[213] Where is Jesus' Body? The Mechanics of Validation Sacrifices

Jesus said to the Pharisees.... 

18 Therefore, in answer, the Jews said to him: What sign have you to show us, since you are doing these things?
19 In answer Jesus said to them: Break down this temple, and in 3 days I will raise it up.
20 Therefore the Jews said: This temple was built in 46 years, and will you raise it up in 3 days? But he was talking about the temple of his body (John 2).

The Jews broke down the temple of Jesus' human body...

8 Then Peter, filled with holy spirit, said to them: Rulers of the people and older men,
9 if we are this day being examined, on the basis of a good deed to an ailing man, as to by whom this man has been made well,
10 let it be known to all of you and to all the people of Israel, that in the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, whom you impaled but whom God raised up from the dead, by this one does this man stand here sound in front of you
11 This is 'the stone that was treated by you builders as of no account that has become the head of the corner (Acts 4).

So Jesus (Michael) resurrected that very body ('I will raise it up') on the 3rd day. He resurrected the body of Immanuel (the son of Mary). Now the story of his resurrection is covered in a fragmented way in the gospels as follows:

Matthew 28:1-7 Mary Magdalene and Mary Jesus' surrogate mum arrived at the tomb and saw an angel sitting on the stone that he had rolled away from the entrance of the tomb. He told them that Jesus was not there but had been raised as he had said and he showed them where he had been lying and told them to go and tell the disciples that he had been raised from the dead and that he was going ahead of them into Galilee.

John 20:1-10 They return with Peter and John who went into the tomb and saw the bandages lying there and the cloth that had been upon his head rolled up in another place. Then they went home...

11 Mary, however, kept standing outside near the memorial tomb, weeping. Then, while she was weeping, she stooped forward to look into the memorial tomb
12 and she viewed 2 angels in white sitting one at the head and one at the feet where the body of Jesus had been lying.
13 And they said to her: Woman, why are you weeping? She said to them: They have taken my Lord away, and I do not know where they have laid him.
14 After saying these things, she turned back and viewed Jesus standing, but she did not discern it was Jesus.
15 Jesus said to her: Woman, why are you weeping? Whom are you looking for? She, imagining it was the gardener [like the first Adam], said to him: Sir, if you have carried him off, tell me where you have laid him, and I will take him away.
16 Jesus said to her: Mary! Upon turning around, she said to him, in Hebrew: Rabboni! which means Teacher!
17 Jesus said to her: Do not touch me. For I have not yet ascended to the Father. But be on your way to my brothers and say to them, 'I am ascending to my Father and your Father and to my God and your God.'
18 Mary Magdalene came and brought the news to the disciples: I have seen the Lord! and that he said these things to her (John 20).

So Mary, once she turned towards Jesus, recognised him. So he was in his normal body, the body of Immanuel. But he did not want her to touch that body until he had ascended to 'the father'. But the 'father' is distinguished from God. Then having told Mary to go to his brothers and tell them about his ascension he then intercepted her again before she reached them!

8 So, quickly leaving the memorial tomb, with fear and great joy, they ran to report to his disciples.
9 And, look! Jesus met them and said: Good day! They approached and caught him by his feet and did obeisance to him.
10 Then Jesus said to them: Have no fear! Go, report to my brothers, that they may go off into Galilee; and there they will see me (Matthew 28).

This time Jesus did not mind that they caught him by his feet. So why the change of heart and why did he intercept them before they could do what he had asked them to do?

8 So when they came out they fled from the memorial tomb, for trembling and strong emotion were gripping them. And they told nobody anything, for they were in fear (Mark 16).

Jesus knew that these women were terrified and that they need to touch him and be consoled, but he could not permit it until after he had ascended. But as soon as he had done this he returned to them to permit them to touch him and believe and be comforted, such was his love for them. So this body of Immanuel, which he had promised to raise up, would have been defiled had it been touched by these faithful women! But the body whose feet the women touched was not the body of Immanuel. Jesus gave Immanuel's body to Jehovah on 33Nisan17 after he ascended to his father. Then he came back down in a borrowed human body for 40 days. That was OK because his original human body was not used to ransom Abraham until after the end of the 40 days.

So Jesus gave his angelic body to God on 33Nisan16 and his human body to God on 33Nisan17, then he borrowed both an angelic and a human body in order that he could come down here for 40 days from 33Nisan22 to 33Sivan1 and beam through walls. Adam was ransomed by his angelic body on 33Sivan5. We do not yet know when Abraham was ransomed. But it must have been after 33Sivan1. Abraham may also have been ransomed on 33Sivan5.

But why did this body need to be raised up at all? It had died as a validation sacrifice, what more is required of it? Well obviously it was going to be be used for a clean non adamic purpose since it would have been be defiled by adamic flesh (however faithful loyal and loving the spirits were which resided within that flesh). So it must have a further use as a validation sacrifice. In fact it must be required in a living, resurrected state, a non defiled state, in order that the 1AC can save, i.e. produce children.

24 But God resurrected him by loosing the pangs of death, because it was not possible for him to continue to be held fast by it.
25 For David says respecting him: I had Jehovah constantly before my eyes; because he is at my right hand that I may never be shaken.
26 On this account my heart became cheerful and my tongue rejoiced greatly. Moreover, even my flesh will reside in hope;
27 because you will not leave my soul in Hades, neither will you allow your loyal one to see corruption (Acts 2).

So the body of Immanuel was raised from Hades and then kept without corruption, for the purpose of saving those in the 1AC. Jesus must have taken the body to a heavenly life support machine effectively and given it to 'the father', who may actually have been Abraham at that time, the ransomee of the 1AC, the person ransomed by that body. Jesus did not ascend to God and become a God himself until 33Sivan1 which he ascended as described in Acts 1.

So we see that validation sacrifices are to be resurrected and preserved alive in an uncorrupt state. Now we can understand why Satan and Jesus argued about the body of Moses...

9 But when Michael the archangel had a difference with the Devil and was disputing about Moses' body, he did not dare to bring a judgment against him in abusive terms, but said: May Jehovah rebuke you (Jude).

Moses was the mediator of the law covenant, a subcovenant of the ICC. So fleshly bodies of mediators of fleshly salvation covenants need to be preserved alive and uncorrupted too. Moses' body was washed in the blood of the non adamic Isaac. Without his body no Jew could be saved by virtue of the law covenant!

How are Validation Sacrifices Used?

Here is the interesting part. The children of Abraham, the children of the 1AC are washed in the blood of Abraham, and Abraham is ransomed by the human body of Jesus. This we know. Now Jesus was a genetic child of Mary and Joseph who had his genes enhanced shortly after conception so that he became non adamic. God left the characteristics of his parents in his DNA, but replaced the adamic sin DNA with the pre-fall adamic DNA, non adamic DNA. This made him non adamic from an adamic sin standpoint. But actually he became the son of the man, the son of Adam, the son of pre-fall Adam. He was genetically a son of pre fall Adam through the line of David via Mary and Joseph. Indeed we always count the phrase Son of Man, literally, for Jesus was a literal son of pre-fall Adam.

We postulated the idea that our genes become similarly enhanced when we are baptised into human salvation covenants. But this is unecessary. Once one has Abraham as a covenant father one has the right to be resurrected into his preserved body, which body has been washed by the blood of Jesus' human body. So one has the right to be resurrected into a non adamic but ageing body such as the one inhbaited by the Christ. But we do not normally exercise that right. All those who were resurrected during the Abrahamic system did exercise that right.

So now we see what these validation sacrifice bodies and mediator bodies are doing. They are all in life support cabinets in heavens, available should they be required. (This is getting a bit too much like Battlestar Galactica). Once one is sealed one qualifies for a non ageing non adamic human body, either from Melchizedek or from Methuselah. These bodies are given out to those who enter the next system on earth. We think that the LWs all got Isaaic half speed ageing non adamic bodies on 2012Sivan16 at the end of the temple ratio prophecy period of U108, when the LWs became Zoar. But these are upgraded to non ageing Methuselaian bodies on 2016Ab5. Because Ararat means curse reversed and the Ark hit the mountains of Ararat and Zoar is the joining of the two mountains of the 1NC and the 2NC administrations.