The Seven Trees

למען.יראו.וידעו.וישימו.וישכילו.יחדו.כי.יד־.יהוה.עשתה.זאת.וקדוש.ישראל.בראה. "I will plant in the wilderness the ARAZ, the SHATAH, and the HADAS, and the GHATS SHAMAN; I will set in the wilderness plain BAROSH, THADAHR and the THA'ASHOR together so that they will see, and they will know, and they will consider, and they will understand together that the hand of YA'OH did this, and the holy one of Ya'ohsharal, He created it" (Yashai-Ya'oh [Isaiah] 41:19-20).

Here's another two verses of scripture no one in the churches, and no one in the black hebrew israelite christian camps, ever talk about. In fact, here is a WHOLE chapter in Yashai-Ya'oh (Isaiah) that no one ever talks about. That's ok though. It's not their job to explain and to break this chapter down. It's mine.

Seven different species of trees are going to be planted in a "wilderness," all of them TOGETHER, and this is going to be an event of such magnitude, and of such intrigue, that people will see that it must be the hand of YA'OH at work.

Are these literal trees? No. There would be nothing really spectacular about seeing different kinds of literal trees planted in the same area. The trees are symbolic and represent the 12 tribes of Ya'ohsharal plus the tribe of Loay (Levi) which makes 13 tribes total. The number 13 cannot be evenly divided by the number seven, which means you can only have six pairs plus one solo:

2 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 13

It's simple math. There's your first clue.

The ARAZ (ארז) is the cedar tree. This tree represents two tribes. The SHATAH (שטה) is the acacia tree. This tree represents two tribes. The HADAS (הדס) is the myrtle tree. This tree represents two tribes. The GHATS SHAMAN (עץ שמן) is the oil tree. This tree represents one tribe. The oil tree has to be the set apart tribe of anointed priests. No brainer here. The BAROSH (ברוש) is the fir tree. This tree represents two tribes. The THADAHR (תדהר) is the pine tree. This tree represents two tribes. The THA'ASHOR (תאשור) is the box tree. This tree represents two tribes.

Look closely at the above pattern and tell me you do not see a holy manorah with its six branches extending to the left (three on one side) and to the right (three on one side) of a set apart lampstand in the middle. There's your second clue.

What is a holy manorah doing in a wilderness? Doesn't it belong inside the tabernacle? Yes it does (Leviticus 24:1-4). Wasn't the tabernacle set up in a wilderness in the days of Mashah (Moses)? Yes it was (Exodus 40:17-18).

Does the symbolism of Yashai-Ya'oh 41:19-20 mean that a remnant of the 12 tribes plus Loay is going to be gathered out of Amerikkka where they were shipped during slavery and be planted in a second wilderness where they will rebuild the tabernacle for YA'OH, be restored as a nation, and where they will make the new covenant?

Yes, that is exactly what it means (Yashai-Ya'oh 4:6; Yaram-Ya'oh 31:1-2). The seven women in Yashai-Ya'oh (Isaiah) chapter 4 are not literal women. That chapter is not talking about polygyny among humans at all. It is talking about the 12 tribes plus Loay, 13 tribes organized into seven assemblies. They will come together, a remnant of them, and they will cling to one man, YA'OH, in the wilderness, and they will rebuild His tabernacle.

Just imagine what people will think when they SEE this happen with their own eyes. All these endless debates online on social media platforms about a phony and utterly nonsensical ISUBGay 12 tribes chart, none of it matters because the true tribes will be the ones who do Yashai-Ya'oh 41:19-20. The one who is Above All will reveal His true people, the work of His hands, because they will be the only ones who fulfill this prophecy about seven trees being planted in the wilderness.

Where is this second wilderness? Follow His name.

His name is YA'OH
Always has been. Always will be. #EXODUS2023

The Seven Trees