This is “Part Three” of Three parts.
(Also see the accompanying signs in heaven and earth as this was revealed.)
Seven Seals of Revelation
In the left image, locate “מסותממ” in a straight line, from the very bottom to the top. It reads, “The hidden things!” Or perhaps, “The One who hid these things” (מ-סותממ).
It’s the same Hebrew word (“shut up”) used in the book of Daniel.
“But you, Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book until the time of the end; many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase.” (Dan. 12:4)
Thus, the writing on the wall itself indicates that there is a message hidden (“shut up”) within these four simple words. (Also see the short aside: 1260d.com/2019/01/11/cylinder-stamp-and-2300-of-dan-8)
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
A large portion of the book of Revelation is contained within this one image. The original writing on the wall, of course, was in Aramaic. However, if translated into Hebrew, then the letter ‘nun’ becomes a ‘mem’ at the tail and back leg as in”Uparsi-n and Uparsi-m“.
This means that the word for “horses” is spelled four times. Twice in Hebrew “סוסימ” and twice in Aramaic “סוסינ“. This forms the body of the horse, including the legs. There are four because they represent the four horses of the Apocalypse (i.e., of the Book of Revelation). The head of the horse is called “Death” “מת”, which was, in fact, itself the name of a pagan god.
“And when the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!”
And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given to them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.” Rev. 6:7,8.
Besides the bulls, dragons, and serpents in the image, you can add to this the lion אריא among "the beasts of the earth" located in this code. (אריא conspicuously is located in a straight diagonal line from the horse's mouth. "Lion" can also be spelled in Hebrew simply as, אֲרִי.) But we are getting ahead of ourselves.
Seven Seals of Revelation: Image explained
As seen above and at left, we have an “X” within a circle. (Please read the above note attached to above image for what this means.). There is also a vertical rectangle running through the wheel. This image depicts a scroll and the seal of a scroll when viewed lengthwise and also as viewed from the end of the scrolls long-ways so as to look like a circle.
The yellow circle also represents the sun, as discussed earlier under the heading of “The Roman Catholic Church”. Therefore the image also represents the sun-god Ra. However, positively it depicts the Lord Jesus as the light of the world. After all, recall that the sun went dark at noon for three hours as Jesus hung upon the cross — when all the gods were judged, just as Ra was judged at the Exodus from Egypt; at that time the sky likewise went dark for three days at the ninth plague.
As it is written:
“On that same night I will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn of both people and animals, and I will bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt. I am the LORD.” (Exodus 12:12)
The Word Weighed in the Balance
Going around the scroll and the horizontal beam of the balance:
“ספר/פר/סר תקל קנא וספר! ספר יפותק לי” (English: A scroll/prince/bull is being weighed in the balance! And a scroll, a scroll has been (or “will be”) opened/unlocked for me! “)
The word "scroll" ספר, here, is found twice and reads "scroll" both to the right and to the left from the middle letter. The same word ספר can also mean "to number or count", which is a synonym of the word "מנא mene". Also, the root word for open/unlock פותק is פתק, and can mean a small scroll/book, or something broken open in Aramaic. (Likely the word פתק is related to פתח because both have a similar meaning and sound?) As you can see, these choice words encourage wordplays.
Putting the pieces together
The large sealed scroll represents the scroll of the Lamb as described in Revelation 4. Each time the first four seals are broken open, a man riding a horse appears, along with judgments.
The head of the man is “An(u) אנ” and with the body of Cain (קנ), the first of the gods of Babylon (after Namma), from which all the gods appear to have had their origin. The head of the horse is called, “Death” מת, which as said is also the name of a god. The mark of death and of Cain is upon him.
The “X” formed with the yellow circle reads, “sealed up סתמ” and “opening” (פתה(א. It refers to the sealing and later opening of the seven seals of the Book of Revelation. More accurately, (פתה(א refers to a square with an opening, as in the opening to a courtyard. And this is what we see in the middle of the below image. (Locate the middle nine squares.)
The X also marks the middle letter, a Tav. A Tav תו means a “mark” in Hebrew, shaped like an X and originally looked like an ‘X’ or ‘+’. Tav is also the last letter of the Hebrew Alphabet. All of this comes together in a mind-numbing and terrifying word-picture.
The courtyard, or temple, reads “וספר לאמנ אמנ”, “And the scroll is about the Truth. Amen!” …with the word “Amen” a play on words for the Egyptian god “Amun”, and the Muslim “Faith”. In the opposite direction it reads, “!מנא/נאמ לי ספרו” “Declare to me his scroll!”. (Or, “Number to me the scroll”.)
The scroll is being opened/unsealed at the entrance to the temple, which is where the mark “Tav” of the One slain is.
Three camps/letters on each side surround the temple and symbolize the 12 tribes of Israel in the wilderness.
Counterfeit Sun-god Ra
As said, the wheel (circle with an X in the middle) rolls open and into the center of the temple. The ‘seal’ is broken. The ‘sun’ moves into the house of God/go and is there darkened as in an eclipse of the sun.
The yellow circle that represents the sun reads, “The light is rising!” (Or, “The light of the Balance” אור קמ-א). Reading in opposite direction: “רא מקור אמנ”. “Ra (rises) from the underworld (Kur), O Amun!” Thus, together it means, “The light of Amun-Ra is rising up from the underworld!”
The rising sun is a common Egyptian motif. The word "Kur" for "underworld" is Sumerian, the equivalent of Tuat תואת or Akert אקורת in Egypt. At any rate, both אקורת and תואת are located within the sun, thereby giving confidence to the word Kur, here. Eclipses of the sun were of great significance to the Egyptians.
This now brings us to the image of the darkened sun that sits where it ought not to in the temple. Because there it was ‘hung on nothing’ תלא אפס when it was hung on the cross. No time to elaborate.
The two circles at center (as explained 18 years ago) also represents a coin. The scale lies perfectly within the middle coin within the temple. Temple tax, if you would — the great dept owned to God, but also the poverty of man to pay it, as expressed by the denari. (A denari was only worth a days pay, Matt. 20:10.)
Side note, as I write this last section of this article, the Russell 2000 Index just officially from a bull market into a bear market, Dec. 17, 2018.
“And when the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, “Come!”
“Then I looked and saw a black horse, and its rider held in his hand a pair of scales. And I heard what sounded like a voice from among the four living creatures, saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius,and three quarts of barley for a denarius, and do not wastethe oil and wine.” (Rev. 6:5,6)
Also compare the above image to this image below, as explained in “Dragon Comet in the Bull Constellation: And, “Anak Krakatoa”‘“.
The Tav transformed into a Tet as an angel of light
In Hebrew, the letters Tav and Tet can have the exact same sound. The circle with the X in it, as said, forms the letter Tet in Hebrew (meaning a wheel, that is in our case, ‘to roll like a cylinder seal’). Thus, the Tet surrounds the letter Tav. Normally, the circle in the middle, when reading around the sun/coin reads, “Alpha-Omega” [אלפ-ת[ו (Aleph-Tav). But when the Tav is transformed into the Tet, it now reads, “(The message) is about Satan!” In other words, Satan enters into the temple, proclaiming himself to be God, as a seraphine angel of light. (On a white horse?)
Amazingly, the word “Scale קנא” (in Aramaic, but which means ‘envy’ in Hebrew) backward spells אנק “Ankh”, which in any other context would not mean anything. The man who rides the horse is superimposed over the Ankh symbol of the Egyptians. (Ankh symbolizes “life”.) This is a false cross of Christ. A counterfeit cross. A counterfeit Christ. A counterfeit light/sun. A worthless coin who is being weighed in the Balance just as the king of Babylon was. (Daniel 5.)
The darkened sun in the house of Ra of “On אנ” (Heliopolis) also (spells “The sackcloth
סַקָא” and “fig תאנ”.
Compare this with the sixth seal, when the sun turns black like sackcloth סַקָא, and the stars fall from the heavens like figs!
(Shortly after this written, the sign of the eruption of Anak Krakatoa occurred.)
The Serpent of Enlil Rising to Swallow Sun
(I apologize. The information in these articles is disconnected at times. I never intended to go into this much detail, as such the Mene Tekel articles are unrefined.)
Finally, compare carefully the position of the serpent with the name נונאמניר or נונמניר or נונאמאניר, “Nunamnir”(Enlil), repeated seven times winding up through the ages like a ziggurat. (See Part Two.)
Notice how the jaws of the serpent perfectly open its mouth to swallow the darkening sun.
(You must align the letters correctly to observe this. I.e., in the below image, the sun within the temple, therefore, sits precisely atop and within the jaws of the serpent ‘Nunamnir’, who is opening his jaws to swallow the sun.)
Jesus was swallowed up by death but rose again.
The seven levels of a minaret or ziggurat. “Nunamnir of Nippur” (Chief Sumerian god). Notice that נונאמאניר ניפור (or נפור) Nippur, (where he was chiefly worshiped) flows horizontally both directions from the first letter “נ” in Nunamnir, just as Nunamnir moves vertically. Thus, “Nunamnir of Nippur”.
Enlil אנליל (also called “Ea אא”) is the main name used for “Nunamnir”. “Enlil of Nippur”. The name “Enlil אנליל” encircles itself twice, each beginning at the tip of each horn to form an ox-head above the word Nippur. (אנ An[u] also forms the tips of the horn.)
Enlil is sometimes depicted as a “wild bull”. Another name for Enlil אנליל is Elil אליל, which in Hebrew also happens to mean “an idol”. It, too, is there and divides the idol of the bulls head in half.
To the right of Enlil is Enki אנקי, chief of the gods, and is shaped like a crescent. His name means ‘Heaven אנ and earth קי (are connected)’. The crescent moon often symbolizes two horns of a bull in Sumerian mythology.
And so the two horns of the Cresent Moon indeed connect heaven and earth, as if to gore both. However, in reverse, it reads, “ירק נא”, which derogatorily means “The spit of Thebes”, or “Please spit!”, but which sounds like “The moon of Thebes ירח נא.”
In the above image of Enki, note the ‘spit’ (derogatorily speaking!) pouring out of him and the crescent moon on his head that forms two horns. (On top of the crescent moon, Enki wears the cone hat, shaped like a Ziggurat.)
In the code, the fish “נונא” is to the left of him. Together it reads, “The fish of Enki! נונ אנקי”. But backward, “Please spit fish! ירק נא נונ”. The heel of Enki is pierced by a horn of an ox. Sound familiar?
Note: Tekel תקל is actually doubled, being in the middle of Mene, Mene, Tekel, Uparsin, when written vertically and horizontally as in our code.
A lot more to reveal
More could be said, but this should give you a sense of the detail hidden away within these simple 15 letters that spell, “Mene Mene Tekel Uparsin”.
There were at least two unusual events in the world that appear to coincide with what God is revealing to His people at this time concerning the Mene Tekel Peres Code. This article also contains additional information about the Mene Tekel Code.
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