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)

Click here for best quality. Below is a different color scheme
Full image of the birds that form the cherub (or a larger bird, depending on how one views it).
Here is included the lampstand at bottom. Compare to the below images.

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.

Full iteration of the bird but with full iterations. The fractal of the moth/butterfly emerging from a cocoon now appears. A timeline runs through the fractal as explained elsewhere. The circle spans 90 jubilees (4410 years). AD 975/1045 is the center where the burst of light is

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

Click here for best quality. This is a close-up with extreme quality. Remember the nature of a fractal: it repeats itself at various sizes. Thus, one can both see a large face of a moth from within the skin of a cocoon, but also the entire moth in the middle, located below an entire cocoon

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.

Here the birds (“1-17 iterations”) are overlayed with the “zero to infinity” iterations. Notice the face of the lamb in the middle
Same as above, but colors are inverted. Notice that the cocoon has an angel at the top and bottom of it.  (These two angels are more pronounced in other images.)

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

Click here to enlarge. Image can be viewed as from top to bottom (i.e., upside down), which is the perspective from the throne. The wings of the cherub/bird now appear as a host of angels bowing down to the Lamb. Lower angel is now more easily identified. Because it is fractal, its outstretched wings grow increasingly large. Click to enlarge

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.

Click to enlarge. The birds overlay the image of the Lord to form a cherub-drawn chariot. See the previous post for elaboration. When the birds are replaced by the cocoon and butterfly (upon full iteration), the cocoon perfectly overlaps the face of the Lord like a veil. This makes it clear that the moth/butterfly emerging from its cocoon is symbolic of the death and resurrection of Christ. The Tree of Life that sits as the Crown of Life upon His head “branches out” to become the large tree here seen flanking either side; (far right and left in the image). Jesus is “The Branch”, Zech 6:12-13

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.

Click here for best quality. Recall that a timeline runs through the fractal. The cocoon attaches itself at the top of the tree of life, which is the date “AD 2025” (or AD 1955). 2025 is 70 jubilees from when Israel crossed the Jordan of death into the Promised Land and the foreskin of the reproach of Egypt was cut off

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.

The Tree of Life, rooted in the heart of God. It branches out to either side of the river of life, as seen in the earlier image if you look carefully. The Lord sits on His throne
Click to enlarge. A close-up of the top of the head. the Tree of Life sits like a crown on the head of Christ — with the myrtle trees of Zech. 1. Christ rose from his shroud, like a butterfly from his cocoon, into the Lord’s Garden (of Eden). He asked her, “Woman, why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?” Thinking he was the gardener, she said, “Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will get him.” John 20:15

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.

Original Moth/Butterfly code that predicted covid and also the discovery of this Moth Fractal as seen in this post

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.