51Jesus said to them, Have you understood all of these things? They said to him, Yes master. 52He said to them, Therefore every scribe who is instructed in the kingdom of the skies is like a man who is the master of a house who brings out new and old things from his treasures.
[Mathew 13:51-52 BRB]

He would not have asked them this question if they understood the subjects of the earlier parts of this chapter. This question causes all of Matthew 13 to become parables about scribes and their work. The chapter is also end-times, dated to a future period in history, our era, when scribal work would not be done by hand.

This parable means that at some point, as part of the end-times, there will be a massive discovery from the text of the Bible involving a subset of the Bible.

We are working very hard to become those scribes.

First Project

Our first project was a website, BibleTime.com, a massive Bible Study on how time works in the Bible. Especially important is the calendar and ancient chronology. It also explains how to find and day accurately synchronize our modern calendars with that ancient calendar.

The major discovery in this work is that time is 'fractal.' All dated stories from within the Bible's pages repeat at various time scales and at various seasons in world history. This includes our modern era. This project shows how the Bible provides commentary on modern world events. This is unavailable in any other way. This project also shines light on various problems within the text itself, which leads to more projects, as discussed below.

Second Project

Our second project was called Book Order Bible. That project rearranged the order of the 66 books of the Bible so they would topically follow the 66 chapters of Isaiah. The well known tone break at Isaiah 40 marks Isaiah's transition to the New Testament. In the Isaiah Book Order, the Isaiah chapters provide some level of commentary on the Bible's other books. Those books now tell something more like a continuous story. The book names, in the Isaiah Book Order, also form their own short summary of the text.

To work this project we had to carry around our own marked up copy of the Bible's text. Once we could fix any textual problem as we found them, this work started to reveal the Bible's many other secrets. Our textual markup, and issues with conventional English translation, became more important than book order. That project is still active, but now renamed as the Bible Research Bible. That name represents both an English text and the app in which that text normally lives. The English text of the BRB is also used in our other projects, see below. We still update the BRB most Fridays.

Manuscript Recovery

As our work progressed we learned the meaning of various chapters, like Matthew 13 and Acts 15, that tell parables of a time when the inspired text of the Bible will be recovered. I hint at that recovery in the Matthew 13 quote at the top of this page.

The fight over who held the inspired text against the wishes of evil editors is a significant, and always ignored, sub plot within the Bible itself. It is a topic not lost on the original inspired writers of the New Testament.

Those 5 identifiable editors significantly bulked up the inspired text. In effect, they included the inspired text inside a much larger work of their own. Their work is what we today call the Bible. The inspired parts being buried within.

Our focus is now on that massive problem of letter perfect manuscript recovery. This includes recovery of the alphabet, manuscript and original language of only the inspired parts of the Bible.

Current Projects

Bible Research Bible
provides extensive tools for researching in the Bible.

Bible Time Website
explains how time works in the Bible.

Bible Tribes Website
identifies the ancient Lost Tribes as modern empires and nations.

Bible Clock
tells current time in the same way as used in the Bible.

Bible Calendar
tells dates counted from Adam using the calendar of the Bible

Verse Reader
shows Bible verses in parallel. ~155MB, so beware.

Bill of Materials Website
supplies 3D design files for Ezekiel's Bones related models.

holds recorded talks. Watch the introductory videos, especially Acts 15.

The Testimony
is Acts 15 rules applied against the BRB text.

400 Stories
shows inspired structure of The Testimony.

Sabbath Reads
refactors the 400 Stories to a weekly reading plan.

Qu Map
maps Testimony stories and prophets via the Paleo Alphabet to geography.

Spice Bible
'Syriac Peshitta, Interlinear, Critical Edition' in Paleo Alphabet.

Future Projects

Jason House
weekly meetings, weekly live streams.

Bible Time Line
display the Bible Time timeline in chart form.

Ezekiel's Bones
a phone friendly finger fiddler for the 3d Paleo models.

Paleo Testimony
our letter-perfect recovery of inspired scripture.


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Recent Blog Posts

  • World Economic Forum (2022-05-20)

    The WEF has been around in various forms since 1971. They are most famous for their annual Davos meetings, to be held next week from May 22-26, 2022. The founder, Klaus Schwab, ties into the prophetic story of the garden of Eden and Adam's fall. Schwab is a good candidate for our era's prophetic pharaoh. Everyone involved at the WEF/Davos meetings would thus become modern pharaoh's officials. This post explores the details. (946 words)

  • Roe Vs. Wade (2022-05-13)

    There has been a flurry of headlines dealing with a leaked draft of a US Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe vs. Wade. This is another recent hopeful headline directly tied back to the Genesis stories of Egypt. This is tied to several other textual passages and principles. Read on for more. (1158 words)

  • Matthew 24 (2022-05-06)

    In last week's blog I likened the opening of the new Berlin and Austin Tesla factories as timed matches to Noah going into his ark. The same story is in Matthew 24, adding details which we explore below. (2170 words)

  • Twitter Purchase (2022-04-29)

    For the past few weeks there have been headlines surrounding Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter. It was finally approved by the Twitter board this past week. This headline appears to be an important, and hopeful, headline related to our March 1, 2022, prophetic date. This blog explores why. (2390 words)

See the Blog Index for more.

Position Papers

  • Is the Bible Inspired by God?

    People today mostly say no. A remnant, mostly Christian, say yes. Christians are following Luther's interpretation of Second Timothy 3:16, all scripture is God breathed. We started as Presbyterians and accepted the conventional Luther era answer. Our position has now changed, but not as you might expect. Keep reading to understand why. (3300 words)

  • Why Joshua As The Divine Name?

    We only use Joshua as the divine name. We do this in our Testimony family of texts and in our daily devotionals. We are often asked why. There are several parts to the problem and a little history. Read on to understand our thinking. (2313 words)

  • Is Letter Perfect Recovery Possible?

    With Acts 4, word level changes, and the reality of whole cloth additions, can the text ever be perfectly recovered, letter by letter? Matthew 13 is one passage that suggests so. We think we know how, and are working on the problem. (577 words)


Phil Stone holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and a Masters degree in Business Adminstration. He quit a job in the computer industry to work full time on the Bible Time project in 1998. This work later spawned the Bible Time Line project, the Bible Tribes project, the Clock project, and the Calendar project.

After 2011 attention slowly turned to a bottom up goal of recovering the letter perfect inspired manuscript. That goal started with the Ezekiel's Bones and Bill of Materials projects for dealing with the 3D systems that recover the lost inspired alphabet. Work then shifted to the Spice Bible project, a base line for further recovery work. His work has now shifted to an unreleased project to recover the Paleo Language version of the inspired manuscript. Phil is keeper of the Paleo.In website and usually in front of the Classroom project camera. He writes and maintains the code behind all the projects.

Ryan Eaton holds a Bachelors degree in Biblical Studies. He worked as an advisor in a residential boarding school before leaving in 2006 to work full time on a Bible Book Order project. The goal was to bring better context to biblical material by adjusting the book order. That project grew and became the current Bible Research Bible project that uses stricter English than most translations and now feeds text into the other projects.

After 2015, his Bible work morphed into a top down, Bible Study and Acts 15 driven, set of projects to find an English approximation of inspired scripture. That text is now The Testimony project. His work also includes the Sabbath Reads project and the 400 Stories project. These show off important aspects of inspired internal structure. Ryan also works the Qu Map project which shows even more internal structure and shows off how the text maps to geography in the external world. Ryan is the Paleo.In proof reader and generally works behind the Classroom project camera. He writes and maintains all of the styling behind all of the projects.


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