The Ineffable Name of God and the Rod of Aaron
A rod which, in the hands of Aaron, the high priest, was endowed with miraculous power during the several plagues that preceded the Exodus. […]
King Josiah, who foresaw the impending national catastrophe, concealed the Ark and its contents and their whereabouts will remain unknown until, in the Messianic age, the prophet Elijah shall reveal them.
The Jewish Encyclopedia, The Rod of Aaron
The above seems to eerily reflect one of the major concerns of the Panacea Society, the concealing of vital information in a box to be opened at a time of a national crisis.
And the temple of God was opened… and there was seen the Ark (Chest or Box) of his Testament (or Will)… And around the Throne were four-and-twenty Elders (Bishops) sitting… And they fall down and cast their crowns (their wisdom) before the Throne — Rev 9:19; 4:10.
Panacea Society leaflet: Crime and Banditry, Distress and Perplexity will increase in England until the bishops open this box [of Joanna Southcott’s channelling]
The Rod, God and the Messiah
According to the Bible, the Rod of Aaron was placed inside the Ark of the Covenant, along with the two tablets of the Law. In the light of our research, it appears much more likely that the two tablets of the Law are in fact the two commandments of the Law rather than the ‘Ten Commandments’, as popularly envisaged.
Various sources state that the Rod had the Ineffable Name of God engraved upon it. When we know the secret of the re-incarnating soul of Jesus as a man, it is clear that as well as being an actual object, the rod is a symbol of the human being who incarnates from the Jesus soul and, through spiritual development, gains exceptional power and protection. Attested to by the following passages from the Bible, which all feature incarnates of the Jesus soul, it is the object:
Jacob crossed the Jordan with
Judah gave to his daughter-in-law, Tamar
Aaron performed wonders before Pharaoh
David took with him when he slew the giant Goliath
Which provides spiritual comfort for the pilgrim on his journey through the valley of death
Referred to by the Prophet Isaiah when he proclaimed: ‘And there shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse’
Created, according to legend, by God on the twilight of the 6th day of Creation, the rod has also been in the possession of: Adam, Abraham, Isaac, Enoch, Joseph, Joshua, Jethro and Pharez, ancestor of David.
David left it to his descendants, and the Davidic kings used it as a sceptre until the destruction of the Temple, when it miraculously disappeared and remained hidden until the birth of Jesus. It is clear that the ‘rod’ is associated with the Messiah:
When the Messiah comes it will be given to him for a scepter in token of his authority over the heathen.
The Midrash Yelamdenu, quoted in the Jewish Encyclopedia
The letters of the Ineffable Name
Aaron’s Rod bore the inscription above: Daled, Zadek, Kaf, Ayin, Daled, Shin, Beth, Aleph, Chet, Beth, the initials of the Hebrew names of the Ten Plagues of Egypt (Exodus 11:1-12:36). This gives us DXC YolDSh VAChV, which can be re-arranged as:
Dvd Schyola X Chv
David Schayola, righteous one, king
There are no vowels in ‘David’ in Old Hebrew while ‘Sh’ can be pronounced ‘Shay/Shy’ in the absence of a vowel (see ShILH as rendering of Shiloh) so we have an anagram indicating that phonetically ‘David Schayola’ is the ineffable name of the righteous or just king or the Messiah. My surname comes from the Hebrew through the German and old English, which renders it as ‘Schaeler’ with a ‘c’. I have seriously lost count of the number of people who have misspelt it over the years in this way.
Giving the last four letters their individual numerical value under Gematria, 2 1 8 2, and applying a bit of visual licence as there is no zero in Hebrew and a digital computer ‘8’ does resemble a ‘0’, another rendering might be David Schyolu 2012. (When placed at the end of a word Zadeq or ‘X’ is pronounced ‘u’, somewhere between our ‘u’ and ‘oo’) or David Shayolu, 2012.
The letters are taken from the Ten Plagues of Egypt. Interestingly, death of the firstborn ‘Makat Bechorot‘ is actually two words. If we take the other initial letter, M, we get my middle initial which stands for ‘Michael’ which like ‘ChV’ is Hebrew for ‘King’.
With this knowledge, the ineffable Name of God becomes:
David M Schayola , the king of righteousness
David M Schayola, righteous chav