Jeremiah 4:11-12, 22-28 - Yahweh speaking of Judgment Day


[11] At that time it will be said to this people and to Jerusalem: A hot wind comes from me out of the bare heights in the desert toward my poor people, not to winnow or cleanse—[12] a wind too strong for that. Now it is I who speak in judgment against them.

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[22] "For my people are foolish, they do not know me; they are stupid children, they have no understanding. They are skilled in doing evil, but do not know how to do good." [23] I looked on the earth, and lo, it was waste and void; and to the heavens, and they had no light. [24] I looked on the mountains, and lo, they were quaking, and all the hills moved to and fro. [25] I looked, and lo, there was no one at all, and all the birds of the air had fled. [26] I looked, and lo, the fruitful land was a desert, and all its cities were laid in ruins before Yahweh, before his fierce anger.

[27] For thus says Yahweh: The whole land shall be a desolation; yet I will not make a full end. [28] Because of this the earth shall mourn, and the heavens above grow black; for I have spoken, I have purposed; I have not relented nor will I turn back.


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In verses eleven and twelve, the Hebrew word “rū·aḥ” (“ruach”) is repeated, which has been translated as “wind.” Such a translation is just if this were not Yahweh speaking to His sinful people. Because Yahweh is the supreme deity that is all Spiritual, then this word must be read on a spiritual level that speaks of the “souls” – “breaths” of life – that will be removed from these “daughter of my people” (from “bat-‘am·mî,” translated above as “my poor people”). This reference to “daughter” says Yahweh’s true people had left children that were bridesmaids-to-be (as a “daughter”), just as were their parents, who settled Canaan and called that land theirs by Yahweh’s desire. The gift of physical land was a wedding gift to the people whose souls were married to Yahweh. This is not the same (but comparable to) the gift of “breath” to the earth that forms a body of flesh. Each “daughter of Yahweh’s people” had been given a body of flesh at birth – first “breath” – when their souls were freely given as gifts by Yahweh into the material realm. To make a claim to physical land their ancestors – true Israelites – had, as wife-souls of Yahweh was a false claim. Thus, with their souls removed from their bodies (like those daughters of Yahweh’s people would be removed from “Jerusalem”), those “breaths” of life would come stand before Yahweh’s throne, where He would “speak judgments against” those souls. These verses were chosen to be read selectively, prior to the remaining verses: 22 to 28.


In verse twenty-two, words stating: “foolish” (“’ĕ·wîl”), “they have known” (“yā·ḏā·‘ū”), “silly” (“sə·ḵā·lîm”), “them discerning” (“nə·ḇō·w·nîm”), “the wise” (“ḥă·ḵā·mîm”), and “not they have known” (“lō yā·ḏā·‘ū”) all reflect upon human intellect. Human intellect – the Big Brain disease – never leads one to sacrifice self to Yahweh in divine spiritual marriage. Instead, it makes them “fools” who act “silly, trying to “discern” the most profitable path to travel, such that human “wisdom” only leads to acts of evil. They have no spiritual insight that allows “them to know” how good works are done.


In verse twenty-three, Yahweh said through Jeremiah, “I beheld the earth , and lo! without form and empty ; into heavens and no light .” While this makes it appear that Yahweh was the Creator of the universe, making Him be All-Knowledge and All-Powerful, the intent of this verse is to state the metaphor of humanity. The “earth” is the flesh” into which Yahweh breathes a soul, The flesh is incapable of setting its “form,” because it is “void” of life without a soul. All “earth-flesh” is dead, meaning all souls breathed into dead matter are imprisoned in a mortal state of existence, all flesh being bound to die. The metaphor of “light” is the awareness of the truth that allows human souls realize Yahweh is the escape from this prison that always ends in death (while a soul is eternal, coming from Yahweh). The “light” is then the soul of Yahweh’s Son being sent into lost souls that turn to Yahweh in divine marriage. The “light” can only come from Yahweh’s “Spirit” (the metaphor for “heaven”) making that resurrection possible. The “fools” of Jerusalem denied this, which is only capable of being known when one’s soul has married Yahweh. The Big Brain disease blocked the Jews from seeing by this “light.”


Verses twenty-three through twenty-six all begin with Yahweh saying, “I beheld.” Verse twenty-five ends with a samekh, which indicates closure of a thought or series of thoughts. Since verse twenty-one also ended with a samekh, a new series of thoughts was begun in verse twenty-two, ending in verse twenty-six. Four of these verses relate to what Yahweh “saw.” Verse twenty-four then speaks of the “mountains” that “trembled” and the “hills” that “moved back and forth.” Since the ”mountains” and “hills” are elements of the “earth,” they become metaphor for the humans who tower over others (the “hills”) as their kings. For as powerful as those rulers of the “earth” are,” Yahweh “beheld” them “trembling” in fear, when released from their “mountainous” bodies of flesh and stood as naked souls before Yahweh throne for Judgment. The “mountains trembled” because they were the rulers that forced the “hill” to move back and forth,” depending on the latest whims coming from the Big Brains possessed by the kings and their court of thinkers. The ”hills” were seen to always follow those whims of rule, none of which led them to commit their soul to Yahweh in marriage.


Verse twenty-five then speaks that Yahweh “beheld” that there was “no Adam” or “no man” that represented His Son in those “mountains” and “hills.” None of them had that “light” given to them “Spiritually.” When the Hebrew construct “‘ō·wp̄” is translated as “birds,” it misses the truth that “oph” means “flying creatures.” When the spirituality of this message is realized, the “flying creatures” reflect the “elohim” of Creation, or the “angels” that Yahweh has commanded to serve mankind. That service is only for souls married to Yahweh; so, a lack of wife-souls in Yahweh’s name, reborn as His Son, means all the “angels of spirituality have fled.”


Verse twenty-six then sings about Yahweh having “beheld!” the “fruitful land” that was the truth of “Israel” had become a “wilderness.” When “fruitful” means becoming a true “fruit” of the Spiritual vine, the ‘wilderness” says there were no souls in flesh reborn as Adam-Jesus, ministering to the needs of lost souls. This “wilderness” is then described as “all the cities having been broken down in the presence of Yahweh.” That translation misses the intent of “broken down” also meaning “pulled down” (“nathats”) and “in the presence of” actually says “their faces” (“mip·pə·nê”). This then says none of the gathering of people in “cities” (places of “excitement”) would find them wearing the “face of Yahweh,” as the First Commandment (the first vow of divine marriage) states. Without that “face” leading their souls, it having been “pulled down” by royal orders of kings, the places intended to be “fruitful” had fallen into a wasteland of wild grapes. This state of negligence caused “the face [of Yahweh] to show anger in His nostrils.” The ”breath” of life will “face” Judgment when separated from their precious “earth.”


Verse twenty-seven then simply says, “Thus says Yahweh: desolate will be all the earth ; and yet a full end I will not make .” Here, again, the word “earth” (“erets”) is metaphor for “flesh.” The “waste” or “desolation” of the “flesh” simply means that the “flesh” is made of death and bound to return to that state, when the “flesh” can no longer support a “breath” of life (a soul). To then find that the death of the “flesh” “will not make a full end” says the soul that was imprisoned in a body of “earth” still lives, as it is eternal, coming from Yahweh. To “not make a full end” means a soul that has erred and followed the flawed logic of a Big Brain will find it release from an “earthly” prison temporary. The result is reincarnation, where the Judgment of a wayward soul is to return into a body of “earth” and try again. Sadly, those souls who once filled the scope of “mountains” will return as a simple “hill” or plain.


Verse twenty-eight then says that Yahweh – the true King – has made a Law that will not be changed. Human kings use Big Brains to make adjustments to Law, to suit their needs. This gets their souls into a “mountain” of debt that must be paid. Yahweh will make no such adjustments to His Covenant for divine marriage. If a soul agrees to the terms and fully and willingly submits to serve Yahweh forever, He will erase their sins by the Baptism of His Spirit; and, then He will send in the soul of His Son to maintain compliance of that agreement, forever and ever.

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