THE CREATION PATTERN
Let us now examine this triple-time 1–2–3 pattern that Yahweh follows. We will begin at the beginning—at creation.
In Genesis 1, we read that in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. This creation was based on a three-plus-three pattern of six days, followed by rest on the seventh. On day one He created light. This was not natural light, for the sun and the moon were not created until day four. John 1 tells us this light was Yahshua. On day two He separated the waters so that they were below and above. And on day three He created vegetation, including specifically trees.
Now we get to day four. Here He created the sun to rule the day and the moon to rule the night. In addition, He made the stars. Day five followed with the creation of the birds of the air and the fish of the waters. And then on day six He created the creatures of the earth, as well as man. On day seven He rested.
Do you see the clear 1–2–3, 1–2–3 pattern here? In both cases, the most important creations were on days one and four—light. These two days with the creation of the like elements of light were each the emphasis of the “1” in the 1–2–3 meter pattern. And upon closer examination, we see that the latter three days were a significant repeat of the former three. On days one through three there was:
This was followed on days four through six with:
Light—habitation of the two areas—man (and creatures)
Now for another important matter to note. In truth, the second triple time evidenced here was a higher fulfillment of the first triple time. In Mark 8:24, after Yahshua touched a blind man’s eyes, he saw men “like trees, walking around.” Yahshua touched him a second time and he then saw men clearly. This is the same testimony we see on days three and six—trees and man.
Thus we see that on day two He split the waters, and per a higher dimension on day five He habitated them. Then on day three He made trees, which in the Scriptures are often a type of man, and on day six per that higher dimension He made man.
Do you see the attesting pattern here? Yahweh effects a triple-time 1–2–3, then follows with an attesting higher dimension triple-time 1–2–3. So, what Yahweh accomplished was: 1–2–3, higher dimension 1–2–3. The waltz begins. And what would it mean for it to continue? Even higher dimensions and thereby greater fulfilling works.
Now that we see the 1–2–3 pattern with the fulfilling higher dimension, let us see how Yahweh uses this to effect His kingdom on earth. To understand this, we must examine some other highly revealing seven-part testimonies; but in each case there will be the addition of the eighth part that reverses the curse.
To begin with, this is the pattern Yahweh has given to us in Tabernacles. And very importantly, keep in mind that creation indeed took place in the month of Tabernacles. You will recall that when the sons of Israel came out of Egypt, the first of the year was changed so that Passover marked that beginning. Thus, even as the first heavens and earth were created via Tabernacles, so the new heavens and new earth will be created via Tabernacles. This you will see more clearly as this writing unfolds.
Tabernacles is a seven-and-one pattern. First, there were the seven days of Tabernacles beginning on the fifteenth, immediately followed by the eighth great day of holy convocation on the twenty-second. Having set this forth, let us now go to John 7 and see what specific testimony Yahshua gave to us regarding this feast.
We read here that Yahshua’s brothers urged Him to go to the feast of Tabernacles and reveal Himself. As in the case with Mary at the wedding at Cana, He told them that it was not yet His time. But in verse fourteen, we find that in the middle of the feast He went into the temple and began to teach. What was the middle of the feast? It would have been the fourth day of this seven-day feast. Then in verses 37 and 38 we read that on the eighth great day Yahshua stood and said that out of one’s innermost being would flow rivers of living water. The important thing to note here at this time is that Yahshua revealed Himself on the fourth day of Tabernacles. The eighth day will be addressed later. Let us now look at creation again.
In like comparison with this just-stated Tabernacles pattern, what then took place on the fourth day of creation? The answer—the sun and the moon were created. What are the sun and the moon? We read in Genesis 1:16 that the sun was created to rule the day and the moon was created to rule the night. There is no question that the sun that rules the day speaks of Yahshua, and the moon that rules the night speaks of Satan. We see this in Revelation 12 where the woman who brings forth the male child is clothed in the sun, and the moon is under her feet. Clothed in the sun is to be clothed in the office of Yahshua, the Son of God, and appropriately Satan is placed under her feet.
Thus we see testified that Yahshua and Satan were created on the fourth day. This leaves us with two specific questions that beg to be answered: (1) What does it mean for Yahshua and Satan to be created here on earth, and (2) What exactly was the duration of the fourth day? To answer these, we must examine Yahweh’s work in mankind. We will begin with question two about the fourth day.
We find that, once again, Yahweh works in mankind according to the same Tabernacles seven-and-one pattern. But instead of these being seven standard days, they are seven 1,000-year periods, with the eighth 1,000-year period as well. You will recall that Peter plainly stated that “with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like one day” (2 Peter 3:8). Let us now see how creation’s six-part period evidenced what Yahweh would do in mankind.
To begin with, as we noted in the opening verses of John, in the beginning of mankind, on the first “day,” Light came. Yahshua was the Word of God who created the world and established the Garden of Eden—the original kingdom of heaven on earth. Thus we see that Light was indeed formed on the first day of mankind.
So what was the light that came on the fourth day, in the fourth 1,000-year period of mankind? To answer this, we have to know how Yahweh reckons time and the exact duration of that day. It is therefore necessary that we briefly address Yahweh’s reckoning of a day.
We know from examining Yahweh’s timing of events that He reckons time in Jubilee periods, or actually in Jubilee waiting periods (Leviticus 25:8-10). We have learned, and will readdress here, that Yahweh stacks time. He does this for many reasons, but one reason is because He must labor among man for a legal 49,000 years, forty-nine 1,000-year periods (The Issue – II, page 12), and cannot rest or have Jubilee until its completion. Thus, it is quite significant that not one single Jubilee was ever held in the Bible.
What we find is that in order to avoid these Jubilees, Yahweh stacks time. Upon the completion of forty-nine years towards a Jubilee, on the Jubilee fiftieth year, He stacks the next year, the first year, on it, thereby annulling the Jubilee. This results in the loss of a year. Let us demonstrate this.
First, if there was to be a Jubilee, the years would look like this:
1, 2, 3, . . . 47, 48, 49, 50
The fiftieth year would be Jubilee. And if that continued, it would be the following, with the count starting over after Jubilee:
1, 2, 3, . . . 47, 48, 49, 50, 1, 2, 3, . . . 47, 48, 49, 50
Therefore, in two counts of fulfilled Jubilees, the total number of years would be 100—50 + 50. However, in Yahweh’s ways, as just explained, He stacks the first on the Jubilee fiftieth, as we show here:
2, 3, . . . 47, 48, 49, 50
1, 2, 3, . . . 47, 48,49,
You can see that when the 50 and the 1 overlap, one year in the count is now missing. Instead of this being 100 chronological years, it is now 99. And this holds true for every Jubilee waiting period thereafter. What does this mean for time? It means that in every 1,000 years, twenty years are “lost”—1,000 divided by 50 = 20. Therefore, a legal 1,000-year period is actually 980 years, 2,000 years are 1,960 years, and the highly significant 4,000-year period is 3,920 years. Thus, a legal 4,000-year period is actually 3,920 chronological years.
However, for the sake of accurate dating, let us add an important point. Jubilee is only needed when there is the loss of land and family. As addressed and corroborated in Appendix 10 of The Curse of 1920, Adam and Eve sinned in the seventh year from creation and were removed from the Garden, beginning the need for Jubilee and the Jubilee count. Therefore, to mark time in years from creation, we have to add seven years to our dates. This means that the fourth day would end with year 3927 from creation, or 3920 + 7. Again, you will see the obvious validity and confirmation of this by reading Appendix 10.
Having noted this, we know that Yahshua was born in year 3893 from creation. This certainly is within year 3927 that marks the completion of the fourth day. Also, He was crucified on year 3927, the very last year of the fourth day. Thus we see that Yahshua came to this earth, lived his life, and died all in the fourth day of mankind.
But the question now is: With the Sun that rules the day having been created/come on the fourth day, did He stay? The answer to this is clearly no. Following Yahshua’s resurrection, He was here on this earth for only forty days and went back to heaven. Once again in Revelation 12 concerning the sun-clothed woman, we read regarding the male child she gave birth to: “And she gave birth to a son, a male child, who is to rule all the nations with a rod of iron; and her child was caught up to God and to His throne” (vs. 5).
This is the same message we read in Acts 3:21 concerning Yahshua following His resurrection, “whom heaven must receive until the period of restoration of all things about which God spoke by the mouth of His holy prophets from ancient time.”
Finally, this is precisely what Yahshua said Himself. In John 9:4-5, He stated, “We must work the works of Him who sent Me as long as it is day; night is coming when no one can work. While I am in the world, I am the Light of the world.”
We find clearly stated here precisely what we would expect with the knowledge and understanding we now have—the Light, having come on the fourth day, left, and was replaced by darkness. Therefore, who was the other one created on the fourth day who would rule in this ensuing darkness? Clearly, it was Satan.
Returning to Revelation 12, we see this same truth. In verses 9-10 we read what took place after the male child was caught up to heaven:
And the great dragon was thrown down, the serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.
Then I heard a loud voice in heaven, saying, “Now the salvation, and the power, and the kingdom of our God and the authority of His Christ have come, for the accuser of our brethren has been thrown down, he who accuses them before our God day and night.”
In Exodus 4:2-3, we read an account of one of the signs Moses was to perform that would cause belief. Yahweh in the burning bush asked Moses, “What is in your hand?” “A staff,” he answered. Then Yahweh told him, “Throw it on the ground.” Moses did so, “and it became a serpent; and Moses fled from it.”
What Yahweh had Moses to do so as to cause belief, He fulfilled in the church and on the earth. On the fourth day, Yahweh sent His Son, the Rod of God, to this earth. But He was too early (Matthew 8:29), and Yahweh thereby began the sign that causes belief. Yahshua went back to heaven, and His office was cast down to the earth and became the serpent. Even as the rod was thrown down to the ground and became a serpent in Exodus 14, so Satan, the serpent of old (in the Garden), was thrown down to the earth in Revelation 12. These both speak of the same fulfillment.
Thus, the moon that rules the night that was created on the fourth day with the Sun who rules the day, took his place to rule the darkness that has come for 2,000 years. Regarding this period, Revelation 12:12 goes on to say, “Woe to the earth and the sea, because the devil has come down to you, having great wrath, knowing that he has only a short time”—two days.
So we see that without question the Light of the world was created on this earth not only on the first day with creation, but on the fourth day as well. Laying this out relative to the creation pattern, we see the following, with Yahshua’s comings marked in purple. Again, you will notice the fulfillment of the 1–2–3, 1–2–3 waltz triple-time pattern.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
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