Boxes on the head and Arks:

1Ki 6:20 And the oracle in the forepart was twenty cubits in length, and twenty cubits in breadth, and twenty cubits in the height thereof: (20X20X20)

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Song 8:6 Set me as a seal upon thine heart [leb]:
In Hebrew, "leb"; The meaning of this noun includes motives, feelings, affections, desires, also will, and intellect of man. The whole inner man, the head never having been regarded as the seat of intelligence in those times. While it is the source of all action and the center of all thought and feeling, the heart is also described as receptive to the infuences both from the outer world and God; {Strong Concordance}]

In the New Testament, heart is the English translation for the Greek word,"kardia." It means thoughts, feelings, mind, moral activity, and it is the seat of both the rational and emotional elements. It refers to the feelings, (FREE) Will, intellect.


Genesis 6, Before the "Flood" of Modern Homo sapiens...

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Gen. 6:5 And GOD, (the Reality of Universal Power) saw that the wickedness of man (including Neanderthal) was great in the earth, and that every imagination of (his abstraction of Reality) the thoughts of his heart (or his psyche) was only evil (and unrealistic) continually (as regards the process of adaption).

Gen. 6:6 And (in) it, (i.e.; the evolutionary process), it repented the LORD that he had made man (all the hominoids linked in our ascent) on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart (that cataclysmic changes were to come).

Gen. 6:7 And the LORD, (the Reality of the Universe) said, I will destroy man (of these types and species) whom I have created (such as to mentally, phenomenologically, i.e.; abstract, consciously a model and schmata of Universe or the image of Reality which I am), destroy them, (of these types and species), from the face of the earth, (deeming them extinct); both (these species and kind of) man, and (his present abstract idea of) the beast (of the earth), and (his idea of) the creeping thing (of the earth), and (his idea of) the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them (in this process of evolution BECAUSE he has not imaged me, Reality, as we have created im so to do).

Gen. 6:8 But Noah, (the predecessor of the Modern Homo sapiens which were to emerge), found grace in the eyes of the LORD, (who is all the Universe and that which is therein).

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..."every imagination of (his abstraction of Reality), the thoughts of his heart"...

Figuratively, "heart," i.e., the hidden springs of the personal life: the seat of total depravity, the principle in the center of man's inward life that defiles all he does. It is the sphere of divine influence, (Rom 2;15; Acts 15:9).

The "hidden man," (1Pt 3:4-the real man). 
"Heart" represents the character but conceals it.
It denotes the seat of physical life, (Acts 14;17, Jas 5:5).
The seat of moral nature and spiritual life, the seat of grief, (John 14:1; Rom 9:2; 2Co 2:4);
joy, (John 6:22; Ph 5:19).
 
The desires, (Matthew 5:28; 2Pe 2:14); the affections, (Luke 24:32; Acts 21:13).
The perceptions, (John12:40; Eph 4:18).
The thoughts, (Matt 9:4; Heb 4:12).
The understanding, (Matt 13:15; Rom 1:21).
The reasoning power, (Mark 2:6;luke 24:38).
The imagination, (Luke 2:52).
 The conscience, (Acts2:37; 1John 3:20).
The intentions, (Heb 4;12; 1Pt 4:1).
The purpose, (Acts 11:23,1Co 9:7).
The (free) will, (Rom 6:17; Col 3:15).
Faith, (Mark 11;23; Rom10:10; Heb 3:12)

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