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This . . . (bears witness to) . . .
the bread which cometh down out of heaven,
that a man may eat thereof, and not die.
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The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner:
this is the Lord's doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes.
 
As the eye focuses upon the cube at the head of the center corner, it is also drawn towards the periphery by a series of concentric dalets -- doors d -- each of which is the basis for formation of overlaying Crown Diamond displays. A city facilitates the interweaving of lives, even as this diagram demonstrates an interweaving of mathematical dynamics.
Its walls salvation and its gates praise, Yahrushaliem is the city of hwhy, the Great King:
YHWH, The Giver y of Life h and the Sustainer w of Life h,
the Father, Yah; the Mother, Wah:
the Jealous
One.
Descending from heaven upon us and within us, Yahrushaliem also invokes the name of King David: dwd, which means "door united to door" and signifies the joining of the human heart with the Divine Heart.
This union of hearts is the mystery of the Bridal Chamber, wherein Yahushúa, the heavenly Projection of Yah, the Father, impregnates the virgin of the human heart, begetting, first, the holy child that walked in the name of Y'Shúa, first of many brethren, who are known in these latter days by many names.
The Projection of Yah is called Yahushúa-- literally, "the Salvation of Yah."
Yahushúa is the name of the Angel of the Presence--YHWH's Spirit, which the Father projects unto the throne hidden within every human soul: each, in its order.
Walking in the ancient name Yahushúa, the name Moses/hcm (the mirror-image of HaShem/mch) called the man Y'Shúa to serve in his tent in days of old. Today, HaShem calls each of us to enter into the heavenly names by which we are known, from the beginning.
 
Hear, O Yisrael, YHWH our God is one YHWH.
YHWH Blesses you and keeps you.
YHWH makes His faces to shine upon you and is gracious unto you
YHWH lifts up His expressions within you and gives you peace.
Shalom.
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