Audio Studies

The numbered studies must be listened to in order because the later studies are dependent on teaching given in the earlier studies.

The Prime-Fulfilment Pattern (6 Audios)

Summary: It is asserted that the books of the Bible, both the Old and New Testaments are Hebrew books authored by Hebrew men. The encounter of Jesus with Nathanael illustrates the extraordinary cohesion between the mathematics, the symbols, the types and the surface narrative of the Bible. Jesus taught Nathaniel the magnificent truth of His perfect fulfilment of the Torah through the inferred symbolism (and underlying numerical narrative) of Jacob’s ladder. Moreover, when Jesus saw Nathaniel under the fig tree in John 1:48, Messiah prophetically foresaw the future Millennial Kingdom when every Israelite would be at peace.

Length Of Talk: 13 Minutes

Summary: Jesus commanded all His disciples (in many scriptures) to ‘watch’. This ‘watch’ (for Messiah’s return) begins in the book of beginnings – ‘Genesis’. When Enoch named his son ‘Methuselah’, Enoch correctly predicted the timing of Noah’s flood because of the Hebrew meaning of ‘Methuselah’. Likewise, Jesus predicted that His return would be like just like the ‘days of Noah’ (Matthew 24:37) and therefore, Enoch and Methuselah (who are chronologically associated with the ‘days of Noah’) are significant to the biblical watch. The numerical value of the Hebrew word for ‘wisdom’ is discovered to be embedded in the creation verse of Genesis 1:1 and highlights the formative ‘wisdom’ of prime and triangular numbers. Enoch as the first man to be chronologically raptured was also the ‘seventh from Adam’ and as such, the mathematical seventh prime is a foundational number representing the journey of the church towards fulfilment at the Rapture. Jesus used a metaphor of harvest, as himself being the grain of wheat or seed (or a ‘first’ or a ‘prime’) which would produce a resurrection harvest (John 12:24). This ‘principle of primes’ is explained.

Length Of Talk: 32 Minutes

Summary: Jesus associated His return with the days preceding the judgement of Noah’s Flood. Methuselah and his father Enoch are therefore biblically linked to the timing of Messiah’s return because Methuselah died in the same year that Noah’s Flood began. Enoch, as the seventh from Adam and the chronological ‘prime’ of the Rapture, is represented by the seventh prime number in mathematics. Enoch’s son, Methuselah (the longest living human in the Bible), represented a form of ‘fulfilment’ from Enoch. In this way, the biblical ‘prime-fulfilment pattern’ is revealed: Enoch as the seventh prime (‘17’) and Methuselah’s age (‘969’) are mathematically and figuratively linked because ‘969’ is the 17th pyramid (tetrahedral) number. Because the pattern begins with the ‘seventh’ prime, the theme of this pattern is the number ‘7’ – a number associated with the Body of Christ (cf. seven churches of the Book of Revelation). Importantly, the prime-fulfilment pattern is a biblical ‘template’ which is discovered elsewhere in scripture and associated with other significant biblical characters and groups as well as the timing of major biblical events. The prime-fulfilment pattern is a simple pictorial (or figurative) transition from one dimension to two dimensions (triangle) and finally to three dimensions (pyramid). A future study will focus on the four biblical instances of the prime-fulfilment pattern currently discovered in the Bible.

Length Of Talk: 21 Minutes

Summary: Enoch and Methuselah were not just any old characters in the Old Testament, they profoundly represented the beginning and the end of the church. Enoch was a chronological ‘first’ who experienced ‘rapture’ before any other man in history and Methuselah, as the son of Enoch, represented the ‘fulfilment’ or the end of the church at the Rapture. Methuselah, who was the longest living man (recorded in scripture), manifested this extraordinary physical life up until Noah’s flood, which accurately pictures the Rapture (‘life’) before Tribulation. Both men have a biblically associated number; Enoch was the seventh from Adam and therefore the seventh ‘prime’ (which is the number ‘17’) and Methuselah’s long life of ‘969’ years gives Methuselah his number which, importantly, is also the 17th pyramid number in mathematics. The Bible is teaching that ‘prime numbers’ and their respective ‘pyramid’ numbers speak of a ‘seed’ and a ‘harvest’ or a ‘first’ and a ‘fulfilment’ based on a theme. In this case of Enoch and Methuselah, the theme was the church and the progression of this theme was from the birth (or the ‘seed’) of the church through to the Rapture (or the fulfilment of the church). The biblical meaning of the seventh prime (the number ‘17’) is discovered as representing the ‘flesh of Jesus’ based on a consideration of several poignant passages of scripture, including: Joseph’s coat received at age 17, the Hebrew Feast of First Fruits on the 17th day, the 17th Hebrew letter ‘Pey’ and John’s Gospel and the number ‘17’ including: the Word becoming flesh, the 17 Greek words of John 1:1 and the 17 occurrences of Greek words adding up to ‘969’. To grab the reader’s attention, the Bible has the Greek word for ‘sign’ (as in the ‘sign’ miracles of John’s Gospel), occurring precisely 17 times (in John’s Gospel). Moreover, the numerical value of John’s Greek name is ‘969’.

Length Of Talk: 31 Minutes

Summary: Mentioned only twice in the Bible, the ‘Key of David’ unlocks something but what is unlocked and who holds the key? The holder of this key is Messiah and what is unlocked is access to ‘truth’ and ‘understanding’. Sometimes ‘understanding’ is opened and other times ‘understanding’ is shut. The ‘Key of David’ is a biblical metaphor for access to ‘truth’ granted by Messiah. The Bible further reveals that the ‘Key of David’ holds ‘truth’ regarding biblical numbers by considering the (divine) ‘wisdom’ at the foundation and establishment of the earth. Just as real keys open locked doors, the ‘Key of David’ in the hands of Messiah unlocks biblical numbers in a way which endorses their ‘calculation’ which in turn, opens biblical understanding.

Length Of Talk: 23 Minutes

Summary: This is the concluding audio study of the ‘prime-fulfilment’ pattern. The pattern is reviewed from its roots by revisiting the symbolism of the lives of Enoch and Methuselah. Each of the four patterns discovered in the Bible are then reviewed in detail including the prime-fulfilment pattern for the Body of Christ, all believers in the first 6000 bible years of history, believing Israel in the Tribulation and finally the Gentile nations. The patterns are elegantly embedded in scripture and provide biblical forensic authentication for the fulfilment of major dispensational events when God intervenes – especially at the conclusion of the first resurrection.

Length Of Talk: 47 Minutes


Cromer Conference 2021 The Spirit And The Bride Say ‘Come’

Summary: A set of four ‘live’ audio recordings. Together, these talks explore God’s purpose for the ages regarding the bridal relationship of believers with God. The talks should be listened to in order, as the later talks are dependent on teaching given in the earlier talks.

  1. God’s Purpose for the Ages (37 Minutes)

  2. The Hidden Dispensation of this Mystery (44 Minutes)

  3. The Creation of Woman (42 Minutes)

  4. The Emotional Pain of Leah (29 Minutes)

Summary: A set of six ‘live’ audio recordings. Together, these talks begin at Resurrection Day and expound the context of the Christian Dispensation through to the Rapture, in terms of ‘Jubilee’, God’s Covenant and the transmitted wisdom of the Torah. The talks should be listened to in order, as the later talks are dependent on teaching given in the earlier talks.

  1. The Long Resurrection Day (23 Minutes)

  2. Jubilee and Covenant (52 Minutes)

  3. Wisdom and the Transmission of Torah (42 Minutes)

  4. Primes in Genesis (36 Minutes)

  5. Triangles and a Letter to The Queen (30 Minutes)

  6. Grace to the Nations (39 Minutes)