The
vertical pole is at an ELS of 15 letter-skips, and as said, the top of both
the tall banner-pole and the menorah tree (cross) both reach to the very first letter of
the "m" in the first word of "__mene__, mene, tekel,
etc., that was written upon the wall.

This 15-letter ELS (shown at right), therefore, fits snugly
with the **15**
letters used to spell, *"mene,
mene, tekel, and uparsin," (see 3 coins above left, and compare). *

As said, this main
vertical beam with the phrase: "The garment/measure of
the menorah,"
prompts us to
pay attention to its **measurement**.

What is its measurement?

What is the height of this cross
(menorah-tree)?

The length of this phrase in *letters*
measures the same number as the total * value* of the three
coins---30 + 1 + 60 = 91 letters inclusive! The Hebrew letter '*he*' that
is centered at the crossbeams is overlapped in the bible code by several different methods,
emphasizing that the letters are to be read as __ 60__ letters from the foot of the cross till the cross-beam (i.e., the value of a **mina**; ELS of 15 x 4 skips),
plus the one letter for the crossbeam itself, (therefore numbered inclusively, i.e., the value of
__ one__ **shekel**),
and the 30 remaining letters from the beam to the top of the vertical pole, (i.e., the value of a **peres**; ELS of
15 x 2 skips). (For more on the bible numbers in this code, click here.)

To
part 5 of 5 parts---*All the circles/coins in all of the pictures have
at least one of the coins 'labeled' for what type of coin it is.* Two
pictures have all of them so labeled! This is of no small importance!