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Wholly Scripture TV
On the Wholly Meaning of the Original Scripture
The authors of the books of the New Testament read the books of the Old Testament in Greek. This Greek version was created since the year 250 before our current era as 70 scholars were then commissioned to translate these writings from an ancient written language called "Ketav Ivri", originating from the Phoenician script. The claim that these books were originally written in Hebrew is a myth. The oldest version in Hebrew dates from the year 930 and is known as the Aleppo Codex, but herein are missing several parts. The oldest complete version in Hebrew dates back to 1008, and is named the Leningrad Codex. The oldest Torah in Hebrew is even younger, and dates from the 13th century.
So, if we really want to know what is actually written in the original version of these ancient writings, then we must rely on the original Greek translation from before our current era, as the translation of these Greek texts into Latin contains far too many mistakes, often through ignorance but perhaps also by malice. Moreover, many words conceal a hidden meaning that can only be understood by initiates. Thanks to his understanding of Wholly Science, Johan Oldenkamp has begun to disclose the correct translation and interpretation of the original Greek scriptures. He does this through online video presentations to which he gave the name Wholly Scripture TV.
The first five volumes of Wholly Scripture TV can be watched free of charge. The videos from volume 6 and further can be viewed for € 5 each. You can also subscribe to Wholly Scripture TV for a monthly fee of € 5, commencing from November 2016.
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|1||Esau, Jacob, layers of the self|
|2||Beast 1, Beast 2, 7 Kings|
|3||Judah, already fulfilled prophecy|
|4||Gnosis, origin Christianity|
|5||The original 10 Commandments|
|6||6 Days of Creation + 1 Day|
|7||Handbook "Christian Life"|
|8||David, Joseph, Mary, Jesus|
|9||New is unlike Old (“no new patch on old clothes”, “no new wine in old wineskins”)|
|10||Dark vs. Light (“light a lamp and cover it” vs. “putting it upon a lampstand”)|
|11||Diabolos, Devil, Satan, Heavenly War, Michael|
|12||The True Identity of Jesus Christ|
|13||The explanation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and its interpretation by the prophet Daniel|
|14||How to resist the temptations of the Adversary a.k.a. The Lawless One|
|15||How to overcome the untamable tongue (By the fruits we know the tree, or the roots)|
|16||How to build your “house” (Wisdom comes from Knowing, foolishness comes from believing)|
|17||The Dominion of God is like a tiny mustard seed that becomes the greatest among herbs|
|18||The Parable of the Sower provides the key for unlocking all other similes|
Below, the number of the regarding volume of Wholly Scripture TV is displayed in bold and enclosed by square brackets, like this: [x], each time after a reference to the chapter and verses of the concerning scripture that is discussed in that volume. Prior to Wholly Scripture TV, a Wholly Science Master Class video was made about the End Times Prophecy, as shown in the folowing trailer video:
Below, this End Times Prophecy video is referred to by the number zero .
|Title||Chapter : Verses|
|Genesis||1:1-31, 2:1-4, 10:8-10, 11:1-9, 25:25-34, 32:25-32, 35:1-29|
|I Chronicles (III Kings)||-|
|II Chronicles (IV Kings)||-|
|Song of Solomon||-|
|Isaiah||13:1-22, 14:12, 47:1-15|
|Daniel||2:31-45, 9:24-27, 11:1-45, 12:1-13|
|The Good Message according to Matthew||2:1-12, 5:13-16, 6:19-24, 7:1-29, 9:16-17, 13:1-23, 13:24-32, 19:17, 21:5-7, 22:36-40|
|The Good Message according to Mark||2:21-22, 4:1-20, 4:21-25, 4:26-32|
|The Good Message according to Luke||2:1-20, 5:36-39, 6:47-49, 8:1-15, 8:16-18, 10:18, 11:33-36, 13:18-19, 22:10|
|The Good Message according to John||1:1-5, 6:26-40, 8:12[4, 12], 8:44, 9:5, 12:46|
|Acts of the Apostles||-|
|The First Epistle to the Thessalonians||-|
|The Second Epistle to the Thessalonians||2:1-17|
|The Epistle of James||3:1-18|
|The Epistle of Jude||1:6|
|Revelation to John||4:1-11, 12:1-17, 13:1-18, 17:1-18, 18:1-24|
|The Nag Hammadi Library|||
The fourteen books of the Apocrypha as included in the by King James I Authorized Version of the Bible are: Esdras (1 & 2), Tobit, Judith, Rest of Esther, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Baruch and the Epistle of Jeremy, Song of the Three Children, Story of Susanna, The Idol Bel and the Dragon, Prayer of Manasses, and Maccabees (1 & 2).
The 52 texts bound in the 13 codices of The Nag Hammadi Library are titled: The Prayer of the Apostle Paul, The Apocryphon of James, The Gospel of Truth, The Treatise on the Resurrection, The Tripartite Tractate, The Apocryphon of John, The Gospel of Thomas, The Gospel of Philip, The Hypostasis of the Archons, On the Origin of the World, The Exegesis on the Soul, The Book of Thomas the Contender, The Apocryphon of John, The Gospel of the Egyptians, Eugnostos the Blessed, The Sophia of Jesus Christ, The Dialogue of the Savior, The Apocryphon of John, The Gospel of the Egyptians, Eugnostos the Blessed, The Apocalypse of Paul, The First Apocalypse of James, The Second Apocalypse of James, The Apocalypse of Adam, The Acts of Peter and the Twelve Apostles, The Thunder (Perfect Mind), Authoritative Teaching, The Concept of Our Great Power, Plato’s Politeía, The Discourse on the Eighth and Ninth, The Prayer of Thanksgiving, Asclepius 21-29, The Paraphrase of Shem, The Second Treatise of the Great Seth, Gnostic Apocalypse of Peter, The Teachings of Silvanus, The Three Steles of Seth, Zostrianos, The Letter of Peter to Philip, Melchizedek, The Thought of Norea, The Testimony of truth, Marsanes, The Interpretation of Knowledge, A Valentinian Exposition (On the Anointing, On Baptism A/B, and On the Eucharist A/B), Allogenes, Hypsiphrone, The Sentences of Sextus, The Gospel of Truth, Fragments, Trimorphic Protennoia, and On the Origin of the World. Some titles appear twice, such as The (Coptic) Gospel of the Egyptians (also known as The Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit), and Eugnostos the Blessed.
This overview webpage of Wholly Scripture TV is also available in Dutch.
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