've arrived at the part where light and darkness are being divided and the horizon line created. Now God activates the corresponding aethereal frequency in order to draw the horizontal light body downwards and make it intersect the surface.
As the light body is being drawn downwards, it starts to intersect the surface of the primeval ocean thus forming a circle of intersection which is gradually reducing in the process until it's eventually reduced to an area which we know as the circle of sight or horizon line.
The light body is now fully drawn to the pillars of the Earth, with only the upper part remaining above the surface and forming a circular, canopy-shaped body. Our horizon line is the circle of intersection between the light body of our eyes and the surface. Gaining altitude, the horizon line remains at eye level as the circle of intersection is always perceived at eye level.
The division of light in Genesis 1: 4 can be interpreted as following :
“ God activated the corresponding aethereal frequency in order to draw the light body downwards and make it intersect the surface thereby creating the horizon line and the laws of perspective.”
Another reference to the division of light is found in Proverbs 8 : 27 :
„I was there when he established the heavens, when he laid out the horizon on the surface of the ocean,...“
Standard Christian Bible
„I was there when he established the heavens, when he marked out the horizon on the deep sea,...“
Common English Bible
„When he established the heavens, I was there. When he drew the horizon’s circle on the deep,..“
Complete Jewish Bible
“When he prepared the heavens, I was there: when he set a compass upon the face of the depth:..”
King James Version
All translations describe one and the same event, namely, the drawing of the light body to the foundation of the Earth below as stated in Genesis 1 : 4.
In picture above we have a side view of the bent light body. The small part of the body above the surface is vibrating; the large part below the surface is static since the vibration is absorbed.
...the fiber of the light body after it has been bent. The bottom part of the structure adjoins the pillars of the Earth, the top part forms the known “canopy”. Note that every atom in the universe has a “minor” light body.