Overview of the Old Testament Scrolls2020-03-24T19:49:20+00:00

Overview of the Old Testament Scrolls

Amos

The importance of this scroll lies in the distinction it draws between the false Israel and the ...

Esther

In a scroll essential for the understanding of the exalted nature and role of women as the ...

Ezekiel

The scroll of Ezekiel presents the interaction of the Living Light with the earth dimension through the ...

Ezra

The return of Israel to Jerusalem under Ezra represents the sifting of the Divine thoughtforms from the ...

Habakkuk

This scroll relates the testimony of the false priesthood against the teacher of Righteousness, one who embraces ...

Haggai

Written during the building of the second temple, the scroll of Haggai refers to a time of ...

Hosea

This document of Hebrew astronomy and cosmology is suitable for intermediate study, covering in its scope the ...

I Kings

The 32 physical kings of Israel (modeling the 32 chemical elements) are seen as a retrogressive evolution ...

II Kings

Containing a primary text on Merkabah (the vehicle of timespaceconsciousness translation) in the experience of the prophet ...

Isaiah

This monumental scroll has been called the Gospel of the Old Testament, weaving together a massive tapestry ...

Jeremiah

In terms of the astronomy of Kaballah, the scroll reviews the coming of Beings of Light against ...

Job

Considered by scholars to be the most ancient writing in the Bible, the scroll of Job reveals ...

Joel

Excellent for those new to science and/or the Word, the scroll of Joel, in touching on topics ...