True Path

True Path
In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump:for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. 1Cor. 15:52

Banner DeZion

This illistration is a depiction of the three messengers to Ebrechen and other situations such as the Melekem of Elchenem who appeared to Jacob/Israel before he crossed the river to face Esau and the transfiguration. I think it is clear who the middle figure is.
This is a peleo-heber letter coming from the image of the cloth  wall of a tent draped over the ropes creating lines. In the old nomadic tents the women had a section with a wall or veil draped to separate them while the man of the house guarded the door. The word chen means mercy, chennech means to incline, to pitch a tent and rest. Chenen means to bend in kindness toward a weaker person,to pity. Rechenem means a gift given that is not deserved, Recheim is the word for Spirit, compassion . Rechemeh is the egyptian vulture because both parents equally care for their young and are famous for their tenderness.
I think this also is used in the idea of Death swallowed up in Victory.
Colors of witness
In the old testament, the veil before the Holy of Holies is described as embroidered withe images of cherubim or Melek(angels). I began to work out a design using the letter chet and the idea of a tent wall/veil with three panels, putting the Melek image there as a commemoration of the three visitors to Ebrechen and Ceirechen, the middle person He called LORD. Often the word used for the LORD, Elohim has been described as plural. I think it is not a reference to plural Gods but a description of our LORD and his witnesses.I believe a Male and a Female witness would be necessary to present the full"Image of the LORD" I have used the colors described in the tent of witness with the red for the female witness on the right(or left side of the middle person looking at you), blue for the male witness on the left (or right side of the middle person looking at you) and purple for the middle who is of course the LAMB. Interestingly many Churches separate the men and women, with the ladies on the right and Gentlemen on the left.

Colors from the Sea
I began to read more about how the actual wool was dyed to produce the colors and learned that rare murex shells were used to make the dye. One could produce a red and the other a skyblue and a purple. So I tried to be more accurate.
Colors of Desert Copper
The next development in design came about by reading of the Banner of the LORD that Moses held up in the Sinai desert. I began looking at the heber words for copper and snakes, studying the "serpent on a pole" situation. I found out that there are a lot of beautiful colors from copper in a natural state that can be used as pigment and in keeping with the wilderness situation I envisioned a Banner painted with the hues of desert copper. With a computer graphics program it is possible to take an eyedropper reading of a color from a photograph and have an accurate hue. This illistration is the result. 
These are photographs of copper colors that I have used in my design. I believe  they would have all been available in the Sinai Desert
Tree of Life Petroglyph from Har Karkom

In the month of Ebyb volunteer barley was used to determine the new year in spring, this would effect the time of pecech and then pentecost. When the barley was ready to offer one loaf was made, later when the wheat was offered, two loaves were offered.  This illistration is a cuniform letter with an s sound, it is a based on barley. 

This illistration depicts the three figures with the HOLY NAME shown to Moses written in Peleo-heber characters. The long form of the name is EHYEH ECER EHYEH most often translated as I AM. The Ehyeh is abreviated to be a hei letter, it means behold or witness. Drawn like a man with the arms raised in praise "BEHOLD THE LITE"  The middle character is a Cemech drawn like a menoreh lamp. The word Ecer means joy, "for he is annointed with the Oil of Joy above all others" The whole menoreh figure with root is actually a word ligature YOD and Cemech, JEC which means to exist/entity. The root of feith "there will come forth a shoot from the stump of JESSE ... the Holy seed is it's stump. " Later the Yod is drawn like a dove, it means "mine" , like "My Son in whom I am well pleased" JESUS
This is a link to a blog that will further explain the peleo-heber letters of the HOLY NAME

This illistration depicts the veil before the Holy of Holies that rent from top to bottom at the crucifixion of the LAMB . The Hei is drawn like a winnowing fork, a tribullum in latin. The Cemech letter has become two shein. The letter waw is drawn like a nail, commemorating the method of execution. The atoning blood has made the HOLY NAME JESUS. If you take out the nail(s) it becomes the word SYS which means JOY, the tree of life Menoreh is restored


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