The New Deal

Dear People, dear Brothers in Christ and HQ Warriors of Light, this ultimate release I introduce has been long prepared and developed with extreme care, since it fulfills the Christ's Wish to the on-key format of His 9 LETTERS.

ABSTRACT

The 9 LETTERS' lay­out struc­ture a­vail­a­ble through this web­site of es­o­ter­ic im­print, meets the Mas­ter's fi­nal di­rec­tives which were ap­plied in years of long stages, here sum­ma­rized brief­ly.
  1. First (a.d. 2013): gold­en and spe­cial fonts were se­lected (some­times re­built) to en­hance the var­i­ous pass­es of text as sug­gested in the sixth LET­TER, 6.99.4.1.
    All pages were ed­it­ed re­flowing them in­side a Gold­en Ra­tio frame of width:391pt, height:632pt – Tab­let size o­ri­en­ted, no in­terrnal scroll, as for the PDF fixed for­mat – where­in the text pro­gress was re­formatted in or­der to fa­cil­i­tate the as­sim­i­la­tion and med­i­ta­tion of con­tents.
  2. Last (a.d. 2018): the par­a­graphs are num­bered in a nest­ed ordered list start­ing from the num­ber of each LET­TER; thus eve­ry ex­ter­nal men­tion must ad­dress to the whole struc­ture of the par­a­graph, or phrase or con­cept.
  3. De­spite the PDF wide­ly a­dopt­ed as a stan­dard, this fi­nal phase point­ed out the need for a ba­sic source, to draw from quick­ly and di­rect­ly for any oth­er ver­sion, i.e. ad­ap­ta­tion to new de­vices or trans­la­tion.
    At present it's easy to re­al­ize how HTML is the piv­ot a­round which eve­ry oth­er tool of e­lec­tron­ic com­mu­ni­ca­tion ro­tates, be­ing the now nat­u­ral me­di­um of any hard­ware and soft­ware sys­tem.
    There­fore a Web mir­ror of the al­ready ad­vanced 9 LET­TERS' re­lease was fi­nal­ly pre­pared in HTML, com­pact, quick to load and browse, worth to be­come es­sen­tial for any fur­ther dif­fu­sion.
    The HTML pages should be well dis­played in re­spon­sive mode by most de­vices; see be­low the spe­cial so­lu­tions a­dopt­ed to scroll the text and han­dle some view­ing op­tions and for­mats.
  4. Last to ex­plain but not least, or to say it bet­ter, the deepest back­ing to the whole web­site to Christ, The Holy Eye Of Rev­e­la­tion Yard, or Yantra as is by the o­ri­en­tal tra­di­tion the so called Sri Chak­ra man­da­la. In fact, this u­ni­ver­sal sym­bol of cre­a­tion does not be­long to any re­li­gion or be­lief, and was not brought into ex­ist­ence on the earth.
    Sriyantra from space in Or­e­gon

    Just search "Oregon Sri yantra" to watch an a­maz­ing trac­ing of the same from space: the un­ex­plained di­a­gram scraped in a dry lake bed there, with over a quar­ter of mile in length and con­sisted of 13,3 mi­les of lines en­graved into the im­pact­ed mud 3”-10” deep.

    With the THEORY ac­ro­nym I, the au­thor, stud­ied and pre­pared it to its per­fect form - for the 1st time in the known his­to­ry of our plan­et - through the http:­/­/eye-of-rev­e­la­tion.org web­site, where­in all pre­vi­ous math at­tempts at a deep a­nal­y­sis re­sulted, and are dem­on­strat­ed, ge­o­met­ri­cal­ly wrong (or the vaunt­ed draw­ing meth­ods er­ro­ne­ous).
    It was so much ex­cit­ing in its for­mal awe­some beau­ty to prove, at pre­sent, to have been a pre­lim­i­nary step to­wards this re­make of the 9 LET­TERS.


    This 9 triangles' per­fect­ly dy­nam­ic struc­ture – that no man could trace ex­act­ly un­til yes­ter­day; and even to­day with­out the aid of a re­fined al­go­rithm of un­lim­it­ed ac­cu­ra­cy (a­vail­a­ble free on site) – as the im­ma­nent ex­pres­sion as well as planned re­cep­ta­cle of the Mys­tic Rose of the High­er Ce­les­ti­al En­tities, could i­de­al­ly re­pres­ent the Christ's Way! far bet­ter to con­tem­plate than any hu­man, e­mo­tion­al fig­ure of Je­sus with­/with­out the con­tour of clouds…
    He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.

«The #Path to #Christ #Consciousness is out­lined in these #LETTERS»https://t.co/1BvhuINh1m
AS THESE ARE THE #SEEDS, SO YOU ARE THE #GROUND! pic.twitter.com/B7rAMyDuiL

— laVITAlaVERITÀlaVIA (@RitornaCristo) 1 aprile 2017
  LOVE.

Some more de­tails.


Just as im­por­tant­ly, I knew Him since long, long time, and He knows I can hear his sug­ges­tions even while typ­ing this pres­en­ta­tion, which implies en­tire­ly my re­spon­si­bil­i­ty to­wards Christ. My per­son­al ac­tion was fore­cast­ed since the Rev­e­la­tion to John - as is de­lin­e­at­ed in­side the I­tal­ian site - but I won't to point out this here­with, as what I am do­ing doesn't re­quire ad­di­tion­al ref­er­ences, but only - and nec­es­sar­i­ly - lu­cid­i­ty on your part.

Whilst pa­per books could be use­ful to some peo­ple in the past years, this way of dif­fu­sion doesn't re­al­ly match the his­tor­i­cal proph­e­sy of Je­sus him­self, when on earth.
The same I've fol­lowed in eve­ry new re­lease, re­fin­ing the lay­out in al­ter­nate long pe­ri­ods, and pro­mot­ing at a time mul­ti­ple com­posed tweets wide­spread through mil­lions of im­pres­sions. Does your brows­er set­ting allow a pop-up?

The con­ver­sion cri­te­ria a­dopt­ed for the re­new­al are shown at the page 12, de­vot­ed to en­hance the read­ing, help ac­qui­si­tion of terms, en­rich the ac­knowl­edg­ment and un­der­stand­ing of the most im­por­tant dis­clo­sures.
Be­yond the se­man­tic HTML5 struc­ture, they make con­sist­ent use of spe­cial fonts and styles, shades, gra­dients and ad­vanced de­sign.
E­ven­tu­al­ly, the ac­tu­al par­a­graph nu­mer­a­tion.
When I was asked to do that, at the first steps of my com­mit­ment, I too light­ly de­clined, ar­gu­ing to deal with a nor­mal lit­er­a­ture's text stream.
Un­be­knownst to me, my own de­ci­sion was qui­et­ly re-launched to the time and ob­ser­va­tion.
In fact, at an ad­vanced prac­tice of the mat­ter, I re­al­ized that by and large a mod­est punc­tu­a­tion sep­a­rat­ed pre­cise con­cepts, which should be fo­cused and ac­quired in themself, most­ly worth of a ded­i­cat­ed trea­tise.
There­fore I be­gan my next re­vi­sion of the com­plete ready made PDF ebook, re­starting to build a HTML5 ver­sion of eve­ry sin­gle page of 321, through a strict com­mon styl­i­za­tion, so that they can be used as tem­plates to any ex­ist­ing or pos­si­ble trans­la­tion, that will re­spect the for­mat - be­fore all: the Gold­en Ra­tio fram­ing the pag­es of all ver­sions - the se­man­tic rules and that par­a­graph num­ber­ing, all es­sen­tial to any fu­ture quote of the text and a­nal­y­sis by search en­gines.

Dealing with more than 4403 tags nest­ing a­cross the pag­i­nation of par­a­graphs, sev­er­al mis­takes had to be rectifed lat­er, bring­ing the ver­sion 3.10 of 2017 to the new 3.11 of the year 2018.
So please, who down­load­ed any for­mat of the LET­TERS be­fore A­pril 2018, up­date your ver­sion im­me­di­ate­ly; for­tu­nate­ly the new re­leases of both PDF and flip-books are much light­er.
The fi­nal re­vi­sion of the cor­rect num­ber­ing fixed the list a­vail­a­ble here, which also con­tains the 321 pag­es' sep­a­ra­tors as well as the in­side point­ers to the o­rig­i­nal PDF ver­sion of the dic­ta­tion (see the book icon de­scrip­tion be­low).
Bib­li­o­graph­i­cal­ly speak­ing, as it were, these cri­te­ria will need to match world­wide.
– That is what who's ready is in­vit­ed to ac­com­plish, ac­quit­ted their fun­da­men­tal re­la­tion­ships with the Christ's Head­quar­ters su­per­vi­sion. –

Such ex­pe­ri­ence re­sulted ex­alt­ed by the prac­tice to il­lus­trate in hun­dreds of ad­vanced Tweets many ex­cerpts of the LET­TERS, blink­ing to my mind dur­ing the var­i­ous phas­es of their ed­it­ing. Some of them were sug­gested to be em­braced im­me­di­ate­ly; some re­quired night hours of med­i­ta­tion, where­u­pon the ap­pro­pri­ate im­ag­es were found out as if by mag­ic.
Down­stream, the se­man­ti­cal­ly ordered list of par­a­graphs, rendered as a mul­tilevel num­bered flow, when­ev­er any phrase was cit­ed or quot­ed will help to rec­og­nize and re­in­state it as the part of a com­plete func­tion­al con­text, es­cap­ing the mis­un­der­stand­ing that could de­rive from a sec­to­ri­al, or some­how ten­den­tious per­spec­tive or in­ter­pre­ta­tion.

Un­like the tra­di­tion­al Scrip­tures nu­mer­a­tion, each 1st num­ber n1 af­ter the ba­sic Let­ter#.[n1] is in­tend­ed to em­brace one whole e­nun­ci­a­tion, even frag­ment­ed in more de­scend­ing par­a­graphs; of which eve­ry low­er or child-lev­el (as in math­e­mat­ics & com­pu­ter lan­guage) – that may as­sume its prop­er mean­ing in­clud­ing the un­der­ly­ing[s] – is num­bered nest­ing: e.g. #.n1.n2… mir­ror­ing the same cri­te­ria.
Worth not­ing that more than one case re­veals very spe­cial match­ing of the num­bers with the con­tents. Can I sug­gest to give a look to the page 200?
As you can see, eve­ry 3rd lev­el par­a­graph can be read a­lone re­spect to the oth­ers of the same lev­el, while to in­ter­prete it must be re­ferred to the 2nd, i.e. the 1st af­ter the Let­ter's num­ber 6. Then, the 6.7 and the 6.8 start a new and a sep­a­rate e­nun­ci­a­tion.

Right now that the hard tech­ni­cal task is com­plet­ed, it should be time for a fur­ther re­view to en­sure the ma­jor ac­cu­ra­cy; Who is qual­i­fied to do it with a feed­back is wel­come.

Hence­forth that's the step for­ward that should be put into prac­tice, to be ap­plied to all oth­er trans­la­tions in the same way, for­mat and pag­i­nation, in or­der to al­low both the seek­ers and crawl­ers to reach and in­ter­change the same cross re­sults in all the arising lit­er­a­ture.

Let us make the most of this su­preme gift!

P.S. – To con­vert 334 HTML pag­es to a PDF file, to be then com­bined into a sin­gle ebook, it is no small feat with the a­vail­a­ble tools; a­bove all, when you have to fix ‘one last er­ror’!. Af­ter sev­er­al un­suc­cess­ful tri­als, I had to pro­gram spe­cial u­tilities by my­self to au­tom­a­tize all or part of the pro­cess; these are doc­u­mented and a­vail­a­ble free to the HQ.

Wel­come to this min­i­mal out­line, help­ful to navigate and dis­cov­er the
CHRIST'S 9 LET­TERS!

Since the text from the PDF for­mat in the Vers. 3.05.EN - 2016 was not en­tire­ly or con­ven­ient­ly ex­tract­i­ble for SEO, due to some spe­cial lay­out's ref­er­ences (or ed­i­tor's un­fore­seen bug…), an ad­vanced cus­tom search sys­tem was pro­vid­ed, to help you seek any ex­pres­sions, con­cepts, sen­tences dis­pensed there­in.

At that stage of re­new­al eve­ry sin­gle page of the ebook was put on line, to be quick­ly opened via the search re­sults in the na­tive PDF for­mat; if not in the flip­ping 3D mode, when al­lowed by dis­plays big­ger than mo­bi­le.
Both can be downloaded - each page (saved), the pdf full ebook (30[.pdf]-|26+[.zip]Mb) as well as the complete flipping book (23Mb); the in­stallable ebook App for MacOS is a­vail­a­ble; feel free to ask the app for iPad, iPhone, iPadmini (get the zip mail click­ing the icon to the bot­tom down­load page). Al­though these could not be con­ven­ient­ly test­ed, I should pro­vide them [free] by the Flip book tool. To al­low the es­sen­tial search off line, an own ba­sic func­tion­al­i­ty was en­a­bled into the flip­ping in­stru­ment.

As in the best PDF han­dlers, book­marks and an­no­ta­tions, high­lights and graph­ic can be man­aged through­out the pag­es of the flip ver­sion.

Gen­er­al­ly, when the suit­a­ble screen size was de­tected, you were prompt­ed to view the LET­TERS in this fun­ny, el­e­gant, well read­a­ble mode.
The pag­es of this site should be vis­i­ble with most de­vices and brows­ers; how­ev­er, if not ex­act­ly, it is worth be­ing pa­tient and try some oth­er tool. Tru­ly - as long as each one keeps its own rules - it's im­pos­si­ble to pre­dict all their be­hav­iors, right now and from now on.

Since our main menu can ro­tate the frame view to land­scape or por­trait - in­de­pend­ent­ly from the viewport of your de­vice - by de­fault any page clicked in the menu was opened in PDF mode for por­trait, or by the Flash or HTML5 flip-book when in land­scape.
Now, the de­fault LET­TERS menu as­so­ci­at­ed to the land­scape view search page, o­pens the se­lected PDF page (that can be e­ven­ly han­dled out­side the brows­er) whilst the same for por­trait view o­pens the HTML page in the reg­u­lar for­mat.

While PDF is more flex­i­ble on all screens, from the ex­treme zoom mode even to re­flow the text (with ad­vanced tools), and suit­a­ble to the best print­out (as the most close to the ed­it­ing en­hance­ments), by flip­ping the pag­es you can reach a con­sist­ent per­cep­tion, al­most a kind of ‘sens­ing’ of what was de­livered to you from the high­est “ab­stract” of Light, rendered here­af­ter. I know… the con­tent is what mat­ters; but some­times words are like sounds to be played, or re­presented at their best, as on a mu­si­cal score, since this may help fo­cus­ing our re­cep­tiveness and un­der­stand­ing.

The ul­ti­mate re­lease!

If the a­bove de­scrip­tions up­date a bit the for­mer sta­tus of the o­rig­i­nal 9 LET­TERS on line + the In­tro­duc­tion by Christ him­self, the news e­vent 2018 brings in the fi­nal pub­lish­ing of those 333 op­ti­mized pag­es in the plain Web for­mat, i.e. HTML, ac­ces­si­ble by the four sides of its ac­ro­nym ;)
The page lay­out framed in the Gold­en Ra­tio por­trait rec­tan­gle with its head­er and foot­er re­mains fixed a­like in the oth­er for­mats.

There­fore, when­ev­er a page URL is reached by an ex­ter­nal link, like Twit­ter tweets, a tri­ple read­ing op­tion is sub­mit­ted to the user: PDF, Fast text, Flip­ping book.

The web­site was planned to be re­spon­sive to small­er de­vices, so that the HTML pag­es can auto-re­size their con­tain­er down to 308px width, let­ting the text be scrolled only ver­ti­cal­ly. All the LET­TERS' pag­es are de­limited e­nough to al­low hid­ing the ver­ti­cal scrollbar - which would re­duce the use­ful space in un­like brows­ers' modes, forc­ing the un­pleas­ant hor­i­zon­tal bar - and re­plac­ing these with two al­ter­nate ar­rows to switch half page down or up; that is suf­fi­cient to their com­plete view­ing.
– trans­par­ent big Down Ar­row –
The first to bot­tom ap­pears [trans­par­ent white] cen­tered to the page foot­er; once clicked it is hid­den, leav­ing place to a slim long ar­row on the left mar­gin, which brings you back to the top of page.



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– I­cons & Op­tions –
The hor­i­zon­tal scroll is nev­er need­ed for the text; for a very few pag­es hold­ing spe­cial ta­bles that can­not be crunched for the cor­rect watch­ing, two ar­rows ap­pear: left (pink) and right(light sky blue, see the im­age), slid­ing three po­si­tions [left-cen­ter-right] of the ta­ble view.
Note that this func­tions may not work fine with all mo­bi­le-brows­ers, which ver­sions some­times look like mo­bi­le sand;  (bet­ter if the con­tent ex­ceed­es e­nough the viewport). How­ev­er the page can be scrolled and re­sized by tou­ch there.

Eve­ry page is en­dowed with 7 nav­i­ga­tion op­tions.
First, on the cor­ners 4 but­tons for scroll:
one page up half page up
half page downone page down
For who likes to deep­en, these are not just i­cons. View

The half pag­es com­mands are pro­vid­ed to view two pag­es at a time, i.e. the con­tin­ued text from the pre­vi­ous or to the next page in­side the same frame; each page can be scrolled in all the modes a­bove, and can ac­cess to oth­ers within its area. There­fore to re­turn to the sin­gle framed page, click the de­sired page num­ber on the side menu; or use the Back com­mand of the brows­er. The Rose icon be­low can al­ways re-open the full in­de­pend­ent page, with­out any Let­ters-pag­es list.

Their i­cons are in gold col­or when ac­tive; sil­ver when not ac­tive as the same par­a­graph­/text can­not ex­tend a­cross from one page to the oth­er, e.g. in the last-to-first page of a new Let­ter.
Brows­ing each page will au­to­mat­i­cal­ly load the menu for the Let­ter pag­es' num­bers (PDF or HTML), to ac­cess any of them or change the LET­TER in view.

The Rose icon to the bot­tom-cen­ter al­lows to browse these -fast- pag­es with­out even be­ing em­bed­ded in the site back­ground and scroll­ing menu; where­at the 4 cor­ner but­tons re­main the way to read all pag­es in their nat­u­ral se­quence, one or two-ver­ti­cal­ly at a time.
The Rose click gives choice to pass to PDF for­mat – or in this case to the plain Page flow – or a­gain to the Flip­ping book.

The sixth op­tion, if still need­ed, is giv­en by the Page Num­ber to the foot­er: it o­pens a bit­map im­age of that page as it was o­rig­i­nal­ly, and as it should be cor­rect­ly viewed by the brows­er or in any oth­er for­mat; ra­ther than rec­om­mend­ing any, this re­mains a fur­ther check if some­thing in the page was al­tered.
Be­hind this se­cu­ri­ty tool there is an­oth­er, ap­plied to all the e­di­tions, re­presented by the small book icon vis­i­ble in cer­tain pag­es of the LET­TERS.
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As it can be read on all pag­es n. 12:
"The i­cons to the right bear the page num­ber of the cor­re­spond­ing text in ­the original ver­sion of each Let­ter".
These LET­TERS are a­vail­a­ble on site as eve­ry­where and their CRC cal­cu­la­tions and Dis­till Dates are detailed at our download section.

Fi­nal­ly, even if on the top of each page, the white book icon. On the back­ground of such a pow­er­ful in­spi­ra­tion­al fine mod­el, the text pag­es are in­ten­tion­al­ly left trans­par­ent in some viewports. To re­verse to a white back­ground, click that icon; re­load­ing the page will re­set, so, if you plan to read more pag­es, use the Rose icon to nav­i­gate seam­less­ly.

Al­though eve­ry care is de­vot­ed to these pre­cious doc­uments, their op­ti­mal pe­rus­al should be made on a dis­play large e­nough not to com­pro­mise the for­mat.
There are so many de­vices, and brows­ers with their dif­fer­ent rules at eve­ry re­lease, and so many ways to re­size (and re­cal­cu­late) their win­dows that is im­pos­si­ble to sat­is­fy them all.
Should a por­tion of page be no more vis­i­ble, please be pa­tient, try an­oth­er size or zoom fac­tor to solve the issue; some­times it's e­nough to reload.

En­joy the Christ Truth!


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"Rosetta Stone, an­cient Egyp­tian stone bear­ing in­scrip­tions in sev­er­al lan­guages and scripts; their de­ci­pher­ment led to the un­der­stand­ing of hi­er­o­glyph­ic writ­ing.
The in­scrip­tions, ap­par­ent­ly com­posed by the priests of Mem­phis, sum­ma­rize ben­e­fac­tions con­ferred by Ptol­e­my V Epiphanes (205-180 bce) and were writ­ten in the ninth year of his reign in com­mem­o­ra­tion of his ac­ces­sion to the throne. Inscribed in two lan­guages, Egyp­tian and Greek, and three writ­ing sys­tems, hi­er­o­glyph­ics, de­mot­ic script (a cur­sive form of E­gyp­tian hi­er­o­glyph­ics), and the Greek al­pha­bet, it pro­vid­ed a key to the trans­la­tion of Egyp­tian hi­er­o­glyph­ic writ­ing."