"Clothing the Naked Cross"
full code paraphrased, including the hidden 'minas'
(Part three of five parts)
***Part one should be
E) Continued from previous page:
The beams of the cross read:
"The garment of the Menorah is the
mina of God."
And, this is a play on words for:
measurement of the Menorah is being numbered by God."
Jesus, the light of the word, impaled
upon the cross/pole,
using the 5 coins as an outline His body.
This hallowed picture is highly symbolic: The words
of this bible code (as it forms this picture), of itself, tells us what the
picture means! The 5 coins, (i.e., mene, mene, tekel, double-peres), are
depicted here as being impaled
upon the cross; and this cross is understood to be a menorah stripped of its
branches. (The menorah [lamp] in the temple was patterned and shaped after the likeness
of a lush almond tree, Ex. 25:31-40.)
Thus, the 5 coins are understood to be the silhouette (outline) of Jesus impaled upon the
And we know already from the rest of the bible code that the 'coins' symbolize Christ as
Redeemer, the One who pays the dept for man's sins by 'being numbered
and weighed in the balances, broken' for us.
What the coins on the cross say:
naked cross, (i.e., the menorah-almond tree stripped of its leaves and branches),
is now clothed instead with the Jewish Mina---Jesus Christ. Though
Himself naked on
the cross, Jesus clothes the naked tree! The Light of the world is the light of
the almond-tree menorah! He is the light of the lamp! And the bible
says, in turn, that the Lamb
is the Lamp of God! (Revelation 21:23-24). (The Hebrew Mina, here, is singular because all five coins
together represent and form the outline of the One Man, Jesus Christ. The five "coins," (circles)
just along the main pole read as normal, (i.e., in alternating directions):
"Behold, a mina will certainly be
numbered---He was judged to the uttermost! Behold, He languishes!---The Lamp
wasted away because of foreigners!"
The word for mina, here,
is Hebrew, although the numbering is by "foreigners"---Babylonians. The reading
and numbering of the coins,
speak for themselves, and bear out
It is important to recall that Jesus' own people, the Jews,
rejected Christ, and to this day regard Him as a foreigner:
"...That was the true Light, which
lighteth every man that cometh into the world. He was in the world, and the
world was made by him, and the world knew him not. He came unto his own, and
his own received him not," Jn. 1:9-11.
The 5 coins (see left) of the main picture bible code read from
top to bottom, each counterclockwise. This allows for the usual + - + - + etc.,
pattern to be followed when reading the coins along the vertical and horizontal beams
independently. The 5 coins here read:
"Behold, the Mina will most
certainly be numbered! Behold, He languishes---the Lamp
three letters that run like a 'label' across the 5 coins (above right), also
produces an acrostic-type code. The middle encircled letters join with it to
make it into a double acrostic. The 'labels' on the coins read:
"The One doing the judging
"The Mina of God was judged: But for what reason was
(Lit. "Peres," and it is a play
on words for:
"The Mina of God was judged. Why, then, a
(Notice the similarities of this bible-code word-puzzle,
(in both content and shape), with the mene-tekel-peres one 'on the wall,' as studied in the previous
document. Note that each coin spans an ELS of 15 x 2 skips, or 30
letters, and half-a-mina is also worth 30 shekels. Thus the riddle:
"Why then a half-mina?")
the three coins (to the right) along the horizontal cross-beam reads like the 5 vertical coins, both in format and in
"Concerning the Mina, He was
judged to the uttermost! Behold He languishes!"
Hence, there are
3 horizontal coins, or 5
vertical coins (which, therefore, includes the two missing ones referred to in
the main mene, tekel, peres, bible code). Or
we may read the cross here as simply having 5 'coins' spread out over the whole cross.
Hence, there are 7 coins altogether
(or 8 if counting the middle one twice, which is overlapped). "Seven" is
the number of perfection in the bible, "eight" of the 'new
creation.' (The menorah-tree also had 7 branches.) However, all 7 coins
do not appear meant to be read together
since it is largely repetitive. The emphasis is on the '3' and '5 coins,'
which are in
agreement with the 3 and 5 coins in the writing on the wall.
Next, we look at this cross numerically, as the beams of the
"The garment/measurement of the Menorah is
the Mina/numbering of God."
To part 4 of 5 parts... What
are its measurements, anyway?
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