[63] The Sower of Matthew 13, Mark 4 & Luke 8

Many corrections had to be made to the NWT in these parallel accounts. The Kingdom Interlinear translation and William D. Mounce's Lexicon were used to retranslate key words from the Greek in order to create a code preserving translation. For example:

13 But these have no root, they believe for a season (kairon), but in a season (kairw) of testing they fall away (Luke 8), should be:
13 But these have no root, they believe for an appointed time (kairon), but in an appointed time (kairw) of testing they fall away (Luke 8).

4 and as he was sowing, some [seeds] fell alongside the road, and the birds came and ate them up (Matthew 13), should be:
4 and as he was sowing, some [seeds] fell alongside the way (para thn odon), and the birds came and ate them up (Matthew 13).

6 Jesus said to him: I am the way (h odoV) and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me (John 14).

The Way is FDS1, the Truth is FDS3, the Life is FDS4 (FDS2 was the Light).

From the Parallel Account Principle we see that there is a one global event symbolic meaning for all of the 3 parables.

Then, since all 3 parables have a repeated designation (the soil, the fine, or the soil, the good), there are 3 first word symbolic meanings for each of the 3 parables which combine to make a whole picture. And likewise there are 3 second word symbolic meanings for each of the 3 parables which combine to make a whole picture.

The soil and the fine [soil] are not two designations for soil, since the noun 'soil' is only used once and 'fine' is an adjective. In fact 'the fine [soil]' is a second description of the noun soil. But the phrase 'the soil, the fine [soil]' is a repeated designation for soil.

Orange text = successive designations
Olive text = successive descriptions 
Maroon text = successive alternatives
Teal text = successive subjects (of the same verb)
Blue text = LW explanations 

Logically untangling the parables and putting the jigsaw together

The first thing to notice is that the parable of Matthew refers to plural things being sown yet the explanation refers to singular things being sown. Whereas the parable of Mark refers to singular and plural things being sown yet its explanation refers to plural things being sown. This is saying that these two parables apply to something which can be both singular and plural, namely seed, in the event symbolism. Now in Luke, the parable refers to singular things being sown, but the explanation refers to both singular and plural things being sown. So here is a nice tangled up jigsaw from the holy spirit as regards number. These singulars and plurals are leading us to think of individuals and collectives as the things sown (i.e. people or congregations of people). Seed has this ambiguity, it can be an individual or a whole congregation of individuals.

In Luke we are told straight out, in the explanation, that the 'thing sown' is the 'word of God', which is the Kingdom Message in the literal meaning. Whereas in Mark we are told that the one sowing sows the 'word', which is ambiguous as it is the name for Jesus as well as a term for the kingdom message. In Matthew we read the whatever is sown is sown in the hearts of people, this could be a message or a baptism, a circumcision of the heart. The key lines are in the parable and explanation of Matthew:

5 But others fell upon the rocky/stony [places] where it did not have much soil (ghn), and immediately (euqewV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn) (Matthew 13).

20 But the [one] sown upon the rocky/stony [places], this is the [one] hearing the word and at once accepting it with joy (Matthew 13).

A singular person cannot be sown in two places, a message can be sown in two places. Seed can be sown in two places, and can hear the word if it is human seed. In the event symbolism the word is the word of God which is the word of the Kingdom which is the Bible. In the word symbolisms, by the descriptions principle, the word, the word of God, and the word of the kingdom are 3 fulfilments of the same symbolic meaning in each word thread. The first word symbolic meaning of the word/the word of God/the word of the kingdom is the understandings of each true church and the second is the seed of Jesus in each Christian subcovenant of the JAC. In summary:

Event: The seed is the message of the scriptures and 'the way' is angelically prepared hearts
Word1: The seed is the sons of the JAC and 'the way' is those in the 2AC, the TCC  (may be wrong, the seed must be a message since
sporoV only appears once in Luke 8. So perhaps it is the message of the next FDS to those in the previous TCC).
Word2: The seed is the message of an FDS and 'the way' is those in the 1AC

Jesus' 3 parables and explanations with their event symbolisms

If you never hear the message you can still be saved by obeying your conscience.
Once you hear the message you must respond to it and beat fruit under test to be saved.
Once you have seen a miracle you cannot be saved by faith alone, you must join the true church and remain in it to be saved.

Here the event symbolic meanings of each gospel parable recital are the same. They differ a lot in detail in order to express the different word symbolic meanings!

30 Moreover, those whom he foreordained [angelically prepared hearts] are the ones he also called [baptised into a test]; and those whom he called are the ones he also declared to be righteous [sealed, passing the baptism test]. Finally those whom he declared righteous are the ones he also glorified [with the blessing of the covenant they are sealed into] (Romans 8). 

3 Then he told them many [things] in parables, saying: Look! The one sowing went out to sow [The words of the bible].
4 And as he was sowing [these words in people's hearts], some indeed [ones] [words] fell alongside the way (para thn odon) [literally outside the furrow] [into hearts that had not been angelically prepared, soil that had not been tilled, for God is farming love in hearts not food in furrows], and the birds [demons] came and ate them up.
5 But others fell upon the rocky/stony [places] [hard hearted and shallow people] where it [the bible message] did not have much soil (ghn) [love to work with], and immediately (euqewV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn) [shallow love, superficial love for God and man].
6 But after the sun had risen [heat - physical persecution, or light - spiritual tribulation] it was scorched [damaged physically or spiritually], and because of not having root [conviction, where the mind has convinced the heart] it withered.
7 But others, fell upon [accusative]/among the thorns, and the thorns [the field of the heart is full of thorns, which are worldly desires, thorn plants which outgrow and therefore choke the growth of the kingdom message plant in the heart of the recipient] came up [in priority in the heart] and choked them.
8 But others fell upon the soil, the fine/rich/fertile [variety], [loving hearts] and they began to yield fruit [Further Kingdom messages sown in other hearts], this one 100, that one 60, the other 30. 
[9 Let him that has ears listen (Matthew 13).]  

18 You, then, listen to the parable of the [one] that sowed.
19 As for anyone hearing the word of the kingdom but not understanding it, the wicked one comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart [we are told that the seed is the kingdom message and the field is the heart]; this is the [one] sown alongside the way [When the kingdom message is sown into the heart, then the person enters into the baptism test of the 1AC. But these ones are sown alongside the furrow that the angels have prepared, alongside those with angelically prepared hearts, and without angelic help you cannot pass the test of the 1AC. Satan will take away the kingdom message from your heart unless you have angelic assistance. You get angelic assistance when you make the effort to try and understand the kingdom message by doing bible research. The angels then help you to get a clearer message. This is the angelic chess game for your heart. This is why it is so important to pray to God for angelic help].
20 But the [one] sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [rocks in the fields of their hearts], this is the one hearing the word and at once accepting it with joy.
21 Yet he has no root [no conviction. the root here is not deep understandings, it is secure foundation for your faith] in himself [superficial understanding, no depth, not properly thought through, so fails to understand enough to reach maturity, whereupon you produce further seed ] but is temporary, and after tribulation or persecution [from outsiders] has arisen through the word he is at once stumbled.
22 But the [one] sown into the thorns [thorn plants in the field of his heart, money, status, glory, etc., so no room for the kingdom seed to grow into a plant], this is the [one] hearing the word, but the anxiety of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches choke the word, and he becomes unfruitful [He stops growing before his plant is big enough to bear fruit. He is not able himself to sow further kingdom messages in peoples hearts].
23 But the [one] sown upon the fine soil (thn kalhn ghn) [in the angelically prepared heart of someone who wants to understand the Kingdom message, who stays the course and enters into the FRC, i.e. gets saved], this is the [one] hearing and understanding the word, who actually does bear fruit [Reaches the point where he sows kingdom message into other people's hearts] and produces [Kingdom covenanted seed, 1AC or ICC]. This one 100, that one 60, the other 30 (Matthew 13).
Word (6), Heart (1), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1)

2 And he was teaching them many [things] in parables and he was saying to them in his teaching:
3 Listen! Look! The one sowing went out to sow [The Kingdom message].
4 And as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] [of the kingdom message] fell alongside the way [into hearts that were not angelically prepared, because the candidate was not yet on an angelically guided path which precedes any baptism. This is what Paul calls Foreordination], and the birds [demons] came and ate it up [The angels must first call and train everyone who will enter into the 1AC].
5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] [a hard heart] and [the place] where it did not have much soil [not much love], and straight away (euquV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil [superficial love for God and man] (ghn).
6 And when the sun rose (kai ote aneteilen) [heat - physical persecution, or light - spiritual tribulation], it was scorched [physically or spiritually damaged], and because of not having root [no conviction - no emotional foundation] it withered.
7 And other [seed] fell into the thorns [a heart full of thorns, love for worldly goals], and the thorns came up [took priority over the kingdom message] and choked it, and it yielded no fruit [no further kingdom messages sown].
8 But others fell into the soil, the fine, [loving hearts - which must be angelically prepared non stony deep and thorn averse. Because everyone alongside the way or with a stony and shallow or thorn friendly heart fails (friendship with the world is enmity with God}. Only those with a fine heart which was angelically prepared, i.e. was in the way/the furrow, succeed in producing fruit. The seed must go into the furrow to do any good in arable farming terms] and coming up and increasing, they began to yield fruit [more kingdom message sowing], and they were bearing into 30 and in 60 and in 100.
[9 And he was saying: Let him that has ears to listen listen (Mark 4).]

14 The one sowing sows the word [The words of the bible, the scriptures, the kingdom message].
15 But these [messages], are the ones alongside the way where the word is sown, [the furrow in which the seed is supposed to go. Just as seed is scattered into the furrow and some of it missed, so the kingdom message is scattered around and some of it misses the furrow] and as soon as they have heard [the word] Satan comes and takes away the word that was sown into them.
16 And these [messages], likewise, are the ones sown upon the rocky/stony [places]. As soon as they have heard the word, they accept it with joy.
17 Yet they have no root in themselves [no conviction], but they are temporary, then as soon as tribulation or persecution arises through the word, they are stumbled.
18 And others [
alloi] [other sowings of the same message or other kingdom messages or other scriptures] are the [ones] sown into the thorns [thorns that are growing in the soil of the heart], these are the ones that have heard the word,
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful [the message stops growing and does not reach maturity].
20 And, the ones [messages] that were sown on the soil, the fine [amongst people with loving angelically prepared heart, in the road, on the path for them, in the furrow] are those who listen to the word and favourably receive it and bear fruit [sow further kingdom messages] in 30 and in 60 and in 100 (Mark 4). 
Word (8), Heart (0), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1)

5 The one sowing went out to sow his 'thing sown' [The scriptures - the bible]. Well, as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] fell [into the hearts of people] alongside the way [who had not been angelically prepared] and was trampled down [suppressed], and the birds of heaven [demons] ate it up.
6 And another landed upon [accusative] the rock-mass [unmoveable heart], and, after sprouting, it dried up because of not having moisture [they lose their heavenly 1AC baptism and do not get sealed in the flesh].
7 And another fell [into the hearts of people overcome by thorny concerns] in [the] midst of the thorns, and the thorns that grew up with it choked it off [never grew up].
8 And another fell into the soil, the good [loving and righteous hearts], and, after sprouting, it produced fruit [more seed, more kingdom message to sow] a hundredfold. As he told these things, he proceeded to call out: Let him that has ears to listen, listen (Luke 8).
Soil (5), Birds (2), Root (2), Sun (2), Thorns (5), Fruit (4), Thing sown (1), Way (3), Rock-mass (1), Moisture (1)

11 Now the illustration means this: The seed is the word of God.
12 Those [people] alongside the way/road are the ones that have heard, then the Devil comes and takes the word away from their hearts in order that they may not believe and be saved.
13 Those upon the rock-mass [it enters into their heart, but their heart is totally unmoved by the information, it acts like a rock mass to it. If your heart is not moved your life will not change] are the ones who, when they hear it, receive the word with joy, but these have no root [no conviction, the heart has not become emotionally attached to it. The heart does not love or value the message]; they believe for a season/appointed time, but in a season/appointed time of testing they fall away [everyone gets a season when their love for the kingdom message is nurtured and can grow to maturity. And then everybody gets an appointed time of testing to see whether they have a strong enough root in their heart]
14 As for that which fell among the thorns, these are the ones that have heard [so they are in the 1AC], but, by being carried away by anxieties and riches and pleasures of this life [fleshly desires are fine, so long as you do not get carried away by them. If you do then then become thorn bushes in your heart], they are completely choked [because they let the thorns take over their heart] and bring nothing to maturity/completion [they do fail to develop righteous or loving character traits and therefore fail to pass the 1AC baptism test and enter into the FRC.]
15 As for that on the fine soil [th kalh gh], these are the ones that, after hearing the word with a fine and good heart [their soil], retain it and bear fruit [sow further kingdom messages] with endurance (Luke 8).
Word (4), Heart (1), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1), Rock-mass (0)

16 No one, after lighting a lamp, covers it with a vessel or puts it underneath a bed, but he puts it on a lampstand, that those stepping in may behold the light.
17 For there is nothing hidden that will not become manifest, neither anything carefully concealed that will never become known and never come into the open.
18 Therefore, pay attention to how you listen; for whoever has, more will be given him, but whoever does not have, even what he imagines he has will be taken away from him (Luke 8).

So all who bear fruit have found the path which the angels prepared for them. For no one sown outside the furrow reaches maturity, which is passing the baptism test. Look back and you will see parts of that path prepared for you by the angels.

Explanations: Matthew + Mark + Luke: Word (18), Heart (2), Way (3), Root (3), Thorns (3), Soil (3), Rock-mass (0) 
Parables: Soil (5), Birds (2), Root (2), Sun (2), Thorns (5), Fruit (4), Thing sown (1), Way (3), Rock-mass (1), Moisture (1).
Parables plus explanations: Soil (8), Way (6), Thorns (8), Root (5), Birds (2), Sun (2), Rock-mass (1), Moisture (1), Fruit (4), Heart (2), Thing sown (1). 

The word 'seed' or 'thing sown', sporoV, only appears in Luke 8. In Matthew and Mark it is implied but not actually mentioned!

2 successive subjects choke the word in Matthew and 3 successive subjects choke the word in Mark and 3 successive subjects carry away so as to completely choke in Luke. This must have to do with the 3 applications of the explanations of Mark (double designation) and Luke (double description) and the 2 applications of the explanation of Matthew. This is the Successive Subjects Principle.

The First Word Symbolism

Matthew is FDS1, Mark is FDS3, Luke is FDS2 and FDS4. The sower is sowing saints.

3 Then he told them many [things] in parables, saying: Look! The one sowing went out to sow [Saints].
4 And as he was sowing [progressive development], some indeed [ones] [some saints] fell alongside the way (para thn odon) [literally outside the furrow] [the furrow is the organized structure of the TCC1. Some seed fell outside and was sanctified outside the church - like Cornelius], and the birds [demons ] came and ate them up.
5 But others fell upon the rocky/stony [places] [congregations in TCC1] where it did not have much soil (ghn) [], and immediately (euqewV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn) [].
6 But after the sun had risen [] it was scorched [], and because of not having root [] it withered []
7 But others, fell upon [accusative]/among the thorns [in congregations of TCC1], and the thorns [] came up [] and choked [] them [].
8 But others fell upon the soil, the fine/rich/fertile [variety], [in TCC1] and they began to yield fruit [], this one 100, that one 60, the other 30 [The Jewish call lasted for 30 years - see U42. The Proselyte call lasted for 30 years, the Samaritan call lasted for 60 years and the Gentile call lasted for 100 years from 36Tishri to 136Tishri]
[9 Let him that has ears listen (Matthew 13).]  

18 You, then, listen to the parable of the [one] that sowed.
19 As for anyone [saints] hearing the word of the kingdom  but not understanding it [], the wicked one [] comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart ; this is the [one] sown alongside the way [TCC1 was the way].
20 But the [one] sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [], this is the one hearing the word [] and at once accepting it with joy.
21 Yet he has no root  in himself [] but is temporary, and after tribulation or persecution [] has arisen through the word he is at once stumbled.
22 But the [one] sown into the thorns [], this is the [one] hearing the word [], but the anxiety of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches choke the word [], and he becomes unfruitful.
23 But the [one] sown upon the fine soil (thn kalhn ghn) [], this is the [one] hearing and understanding the word, who actually does bear fruit [] and produces. This one 100 [for 100x], that one 60, the other 30. [The Jewish call lasted for 30 years - see U42. The Proselyte call lasted for 30 years, the Samaritan call lasted for 60 years and the Gentile call lasted for 100 years from 36Tishri to 136Tishri] (Matthew 13).
Word (6), Heart (1), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1)

2 And he was teaching them many [things] in parables and he was saying to them in his teaching:
3 Listen! Look! The one sowing went out to sow [Jesus went to sow some saints for and into TCC3].
4 And as he was sowing [progressive development], some indeed [of it] [] fell alongside the way [outisde the church of TCC3], and the birds [demons] came and ate it up [].
5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] and [the place] where it did not have much soil [], and straight away (euquV) it sprang up [] because of not having depth of soil [] (ghn).
6 And when the sun rose (kai ote aneteilen) [], it was scorched [], and because of not having root [] it withered []
7 And other [seed] fell into the thorns [], and the thorns came up [] and choked it [], and it yielded no fruit [].
8 But others fell into the soil, the fine, [] and coming up and increasing, they began to yield fruit [], and they were bearing into 30 and in 60 and in 100 [30 years from the Gentile Continuation call in 1887Ab10 to the filling of the body in 1917Ab10 - 1NC Kings only, no reserves. 60 years from the Jewish call in 1911Heshvan29 to 1971Heshvan29 for 1NC Kings and 1NC reserves. 30 years from the Proselyte call on 1915Nisan18 to 1945Nisan18, for the 1NC kings and reserves (this call cannot be 60 times long because Jesus must be fully born 33 years before 2008Nisan14 in the pattern of the Kingdom, and the first called, the Jews, will be the last to be called in TCC3 - Matthew 20 calls into the vineyard - in this way the first will be last and the last first). 100 months for the 2NC Kings Samaritan call from the Watchtower from 2000Nisan to 2008Ab. Jesus is 'born' in 1971Heshvan29 from the pattern of the 3rd holy spirit - Hence the Jewish call must last for 60 years.]
[9 And he was saying: Let him that has ears to listen listen (Mark 4).]

14 The one sowing sows the word [The word into saints, or the word symbolises saints].
15 But these [messages], are the ones alongside the way where the word is sown, [the furrow in which the seed is supposed to go. TCC3 in this case. Just as seed is scattered into the furrow and some of it misses, so the saints are sanctified some in the church and some outside] and as soon as they have heard [the word] Satan comes and takes away the word that was sown into them.
16 And these [], likewise, are the ones sown upon the rocky/stony [places]. As soon as they have heard the word, they accept it with joy.
17 Yet they have no root in themselves [no conviction], but they are temporary, then as soon as tribulation or persecution arises through the word, they are stumbled.
18 And others [alloi] [] are the [ones] sown into the thorns [], these [seed or these who have had seed sown into them?] are the ones that have heard the word [and therefore what is sown could be human or could be a message],
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful [saints stop growing and do not reach maturity - they are not sealed].
20 And, the ones [saints] that were sown on the soil, the fine [] are those who listen to the word and favourably receive it and bear fruit [] in 30 and in 60 and in 100 [30 years from the Gentile Continuation call in 1887Ab10 to the filling of the body in 1917Ab10 - 1NC Kings only, no reserves. 60 years from the Jewish call in 1911Heshvan29 to 1971Heshvan29 for 1NC Kings and 1NC reserves. 30 years from the Proselyte call on 1915Nisan18 to 1945Nisan18, for the 1NC kings and reserves (this call cannot be 60 times long because Jesus must be fully born 33 years before 2008Nisan14 in the pattern of the Kingdom, and the first called, the Jews, will be the last to be called in TCC3 - Matthew 20 calls into the vineyard - in this way the first will be last and the last first). 100 months for the 2NC Kings Samaritan call from the Watchtower from 2000Nisan to 2008Ab. Jesus is 'born' in 1971Heshvan29 from the pattern of the 3rd holy spirit - Hence the Jewish call must last for 60 years] (Mark 4). 
Word (8), Heart (0), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1)

5 The one sowing went out to sow his 'thing sown' [The saints]. Well, as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] fell [] alongside the way [sanctified outside the church of FDS2 or of FDS4] and was trampled down [suppressed], and the birds of heaven [demons] ate it up [so that the saints never made it into the church].
6 And another landed upon [accusative] the rock-mass [], and, after sprouting, it dried up because of not having moisture [].
7 And another fell [] in [the] midst of the thorns, and the thorns that grew up with it choked it off [].
8 And another fell into the soil, the good [Good church administration], and, after sprouting, it produced fruit [] a hundredfold [100 months of Samaritan call in the Gentile time slot, for sanctification into the 2NC from 2000Nisan to 2008Ab- in the case of TCC4 and 100 months for the ELC in TCC2 and 100 years for the HLC in TCC2]. As he told these things, he proceeded to call out: Let him that has ears to listen, listen (Luke 8).
Soil (5), Birds (2), Root (2), Sun (2), Thorns (5), Fruit (4), Thing sown (1), Way (3), Rock-mass (1), Moisture (1)

11 Now the illustration means this: The seed is the word of God [the message for the saints or the saints themselves i.e. sowing Jesus?]
12 Those [saints] alongside the way/road [of TCC2 or TCC4] are the ones that have heard, then the Devil comes and takes the word away from their hearts in order that they may not believe and be saved.
13 Those upon the rock-mass [] are the ones who, when they hear it, receive the word with joy, but these have no root []; they believe for a season/appointed time, but in a season/appointed time of testing they fall away [every saint gets a season when their love for the kingdom message is nurtured and can grow to maturity. And then every saint gets an appointed time of testing to see whether they have a strong enough root in their heart]
14 As for that which fell among the thorns, these are the ones that have heard [], but, by being carried away by anxieties and riches and pleasures of this life [], they are completely choked [] and bring nothing to maturity/completion []
15 As for that on the fine soil [th kalh gh], these are the ones that, after hearing the word with a fine and good heart [a double description. So this account has two fulfilments, one for TCC3 and the other for TCC4], retain it and bear fruit [] with endurance (Luke 8).
Word (4), Heart (1), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1), Rock-mass (0)

 

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OUT OF DATE AND INCORRECT

So the event symbolism is the story of entrance into and exit from the 1AC, the temple built on the rock mass of Melchizedek. The first word thread is the story of entrance into and exit from the 2AC, the temple built on the rock mass of Gabriel in Methuselah. The second word thread is the story of entrance into and exit from the 3AC, the temple built on the rock mass of Michael in Jesus. 

Now all 3 parables describe the same set of events in the event symbolism, just as the 1AC does not change through sub covenant or through a new church, for it has an angelically managed congregation. But the 2AC changes with the true churches, giving us the various fulfilments of the first word symbolic thread, and the JAC changes with its various sub covenants, giving us the various fulfilments of the second word symbolic thread. 

There is an interesting comparison drawn between the sons of the two fleshly covenants, the 1AC and the 2AC who respond to the bible directly or to the message of the true church respectively, whereas the sons of the 3AC respond to their sanctification. In the case of the sons of the 3AC their response has to do with gratitude. Paul expressed his gratitude by calling his baptism an undeserved kindness.

The subaccount symbolic structure of the created account of the sower

Matthew Parable Mark Parable Luke Parable Matthew Interpretation Mark Interpretation Luke Interpretation
Event Event Event Literal of Event Literal of Event Literal of Event
Word1 2x Word1 Word1 2x Word1 Word1 of Word1 2x Word1
Word2 2x Word2 Word2   Word2 of Word2  

 

First Word Symbolism

To listen! is to research and grasp the literal meaning of the bible and the event symbolic meanings for yourself (not to research other Christians ideas about what the bible might mean). To look! is see, research and grasp the word symbolisms of the bible for yourself. There are two senses that man has for detecting things (hearing and seeing) and each bible account is meant in two 'senses', the first sense or meaning is the literal or event symbolic and the second sense or meaning is the word symbolic.

Jesus teaches FDS1 and FDS3, for they come first in each presence, and he has to tell them both to listen and to look because they neither listen nor look, they are Mark (which has the double description and therefore has two fulfilments - see the Successive Descriptions Principle). Jesus tells FDS2 many things and he only has to tell them to look! since they did listen. FDS4 listen and look so Jesus doesn't say anything to them, we do it without having to be asked. FDS2 he taught many things, because they come second. FDS4 does what he wants without Jesus having to ask.

The first (and only in the case of Matthew) word symbolic meaning(s) of all the explanations apply to the first word symbolic thread of all the parables. So the thing sown is the word of God and the word and the word of the kingdom that is sown in the heart. (This word symbolic meaning of the three explanations behaves like a literal meaning of three parallel accounts, since all three explanations must describe the same word symbolic picture for the parables).

3 Then he told them many [things] in parables, saying: Look! The [one] sowing went out to sow [The FDS2 message];
4 and as he was sowing, some indeed [ones] [who had heard] fell alongside the way (para thn odon) [The way is the sons of the 1AC], and the birds [demons] came and ate them up.
5 But others [who had heard] fell upon the rocky/stony [places] where it [the congregation] did not have much soil (ghn) [get much support from its administration], and immediately (euqewV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn) [shallow administration].
6 But after the sun had risen [light - after the manifestation of presence] it was scorched [spiritual tribulation rather than physical persecution], and because of not having root [faith in God] it withered.
7
But others [who had heard], too, fell upon/among the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked them.
8
But others [who had heard] fell upon the soil, [effective administration] and they began to yield fruit [fleshly kingdom seed], this one 100, that one 60, the other 30
[9 Let him that has ears listen (Matthew 13).]

2 So he began to teach them many [things] in parables and to say to them in his teaching:
3 Listen! Look! The [one] sowing went out to sow [The FDS1 and the FDS3 message].
4 And as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] [kingdom message] fell [into the hearts of those] alongside the way [The sons of the 1AC], and the birds [demons] came and ate it up.
5 And other [kingdom message] fell [into the hearts of those] upon the rocky [place] and [the place] where it did not have much soil, and straight away (euquV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn).
6 And when the sun rose (kai ote aneteilen), [light - during the manifestation of presence] , it was scorched [spiritual tribulation rather than physical persecution], and because of not having root [faith in God] it withered.
7
And other [kingdom message] fell [into the hearts of those] among the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked it, and it yielded no fruit [fleshly kingdom seed].
8 But others [who had heard] fell into the soil, [effective administration] and coming up and increasing, they began to yield fruit [fleshly kingdom seed], and they were bearing into 30 and in 60 and in 100.
[9 And he was saying: Let him that has ears to listen listen (Mark 4).]

5 The [one] sowing sower went out to sow his seed (actually 'thing sown') [The FDS4 message]. Well, as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] [the message] fell [into the hearts of those] alongside the way [The sons of the 1AC] and was trampled down, and the birds of heaven [rotten 1NC saints] ate it up.
6 And another [decoded message] landed [in the hearts of those] upon the rock-mass [sons of the ICC in the temple of TCC4 on the rock mass of Gabriel], and, after sprouting, it dried up because of not having moisture [they lose their earthly water baptism and do not get declared righteous in the flesh].
7 And another [decoded message] fell [into the hearts of those] among the thorns, and the thorns that grew up with it choked it off.
8 And another [decoded message] fell [into the hearts of those] into the soil, [effective administration] and, after sprouting, it produced fruit [fleshly kingdom seed] a hundredfold. [As he told these things, he proceeded to call out: Let him that has ears to listen, listen (Luke 8).]

Some [of it] and other [of it] singular means some Kingdom Message and other Kingdom Message
Some [ones] and others plural means some [ones] who have heard the kingdom message and others who have heard the Kingdom Message (word symbolisms have this singular-plural flexibility).
Another [one] means some Decoded Kingdom Message

18 And others are the ones sown among the thorns; these are the ones that have heard the word,
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.

Verse 18 tells us that the word symbolic meaning of 'others' is 'those who have heard'. It also tells us that 'Others' who are sown among the thorns and those who have heard and get choked.

The 1st and only Word symbolic meaning of the explanation of Matthew applies to the 1st word symbolic meaning of the parable of Matthew
The 1st and 2nd Word symbolic meanings of the explanation of Mark apply to the 1st and 2nd word symbolic meanings of the parable of Mark
The 1st and only Word symbolic meaning of the explanation of Luke applies to the 1st and 2nd word symbolic meanings of the parable of Luke because the explanation has a double description.

But then all three parables have the same first word symbolism, so all three explanations apply to all three parables in the first word symbolism.

The word symbolism of Matthew's explanation cannot apply to the second word symbolism of the parable of Matthew because a man cannot sanctify someone who is outside the congregation, only an angel can do that. And the word 'man', appears only once in the explanation, or in any other explanation or parable, so it means man.

Jesus' 3 Explanations, the first word symbolism of each one explains the first word symbolism of each parable

18 You, then, listen to the parable of the [one] that sowed [The FDS2 message].
19 As for everyone hearing the word of the kingdom but not understanding it, the wicked one comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart [The FDS2 Message]; this is the [one] sown alongside the way [the sons of the 1AC].
20 As for the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS2] sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [oppressive administrations], this is the [one] [part of the congregation] hearing the word and at once accepting it with joy.
21 Yet he has no root in himself [spiritual stability - faith in God] but is temporary, and after tribulation or persecution has arisen through the word he is at once stumbled.
22 As for the [one] [the part of the congregation of FDS2] sown into the thorns, this is the [one] [part] hearing the word, but the anxiety of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches choke the word, and he becomes unfruitful.
23 As for the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS2] sown upon the fine soil (thn kalhn ghn) [the fine administration], this is the [one] [part] hearing and understanding the word, who really does bear fruit [fleshly kingdom seed] and produces, this one 100, that one 60, the other 30 (Matthew 13).

14 The one sowing sows the word [The FDS1 and FDS3 Message].
15 These [who have heard], then, are the ones alongside the way [the sons of the 1AC] where the word is sown, but as soon as they have heard [the word] Satan comes and takes away the word that was sown into them.
16 And likewise these [who have heard] are the ones sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [oppressive administrations]. As soon as they have heard the word, they accept it with joy.
17 Yet they have no root in themselves [spiritual stability - faith in God], but they are temporary, then as soon as tribulation or persecution arises through the word, they are stumbled.
18 And others [who have heard] are the ones sown into the thorns; these are the ones that have heard the word,
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.
20 And, the ones [who have heard] that were sown on the soil, [the administration] are those who listen to the word and favorably receive it and bear fruit [fleshly kingdom seed] in 30 and in 60 and in 100 (Mark 4).

11 Now the parable means this: The 'thing sown' is the word of God [The FDS4 Message].
12 Those [who have heard] alongside the way [the sons of the 1AC] are the ones that have heard, then the Devil comes and takes the word away from their hearts in order that they may not believe and be saved [so they never get water baptised into the 2AC].
13 Those upon the rock-mass [in TCC4 on the rock mass of Gabriel] are the ones [who have heard the message of FDS4] who, when they hear it, receive the word with joy, but these have no root [faith in God or his true church]; they believe for an appointed time [the cleansing period of their earthly water baptism], but in an appointed time of testing [sealing period of their earthly water baptism] they fall away.
14 But the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS4] which fell into the thorns, these are the ones that have heard, but, by being carried away by anxieties and riches and pleasures of this life, they are completely choked and bring nothing to perfection [water baptised but not declared righteous].
15 But the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS4] in the fine soil (th kalh gh) [the fine/righteous administration], these are the ones that, after hearing the word with a fine and good heart, retain it and bear fruit [fleshly kingdom seed] with endurance (Luke 8).

Second Word Symbolism

The sons of the 1NC and the HLC neither listen nor look, they are Mark, Jesus' begins to teach these ones as they are the least knowledgeable saints. Matthew is the sons of the ELC, who do listen but do not look. Luke is the sons of the 2NC, who listen and look without being asked, so Jesus doesn't say have to say anything to them. 

18 And others are the ones sown among the thorns; these are the ones that have heard the word [the seed of the JAC],
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word [the seed of the JAC in them], and it becomes unfruitful.

Some [of it] and other [of it] singular means the some and other word in the sense of the seed of the JAC
Some [ones] and others plural means those who have heard the seed of the JAC, and in the case of those that fell among the thorns they may choke the seed of the JAC, so they are themselves the seed of the JAC. So Some [ones] and others are the plural seed of the JAC, the sons of the JAC.
Another [one] means another seed of the JAC, more specifically the seed of the 2NC.

3 Then he told them many [things] in parables, saying: Look! The sower went out to sow [sons of the ELC];
4 and as he was sowing, some indeed [ones] [seeds] fell alongside the way (para thn odon) [the TCC], and the birds came and ate them up.
5 But others fell upon the rocky [places] where it did not have much soil (ghn), and immediately (euqewV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn).
6 But after the sun had risen [heat - physical persecution rather than spiritual tribulation] it was scorched [physically damaged], and because of not having root [faith in God] it withered.
7 But others, too, fell upon/among the thorns [internal corruptors], and the thorns came up and choked them.
8
But others fell upon the fine [administration], and they began to yield fruit [angelic kingdom seed], this one 100, that one 60, the other 30
[9 Let him that has ears listen (Matthew 13).

2 So he began to teach them many [things] in parables and to say to them in his teaching:
3 Listen! Look! The sower went out to sow [sons of the 1NC and HLC] .
4 And as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] [seed] fell alongside the way [TCC], and the birds came and ate it up.
5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] and [the place] where it did not have much soil, and straight away (euquV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn).
6 And when the sun rose (kai ote aneteilen) [heat - physical persecution rather than spiritual tribulation - the HLC were not affected by the light of the manifestation of the first presence], it was scorched [physically damaged], and because of not having root [faith in God] it withered.
7 And other [seed] fell among the thorns, and the thorns [internal corruptors] came up and choked it, and it yielded no fruit.
8 But others fell into the fine [administration], and coming up and increasing, they began to yield fruit [angelic kingdom seed], and they were bearing into 30 and in 60 and in 100.
[9 And he was saying: Let him that has ears to listen listen (Mark 4).]

5 The sower went out to sow his seed (actually 'thing sown') [sons of the 2NC]. Well, as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] fell alongside the way [TCC] and was trampled down, and the birds of heaven ate it up.
6 And another [son of the 2NC] landed upon the rock-mass [Jesus, so they are living stones, sons of 3AC], and, after sprouting, it dried up because of not having moisture [no water baptism].
7 And another [son of the 2NC] fell among the thorns, and the thorns [internal corruptors] that grew up with it choked it off.
8 And another [son of the 2NC] fell into the good [administration], and, after sprouting, it  produced fruit [angelic kingdom seed] a hundredfold. [As he told these things, he proceeded to call out: Let him that has ears to listen, listen (Luke 8).]

Jesus' explanation of Mark in the second word symbolism explains the second word symbolism of Mark (and since all the parables share a common second word symbolism, it explains the others too). 

A double description in an interpretation or explanation of a symbolic account provides two fulfilments both of which are explanations of a symbolism, i.e. it provides two symbolic meaning explanations, which is two explanations of two word symbolic threads. So the first word symbolic meaning of Luke's explanation applies to the first and second word symbolic meanings of Luke's parable. 

A double alternative description in an explanation with only one word thread likewise provides the symbolic meaning of two word threads in the symbolic account. One alternative for each thread.

The word sporos the Greek noun meaning (thing sown or seed), only appears once in the three parables and once in the three explanations this limits its symbolic meaning to be the kingdom message period. So the first word symbolism is about sowing this message to the different water baptised groups, the 4 TCCs, and the second word symbolism is about sowing this message to the different spirit baptised groups, the saints of the 4 spirit covenants.

[[[18 You, then, listen to the parable of the [one] that sowed [The FDS2 message].
19 As for everyone hearing the word of the kingdom but not understanding it, the wicked one comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart [The FDS2 Message]; this is the [one] sown alongside the way [the sons of the 1AC].
20 As for the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS2] sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [oppressive administrations], this is the [one] [part of the congregation] hearing the word and at once accepting it with joy.
21 Yet he has no root in himself [spiritual stability - faith in God] but is temporary, and after tribulation or persecution has arisen through the word he is at once stumbled.
22 As for the [one] [the part of the congregation of FDS2] sown into the thorns, this is the [one] [part] hearing the word, but the anxiety of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches choke the word, and he becomes unfruitful.
23 As for the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS2] sown upon the fine soil (thn kalhn ghn) [the fine administration], this is the [one] [part] hearing and understanding the word, who really does bear fruit [fleshly kingdom seed] and produces, this one 100, that one 60, the other 30 (Matthew 13).]]] This might apply through the successive alternative??

14 The one sowing sows the word [Jesus' seed of the JAC].
15 These [seed], then, are the ones alongside the way [the true Christian Congregation - it is impossible for sanctification to befall an unprepared heart, or to befall someone outside the 1AC, an unbeliever, so the way must be the TCC, not prepared hearts or believers] where the word is sown, but as soon as they have heard [the word] Satan comes and takes away the word that was sown into them.
16 And likewise these [seed] are the ones sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [oppressive administrations]. As soon as they have heard the word, they accept it with joy.
17 Yet they have no root in themselves [spiritual stability - faith in God], but they are temporary, then as soon as tribulation or persecution arises through the word, they are stumbled.
18 And others [of the seed] are the ones sown into the thorns [internal corruptors], these are the ones that have heard the word,
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.
20 And, the ones [of the seed] that were sown on the fine, [administration] are those who listen to the word and favourably receive it and bear fruit [angelic kingdom seed] in 30 and in 60 and in 100 (Mark 4).

[[[11 Now the parable means this: The 'thing sown' is the word of God [The FDS4 Message].
12 Those [who have heard] alongside the way [the sons of the 1AC] are the ones that have heard, then the Devil comes and takes the word away from their hearts in order that they may not believe and be saved [so they never get water baptised into the 2AC].
13 Those upon the rock-mass [in TCC4 on the rock mass of Gabriel] are the ones [who have heard the message of FDS4] who, when they hear it, receive the word with joy, but these have no root [faith in God or his true church]; they believe for an appointed time [the cleansing period of their earthly water baptism], but in an appointed time of testing [sealing period of their earthly water baptism] they fall away.
14 But the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS4] which fell into the thorns, these are the ones that have heard, but, by being carried away by anxieties and riches and pleasures of this life, they are completely choked and bring nothing to perfection [water baptised but not declared righteous].
15 But the [one] [part of the congregation of FDS4] in the fine soil (th kalh gh) [the fine/righteous administration], these are the ones that, after hearing the word with a fine and good heart, retain it and bear fruit [fleshly kingdom seed] with endurance (Luke 8).]]] This might apply through the double description??

Jesus explains the huge significance of decoding these parables in the interposed narratives

10 So the disciples came up and said to him: Why is it you speak to them by the use of illustrations?
11 In reply he said: To you it is granted to understand the sacred secrets of the kingdom of the heavens, but to those people it is not granted.
12 For whoever has, more will be given him and he will be made to abound; but whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him.
13 This is why I speak to them by the use of illustrations, because, looking, they look in vain, and hearing, they hear in vain, neither do they get the sense of it;
14 and toward them the prophecy of Isaiah is having fulfillment, which says, 'By hearing, you will hear but by no means get the sense of it; and, looking, you will look but by no means see.
15 For the heart of this people has grown unreceptive, and with their ears they have heard without response, and they have shut their eyes; that they might never see with their eyes and hear with their ears and get the sense of it with their hearts and turn back, and I heal them.'
16 However, happy are your eyes because they behold, and your ears because they hear.
17 For I truly say to you, Many prophets and righteous men desired to see the things you are beholding and did not see them, and to hear the things you are hearing and did not hear them (Matthew 13)

10 Now when he got to be alone, those around him with the 12 began questioning him on the illustrations.
11 And he proceeded to say to them: To you the sacred secret of the kingdom of God has been given, but to those outside all things occur in illustrations,
12 in order that, though looking, they may look and yet not see, and, though hearing, they may hear and yet not get the sense of it, nor ever turn back and forgiveness be given them.
13 Further, he said to them: You do not know this illustration, and so how will you understand all the other illustrations? (Mark 4).

9 But his disciples began to ask him what this illustration might mean.
10 He said: To you it is granted to understand the sacred secrets of the kingdom of God, but for the rest it is in illustrations, in order that, though looking, they may look in vain and, though hearing, they may not get the meaning (Luke 8).

FDS2 Chronology

There were 7 presidents of Bilhah and then 49 presidents of Zilpah and the water baptism ran out in 442Sivan9 - see U151. Revelation 7 means no holy spirit on any church admin, no holy spirit help with food, no holy spirit on mankind in general. The Dark ages. These ran from 442Sivan9 to 1882Sivan9 in spiritual terms.

The 'Kai' in Mark 4:5

This account was first decoded using the Greek Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Watchtower. This follows Westcott and Hort's Greek Text. The Watchtower has suffered all sorts of criticism for using this Greek Text. But it was widely used by many universities and schools after its publication. It was the educational standard Greek Text in the UK around the turn of the 20th century it appears to Gordon. Now Wescott and Hort follow the Vatican B manuscript (Codex Vaticanus) in rendering Mark 4:5 as:

5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] and [the place] where (opou) it did not have much soil (Mark 4).

Codex Bezae has:

5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] and [the place] that (oti) did not have much soil (Mark 4).

Codex Alexandrinus and Codex Sinaiticus have:

5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] where it did not have much soil (Mark 4).

Now the oldest text of Mark 4:5 know to man is the Codex Vaticanus (as far as we are aware). This text dates around 300 AD, just before the tragedy of Nicea in 325 AD. The reason that the Codex Vaticanus has survived so long, is that the Catholic Church wouldn't let anyone look at it until the end of the 19th century when Westcott and Hort got a peek. Isn't it ironic how their wickedness in seeking to hide God's glory has actually preserved God's glory for 1700 years! 

The Codex Sinaiticus dates from around 350 AD and the Alexandrinus dates from around 450 AD (these are both now in the British Library). The Codex Bezae is in Cambridge and dates from around 450 AD. The Chester Beatty Papyrus P45, in the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin, which dates from around 250 AD, contains parts of all 4 Gospels, and has Mark 4:36-41 but not Mark 4:5. The Codex Vaticanus and the Codex Bezae, brilliantly, are on the net in Greek at http:\\209.19.227.169:8080/. Incidentally there are only 3 full early Greek (Uncial) Manuscripts. Codex Bezae is the next largest old manuscript, after these.

Modern Textual 'critics', who are not dissimilar to many software reviewers and film critics in their negligence and lack of comprehension of their subject, have decided that the true bible text must be the majority text. The majority text is a bible manufactured by democracy. Euch. It is the bible wherein every phrase carries the wording that appears in the largest number of the old papyrus's and manuscripts.

At this point one must ask the reader the following patronising, condescending and rhetorical question: Who is responsible for mistakes in any holy text? Is it God? Doh! No it's Satan. Satan's Modus Operandi has always been to create a bunch of fakes to hide the original. Now since no two Greek bible texts agree everywhere, we can very simply deduce that Satan in responsible for the errors in every single Greek bible text except hopefully one.

So to guarantee that we never find that one correct, holy, text, wherein every jot and tilda, every iota, is perfect, as Jesus' words at Matthew 5:18 demand, the best thing to do would be to propose a majority text theory. And of course this is what the great adversary has arranged through his agents, the bible critics.  

But there is a far simpler theory. One followed by the noble scholars of yesteryear, such as Wescott and Hort. Namely, go with the oldest full manuscript, the Codex Vaticanus. In any event the bible code demands that we follow Vatican B or the Codex Bezae, because if there is no 'and' (kai) after 'rocky' and before 'where' then there is no double description in Mark and so we have only 3 Elijah's and only 3 FDSs which is all wrong. So if the bible code is correct, then we are narrowing down the possibilities as to the correct codex, and since Codex Bezae only contains the Gospels and Acts, the answer appears to be Codex Vaticanus. Oh no, the Pope has the holy bible in the Vatican! 

The implications of this are immense of course. For example, the long conclusion to Mark, beloved of the Pentecostals, is absent from the Vatican B manuscript and so may be from Satan. It also means that the writer's beloved scripture John 7:53 - John 8:11 wherein Jesus 'Let him who is without sin be the first to cast a stone at her' is questionable. But the writer cannot believe that, that one is from Satan. We must try the bible code on these accounts. We have done this to a very small extent and we presently believe that the Vaticanus has had the long conclusion of Mark and the beginning of John 8 removed by catholic pharisees in accordance with the prophecy of Revelation 22. If one was a high up catholic, one would not like to have it represented that one could pick up a snake, get bitten and then not die. And one would not like to condone adultery. Hence the removals.

Some out of date ideas on 30 60 100

Symbolic word/phrase Event Symbolism Word Symbolism
Thread 1
Word Symbolism
Thread 2
Matthew Bearing into 30 and in 60 and in 100 LWs end up 100x bigger than JWs. FDS1 started with 5,000 and presumably reached 150,000 or 300,000, and either way FDS2 ended up as 9 million. (FDS3 went from 5,000 to 5 million). 30x, then  60x then 100x increases in size of congregation of FDS2 under various presidents 30x, 60x, 100x increases in the number of ELC saints in FDS2 under certain presidents??
This one 100 that one 60 the other 30 Resurrections of 1NC saints in both presences at 30 60 100 years (coming up). 100x, 60x and 30x increases in the congregations of FDS1, FDS3 under certain presidents?? 30x from 29Tishri to 59Tishri (1NC saints in FDS1), 60x from 1895Tishri to 1955Tishri (1NC saints in FDS3), 100x (100 years of Zilpah baptism??)
Produced fruit a hundredfold One true understanding sown in a good heart, produces 100 more true understandings Eventually 100 times more LWs than there were JWs 100x more 2NC saints from some standpont??

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Rejected incorrect original event symbolisms

3 Then he told them many [things] in parables, saying: Look! The one sowing went out to sow [The Kingdom Message].
4 And as he was sowing [the congregation of FDS1 by water baptism], some indeed [ones] [baptised by John] fell alongside the way (para thn odon) [the congregation of FDS1, disciples of Jesus not of John], and the birds [demons] came and ate them up.
5 But others [of the congregation of FDS2] fell upon the rocky/stony [places] [groups of ELC and HLC saints] where it [the congregation of FDS2] did not have much soil (ghn) [negligent administration], and immediately (euqewV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil (ghn) [shallow administration].
6 But after the sun had risen [heat - physical persecution or spiritual tribulation] it was scorched [damaged physically or spiritually], and because of not having root [Paul was the root of FDS2, the Elijah, the start of their water baptism, when his influence wore off] it withered.
7 But others [of the congregation of FDS3], fell upon/among the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked them.
8 But others [of the congregation of FDS4] fell upon the soil, the fine/rich/fertile, [the nutritious administration of FDS4, fine detail in their understandings] and they began to yield fruit [more Kingdom Seed], this one 100, that one 60, the other 30. 
[9 Let him that has ears listen (Matthew 13).]  

2 And he was teaching them many [things] in parables and he was saying to them in his teaching:
3 Listen! Look! The one sowing went out to sow [Jesus' body, sons of the 1NC].
4 And as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] [seed] fell alongside the way [outside the true Christian congregation the TCC], and the birds [demons] came and ate it up.
5 And other [seed] fell upon the rocky [place] [hard hearted congregation] and [the place] where it did not have much soil [negligent administration], and straight away (euquV) it sprang up because of not having depth of soil [shallow administration] (ghn).
6 And when the sun rose (kai ote aneteilen) [heat - physical persecution or spiritual tribulation], it was scorched [physically or spiritually damaged], and because of not having root [spiritual anchor - faith in God] it withered.
7 And other [seed] fell into the thorns [corrupting members of congregations], and the thorns came up and choked it, and it yielded no fruit.
8 But others fell into the soil, the fine, [nutritious administrations] and coming up and increasing, they began to yield fruit [more Kingdom seed], and they were bearing into 30 and in 60 and in 100.
[9 And he was saying: Let him that has ears to listen listen (Mark 4).]

5 The one sowing went out to sow his 'thing sown' [Kingdom Message]. Well, as he was sowing, some indeed [of it] fell [into the hearts of 1AC people] alongside the way and was trampled down [suppressed], and the birds of heaven [demons] ate it up.
6 And another landed [on the hearts of 3AC people] upon the rock-mass [Jesus, the temple floor, only sanctified stones can land on him], and, after sprouting, it dried up because of not having moisture [lose water baptism when new FDS comes].
7 And another fell [into the hearts of 2AC people] in [the] midst of the thorns, and the thorns that grew up with it choked it off [never grew up].
8 And another fell into the soil, the good [the hearts of good 1AC, 2AC and 3AC people], and, after sprouting, it produced fruit
[more Kingdom understandings] a hundredfold. [As he told these things, he proceeded to call out: Let him that has ears to listen, listen (Luke 8).]

Rejected incorrect original event symbolic explanations

18 You, then, listen to the parable of the [one] that sowed.
19 As for anyone hearing the word of the kingdom but not understanding it, the wicked one comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart [the scriptures]; this is the [one] [baptised by John - that one must go on increasing but I must go on decreasing] sown alongside the way [the name for the congregation of FDS1].
20 But the [one] [congregation of FDS2] sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [groups of ELC and HLC saints], this is the one [the congregation] hearing the word and at once accepting it with joy.
21 Yet he has no root in himself [No permanent influence from Paul, the root of FDS2, Elijah2] but is temporary, and after tribulation or persecution has arisen through the word he is at once stumbled.
22 But the [one] [the congregation of FDS3] sown into the thorns, this is the [one] hearing the word, but the anxiety of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches choke the word, and he becomes unfruitful [in the 5th presidency].
23 But the [one] [the congregation of FDS4] sown upon the fine soil (thn kalhn ghn) [the fine administration], this is the [one] hearing and understanding the word, who really does bear fruit and produces, this one 100, that one 60, the other 30 (Matthew 13).
Word (6), Heart (1), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1)

14 The one sowing sows the word [Jesus' body, sons of the 1NC].
15 These, then, are the ones alongside the way [the true Christian Congregation , the TCC] where the word is sown, but as soon as they have heard [the word] Satan comes and takes away the word that was sown into them.
16 And likewise these are the ones sown upon the rocky/stony [places] [hard hearted congregations]. As soon as they [Jesus' body] have heard the word, they accept it with joy.
17 Yet they have no root in themselves [spiritual stability - faith in God], but they are temporary, then as soon as tribulation or persecution arises through the word, they are stumbled.
18 And others are the [ones] [of Jesus' body - can't have two different kingdom messages] sown into the thorns [the kingdom message cannot be sown among thorns - Jesus' body can]; these are the ones that have heard the word,
19 but the anxieties of this system of things and the deceptive power of riches and the desires for the rest of the things making inroads, choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.
20 And, the ones that were sown on the soil, the fine [the fine administration] are those who listen to the word and favorably receive it and bear fruit in 30 and in 60 and in 100 (Mark 4). 
Word (8), Heart (0), Way (1), Root (1), Thorns (1), Soil (1)

11 Now the parable means this: The 'thing sown' is the word of God [General Kingdom Message].
12 Those [in the 1AC] alongside the way [those without angelically prepared hearts] are the ones that have heard, then the Devil comes and takes the word away from their hearts in order that they may not believe and be saved [so they never get water baptised].
13 Those upon the rock-mass [Genitive] are the ones who, when they hear it, receive the word with joy, but these have no root [faith in God or his true church]; they believe for an appointed time [sanctification period of their spirit baptism], but in an appointed time of testing [sealing period of their spirit baptism] they fall away.
14 But the [one] [in the 2AC] which fell into the thorns, these are the ones that have heard, but, by being carried away by anxieties and riches and pleasures of this life, they are completely choked and bring nothing to perfection [water baptised but not declared righteous].
15 But the [one] [the message that falls] in the fine soil (th kalh gh) [pure heart], these are the ones [in the 1AC, 2AC and 3AC] that, after hearing the word with a fine and good heart, retain it and bear fruit with endurance (Luke 8).