“I know a man in Christ who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven. Whether it was in the body or out of the body I do not know — God knows.” 2 Corinthians 12:2
The 7 Vedic worlds are as follows:
Swar-loka (referenced at 2 Corinthians 12:2)
These Vedic worlds correspond to the 3 Judaism heavens as follows:
The third and Lower Heaven is Swar-loka.
The fifth and Middle Heaven is Janar-loka.
The seventh and Supreme Heaven is Brahma-loka.
APAURUSHEYA (Veda is “the Word”)
Apaurusheya (Sanskrit: अपौरुषेय, apauruṣeya, lit. means “not of a man”), meaning “not of human” or “impersonal, authorless”, is a term used to describe the Vedas.
Over the next few hundred years, “not of human” and Veda will increasingly define society, culture, medicine, architecture and religion. “Not of human” by inference means “of the Divine”. Veda is “the Word”. In the beginning was Veda, and Veda was with God, and Veda was God.
Abode of the Ascended Jesus
High Priest Forever in the Order of Melchizedek
Melchizedek, King of Righteousness
King of Salem
Priest of El Elyon
Two High Priests With Enclaves at Janar-loka