Sukkoth: Consciously Healing Pain and Choosing Joy

Because to love sometimes means being a warrior that nothing can move and that stand in the SACRED POWER – and no darkness can penetrate – we hold this planet IN THE LIGHT ,,,,stomp your intent into the ground… OUR PLANET…. IN THE LIGHT…grounding the light of the Highest Source…now..we the warrior of the light reclaim this planet now…oh yes….OH YEAH…ground those high source energy grids baby. ~ Katie Gallanti

Great Sukkoth InGathering of All Species – the “season of our joy.”

The Theory:

This is not about RELIGION.Interpret this event as non-sectarian and universal – as the Great Sukkoth InGathering of  ALL species coming together.

We’ve entered the Gateway Home to our Families where our Family Seals will be renewed consciously.  The Families are gathering on the 25th of October, 2016 to celebrate the last day of Great Sukkoth InGathering .  And it feels very fluid as we process and reconcile the last 26,000 years.

Although Sukkoth is considered a Jewish Holiday I’m using it symbolically for what’s spiritually going on – for all of us. 

Here’s the story about Consciously Healing Pain and Choosing Joy –  God’s miraculous forgiveness, care and sustenance:

The Israelites called their exodus out of Egyptian slavery, Succoth  (Exodus 12:37; Numbers 33: 5,6) when they wondered in the wilderness for 40 years. The first place they camped was also called “Succoth” (Genesis 33:17).

When the Jews left Egypt and began wandering in the barren desert, they were unarmed, unprotected, and left vulnerable to the elements of wind, cold, bandits and animals.

Since they were constantly traveling, God instructed them to build flimsy, temporary booths, called Sukkah, which meant woven – “That your generations may know that I made the children of Israel to dwell in booths, when I brought them out of the land of Egypt: I am Yahweh your God” (Lev.23:43).

According to John J. Parsons:

After this period of teshuvah (repentance), Moses descended the mountain and gave instructions regarding the building of God’s Sukkah (called the Mishkan [Tabernacle]). According to Jewish tradition, the material for the Mishkan was collected during the days before Sukkot (though the Tabernacle itself was not actually assembled until Nisan 1 (Exodus 40:2)). Later King Solomon is said to have dedicated the Temple during the festival of Sukkot (1 Kings 8:2,65).

The holiday of Sukkot represents a time of renewed fellowship with God, remembering His sheltering provision and care for us as we travel in the desert, surrounded the Clouds of Glory… In practical terms, the festival is celebrated for eight days (i.e., from Tishri 15- 22) during which we are commanded to “dwell” in a sukkah – a structure of temporary construction – with a roof covering (schach) of branches, bamboo, etc.
God’s care and sustenance
The sukkah itself symbolizes our dependence upon God’s care and sustenance. We eat meals in the sukkah and recite a special blessing (leshev Ba-Sukkah) at this time.sukkah-2
The Great Fall Harvest Sukkot is the conclusion of the Jewish fall holidays and the last of the three Shelosh Regalim [the three annual pilgrimage festivals: Pesach (Passover), Shavuot (Pentacost), and Sukkot (Deut. 16:16)]. It is interesting to compare the use of words relating to simchah [joy] in the description of these three festivals.
Regarding Pesach, the word simchah does not appear at all (Deut. 17:1-8); regarding Shavuot, it appears only once (Deut. 17:11); but, regarding Sukkot, simchah appears several times: You shall keep the Feast of Sukkot seven days, when you have gathered in the produce… You shall rejoice in your feast… because the LORD your God will bless you in all your produce and in all the work of your hands, so that you will be altogether joyful. (Deuteronomy 16:13-15)
In fact, in ancient Israel, the joy of Sukkot was so great that it became known simply as “The Feast.” Later it was known as z’man simchateinu (Wtex’ !m;z>), the “season of our joy.” It was a time of many sacrifices (Numbers 29) and a time when (on Sabbatical years) the Torah would be read aloud to the people (Deut. 31:10-13).
From an agricultural perspective in ancient Israel, Pesach [Passover] corresponded to the planting season, Shavuot [Pentecost] corresponded to the grain harvest, and Sukkot corresponded to the fruit harvest.
When you planted your crops in spring, you do not yet rejoice because you were uncertain about how the harvest will turn out. And when you harvested your grain at the start of summer, you might have rejoiced that you now had bread in hand, but you would still be uncertain about the success of your fruit crops.

Forgiveness and Joy

Total joy would come after you had harvested all of your crops in the Fall, and thereby received sustenance and provision for the coming year from the LORD.
For this reason, Sukkot is sometimes referred to as Chag Ha-asif, or the Feast of Ingathering.
From a spiritual perspective, Sukkot corresponds to the joy of knowing your sins were forgiven (during Yom Kippur), and also recalls God’s miraculous provision and care after the deliverance from bondage in Egypt (Lev. 23:43).
Prophetically, Sukkot anticipates the coming kingdom of Yeshua the Messiah wherein all the nations shall come up to Jerusalem to worship the LORD during the festival (see Zech. 14:16). Today Sukkot is a time to remember God’s sheltering presence and provision for us for the start of the New Year.
In light of the work of Yeshua as our Kohen Gadol (high priest) of the New Covenant, we now have access to the Heavenly Temple of God (Heb. 4:16). We are now members of the greater Temple of His body; we are now part of His great Sukkah!

Sukkot in the Scriptures

In Biblical times, Sukkot was considered the most important of all the holidays, referred to simply as “the Festival” (1 Kings 12:32). It was a time of many sacrifices (Numbers 29:12-40) and a time when (on Sabbatical years) the Torah would be read aloud to the people (Deuteronomy 31:10-13). It is one of the three required festivals of the LORD (Exod. 23:14; Deut. 16:16).
The Torah commands three things regarding the festival of Sukkot:
1. To gather the “four species” (Leviticus 23:40) – Taurus – the Bull, Leo – Feline, Scorpio – Eagle/Bird Tribe, Aquarius – Man
2. To rejoice before the LORD (Deuteronomy 16:13-14; Leviticus 23:40)
3. To live in a sukkah (Leviticus 23:42)

It feels very fluid as we process and reconcile the last 26,000 years.  Everywhere there are signs that indicate we’ve entered a Gateway Home to our Families – for the Family Seal Renewal Great Sukkot InGathering culminating on the 25th of October, 2016.

The Divine SOUL AWAKENING that is occurring on the planet surpasses anything imaginable. May the God Most High be with you ALL.

Ascension Timeline and the Golden Age of the Universal Human Family and New Worlds Universal Federation.

On November 11, 2016 with the Signing and Sealing of the Universal Human Family and New Worlds Universal Federation Treaty (Universal Treaty) in Antarctica an Ascension Timeline was finally anchored.  The Ascension Timeline supports human’s in their Ascension process and allows them to enter the Golden Age of the divine Universal Human Family and New Worlds Universal Federation.

The dark forces and the negative spell of energy which they cast around Earth no longer exist on the current Ascension Timeline.  Ask that this Ascension Timeline and the planet of Ascension, called Earth, be Revealed, Revealed, Revealed.

In accordance with the Universal Principles and for the highest good of All and as the “I AM presence”, Experience, Experience, Experience, the planet of Ascension, Earth, of higher frequencies of love and light existing in the FREE human zone of the New Worlds Universal Federation where galactic highways have opened up to include an enlightened humanity and humanity’s sacredness is honored as humanity enters the Golden Age of the Universal Human Family and New Worlds Universal Federation.

SHIFT, SHIFT, SHIFT into the Golden Age of the Universal Human Family and New Worlds Universal Federation. Watch and feel the vibrational SHIFT to the higher frequencies of love and light.

Sending Healing, Wisdom, and Understanding


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