and positively proved than this one in regard to the plan of the city and its twelve-fold significance. And it is also absolute proof that these parts of the Bible were inspired.
In the engraved measure of man as given in our fourth chapter, pages 1oq and i io, we have shown that a scale of twelve angles, arranged precisely in the order of the twelve parts of the New Jerusalem, is the only scale that will measure the plan of the human head. A scale of twelve times twelve, 144, will measure the entire human form. It is true, as the angel said, that "the measure of the city is the measure of man. "
From all these facts we see that the kingdom of the Messiah could not be established until science was discovered and elaborated. That has required long ages of growth. The kingdom was to be as br-',.d as human wants. And we could not classify these wants until science explored the constitution of man, and traced these wants to their first source in the mental faculties.
Within the last few years there has been much discussion about the restoration of the Jews to Palestine. But many of the writers on this subject seem to quite overlook the vital fact that the Jews now
include only about ONE-SEVENTH PART of the people
who are lineal descendants of ancient Israel ; and that the many Bible promises of a restoration all specify the twelve tribes. There is not a promise of restoration for the Jews without the other tribes.
We cannot quote the multitude of passages, but two or three will show their tenor. " In those days the house of Judah (the Jews) shall walk with the house