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Tevet, the 10th month on the Hebrew (God's) calendar

This month of Tevet, which falls around December and January, is known to stir up many evil desires into peoples lives,

The Hebrew word Tevet means: The tenth attribute that enables a human being to be able to exchange or trade the gifts or talents of his natural strength into the spiritual realm that designs the purpose of his life.

The physical act of Giving ones tithe to God, being generous, sharing, the buying and selling or trading of things which promotes God's reality in the earth,

is also part of the spiritual energies which are released by God during the the tenth month called "Tevet" on God's Hebrew calendar.

But on the other hand "Tevet" is also the season when the negative energies of selfishness, evil eye, love of money, evil trading, slavery, the buying and selling of idols becomes evident in this season.

The origin of evil trade:

The tenth month on the Hebrew calendar is the season when the forces of evil which opposes God's authority in the earth begins to warfare and to contend against God's chosen ones.

Nimrod, the founder of the Babylonian system of trading (selling, making & buying of idols) established a law of opposing God through trading, where his stock market sold items of sorcery, witchcraft and magic.

And later on in time the Roman Empire (catholic church) transformed Nimrod's law of trading into a season called saturnalia and the selling of the commodities that exalted their small god called janus and saturn.

Trading of the gifts that goes under the tree:

The ancient readings says, that Nimrod killed his father and married his mother.

After the death of Nimrod, his mother continued to be the queen over his kingdom.

She had a dream and in that dream she saw Nimrod bringing presents (stolen goods), that he had plundered from the people that refused to exalt him and serve him as king,

And when he brought these treasures he put them under a tree. When the queen woke up from her dream, she commanded that her kingdom should continue to put presents under the green tree, in honour of Nimrod's birthday which falls on the (25th of December, Christmas).

In this month Ezra & Nehemiah died.

It is said; that people being born in this month, has a strong connection to the physical and material world, which denies God's existence,

but it is also said that; if those same people are able to find a spiritual & godly leadership that can help them to shift their energies, and invest or trade them in God, they also can become so zealous for God, and turn out to be strong leaders for God.

Tevet means "ten" in Hebrew; Tevet shares the same root as the Hebrew word "tov", which means "good." However, in this month, we commemorate many sad events, including the Tenth of Tevet.
The letter ayin means "eye" in Hebrew. The month of Tevet is the month of the rectification and nullification of the "evil eye".

The word Tevet itself is referring to "tov ayin", "the goodly eye" (the source of the power of blessing, as it is said: "the goodly eye shall bless").

Tevet begins its cycle with the last days of Hanukah welcoming it in and gazing at the Chanukah candles, and God plan it this way.

This day is the climax, really its the culminating day of Hanukah, the "eighth day" which is called "Zot Chanukah" by the Rabbis. The meaning of Zot Hanukah or 8th Dedication, literally means: "this is Hanukkah!"

All destructive process begins with the "evil eye" of hatred, the hatred of the profane to the holy (the secret of ten, the holy number).
The month of contending for your faith in God.

Remember this day, the "eighth day" is called "Zot Hanukah" as we said before, but why is it so named? Zot means, "this" and Zot Hanukah is also called the "final seal."

"And Abraham received the sign of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith, and it was "this" (zot) "eighth day" circumcision given to Abraham that would reveal the Spiritual. (Roman 4:11)

This month falls in December or January

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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