Hebrew Roots Research by Lew White
were discovered in the 1920's.
Were they mentioned
In Scripture 4000 years before they were discovered?
The concept has a Hebrew word for it.
What do these Hebrew words
Yahuah used them as He spoke with Ayub (Job).
Is it likely He was referring to
or rather the of
THE QUESTION YOU'VE GOTTA ASK YOURSELF:
Did Yahuah create
the lights in the heavens
in order for mankind to interpret their arrangements as being living creatures,
or is that what He says drove the nations mad, being drunk on the wine from the
golden cup of abominations in the hand of the harlot (Babel)?
In the 16th century, Copernicus was just figuring out that the Earth
orbited the sun (heliocentricity).
In the 17th century, Galileo proved this
and was almost burned at the stake for it, but recanted and died under house
arrest as a heretic.
The Renaissance helped, but things remained somewhat pathetic.
17th century astronomy
The English translations, particularly the
KJV, were done in the context of
16th & 17th century astronomical knowledge.
Every version since that time has been influenced by that level of knowledge.
Knowledge is increasing, and the next printing of the BYNV will reflect
the meanings of the Hebrew words you are learning about here. Whatever you may
be using, change the text at Ayub (Job) 9 & 38 to reflect this understanding,
and you see what Yahuah was really saying to Ayub.
KINDLE version BYNV:
YashaYahu / Isa 55:8, 9:
"'For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways,'
'For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your
ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts.'"
This Hebrew word is commonly spelled EISH, begins with the letter ayin and
literally means fire. Tradition translates it Arcturus, the Bear. Since the
translating of the Septuagint, everyone has guessed about the word.
I submit it refers to much more than a specific constellation such as the Bear. It is all starlight, or mazzaloth. The concordances admit the
meaning of MAZZAROTH and MAZZALOTH could "perhaps" refer to constellations
- but would Yahuah want us to relate in any way to the host of heaven
(zodiac, zoo) the Nimrod World Order designed?
If "The Bear" has anything to tell us, we are better off not listening.
Since Yahuah is speaking in immense terms of things beyond the limits of human
understanding about the heavens, it could be a term for
since it shares in the sound of the Hebrew word for fire - AISH.
Any form of light in the ancient world was associated with the one thing
commonly known to give off light:
The word EISH begins with an ayin, and AISH begins with an alef. Ashahal
means fire of Alahim, Eshahal means made by Alahim. All that can be seen
that was made by Yahuah in the skies gives off light. The context sheds
light on the meaning when we read Yahuah's question to Ayub, do you lead
(38:31). So, there's more than one of these lights, and they're moving.
The whole sky turns, and Yahuah is asking Ayub if he can lead the entire span of
the lights in the sky, not just a single group thought to be associated with a
If that "bear" has a message to tell us, it is definitely nothing Yahuah told us
FROZEN IN BABEL'S MATRIX?
KESIL: The abstract definition of this word can be folly, as in being incomprehensible, or beyond reason.
The unknowable expanse of the kosmos
is more likely the idea, since it is unreachable, immeasurable, and certainly
unable to be navigated. If you were floating out there, you'd understand the
term folly very well. A realm with no gravity or air, and extending into
infinity is my best description for this Hebrew word. It gives a tangible
meaning to the concept of folly. I recommend the term infinity.
The literal Hebrew meaning is cluster, and very likely refers to a cluster of
stars since the context is about the heavens. Tradition renders it the
because that is a cluster of stars. I submit it should be translated galactic
host. At Ayub 38:31 the term KIMAH is associated with having bands
and this could be the arms of a galaxy, or the gravity which binds its
A plural term for all the lights; the sun, moon, stars, nebulae, and galaxies
Here is a translation by ISR, which uses the Hebrew words rather than the
traditional words first encountered in the Geneva Version, and subsequent
(which is shared by the Geneva Version's interpretation of the Latin Vulgate). The traditional words appear in
Job / Ayub 9:7-9:
". . who commands the sun, and it does not rise; and He seals up the stars,
stretching out the heavens by Himself, and treading upon the waves of the sea;
who made AISH
(mistranslated Arcturus / the Bear),
(mistranslated Orion, representing the archer, Nimrod),
(mistranslated the Pleiades),
and the rooms of the south; . . "
Following the KJV, the ISR version
as the Bear, and the Hebrew word
Job / Ayub 38:31-33:
"Do you bind the bands of KIMAH or loosen the cords of KESIL? Do you bring out
in its season? Or do you lead
with its sons
Do you know the laws of the heavens?
Or do you set their rule over the earth?"
Surely the laws of the heavens Yahuah is speaking of do not pertain to
horoscopes, animal patterns, or their rule over mankind, the means by which Babel's Zodiac has deceived the nations. Yahuah never has anything good to say
about the "host of heaven," only warnings to have nothing to do with them. There
is no Scripture from which to teach the message of deliverance using the
framework of the Queen of Heaven (Babel). There is no white magic, or form of
Astrology that applies to the message of deliverance - people are
being led into false reasoning when taught about a virgin (or a woman) in a
constellation that applies to Miryam, or Yisharal. The twelve stars associated
with the crown of the woman in the book of Revelation 12 are not about a
constellation, but rather the nation of Yisharal headed by the twelve tribes. In
Scripture, stars are often referring to messengers. The tribes of
Yisharal are carrying the message, or BESORAH, having received the Living Words
of the everlasting Covenant (see Acts 7:38). A passage in Ayub (Job) 38 asks him
if he can bring forth the mazzaroth (sun, moon, and stars). Yahuah is not asking
Ayub if he can lead Orion as most translations render the term.
The Hebrew word KESIL can mean folly and may also mean "burly,
There is nothing more immense than infinity.
could refer to the unfathomable panorama of the sky itself. Translators have
interpreted and passed-down their opinions in our English for centuries.
Orion and the Pleiades are words seen in Scripture translations, but only due to
men influenced by ideas about the heavens and what little was known about the
heavens in the time period they studied. All that was known pertained to
the Zodiac, so that's the approach they embraced. Zodiac is from the Greek for
animals, a zoo.
The Best Word Candidate For Galaxy
Consider the word KIMAH; it means a cluster, herd, or group.
Realizing Yahuah spoke of something located in the skies, what would immediately
pop into their heads hundreds of years ago? It would have been the Zodiac, and
elements pertaining to it. The Pleiades seemed a logical choice, although so
very tiny it should seem obvious to us now that Yahuah would not want to
illustrate His great power by using a hazy, tiny patch in the night sky.
He was speaking in immense, broad strokes, contrasting His abilities with those
The context at Ayub chapters 9 & 38 help in understanding the words Yahuah uses
as He speaks to Ayub pertaining to the awesomeness of His wonders. His Words
should not be understood in the context of the queen of heaven's constellations
as so many have done. The words mazzaroth, kimah, kesil, and eish have been
rendered by translators as constellations, the Pleiades, Orion (Nimrod!), the
Bear / Arcturus. The mazzaroth is simply a collective plural for ALL the lights,
the sun, moon, and stars, and should not be associated with the Zodiac
(zoo-animals thought to live in the sky) - that's the wine of the harlot, that
drove the nations mad. The "Pleiades" is mistranslated from the word KIMAH,
meaning "cluster." Yahuah is talking very, very large here, and not likely
making reference to any single, puny item such as a small bunch of lights we
call the Pleiades; His thoughts are very, very high up. He's
referring to GALAXIES, which are clusters, and they are everywhere.
Galaxies weren't even discovered until the 1920's,
as they were thought to be clouds or nebulae until them. The word KESIL
can mean folly, but in this context it refers to the immense expanse itself,
or un-comprehendible space.
To make these terms take on specific constellations is the folly, and I would
add, the abomination. Translators not having Yahusha's Ruach in them made use of
(men's teachings) that was stored in their wineskins (hearts). To have the Mind
of Yahusha, these texts take on a completely different understanding. His
thoughts are higher than ours, for sure.
He described galaxies over 4,000 years before they were discovered by mankind.
The Hebrew word that best defines our word for galaxy or galactic host:
Some have written books explaining the constellations of Babel depict the
gospel. If there is Scripture that explains how Babel's constellations show us
the redemption plan for the world, bring them forth. If not, I'll have to stick
with the redemptive shadows of the festivals that clearly illustrate the plan,
without any mysterious blending with the wine of Babel, which drove the nations
mad and drunken from her golden cup of abominations (the Zodiac, zoo, heavenly
A better English translation:
Job / Ayub 9:7-9: ". . who commands the sun, and it does not rise; and He seals up the stars, stretching out the shamayim by Himself, and treading upon the waves of the sea; who made AISH (starlight), KESIL (infinity), and KIMAH (galactic host), and the rooms of the south; . . "
THE CLERGY "INAUGURATES" THE LEADERS OF NATIONS
They are still inaugurating leaders, and even the word augur refers to
interpreting the flight of birds as a means of predicting outcomes.
The funny staff held by religious leaders is the same wand held by
We must stop referring to things as if there has been no increase in
understanding (Dan 12:4). When we are willing to stop thinking in terms of the
Matrix (the dream-like state of mind caused by the wine of Babel), we will
awaken to Yahuah's reality.
Come out of her, My people! (Rev 18:4)
The Torah (instruction) is not in the sky:
"For this command which I am commanding you today, it is not too hard for you, nor is it far off.
It is not in the shamayim, to say, 'Who shall ascend into the shamayim for us, and bring it to us, and cause us to hear it, so that we do it?'" Dt. 30:11-13 (BYNV)
The ancient source of all sorcery is Babel's worship of the host of heaven (constellations). Babel is the mother of harlots.
The living animals or zoo / zodiac are being explained by many Christian and Natsarim / Hebrew Roots teachers as indicators of the return of Yahusha.
These imaginary dreams are distractions, and we must stand firm on the foundation of Yahuah's Word and not be carried away by the delusions we hear being taught.
Ez. 8 shows how enraged Yahuah was over seeing the animals of the pagans drawn on the walls of His Temple.
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And the children of Yisharal shall guard the Shabath, to observe the Shabath
throughout their generations as an everlasting covenant. Between Me and the
children of Yisharal it is
forever. For in six days
Yahuah made the heavens and the earth, and on the seventh day He rested and was
Ex / Shemoth 31:16, 17 (Sun-day, the "day of the Sun" is not the Shabath;
that change was made by emperor Constantine, a worshipper of the sun deity,
sign? A constellation, or Shabath?
Host Of The Heavens,
The Old Religion Of Babel
Mazzaroth is the Hebrew word referring to the sun, moon, and stars.
It can also refer to the Zodiac, zoo beasts thought to be living in the skies
and influencing mankind.
The host of the heavens are the way of the gentiles (YirmeYahu / Jeremiah 10), and are THE SOURCE OF ALL SORCERY.
The harlot woman of Revelation 17 & 18 is the old religion of Babel, and is the worship of the host of heaven, through which all the nations have been deceived. This is a culture of rebellion and witchcraft, concerning which we are commanded, Come out of her My people!
It is the apostasy Stephen spoke of to the Sanhedrin, Acts 7:42, spoken about at
Yekezqel / Ezekiel 8, as well as in the Covenant 10 Commandments, among many
other texts. Some Natsarim teachers are falling for this deceptive, old pattern
of wickedness from Babel. There is perhaps no single pattern or way that
could enrage our Creator more than to deceive His elect with these signs and
2Th 2:9-12: "The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of
Satan, with all power and
signs and wonders of falsehood,
and with all deceit of unrighteousness in those perishing, because they did not
receive the love of the Truth, in order for them to be saved. And for this
sends them a working of delusion,
for them to believe the falsehood, in order that all should be judged who did
not believe the Truth, but have delighted in the unrighteousness."
Yahuah will send the delusion,
as this text also says:
Acts 7:42: "So Alahim turned and
gave them up to worship the host of the heaven,
as it has been written in the book of the Prophets, 'Did you bring slaughtered
beasts and offerings to Me during forty years in the wilderness, O house of Yisharal?'"
There is no Scripture from which to teach the message of deliverance using the
framework of the Queen of Heaven (Babel). There is no "white magic", or form of
Astrology that applies to the message of deliverance.
People are being led into false reasoning when taught about a
virgin in a constellation. The quote in Ayub (Job) is asking him if he can
bring forth the sun, moon, and stars: Yahuah is not asking Ayub if he can bring
forth Orion as most translations render the term. The Hebrew word "KESIL" means
"burly, colossal, immense", so "immensity" might even refer to the whole
panarama of the heavens themselves. Translators have interpreted and passed-down
their opinions in our English for centuries. The
BYNV restores a fresh look at texts
like this, without filtering ideas through old ideas. Orion is not in Scripture,
neither is the Pleiades; that word means a cluster, herd, or group.
If there is Scripture that we all need to have that explains how Babel's
constellations show us the redemption plan for the world, bring them. If not,
I'll have to stick with the redemptive shadows of the festivals that clearly
give us the plan, without any mysterious blending of the wine of Babel, which
drove the nations mad, and drunk from her golden cup of abominations (the
Zodiac, zoo, heavenly beasts).
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