The Holy of Holies and The Throne in Heaven

 

From my upcoming book Creation Cries Out! Volume 2 :The Battle of the Ages” by Rav Sha’ul


The Holy of Holies in the physical temple was designed after the “Throne in Heaven”.  The Holy of Holies contains 8 Seraphs, the Throne/Ark of the Covenant enclosed by a veil.  The Throne in Heaven, however, has the image of a man wearing a crown and Turban standing behind the Throne.  The High Priest wearing a crown/turban would enter through the veil and complete the the Throne in Heaven… on Earth.

In this teaching, we are going to examine the design of the physical temple and demonstrate that it is a representation of the center of The Heavenly Scroll (The Enoch Zodiac) which in the midst/middle is the Throne in Heaven.

This is The Throne in (the middle of the) Heaven(ly Throne).

What we have, that must be found on the Earthly Throne (the Ark of the Covenant) is:

  • Melchi Tsedek – the Zadok High Priest wearing The Crown of the Son of Man (emanating 6 radiant projections)
  • 4 Seraphim surrounding the Throne the prophets called Living Creatures with 6 Wings
  • 4 Seraphim on the outer edges of the Throne
  • The Throne itself
  • The 7 Candlestick Menorah

We are going to examine the above list found in The Heavenly Scroll and compare it to the design of the Most Holy Place where the Ark of the Covenant was placed.  We will discover the Truth, that the physical Temple is a reflection of Yahuah’s Abode in Heaven called The Throne in Heaven.

 

 

The Crown of The Son of Man


In the center of The Heavenly Scroll, the man is wearing a crown (turban) on his head.  There is a golden ring of fire sitting directly on his head below the 6 pointed crown.  This is The Crown of the Son of Man as the number of man is 6.  We see Ezekiel describe this “crown of fire” on his head:

Ezekiel 1 
27 From the form of his waist upward, I saw the appearance of amber; a brilliant whiteness with colors of fire; spectrum colors: red, yellow, blue, etc., with the presence of fire surrounding its head;

The crown is then topped with 6 brilliant emanations indicating it is The Son of Man.

This “crown” is what adorns the head of the Zadok Priesthood (High Priests) as the physical High Priests were a “stand in” for the coming Eternal Zadok High Priest represented in The Heavenly Scroll.  This “crown” is also known as the Turban of the High Preist and as we see below, the golden crown is the “fire” which sits below the Turban. This is The Golden Crown of the High Priest representing the Crown of Fire on the head of Melchi Tsedek in The Heavenly Scroll.

The Temple itself as a whole was designed after the man on the Throne in Heaven, the priestly chambers are the Crown of the Son of Man also called the Turban.

 

 

8 Seraphim in both The Temple and The Heavenly Scroll


All the prophets in Scripture witnessed what is known as 6 winged Seraphs surrounding the Throne and on the outer ring in Heaven.

Revelation Chapter 4
5 And out of the throne proceeded lightnings, and thunderings, and voices; and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne (The Heavenly Menorah), which signify and represent the complete plan of Yahuah (7-spirits/7 stars of Pleiades). 6 And before the throne there was a sea of glass, like crystal (blackness of space). And in the middle of the throne, AND surrounding the throne, were four living creatures (8 total Seraphs).

Seraphs are the SYMBOL of The Heavenly Scroll.

h8314. saraph
From saraph; burning, i.e. (figuratively) poisonous (serpent); specifically, a saraph or symbolical creature (from their copper color) -- fiery (serpent), seraph.

As we see in Strong’s above, they have a copper color as seen in The Heavenly Scroll.  We see below, there are 4 on the outer rim and 4 in the middle Throne Room.

Each of these Seraphs have 6 wings and as we see in the Throne in Heaven they are singing “Holy, Holy, Holy”

Revelation Chapter 4
8 And each of the four living creatures (surrounding the Throne) had six wings, they were full of eyes around and within; and they did not cease day and night, saying: Holy, holy, holy, Father Yahuah Almighty,

This is what is represented in The Heavenly Scroll, we see the mouths of the Seraphs open singing “Holy Holy Holy” above.

Now, look at the Seraphs surrounding the “throne/ark” in the Temple. Notice how they have two wings pointing upward and two sets covering their bodies.

Ezekiel Chapter 1
11 This was the description of their faces. Then two of the wings of the four Seraphs spread upward, one touching the wing tip of another creature on either side; and 2 sets of wings  (double what spread upward)  covered their bodies.

Then notice if you were looking right at that Seraph (the image below is of the side) all you would see is the “tips” of the other two wings sticking out, as the rest is covering in front of their bodies. Looking right at them in front, you would see two large wings and two “tips” sticking out AT THE BOTTOM.

In the physical Temple there are actually 8 Seraphs represented.  We were never told about the 2 standing next to the Ark, making 4 surrounding the Ark just like the center throne of the Enoch Zodiac singing Holy Holy Holy…. But what about the other 4 on the outer ring. Where are THEY represented in the Temple?

We see the 4 Seraphs surrounding the throne, the two on the wings of the Ark and then the two standing beside it.


If you look on the back wall at the top in the image above, you see two more painted above it making 6 total in the Holy of Holies.  When the Veil is drawn to expose the throne, we see 2 more Seraphs on the curtain to represent the 4 on the outer ring giving us 4 on the top and 4 on the bottom.


So if we were ever taught properly the design of the Temple Throne Room, we would see 8 Seraphs, 4 before the throne (center of the Enoch Zodiac) and 2 at the top and 2 at the bottom (wall and curtain) as in the outer ring of The Enoch Zodiac.

Depending on how you look at it, the two on the Ark and the two on the curtain represent the 4 in the center of the Enoch Zodiac. The two on the back wall and two beside the Ark could represent the 4 on the outer ring of The Enoch Zodiac.  There are 8 Seraphs in the Temple surrounding the Throne in the Holy of Holies, as it was designed per the Throne in Heaven (The Heavenly Scroll) exactly what all the prophets “saw”.

 

 

The Menorah before The Throne in Heaven


We see “in Heaven” there is a 7 candlestick Heavenly Menorah.

Revelation Chapter 4
5 And out of the throne proceeded lightnings, and thunderings, and voices; and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which signify and represent the complete plan of Yahuah (7-spirits/7 stars of Pleiades).

This is an artist rendition of what John described.

We see the 4 Seraphs before the Throne, the man sitting on the throne, and the Menorah in front of the Throne.  This was also reflected in the physical Temple.

 

 

Conclusion


The physical Temple was a depiction of Yahuah’s Throne which is in The Heavenly Scroll.

Isaiah 66:1 
This is what Yahuah says: "Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool. Where is the house you will build for me? Where will my resting place be?

 

Blessings,
Rav Sha’ul (the Nazarene)

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