Shade (hue) Man.
If not understood from its exact and specific intent through the language of creation, the Hebrew language, the consequences are no less then devastating. What must be solidified within each soul that claims to be chosen of Yahweh, is what in fact the Kingdom of Yahweh represents and as important, how to properly ascertain its representation. If you have read any of the other works this writer has offered then you may be accustomed to the idea that nothing is as it initially seems when it comes to the Hebrew language and its intent. In order to understand the mysteries contained within the language itself, one must go much deeper than a cursory review of the Scriptures. To state it simply, the entirety of the Scriptures is on its surface, a unified parable. A cohesive parable that was intended to keep more souls away from truth then to draw them into the truth. Say what? Let’s let Yahshua explain it to us: “Then the disciples came to him [Yahshua], and asked, ‘Why do you speak to them [the multitude] in parables?’ He answered, and said, ‘Because it has been given to you [chosen souls] to know the great secrets of the Kingdom of Yahweh, but to them it has not been given. For whoever has, more will be given to him, and he will have abundantly, but whoever has not, even what he has will be taken away. This is why I [“Yahweh saves’] speak to them in parables, because seeing they do not see, and hearing they do not hear, nor do they understand.’’’ (Mattithyah 13:10-13) And in Mark 4:10-12, “But when he [Yahshua] was alone, those around him with the twelve asked him about the parable. And he said to them, ‘Unto you it has been given to know the great secrets of the Kingdom of Yahweh, but to those on the outside, all things come in parables. So that seeing they may see but not perceive, and hearing they may hear, but not understand; unless at any time they should be converted, and their sins be forgiven them.’’’
From Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, one extensive parable is offered, both drawing in and keeping out. Let’s look at the specific Hebrew word for parable:
mashal (maw-shawl), “superiority (in mental action), have rule”; Strong’s #4912
And so we see that Hebrew terms and their definitions reveal Kingdom intent and reveal hidden mysteries, as this very work has set out to do. This section could aptly be titled “No Such Thing As Human,” for a very specific reason. A reason that can only be illuminated through a perfect understanding of the intent of written Hebrew words. We start at Genesis 1:26 – “I [Yahweh] will make man in My image, according to My likeness.” Let’s take a closer look at this verse and reveal the mysteries:
“I will make man in My image, according to My likeness.”