Emmanuel Anglican Church, Dallas

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SEVEN PRAGUES PROJECT
THEME V: [ Symbologies of the Tabernacle and the Temple. ]
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I. How to understand the symbologies of the tabernacle and the temple?
II. Introduction:
1. In the present approach, the temple of Ezekiel { Ezekiel 40 – 48 } is excluded; the temple of Apocalypse { book of Apocalypse }; and the Millennium sanctuary of Christ {Apocalypse 20:9}.
III. Moses' tabernacle { Exodus 25:8 }.
2. [ Most holy compartment ]: Symbolizes the 3rd heaven ( most holy place / introcosm / central region of the universe ) seat of the central potestative institution of the universe { 2Corinthians 12:2; Acts 7:56; Isaiah 14:13; John 14:2; Ephesians 3:10; Romans 13:2 }.
(a) [ Ark of the covenant ]: Symbolizes the presidency of the universe { Exodus 25:10-16 }; (a.1) Propitiatory: symbolizes the substratum of the three presidential thrones { Exodus 25:17; 36:34 }; (a.2) Shekinah ( kabod, shakan ): symbolizes the throne and the presence of God { Exodus 25:22; 40:35; 1Kings 8:10-11 }; (a.3) 1st cherub: symbolizes the archangel Michael and his throne as the 1st vice president of the universe { Exodus 25:18-21 }; (a.4) 2nd cherubim: symbolizes the ex archangel Gabriel and his former throne of the 2nd vice president of the universe { Ezekiel 28:14 }; (a.5) Ark box: in a secondary or accessory sense symbolizes the 4 seraphim { Isaiah 6:1-7; Ezekiel 1:1-28 }; the officers of the universal heavenly army and the cherubs of the 3rd heaven { Apocalypse 4:5; 8:5; 11:19; 16:18; 19: 6 }.
(b) [ The two corner cherubs ]: The tabernacle of Moses does not include these symbolic artifacts, present in the temple of Solomon { 1Kings 6:23-28 }.
(c) [ Altar of incense ]: Symbolizes the central government of the universe and the supreme universal court of justice { Exodus 30:1-6; Apocalypse 4:4 }; (b.1) The 4 horns of the altar: symbolize the 4 prime ministers of the central government of the universe, also celestial kings - priests and judges of the universal supreme court of justice { Exodus 30:2,10; Romans 14:10 }; (b.2) The altar vat: symbolizes the universal heavenly kings - priests, also judges of the supreme universal court { Apocalypse 8:3,4 }.
(d) [ Curtain / veil of the most holy place ]: Symbolizes the cherubim of the most holy place who exercise instrumental functions ( technical, administrative, scientific, technological, levitic, special military and special police ), within the scope of the central government of the universe, the supreme court universal and Melchizedek universal priesthood { Exodus 26:31-33 }.
3. [ Holy compartment ]: 2nd heaven ( ergospheric region of the universe / stratotrocosm ), seat of stratocosmic administrations, in their hierarchies { Hebrews 1:7; 2:2; Colossians 1:16; 2:10; Ephesians 1:21; 3:10 }.
(a) [ 7-arm chandelier ] { Exodus 25:31-40; 26:35 }: (a.1) 1st understanding: symbolizes Israel as a church, especially the jewish - gentile church of the 1st century ( 27 e.c. - 70 e.c. ); (a.2) 2nd understanding: symbolizes the christian world church, plural in its oneness ( 34 e.c. - 2080 e.c. ) { Matthew 21:43 }; (a.3) 3rd understanding: symbolizes the plural church of the entire ragalean cosmic region in its interplanetary uniqueness ( 30 e.c. - 2080 e.c. ) { Matthew 16:18,19 }.
NOTE 1: The chandelier historically defines the spiritual, ecclesial, cultural, educational, normative, ethical, moral and humanistic frameworks acquired by the world and the worlds.
(a.4) [ Flame of the chandelier ]: symbolizes the leaders of the churches { Exodus 25:37; Matthew 24: 45-51 }.
(b) [ Proposition table ]: 1st minimalist understanding: symbolizes the material subsistence provided by heaven ( food, clothing, etc… ) to people, groups and populations, even though there are earthly governments { Exodus 25:23-30; 26:35; Psalms 78:25; John 6:31; Nehemiah 9:20; Hebrews 9:4; Apocalypse 2:17; Psalm 82:3; 94:6; Matthew 14:16; see Apocalypse 13:17 }.
NOTE 2: Historically the table defines the political, legal, administrative, scientific, technological, labor, social security and civilizational frameworks of the world and the worlds.
NOTE 3: It is not clear that the door of the tabernacle has a symbolic meaning {Exodus 26: 36,37}.
NOTE 4: It is not clear that the covering of the tabernacle has a symbolic meaning { Exodus 26:1-30 }.
4. [ Courtyard of the tabernacle ]: It has four symbolic meanings { Exodus 27:9 }.
(a) [ Courtyard ]: (a.1) 1st symbolic sense: symbolizes the planet earth; (a.2) 2nd symbolic sense: symbolizes each planet in the ragalean cosmic region of sin and reclusion; (a.3) 3rd symbolic sense: symbolizes the ragalean cosmic region of sin and reclusion as a whole; (a.4) 4th symbolic sense: at the epistemological limit it symbolizes the stratocosm where the detachments and camps of the universal celestial army are located.
(b) [ Basin / purification sink ]: Specific context of tribulations ( crucible / oven ) in which humans of faith are tested, purified and sanctified, candidates for the 3rd heaven as kings - priests and universal celestial judges { Exodus 30 :18; Isaiah 13:12; Zechariah 13:9 }.
(c) [ Sinks / holocust basins ]: The tabernacle of Moses does not include these symbolic artifacts, present in the temple of Solomon { 1Kings 7:27-39 }.
(d) [ Altar of holocusts ]: (d.1) In a strict sense it symbolizes the detachment of the universal celestial army on each planet in the ragalean cosmic region and its angelic - military operations { Exodus 27:1-8; Genesis 32:1; 2Kings 19:35 }; (d.2) In an extensive sense it symbolizes the universal celestial army and its angelic - military operations; (d.3) The 4 horns: symbolize the four seraphim, chiefs of staff of the universal heavenly army { Exodus 27:2; Apocalypse 4:7-9; Zechariah 1:18-21; Isaiah 6:1-5; Ezekiel 1:1-28 }; (d.4) The vat: symbolizes the angelic troops of the universal celestial army and their angelic - military operations { Apocalypse 19:20; 20:10,14,15; 21:8 }.
(e) [ Curtains bordering the courtyard ] { Exodus 38:9-20 }: In a secondary or accessory sense in the stratocosm: symbolize the police and military(?) cosmo – angels ( 7 horns ) { Apocalypse 5:6; Acts 5:17-20; 12:6-11; Numbers 22:31 }; the cosmo – angels of the secret services ( 7 eyes ) {Apocalypse 5:6; Zechariah 3:9; 4:10 }; and the administrative cosmo - angels ( 7 spirits ) { Hebrews 1:14 }.
(f) [ Camp ] { Exodus 33:7; Deuteronomy 23:14; see Apocalypse 20:9 }: (f.1) 1st sense: symbolizes the populations of the planet earth; (f.2) 2nd sense: symbolizes the populations of each planet in the ragalean cosmic region; (f.3) 3rd sense: symbolizes the populations of the universe.
IV. Temple of Solomon { 1Kings 6:1,2,37,38 }.
5. [ Most holy compartment ]: Symbolizes the 3rd heaven ( most holy place / introcosm / central region of the universe ) seat of the central potestative power of the universe { 1Kings 6:16,19-20; 8:45 }.
(a) [ Ark of the covenant ]: Symbolizes the presidency of the universe { 1Kings 6:19,22; Jeremiah 3:16 }; (a.1) Propitiatory: symbolizes the substratum of the three presidential thrones in the universe { Hebrews 9:5; 1Chronicles 28:11 }; (a.2) Shekinah ( kabod, shakan ): symbolizes the throne and the presence of God { Exodus 40:35; 1Kings 8:10-12 }; (a.3) 1st cherub: symbolizes the archangel Michael and his throne as the 1st vice president of the universe { Acts 7:56; 2 orinthians 12:1-4; John 1:3; Colossians 1:16; Ephesians 1:21 }; (a.4) 2nd cherub: symbolizes the ex archangel Gabriel and his former throne of the 2nd vice president of the universe { Ezekiel 28:14 }; (a.5) Ark box: in a secondary or accessory sense, symbolizes the seraphim, the officers of the universal heavenly army and the cherubs of the 3rd heaven { Ezekiel 1:1-18; Apocalypse 4:5; 8:5; 11:19; 16:18; 19:6 }.
(b) [ The two corner cherubs ]: Symbolize the two future archangels, 3rd and 4th vice-presidents of the universe { 1Kings 6:23-28; Isaiah 43:9-12; Zechariah 4:11-14, Apocalypse 11:3-12; 14:6-12 }; (b.1) 1st corner cherub: John Baptist ( Jaquim ) { Matthew 17:10-13 }; (b.2) 2nd corner cherub: Paul of Tarsus ( Boaz ) { Acts 9:15; 1Corinthians 15:9 }.
(c) [ Altar of incense ]: Symbolizes the central government of the universe and the supreme universal court of justice { 1Kings 6:22; 7:48; 2Chronicles 4:19 }; (b.1) The 4 horns of the altar: symbolize the 4 prime ministers of the central government of the universe, also kings - celestial priests and judges of the supreme universal court of justice; (b.2) The altar vat: symbolizes the universal heavenly kings - priests, who are also judges of the supreme universal court of justice.
(d) [ Curtain / veil of the most holy ]: Symbolizes the cherubim of the most holy who exercise instrumental functions ( technical, administrative, scientific, technological, levitic, special military and universal special police ), within the scope of the central government of the universe, the supreme universal court of justice and the universal Melchizedek priesthood { Genesis 14:18; Hebrews 7:11 }.
(e) [ Doors of the most holy compartment 'oracle' ]: have the same meaning as the curtain / veil { 1Kings 6:31-35 }.
6. [ Holy compartment ]: Symbolizes the 2nd heaven ( ergospheric region of the universe / stratotrocosm ), seat of stratocosmic administrations, in their hierarchies { 1Kings 6:29 }.
(a) [ 10 candlesticks ]: Symbolize all gentile churches ( european and global ), autonomous in the context of christian multiplicity { 1Kings 7:49; 2Chronicles 4:7 }.
(a.4) Flames from candlesticks: symbolize the leaders of the churches.
(b) [ 10 tables of the proposition ]: (b.1) Symbolize the material subsistence provided by heaven ( food, clothing, etc… ) to people, groups and populations, even if there are earthly governments { 2 Chronicles 4:8,19; Psalms 78:25; see Apocalypse 13:17 }; (b.2) Define the ethical, moral and normative frameworks of the social, democratic and legal state ( welfare satate, the american dream and scientific communism ).
NOTE 3: The temple door is referred to the same symbolic meaning as the doors of the most holy compartment { 1Kings 6:31-35 }.
7. [ Courtyard of time ]: It has four symbolic meanings { 1Kings 6:36; 2 Chronicles 4:9 }.
(a) [ The two columns of the outer porch ]: In a secondary or accessory sense they symbolize the two future archangels, 3rd and 4th vice-presidents of the universe { 1Kings 7:21,22 }; (a.1) 1st corner cherub: Jaquim ( John Baptist ); (a.2) 2nd corner cherub: Boaz: ( Paul of Tarsus ).
(b) [ Courtyard ]: (b.1) 1st sense: symbolizes the planet earth; (b.2) 2nd sense: symbolizes each planet in the ragalean cosmic region; (b.3) 3rd sense: symbolizes the ragalean cosmic region of sin and reclusion; (b.4) 4th sense: at the epistemological limit it symbolizes the stratocosm where the detachments and camps of the universal celestial army are located.
(c) [ Sea of foundry / purification basin ]: Specific context of tribulations ( crucible / oven ) in which humans of faith are tested, purified and sanctified, candidates for the 3rd heaven as kings - priests and universal celestial judges { 1Kings 7:23-26; 2Chronicles 4:10 }.
(d) [ 10 sinks / basins / holocust mills ]: It symbolizes the contexts in which the demo-angel-descendants of faith are tested, purified and sanctified, as candidates for the 3rd heaven as cherubim of the most holy place { 1Kings 7:27-39; see also Apocalypse 14:20 }.
(e) [ Altar of the holocautes ] { 2Chronicles 4:1 }: (e.1) In a strict sense it symbolizes the detachment of the universal celestial army on each planet in the ragalean cosmic region and its angelic - military operations; (e.2) in an extensive sense symbolizes the universal celestial army and its angelic - military operations; (e.3) The 4 horns symbolize the four seraphim, chiefs of staff of the universal heavenly army { Exodus 27:2; Apocalypse 4:7-9; Zechariah 1:18-21; Isaiah 6:1-5; Ezekiel 1:1-28 }; (e.4) The vat symbolizes the angelic troops of the universal celestial army and their angelic - military operations.
(f) [ Curtains bordering the courtyard ]: Solomon's temple does not include this symbolic element, present in the tabernacle of Moses.
(g) [ Courtyard boundary walls ]: In a secondary sense, in the same symbolic sense as the Jerusalem wall, and the curtains that border the courtyard of Moses' tabernacle, this stratocosm artifact symbolizes: (g.1) Police and military(?) cosmo - angels ( 7 horns ) { Apocalypse 5:6; Acts 5:17-20; 12:6-11; Numbers 22:31 } (g.2) The cosmo - angels security ( 7 eyes ) { Apocalypse 5:6; Zechariah 3:9; 4:10 }; (g.3) The administrative cosmo - angels ( 7 spirits) { Hebrews 1:14 }.
(h) [ Camp ]: Solomon's temple does not include this symbolic space, present in the tabernacle of Moses, filled by the nation of Israel.
( End. Open to correction, investigation and deepening. )

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