Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Deciphering the Pyramid Text

by Elyah Israel

The Great Giza Pyramid is referenced several times in the Hebrew Bible: Psalms 118, Jeremiah 32:18-20 and Isaiah 19:19 and 20. This fascinating structure has captivated the minds of many and is known as "the Bible in Stone." Like the Hebrew Bible, the Great Giza Pyramid speaks to us in the language of mathematics. And like the Hebrew Bible, Christ is the central theme.

Isaiah 19:19 and 20 is known as the Pyramid Text. The Pyramid Text consists of 27 Hebrew words and 126 Hebrew letters. The gematria of the Pyramid Text is 5,449, which is the height in inches of the Great Giza Pyramid.

I became curious as to whether there existed an ELS (equidistance letter sequence) code in the Pyramid Text. ELS Codes are proof that the Holy Bible is an inspired Text. Yahweh, via the hands of unwitting scribes, embedded His Signature into the Holy Writ.

The Great Giza Pyramid is also known as the "Pillar of Enoch," and is purported to have been built by the Great Patriarch. There exists much misinformation regarding the Great Pyramid and its purpose. The Pyramids were not tombs; rather, they were used by the Egyptian Mystery Schools for purposes of initiation. The Great Giza Pyramid also serves to stabilize the Planet Earth which has a wobble in its rotation. There are a number of strategically placed pyramids spanning the Globe which were so placed expressly for this purpose.

The ELS Code within the Pyramid Text starts with the final Heh in LaYahweh (" Yahweh..."). There are 6 letters in the code, spaced at 21-letter intervals. The six letters are Heh, Gimel, Daleth, Yod, Vav, and Meem Final. These six letters form the phrase:
ha Gad Yom
"The Good Fortune of the Day."

This code conforms to the overall subject matter of Isaiah 19, which is the Divine Judgment of an oppressive Egypt. The "good fortune" is that Yahweh will send a Moshia' and a leader to deliver the oppressed in Egypt.

The Name of Yahweh appears four times in the Pyramid Text. One of the Attributes found in the Pyramid Text is Yahweh Tzevaoth. Yahweh Tzevaoth is defined as He Who is Sovereign over all the hosts (powers) that exist in heaven and on earth. One of the first places we find the designation, Lord of Hosts, used is when Hannah prays,
"O'Lord of Hosts, if You will look at the affliction of Your servant." (I Samuel 1:11)

Elyah Israel is an author, visionary and the founder of CHRIST
CONSCIOUS CENTRE. CCC is a ministry devoted to the research, and
developement of the Inner Christ -the True Realization of GOD in
ourselves. Elyah publishes books, articles, and essays dedicated to
espousing the Gospel of the Inner Teaching.

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