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2010 A.D.:  Does the Larynx Look Like A Head With A Multi-Tiered Crown?

  Does your voice emanate (as you look at the front side of our human thyroid) from a cartilaginous structure which is like the head (therefore the mind) of Jesus as He lived, a largely unrecognized KING of KINGS, in the New Testaments recounting?  But doesn't our voice also emanate (as we look at the back side of the thyroid) from a structure that looks in many ways like the Ark of the Covenant (where the presence of God Himself, in the form of a cloud, resided at times of God's choosing) in the Old Covenant days of the Israelite's 40 years of wandering the Sinai?  It says that ancient Israel, after they had left Egypt, would follow God across the desert of the Sinai Peninsula.  God would take the form of a cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.  When the cloud stopped, the Israelites stopped.  They set up camp, and the Levites set up the Holy Tabernacle.  Then the Ark of the Covenant was set up inside of the Holy of Holies portion of the Tabernacle, and then the cloud that they had been following would go into the Holy of Holies, and take up a position between the Cherubim on top of the lid of the Ark of the Covenant, above the dish in its lid that was called the Mercy Seat.  And once it was there, only the High Priest could enter the Holy of Holies until it was time to wander again. 

How amazing that the part of our body that can speak the words of God has the appearance of both of the two places I know of that God ever resided among men:  the Ark of the Covenant, and the personage of God's only begotten Son, Jesus.  How crazy and how Holy and amazing is that?  And we are just corrupted 'clay', yet it appears, to me at least, that God built that into our human physiology as well as many other such instances of Holy imagery.   






Click Thumbnail Below For An Image That You Can Manipulate More.The Curiously  Built Larynx Cartilage

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