Is ‘One’ Really One?

Us Westerners for probably 2000 years have believed that one is whole, it is that thing and that alone. This is not what the Ancient Hebrews believed. The believed one thing could be many things and its not as weird as it sounds.

Think about your name in the following sentences… is breathing; is , is short/tall, , is reading etc etc.

If you think about it, none of those things are related, what have ‘breath’, ’23’, ‘tall’, ‘peaceful’, ‘reading’ really got to do with each other? Aren’t they separate and distinct things? They must be, one is a number, one is a function of life, one is a numeral measurement of an object, one is an emotion, the last is a doing action by a human. We could categorise these as being from the nephesh [soul, worldly pursuits], ruach [spirit], neshemah [character]. So what related all of these distinct things? – Well we can living beings, but even non-living beings can age, can have height. At the heart of all things is existence, and Hayah in Hebrew is existence [Yahuvah – he exists].

It is existence that makes things whole, and this is done by uniting many things and making them ‘one’, but one isnt actually ‘one’, rather it is the unity of two or more things.

When people say Yahuvah is love, this isnt telling the whole story, because he is also hate, anger. Yahuvah is good, but he is also evil, bad. The thing that Yahovah does is balance opposing things to create an equilibrium which forms unity.

Iysh [man] and ishshah [woman] are opposites that unite and become ‘one’.

The Hebrew word chud is a riddle, a parable. What has this got to do with unity i hear you cry…

Well a riddle, or parable is used when a story teller presents the story to people, containing language that the listener is aware and familiar with. At the end, there will be a twist. This twist isnt immediately understand by some, others get it immediately. Looking at the ancient pictographs, Chet and Dalet are used. Chet is a tent wall, representing something that separates the tent from the outside [predators, enemies etc]. It has a function of protecting those inside the tent. Dalet is a tent door, so had a similar function, except through the door one could go back and forth. The twist at the end of a riddle can be likened to either being ‘inside the tent – awareness’ or ‘outside the tent – misunderstanding], the door is what allows you to ‘bypass’ the separation of the wall. In fact, because the language is familiar, if one is unaware of the twist, then we could say that when they become aware of the meaning then they are ‘reunited’ [since we’d assume that one should understand familiar language]

This same word is related to echad – unity, in the sense that one may be ‘outside’ – alone, separated, or ‘inside’ – united, together.

This idea will allow you to make sense of many bible verses, for example:

Matthew 13

10The disciples came to him and asked, “Why do you speak to the people in parables?”

11He replied, “The knowledge of the secrets of the kingdom of heaven has been given to you, but not to them.

12Whoever has will be given more, and he will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him. 13This is why I speak to them in parables:
“Though seeing, they do not see; though hearing, they do not hear or understand.

14In them is fulfilled the prophecy of Isaiah:

” ‘You will be ever hearing but never understanding;
you will be ever seeing but never perceiving.
15For this people’s heart has become calloused;
they hardly hear with their ears,
and they have closed their eyes.
Otherwise they might see with their eyes,
hear with their ears,
understand with their hearts
and turn, and I would heal them.

Yahuwshua is saying that the Jews are aware of the familiar language of the Torah, of Yahuvah [received in the ‘world’] AND when they walk through the door into the tent [understand the twist of the parable, riddle], secret knowledge is given. This extra knowledge is abundant to what they already hold. Gentiles on the other hand are unfamiliar with the language-Jewish customs, they are outside and do not know about the ‘so called’ tent, let alone the ‘twist’ of the parable. They are blind and essentially ‘without’ sin, how can they sin [walk a crooked path] if they cannot distinguish good from bad [they cant walk a straight path nor a crooked path – they cannot even see a path in the first place]. The Jews however do know of the straight path, if they chose not to enter the tent through the door, then they have sinned [crooked path, avoided it completely], for they knew how to distinguish good from bad [prophecies etc], they can see the tent but are refusing to use the door to enter it [John 9:41], prefering to see the ways of man than Yahuvah, for if they truly knew Yahuvah, they would know his sign- Yahuwshua. Remember Yahuvah is also Ab/abba [The strong pole that holds the tent]].

Those who arent too familiar with the language [torah] thus having no means to understand the twist lose out [fail to see his message, what they do know about Yahowah can be taken away, if they didnt know anything they then continue in their transgressions further infuriating Yahuvah [they are not fulfilling his purpose], if they know of Yahuvah but not in abundance then the enemy attacks them, putting holes in their ‘firewall’ making it weaker and weaker… [you IT people know what i’m talking bout], which will eventually cause confusion, doubt, worry, continuing iniquities etc [continue reading Matthew 13]. Those outside see and hear the world of men, the enemy and are blind to the Kingdom nor do they recognise it when it is speaking to them.

Ancient Hebrew: ”Oh give me a sign Lord’

Tav in Ancient Pictographs is the picture of a cross, and has the literal meaning of ownership, a covenant [which acts to join two things together].  Further if that doesnt convince you that all Muslims and Jews are following falsehood, and Christians are confused then if you look in Ancient Hebrew, the word for sign is Owt – the root being ALEPH, WAW, TAV.

Remember Waw is a tent peg which is basically a nail [used to secure the tent, hold it upright], so it has the concept of providing security to the tent and its occupants through this additional connection[s]. Note however, that the connection must be added outside the tent. Outside of the tent is where the enemy lies, but to pitch the tent and for people to enter their new home the connection must be made.  Waw also represents number 6, the number of man.

Yahuwshua referred to Yahuvah as ‘father’. As i said earlier, father is ‘Ab’ – the strong leader that holds up the tent, [the tent pole] and where is the tent pole… inside the tent. It was the Abs responsibility to put up the tent for his family, i.e. he has the responsibility of pitching the tent for mankind.

Please read my post on our salvation.

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