TABERNACLES PENTECOST, 2005
ADDING THE NINTH
In September, 2005, Yahweh showed us the highly significant seven-and-one pattern, and how the addition of the eighth reverses the curse of the seven. This was addressed in Hurricane Katrina and the Curse of 1920, page 4. At Trumpets (per the Millennial calendar) Yahweh afforded the incredible means whereby we could intercede for the reverse of the Curse of 1920, as well as for the curse that went all the way back to when the apostles set seven men apart to serve tables. To accomplish this we added two “eights” – Kyle as the eighth to intercede for the Curse of 1920, as well as the eighth to be added to the original seven in Acts 6. This was covered in the Trumpets, 2005 report, which specifically addressed the subject of “Adding the Eighth.”
Then on Atonement, October 25, He showed us the vital truth of this pattern regarding the legal rights to ascend alive. As a result, in addition to the “eights” added at Trumpets, we added an eighth holy convocation by celebrating a Tabernacles Pentecost. There is the holy convocation of Passover and the last day of Unleavened Bread (2), plus Pentecost (1), plus Trumpets and Atonement (2), and the first day of Tabernacles, as well as the eighth day (2). This totals seven, which we have seen is a curse – the mark of the beast. So, to remove the curse, an eighth holy convocation had to be added – the Tabernacles Pentecost. Thus, we held the first ever such feast on December 25-26, which amazingly afforded the testimony of the test of Carmel.
There is no question that the eighth is a very important and essential addition, reversing the curse that comes from the preceding seven. The eighth President, Reagan, was added to reverse the curse that had killed seven Presidents before him. Moses’ eighth trip up Mount Sinai reversed the curse that Yahweh would not go with them. Both mankind and the church have been under the curse of death for 6,000 years, and would remain under that curse for another 1,000 years if Yahweh did not cut those days short and add the eighth, stacking it on the seventh. We have also seen that the eighth is the essential key of David spoken of in Revelation 3:7 and Isaiah 22:22. In the section titled “Even that Barren Give Birth to Seven,” we saw how John the Baptist afforded the like critical addition as the eighth son born to barren women.
You will realize though that adding the critical eighth is relative to the Tabernacles 7–1–1 pattern. And per this unmistakable pattern, let us add yet another clear, revealing, and confirming testimony.
The first three kings of the sons of Israel were Saul, David, and Solomon. Each of these reigned for forty years (Acts 13:21 , 2 Samuel 5:4, and 1 Kings 11:42), for a total of 120 years. In Genesis 6:3 we see that Yahweh assigned man a probationary period of 120 years – “My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, because he also is flesh; therefore his days shall be one hundred and twenty years.” So what critical pattern do we find here within this probationary period per these three kings?
Saul was before the time, or premature. As addressed many times before in these writings, he is a type of Christianity that was equally premature. In this regard, Saul is identified with the mark of the beast 7, the curse; thus, he is the initiating “7” in this 7–1–1 pattern.
We have already seen in Trumpets, 2005, page 1, thatDavid was a clear testimony of adding the eighth. Though 1 Chronicle 2:15 tells us that Jesse had seven sons, in 1 Samuel 16:10-11 David is anointed as the eighth. And when Yahweh addresses the throne of the kings of Israel, He reckons it according to the throne of David, and not according to Saul. Thus we see that David is the first “1” in this pattern – adding the vital eighth and reversing the curse of Saul.
Despite the fact that the throne is reckoned with David, when it came time to build the temple, though he received the promise, all he could do towards its construction was to gather materials for it; but he could not build it. That fulfillment went to Solomon. In the Tabernacles 7–1–1 pattern, Solomon is the final “1,” the fulfilling ninth. The promise was given to David, the eighth, but it was fulfilled by Solomon, the ninth. Thus we see that Saul–David–Solomon are indeed the identical 7–1–1 pattern.
In truth, David represents the first Remnant that receives the promise, but is fulfilled by the second Remnant. This is not so evident in the 7–1–1 pattern, but it is in the 1–7–1 pattern. In truth, the first Remnant, like the first bird of Leviticus 14:1-7 or like David, prepares the way for the second Remnant. Remember, the two patterns speak of the same, only in different orders.
Let us add two more testimonies of this 7–1–1 pattern that are not from the Scriptures; but Yahweh is not bound to a book alone anyway, but lives today and throughout all of history. The first movie with which Yahweh used to teach us when we entered into the Millennial reign was Whale Rider. In it, there were seven who were either contestants or jumped into the water where Koro had thrown the whale’s tooth, affording them the right to lead. The eighth in this contest was the most favored – Hemi – who wore a shirt with the number “8” on it when he lost his rights to continue by sparing with Pai and losing. As his shirt prophetically attested, he was the eighth who was favored to lead; however, he lost that place and it went to the ninth – Pai, who wore the 72, the number of the Remnant. Once again, the favor/promise rests in the eighth, but the fulfillment goes to the ninth.
We see this in the 7–1–1 pattern of the Presidents of the United States as well. While Reagan, the eighth, did indeed reverse the curse of death, he could not receive the place of bringing forth the “temple” testimony – the timing and the testimony of the second Remnant. Second-Remnant-representing George W. Bush, the ninth, evidenced that testimony by defeating Satan-representing Saddam Hussein, and by the second Remnant being formed during his administration. The Bride began in 2000, the very year Bush began his Presidency. Thus we see again that the promise lies with the eighth, who reverses the curse, but it is fulfilled in the ninth.
Looking once again to the Scriptures, their primary testimony being the prophetic, one of the most noteworthy examples of this 7–1–1 pattern is of course Moses and Elijah. Moses had gone up Sinai seven times and was told by Yahweh that He would not go to the land of promise with them. Yahweh repented of this and in Exodus 33:17-23 made a promise that, as we see in 34:5-6, was not fulfilled per Moses’ eighth trip up the mountain. Like David who prepared for the temple construction but could not perform it, so Yahweh only began His promise with Moses; but it was not until Elijah went up the identical mountain that the promise was fulfilled – the like Solomon fulfillment. In 1 Kings 19 Elijah equally fulfilled a forty day fast, ascended up Mount Sinai, stood on the rock with Yahweh, went into the cleft of the rock, Yahweh passed by, and came out of the cave and was told all that Yahweh would perform. Thus we see once again that the promise made per the eighth was fulfilled in the ninth.
And let us not miss the testimony per the barren seven, with Elizabeth (whose name means “God of the seven” or “God of the oath”) giving birth to the curse-reversing eighth – John the Baptist. But, as in the case of every other 7–1–1 pattern, was John the ultimate fulfillment per the offspring of the barren? No! But rather, he, as in every other case, prepared the way for the ninth, the fulfillment – Yahshua! Thus we repeatedly see that the eighth reverses the curse, secures the promise, gathers materials, and prepares the way; but, the ninth is the fulfillment!
So, the question now is – When we carried out the eighth holy convocation at the Tabernacles Pentecost, what were the results? Did we receive the fulfillment of that which was promised, or did we likewise simply secure the promise? And when we added Kyle as the eighth per reversing the Curse of 1920, as well as the eighth per the curse in Acts 6, did we likewise receive the fulfillment of that which was promised, or did we simply secure the promise? The answer, of course, lies in the fact that in both cases it had to have been the promise-securing eighth.
When we approached the Tabernacles Pentecost, we were indeed anticipating the sun and the moon and all the stars, and we did not receive the fulfillment at that time, any more than any of the other “eighth” testimonies did so. So where will the fulfillment lie? Obviously, with the ninth!
Given this fact, some of the more important questions to ask are: How can we receive the ninth? Or even, what is the ninth? And what are some signs that, like David or Moses or John, we have indeed received the promise?
The fulfillment of the ninth would be liken to Solomon becoming king or the beginning of Yahshua’s ministry. It is something that takes time to complete, but it is a beginning. What do we need? We need for Yahweh to confirm the signet ring, to give this man and the Bride authority. We obviously have authority already, or we could not be seeing the things we see and understanding them and being led through these vital intercessions. But we need for Yahweh to perform something overt that clearly attests to others that the Bride is His choice work. If we are going to begin holding all things in common in 2006, then we must receive some form of glory. Something must happen that will set the Bride apart in more ways than just the uniqueness of what we have come to see and understand.
Do I expect to ascend alive? Obviously this must take place for the entire Bride in order for us to enter into the tabernacle made without hands. But for me personally, I would be grateful to just continue to ascend and descend in gaining vital truth and understanding while remaining in this earthly body. This I anticipate. I do believe something needs to take place though that evidences having that signet ring of authority, affirming Yahweh’s sovereign choice. And actually, this leads to one thing that gives me/us hope.
Before our gathering at Montauk, I went out there just to look around. As I walked up a rise that came out at a parking lot, unconsciously my eyes fell on a license plate. I do not look for “signs,” and as you have seen here, actually will resist them when they seem excessive or overreaching. There were other vehicles there, but I was not looking for some sign, and certainly was not looking at tags; but this was put right in my face and was so relevant, I could not deny it.
Here was the plate number.
717 – GN1
At the time, the 717 certainly spoke to me. How is it that one can calculate the number of the beast from the number in Revelation 13:18 – 616? The mark of the beast is “7,” as we have seen testified so many times. Therefore, calculating the number of the beast is quite simple. Going either from the left or from the right, the first two numbers add up to 7. Thus, 6 + 1 = the mark of the beast 7. But in the number 717, we have an entirely different testimony. What is it? The quite familiar testimony of adding the eighth. Thus, 7 + 1 = the reverse of the curse, or 8.
And how about the GN1? Unmistakably, and certainly grabbing my attention in the beginning, GN is of course my initials. The 1 I related to the fact that I lived in unit “1,” where we met for Trumpets, as well as another testimony, but nothing more. When we did not receive that for which we had hoped and anticipated at the Tabernacles Pentecost, seeing this remarkable testimony puzzled me all the more. Plus, the plate was on a black pickup; the same kind of vehicle I drive, and speaks of the black raven. The uniqueness of this was inescapable, and it really puzzled me; that is until Yahweh began showing me what you are learning here about adding the eighth and the ninth.
There are thus two testimonies in this plate – adding the eighth, as well as the ninth. While preparing this writing I realized that having added the eighth man, Kyle, in order to reverse the Curse of 1920, as well as the curse of the seven in Acts 6, of necessity we would now have to add the ninth. I did not know who that ninth person would be, but anticipated it would either be Eric or myself. Then one morning when I awoke, this license tag came to my mind and I recognized that its message was the answer – we added the eighth, the 717, and I was to be the ninth, the GN1.
A second testimony to this that morning was the fact that Kyle is an Elijah to me, and it only seemed fitting that he would be the eighth and prepare the way for me as the ninth. Thus it was clear that I was to be the ninth.
Frankly, this was quite an encouragement to me, for I had wondered many times since how this plate could be so specific and clear, yet nothing seemed to be fulfilled at Montauk as we expected. The plate encouraged me that indeed Yahweh knew what He was doing and He had provided this testimony beforehand.
When I told this to Kyle, and that I was to be added as the ninth, later he called back and told me that Yahweh did that already at Montauk. On Trumpets, I anointed Kyle with oil and laid my hands on him and prayed for him, adding him as the eighth. At Montauk, when I was on the floor at the threshold of the intercessoral court, Yahweh told Kyle to anoint my head with oil. And Before Kyle got up to go do this, Yahweh had told Carroll as well that Kyle was to do this, and just as he was about to go and tell him, Kyle got up and did so.
In obedience to Yahweh, Kyle did for me what I did in obedience for him – he anointed my head with oil and laid hands on me and prayed for me. In truth, I added Kyle as the eighth, and Kyle, under the authority of Yahweh, added me as the fulfilling ninth. And I might add, Mark (as a testimony of redeemed Christianity) came over and likewise laid hands on me and prayed for me. Thus, Yahweh did add the ninth:
717, adding the eighth; plus GN1, adding this man as the ninth!
With myself being added as the ninth, we see once again that Kyle, the eighth, had prepared my way. Of course this pattern is clearly attested wherein John the Baptist, the eighth-born from barren women, prepared the way for the ninth-born Yahshua. But this man only stands in the place of Yahshua, the X; and while I entered the place of the ninth, the testimony of the barren women tells us that it belongs to Him, to whom this man will most gladly yield.
But there is yet another critical ninth that is still to be added – the ninth holy convocation. The fact that we are seeing evidenced that Yahweh has already added the ninth man, even without our awareness at the time, is an encouragement that He will fulfill the greater and surely more fulfilling ninth – that for which we had hoped when we gathered together for the eighth holy convocation, the Tabernacles Pentecost.
At Trumpets we added the eighth man, and at Tabernacles Pentecost we gathered to add the eighth holy convocation. But at the Tabernacles Pentecost Yahweh added the ninth man, and we trust He will equally add or fulfill the ninth holy convocation.
One of the most compelling testimonies that we will receive this ninth holy convocation fulfillment, is simply that Yahweh has revealed this truth to us and has thus far fulfilled the pattern. Just the mere fact that He is leading us on this journey, gives us hope that He will finish it. What He has done since August when this man moved to Salem has been amazing, not to mention all that He has performed in the last five years per the strong messenger work. And it continues to be a seamless garment of truth that He is laying out. What are the possibilities that:
This unfolding of consistent attesting truth and fulfillment can only be by divine order and provision. Clearly, we are seeing Yahweh’s hand at work. This gives us hope that He will complete what He has begun.
Another hope we have from recent events is the testimony regarding the eighteen. We noted in the announcement prior to the Tabernacles Pentecost that Montauk has the testimony of – “The beginning, the end.” Why? Because Montauk, Missouri, was named after Montauk, Long Island, which possess this notoriety per being on the tip of Long Island.
Montauk, Missouri, has the testimony of being the beginning of the Current River, which starts at “seven springs” there in the park, producing an average of 50 million gallons of water a day.
Why do we note this? Because we have hope that this first ever Tabernacles Pentecost is both the beginning and the end of the promise of this Pentecost. When Yahweh ordained that eighteen people be here, it afforded the promise of a beginning, including the hope of Bruce’s highly attesting odometer reading of 48,450. The promise is that if Yahweh provided the eighteen, He will equally provide the 450. It is only a matter of time. And, it would seem that that fulfillment would be per adding the ninth holy convocation.
When could Yahweh add the ninth holy convocation? We will have to wait and see. He added the ninth man without our awareness, and we will have to see when He will bring this fulfillment. In talking with Eric though, there is hope that the ninth could be Purim, the next feast that follows a Tabernacles Pentecost.
I cannot go into all that is being evidenced right now, but there is hope for the months of February and March, 2006. February 14-15 marks the tenth year since my Georgia experience wherein I became a Jonah. The year, 2006, is also the like anniversary wherein Yahweh added 76 years and had mercy (Cursed Time and Blessed Time, 1920 and 1996). There are numerous testimonies regarding the number “ten,” including Yahweh turning back time ten steps for Hezekiah, or even more recently the Pittsburg Steelers winning the Super Bowl in 2006, after losing it in 1996 as well. In ’96 they scored 17 points, the number of victory; but that victory was a promise that would be fulfilled ten years later.
Personally, I hope that these years since Georgia mark the completion of ten years in the belly of a whale, even in a cocoon. I pray it is time for this culminating metamorphosis, a change that will be consistent with the promise of adding the ninth. I hope that Yahweh will perform another “sign of Jonah.” In first Remnant Matthew, twice Yahshua said that there will be no sign but the sign of Jonah (12:39 “the prophet”, 16:4). In Christianity Mark, He strictly says that “no sign” will be shown to them, period (8:12). And in second Remnant Luke He once again says that there will be no sign but the sign of Jonah (11:29).
And might we note here as well that Yahweh’s revelation of the truth of the Curse of 1920, came because a man from Stone Mountain, Georgia, sent me an e-mail asking a question. Stone Mountain is where I went east of Atlanta in 1996 and as a Jonah watched for Yahweh’s wrath, but it did not come. Thus the revelation of the Curse of 1920 even has a link back to my Jonah experience, which gives me hope for today.
Also concerning February 14-15, in January Kyle, Eric, and I began an intercession that was to last for forty days, and it just so happened that that intercession ends February 14-15. Let us now look at the month of March.
According to the Jewish calendar, March 14-15 is the Feast of Purim. This is very noteworthy in that if one follows the same pattern in 2004 when Yahweh added twenty-one days from July 4, and then July 25 was like September 25, affording the Contract on Atonement, then one could equally conclude that December 25 would find its fulfillment on March 15. (December 25, plus twenty-one days, leads to January 15, which would be like March 15.) This of course adds hope that Purim would indeed be the ninth holy convocation. However, per the Millennial calendar, Purim is March 29-30. We will watch and see.
March 14-15 also marks the third year since my wife moved our furniture out one evening when I took my son to a practice. I came home to find that the furniture I had moved so many times with my family, was now being removed from our home by others. That was a very distressing feeling, much like the feeling I had when our home was robed – like being raped! But in this case, I had to watch it take place.
And like the three-year drought called for by Elijah, or the three-year drought David experienced because of Saul (2 Samuel 21), I have experienced my own three year drought – not being able to drink from my own cistern (Proverbs 5:15-19). Frankly, this has been a drought that could well have destroyed me, even as Paul so clearly warned in 1 Corinthians 7:1-5 – “lest Satan tempt you because of your lack of self-control.” This is especially true during times of great pain. By Yahweh’s grace I have survived this drought, but I hope that March 14-15 will mark the end of my own three-year drought as well.
So much more could have been written in this report. There were many notes and points that were considered that would have brought light on related matters, such as the hope and testimony that the “eighth” is the raven, and the “ninth” is the dove.
Purim, on March 29-30, is also the fiftieth sabbath from the last sabbath of the previous year, making it a Pentecost at a new level – a Jubilee of sabbaths.
There is also the significance of the number “18.” For example, in second Remnant Luke 13 we find the 18 on whom the tower of Siloam fell and were killed, and Siloam is the Millennial reign. Then six verses later a woman who for 18 years had had a sickness caused by a spirit that caused her to be doubled over, was healed by Yahshua.
Then in Solomon’s temple there were two pillars named Jachin and Boaz. They were 18 cubits high, as recorded in 1 Kings 7:15; but as yet another Bible contradiction, they were 35 cubits high in 2 Chronicles 3:15. The one on the right was named Jachin, and the one on the left was named Boaz. Equally, the strong messenger had feet “like pillars of fire” (Revelation 10:1), and the one on the right was on the sea and the one on the left on the land. Knowing what we do about the strong messenger, do we not see the same testimony when we learn that the right pillar, Jachin, means “He will establish,” and the left pillar, Boaz, means “quickness,” reminiscent of that which the messenger swore – “there shall be delay no longer”?
Or we could address the continuing truth that by adding the ninth holy convocation, there yet remains the addition of the tenth, which brings us back to the beginning feast – Passover. The sequence begins with “1,” and ends back at the same place, but at a higher level – 10. This is much like music scales that begin at “doe” and end at “doe.” This conclusion of the tenth holy convocation back at Passover affords further evidence that Purim is indeed the ninth holy convocation. We could also point out that Purim has the testimony of a double Pentecost – the 500 and 300 killed in Susa, corresponding to the 3,000 and 5,000 in Acts 2:41 and 4:4.
We have already spoken here about the waters that come from under the threshold of the Millennial temple and pass under the eastern gate. These are the waters from beneath. And, we have spoken of the rain that comes after Elijah’s servant saw the cloud as small as a man’s palm, and then went up Carmel the ninth time. These are the waters that come from heaven, the same waters that were poured out on Rizpah after sitting on the rock while guarding the covenant parts. Considering the attesting flood in Genesis 7:11, both of these waters can be expected today – “all the fountains of the great deep burst open, and the floodgates of the sky were opened.” This anticipation is confirmed in Genesis 49:22-26.
“Joseph is a fruitful bough,
A fruitful bough by a spring;
Its branches run over a wall.
The archers bitterly attacked him,
And shot at him and harassed him;
But his bow remained firm,
And his arms were agile,
From the hands of the Mighty One of Jacob
(From there is the Shepherd, the Stone of Israel),
From the God of your father who helps you,
And by the Almighty who blesses you
With blessings of heaven above,
Blessings of the deep that lies beneath,
Blessings of the breasts and of the womb.
The blessings of your father
Have surpassed the blessings of my ancestors
Up to the utmost bound of the everlasting hills;
May they be on the head of Joseph,
And on the crown of the head of the Nazirite among his brothers.”
Bring these waters, oh Yahweh – from beneath and above!
Yes, there were many other side issues that could have been addressed; but the fact is, we need Yahweh to perform a work on our behalf, and that is what counts at this point. Everything else is mute, aside from Him effecting that which He alone can perform.
Add the ninth, oh Yahweh!
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