Greetings in the name of His & Her Imperial Majesties Qedamawi Haile Sellassie I & Itege Menen Asfaw,
I welcome you all to a new regeneration of cycle Torah readings! This is another one of the many interpretations of the Scriptures from the light of Ras Tafari by, I, Lidj Yefdi (or Yefdeyah). I assure you that if you are patient with me, come with a willing mind and heart(ready to learn), you will receive more than what you might have asked for, in seeking the perspective of a Ras Tafarian’s I-sight (eyesight) into the study of the Scriptures. So, with this Hebrew Shabbot(or Sabbath day) if those who actually open up their Bibles to read in a Jewish/Hebrew cycle of readings, & thoroughly discern, have come to the opening of the Torah portions with Tetẓav(w)eh – תְּצַוֶּה. On the Jewish or Hebraic Calendar in this year 5777, this Sabbath day would probably fall on the 12th – יב, & on the 13th – יג, of the month of Adar – אֲדָר , for this week, in this mode of study; for those out in the diaspora or outside of Jerusalem/Israel. (The Hebrew Calendar corresponds to a Lunar cycle of the Moon) &, from an Ethiopic-Christian perspective, in what may be known as the year 2009/2029/7509, on the Ethiopic calendar. This calculation, with its readings from the Scriptures, would align to the 1st – ፩, & on the 2nd – ፪, of the month of Megâbït – መጋቢት. In the Scriptures, what is also known as Izzäzâchäw – እዘዛቸው. The Ethiopic calendar is solar (with its correspondence to the Sun) aligns to this Sabbath (or Senbet – ሰንበት) in the Ethiopian language of Amharic, which is currently one of the languages of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (the other language being Ge’ez-(ግእዝ).
Exodus 27:20- 30:10
Now, in summation of the study we have in front of us; Moses is told by God that the children of Israel are to complete the construction of a sanctuary in the wilderness. Other instruments and furniture, for the Tabernacle, that would be needed included: olive oil for the lampstand in what would be known as the Holy Place.
[Ex. 27: 20]
Also, in this portion of the study of the Scriptures, the subject deals mostly with the “everlasting flame” of the candlestick.
Olive Oil(oil of anointing ) was to be used for light, including the other furniture
The priesthood is also established in the heritage of the Levites(Hebrew Israelite Tribe of Levi), along with the priestly garments that were to be constructed & worn only when service in the Tabernacle was to be performed.
Moses, by the instruction of God, ordains Aaron, his brother, to become the High Priest, along with his sons and the rest of his descendants. Here, Aaron’s wife, Elisheba, whom was the daughter of Amminadab ben Judah(son of Judah), sister to Nahshon ben Amminadab(son of Amminadab), of the tribe of Judah, became the Matriarch of the Cohanim (priests).
The sacred covering of the Ark of The Covenant, which the Cohanim were to give service to, on behalf of the children of Israel, is called the Kapporeth – כפורת; insomuch as finding out why the picture placed above, is of what might be known as Khepri. I’ll leave it up to anyone who’s curious enough to take look for themselves, to find out more on “Khepri,” and its possible connection to the Kapporeth. I would elaborate more on how linguistics also play a part in the understanding of Scripture, but that’s pretty apparent. Though, it may seem, out of context that there could possibly be more connections of the Hebrew/Jewish thought and practice, to the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries or the traditional Judeo-Christian aspects of this, it meets more points of similarity than most people can see. For example, in Hebrew, the “Holy of Holies” is named as the Kodesh HaKodeshiyim–קֹדֶשׁ הַקֳּדָשִׁים , and semantically similar in the ancient Ge’ez, or old Ethiopic language of the Ethiopian-Jews and Ethiopia entirely, the same is called the Q’edeste Q’ddusan – ቀደስተ ቅዱሳን.
….…the curtains of the outer court of the Tabernacle were to be made of brass(copper), for an enclosure…
The priesthood of the Israelites was also established in the heritage of the Levites (Hebrew Israelite Tribe of Levi), along with the priestly garments that were to be constructed & worn when services in the Tabernacle were conducted.