Mercer (27 May 2011)
"Enoch was concieved, born, and "taken" on the 6 of Sivan"

Today, I was awoken by feeling the Rapture again. I had no dream before or during it. My first dream were I felt the rapture was December 9, 2009. 10 days later I had another dream where I saw evil enter the world. On December 9, 2009. Interestingly, it was the day Obama got his Nobel peace award AND THE BLUE SPIRAL IN NORWAY WAS SEEN. And I have had NO DREAMS since. That is until ths morning. So there were 532 days between me feeling being "pulled up" It was a very physical feeling. Exactly the same as the first "pulling up"

Video of Blue spiral. Please note the time, as it is the time I had my first dream. About 7:15 am. Of GREAT INTEREST my feeling of being "pulled up" was at exactly the same time as in 2009. Very weird timing. If you watch that blue spiral it looks like it opens up a portal......in 2009, 10 days after feeling the rapture I had another dream where I saw evil enter the world.
5+3+2=10.......I wonder if in 10 days from today the Rapture will happen, be soon to happen, or things get even more evil in our world???

I don't know if my dream means anything. But it was very weird to be woken up by being "pulled up" A signal, perhaps, to share with you. And interesting that I had the desire yesterday to listen to the Book of Enoch who was the first to be "Taken by God"
Mercer

The Number Ten

It has been already pointed out that ten is one of the perfect numbers, and signifies the perfection of Divine order, commencing, as it does, an altogether new series of numbers. The first decade is the representative of the whole numeral system, and originates the system of calculation called "decimals," because the whole system of numeration consists of so many tens, of which the first is a type of the whole.

Completeness of order, marking the entire round of anything, is, therefore, the ever-present signification of the number ten. It implies that nothing is wanting; that the number and order are perfect; that the whole cycle is complete.

Noah

Noah completed the antediluvian age in the tenth generation from God.

I had been listening to the Book of Enoch the day before this dream. Enoch was concieved, born, and taken of the 6 Sivan.(Pentecost)
Moses got the Law on 6 Sivan (Pentecost) Moses went up.......God came down .............picture of the rapture

Christ was born and was With US. He died, sent His Holy spirit, and was IN US(Pentecost). He takes his church(like enoch) and will be WIth Us again

Shavuot is a two day festival (one in Israel) it is to celebrate the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. Shavuot falls on the fiftieth day after the beginning of Passover. Click on the Icons to learn more.

 Shavout begins at sundown on June 7, 2011 6 Sivan 5771 May 26, 2012 6 Sivan 5772 May 14, 2013 6 Sivan 5773
So sundown June 7 to sundown June 8 2011 is Shavout

Exodus 19

## Exodus 19 (King James Version)

#### Exodus 19

1In the third month, when the children of Israel were gone forth out of the land of Egypt, the same day came they into the wilderness of Sinai.

THE THIRD MONTH IS SIVAN –JUNE--THE “SAME” DAY IS THE THIRD DAY, WHICH IS TUESDAY.

In 2011 this is June 7, 2011 – at sundown the start of Pentecost. It is a Tuesday. Wednesday is the 8th. Ends sundown on the 9th.

The hebrew letter for Sivan

The Third Month

Sivan is the third of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar. It is the month in

which God descended on Mt. Sinai and gave the Torah to the Jewish people. As noted elsewhere, there are only three months that are referred to ordinally in the Torah in conjunction with the exodus from Egypt: Nisan, Iyar, and Sivan,

In the third month of the exodus from Egypt, they came to the Sinai desert.

A recurring theme is that the giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai is intrinsically linked with the number 3. For instance, the sage’s state,

Blessed is the Merciful one who gave a threefold Torah4 to a threefold people, by the

third, on the third day, in the third month.

In this quote, God is referred to as the “Merciful one.” God’s attribute of mercy is

itself related to the number 3, for it is the third of the seven emotive attributes of the soul

(Corresponding in Kabbalah to Jacob, the third of the three patriarchs, “the pillar of the Torah”).

Letter: Zayin ז

Though Sivan is itself the third month of the year, the letter associated with it in

Sefer Yitzirah (the letter by which God created the month of Sivan in time) is the letter

zayin ( ז), whose numerical value is 7. Both numbers, 3 and 7, are referred to by the sages

as “beloved.” About the third, the sages state, “Forever, the third is beloved”8 and about

the seventh they state, “All sevenths are beloved.” Indeed, the numbers 3 and 7 are

strongly related to one another in Kabbalah, as 3 represents the intellectual realm and 7 the lower, emotive realm.

The connection between 3 and 7 is especially seen in regard to the giving of the

Torah. The Torah, given in Sivan (the third month), was given on Shabbat, the seventh day of the week. According to Rabbi Yossi, that Shabbat was also the seventh day of Sivan. According to the Arizal, the tribe of Zebulun corresponds to the month of Sivan.

ז

Sivan. According to the Arizal, the tribe of Zebulun corresponds to the month of Sivan.

The name Zebulun ( זְבוּלֻן ) begins with the letter zayin ( ז). It is the only zayin in the names of the twelve tribes of Israel.

In terms of its shape, the letter zayin is made up of a letter vav with a crown attached to its head.

ז

This represents the crown that every Jewish soul received at the giving of the the

Torah.12 The value of the word “crown” ( כֶּתֶר ) is 620, and the text of the Ten

Commandments given at Sinai contains exactly 620 letters.

The sages associate the letter zayin with the word “this” ( זֶה ). This word alludes to the  unique nature of Moses’ prophecy,

All the prophets begin their prophecies with the word “So [says the Almighty…]”

above and beyond them is Moses who begins with the word “This [is what the

Almighty says].”

The difference between the prophecies of Moses and all other prophets is compared

to the difference between looking through a transparent pane of glass and looking through an opaque pane of glass.

Moses was born and passed away on the 7th day of

the month of Adar, the 12th month of the year, where 12 is the gematria of “this” ( .(זֶה

The number 7 is also connected with the Torah readings of the month of Sivan.

Every year during Sivan we read parshat Beha’alotcha, the third portion of the Book of Numbers.

In this parshah, there are two verses that are separated from the rest of the text by two

upside down letters nun ( .(נ

When the Ark traveled, Moses would say, “Rise God, and Your enemies shall scatter

before You, and those who hate You shall flee from You.” And when it [the Ark] came

to rest, he would say, “Return God to the multitude of thousands of Israel.”

The sages explain that in effect these two verses are an entirely separate book of the

Torah. According to this reckoning, the text of the Book of Numbers actually contains three separate books of the Torah: the text before these two verses, the two verses, and

the text following the two verses. Thus, the total number of books of the Torah (i.e., the Pentateuch, because it is usually divided into only 5 books, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) is 7!  This division of the Torah is alluded to in the verse, “She carved her pillars, seven.” Note also that the division of the Torah into 5 books alludes to the letter hei ( ה) and the division into 7 books alludes to the letter zayin  ז And, together, these two letters spell the word “this” ( זֶה ), as above.

Mazal: Gemini (Twins)

The Zodiac sign of the twins first and foremost alludes to the two identical Tablets of the Covenant given to Moses at Mt. Sinai.

When a bride and groom attain the highest degree of connection, they are described as twins. The day on which God gave the Torah to the Jewish people is described as a wedding between the two. In the Song of Songs,  God refers to His bride, the Jewish people, as perfect ( תמתי ). The sages read this word as “twin” ( .(תאומתי DOES THIS SOUND A LOT LIKE THE BRIDE OF CHRIST-----THE CHURCH?

The archetypal twins in the Torah are Jacob and Esau. Far from being identical, Jacob and Esau represent spiritual opposites. In every Jew, Jacob represents the good inclination while Esau represents the evil inclination. Nonetheless, through the power of the Torah, given on the month of Sivan, even the relationship between these diametrically opposed twins can be rectified and the two can unite. For this reason, the Torah commands us, “You shall love God with all of your heart.”

The sages explain that “all of your heart” refers to both inclinations. Likewise, between the two Tablets of the Covenant, the right tablet—which contains the first 5 commandments—primarily addresses the good inclination (symbolized by Jacob) and the left tablet—containing the final 5 commandments, beginning with “You shall not murder,” “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not steal”—primarily addresses the evil inclination (symbolized by

Esau).

Tribe: Zebulun

The tribe of Zebulun shared a special bond with the tribe of Isaachar. They were

born one after another to their mother, Leah. In the Land of Israel, they inherited lands

that were adjacent, and temporally, they correspond to the two months Iyar and Sivan

that follow one another. But, the heart of their bond was in their agreement to support

one another. Isaachar was a tribe of scholars who excelled in Torah study. Zebulun was

a tribe of successful merchants and seafarers. They agreed to split their material and

spiritual wealth equally.

As such, we might expect that Isaachar would correspond to the month of Sivan, in

which the Torah was given and Zebulun to the month of Iyar. But, one of the analytic

principles of Kabbalah is that the cause is inherently higher than the effect which it

causes. Since, at the basic level, Zebulun’s willingness to split their material wealth

allowed Isaachar to devote themselves to the Torah, it is Zebulun that corresponds to

Sivan and the giving of the Torah. Zebulun’s material sacrifices are what sustain the

Torah and therefore, in the end the Torah is in their merit.

Indeed, the Arizal explains that the origin of the soul of Zebulun is in the sefirah of

crown, above the sefirah of wisdom, which is the origin of Isaachar’s soul.

This fact further ties the tribe of Zebulun with the month of Sivan. In spite of their

bond with their brethren in Issachar, the Jews of the tribe of Zebulun had to study Torah

for themselves too. Since their soulroot is in crown, the Torah that they were

particularly connected to is also at the level of crown. This is especially relevant to the

giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai, because the particular level revealed then, the Ten

Commandments, is related to the sefirah of crown. As noted, the gematria of crown ( (כתר is 620, the number of letters in the Ten Commandments.

For rest of article: http://www.inner.org/times/sivan/sivan-sefer-yetzirah.pdf

I don't know if my dream means anything. But it was very weird to be woken up by being "pulled up" A signal, perhaps, to share with you. And interesting that I had the desire yesterday to listen to the Book of Enoch who was the first to be "Taken by God"
Mercer