The Mystery of the Tabernacle – The Book of Revelation
Have you heard of the tabernacle, the most sacred shrine of Jewish worship? It housed the Ark of the Covenant in which the Ten Commandments were stored. While studying the details of how the tabernacle was made, I came across an unusual finding in the lists of the items of treasures used to decorate the structure. Three of the four numerical listings of all the gold and silver treasures were equivalent to the orbital time periods of the heavens. The equivalent of one time period would be coincidence, two would arouse suspicion but three was the game changer. The breaking news story had been concealed by the scribes but they had flaunted the gold and silver numbers to taunt us with the lure of a treasure hunt. It led me to check the tabernacle dimensions for evidence of more time periods.
The tabernacle comprised of a tent and it was surrounded by a perimeter fence. This tent was divided into two chambers. The outer chamber was the holy place where the priests officiated but the inner chamber was reserved exclusively for the Lord. It was the holy of holies and it housed the Ark of the Covenant, God’s throne and two angelic cherubim.
The detective work then began and I investigated the various surface and square areas for evidence of time periods. The first planet is Mercury. Its orbit in days around the sun turned out to be the same number as the square cubits of God’s holy of holies and its furnishings. An instruction was given for Moses to cover the ark with the veil. It proved to be part of the cover up because I found the remaining surface areas in square cubits for that holiest place equated to the number of days in the biblical solar calendar year. The floodgates had opened and soon the numerical equivalents of the orbits of Mars, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn and the lunar month were unveiled from other dimensions of the tabernacle. These were sensational discoveries but it begged the question; what had the sun, moon and stars in the tabernacle got to do with religious ideology?