March 25

From Tehom to Sheol

Thus hath the Lord GOD shewed unto me: and, behold, the Lord GOD called to contend by fire, and it devoured the great deep, and did eat up a part.

(Amos 7:4) KJV

We’re working through all Biblical references to physical structures of the Earth to see if they’re consistent with our spherical hollow earth model (SHEM) based on a gravitational singularity.

We’ve made the point more than once that it’s necessary to know the end from the beginning, and the beginning from the end. It’s not possible to deduce what the original Earth looked like from physical evidence alone, but our model of the original Earth has to be able to accommodate changes through natural processes to become the planet that we live on today.

In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.

(Genesis 7:11-12) KJV

At some point the great deep became a great gulf. Tehom became sheol. We can identify the event when this occurred as Noah’s flood, and we can deduce that the fountains of the great deep were the key to the transition. The ultimate cause of this catastrophe was the working out of God’s will, but a direct causal factor was the expansion of hell.

So here’s the thing: IF our premise is correct then there must be scriptural support for the tehom/sheol transition when the waters of the great deep were driven off and the open space becomes known as a great gulf.

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