The seven letters constituting the Word JEHOVAH’ are the seven days in a week.
JEHOVAH’ = 7 Letters
YAHWEH’ is made up of six letters. The six letters are the six wings of the hexagram. This means that the Word YAHWEH’ describes the six wings of the Winged Creature – the Hexagram.
YAHWEH’ = 6 Letters
= Six Wings
The seven days in a week are:
The seven days correspond to the Word JEHOVAH’ as follows:
VAH’ = Trinity
JEH = Trinity
This means that Saturday (J), Friday (E), and Thursday (H) constitute a wing.
JEH = Saturday, Friday, Thursday
= 3 Days
Monday (V), Tuesday (A), and Wednesday (H’) constitute the other wing.
VAH’ = Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
= 3 Days
The Seventh Day – Sunday – is the face of God. It is the day of God’s rest.
Sunday = Seventh Day
= the Face of God
= God’ Rest
The six days are wings used for flying. Flying is working. Therefore the six days are for working. But the Seventh Day is for reflection. It is for recollection. It is the day of reason.
Three days form a wing on the right and three days form a wing on the left of Sunday such that a week is an angel with two wings. A week is JEHOVAH’. Therefore the angel with two wings is JEHOVAH’.
JEH = 3 Days
= Wing 1
VAH’ = 3 Days
= Wing 2
Trinity = 3, O = Sunday = 7th Day = 7
Sunday, the Seventh Day, is the reflection of the past six days.
Sunday = Six Days
= Six Wings
= Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
= 7th Day
Six wings = YAHWEH’
Sunday = YAHWEH’
Since Sunday = JEHOVAH’, and JEHOVAH’ = a Week,
JEHOVAH’ = YAHWEH’
= A Week
The hexagram is another way of representing an angel with two wings. The two triangles are two wings of an angel. When these two triangles intersect, they form six smaller triangles, which are the six wings of the hexagram. Small wonder the hexagram was described as a Winged Creature with six wings.
Letter O represents Sunday – the Seventh Day. Since Sunday is the face of God, Letter O is the substitute for the person. It therefore means that a week is a person with two wings. The person with two wings is called an angel.
O = Sunday
The wings are people too. The two wings are two persons, one on the right and the other on the left of the person standing in the middle.
The person standing in the middle O is the Father. This means that Sunday is the Face of God the Father Almighty.
The three persons are the three persons in one God. The angel with two wings is the three persons in one God, and the hexagram is also the three persons in one God. These three persons in one God are collectively called the Blessed Trinity.
A week is represented by the Menorah with seven candles.
The seven candles are the seven days in a week. O is Sunday, the Seventh Day. And the other six days are represented by VAH’ on the right and JEH on the left. This means that the three candles on the right constitute the wing on the right or the person on the right. And the three candles on the left constitute the left wing or the person on the left.
In other words, the Menorah is the Blessed Trinity as well as the Seven Spirits of God. The Seven Spirits of God are the seven days contained in a week. Since a week is JEHOVAH’, the Menorah represents JEHOVAH’.
What binds the Menorah and the Hexagram together is the Word of God – the Scroll.
MENORAH = JEHOVAH’
HEXAGRAM = YAHWEH’
Therefore, the Blessed Trinity is reflected in Judaism as the MENORAH, the HEXAGRAM, and the SCROLL.
We could say that the MENORAH represents the Earth, the HEXAGRAM represents Heaven, and the SCROLL represents the Word uniting Heaven and Earth.
MENORAH (Lamp-stand) = Earth
SCROLL (Lamp) = the Word of GodHEXAGRAM (Light) = Heaven