European Union New Jerusalem

EU 12 stars – the twelve tribes
of the people of Israel.

Before it was founded in 1993, the Europian Union already existed. The EU was a 3×3×3 magic cube comprised of the 27 sub-cubes: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

Through the EU, twenty seven countries in Europe are brought into the heavenly Jerusalem. The evolution of the European Union was the coming of the holy city from alternate reality to reality.

First, there was a cube called the EU. Then, there was the six square faces of the cube. Finally, there are twenty seven sub-cubes.

The Inner Six –  the original members of the EU – were the six square faces of the cube. When the European Union came from alternate reality to reality, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and West Germany were its six square faces.

Just as the invention of sophisticated telescopes enabled humans to see the sky in details so complex structures of human societies emerged from simpler forms. The six stars were just surface view of a cube comprised of twenty seven sub-cubes called 27 member states of the EU.

The European Union had twenty eight member states until Brexit. The presence of Britain would have constitute a distortion in the structure of the 3×3×3 cube game called the EU.

27 member states EU is more inclined to prosperity and progress, as the EU is Rubik’s Cube structure of chi (qi) life energy.

The heavenly Jerusalem is about the world’s money, and EU nations are brought to the World Bank by a single currency – the Euro.

Since the six square faces of the cube are the six sides of the star of David, the EU is Israel. That is why the twelve tribes of Israel – represented by 12 stars – are the symbol of identification of the European Union.

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