By Maria Merola
© Copyright Double Portion Inheritance, May 2008
On the morning of March 8th, 2022, YaHuWaH showed in a dream the words Tekheleth & Tziyt-tziyt in Paleo Pictograph Letters!
“Speak unto the children of Yisra’el, and bid them that they make them Tziyt-tziyt (fringes) in the borders of their garments throughout their generations, and that they put upon the fringe of the borders a ribband of Tekheleth (blue).”
This dream was shown to me the day after my biological father died on March 7th, 2022. I do not know if there is a connection between my dad passing away, and this dream, but the timing of it certainly gives me pause. Perhaps in time, it will be shown to me if there is a connection.
Some people are confused that YaHuWaH would use an unclean creature, (the tekheleth) to make the blue dye, that is used to make the fringes. However, there is a very prophetic reason for this!
Did you know that the Tekheleth became extinct after Yahuwshuwa was nailed to the tree?
Did you know, that in 1948, the Tekheleth suddenly began reappearing on the seashores of Yisra’el? Did you know that the Orthodox Jews don’t use the blue in their fringes, but they wear only plain white fringes?
Because, since the Tekhleleth became extinct, they refuse to use any other substance to make the blue dye, other than what is instructed in Numbers 15:38!
This is a prophetic picture of the gospel being sent to the unclean heathen nations. And now, in these last days, the Lost Sheep (redeemed Gentiles), are coming to the Yahuwdiym (Jews) to grab ahold of the Tziyt-tziyt of Yahuwshuwa, and we are provoking them to jealousy!
When Messiah was nailed to the tree, his body became an “unclean” carcass. Joseph of Arimathea & Nicodemus became “unclean” when they took down his body from the two sticks (the cross or the Taw).
Beyth Qorintiym (2nd Corinthians) 5:21 For he has made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of Elohiym in him.
Yahuwshuwa allowed himself to be made “unclean” so that he could produce the red, blue, and purple dye for the Tabernacle that makes us clean!
Just as the ashes of the Red Heifer are used to make that which is defiled clean on the seventh day, our Messiah resurrected on the seventh day Sabbath, after he fulfilled the pattern of the Red Heifer!
Why does YaHuWaH use unclean creatures to produce something clean?
Noah was instructed to bring into the ark, two of each kind of unclean animals, but seven of each kind of clean animals. Through that ONE DOOR (Messiah) to the Ark, both clean and unclean went in!
The unclean animals symbolize the heathen nations. The clean animals symbolize the seven assemblies that belong to Messiah, Yahuwshuwa.
Humans are unclean for food, but out of the unclean human comes milk for babies to drink. Donkeys are unclean for food, but our Messiah rode on a donkey’s colt into Jerusalem.
Camels are unclean for food, but John the Baptist wore a coat made of Camel’s hair. A lion’s carcass is unclean to touch, but Samson found a honeycomb inside of the lion’s carcass and ate it.
Honeybees are unclean for food, but from the honeybee comes honey that is clean, and is symbolic of the word of YaHuWaH. The Lion is symbolic of the Lion of the Tribe of Yahuwdah (Judah) and Honey is symbolic of the Word of YaHuWaH.
The prophetess “Deborah” comes from the root word “dabar” (words) and it means “The honeybee.”
Oysters are unclean for food, but from the oyster comes forth pearls, which are used for the twelve gates in the New Jerusalem (Revelation 12:12).
Yisra’el borrowed from the Egyptians and they brought with them this blue and purple dye in powdered form, in clay pots: Matthew 2:15 And was there until the death of Herod: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of YHWH by the prophet, saying, Out of Egypt have I called my son.
YaHuWaH’s firstborn sons (Yisra’el) were called out of Mitzrayim (Egypt) with the dye they needed to make these fringes, before the the commandment was given!
The Tekheleth dye that is used to make make the Tziyt-tziyt is a Cerulean Muscle that is unclean for food, but from this creature comes the Blue & Purple Dye!
This dye is used to make the “Tziyt-Tziyt” (fringes), and for the Tabernacle Curtains and garments. Did you know that the when the Tekheleth is harvested in sunlight, it makes a bright blue dye?
But when it is harvested at night under the moon, it makes purple dye? There is a prophetic reason for this, but you must read the blogs in the comments section to understand why!