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Deep Roots Exegesis  -  excerpt the first 4,500 words (from my book Exegesis)

The first five 'Wedding' Verses.

I discuss what I have found, with notes of where I found it and what I understand it to say.  I describe techniques.



Today while reading the thread … ‘wedding’ …  I found, … ‘permission’ ... this thread is a tightly connected, finely woven content-chain that describes the ‘transfer to a new tribe’.

The Principles of digital bible reading can be transferred through exegesis, as follows.

The principles of digital bible reading; define and choose a search term for a database, read all the verses found using a single word, a group of words or a phrase, read other verses based on these verses, look for similar structures. 

Search term ‘Wedding’.

For the word/group/phrase, ‘wedding’ there are 19 verses.  These are written from 1 Kings to Revelations.  There are 5 verses in Old Testament (OT) (below) and 13 verses in New Testament (NT).

The first five verses to read are as follows, (in American spelling).

1 Kings 9:16  (Pharaoh king of Egypt had attacked and captured Gezer. He had set it on fire. He killed its Canaanite inhabitants and then gave it as a wedding gift to his daughter, Solomon’s wife.

Psalm 45:1  Psalm 45 ] [ For the director of music. To the tune of “Lilies.” Of the Sons of Korah. A maskil. A wedding song. ] My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.

Psalm 78:63  Fire consumed their young men, and their young women had no wedding songs;

Song of Songs 3:11  come out, and look, you daughters of Zion. Look on King Solomon wearing a crown, the crown with which his mother crowned him on the day of his wedding, the day his heart rejoiced.

Jeremiah 2:32  Does a young woman forget her jewelry, a bride her wedding ornaments? Yet my people have forgotten me, days without number.


First verse: 1 Kings 9:16

1 Kings 9:16  (Pharaoh king of Egypt had attacked and captured Gezer. He had set it on fire. He killed its Canaanite inhabitants and then gave it as a wedding gift to his daughter, Solomon’s wife.

In the first verse, 1 Kings 9:16 Pharaoh king of Egypt attacked, captured and burned, then killed before giving the land to his daughter,  Solomon’s wife.  It is her wedding gift.  Not too sure she will like it?  Well, the meaning is in symbol, and relates to inheritance.

Symbol Information

In very simple grass roots terms, a ‘container’, remains a container when it is a basket, a boat or a bowl, this is content-chain of units for ‘container’.  A Symbol content-chain has many other units. 

‘container’ content-chain: ‘container’, basket, boat, bowl, … n, or many more

In the language of Symbols, both items and concepts are units, and run all the way through the bible. These are words and phrases ‘units’ that are interchangeable.  ‘Destruction’ and ‘sanctify’ are described in biblical footnotes as interchangeable, they have the same meaning.  Both these words/concepts describe ‘a change so great that the previous state no longer exists’.  There are other ways that this content-chain can be expressed.  An equivalent is ‘convert’ and also, ‘renovate’.  In the same group as the content-chain ‘convert’, ‘renovate’ are, ‘attacked’, ‘captured’, ‘fire’ and kills’ all from 1 Kings 9:16.

‘Convert’ content-chain: ‘a change so great that the previous state no longer exists’, destruction, sanctify, convert, renovate, attack, capture, fire-burns, kills, … n

The use of one set of different words to define the same concept, confers the option that other terms/concepts/ideas can be interchangeable, where they also, define the same concept as each other.    Other content-chains have been identified within groups, including some on the Existential content-chain, {some are identified and partly-listed as we read).

The per verse number (@xn) of information units (words in the descriptive word groups) per verse, is important.   It tells locational information, that tells the time position on the map.  This is code information about ‘the when and what’ stage of the cycle.  Code Information is assimilated.  It is written in three forms, direct, indirect, and in example, and it is written, in single verses, across multiple-verses and across books.  Code can also be formed from several different unit-classifications.  Seeing and understanding the Code Information occurs from remembering to check how many code groups, sectors or “colours” there are, it is usually quite obvious and is assimilated from counting and comparing the complex shared out placement, confirming data across the group.  Conscious awareness of code, results from assumption/perception of, permission given, to look for it.

The ‘Wedding’ Search return, gives permission, and it is a multi-result verse and content-chain holding a complex discussion, we will read through the verses and comment on assimilated pattern and code knowledge, as we go.  

Four is the most basic foundation available

Four is the most basic foundation available, it is shown in Eden with four rivers from the garden and is shown throughout the bible, it continues to be brightly highlighted throughout the bible including in the four gospels of the New Testament.  

‘four’ content-chain:  Eden, Gospels … n

Four content-chain same-category words in a verse indicates a core-pattern structure. We are reading a core structure as it is Four, we are reading a pattern structure as it is a structure based in number.   This is core-pattern-structure ‘four’ rather than pattern-structure-three, two, one, n, or core-pattern structure diagonal or double. 

Core-pattern structure: number segments, {four, three, two, one}, diagonal, double … n

1 Kings 9:16  “(Pharaoh king of Egypt had attacked and captured Gezer. He had set it on fire. He killed its Canaanite inhabitants and then gave it as a wedding gift to his daughter, Solomon’s wife.” 

In the verse 1 Kings 9:16 there are four content units in the ‘convert’ content-chain classification, (which we can label @x4).  These are @x4, ‘attacks, capture and burns, then kills’.  This four set applies to the land ‘Gezer’. 

The verse is about inheritance. Of the land gezer by the person ‘daughter, Solomon’s wife’.


The daughter is, ‘of Pharaoh king of Egypt’, and is ‘Solomon’s wife’.  Solomon’s wife is not discussed in the bible, except for a couple of other verses with connections to pattern-structure-transfer from one to two. {ish}…


land content-chain also has; future, nation state, female, daughter.  To give the land just changed to the daughter as a wedding gift, is the same as, and interchangeable with, crown.  Crown is the same as inheritance the same as renewal, which is the same as renovate or take down and replace. 

This verse, 1 Kings 9:16, is an aggregate, a results verse, which discusses transfer of land discussing bequeathed and acceptance, of the crown and position of new leader.

‘Land’ content-chain: , land, nation, crown, inheritance, renewal (take down and replace), nation, daughter, wife, …

pattern-structure-transfer: from one to two, two to three, three to four, four to +one, diagonal, double





Second verse: Psalm 45:1

Psalm 45:1  [ Psalm 45 ] [ For the director of music. To the tune of “Lilies.” Of the Sons of Korah. A maskil. A wedding song. ] My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.

Writing in the context of the bible should always be understood as likely to be related to writing the bible.  In this case where it relates to ‘wedding that interchanges with inheritance’, these support each other, adding confirmation.  This is a song for a wedding. (There are other words in the verse here, which we can look up, Search Returns = SR, ‘director’ [57 SR] ‘tune’ [14 SR], ‘sons’ [753 SR], ‘songs’ [33 SR] stirred [23 SR]  and  ‘writ’ [376 SR] (includes written, write, writing, etc). {initial impression of symbol-content is that these are related to developing new gardens}, ‘skill’ [64 SR] {symbol-content making tools for the new garden}.  Just a quick review of ‘theme’ [4 SR], tells us that ‘noble theme’ from verse Psalm 45:1 connects to instructions from God.  These are broken up into four different ‘theme’ verses, as follows;

4 Bible results for “theme .” Showing results 1-4.

  1. Psalm 22:25  From you comes the theme of my praise in the great assembly; before those who fear you I will fulfill my vows.
  2. Psalm 45:1  Psalm 45 ] [ For the director of music. To the tune of “Lilies.” Of the Sons of Korah. A maskil. A wedding song.] My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.
  3. Psalm 119:54  Your decrees are the theme of my song wherever I lodge.
  4. Proverbs 1:1  Purpose and Theme ] The proverbs of Solomon son of David, king of Israel:

Description of what theme is used for, are 1. ‘praise’, 2. ‘recite’, 3. ‘song’, and 4. ‘proverbs’.   In 1., Psalm 22:25, the theme comes from ‘you’, and from the ‘you’ whom people fear, ie, god.  In 3. Psalm 119:54 the term used is decrees [137] (usually gods decrees).  It is therefore probably okay to assume that the promoter of the ‘noble theme’ in Psalm 45:1 is therefore God, and the verses recited are instructions from god, written by ‘a heart stirred’ to write ‘from god’. 

We can check the assumption ‘verses recited as instructions/theme from god’, with a second word from Psalm 45:1 the word ‘skillful’ [11SR], skill [64 SR].  there is a very long list of things made by ‘skillful’ hands, ‘skill’ content-chain: curtains for the tabernacle, woven waistband, building a temple, in NT contested where the body is the temple.

These are items made by human skill from instructions given, that provides a ‘platform for the will of god’, similar to ‘tools for the garden’.

The ‘platform for the will of god’ (eg, like an Ark), ‘items for the temple’, ‘tools for the garden’ is the same as items ‘for the new tribe representing recognition of what the bible says’ which in NT looks like, the platform is built by each new tribe out of new materials.



Third Verse: Psalm 78:63,

Psalm 78:63  Fire consumed their young men, and their young women had no wedding songs;

‘Young’, young and old refers to age of tribe, this is about when to replace the leadership system; old is the beginning of a tribe while ‘young’ relates to a new tribe, new generation, therefore the idea that fire consumed young men, discusses transfer to a new tribe. ‘Fire’ is closely connected to, among other things, to ‘thorn’, which is a form of ‘elect’ who are also the ’sons of Aaron’, thus ‘fire’ and ‘young’ are part of a linked symbol chain, indicating ‘transfer to a new tribe’.

Where men and women form two equal, distinct and connected groups, (part of “twostream” described later), if one transfers to the new tribe so does the other, transfers or goes through the gateway.  The particulars of the ‘version’/’segment’ or ‘how’ the new tribe occurs, always affects both streams, as they are matching sets.  A search (in online bible) on ‘young-women-men-fire’ produces two returns, one as above Psalm 78:63, the other is, 2 Kings 8:12 .. “Why is my lord weeping?” asked Hazael. “Because I know the harm you will do to the Israelites,” he answered. “You will set fire to their fortified places, kill their young men with the sword, dash their little children to the ground, and rip open their pregnant women.”  Other context advises that ‘pregnant’ or ‘childbirth’ is, like ‘fire’ and ‘young’, part of the same linked symbol chain, that indicate ‘transfer to a new tribe’[i]


Search term ‘young-women-sword’ which is based on, ‘Kings 8:12 ‘kill their young men with the sword’, finds 5 returns, including Lamentations 2:21 .. “Young and old lie together in the dust of the streets; my young men and young women have fallen by the sword. You have slain them in the day of your anger; you have slaughtered them without pity.” Showing parity between young men and women, as young men and women ‘fall by the sword’.  This puts  young men and young women into one equal group.  That which occurs to young men also occurs to young women.  This means that other things that young men do, can also be done by young women.

Then the rest of the verse Lamentations 2:21, discusses wider conditions, here we see “Young and old lie together in the dust of the streets”, thus, young and old are in the same group supporting our comment above, that young and old are significantly connected, and describe ‘early and late’ ends of a tribe.

Now, we can choose between considering search terms for,  ‘dust in the streets’, ‘slain and slaughtered’, ‘day of your anger’, ‘without pity’, ‘lie together’ or we can continue with our previous interest in the search term ‘wedding’.           

Thus the women get no wedding songs in Psalm 78:63 .. “Fire consumed their young men, and their young women had no wedding songs”, as the version [‘version’/’segment’ or ‘how’ the new tribe occurs, that always affects both streams, as they are matching sets,] and the transfer that is described as, ‘Fire consumed their young men’ has an equivalent that is ‘young women had no wedding songs’.

Phrases as well as single words are used by bible writers to discuss activity, the groups of data like, ‘transfer to new tribe’ can be visualised like beads threaded onto the same content-chain.  Included, in the content-chain ‘transfer to new tribe’ as described in a few of the verses connected to the verses we have looked at so far, are, ‘rip open pregnant women’, ‘kill their young men with the sword’, ‘set fire to their fortified places’, ‘dash their little children to the ground’,  ‘Young and old lie together in the dust of the streets’, ‘young men and young women have fallen by the sword’.  …  and it goes on, this beaded content-chain[ii]; some beads are lighter and easy to consume, these are darker and require extra chewing; not saying that bad things didn’t happen over and over again throughout the past, just saying that the bible uses these things to describe the inheritance, ; not saying bible inheritance will stop bad things, just saying that there is more chance of civilisation and of a better rate of human survival, with the symbol-structures cognition. 



More verses, adding to what I said.  Isaiah 41:2  “Who has stirred up one from the east, calling him in righteousness to his service? He hands nations over to him and subdues kings before him. He turns them to dust with his sword, to windblown chaff with his bow.

Dust with sword and chaff with bow






Fourth  Verse: Song of Songs 3:11

Fourth verse Song of Songs 3:11, is about legitimacy

Song of Songs 3:11  come out, and look, you daughters of Zion. Look on King Solomon wearing a crown, the crown with which his mother crowned him on the day of his wedding, the day his heart rejoiced.

Why did the mother crown King Solomon on the same day as his wedding?  Why would this wedding (of a prince who inherits from parentage) relate to inheritance of kingdom.  Did he marry the nation?  Who confers the crown? Or the land.  The parent.  So the offspring inherit from the parent, father gave the land while mother gave the crown to Solomon, [parent to child is repeated in wedding].  It is not just the ‘Father’ who confers gifts.  It is also the ‘Mother’.  If male-privilege is from Father in the bible, it is wrong here, as it is the Mother who provides.

Assuming an overview that ‘the Maintenance Team close their minds’, by ‘blinding’ their capacity to read the hidden bible consciously, in order to maintain, then, to change from maintenance to renewal team, we have to allow ourselves to see.

  .  .  .  Ethics-attitude assumption.  This can be gentle or awful, (awe-full), assuming inerrancy, assuming accuracy, the options include, the only characters defined as ‘men’ in the bible are god or prophets.  To move forward with reading the bible we have to question gender assumptions, identity has to become people together with other people, and not defined by gender.

.  .  . Ethics-attitude assumption. Or women can be prophets too. Either men are humen, or everybody is women or women can become prophets.  If young women can be killed by the sword, then they are equal with young men who are killed by the sword, this means that both have the same job opportunities, such as for example the job of the prophet.

Content- : land, crown, staff, power

Likewise, to read we can see that, existentially, it is not that the land goes with the crown, or that the crown goes with land, it is that the new prophet picks up the staff, and, as the staff is picked up the prophet becomes. 


In the same way, the ‘parent’ from whom the prophet receives the staff, is the ‘happening of finding the staff’,  the parent is the prophet itself, the miracle is the miracle.  Or at the point where the ‘prophet hears god’, there is a change in concepts about identity relationships, this is discussed in the bible through various concepts, a similar component to ‘father becomes son’.

In the verse-chain ‘Wedding’ this is described, ‘both mother and father confer staff’, at the same time as staff is assimilated with the understanding of the word, at the same time as ‘it is a daughter and a son’ who receive (‘daughter’ is shown later in wedding verse-chain), this means that these family units are structured either, where both genders give and receive at the same rate or where there is no gender or where both genders have to be involved in transfer of power in order for real power to be transferred[1].  The bible accuracy requires renovating our, (assuming our capacity) perception of gender.  We need to see people as her.  Many verses indicate new prophets occurring from the people.  These include daughters and queens.

Many times when picking up pieces of concept, new concept and walking on through the search terms, carrying these loosely while seeing how far the concept stays relevant and connected to other threads, often adding to other newer concepts and able to upgrade other wider terms, having made (assuming capacity) micro-connections while questioning if concepts are real and applicable.  The process itself articulates a wider pathway that allows change.  In the terms above about readers this is a transfer from Maintenance and Renewal.  We assimilate the capacity to connect the threads that have lasted all this time across the human story, we hear the long lasting echo’s and decipher the song.  What we can say about the genders who give and received wedding gifts, is that those who gave were parent and those who received were their children.

Fifth Verse: Jeremiah 2:32


Jeremiah 2:32  Does a young woman forget her jewellery, a bride her wedding ornaments? Yet my people have forgotten me, days without number.

Looks like another verse saying women are prophets. As all external ‘clothing’ or ornament, is a ‘cover’, that provides for the definition of the body, or temple or the ark of god.

Where, the people who wear the clothing provided by god are the prophet’s and their elect team.


In the sense where the bible itself is at the existential end of the content-units in the list  ‘platform to ’ garden’   platform for the will of god’


Is god a wedding gift, where god is identified with ‘my’ and ‘me’, “my people have forgotten me”?  We have just discussed the prophet’s staff in the terms of a wedding gift, so this can be seen within a similar structure as ‘forgetting god’.  [ornaments connects eventually via a connective thread, to women’s hair in the New testament, speaking of pattern-structure-maintenance]. 

{The secondary connective threads are like small side streets that connect between larger roads stringing them together with multiple options for which street to take, along with the option to walk along the larger roads for a while.  Reading database bible is like a following a single line in an intricate lattice or a thread upon a spiders web, or wandering in a city with many streets.}


[1] Gender category.  A category rather than a segment, difference is that category are chapters on identifications of core foundations holding pillars, while segments are at subject level strata that are added to with each subsequent book.  Category are outlines, segments are colours inside the lines.

[i] linked symbol chain, indicating ‘transfer to a new tribe’ includes ‘trample’ and ‘dust in streets’ , ‘dig  new well’


[ii] A few searches that discuss content-chain with beads like spun, linen, yarn, flax, hair, fabric, woven or knitted material, leather.

See Organisation charts at end of book before endnotes.

Units in a sequence table-development =  Spin, weave, Wool, knit, spun, yarn,

Beaded content-chain, needs rewriting, and placing earlier in bool.  Beaded is more like a connected curtain of content-chains, rather than one content-chain. Beads like , woven in to other content-chains, like they do with macramé curtains where the string starts off at one end and moves across the width.


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