A “New Age” or “Messianic Age”:
How to Bring It Into Being

by Eric Heubeck


Amazon Kindle cover of ebookeBook Summary

The Bible is an often obscure, cryptic, and esoteric book—many religious believers and non-believers can agree on that much. But what if the authors of the Bible were actually expressing opposition to the very obscurity and esotericism of their own writings, in their own writings? Furthermore, what if the ending of the “present age” and the arrival of the “Messianic Age” predicted by the Bible prophets could only ever occur once that entire cryptically symbolic “esoteric” or “prophetical” manner of religious discourse—one that is found in all traditional religions—had already been seriously questioned, confronted, and finally repudiated by humanity as a whole?

As strange and surprising and paradoxical as these possibilities might sound, in this book I carefully analyze the contents of the Bible to reveal a great deal of compelling evidence arguing in favor of just such an hypothesis—far more than might at first be apparent. As you progress through the book, you will be amazed to watch as the “anti-esotericist message” hidden within Bible prophecy gradually takes shape before your eyes.


Table of Contents

Part 1 of 12: The impossibility of any “New Age” or “Messianic Age” ever arriving before humanity has already defeated the Lie

Rational thought demands complete honesty in society

And the prophets of the traditional religions have predicted the eventual arrival of that very thing

Concerning predictions about a “resurrection of the dead”

Part 2 of 12: The evils of religious esotericism; and the “hidden anti-esotericist message” of the Bible

The fundamental moral defectiveness of the traditional religions

The great paradox of the Bible; and how that paradox points to the possibility of non-human influence in its writing

The Bible: Two “books,” not just one

The importance of Christians accepting the non-historicity of Jesus

Why would the “anti-esotericist message” in the Bible be hidden?

Do the Lord of the Rings movies also contain a hidden “anti-esotericist message”?

Part 3 of 12: Getting started with anti-esotericist Bible interpretation: The crucially important symbol of “Babel” or “Babylon,” and the crucially important theme of a primordial “confusing of language”

“Babel” or “Babylon”: A symbol for “religious esotericism”

The “obscurity” and “darkness” of symbolic “Babel” or “Babylon”; and the “clarity” and “brightness” of the symbolic “new Jerusalem”

Part 4 of 12: The recurring theme in the Bible of “two sides” or “two parts”; and its relation to “scripture” and “language”

Two “heavens” and two “earths” — and two “scrolls”

The two “sides”: “here OR there” versus “here AND there”

The “fulfilling” of prophecy through the “hearing” of prophecy

Part 5 of 12: The recurring theme in the Bible of “two sides” or “two parts”; and its relation to “scripture” and “language” (cont’d)

“Parts” and “portions” and “shares”: The use of the Greek word meros in the New Testament

The episode in the Book of Acts involving Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch

The “wholeness” of the “inner garment”

The “outer darkness”

The Parable of the Prodigal Son

The holy scriptures: A “book of divorce”?

Symbolic “Babel” or “Babylon”: A “kingdom divided against itself”

Part 6 of 12: The symbolic image of “throwing stones into water”: What does it mean?

Moses’s “breaking” of the first two “stone tablets” from Mount Sinai — and its significance

Jeremiah’s “message” to symbolic “Babel” or “Babylon”

Symbolic “Babel” or “Babylon”: A “very large stone” to be “thrown into the sea”

“Mount Sinai”: Yet another “very large stone” to be “thrown into the sea”

Part 7 of 12: The symbolic image of “throwing stones into water”: What does it mean? (cont’d)

Throwing “stumbling blocks” into “the sea” or “the lake of the fire”

The symbol of the “large millstone” compared to the symbol of the “large round stone” covering the entrance to Jesus’s “tomb”

Part 8 of 12: The “Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ”: The completion of the first “sabbath week” of creation, and the inauguration of a new “sabbath week” of creation

The “opening of the tomb” and the “opening of the scroll”

“From sabbath to sabbath”

Part 9 of 12: “Veiling” and “covering” — and “unveiling” and “uncovering”

The “veil” that now covers “all the earth”

A choice between two “high mountains”: The “Tower of Babel” and “Mount Zion”

The recurring association in the Bible between the idea of “the Lie” and the idea of “death”

The “sweeping away of the Lie,” and the “bringing of the mystery of God to an end”

The “darkness over all the earth” created by the “veil of the temple”; and this “darkness” being brought to an end by the “Crucifixion of Christ”

The “putting on” and “putting off” of symbolic “garments,” symbolic “bodies,” and symbolic “men”

The “Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ” regarded as a symbol signifying the ending of “communicatory barriers” among human beings

Part 10 of 12: “Veiling” and “covering” — and “unveiling” and “uncovering” (cont’d)

“Not turning back to the things behind”: The significance of symbolic “Sodom” and its relation to the idea of “the Apocalypse”

“Faces,” “veils,” “mirrors” — and “recognition”

The “Red Sea”: The “veil of Jesus’s flesh”?

What exactly is being “done away with” (Greek katargeō) by Christ?

Part 11 of 12: Jesus Christ: The “Final Prophet”

The role (or roles) of the figures of “John the Baptist” and “Elijah”

“Corpses,” “birds,” and “feeding upon flesh”

The “piercing” of the “prophets”

Correspondences between the figures of “Jesus Christ” and “Elijah”

The “Crucifixion of Christ” understood as signifying the “death of prophecy”

Part 12 of 12: So where do we go from here?


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