[30] Grammatical proof that the Bible is written in a Symbolic Code

At last, after 12 years of research we have found something that we believed was going to be there. We have found a set of rules that the wording of certain bible accounts must obey. 

[A] Firstly any account with a double designation (or triple etc) must have a repeated countable noun (for otherwise the word symbolism is the same as the literal or event symbolism). We have not checked this throughout the whole bible but it should hold true. 

[B] This one is more complex - Here are the rules:

[1]    From the Repetition Principle and the Successive Designations Principle, we know that every literal or symbolic bible account which does not have a Successive Designation but which does have an even number of incidences of a given noun acting as a noun, must have precisely one word symbolic thread.

[2]    From the Successive Designations Principle, we know that every literal or symbolic bible account which has a Successive Designation has at least two word symbolic threads and therefore certainly has one word symbolic thread.

[3]    From the Designations Principle, we know that any character or item in an account referred to by a given number of differing nouns acting as nouns (or as possessive adjectives) then these nouns must stand for that number of different characters or items in the various word symbolic threads of the account (if such exist).

[4]    From the Repetition Principle, we know that a noun acting as a noun which appears n times in an account with m total literal/event symbolic and word symbolic threads, takes a total number of meanings in all the word symbolic and non word symbolic threads equal to the largest factor of n which is less than or equal to m.  

If you put all these 4 together, then for bible accounts with at least one word symbolic thread (which is most of them) and with at least one multiply designated character or item (which also is a large fraction of them) we have two equations for the same thing (so long as none of the multiple designations stand for more than one character or item per symbolic meaning). 

So long as each of the multiple designations only stands for one character or item per meaning then we have two ways of calculating the total number of meanings (which is the total number of characters or items) represented in the word symbolisms by a multiply designated character or item in the account. We can calculate the number of incarnations of a character or item from the number of designations of that character or item. And we can calculate the total number of meanings of all of the designations of a multiply designated character or item from the number of repetitions of each of the designations themselves. 

Since both of these calculations must yield the the same answer we have now established a relationship between the number of different designations of a character or item in an account and the number of recitals of each of these designations in the account. There is of course no reason for such a relationship to exist unless the bible is indeed in a grammatical code. Furthermore by showing that this relationship holds true in all of a reasonable number of bible accounts, then we 'prove' that the bible is in a grammatical code. It is like the apostle Paul said:

5 Not that we of ourselves are adequately qualified to reckon anything as issuing from ourselves, but our being adequately qualified issues from God,
6 who has indeed adequately qualified us to be ministers of a new covenant, not of a written code (grammatoV), but of spirit; for the written code (grammatoV) condemns to death, but the spirit makes alive (2 Corinthians 3).

The Lords' Witnesses are (perhaps) adequately qualified to be ministers of a further new covenant of a written code which condemns an entire world to death an Armageddon. The Greek word for written code is basically 'grammar', which is the code of writing.

This relationship does not hold true with designations which apply to more than one character in the different threads of an account. Examples of designations which obviously can but do not always stand for more than one character or item are 'man', 'teacher' etc.

Furthermore there is a second straightjacket that bible accounts must fit. They must make sense in the word symbolic threads after the substitutions required by the Successive Designations Principle have been made. For example, a bible account could not contain the following:

Abraham loved Sarah, his wife
So he said: Sarah, I love you

Because the the second word symbolic thread would read:

Abraham loved his wife
So he said: His wife, I love you

So let us examine a whole load of Gospel accounts just to see if these predicted relationships hold true...

The Paralytic lowered through the roof

1 So boarding a boat he proceeded across and went to his own city
2 And, look! they were bringing him a paralytic lying on a bed. On seeing their faith Jesus said to the paralytic: Take courage, child; your sins are forgiven.
3 And, look! Certain ones of the scribes said to themselves: This [one] is blaspheming.
4 And Jesus, knowing their thoughts, said: Why are you thinking wicked things in your hearts?
5 For instance, which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven, or to say, Get up and walk?
6 However, in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority on earth to forgive sins, then he said to the paralytic: Get up, pick up your bed, and go to your home.
7 And he got up and went off to his home.
8 At the sight of this the crowds were struck with fear, and they glorified God, who gave such authority to men (anqrwpois) (Matthew 9).

1 However, after some days he again entered into Capernaum and he was reported to be at home.
2 Consequently many gathered, so much so that there was no more room, not even about the door, and he began to speak the word to them.
3 And they came bringing him a paralytic carried under/by 4 [ones] 
4
But not being able to bring [him] near to him on account of the crowd, they removed the roof over where he was, and having dug an opening they lowered the cot on which the paralytic was lying.
5
And when Jesus saw their faith he said to the paralytic: Child, your sins are forgiven.
6
Now there were some of the scribes there, sitting and reasoning in their hearts:
7
Why is this [one] talking in this manner? He is blaspheming. Who can forgive sins except one, God?
8
But Jesus, having discerned immediately by his spirit that they were reasoning that way in themselves, said to them: Why are you reasoning these things in your hearts?
9
Which is easier, to say to the paralytic, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Get up and pick up your cot and walk'?
10
But in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority to forgive sins upon the earth, he said to the paralytic:
11
I say to you, Get up, pick up your cot, and go to your home.
12 At that he did get up, and immediately picked up his cot and walked out in front of them all, so that they were all simply carried away, and they glorified the God, saying: We never saw the like of it (Mark 2).

17 In the course of one of the days he was teaching, and Pharisees and teachers of the law who had come out of every village of Galilee and Judea and Jerusalem were sitting there; and [the] power of [the] Lord was there for him to do healing.
18 And, look! Men (andreV) carrying on a bed a man who was [one] having been paralysed, and they were seeking a way to bring him in and place him before him.
19 So, not finding a way to bring him in on account of the crowd, they climbed up to the roof, and through the tiling they let him down with the little bed among those in front of Jesus.
20 And when he saw their faith he said: Man, your sins are forgiven you.
21 Thereupon the scribes and the Pharisees started to reason, saying: Who is this [one] that is speaking blasphemies? Who can forgive sins except the God alone?
22 But Jesus, discerning their reasonings, said in answer to them: What are you reasoning out in your hearts?
23 Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'?
24 But in order for you to know that the Son of man has authority on the earth to forgive sins he said to the [one] having been paralysed: I say to you, Get up and pick up your little bed and be on your way home.
25 And instantly he rose up before them, picked up what he used to lie on and went off to his home, glorifying God.
26 Then an ecstasy seized one and all, and they began to glorify God, and they became filled with fear, saying: We have seen strange things today! (Luke 5)

‘One having been paralysed’ is ‘the paralysed one’. 'Man' is grown up in understanding (knowing the true bible code). 'Child' is still naive in understanding. What Jesus actually says is what eventually occurs to the paralytic. What Jesus could have said is the baptism that the paralytic has already had in FDS1 or FDS3 (pick up your cot being the sealing in holy spirit). What the paralytic does, is what happens immediately to him.

Jesus 5x
Son of man 3x
of [the] Lord na

3 designations, so 3 characters or items in the word symbolic meaning. These are the 3 Sons of man, Jesus, Paul and Gordon. Incidentally 'Man' appears twice and takes two meanings, but the phrase' Son of man' always means 'Son of Adam' in an Edenic procreative sense.

Paralytic 8x
Child 2x
Man 2x

3 designations, so we have 3 characters. But each noun count is divisible by 2 so we have 3 new word symbolic meanings too. Men (1), Cot (4), Bed (2), Little Bed (2), Earth (na). We have at least two Sons of man with differing authority.

The word symbolic meaning

1 So boarding a boat he proceeded across and went to his own city
2 And, look! they were bringing him a paralytic [unable to stand or walk, Disfellowshipped faithful 2NCH saints from TCC1] lying on a bed (klinh) [suspended water baptism]. On seeing their faith Jesus said to the paralytic: Take courage, child [of Jesus, sanctified one], your sins are forgiven.
3 And, look! Certain ones of the scribes said to themselves: This [one] is blaspheming.
4 And Jesus, knowing their thoughts, said: Why are you thinking wicked things in your hearts?
5 For instance, which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven, or to say, Get up [be water baptised] and walk [be spirit baptised]?
6 However, in order for you to know that the Son of man [Jesus] has authority on earth [genitive - in the congregation] to forgive sins [not necessarily in the congregation i.e. anywhere on the planet], then he said to the paralytic: Get up, pick up your bed (klinh) [be sealed in holy spirit, pick up your resurrection as an earthly priest], and go to your home [The temple of FDS2].
7 And he got up and went off to his home [The sealing in the spirit happens after further testing in FDS2, the 2NCH baptism lasts 96 years not 96 months as does the 2NC ].
8 At the sight of this the crowds were struck with fear, and they glorified God, who gave such authority to men (anqrwpois) (Matthew 9).

1 However, after some days he again entered into Capernaum and he was reported to be at home.
2 Consequently many gathered, so much so that there was no more room, not even about the door, and he began to speak the word to them.
3 And they came bringing him a paralytic [Disfellowshipped sealed 1NC saints from FDS1 and FDS3] carried under/ by 4 [ones] [all of whom could walk, 1NC in FDS2, 2NCH in FDS2, 1NC in FDS4, 2NC in FDS4].
4
But not being able to bring [him] near to him on account of the crowd, they removed the roof over where he was, and having dug an opening they lowered the cot (krabattoV) on which the paralytic was lying [suspended spirit baptism - heavenly resurrection].
5
And when Jesus saw their faith he said to the paralytic: Child [of Jesus, sanctified one], your sins are forgiven.
6
Now there were some of the scribes there, sitting and reasoning in their hearts:
7
Why is this [one] talking in this manner? He is blaspheming. Who can forgive sins except one, God?
8
But Jesus, having discerned immediately by his spirit that they were reasoning that way in themselves, said to them: Why are you reasoning these things in your hearts?
9
Which is easier, to say to the paralytic, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Get up and pick up your cot [be sealed in spirit] and walk'?
10
But in order for you to know that the Son of man [Paul or Gordon] has authority to forgive sins upon the earth [genitive - in the congregations of FDS2 and FDS4], he said to the paralytic:
11
I say to  you, Get up, pick up your cot [Paul and Gordon cannot seal in spirit, but we can seal in flesh which has the same effect on 1NC saints], and go to your home [Heavenly temple - Jesus' lofty abode].
12 At that he did get up, and immediately picked up his cot and walked out in front of them all [They do not go home immediately, having to die first], so that they were all simply carried away, and they glorified the God, saying: We never saw the like of it (Mark 2).

17 In the course of one of the days he was teaching, and Pharisees and teachers of the law who had come out of every village of Galilee and Judea and Jerusalem were sitting there; and [the] power of [the] Lord was there for him to do healing.
18 And, look! Men (andreV) carrying on a bed (klinhV) [Genitive so no noun count - suspended spirit baptism - earthly hope] a man who was [one] having been paralysed [Disfellowshipped sealed 2NC saints from TCC3], and they were seeking a way to bring him in and place him before him.
19 So, not finding a way to bring him in on account of the crowd, they climbed up to the roof, and through the tiling they let him down with the little bed (klinidion) [suspended water baptism] among those in front of Jesus.
20 And when he saw their faith he said: Man [code aware saint], your sins are forgiven you.
21 Thereupon the scribes and the Pharisees started to reason, saying: Who is this [one] that is speaking blasphemies? Who can forgive sins except the God alone?
22 But Jesus, discerning their reasonings, said in answer to them: What are you reasoning out in your hearts?
23 Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'?
24 But in order for you to know that the Son of man [Gordon] has authority on the earth [genitive - in the congregation] to forgive sins [not necessarily in the congregation i.e. all over the planet] he said to the [one] having been paralysed: I say to you, Get up and pick up your little bed (klinidion) [be sealed in the flesh, get a resurrection, little bed, because not dead for long] and be on your way home [the temple of FDS4].
25 And instantly he rose up before them, picked up what he used to lie on [he was sealed in the flesh, having already been sealed in the spirit] and went off to his home, glorifying God.
26 Then an ecstasy seized one and all, and they began to glorify God, and they became filled with fear, saying: We have seen strange things today! (Luke 5).

By the parallel account principle, all three accounts are 3 separate fulfilments which make a whole together. Matthew is the 2NCH in TCC1, Mark in the 1NC in FDS1 and FDS3 and Luke is the 2NC in TCC3.

Pick up your bed means have a resurrection on earthly, a completed water baptism. Pick up your little bed means have a completed water baptism, with only a small death period, if you die at all, you will not be dead for long!! Pick up your cot means, have a completed spirit baptism to be a heavenly king. Gordon has the same authority as Jesus, more than Paul. He can forgive the sins of people who do not join the LWs. This is a granting of entrance into the FRC, under Melchizedek. But it is easier to say: Get up and Walk (join the 1AC and the 3AC) to someone joining the LWs than: Your sins are forgiven (join the FRC), to someone staying in the world. This is the Binary Question prophetic form. 

The two blind people cured in the house

27 As Jesus was passing along from there, two blind [ones] followed him, crying out and saying: Have mercy upon us, Son of David.
28 After he had gone into the house, the blind [ones] came to him, and Jesus asked them: Do you have faith that I can do this? They answered him: Yes, Lord.
29 Then he touched their eyes, saying: According to your faith let it happen to you.
30 And their eyes received sight. Moreover, Jesus sternly charged them, saying: See that nobody gets to know it.
31 But the [ones], after getting outside, made it public about him in all that region. (Matthew 9)

Jesus 3x
Son of David 1x
Lord 1x

No word symbolic meaning. Doesn’t appear to have a parallel account.  

The water turned into wine

1 Now on the 3rd day a marriage took place in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there.
2 Jesus and his disciples were also invited to the marriage.
3 And [due to] a shortage of wine the mother of Jesus said to him: They have no wine.
4 But Jesus said to her: What have I to do with you, woman? My hour has not yet come.
5 His mother said to the servants: Whatever he tells you, do.
6 As it was, there were 6 stone water-jars sitting there as required by the purification rules of the Jews, each able to hold 2 or 3 liquid measures.
7 Jesus said to them: Fill the water-jars of/with water. And they filled them to the brim.
8 And he said to them: Draw some out now and take it to the director of the feast. So they took it.
9
When, now, the director of the feast tasted the water that had been turned into wine but did not know what its source was, although the servants knew, the [ones] who had drawn out the water, the director of the feast called the bridegroom
10 and said to him: Every other man puts out the fine wine first, and when people are intoxicated, the inferior [one]. You have reserved the fine wine until now.
11 Jesus performed this in Cana of Galilee as [the] beginning of his signs, and he made his glory manifest; and his disciples put their faith in him.

Jesus 4x
Water 2x
The director of the feast 3x

Woman 1x
The Mother 3x. 

This account has no double designations and so has only one word symbolic meaning. Now even in the literal meaning, Jesus' mother is ambiguous, she is Mary and she is the holy spirit. He himself said that Mary was not his mother. So 'mother' means 'mother' in all threads, which can mean physical surrogate mother or true heavenly mother. There were 6 subcovenants of the 1AC, 6 means of entry into it through water baptism, through Moses, Ezra, John, Paul, Russell, Gordon. The two jars of the law were for Jews and proselytes (2 measures) and last 4, the 4 TCCs, were for sons of the FRC, ex sons of the 1AC and sons of the 3AC (3 measures).

1 Now on the 3rd day [The day of FDS3/WSS2] a marriage [the passover celebrations from 1994 to 2004] took place in Cana of Galilee [FDS3], and the mother of Jesus [the holy spirit] was there.
2 Jesus [Gordon] and his disciples [Tony and Massoud] were also invited to the marriage [went to some JW passovers].
3 And [due to] a shortage of wine the mother of Jesus said to him: They have no wine [no further sanctification into the 1NC].
4 But Jesus [Gordon] said to her: What have I to do with you, woman [Gordon identifies the holy spirit as all the loyal angels and as God's wife, his woman]? My hour [of acceptance] has not yet come.
5 His mother [the holy spirit] said to the servants [2NC saints]: Whatever he tells you, do.
6 As it was, there were 6 stone water-jars sitting there as required by the purification rules of the Jews, each able to hold 2 or 3 liquid measures [The 6 water baptisms into the 6 subcovenants of the 1AC].
7 Jesus [Gordon] said to them: Fill the water-jars of/with water. And they filled them to the brim [They grasped the full lengths of all 6 water baptisms].
8 And he said to them: Draw some out now and take it to the director of the feast [WSS2/GNS2]. So they took it.
9
When, now, the director of the feast tasted the water [water baptism] that had been turned into wine [spirit baptism] but did not know what its source was, although the servants knew, the [ones] who had drawn out the water, the director of the feast called the bridegroom [Jesus].
10 and said to him: Every other man puts out the fine wine first, and when people are intoxicated, the inferior [one]. You have reserved the fine wine [The spirit baptism with the best tasting food - the Tenuta del Ornelia of spirit baptisms] until now.
11 Jesus [Gordon] performed this in Cana of Galilee [FDS3/WSS2/GNS2 - The Watchtower] as [the] beginning of his signs, and he made his glory manifest; and his disciples put their faith in him [amen].  

So the wicked heads of the second GNS could not get re water baptised into the LWs, until the LWs had worked out the entire timetable of all water baptisms, including that of Russell (filled the water jars to the brim). This finished calculation was the basis of the 21st advert of the LWs [This account was decoded on May 31 in the afternoon].

Forgiveness 77 times

21 Then Peter came up and said to him: Lord, how many times is my brother to sin against me and am I to forgive him? Up to seven times?
22 Jesus said to him: I say to you, not, up to seven times, but, up to seventy-seven times (Matthew 18).

Jesus has two designations

Jesus 1x
Lord 1x

No repeated noun (7 times is eptakis which is an adverb). So now word thread, means no word symbolic meanings.  

The 11th hour workers in the vineyard

1 For the kingdom of the heavens is like a man, a householder, who went out early in the morning to hire workers for his vineyard.
2 When he had agreed with the workers for a denarius a day, he sent them forth into his vineyard.
3 Going out also about the 3rd hour, he saw others standing unemployed in the marketplace,
4 and to those he said, 'You also, go into the vineyard, and whatever is just I will give you.'
5 So off they went. Again he went out about the 6th and the 9th hour and did likewise.
6 Finally, about the 11th hour he went out and found others standing, and he said to them, 'Why have you been standing here all day unemployed?'
7 They said to him, 'Because nobody has hired us.' He said to them, 'You too go into the vineyard.'
8 When it became evening, the Lord of the vineyard said to his foreman, 'Call the workers and pay them their wages, proceeding from the last to the first.'
9 When the 11th-hour men came, they each received a denarius.
10 So, when the first came, they concluded they would receive more; but they also received pay at the rate of a denarius.
11 On receiving it they began to murmur against the householder
12 and said, 'These last put in one hour's work; still you made them equal to us who bore the burden of the day and the burning heat!'
13 But in reply to one of them he said, 'Fellow, I do you no wrong. You agreed with me for a denarius, did you not?
14 Take what is yours and go. I want to give to this last one the same as to you.
15 Is it not lawful for me to do what I want with my own things? Or is your eye wicked because I am good?'
16 In this way the last ones will be first, and the first ones last.

Man 1x
Householder 2x
Lord (of the vineyard) 1x (but vineyard is 4x).  

This is fully covered in [192]

The house built on sand

24 Therefore everyone that hears these sayings of mine and does them will be likened to a discreet man (andri) [sanctified Christian - son of the 2JC], who built the house of him [Kingdom hope] upon the rock-mass [Jesus Christ].
25 And the rain poured down [a new water baptism commenced] and the rivers came [persecution from secular and religious groups] and the winds blew [holy spirit tested him] and lashed against that house, but it did not cave in, for it had been founded upon the rock-mass.
26 Furthermore, everyone hearing these sayings of mine and not doing them will be likened to a foolish man (andri) [son of the 2JC], who built the house of him [Kingdom hope] upon the sand [idolising members of the congregation].
27 And the rain poured down and the rivers came and the winds blew and struck against that house and it caved in, and its collapse was great [to the individual in Gehenna] (Matthew 7).

47 Everyone that comes to me and hears my words and does them, I will show you whom he is like:
48 He is like a human (anqrwpoV) [son of the 1AC] building a house [Kingdom hope], who dug and went down deep [by thorough personal research] and laid a foundation [his faith] upon the rock-mass [Jesus Christ]. Consequently, when a flood arose [persecution began], the river [secular people] dashed against that house, but was not strong enough to shake it, because of its being well built.
49
But the [one] who hears and does not do, is like a human (anqrwpoV) [son of the 1AC] who built a house [Kingdom hope] upon the ground [the administration of the true church] without a foundation [faith]. Against it the river [secular people] dashed, and immediately it collapsed, and the ruin of that house became great [to the individual in Gehenna] (Luke 6).

Man 2x
Human 2x

2 designations for the house builder, so there are 2 characters referred to in the word symbolism, and we have two new word symbolic meanings also from the 2 counts. These 2 are a water baptised person and a spirit baptised person.

These are actually literal accounts, containing comparisons. There is one word symbolic thread. Matthew applies to saints in FDS1,2,3 by the Successive Subjects Principle and Luke applies to water baptised people in FDS4. 

The mustard grain parables

31 Another illustration he set before them, saying: The kingdom of the heavens is like a mustard grain, which a man took and planted in his field;
32 which is, in fact, the tiniest of all the seeds, but when it has grown it is the largest of the vegetables and becomes a tree, so that the birds of heaven come and find lodging among its branches (Matthew 13).

30 And he went on to say: With what are we to liken the kingdom of God, or in what illustration shall we set it out?
31 Like a mustard grain, which at the time it was sown in the ground was the tiniest of all the seeds that are on the earth,
32 but when it has been sown, it comes up and becomes greater than all other vegetables and produces great branches, so that the birds of the heaven are able to find lodging under its shadow (Mark 4).

18 Therefore he went on to say: What is the kingdom of God like, and with what shall I compare it?
19 It is like a mustard grain that a man took and put in his garden, and it grew and became a tree, and the birds of heaven took up lodging in its branches (Luke 13).

No Multiple Designations in the mustard seed parables.

The Centurion's slave

5 When he entered into Capernaum, an centurion came to him, entreating him
6 and saying: Lord, my manservant (paiV) is laid up in the house with paralysis, being terribly tormented.
7 He said to him: When I get there I will cure him.
8 In reply the Centurion said: Lord, I am not fit for you to enter under my roof, but just say the word and my manservant (paiV) will be healed.
9 For I too am a man placed under authority, having soldiers under me, and I say to this one, 'Be on your way!' and he is on his way, and to another, 'Come!' and he comes, and to my slave (douloV), 'Do this!' and he does it.
10 Hearing that, Jesus became amazed and said to those following him: I tell you the truth, With no one in Israel have I found so great a faith.
11 But I tell you that many from eastern parts and western parts will come and recline at the table with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of the heavens;
12 whereas the sons of the kingdom will be thrown into the darkness outside. There is where [their] weeping and the gnashing of [their] teeth will be.
13 Then Jesus said to the Centurion: Go. Just as it has been your faith, so let it come to pass for you. And the manservant (paiV) was healed in that hour (Matthew 8).

1 When he had completed all his sayings in the hearing of the people, he entered into Capernaum.
2 Now a certain slave (douloV) of a Centurion, who was dear to him, was ailing and was about to pass away.
3 When he heard about Jesus, he sent forth older men of the Jews to him to ask him to come and bring his slave safely through.
4 Then those that came up to Jesus began to entreat him earnestly, saying: He is worthy of your conferring this upon him,
5 for he loves our nation and he himself built the synagogue for us.
6 So Jesus started off with them. But when he was not far from the house, the Centurion had already sent friends to say to him: Lord, do not bother, for I am not fit to have you come in under my roof.
7 For that reason I did not consider myself worthy to come to you. But say the word, and let my manservant (paiV) be healed.
8 For I too am a man placed under authority, having soldiers under me, and I say to this one, 'Be on your way!' and he is on his way, and to another, 'Come!' and he comes, and to my slave (douloV), 'Do this!' and he does it.
9 Well, when Jesus heard these things he marveled at him, and he turned to the crowd following him and said: I tell you, Not even in Israel have I found so great a faith.
10 And those that had been sent, on getting back to the house, found the slave (douloV) in good health (Luke 7).

Manservant 4x
Slave 4x

Lord 3x
Jesus 6x

Two pairs of designations, the manservant has two new word symbolic meanings and Jesus has one new word symbolic meaning and Lord takes the literal meaning which will be different, so the relationship holds true here.

The Widow of Nain's son

11 Closely following this he traveled to a city called Nain, and his disciples and a great crowd were traveling with him.
12 As he got near the gate of the city, why, look! there was being carried out, having died, the only-begotten son to his mother. And, she was a widow. A considerable crowd from the city was also with her.
13 And when the Lord caught sight of her, he was moved with pity for her, and he said to her: Stop weeping.
14 With that he approached and touched the bier, and the bearers stood still, and he said: Young man, (Neaniske) I say to you, Get up!
15 And the dead [man] (nekroV) sat up and started to speak, and he gave him to his mother.
[16 Now fear seized them all, and they began to glorify God, saying: A great prophet has been raised up among us, and, God has turned his attention to his people.
17 And this news concerning him spread out into all Judea and all the surrounding country (Luke 7).]

The only begotten son to his mother 1x  (mother 2x)
Young man 1x

2 designations and two word symbolic meanings/characters

Mother 2x
Widow 1x

Two designations and two word symbolic meanings, the greater mother and the literal widow.

The 4 drachma's temple tax

24 After they arrived in Capernaum the men collecting the 2 drachmas [tax] approached Peter and said: Does your teacher not pay the 2 drachmas [tax]?
25 He said: Yes. However, having entered the house Jesus got ahead of/anticipated him saying: What do you think, Simon? From whom do the kings of the earth receive duties or head tax? From their sons or from the strangers?
26 When he said: From the strangers, Jesus said to him: Really, then, the sons are [tax] free.
27 But that we do not cause them to stumble, you go to the sea, cast a fishhook, and lift up the first fish coming up and, when you open its mouth, you will find a stater coin. Take that and give it to them for me and you (Matthew 17).

Peter 1x
Simon 1x

Jesus 1x
Teacher 1x

Both are doubly designated but all words only take the literal meaning. However teacher can stand for two different people, and Peter is a different person in corporeal terms, an angel, in the second presence, from his incarnation in the first presence. This is fully covered in [74].

The Keys of the Kingdom

13 Now when he had come into the parts of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus went asking his disciples: Who are men saying the Son of man is?
14 They said: Some say John the Baptist, others Elijah, still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.
15 He said to them: You, though, who do you say I am?
16 In answer Simon Peter said: You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.
17 In response Jesus said to him: Happy you are, Simon, son-of-Jonah (bar-jonah), because flesh and blood did not reveal [it] to you, but my Father who is in the heavens did.
18 Also, I say to you, You are Peter (petros), and on this rock-mass (petra) I will build my congregation, and the gates of Hades will not overpower it.
19 I will give you the keys of the kingdom of the heavens, and whatever you may bind on earth will be the thing bound in the heavens, and whatever you may loose on earth will be the thing loosed in the heavens (Matthew 16).

The Son of man 1x, The Son of the living God 1x 
The Christ 1x
Jesus 2x
Rock mass

These 4 designations (One of which 'The Son' exists with two descriptions) give 4 characters or items in the two word symbolic threads. The Rock mass is always the relevant Son of man. Jesus is the faithful 1NC saints of FDS1 who make it to FDS2, and the faithful 1NC saints of FDS3 who make it to FDS4 (there are not many of them). The two other sons of man are Paul and Gordon, who are submediators of the 2JC and so provide angelic offspring for Adam through the ARC. 

Simon 2x
Peter 2x
Bar-Jonah 1x

3 designations, and 3 different word symbolic meanings for them (Bar-Jonah is literal in both word symbolic threads).

The First Word Symbolism

13 Now when he had come into the parts of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus [the faithful 1NC saints in TCC2 as a group] went asking his disciples [movers from TCC1 to TCC2]: Who are men saying the Son of man [Paul] is?
14 They said: Some say John the Baptist, others Elijah, still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.
15 He [the son of man - Paul] said to them: You, though, who do you say I am?
16 In answer Simon [2NCH movers from TCC1 to TCC2] said: You are the Christ [of FDS2].
17 In response Jesus [the faithful 1NC saints in TCC2 as a group] said to him: Happy you are, Simon [2NCH movers from TCC1 to TCC2], because flesh and blood did not reveal [it] to you, but my Father [Jesus] who is in the heavens did.
18 Also, I say to you, You are Simon [2NCH movers from TCC1 to TCC2], and on this rock-mass (petra) [Paul] I will build my [new] congregation [when I get to heaven], and the gates of Hades will not overpower it.
19 I will give you [pass to you] the keys of the kingdom of the heavens, and whatever you may bind on earth will be the thing bound in the heavens, and whatever you may loose on earth will be the thing loosed in the heavens (Matthew 16).

The Second Word Symbolism

13 Now when he had come into the parts of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus [the faithful 1NC saints in TCC4 as a small group] went asking his disciples [movers from TCC3 to TCC4]: Who are men saying the Son of man [Gordon] is?
14 They said: Some say John the Baptist, others Elijah, still others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.
15 He [the son of man - Gordon] said to them: You, though, who do you say I am?
16 In answer Peter [2NC movers from TCC3 to TCC4] said: You are the Son of the living God [Firstborn son of Jesus - greater Joseph to the greater Jacob].
17 In response Jesus [the faithful 1NC saints in TCC4 as a small group] said to him: Happy you are, Son of Jonah [2NC movers from TCC3 to TCC4, sons of a greater Jonah], because flesh and blood did not reveal [it] to you, but my Father [Jesus] who is in the heavens did.
18 Also, I say to you, You are Peter [2NC movers from TCC3 to TCC4] (petros), and on this rock-mass (petra) [Gordon] I will build my [new] congregation [when I get to heaven], and the gates of Hades will not overpower it.
19 I will give you [pass to you] the keys of the kingdom of the heavens, and whatever you may bind on earth will be the thing bound in the heavens, and whatever you may loose on earth will be the thing loosed in the heavens (Matthew 16).

The blind person cured on the road

46 And they are coming into Jericho. But as he and his disciples and a considerable crowd were going out of Jericho, Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, [a] blind beggar, was sitting beside the way.
47 When he heard that it was Jesus, the Nazarene, he started shouting and saying: Son of David, Jesus [vocative], have mercy on me!
48 At this many began sternly telling him to be silent; but he kept shouting that much more: Son of David, have mercy on me!
49 So the Jesus stopped and said: call him. And they called the blind [one], saying to him: Take courage, get up, he is calling you.
50 Throwing off his outer garment, he leaped to his feet and went to the Jesus [accusative].
51 And in answer to him the Jesus said: What do you want me to do for you? The blind [one] said to him: Rabboni, let me recover sight.
52 And the Jesus said to him: Go, your faith has made you well. And immediately he recovered sight, and he began to follow him on the way (Mark 10).

35 Now as he was getting near to Jericho a certain blind [one] was sitting beside the way begging.
36 Because he heard a crowd moving through he began to inquire what this might mean.
37 They reported to him: Jesus, the Nazarene is passing by!
38 At that he cried out, saying: Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!
39 And those going in advance began to tell him sternly to keep quiet, but that much more he kept shouting: Son of David, have mercy on me.
40 Then [the - not in Vatican B] Jesus stood still and commanded him to be led to him. After he got near, [he] asked him:
41 What do you want me to do for you? He said: Lord, let me recover sight.
42 So the Jesus said to him: Recover your sight; your faith has made you well.
43 And instantly he recovered sight, and he began to follow him, glorifying the God. Also, all the people, at seeing [it], gave praise to the God (Luke 18).

Outer garment only appears once in Mark and does not appear in Luke, so adding the word counts for the pair still gives us only one meaning for outer garment, namely outer garment. This invalidates any word symbolic meanings. So this is not how one treats these two accounts.

To count parallel accounts with differing numbers of threads one splits them up into equi-threaded groups. Because these accounts are only parallel up to the number of threads that all the accounts share. 

Mark and Luke are parallel only up to the second word thread. The third word thread of Mark is not a parallel account since it does not exist in Luke. So we have a parallel account of Mark and Luke with 2 word threads, and a bit left over, namely the third word thread of Mark. Both of these become sub accounts of the account we create out of Mark and Luke. 

Then one adds the noun count of both sub accounts (Mark + Luke) + Mark, and these supply all the threads. So instead of treating these two accounts as individual accounts with 3 and 4 threads, we treat Mark as having the literal and the 3rd word symbolic thread, and then the pair of them as having 3 threads. We then sum both the noun counts and this is the total number of symbolic meanings for each noun in accordance with the Repetition Principle, in all the 4 threads. 

Jesus 16x
The Nazarene 3x
Son (8x) of David (and of Timaeus) 
Rabbonni  2x
Lord 1x

These 5 are Jesus, Paul, Gordon, FDS4 and Jesus' wife, in all the word symbolic threads, satisfying the Designations Principle.

Into and out of Jericho was the old town and the new town, and stands for the old FDS and the new FDS. Mark ditches outer garment of old priesthood and gets up - water baptism - and jumps to feet and goes to Jesus. This is a 10 year wait from 1994Elul to 2004Elul in the second presence fulfilment. Bartimaeus (meaning son of Timaeus in Hebrew) is the 2NCH sons of John, the sons of the 1EC (first word) and the son of Timaeus (the same thing) is the 2NC sons of Russell, the sons of the 3EC (second word). The blind beggar (third word) is the great crowd, without a name but with an outer garment to put off and delaying 10 years and being told to shut up. Now the pair of accounts must make up a non overlapping whole. So Luke is the 1NC saints in FDS1 and FDS3. Sitting is having lost water baptism. Recovery of sight means that they were his disciples before. The 2NCH and 2NC are water baptised in advance of their entry into FDS2/4 by stealth - get up he is calling you. 

The first word symbolism

46 And they are coming into Jericho. But as he [Jesus] and his disciples and a considerable crowd were going out of Jericho, Bartimaeus [Dan, the blind 2NCH saints, ex sons of John still under FDS1 - they lost their water baptism on sanctification - they are not beggars, the can research for food] was sitting beside the way.
47 When he heard that it was Jesus [Paul] he started shouting and saying: Son of David [Jesus], have mercy on me!
48 At this many began sternly telling him to be silent; but he kept shouting that much more: Son of David [Jesus], have mercy on me!
49 So the Jesus [Paul] stopped and said: call him [into TCC2]. And they called the blind [one], saying to him: Take courage, get up [get re-water baptised], he is calling you.
50 Throwing off his outer garment [old priesthood], he leaped to his feet [10 years from 67Tishri - 77Tishri] and went to the Jesus [Paul].
51 And in answer to him the Jesus [Paul] said: What do you want me to do for you? The blind [one] said to him: Rabboni [Paul the teacher of FDS2], let me recover sight.
52 And the Jesus [Paul] said to him: Go, your faith has made you well. And immediately he recovered sight, and he began to follow him on the way (Mark 10).

35 Now as he was getting near to Jericho a certain blind [one] [a group of faithful 1NC saints in GNS1] was sitting [Disfellowshipped] beside the way begging [asking others for spiritual food - not willing or able to research].
36 Because he heard a crowd moving through he began to inquire what this might mean.
37 They reported to him: Son of David [Jesus], is passing by!
38 At that he cried out, saying: Son of David [Jesus], have mercy on me!
39 And those going in advance began to tell him sternly to keep quiet, but that much more he kept shouting: Jesus [Paul], have mercy on me.
40 Then the [not in Vatican B] Jesus [Paul] stood still and commanded him to be led to him. After he got near, [he] asked him:
41 What do you want me to do for you? He said: Lord [Paul was the head of FDS2, the Lord of TCC2], let me recover sight.
42 So the Jesus [Paul] said to him: Recover your sight; your faith has made you well.
43 And instantly he recovered sight, and he began to follow him, glorifying the God. Also, all the people, at seeing [it], gave praise to the God (Luke 18).

The second word symbolism

46 And they are coming into Jericho. But as he and his disciples and a considerable crowd were going out of Jericho, the son of Timaeus [Manasseh, the blind 2NC saints, ex sons of Russell still under FDS3 - they lost their water baptism on sanctification, 1994Ab onwards - they are not beggars, they can research for food] was sitting beside the way.
47 When he heard that it was the Nazarene [Gordon], he started shouting and saying: Jesus [FDS4, the master standing for his slave, who is his representative], have mercy on me!
48 At this many began sternly telling him to be silent; but he kept shouting that much more: Jesus [FDS4, the master standing for his slave, who is his representative], have mercy on me!
49 So [the Jesus] the Nazarene [Gordon] stopped and said: call him. And they called the blind [one], saying to him: Take courage, get up, he is calling you.
50 Throwing off his outer garment [old priesthood], he leaped to his feet [10 years 1994Elul - 2004Elul] and went to the Jesus [accusative], [FDS4].
51 And in answer to him [the Jesus] the Nazarene [Gordon] said: What do you want me to do for you? The blind [one] said to him: Rabboni [Gordon the teacher of FDS4], let me recover sight.
52 And [the Jesus] the Nazarene [Gordon] said to him: Go, your faith has made you well. And immediately he recovered sight, and he began to follow him on the way (Mark 10).

35 Now as he was getting near to Jericho a certain blind [one] [a group of faithful 1NC saints in GNS2] was sitting [Disfellowshipped after 2001Nisan15] beside the way begging [asking others for spiritual food - not willing or able to research].
36 Because he heard a crowd moving through he began to inquire what this might mean.
37 They reported to him: the Nazarene is passing by!
38 At that he cried out, saying: Jesus, have mercy on me!
39 And those going in advance began to tell him sternly to keep quiet, but that much more he kept shouting: Jesus, have mercy on me.
40 Then [the [not in Vatican B] Jesus] the Nazarene [Gordon] stood still and commanded him to be led to him. After he got near, [he] asked him:
41 What do you want me to do for you? He said: Lord [Gordon the head of FDS4, the Lord of TCC4], let me recover sight.
42 So [the Jesus] the Nazarene [Gordon] said to him: Recover your sight; your faith has made you well.
43 And instantly he recovered sight, and he began to follow him, glorifying the God. Also, all the people, at seeing [it], gave praise to the God (Luke 18).

Jesus has to be composite here as he is not composite in the first word thread and he takes a different word symbolic meaning in each thread and were he to be just 'Gordon' then this would be a second fulfilment of the word symbolic meaning 'Paul' in the first thread, rather than a different word symbolic meaning. Then we need 'the Nazarene' to replace 'the Jesus', in order to get Gordon into the second thread (as Paul was in the first word thread). This account proves that one can substitute 'The Jesus' to be 'The the Nazarene', and shorten this to 'The Nazarene'. This shortening process (throwing out repeated words) is what happens with double designations in word symbolic threads. Jesus, Son of David, becomes Jesus, Jesus, which becomes Jesus.

The third word symbolism

46 And they came into Jericho. But as he and his disciples and a considerable crowd were going out of Jericho, [a] blind beggar [Benjamin, the sons of Russell who were to become sons of the 2NCH/GCC?], was sitting beside the way.
47 When he heard that it was Jesus [his wife re-water baptised], the Nazarene [from Jesus' home, heaven], he started shouting and saying: Son of David [Gordon], Jesus [his wife re-water baptised], have mercy on me!
48 At this many began sternly telling him to be silent; but he kept shouting that much more: Son of David [Gordon], have mercy on me!
49 So the Jesus [Jesus, the head of his wife] stopped and said: call him. And they called the blind [one], saying to him: Take courage, get up, he is calling you.
50 Throwing off his outer garment [old priesthood], he leaped to his feet [10 months - 2004Ab/Elul-2005Iyyar/Sivan] and went to the Jesus.
51 And in answer to him the Jesus said: What do you want me to do for you? The blind [one] said to him: Rabboni [Jesus, their heavenly teacher], let me recover sight.
52 And the Jesus said to him: Go, your faith has made you well. And immediately he recovered sight, and he began to follow him on the way (Mark 10).

Jesus (16), 5 designations for Jesus, way (5) outer-garment (2).