Jacob, to the 12 tribes scattered among the peoples, greetings. (Matthew 13:17)
The Prophetic Journey
Finding and reproducing each of the Tabernacles Items is a goal that is the result of a prophetic journey that began in August of 2009.
The starting point, and fundamental piece of data that comes from outside of scripture, is what the world normally calls the Phoenician Alphabet. In some religious circles this same alphabet is known as Paleo Hebrew.
Without fully defending this claim, it is important to know that all phonetic alphabets are in one way or another derived from that original phonetic alphabet. This even includes the alphabet you are using to read this paragraph.
Paleo Hebrew is well known to have been used from the time of the Exodus until the time of Nebuchadnezzar. So for at least those 1000 years, this was the alphabet of inspired writing. The 10 commandments themselves would have been carved using this alphabet.
The prophetic insight that came in 2009 was built upon instruction we had received in a Hebrew language class from the previous 2 years. In that class we had been introduced to that older form of Hebrew writing, a more pictographic form of each well known modern Hebrew letters.
Over the course of about 3 weeks, starting late August, 2009, and ending in early September, 2009, I woke with a series of intense prophetic dreams were I was shown how these old letter forms are fundamentally designed.
The specifics of how those letters are designed is the topic for other articles. What you need to know at this point is that the phonetic alphabet is highly design constrained. No single line segment nor curve within the entire set of letter shapes can be altered without upsetting the design of other letters.
So the alphabet itself was designed all at once, and by a highly intelligent mind. It could not have possibly evolved, nor is it derived from earlier writing systems, say Egyptian writing, as some often speculate.
3D Model Systems
The basic design principle involves a series of 2 dimensional projections from 3 dimensional objects. Each drawn letter in the alphabet is a 2 dimensional projection of a 3 dimensional object. Letter pairs in the alphabet share 3d objects. The 3 dimensional objects themselves assemble like kits into larger objects that are mentioned in the inspired text of the Bible.
The valley of dry bones vision, from early in Ezekiel, is but 1 example of this system. This is why we call the overall project, "Ezekiel's Bones."
Leaving specifics for other articles, what you need to know is that there are around 150 different small 3d objects that form a network of 2d and 3d shapes and objects.
This network of objects is closed in that it begins and ends with 2d shapes and 3d objects that are infinitely repeating. So there are no other shapes that could have be added after the original design was worked out.
This quality causes me to assert with confidence that the phonetic letter forms were divinely inspired.
What has remained open since 2009 is a question about the running text of scripture itself. Is there some way to similarly show the divine inspiration of scripture? Is it related to the divine inspiration of the alphabet?
For about 10 years after the original prophetic discovery of this system I felt there was nothing new to learn. The closed nature of the 3d model system is itself a type of proof of completeness. There is nothing else that could be discovered.
When I put attention into Ezekiel's Bones across those years I was fundamentally thinking about the cases and/or bases that were needed to display those models. I was worried about how to 3d print those models. I was worried about how to show them to others.
It did not cross my might that there might be an inspired set of cases or bases or other objects that had inspired design for exhibition of those earlier models. I was wrong.
In 2022, another prophetic season began. This season is slower. As I write, this new prophetic season is still ongoing.
These new objects are more diverse. They are often referenced in the inspired writings in parable form. Students well versed in the text appear to be expected to know those objects and rely on their design in order to fully unpack various parables.
Students of the text are also expected to know and use these other objects for various purposes.
Collectively they are known as the 'Tabernacle Items' or as the items used in David's fallen tent.