How to Read the Hidden Bible- KEY Legend

Everything in the Bible is really about you, because YOU are the World of Creation.

Ancient Greek for World

Cosmos (Kosmos: κόσμος): an apt and harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, or governing body: World, Universe

Ancient Greek for Soul

Soul: Psyche: ψυχή: The totality of elements forming the mind (the id, ego, and superego including both conscious and unconscious components)

The Bible is written like a mirror of greater and smaller truths that continually reflect back upon themselves. This inner world of the psyche (Soul) is made up of elements of truth that were gathered and crafted by the physical world around you, and as such the mind’s landscape uses similar concepts when it reasons things out. For this reason we dream in images of people, places, and things.

Gen 40:8
And they said unto him, We have dreamed a dream, and there is no interpreter of it. And Joseph said unto them, Do not interpretations belong to God? tell me them, I pray you.

The entire Bible is made up of this vocabulary of dream related imagery, and since dreams are simply unfiltered thoughts they are built of the unconscious imagery of the world of reason. Ironically, once you understand how the mind works; dreams begin to make more sense.

Num 12:6
And he said, Hear now my words: If there be a prophet among you, I the LORD will make myself known unto him in a vision, and will speak unto him in a dream.

Remember, the entire Bible works off of allegories and parables and everything written in it is really detailing a story of mental development that eliminates the frustration of ignorance and heals the mind with clarity. This theme is the process of bringing light to a dark world.

Jhn 1:9
That was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world.

This self-reflecting process of reason uses the entire mental landscape to determine different elements of truth. There is a constant shifting from above to below (and vice versa) using an entire macro- microcosmic universe of comparatives.

Gen 1:1
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
Mat 6:10
Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

In this mental world people are one of the primary components and take on the role of a concept, and a kingdoms become a congregation of many of these supporting ideas and thus create a state of awareness. In this world of the mind the king of a kingdom is really the leading concept that dominates a particular state of understanding. So, in the Bible a kingdom is really a state of being, or the extent of one specific understanding.

The whole Bible is written like this. It’s like a code of sorts, and if you don’t have the keys to unlocking what each element of the inner world means, everything will get mottled and confused and all you will see is the stories at face value and not see the hidden truth that’s detailed within them.

Mat 16:19
And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.

It is also important to note that every aspect of these keys is broken into 3 major elements of understanding. It’s like looking at a mirror where there are 3 attributes present at any given time. Though typically we only think of there being 2:

  • A physical object.
  • A reflection of that object.

However in a spiritual mirror there are 3 images that stack upon each other:

  • Ideal Self
  • True Self
  • Natural Self

We know these reflections also as the:

  • Mind
  • Spirit
  • Body

But as this is not a physical mirror all elements are spiritual in nature. This means that everything is reflecting on different attributes of your higher self that is competing against your lower and more natural tendencies. Sigmund Freud called these elements the:

  • Super ego
  • Ego
  • Id

The entire landscape of the inner world is built up of similar elements that reflect upon these 3 aspects of self. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Mountain or a Kingdom, they are both governing principals of the higher self. A Father, a King and the Sky are also representative for your higher elevation of understandings, but they will have subtle differences to their meaning. It may seem a little complicated at first, but this is, after all, learning another language (The language of tongues).

1Co 14:6
Now, brethren, if I come unto you speaking with tongues, what shall I profit you, except I shall speak to you either by revelation, or by knowledge, or by prophesying, or by doctrine?

Give it some time and try it out. Learn these KEYS and use the supplied color chart to see how each element of inner truth applies to the: ideal self, true self and natural self. We will then use these KEYs for all our lessons to come.


Take the Bible Verses blocked out in RED above and use the chart below to see what the Bible is really telling you about your mind/soul.
Please leave your findings in the comments below for discussion

Macro to Micro – Mirror KEY

Color KEY

Mind: Yellow
Spirit: Blue
Body: Red


Super Ego:
Higher Self
Lower Self


Mastery of Mind/Ideal Truth
Holy Spirit:
Balancing Spirit/The Bridge of Higher and Lower Self
Wholeness of Self/The Building-Up, and the Embodiment of Gained Understanding (Established Truth)


Clarity and the Testing of the Mind
Self-Reflection and Wisdom
Guidance in Action

World level:

Higher Ideals
Consciousness/Spiritual Insights
  • Sea: Mental State
  • Lakes: Clarity
  • Rivers: Channeling of Frequent Ideals
  • Well: Drawing Up Spiritual Insights/Gaining Clarity
Primitive Understanding, Uncovering Truth, and the Foundation of the Growth Process


Observations of Higher Concepts
A Level or Balanced Understanding
Of Low Understanding or Depression


Places of Importance
  • Palace:
    Principal Concepts
  • Tower:
    Higher Perceptions
  • Temple:
    Higher Ideals
Self Relation
Extent of Understanding

Ruling Family:

To Rule/Lead, Conquer (Change) and Establish
(Primary Females): Bringing About Progression, Balance (Agreement/Covenant) and Change
Obedience or Disobedience


Roof/Upper Rooms:
Store room/Dining Room:
Consumed Knowledge
Created Structural Ideals and Extent of Understanding


Holy of Holies:
Primary Concepts
Holy Place:
Balancing and Perpetuating Concepts
Outer Courtyard:
Acquired Concepts

Nationalities 1:

Jewish Leaders:
Established Leading Principals of Truth
The Progressive Process of Truth
Foreign Ideals that Arise from Outside the Truth Establishment Process

Nationalities 2

Progression of Elevated Understanding (Seeds of Abraham: “Exalted Father”; i.e. Higher Principals)
Potentially Beneficial Foreign Concepts
Unresolved Foreign Concepts
All people in the Bible are categorized as either Red or Black. Red is the same as White. (Remember these are symbolic)

  • Red/White (Enlightened)
  • Black (Unenlightened)


Progenitor/Foundation/Leading Principal/Designer
To Follow/To Gather/To Build/Created


To Feel/Wisdom/Change
Continuation/To Build/To Act/To gain Understanding

Physical Self 1:


Physical Self 2:

Feet: Choices/Consideration

Self 1:





Clarity through testing
Delivering understanding
Obscured by the unknown


Higher or Enlightened Ideals
Productivity/Identifiable Attributes


Knowledge brought forth by wisdom
  • Fruit: Truth/Understanding
  • Thorns: Miseries/Aggressions/Hard Truths
Both Masculine and feminine/Most commonly the growth process of wisdom
Potential/Growing of Understanding


Aggressions/Determination/Personal Nature


Clarity of Truth
Understanding and Wisdom
Hard earned Facts

Any establishment of many smaller concepts supporting a greater supposition.

Heavenly Bodies
People (Cast System)

IN vs OUT: Opposing Perspectives

City vs Country
Domestic vs Wild
Sweet vs Bitter
Good vs Evil
Righteousness vs Sin

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From Genesis to Revelation

Did you know these two books; Genesis and Revelation are directly related?

One is the start of a journey and the other is its completion. If you think I am talking about it being the journey of the world then you’d be right… and wrong. It’s probably not the world as you may picture it, because the world is really YOU.

Cosmos (Kosmos: κόσμος) is the word used in the Bible to describe the WORLD by the ancient Greeks. It is used today to describe the entire known universe because it really means the divine order in all things.

Cosmos (Kosmos: κόσμος): an apt and harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, or governing body: World, Universe

In everything is an order, be it a chaotic one or a structured one. In this case the “world” that is mentioned in the Bible is one of both chaos, and order. The Bible starts with mentioning a world that has no “Form”. This is a lack of true order that has no set structure. This is your lack of discipline and a presence of disarray in your mental reasoning. This inner world is also “Void” of understanding and therefore it is unsatisfied and empty. And most importantly the inner man is without understanding and lives in a cloud of “Darkness” called ignorance.

Gen 1:2
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.

The secret truth that most people miss while reading the Holy Scriptures is that the entire Bible is really about themselves because they are focusing on the stories at face value and missing their symbolic context.

The Bible starts with laying out a foundation that spans the entire book, but it is dismissed as a tale of the Creation origin story of the planet Earth. This however, may or may not be the truth but there is no way to know because no one living was ever there. We just accept this as truthful because the Bible tells us this is how it all started. But the reality of the story is not the focus of this lesson. The main focus is on what this means to you as a person living today.

People suffer with faulty ideals that plague their entire lives. As humans we won’t do anything without considering it on some level first, and if it doesn’t match up to our personal guidelines we will not do it. Everything we do is governed by rules that are set in place by our own belief system. But if that belief system is without proper understanding the system is ruled by a chaos that constantly causes problems to itself and others. You may have heard it said that “Knowledge is power” and that’s true, because a lack of understanding leads to a chaos that is easy to exploit and you may quickly find yourself in a dangerous or uncomfortable situation.

7 “Days”

The first part of the Book of Genesis is actually detailing a 7 step process that is meant as a basses in which to create an orderly mind. Most people mistake these as 7 literal days, but the word used for a “day” is a general reference for any period of time (Be it a day, season, year, etc.). Look also at this verse in the book of Deuteronomy and you will see that a day is the same as a shoe, or rather a means of taking steps.

Deu 33:25
Thy shoes shall be iron and brass; and as thy days, so shall thy strength be.
Day: Yowm יוֹם: time, period (general)

It’s easy to miss the subtlety in definition because of how it is written, but it is telling you that your shoes are as days. These “days” are a period of time that is easiest to understand as a step or more importantly as a stage of development. Think of the days as steps of enlightenment or a time or period of personal growth.

Steps to God

Then this means that the first 7 days of Creation are really seven steps that help you to grow closer to God. Now in this case you are the world and you are in need of mastering yourself from following faulty ideals and thus you are becoming a reflection of the true God that rules the physical universe we all live in. As a microcosm of the macrocosm your higher reasoning takes on the role of the God of the inner world.

In most cultures we use the term MASTER to claim the role of a great teacher, but the Bible instead uses the word LORD to describe the MASTER of a home, kingdom or world. Consider the world is your mind’s abode and the higher brain is the LORD or MASTER of the house. Therefore YOUR HIGHER REASONING is the LORD or GOD of the inner world. Only with this new perspective will the Bible truly begin to reveal its greatest secrets.

Gen 1:26
And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over… all the earth

To become the master (or Lord) of the inner world you must reflect the True God within by understanding as He understands. These seven easy steps in the book of Genesis are the path to gaining ultimate understanding, but there are some subtleties to understanding each “day” as a stage of development. However this post is not long enough to explain each day but we will look into these details in later posts. However the main point is to see that these same days are periods of enlightenment that are symbolically represented as other corresponding imagery.

2Co 3:18
But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord.


Now let us take a look at the last book of the Bible that most know of as the Book of Revelation.

Revelation: The revealing of a divine or astonishing truth

A revelation is not about something to fear but something to be in awe over. It is a time of joy that most know of as the RAPTURE.

Rapture: A mystical experience in which the spirit is exalted to a knowledge of divine things

Many Christians fear this last book and I never understood why since it is about a glorious revelation of great joy. Maybe it is because it chronicles many unknown and fantastical events that stir up feelings of dread. After all people are prone to fear what they do not understand. If this is so maybe it might help to know that the final book in the Bible is the completion of those same first 7 day steps and how they bring about a lasting peace and wholeness of self.

As you read the book of Revelation you will see that EVERYTHING is illustrated with a strange series of events that are shrouded in symbolism. But what if learning to read these events was possible? Would this help take away the fear if it gave you peace of mind as a wonderful thing and not a time of woe?

You see the last book of the Bible is really the completion of the 7 fold process, or 7 step journey that was established at the beginning of the book of Genesis. You might then notice that the number 7 is a theme that runs throughout the book of Revelation.

7’s in the book of Revelation

Each of these 7’s are symbolic for a completion of the 7 step process that removes chaos from the world. It is simply illustrating how the uplifting of the mind is manifested. Once ignorance and confusion is defeated nothing remains but a temple of pure GOLD (Truth) that’s filled with LIGHT (Enlightenment) where there are no more DAYS (Stages of development) and there is no longer any more DARKNESS (Ignorance) and GOD (Higher understanding) reigns and dwells within.

This city is the embodiment of the state of ultimate enlightenment where understanding and wholeness are found. Most know this state as Nirvana, the state of perfect “Peace” (Jerusalem)

Jerusalem = “teachings of peace”: Understanding

In Summary

We fear what we do not know and this fear is an expectation that poisons the waters of the soul. It is only when we no longer live in ignorance that light is seen in darkness. Only truth can overcome the miseries of ignorance.

The entire Bible is really a manual to overcoming the prison of the mind and only those that learn the universal truth (Cosmos) find the peace they seek. Rule the world as the god of understanding and create a new order that is no longer empty, ignorant and without structure… and then you will live in peace; with yourself, others and everything.

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Why you’re reading the Bible wrong!

Most people read the Bible stories at face value and miss the amazing secret of what’s actually being said.

Take a step back from religion and do the unthinkable and consider everything you read to be a parable or allegory. Now this does not mean the stories aren’t true! It simply means that all the stories are comparative to certain deeper ideals. In fact, many parables and allegories are true but they simply have a greater spiritual truth hidden within them. Even the Bible itself points this out, but this aspect is often overlooked because it doesn’t let you know that the stories you were reading were really an allegory for a greater truth until much later on. Look at the story of Sarah and Hagar as an example. When you read this story in the Old Testament it never made mention of its true significance until thousands of years later when it was explained in the New Testament that their lives were an allegory all along.

Gal 4:24 Which things are an allegory: for these are the two covenants; the one from the mount Sinai, which gendereth to bondage, which is Agar.

Why have you never noticed this before? Because for thousands of years religions have erased it from history because it creates a freedom of thought that isn’t easy for them to control.


Consider words like SALVATION and SOUL without the cloud of religion. In the Greek the word SOUL is PSYCHE which means “the totality of elements forming the mind” and the word SALVATION means “liberation from ignorance or illusion”. So then without religion’s influence isn’t the “SALVATION of the SOUL” simply the “FREEDOM of the MIND from the illusion of ignorance?”

Additionally consider the name of JESUS (Iēsous, Ἰησοῦς) which essentially means Freedom (Salvation, i.e. deliverance from bondage), and is called both the “TRUTH” and the “WORD” thus making Him the embodiment of the “FREEDOM of the MIND” or “FREE THOUGHT”

TRUTH: that candour of mind which is free from affection, pretence, simulation, falsehood, deceit
WORD: λόγος lógos, log’-os; from G3004; something said (including the thought); by implication, a topic (subject of discourse), also reasoning (the mental faculty) or motive; by extension, a computation; specially, (with the article in John) the Divine Expression (i.e. Christ)

Confusion is the greatest weakness that people suffer from each day, and this lack of understanding creates a form of self-imprisonment to faulty ideals. These misguided concepts that we guide our daily lives with usually lead us to a type of misery that can cause both a physical and emotional suffering. So then wouldn’t the cure to man’s greatest suffering be to fix the mind by creating clarity?

Babylon vs. Jerusalem

So if everything is a parable or allegory in the Bible then consider the concept of the two major opposing cities of the book of Revelation (Rev 17:5; Rev 17:18; Rev 21:2; Rev 3:12
Notice that both are allegories that are depicted as women); Babylon (that great city that holds captivity over the world), and the city of Jerusalem (the city of Salvation). The entire Bible builds up to the demise of the great city of Babylon and then ends with the establishment of a New city called Jerusalem at the very end of all the books.

Throughout the Bible the nation of Babylon has always been the biggest enemy of the peoples of Jerusalem, but why is this significant or even important? It is because a city is really an allegory to a state of mind, and each person is really an allegory for an ideal, and thus the city is also compared to a person. In this case, notice that both cities are compared to women.

Babylon the city as a woman

Rev 17:18 And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.

Jerusalem the city as a woman

Rev 21:2 And I John saw the holy city, new
Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.
Rev 3:12 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name.

Wisdom is a woman

Pro 7:4 Say unto wisdom, Thou art my sister; and call understanding thy kinswoman:

If people are allegories that represent individual ideals then a city is a much larger concept that is ruled by a dominant ideal, much like a king ruling over a kingdom. Small concepts that support a greater supposition create a state of mind that dominates the mental landscape.

So, many smaller concepts that support a greater ideal create a state of mind that is established as a dominant wisdom or understanding.

So why then is wisdom a woman? Wisdom is a woman, because she is representative of a passive ideal. This is in opposition to an aggressive ideal that is represented by a man.

Masculine verses Feminine Ideals

Passive (Feminine) = receptive or to the self. It is an ideal that is applied to the self and thus an inward expression.
Aggressive (Masculine) = to assert or force from the self. It is an ideal that is applied away from the self as an unattached ideal.

We know these concepts as:

Knowledge verses Wisdom

Knowledge (Masculine) = Information
Wisdom (Feminine) = Knowing how to apply the information.

One is simply an ideal, and the other is relating to the ideal and thus you gain understanding.

A masculine ideal that marries to a feminine ideal becomes a wisdom as it is a concept applied to the self. This is the birth of understanding, thus a child of reason is created as a new concept. So the congregation of smaller concepts applied to the self is a state of mind called a city. This city or state of mind is either passive as a wisdom or aggressive as a drive or ambition (much like Israel the person and nation are both allegories of a concept and state of mind to move forward as an ambition to achieve a greater goal).

Israel is the masculine mindset of perseverance

Israel = to persist, to exert oneself, to persevere

(Trust me, this will all make sense. Now back to the two cities)

The removal of Babylon is representative of the removal of the great confusion that rules your life each day, and the establishment of a new Jerusalem is the understanding that bring freedom to the mind through the teachings of peace (Also known in most cultures as Nirvana).

Peace = completeness, soundness, wholeness, tranquility, contentment, harmony

Babylon Verses Jerusalem

Babel or Babylon = “confusion
Jerusalem = “Teachings of peace” (i.e. Understanding)

Babel or Babylon means Confusion. So wouldn’t the enemy of (Jerusalem) Peace naturally be Confusion?

So then only once Confusion is cast away is Peace truly ever established. Without confusion you dwell in a state of everlasting peace and thus the Holy Scriptures end with the establishment of a lasting state of mind known as Nirvana.

Rev 18:21 And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all.

Everything is not as it seems

This has always been about creating “Free Thought” by eschewing confusion from the mind and gaining salvation for the soul (A Free Mind (i.e. Freedom of Thought)). Everything we just looked at all leads to that one thing; freedom from a self-imposed prison that creates fear, sadness, aggression and all other ailments that have always plagued humanity on a mental level. This is why most ailments of the Bible were believed to be caused by sin (To err in judgment). It is because everything is an allegory for higher understanding and every ailment mentioned in the Bible too are allegories: Blindness is ignorance, lameness is the inability to make clear effective choices, and leprosy is the corruption and contamination of understanding. It is only through Truth that the wholeness of Peace can be achieved.

We have all been reading the Bible wrong. There is so much more going on behind the scenes that goes left unnoticed if you don’t understand the basic concepts that the entire Bible is built up upon. This is not found in religion; remember it was hidden by religion. It is only in knowing how to see the truth that it is revealed to you. So I encourage you to follow this blog, share to help others to understand and learn how to read the greatest gift God has given man.

A Story of Consciousness

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(Passion and Patience)

There once was a man named Hunger because he was always hungry.

Hunger was courting two women. One was named Passion because she was quick to act upon her impulses and desires, and the other was named Patience because she planned ahead to gain the things that mattered to her most.

Hunger, true to his nature, asked each woman in turn, “What shall we do for food?”

To which Passion was quick to reply, “Let’s go out to the most expensive restaurant and order foods to our hearts desire and eat like kings”

To which Hunger asked, “Then what about tomorrow when all the money is gone, what then shall we do?”

Passion screamed in a whirl and a giggle, “Who cares about tomorrow? We are alive now and tomorrow may never come!”

Hunger liked the idea of eating wonderful food like a king for he was hungry after all and pondered the idea. He then asked Patience, “What shall we eat for food?”

Patience took a moment to ponder the question and then smiled coyly and said “Let us go to my garden that is filled with all the fruits of effort. Let us grow and choose and make wondrous dishes of our own creation that only we can build together.”

This idea intrigued Hunger and so he asked, “But won’t this take longer and will I not be treated like a king?”

Patience smiled and looked deep into Hunger’s eyes and said, “To me you will always be my king and together we will make our future and you’ll never be hungry again.”

Hunger then made his choice between balancing out his Passion or Patience and chose whom he most desired to bring into his home. And as time went by their son Satisfaction was conceived, who grew to become a man and one day when Hunger ceased he took over the home and lived there with his wife called Joy.

What was this story really about? Did you read it as a child or an adult?

This story is written for two minds: The child mind that only sees the story is about a man who is dating two women, and the adult mind that sees behind the veil to the truth of the anamorphic characteristics of desire.

When you read the Bible, ask yourself “Am I seeing this story through the eyes of an adolescent mind or that of a mature mind?” Because every name in the Bible has a purpose and the names are not arbitrary, nor are the titles of people or places. Everything is a hidden truth that is being read wrong by all the “children of God” whom see but do not perceive and hear but do not understand. It is only when you can see beyond the parables that you can find the truth that sets you free.

Mat 13:13
Therefore speak I to them in parables: because they seeing see not; and hearing they hear not, neither do they understand.
Jhn 8:32
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

Would you like to know how to read the truth hidden in plain sight? Or are you happy being a child without understanding and continue to miss God’s great gift?