Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Part 7 - About the Schedule of the Pending Reset of Time

The Creator conceals and reveals things through the ordering of His creation, even His Word. Precious secrets about the times and seasons have been held in reserve for our day.

After the insight about the relationship between the shemitah numbering 860 (devoured) and 861 (devouring) was received, one of the scriptures that was highlighted to me was Psalm 119. To understand why some historical context is necessary.

My awareness of the importance of the ordering of shemitah springs in part from the work of J. R. Church that drew attention to the ordering of the Psalms. In the book, Hidden Prophecies in the Psalms, it was demonstrated how the Psalms were numbered according to the Gregorian calendar years. This was a secondary witness supporting the biblical prophecy of Genesis 49's description of the celestial sign of 1991. My story is recorded in the following studies.

Jacob's Dying Words Prophesy the Celestial Sign of the Lord's Return in Judgment

The Celestial Sign of Jacob's Dying Prophecy is Validated by Hidden Time Prophecies and Other Remarkable Signs

In brief, Psalm 91 describes in colorful detail certain recognizable events of 1991. The first 12 verses are concerned with Desert Storm, a military response to Iraq's attack of Kuwait under Saddam Hussein's leadership, during which the miraculous protection of Israel was witnessed. In the 13th verse, a cryptic statement appears that pairs with Jacob's deathbed prophecy as a description of the celestial sign of Yom Teruah, 1991.

You will tread upon the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent. ~ Psalms 91:13


We didn't know it then, but this pattern of the 12 and the 13th identifies it as an exhibit of the mastery of time. And, that 13th unit describes the celestial sign that serves to anchor the season of the Lion of the tribe of Judah's return in judgment to our familiar calendar, which is a dramatic demonstration of the mastery of time!

In 1991, when the Lord began to reveal the celestial sign that was prophesied by Jacob so long ago, He brought together the work of several people who had labored over many years, some of whom were long dead. At the right time, when the sign was about to manifest, what had been prepared in advance began to bear the fruit of its purpose. Many of those whom the Lord has engaged in the work have died, but not in vain. They will live again and our God will honor them for their faith. Those of us who remain in this work honor them and their contributions with our own. Those whose names we know were not alone. Their efforts were underwritten by other men and women of faith, their family and ours. I feel very strongly today about giving tribute to them and their sacrifices, our precious heritage.

Now, with all that said, the year 1991 has been encoded into Psalm 91 in a remarkable way and, likewise, it seems that the year 2019 is the esoteric subject of Psalm 119. Some of the features speak to us about time being reset, like the extreme emphasis on division (bifurcation) and a new beginning with the mastery of time, while modeling the menorah that has the seven-fold character of the shemitah.

The 119th Psalm has received a lot of attention from scholars over the years. It's well known as the longest "chapter" of the Bible but it's the intriguing structure that is notably outstanding. It's not the only acrostic Psalm but it is the most famous of them. Psalm 119 consists of twenty-two sets of eight verses each. All eight verses in each set begin with the same letter, and these step through the Hebrew alphabet in order from Aleph, the first letter, to Tav, the last.

This feature isn't there to entertain us or merely give scholars something interesting to catalog. This is a messaging system that supplements the textual content and the other peculiar features, including the prophetic timing indicated by the numbering of this Psalm.

The numbers produced by the most obvious feature of this acrostic Psalm are 8 and 22. The number 8 is widely understood to mean, new beginning. The derivation involves cycles like the week of days or of the years that compose the shemitah. When you're counting off consecutive units in sets of 7, every 8th marks a new beginning. The number 22 that is so prominently paired with 8 is similar. Like how 8 is the primary time number 7 plus 1, 22 is the time number 21 plus 1. NEW BEGINNING!!!
For related study, here's a blog post I wrote on the meaning of the number 21 almost 8 years ago. What does the number Twenty-One mean?

The mirroring of 12 and 21 has been used in time signs for Aaron and I on many occasions in recent years.

Here's a couple other posts we've published with insight into the number 22. (
from 2010 / from 2015)

For more insight into the meaning of 8 and 22 we consider the foundations they depend upon. The number 7 has to do with time as a cycling construct but the number 21 has a broader sense. It factors into 3*7, or 3 sets of the primary time number 7. With the number 3 representing completeness, see 21 as signaling the completeness or fullness of time. Alternately, with 3 being the resurrection number, 3*7 describes the resurrecting of time, so we see 21 as signaling what is beyond time or eternal, timeless.

When it comes to the meaning of the addition of 1 to the time numbers 7 and 21, we can hardly ignore what we've learned about the meaning of the addition of 1 to the time number 12. The number 12 signifies cycling time and the number 13 speaks of the mastery of time. One can see that 7, 12 and 21 are similar and that with the addition of 1 to the series, 8, 13 and 22 are similar. There is an aspect of "New Beginning" in 8, 13 and 22 AND ALSO an aspect of the mastery of time! With regard to the stamping of the related 8 and 22 upon the acrostic 119th Psalm, the aspect of the mastery of time is emphasized alongside that of a new beginning!

So, both of the stand out numbers in Psalm 119 independently signal a new beginning AND the mastery of time. Together, the signification is magnified and extremely emphatic! What could warrant such a treatment as this, even adding to the fact that this is the longest "chapter" of the Bible? Such a thing as the marking of the pivoting of the specially doubled shemitah in 2019 seems fitting! The beginning of any given next-in-sequence shemitah is not rare, of course, but a new beginning of time in the reset and grafting in of a new or refreshed timeline, well, that's certainly worthy of emphasis!

There are distinctive 7-fold patterns in Psalm 119 that identify it with the week and shemitah that is so much the subject of our interest. The design also compares to the menorah, the branched golden lampstand that cast its light upon the Holy Place. These comparisons provide for some exciting insight!

This Psalm speaks profoundly of itself when it is declared in verse 105: "Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path."

We'll be giving our attention to the menorah design and what it suggests, but not just yet.

Psalm 119 highlights division or bifurcation. The division required for partitioning is inherent in the generation of the special acrostic pattern and the menorah structures but bifurcation is especially highlighted on a variety of levels. As we explore these some wonderful insights arise. Fundamentally, this bifurcation speaks to how the 119th Psalm marks a very special division that is about far more than the separation between two shemitah in 2019. The impression is that time itself is split in a pivoting, branching, splicing, grafting, shifting and resetting.

On what is perhaps the most obvious level we consider the division of each line into a pair of themes. In nearly every verse, The Word is referenced - and with 176 verses in total - that's a lot! In nearly every one of these 176 verses this exaltation of The Word is woven together with the Psalmist's appeals and passionate observations in such a poetic way that even the most casual reader can hardly ignore it. This feature communicates a few messages but for now, let's focus our attention on the modeling of division. The many lines are dramatically split between the exaltation of The Word and the psalmist's appeals and observations.

When we simply bisect the Psalm we discover that significant numbers and results are produced.

The 176 lines divide evenly into two sets of 88 lines. The 22 letters of this acrostic divide into 11 and 11.

11 letters - aleph-kaph - verses 1-88
11 letters - lamed-tav - verses 89-176

The second half begins with the following declaration that lights our way.

89 Forever, O Lord,
Your word is settled in heaven.
90 Your faithfulness continues throughout all generations;
You established the earth, and it stands.
91 They stand this day according to Your ordinances,
For all things are Your servants.
~ Psalm 119:89-91

The numbering of double eleven is an ideograph. The picture presented by the numerals as 11 11 resembles pillars. || || Pillars are dimensional constructs supporting the heavens and the earth.

The pillars of heaven tremble And are amazed at His rebuke. ~ Job 26:11
Who shakes the earth out of its place, And its pillars tremble; ~ Job 9:6
The earth and all who dwell in it melt; It is I who have firmly set its pillars. Selah. ~ Psalm 75:3
For the pillars of the earth are the Lord’s, And He set the world on them. ~ 1 Samuel 2:8b

Consider what we find where the Psalm bisects into the pillar ideograph. Psalm 119:89 provides an exhibit of PILLAR language! Space Time language!

First word: Forever. The next two line continue extending the time language. Pillars are the image used in time travel programming, an Illuminati programming construct, and they do get that from somewhere. The fallen angels took with them the secrets of heaven when they fell (although not the best of them). Pillars also represent stargates, gates or doors between dimensions. Reflect on what this suggests about this Psalm as the pivot of the age at the reset of time. This speaks to me of how that, after the reset, FOREVER - His word will be settled in the heavens. No more will the wolf lie down with the lamb, right? (with reference to a Mandela Effect in Isaiah 11:6 that many saints either cannot perceive or bear to accept) The LION will lie down with the lamb!

I can't help but reflect upon a double 11 sign I received on the holy day Yom Kippur almost 8 years ago because it has a definite bearing. It was received in connection with a study I was writing on bells, objects that have to do with dimensional barriers and transiting. It involved 22 dollars in pennies, and time is money, which is to say, money is, or signals, time. So the Penny Sign is a Money Sign is a Time sign! As I rolled my collection of pennies into 50 cent rolls I just happened to be separating them into two columns. When I was led to stop rolling this represented $11 and $11. I did this on 9/11/10, which was 9 years after 9/11/01 - to the very day! That infamous Twin Towers event made that a notable pillar day, to be sure! (Psalm 119 mirror 911) The day of 9/11/01 happened to mark the 10th anniversary of the celestial sign of 1991 (witnessed on 9/11/1991) - to the very day. The penny roll sign of the double 11 came on the 19th anniversary of the celestial sign of 1991. And, again - money is time. The bisecting of Psalm 119 into 11 and 11 sets has to do with time, like the sign of the doubled eleven penny rolls. Note well that it was Yom Kippur when I received the sign, and that's the only day of the year where the High Priest may meet with God in the Holy of Holies. That feature calls attention to the specialness of the TIME. That scheduled meeting was an accessing of the pillar (11 11) construct linking dimensional realms. That Most Holy Place was where the ark of the covenant resided, with the 10 commandments inside, the ark that functioned as the center of time, in the place that still functions as the center of time!

Yeah - okay - it's all pretty overwhelming, but there's just so many crossing threads that are relevant - including more on the subject of Space Time and transiting!

The bisecting of Psalm 119 into 11 and 11 letter sets separates it evenly into 88 and 88 lines. If you've been following The Open Scroll you should find this number 88 very familiar. This a space time transit signaling element! It's featured extensively in popular time travel fiction like, Back to the Future, and, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. If the reset of time into the past is connected with the number 88 in this Psalm of the hinge that time swings upon, would that be too weird? It's all pretty strange, but such is the way of our reality.

The number of (earth) days it takes for the planet Mercury to orbit the sun is 88, and for this reason the number has been identified with this planet from ancient times. The Lord was calling this feature to my attention as I was getting up and around this morning, as I write on the 24th of April. There's a direct link to the calendar-anchoring celestial sign of 1991 because the planet Mercury was directly involved! This planet identified with the number 88 is named in Genesis 49:10 as the lawgiver (or ruler's staff, depending on your Bible version). It's also one of the planets (together with Venus) doing the treading and trampling in the numbered Psalm that prophesies of 1991.

The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be. ~ Genesis 49:10 KJV

You will tread upon the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent. ~ Psalms 91:13

This function of signaling time and appointed times is what the celestial lights were created to do in their motions through the constellations.


The bisection of Psalm 119 into 88+88 lines calls the planet with a period of 88 to our special attention. The Bible identifies it as the chaqaq וּמְחֹקֵ֖ק - the lawgiver. Have you looked at Psalm 119 yet? Repeating in myriad ways, it's about the law and the "lawgiver." The Pagan god that the planet has been associated with is Mercury, the messenger for the gods. Those who hijack and obfuscate have retained the essential role in the mythology. It is accepted by many that the Law was given through the agency of an angel, which you can learn about in the studies linked above.

The manner of identifying the planetary chaqaq-Lawgiver (Genesis 49:10) by its number 88 (Psalm 119) compares to the identification of the planet Jupiter (which orbits sun every 12 earth years) in the sign of Revelation 12:1, which attended Y'shua's birth in 2 BC.

A great and wondrous sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. ~ Revelation 12:1

These very meaningful Space Time celestial features appear in Psalm 119 when we consider the halving of the scripture into 11 Hebrew letter / 88 line parts. The Psalm can be halved based on word count in a way that is also meaningful.

From: Psalm 119— Logotechnical Analysis, by Casper J. Labuschagne
"Observations
1. In terms of verselines, the arithmetic middle of the psalm falls between the verseline with initial kaph (v. 88) and the verseline with initial lamedh (v. 89): vs. 1-88 || vs. 89-176. In terms of the 1063 words, the text divides into 533 | 530, which means that the last 3 words of v. 88b constitute the mathematical centre of the psalm (1063 = 530 + 3 + 530). The pivotal words express in a nutshell what the psalm is all about. No wonder that it echoes in various phrasings and fashions throughout the entire psalm.

וְ֝אֶשְׁמְרָ֗ה עֵד֥וּת פִּֽיךָ
And I will keep the testimonies of your mouth."

This division based upon word count is also meaningful, and on that observation I want to reiterate how this speaks to the Psalm that we are identifying with the year 2019 as one that demonstrates in exceptional ways the matter of division, even the division of space and time itself.

The bisection by word count revealed a symmetrical division into 3 parts. When we consider the natural symmetrical division into seven parts we discover what many scholars have identified as a distinctive menorah pattern. This 7-fold lampstand repeats the celestial theme because, as the historian Josephus and many others have declared, it models our solar system!

Then you shall make a lampstand of pure gold. ... Six branches shall go out from its sides; three branches of the lampstand from its one side and three branches of the lampstand from its other side. ... Then you shall make its lamps seven in number; and they shall mount its lamps so as to shed light on the space in front of it. ~ Exodus 25:31-37

The lampstand lighted the Holy Place in the temple as the sun and the other celestial luminaries shed their light.

As it is written: "and they shall mount its lamps so as to shed light on the space in front of it." The space, and in what we call space or the expanse of the heavens.

and let them be for lights in the expanse of the heavens to give light on the earth”; and it was so. ~ Genesis 1:15

The menorah design exhibits a linear bi-directional symmetry. You can see this in the image preserved on the Arch of Titus in Rome, which is what the Emblem of Israel is derived from. The central lamp is known as the servant lamp, the shamash. This is flanked by three on each side, all in a row. The shamash is understood to be the Sun in a model of the solar system, with Mercury, Venus, and the Earth, (or the Moon) on one side, and Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn, on the other. As many have observed, the Sun lamp is the 4th in sequence, from either direction, and this resonates with the Sun appearing on the 4th day of the creation week.

We note with special interest that the elegant menorah also bears what we call the keystone pattern, where there are 3 things of a kind followed by a similar but special 4th! This keystone pattern is inherent in Psalm 119, for 2019!

Labuschagne provides some excellent illustrations of the menorah pattern in Psalm 119— Logotechnical Analysis.

The acrostic with its 22 letter sections of 8 verse-lines each naturally divides into 7.

3x8 || 3x8 || 3x8 || 4x8 || 3x8 || 3x8 || 3x8

The 176 Masoretic verses divide readily into the sets spanning these verses: 1-24, 25-48, 49-72, 73-104, 105-128, 129-152, 153-176. The shamash or servant lamp modeling set of letters 10-13 in the sequence consists of the 32 verses numbered 73-104.

The keystone pattern is magnified with each of the first 3 in sequence being of a "3x8" dimension, followed by a 4th that is of a similar but yet distinctly different "4x8" dimension.

Labuschagne noted a feature that speaks to us about the validity of this menorah modeling. The letters represented by the "4x8" shamash of Psalm 119 produce the Hebrew expression of, My King! The central 4 letters derived from the acrostic are yod, kaf(caph), lamed, mem. When inverted, this reads, My King. The key role of the first letter is already the foundational principle of the acrostic, so this derivation of "My King" is a result that is produced quite naturally. The shamash is the servant lamp, and the servant king and Sun of Righteousness (Malachi 4:2) is Y'shua haMashiach, King of Kings and Lord of Lords!
J.R. Church, author of, Hidden Prophecies in the Psalms, published a book in 1993 with co-author Gary Stearman titled, The Mystery of the Menorah ...and the Hebrew Alphabet. Although Psalm 119 doesn't seem to be mentioned, they do offer a collection of interesting insights.

In the following passage of scripture He is seen in a context that should be familiar.

12 Then I turned to see the voice that was speaking with me. And having turned I saw seven golden lampstands; 13 and in the middle of the lampstands I saw one like a son of man, clothed in a robe reaching to the feet, and girded across His chest with a golden sash. 14 His head and His hair were white like white wool, like snow; and His eyes were like a flame of fire. 15 His feet were like burnished bronze, when it has been made to glow in a furnace, and His voice was like the sound of many waters. 16 In His right hand He held seven stars, and out of His mouth came a sharp two-edged sword; and His face was like the sun shining in its strength. ~ Revelation 1:12-16

You may want to pause for a while to reflect on these things. Again, the 119th Psalm speaks profoundly of itself when it declares in verse 105: "Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path."

The evidence that suggests the approach of the reset of time in 2019 continues to build and the sum of it is becoming more and more compelling!

When we continue, Lord willing, there are more exciting observations to be made based upon the insights we've just offered into the exceptional Psalm 119!

10 comments:

  1. Layman's ---- i have read so many of your stuff. Just give me a bortom line again of whats happening in thectime reset. With my husbands death i have lost track
    Regards
    Carina
    Blessings

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    1. Hi Carina,
      You have been missed. These 2 recent posts should help you catch up. If the first pass through doesn't help enough, give them a second pass.
      http://theopenscroll.blogspot.com/2018/03/some-insight-into-seasons-of-time-reset.html
      http://theopenscroll.blogspot.com/2018/04/about-schedule-of-pending-reset-of-time.html

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  2. https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/04/mass-child-human-animal-sacrifice-peru-chimu-science/

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  3. I thought I would let you know something interesting about your recent post here in part 7 of the time reset...Last Friday I was at work and I looked down at my phone and saw the time 11:11...I thought that is odd but moved on thinking there was nothing to it...On Sunday I was doing something in the kitchen and looked up at the microwave clock and once again what did I see 11:11...hmmm...I thought that is odd...I just received my Number in Scripture book written by E.W. Bullinger and I thought maybe YaHoVaH was wanting me to dig deeper with this number...then lo and behold you make this blog post this week...Normally I would chalk something like this up to coincidence but the time and season we live in I think not...I came out of churchianity 2 years ago and my thirst for the Word and Truth has been insatiable...I study diligently as many hours a day as I can....I stumbled upon your insights about 6 weeks ago and have watched or read most of information already...I think the reason I wasn't allowed to find your site until recently was the Father heaven knew when I would be ready for the true meat of the Word...I had to show myself approved before being allowed even more insight....Keep of the work of our Father may you continue to blessed...Garry

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    1. Garry, certainly, the Lord is able to draw us to Him in His perfect way and time. He is so good to us!

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    1. I have to say there is something about the number 11....As in my previous post above I had stepped away from desk at work today, (full disclosure) I don't wear a watch), came back to my desk picked up my phone clicked it to see once again it was 11:11....I wasn't remotely thinking about any of this and this is the second Friday in a row I get 11:11 along with this past Sunday on the microwave at 11:11...Three times is significant looking through Number in Scripture by E.W. Bullinger and the number 11 itself...According to Bullinger if you double the number to equal 22 it has an intensified form- disorganization and disintegration, especially in connection with the Word of God, for the number two is associated with the second person of the Godhead, the living Word...He says the number 11 derives its significance by being an addition to the Divine order (10) and a subtraction from Divine rule (12). These are two of the three ways in which the written Word of God can be corrupted- the third being alteration. Any thoughts? Thanks Garry

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    2. Bullinger had some good insight - and he was a brilliant scholar - but he also missed a lot. And a lot of his assumptions and conclusions I just can't agree with. Still, I appreciate his efforts and value a lot of his work.

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  5. What year do you think Yahushua will return after the reset? Blessings in Yahushua, Allen

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    1. http://theopenscroll.com/when_cometh/when_cometh.htm

      Hi Allen. If you are asking, you must not be familiar with this collection of studies. It provides the framework for understanding the schedule, and how "the return" actually began in 1991. Like with His birth, there is a series of events that are appointed to be fulfilled, primarily during a 7 year span, or shemitah. You are perhaps asking about resurrection events, and they come in the 3rd and 7th years. Those appointed for the 3rd year will come in 2015. Next time around, of course.

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