Lamentations Secrets Revealed

An Allegory of the Crescent New Moon



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Lamentations 1:1-11

Each word was carefully researched in Strong's Exhaustive Concordance. While no doubt errors may exist the evidence remains consistent within the lunar New Moon theme.

Lamentations 1:1
How does a place, once exalted and guarded by a watch post, continue to endure, desolate and solitary, having once been exceedingly important and the master of time? Now she has become as a dim and hidden beacon, discarded and forsaken, while great in size, this mighty processor of time, still arises majestically and round. She is the queen of heaven and ruler, having dominion and jurisdiction to strive as at law and plead her cause of existence. How has she become a burden to refuse?

Lamentations 1:2
She weeps and mourns in the night. She weeps concerning the Most High. Among all who delighted in her, she has no one now to comfort or console her. All her companions who had protected and guarded her rule have acted covertly and deceitfully with her rule of time and have become covetous, longing for the ways of her enemies.

Lamentations 1:3
Her power has gone into captivity because the defilement [of her wards] increased abundantly. In bondage, she quietly endures and tarries among the heathen, and delivers no rest. All her adversaries pursue her among the high places.

Lamentations 1:4
Her manner is like that of the archers bow. Zion [mountain of time], the conspicuous, monumental guiding way mark and sign viewed from afar, the superintendent of the temple services and permanent overseer. She is a bright object at a distance traveling continually to the most distant point of view. Mourn; because none attend or keep holy the solemn appointed times of assembly, or will be taught or directed in her certain quarters or positions that clarify Sabbath days. All the gate keepers, or those acting as gate keepers, have grown numb and stupefied; they have now become easily amazed and astonished. Her priests and officiating officers mourn and groan over her in sorrow for her afflicted situation.

Lamentations 1:5
Her adversary, a small pebble in comparison, yet oppressive, is chief captain of the foe, who has secured success because Yahuwah has allowed affliction by reason of the abundance of rebellion and sin of her children who were also carried away into bondage by the oppressive adversary.

Lamentations 1:6
It will be born out in the end, by the appointed Zion [Yahuwah's Holy Mountain of time as beaconed by the "full" New Moon], the conspicuous, guiding pillar, way mark and sign, which is also the superintendent of the Temple services and remains permanently the overseer. All her glory and honor has been removed [temporarily], her keepers and stewards have become like rams or deer [unlike sheep they are independent] that will find no pasture (truth) to feed upon and no shepherd [prophet] to lead them. They will be pursued without the power or substance to resist the power of the pursuer, who will put them to flight.

Lamentations 1:7
Israel remembered and recounted in the days of her affliction and destitution, all the precious things that were greatly beloved, which were from the days of old before they were overthrown as a people and fell under the dominion and power of the adversary, when none protected or came to the aid of their monumental beacon, way mark and sign. The adversary, who is nothing more than a small pebble in comparison, gazed upon their predicament; mocked and scorned against Zion (the crescent New Moon) and her Sabbaths.

Lamentations 1:8
Israel committed offensive sin [against Yahuwah] and therefore has been shaken out and exiled. All that had once honored her now despise her because they have seen her disgrace, her shame and her emptiness. Moreover, she mourns as she returns along a path previously traversed and continues to be denied [exalting the Yahuwah's true calendation of] time, while facing west.

Lamentations 1:9
Religious impurity and uncleanness encompass her like the hem of a skirt. She considers not her future posterity, so because of this she was cast down and her light went out metaphorically, therefore, she has no comforter. O Yahuwah, Elohiym, discern my misery, surely the adversary is greatly boastful and lifted up.

Lamentations 1:10
The adversary as a small pebble in comparison has increased his power against the Most High and over every beloved and precious thing. Now behold the heathen have invaded and overrun the appointed and consecrated holy things that you commanded to allow not to enter into the company of the congregation for the purpose of adulterating the assembly.

Lamentations 1:11
All her people have become overshadowed and huddle together in mourning. They beseech you in prayer to be fed again [with truth], that they may be restored. Your people gave up your beloved and precious truths, [and even] denying their conscience. Discern, O Yahuwah, and regard with favor again, for we have become [miserable, poor, blind and naked], utterly shaken and profusely worthless like a vile prodigal.




Kerrie L. French
Freelance Writer/Illustrator
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