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Way Beyond the basics
If you have seen the pages on this site about the individual Days of Genesis 1, you already know it forms a sort of framework (see illustration A).  After many years of developing numerous other components, I began to see that they did come
together in a most startling way.  The pieces make a unified construct that depicts God’s Plan of Creation which includes far more than just the Days.  The entire construct includes (partial list) the Days, the unified Creation vs the divided (fallen) Creation, the genealogy of Jesus through Mary, the people and events from Adam to the Land of Promise, a virtual designation for the flood of Noah, the separation of the earth (Peleg), Abraham, the “time” of the Period of the Prophets, the diagram’s positions for Alpha and Omega, the establishment of Phi (the Divine Ratio) when all creatures “from the ground” or “formed of the dust of the earth” were to be “after their kind” plus the Pyramid of Giza where the air shafts are pointing both to the Throne of God and to the Cross of Christ on the diagram.

What’s Phi got to do with it?
The page After Their Kind shows how there is a clear distinction between all life that survived the flood and that which perished.  The life that perished was not “after their kind” or “after its kind”.  So what are we to make of this distinction?  In my ongoing work on the diagram of the Genesis Days and its many significances I have come to see that the whole diagram is a type of Ark like that of Noah’s flood.  Those outside of this Ark / outside the diagram of the Days perished.  Those within the Ark / diagram not only survived but became fruitful and multiplied “after their kind” (a second, fifth and the sixth day of Genesis 1).  Even Noah who was considered by God to be “perfect in his generations” (King James, Genesis 8:9) was father to the remnant of all people who would eventually populate the earth.
    Now, any student of the curiosities of the Divine Ratio or the Golden Mean, reflections of Phi, has seen the myriad ways Phi defines our natural world.  So does it affect life in the structure of DNA where the spirals are constructed in Phi proportions – see http://goldennumber.net/dna.htm.  
     And so it is with all life after the flood of Noah.  “After their kind” and “after its kind” is God’s way of telling us that life, plants and all living creatures, man and animals, would multiply according to their species, their own DNA as it were.  On the composite diagram there is confirmation of this change.  
    This short YouTube clip offers a very brief overview of the establishment of Phi with Seth, in the image of Adam, in the image of God, revealed at the beginning of the organization of all that was created in Genesis 1:1, i.e. the Days: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4UmjxNSpR0

How does this all end
If you recall the words of Jesus in Matthew 24:29-30 concerning the events after the tribulation, He speaks of the stars of heaven falling from the sky just before He speaks of the”sign of the Son of Man” appearing in the sky.  John also speaks of the “stars of the sky” [falling] to earth in Revelation 6:13 just before men try to hide themselves from the “presence (or face) of Him who sits on the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb”, Revelation 6:16.  Many non-believers point to these passages as more reason to disbelieve in the inerrancy of the Bible because stars could not fall from the sky to earth.  But I beg to differ. Referring to the Days diagram, if the Throne of God enters the creation, then the “powers of heaven” will indeed be shaken from the snapshot view we have now.  And if the Throne comes to the center of the diagram which is presently occupied by the Cross of Christ, the stars (of the diagram) will fall completely to earth.   In Genesis 25:8 God says “And let them construct a sanctuary for Me, that I may dwell among them”.  I believe the Days of Creation are that sanctuary and the new heaven and new earth, Revelation 21:1, will be when He dwells with man. Then heaven will be good.
    The book on this material: BIblical Creation: An Illustrated Autobiography, is now available at Apple’s iBookstore and Amazon’s Kindle store (link above).  

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DEDICATION & HISTORY:
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IN THE BEGINNING:
THE WORD = LANGUAGE
ADAM TO THE LAND
OF PROMISE
THE LANGUAGE OF
GRAPHICS - THE DAYS
WOMEN CALLED TO
THE PLAN OF CREATION
AFTER THEIR KIND,
AFTER ITS KIND
TWO CREATIONS?
TWO ADAMS?
PUTTING IT ALL
TOGETHER
VERY UNUSUAL
FINDINGS
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Illustration A.  Click to enlarge.  © Georgann Chenault 1985 -   2011  All rights reserved.
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The logarithmic spiral, also known as the Fibonacci Spiral can be constructed using the Divine ratio defined with the number Phi.  From the spiral we also find the DIvine Proportion or the Golden Rectangle. Note how the Divine Proportion is affixed to the overall diagram below with the short side before Adam and the major side covering all 8 of the Days.
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Click for animation.  © Georgann Chenault 1985 - 2011   All rights reserved.