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Shabbat 15/12/5989 (8th Mar 2012) Study Rev 8-11/KJV App. 1Enoch (source:


First Sphere Seraphim Cherubim Ophanim (Thrones/Wheels) Second Sphere Thrones (Gr. thronos) Dominions (Gr. kuriotes) Principalities (Gr. arche) Third Sphere Powers (Gr. exousia) Archangels Angels The 4 Horses of war/peace in Zech. 6 & Rev.6 Ones (Seraphim) Cherubim 1st Sphere: Burning

Kether Chayoth ha-Qadesh Seraphim (Holy Living Creatures) Chokmah Ophanim (Wheels) Cherubim Binah Aralim (Mighty Ones) Thrones Chesed Chasmalim Dominations Geburah Seraphim Powers (Flaming Serpents) Tiphareth Melekim (Kings) Virtues Netzach Elohim (Thrones) Principalities Hod Beni Elohim Archangels Yesod Kerubim (Cherubs) Angels Malkuth Eshim (Flames) Souls of the Redeemed Ruach haEmit (Spirit of Truth).
The Zoa or 'Ophanim' has a class called the Opanniel. They are described as mind blowingly awesome creatures having 16 faces, 100 wings, 2191 eyes on each of it's 4 sides, totalling 8766 eyes (one for each hour in a year). Only the Patriach Enoch wrote about them, as no human form could look upon one without being consumed instantly. It would take 2500 years to traverse it's length by foot (200 000 miles tall) and nothing can calculate the amplitude of its power except the King of Kings, YHWH himself. Again, the Zoa are said to have 72 huge saphire stones in their garments, and one giant emerald on each crown. Their countenances are as brilliant as the sun, and dwell in unapproachable pavilions of light, and the brilliance of YHWH's Shakinah Glory is upon them (see Rev 4:6) Opposite the throne of glory are creatures called 'The Watchers'. They are the ministers of heaven, more noble and greater than any of the angels, and will be and are responsible for ministering judgment on earth (see Isa 13). Each of their names are written with a pen of fire upon each of their crowns, as sparks and lightenings stream out from them. A river of holy flame flows among them, and ignites the stones of fire that blaze around God's holy presence. Myriads of angels bathe in this light in order to beatify and purify their garments..(Rev.16:15)

The four horses are the four spirits of heaven that go into all the earth (Zech 6:5). "When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, Come! I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth." (Rev 6:7-8) This courier from Heaven brings the Great Tribulation to Earth. He implements the horrible destruction of around 2 billion people (25% of Earths population). He uses Gods four deadly judgments sword, famine, plague and wild beasts to accomplish the slaughter. Notice how God used these deadly judgments upon ancient Israel: "For this is what the Sovereign Lord says: How much worse will it be when I send against Jerusalem my four dreadful judgmentssword and famine and wild beasts and plagueto kill its men and their animals!" ~ Ezekiel 14:21. A casual review of the Old Testament proves that God sends these four deadly judgments on when His patience with them produced no redemptive effect. When we reach a point of no return, God sends overwhelming destruction to deal with the runaway locomotive of degeneracy. (Leviticus 26, Deuteronomy 32, Ezekiel 14). There is silence in heaven for half-an hour (Rev.8:1), as contemplation of the wrath of Yahweh is poured out onto the earth after the 7th seal is broken. We can only begin to imagine the dread, and perhaps mourning of all heaven, also the anticipation and preparation there is in heaven of the resurrection of the righteous, and finally, His coming Kingdom on the earth for 1 perfect generation (1000 years). In these warnings, we see all demonic powers let loose (9:5), with people not being able to die for five months. Ken Peters (an evangelist) saw this would be after the 1st Resurrection. Again, we have six warning blasts, the seventh we read about in chapter 11. We can read about the 7 angels which stand before Yahweh (8:2&16:1) in the book of 1Enoch 20, they are ~ Uriel, one of the holy angels, who is over the world and over Tartarus. Raphael, one of the holy angels, who is over the spirits of men. Raguel, one of the holy angels who takes vengeance on the world of the luminaries. Michael, one of the holy angels, to wit, he that is set over the best part of mankind and over chaos. Saraqael, one of the holy angels, who is set over the spirits, who sin in the spirit. Gabriel, one of the holy angels, who is over Paradise and the serpents and the Cherubim. Remiel, one of the holy angels, whom God set over those who rise. By their heavenly dominions described here, we can identify each one to the seven trumpet warnings/plagues of revelation.



weather conditions causing great destruction on the earth and in the sea a great mountain of fire causing much death & pouring out a vial upon the sea warning of a great star falling from heaven, also scorching men with fire causing a shaking and darkening of the governing heavenly bodies

(8:7&16:4) (8:8&16:3) (8:10&16:8) (8:12&16:10)


opening the bottomless pit, sores upon men who worshipped the beast Setting loose 4 fallen angels leading 200million; making way for eastern kings Pouring his vial into the air, and kingdoms of the world become The LORDs

(9:1&16:2) (9:14&16:12) (11:15&16:17)

After the six trumpet warnings (Michael does not sound the seventh until later; Dan12:1), YahChanan is commanded to EAT the book ~ more prophetic language for when Michael sounds his warning (10:7), just after the ministry of the two witnesses which lasts 1260 days. This ministry is also known as the second woe (11:14). Shaul Ephraim of Yeshurun International had a dream of a worldwide earthquake while he was still in Islam, and was prompted to accept Yahshua as Messiah. The seven trumpets sound shortly thereafter, and the people on earth will be shaken awake by this event. It will be different than anything previous, because it will be felt all around the world. It will be accompanied by noises, thunder and lightning. This earthquake marks the beginning of the Great Tribulation. Within a few weeks after the first worldwide earthquake the first four trumpets will sound in quick succession.. THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS GIVES US THE FRAMEWORK IN FINDING THE MEANING OF REVELATION'S TRUMPETS

The Feast of Tabernacles becomes the ultimate oneness of meeting with God to tabernacle / dwell with YHWH for eternity, thus the absolute necessity to pursue holiness.
The feast of Trumpets is observed on the first day of the seventh biblical month. Now the first day of every month is begun with the blowing of the shofars (rams horn) or trumpets. The unique difference of the seventh month is in the realization that this is the month containing the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) when the High Priest went in before the ark of the covenant. All were to search the hearts and consecrate themselves to YHWH in preparation for this solemn feast day (Lev 23), which represented the final judgment. One goat is slaughtered for the sin offering, and the other is set free into the wilderness, or driven off a cliff. It is called the scape goat, and represents satan, as it is written, all sin will be ascribed to satan (azazel) Leviticus 16:8-10, and he will be bound for 1000 years, then put into the Lake of Fire. In Revelation we have seven trumpets blown consecutively, not all together. And when the seventh trumpet blows, in chapter 11, we see the inner door into the Most Holy of Heaven opened and we see the ark, while the 24 elders declare that the time of judgment has come. It seems very likely that the blowing of the seven trumpets in Revelation correspond to the blowing of trumpets at the 7th New Moon (Rosh Chodesh) festival in the Old Testament. Each new moon trumpet blowing was understood as a day of judgment in miniature, which warned people to prepare for the final judgment ushered in by the Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah), and the 10 days of awe that followed. When the seventh trumpet blew, it was to announce the Day of Atonement was at hand. In like manner, the trumpets in Revelation each have a warning function. When the seventh trumpet is sounded (Rev. 11:18) the judgment is announced and the ark of the covenant is seen

YEAR OF JUBILEE The bride has prepared herself, becoming pure & holy for her bridegroom. for the marriage of the Lamb has come and His bride has made herself ready." Revelation 19:7 The Jubilee Year is when EVERYTHING that belongs to the LORD will be returned:
First, the shofar (rams horn) was to be blown at the end of the Feast of Atonement / Yom Kippur to announce that the Jubilee Year had commenced Lev. 25:9. Second, all hired workers were to be set free Lev. 25:39-54. This was unconditional liberty. All bond-slaves were released even if the Jubilee Year came before the completion of their six years of service. Third, all land was to be returned to its original owner Lev. 25:13, 23-28. The Jubilee Year, initiated at the close of the Feast of Atonement, looks to the restoration of Israel by the Messiah, and to the resulting messianic Kingdom of peace. In Messiahs glorious day, Israel will return to the Lord and, subsequently, will no longer be bond slaves of the nations, but the redeemed servants of the Living God. Israels oppression will be ended! When Messiah comes, He will break the chains of Israels oppression. But this deliverance will come only when the nation has first repented of her sin. The nation must repent (Feast of Atonement / Yom Kippur) before the shofar will sound the release of her captivity (the Jubilee Year). Daniel prophesied that a Gentile oppression would become unbelievably severe at the end of this age. A wicked Gentile ruler will arise and he shall exalt and magnify himself above every god, shall speak blasphemies against the God of gods Dan. 11:36. This ruler will bring terrible persecution upon Israel: A time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation, even to that time. And at that time your people shall be delivered Dan. 12:1. When Messiah comes, the great shofar will be blown, and the exiles of Israel will be re-gathered to their land. So it shall be in that day: The great trumpet / shofar will be blown; They will come, who are about to perish in the land of Assyria, and they who are outcasts in the land of Egypt, and shall worship the Lord in the holy mount at Jerusalem Isaiah 27:13.

In that day, satan will be banished (Ezek. 28:2,8,13-19), and the rebellion of wicked men will be crushed Ps.2:9. In that day, the sons of Israel shall trust in the name of the LORD (Zeph.3:12) and walk in the name of ( I AM THAT I AM) Forever and Ever Micah 4:5. And in that day Messiah shall establish the throne of David and the messianic Kingdom even forever Isaiah 9:7.