The Tree of Life


The Tree of Life is a model of the Divine Emanations of Higher Light Pattern. These Emanations establish the Template of the Heavenly Man, the Adam Kadmon. This Image of the Father is experienced in progressive stages of realization or Similitude--levels in the Tree of Life.

The emanations of the Tree of Life are the Light codings of the original Adamic seed. The basic blueprint of the Tree of Life model is given in the beginning of the Holy Bible. Gen. 1: 12,

“and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good.”

The phrase “Elohim said” appears ten times in the first chapter of Genesis, these are the ten spheres, emanations, or “fruit."

The teaching of the Tree of Life is given in both the beginning and end of the Holy Bible. In the last chapter of the Book of Revelation the “right” or authority to enter the Tree of Life is revealed as the fulfillment made possible by the Savior:

Rev. 22: 14, “Blessed are they that do His commandments, that they may have right to the Tree of Life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.”

From Chapter One:


Capstone teachings are given in fulfillment of the Light Program and are based upon the foundation of the Word of God. The Word comes from the higher pattern, with transcendent power to open the soul to the next wavelength of Light. True Word is encoded with the triple power of the Living YHWH in whose Image we are created and given ascendent potential: “This is my comfort in my affliction: for thy Word hath quickened me.” (Ps. 119: 50).

The Pyramid is a model of consciousness development and ascension. The Living Capstone Template represents the point of divine coordination, the Crown sphere of the Tree of Life. It contains mysteries of the Crown, Capstone, Messianic Cycle, and Kingdom of YHWH.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the point of convergence for the planetary and heavenly energy grids. It is the foundation stone regulating the time models of our consciousness development. At the “appointed time” of a messianic cycle the Capstone of the Savior returns with the Hosts, the Adonai Tsebayoth. Is. 19: 19-20,

“In that day there will prove to be an altar to YHWH in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to YHWH beside its boundary. And it must prove to be for a sign and for a witness to YHWH of armies in the land of Egypt; for they will cry out to YHWH because of the oppressors, and He will send them a savior, even a grand one, who will actually deliver them.”

The total value of the above letters in the original Hebrew (5,449) equals the number of inches of height of the Great Pyramid to the summit platform (where the capstone would be placed).