# Cocoon/Moth Fractal, symbolic of death & resurrection

#### Part 2

When the birds/eagle fractal was posted back in April, I neglected to show how that the same formula fully iterated creates the generic cocoon/moth (or butterfly). You may want to go back over that post and review.

## Equation of the shape of  all “Flying Creatures” and Angels

#### Z[N+1] = Z[N]^-.3 + C; (Z IS 1. BAIL IS 2.25²)

Above are just the birds that form a cherub (or large bird), etc. This image is produced when only one to 17 iterations are run on the computer. As seen in the brief video, it also flaps its wings with a slight adjustment to the formula.

As said, the above is when only one to 17 interactions of the formula are run. However, what if we do this Infinitum?

With one to infinity iterations, the “bird” changes into a generic moth/butterfly emerging from its cocoon. It’s a fractal, therefore the entire image appears as something emerging from within the skin of a cocoon, but also a smaller cocoon appears at the center — an entire oval cocoon.

Fractals always reproduce themselves at all sizes. It may seem confusing, but fractals are meant to produce something otherworldly, yet somehow familiar.

Below is a close-up of the above fractal, run on my powerful computer for many hours.

Next, we combine the images. The moth/butterfly emerging from the cocoon becomes a majestic bird in flight, thereby combing Biblical imagery about the resurrection of Christ.

He bent over and looked in at the strips of linen lying there but did not go in. Then Simon Peter came along behind him and went straight into the tomb. He saw the strips of linen lying there, as well as the cloth that had been wrapped around Jesus’ head. The cloth was still lying in its place, separate from the linen. …Now Mary stood outside the tomb crying. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb 12 and saw two angels in white, seated where Jesus’ body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot. John 20:5

### The fractal placed in the context of the much larger fractal

Recall the location of this image in the context of the rest of the fractal.

Below is the same image except fully iterated. Note the location of the cocoon over the face of the Lord like a veil. The cocoon is attached to the top of the tree of life. (The Tree of Life fractal is seen in previous posts.) Compare the above and below images.

Below is included the tree of life that sits like a crown of life upon the Lord’s head. The second image is simply an enlargement of the top of the head. Remember, the math places every pixel as you see here. It is not me placing it here or there like a mere piece of art.

## What does all this mean?

This has much the same meaning as the Moth Bible Code revealed 19 years ago. It predicted the month and year when covid began, but that’s another story.

I believe the Lord is reminding His people that one day soon the Lord will come and raise up the dead — all those who put their faith in Christ and overcome the world.

## 10 thoughts on “Cocoon/Moth Fractal, symbolic of death & resurrection”

1. Death and resurrection, yes. But it goes even beyond that. The word that immediately comes to mind is metamorphosis.
The Greek “metamorphoo” is used only four times in the New Testament: Twice it is translated as “transfiguration” – referring to Jesus (Mat 7:1 and Mar 9:2). And twice it is used with regards to the transformation of the saints into the image of Jesus (Rom 12:2 and 2Cor 3:18).

So, to me, the symbolism is not so much speaking of Christ’s resurrection, but of the transfiguration of the saints:
“Behold, I tell you a mystery. We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we will be changed. For this perishable body must become imperishable, and this mortal must put on immortality. But when this perishable body will have become imperishable, and this mortal will have put on immortality, then what is written will happen: “Death is swallowed up in victory.” ” [1Co 15:51-54 WEB]

• Thanks for the insights and scriptures! It is a matter of interpretation.
In the Bible, the Apostle Paul especially links Christ with His people. We are “in Christ”, a phrase found dozens of times. Therefore, our metamorphosis is His metamorphosis. They cannot be separated anymore than the soul can be separated from the spirit. Although possible, God has forever joined them. In the same way, we are “bone of His bone and flesh of His flesh”.

2. Thou shalt not make any graven image!

• Exodus 20:4-5 says, “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them.”

No one is bowing down, are they? God commanded graven images embroidered onto the curtains in the temple and of cherubim on the ark and walls. God is the Supreme artist and we are made in His image. Therefore, art is a human endeavor that sets them apart from animals.

3. So the Spirit moved me when first saw this, a few days earlier certain events led me to look into information about menstruation, which is a four step repeating cycle, that any woman reading is hopefully familiar with. I would say, “to my shame;” however, Jesus has helped me leave that by the door. At first glance the “cacoon” to me looked like a vulva. Looking back to the previous slides I noticed the Tree of life and it’s surrounding features look like a saggital crossection of the female perineum and pelvis. The rivers being fallopian tubes and the Tree itself being the uterus. This makes sense as the womb is where life is created, and it being seated on the mind of Christ, the mind being the womb of thought and speaking and action, thus the womb of creation. He is our Elohim, creator. Let’s now look back to that four step cycle and this new imagery and compare it with the Moth. Moths are insects that go through complete metamorphosis, another 4 step cycle. I want to note that these 4 step cycles are directly important to life, the subject matter of the fractal here. And in a way they are incredibly related. They are both processes of renewal that ready for birth. The menstrual cycle prepares and renews the uterus and eggs for pregnancy each month. The metamorphosis is a renewal in life that makes the species ready to mate and lay eggs. So different yes, but on the same branch of thought. On a sidenote, there is a one letter difference in Moth and Month(root meaning of menstruation) sure this only happens in English as far as I know, but English is the largest language and the current langua franca, the perfect place for the Word to show itself in such simplicity, even though he shines out in all languages, this one is far removed from old world language, and by far the most common language used by Christians today. And this doesn’t stand to change soon. So there is vast imagery even in jots. The message to pull, life is echad, because Jesus is echad. So drink from these rivers of life! And live! There is more to come, but for now I will rest on it. God bless you all! May you find shelter in the Lord!

4. “An excellent wife is the crown of her husband, but she who shames him is as rottenness in his bones”
“Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him.”
“Blessed is the one who finds wisdom,
and the one who gets understanding,
for the gain from her is better than gain from silver
and her profit better than gold.
She is more precious than jewels,
and nothing you desire can compare with her.
Long life is in her right hand;
in her left hand are riches and honor.
Her ways are ways of pleasantness,
and all her paths are peace.
She is a tree of life to those who lay hold of her;
those who hold her fast are called blessed”
The imagery in the fractal is vast, but the above verses allude to it’s glory. This crown of life is rooted in the oneness of God, as shown by the imagery of the fractal. Rooted in the heart of God, crested as the mind of Christ. “Hear! YHWH is our Elohim! YHWH is Echad!” The fact that this imagery forms what you call the tree of life, brings all the more understanding when you look at all the imagery in the fractal and how it relates directly to scriptures mentioning the subject. I would like to break down all that I see and provide relevant scriptures, etymology, anecdotal and scientific information, that helps bring to fullness the understanding here. I will work on this and keep you all posted. And while I believe what was said here will be an inspiration to all, I know there is more. Such is the nature of life. May the peace of Jesus and all its blessings rest upon you all, for I know he is victorious! Indeed, I see a victory for Life here, that this shows Christ’s victory over death.