The Invisible Cross of Two Fish and Seven Loaves

by Asodnomer



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 01/01/2000

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781585000777

About the Book

About the Author

He considers himself to be a common man. He is a mystic writer, mathematician and philosopher, and as genuine as a day is long. He has spent twenty years studying his subject of which he has authored four different short books containing similar yet different themes, as an extra attempt to get his message across. His authorship is done under a pseudonym of 'King Asod,' which is the abbreviation for 'a son of David.' The titles of the booklets written are:

1. Behind the Asylum Curtain

2. Asodnomer's Stone

3. Fragments of the Ancient Glyph

4. The Invisible Cross of 2 Fish and 7 Loaves


From out of Egypt into Jerusalem, teaching them as he traveled, as many as those believing in him and his Divine call. His developed system, a symbol represented upon the Ruthwell cross which he considers to be the Holy Grail of his Father's house, which is nothing more and nothing less than the scientific and mathematical implications suggested by the star of David. This so called Alpha-Omega numerical system enumerates the time of day with the radial degrees of a circle. The discovery to the existence of his number, .31578947, allowed him to conclude this about planet earth's axial rotation.

1 degree = .0666...Hrs. = 4 min.

This system of information clearly exposes the evidence of a mathematical message intended to have been delivered within the Living Word. These numerical manifestations of metaphysical regeneration are indicative (proof) to the presence of a Divine Being to exist among us. Its concept clearly showed the reality of Plotinus' unknowable 'Good One' of the natural universe; therefore, he claims this title, 'he is the invisible one of the universe whose cross exposed its cornerstones and by the sword of his righteousness.' His concept seems to originate from where Merlin's 'left off' in the tales of King Arthur and suggests that the accounts of Oedipus are unreliable since he also claims to have correctly solved the almost six thousand year old riddle of the sphinx which is most famous for asking this question, 'What animal goes on four feet in the morning, on two feet at noon, and on three feet in the evening time?'

While these facts ascertain truth, or the pursuit of it, his physical existence within the physical universe is explained in the apocryphal New Testament literature as being of an appalling character, an abomination which was sent to earth by 'an evil one.'