The 10th of August the moon is veiled; hidden. The
11th of August is Elul 1. (Hebrew calender) and there is a new moon.
Might we expect the veiled moon to be symbolic of the hidden bride,
the rapture of the bride, when se suddenly disappears?
That's an interesting thought. The bride is veiled when she goes to her wedding to meet her bridegroom. We read from Genesis 24:65 when Rebecca (a type of Bride) sees Isac (a type of Christ) and takes a veil and covers herself.
"for she had said to the servant, “Who is this man walking in the field to meet us?”
The servant said, “It is my master.” So she took a veil and covered herself."
The moon is a symbol of the Bride; could the moon be veiled when the Bride is raptured to her heavenly wedding.
In Song of Songs 6:10 we read about the Bride:
"Who is she who looks forth as the morning,
Fair as the moon,
Clear as the sun,
Awesome as an army with banners?"
can see now the Bride. Is it a full moon when the wedding is over and
the bride takes away her veil and the wedding supper starts? When
Shulamite (the Bride) returns from the wedding without a veil and all
can look upon her.
The guests of the wedding supper are calling:
"Return, return, O Shulamite;
Return, return, that we may look upon you"
Do we need to wait for longer; or do we finally see our Bridegroom King tomorrow, after tomorrow...or RoshHaShana?