Do you believe that the restoration of God's dwelling place is more important than the latest funny cat video or adorable toddler blooper? Do you think that the public might share the same sentiment?
As the internet has radically transformed human behavior throughout the world, the "like" that is frequently used in social media has assumed a power of its own that goes far beyond a quest for personal vanity. For better and for worse, the "like" now serves as barometer for public attention and has become a measure of value or consent within social networks. As such, many popular internet media figures emphatically insist that people "like" their content or videos, as the "like" is a safe and anonymous means of public endorsement, which is fed into search engine algorithms, which, in turn, further reinforce and amplify public sentiment by rewarding popular content with favorable search results.
As it often seems that instructing someone to "like" your content is inherently rooted in vanity and narcissism, Project 314 is not soliciting the "likes" as a form of the public's digital applause or attempting to recruit
an army of digital lemmings and idle spectators offering nothing more than silent consent. Hopefully, the audience will be willing to step out and "share" materials that they regard to be inspirational or profound,
and committed enough to "subscribe" to learning more in future feeds. After all, Dad always told me that "a good restaurant doesn't really need to advertise". By this, he meant that if a restaurant satisfies
its customers, they will usually share their positive experience by word of mouth, and they will be compelled to return for more of the same.
In summary, good friends "like" each other, whereas great friends "love" each other and "share" with one another as a result. Project 314 hopes to have great friends on social media platforms to further advance the Tabernacle discovery.
In years past, increases in the Tabernacle rediscovery and Project 314 material exposure have been modest at best. This might be attributed to a number of different factors, including public information overload,
the audacious nature of the claim, religious indoctrination, public faith in dysfunctional Bible translations, entrenched religious institutions, limited Project 314 content publication, limited Hebrew exposure, subject
matter difficulty and irreducible complexity, etc.
However legitimate all of the aforementioned factors may be, they may all be boiled down into one simple explanation. In summary, and as so profoundly proposed and demonstrated in the Youtube dancing video below, Project 314 has not been "easy to follow".
In order to change this paradigm, several new Project 314 materials have been introduced which are specifically designed for "first followers". For example, The House of El Shaddai - God's Dwelling Place Reconsidered has
been published, which is loaded with color images and visual aids to help the reader understand the simplicity of the true Tabernacle. Likewise, to equip teachers, leaders, and students of nearly all ages, The
House of El Shaddai Exodus Tabernacle PowerPoint Presentation has been created, which requires no special technical or ancient language study to understand the essence of Moses' revelation. Finally, on-line resources
include numerous new articles, along with short, concise, and easy-to-share social media memes. So don't leave me all alone as I embarrass myself on some hillside; come and dance with me, so that everyone else
can learn the moves and come to dance with us! The importance of enthusiastic followers in this movement and moment of religious awakening can not be overstated or underestimated!