We know that Melchizedek is the firstborn human son of Michael - see Intro20a. So the son is the earthly king and the father is the heavenly king in that case.
We know too that Gabriel in John water baptised his angelic father Michael in Jesus - see intro19. We know further that the 2NC Kings will water baptise the descended 1NC Kings into Zoar - see U89e. For you cannot run a church without joining it first! We know that this baptism is the antitype of the baptism of Jesus by John. For Gabriel needed to be sealed in the spirit in order to get everlasting life, and one could not be so sealed until Jesus had given his angelic body as a ransom. Likewise many but not all 2NC Kings will need to be sealed by the 1NC Kings at the time that the 1NC Kings are baptised into Zoar.
So the pattern is that the human vassal king is the son of the angelic heavenly king. And the pattern is that the son water baptises the father in circumstances where the son needs to be sealed in holy spirit by the father. So putting all of this together we see that the human kings of the Kingdom of God, the 2NC Kings are in fact the angelic sons of the 1NC Kings. For God does not create illegitimate children. If one is born again as an angel then one had precisely two angelic parents one male and the other female. These two will not be married, for the angels do not marry. But they will be in some kind of child rearing agreement.
So if two dead people produce a child (second dead people) then there needs to be a further pair of angelic parents found when the child is born again. But if two living parents (with associated angelic bodies) produce a child then they are both the human parents of the human child and the angelic parents of the angelic body.
In the case of Gordon, the mediator of the 2NC, the King of the 2NC Kings, under Melchizedek, his angelic father is Peter, the King of the 1NC Kings under Jesus. Likewise the 2NC apostles will be the sons of the 1NC apostles. We are yet to determine which 1NC apostle fathers which 2NC apostle. How does the below scripture fit in?
35 Again the next day John was standing with 2 of his disciples,
36 and as he looked at Jesus walking he said: See, the Lamb of God!
37 And the 2 disciples heard him speak, and they followed Jesus.
38 Then Jesus turned and, getting a view of them following, he said to them: What are you looking for? They said to him: Rabbi, which means, when translated, Teacher, where are you staying?
39 He said to them: Come, and you will see. Accordingly they went and saw where he was staying, and they stayed with him that day; it was about the 10th hour.
40 Andrew the brother of Simon Peter was one of the 2 that heard what John said and followed [Jesus].
41 First this one found his own brother, Simon, and said to him: We have found the Messiah which means, when translated, Christ.
42 He led him to Jesus. When Jesus looked upon him he said: You are Simon the son of John; you will be called Cephas which is translated Peter.
43 The next day he desired to depart for Galilee. So Jesus found Philip and said to him: Be my follower.
44 Now Philip was from Bethsaida, from the city of Andrew and Peter.
45 Philip found Nathanael and said to him: We have found the one of whom Moses, in the Law, and the Prophets wrote, Jesus, the son of Joseph, from Nazareth.
46 But Nathanael said to him: Can anything good come out of Nazareth? Philip said to him: Come and see.
47 Jesus saw Nathanael coming toward him and said about him: See, an Israelite for a certainty, in whom there is no deceit.
48 Nathanael said to him: How does it come that you know me? Jesus in answer said to him: Before Philip called you, while you were under the fig tree, I saw you.
49 Nathanael answered him: Rabbi, you are the Son of God, you are King of Israel.
50 Jesus in answer said to him: Because I told you I saw you underneath the fig tree do you believe? You will see things greater than these.
51 He further said to him: Most truly I say to you men, you will see heaven opened up and the angels of God ascending and descending to the Son of man (John 1).