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[Inner Wheel] > Revelation 10 - Yod - A Book in the Angel's Hand

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Spoke 10

II Samuel, Jonah, I Timothy

And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire: And he had in his hand a little book open:

Revelation 10.1f

Just as Revelation 4 opens with a Door and Chapter 13 with the Sea, so here we see Chapter Ten opening with reference to the Hand, the literal meaning of the Tenth Letter (Yod), as explained in the article called Holy Hands. Thus we see that all of these opening objects relate directly to the name of the correpsponding Hebrew Letter

The Hand appears four times here in Revelation 10, three times in reference to the little book in the Hand of the Angel, and once when the Angel lifts his hand to heaven and swears by him who lives for ever and ever. In each case, the word used is the Greek pic (Cheir, S# G5495). This word occurs 17 times in Revelation for an average of .77 occurrences per chapter, with a maximum of 4 hits in Chapter 10:

A similar phenomenon is seen in the Inner Cycle of Romans, where Cheir appears only in Romans 10.

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