Symbolic Meaning to Henry Sulley's Temple

Symbolic Meaning to Henry Sulley's Temple

Ezekiel's Temple is a symbol of the spiritual body of man. when he attain it, he will never again leave. This enduring temple is built in the understanding of Spirit as the one and only cause of all things. In ICorinthians 6:19 and in II Corinthians 6:16 we learn that man's body is the temple or house of God.



Here You can see a diagram of Henry Sulley's Temple it is a circle within a square 

Ezekiel 40-48:35. This section is in the tone of Love and it speaks of the city foursquare and the temple’s measurements.
The 4 corners of the square represents the 4 letter of the name of God YHWH Yahweh the divine name

The circle represents the fellowship of the believers and fellowship with God by sharing his divine nature


The circle therefore represents infinite or the Pleroma 


A squared circle represents the perfection of spirit and flesh combined.


The altar is hypostatically representative of the divine presence” - therefore it must be at the center


It represents the perfection of Man


The circle is the symbol of wholeness and completion


It is a symbol of the One becoming the Many without ever ceasing to be the One.



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