Nehushtael: Brazen Serpent of God

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Nehushtael: Brazen Serpent of God

#1 Postby Tau Malachi » Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:31 pm

Nehushtael: “Brazen Serpent of God,” or “Bold Serpent of God”

As the name of this archangel implies, he is a Great Seraf, and he is among the chief princes of the serafim, “fiery serpents,” one who is a great warrior of the heavens and who is an angelic judge in the heavenly court. On one hand, Nehushtael is an awesome and mighty archangelic presence, one that may be accounted as an angel of wrath, or fierce angel of Judgment, but, on the other hand, he is an angel of great mercy and compassion, and great wisdom, having knowledge and understanding of esoteric mysteries of the Messiah and El Elyon, and the true redemption or salvation of souls. As with many of the most exalted archangels, Nehushtael is a very complex and meta-dimensional angelic presence, and one with many dominions, and countless legions of angelic hosts.

It is not given that we can speak in public concerning certain secret mysteries known to this Great Seraf, but it is given that we can speak of one of the most essential secret mysteries known to him. You may recall the story in the Book of Numbers in the Torah, in chapter twenty-one, concerning “fiery serpents” biting the children of Israel and killing them, but how the Lord commanded Moses to put a bronze image of a “fiery serpent” on a pole in the center of the encampment, and commanded him to tell the people that whoever was bitten, should go and gaze up at it, and they would be healed, and not die from their wound. You may also recalled that in the Gospel of St. John, in chapter three, that Adonai Yeshua speaks of this image, likening the Son of the Human One, the Messiah, to the bronze serpent uplifted in the wilderness by Moses on the command of Yahweh. Nehushtael is among the archangels that have knowledge of this secret mystery of the Messiah, and of how the Messiah is Nechash Tov, the “Good Serpent,” and of how the Messiah, the Anointed of God, and Nechash, the Serpent in the Garden of Eden, are intimately connected, and represent one and the same power of God (El, Elohim).

In this, perhaps, you will understand that this is a Great Seraf who holds deep knowledge, understanding and wisdom of the Non-dual Truth (Supernal Amet, Crown of the Messiah), and therefore great knowledge of the Way of Transformation and Way of Perfection.

Concerning the realms of knowledge of which it is not given that we can speak in public, we can speak through a thick veil and say this: Nehushtael has knowledge of all of the holy jewels in the Crown of the Messiah, the Lamb of God, and so also, those holiest of jewels in the Crown of El Elyon, God Most High.

In this you may know and understand that this is a Supernal Seraf, an archangel of the Supernal Abode.

In that the play of Light Transmission is, in fact, an awakening and uplifting of the Serpent Power in us, and in that our integral self-realization in Christ comes through the suspension, or cessation, of the Serpent Power, so you may understand that this Great Seraf is among those archangels who hold a central role in the manifestation of the Continuum of Light Transmission in this world.

In this, perhaps, you may know and understand that Nehushtael is among the guardians of the Interior Shekinah in the Second Coming of the Messiah, one who knows the way of the worship of angels and souls in the Interior Shekinah of the Risen Messiah, Hayyah Yeshua.

The invocation is of this archangel is revealed in the Continuum, in a moment of Light Transmission; those who are able to look and see, and listen and hear, will know, and so they will invoke.

Yahweh Shalom!
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Re: Nehushtael: Brazen Serpent of God

#2 Postby Adam » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:04 pm

Greetings Tau Malachi, and thank you for this post. I find the parallels between Messiah and Nechash in Eden, the Image of a fire serpent and fire serpents with the children of Israel, and the crucifixion and resurrection not so parallel but maybe one and the same movement in different places and times and different energies. I see the story in Eden with Nechash and the fruit - the beginning of a dual existence, with Nechash/Messiah being spoken of harshly - it seems like the serpent when it comes into being as Messiah is reviled in this place of duality. With Moses and the fire serpents, it makes me wonder if the serpents were pushing the children of Israel into the ultimate dual state of Life or Death, and it is not until an image of a fire serpent is lifted on a pole and the children of Israel choose to acknowledge/engage it that the immediate effect of death is negated. Then with Yeshua during the crucifixion, he is placed on a cross/pole and lifted up for all to see, to be either acknowledged and integrated or to be rejected and reviled. I also find it interesting that in each place the serpent is somehow uplifted, in Eden the serpent was in a tree, in the time of Moses the serpent was on top of a pole, and with Yeshua he was placed on a cross.

Could you speak more on these events and how they are related or point me to a post that does?

Blessings,

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Re: Nehushtael: Brazen Serpent of God

#3 Postby Tau Malachi » Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:01 am

Grace and peace to you in Hayyah Yeshua!

Yes, in various places in the forums I’ve written quite a bit about this subject, for these stories from the Holy Torah, along with other passages from the Scriptures, and especially the Gospel of St. John, are the foundation of what may be called a “Kundalini Yoga of the West” that is taught within our lineage and tradition, and that is the very heart of the play of Light Transmission in our lineage. As an example, if you look into the first page of the “Mysteries of Scripture” forum you will find the topic “The Serpent,” and what is written there is a good start. Then to find other posts I’ve written on the subject you can use a Google search of our forums, as that works better than the search feature associated our forums. Because of the quantity of teachings and discussions I don’t recall where all the different topics are, so when needing to find something that’s what I’ll do.

Here, in brief I can share that all of the various appearances of the “serpent” in the Holy Scriptures are viewed as pointing to the very same spiritual power in our Christian Kabbalah, so all of them have a connection to Nechash-Messiah, they are all revealing mysteries of this serpent power that must be awakened, uplifted and redeemed. Nechash, the serpent in the Garden of Eden, corresponds with this power directed downward and outward, and in effect “sleeping” in us, while the Messiah corresponds with this power “awakened,” directed inward and upward, Godward, and so redeemed in us. This play of downward and outward, or inward and upward, is in the story of Moses and the image of the serpent uplifted, and it is a reference to the very same spiritual force or power, but in this story the nature of the force or power is revealed, the word seraf is used, which literally means “fire snake.” This is an exact description of the serpent power in us, it is, indeed, fiery; but the story in Numbers 21 reveals what may happen if and when this spiritual power is awakened prematurely, or is misdirected. You may also recall the holy staff of Moses transforms into a serpent twice, and in this story there are also other mysteries revealed concerning this spiritual power and how it is rightly awakened.

If you ponder the connection between Nechash in the Garden, and the serafim (fiery serpents) in the wilderness, consider what Adonai Yeshua teaches in the Gospel of St. John: “No one has ascended to heaven except the one who descended from heaven, the Son of the [Human One]. And just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of the [Human One] be lifted up, that whosoever believes in him may have eternal life” (3:13-15). If Nechash and Messiah are one and the same Divine Power, and here the Messiah is associated with the “serpent uplifted,” then in the story of Moses and the children of Israel in Numbers we are talking about the very same Divine Power – it is the same discussion. Very much so, for death comes into the world through Adam and Havvah (Eve) and their encounter with the serpent, and so also the children of Israel are dying from their encounter with the serpent; as we know, this spiritual power may bring death or life, and is the power through which a soul can be enlightened and liberated, if and when the serpent power is set into motion and uplifted in full, and brought into cessation in the brow and crown.

It is true, though, downward and outward is a movement into separation, duality, and the darkness and chaos of matter – destruction; inward and upward, Godward, is a movement to unification and the realization of eternal life, bornless being.

Peace be with you!
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