Sunday, 26 December 2010

Abba said YOEL

I had just finished writing to a blessed one and Abba said 'YOEL' and it is the Hebrew from of JOEL the name of a minor Jewish prophet. YOEL means GOD IS WILLING or the LORD IS GOD. [1] When he spoke YOEL it sounded like YULE.....

The first time I was taken to the YOEL prophecies was back in 2006 when I was writing an article for an eclipse and that is when the journey with Israel began. The first section of JOEL was given and interpreted at that time.

It is written that YOEL wrote with a vivid and impassioned style, with a precision and originality of thought that served as a quarry for subsequent prophetic building stones were to be hewn. There was also a drought and a disaster in Israel just like there as been this year. He also spoke of the judgement of the last days of the end times that would come if people do not return. [2]

There can be no dispute that the nations mentioned in Joel 3 are certainly being judged for what the people have done to his inheritance. The chapter finishes that the LORD dwells in ZION and in actual fact, the word ZION as nothing to do with the land of Israel, Israel means struggle with God and ZION is the complete opposite. In other words, the trials are upon those that struggle with God not those that have become one with him.

The most influential text on the struggle with God is the Hindu Gita and the word ZION can also be found in sanscrit.

The bible also tells you that this one was born in ZION in Psalm 87 it tells the people that God loves ZION more than Israel.

This One Was Born in ZION - Psalm 87

Psalm 87 is an interesting Psalm if you bear in mind that Israel is the land of Jacob and God loves ZION more than Israel. The Psalm also mentions Philistia and Tyre (Lebanon) and the nations and how the LORD will write in the register of the peoples. 
"He has set his foundation on the holy mountain; the LORD loves the gates of Zion more than all the dwellings of Jacob. Glorious things are said of you,  O city of God: Selah "I will record Rahab and Babylon among those who acknowledge me—Philistia too, and Tyre, along with Cush and will say,
'This one was born in Zion.'

" Indeed, of Zion it will be said, "This one and that one were born in her, and the Most High himself will establish her." The LORD will write in the register of the peoples:  
"This one was born in Zion."  Selah

As they make music they will sing, "All my fountains are in you."

Originally YULE was celebrated from late December to early January and the next eclipse is coming on the 4th of January 2010. Yule was a 12 day festival, the number 12 is also significant in Hebrew philosophy and in Christianity the number of Apostles. However, there is a very different story about the Messiah that has not been shared with humanity. The Dead Sea Scrolls do disclose it, and once again, the ancient texts have evidence that blows blind Christian belief out of the water. 

This new revelation in DSS was revealed to me the other day, and in hindsight, I know that the spiritual Jews knew of it when I was sent to Israel.

Going back to the yule, it is written that one of the Yule rituals was when the Holly King dies and the OAK King is born, it signifies the move from the dark times of the year to the times of light. 

No coincidence then that the OAK is a very strong and big tree, it is associated with ABRAHAM and little acorns of love grow into OAK trees. Some years ago, I received a lovely meditation on the acorns of love. I can see the overlap of all the different cultures and philosophies, how there is more to unite the people, then divide them, if and when they are willing to move across the different energetic frontiers. 

Last year Abba called me ABE and there is an English song called 'ABE, ABE, ABE my Son'. Abe is the shortform for Abraham and it means 'Father of a mighty nation'. The song was sung in music halls and my Father used to sing it at parties.

Now Prophet Isaiah predicted that when we build the new holy city of enlightenment, a new strong nation will grow from it.

May the will of God be done.


Onwards and upwards




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