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John 1:51



אמן אמן Amen Amen

Speaks of the dual bride/woman. Daughters of the Foundation of Peace (Jerusalem). She supports, confirms, nourishes the truth as mother's milk, etc.

"however if I should delay, so that you may know the manner necessary to turn back within the house of God, she who is the Gathered of God who lives, the pillar and support of truth." (1 Tim. 3:15 RBT)

The two pillars (or dual pillars) of the "household of faith" symbolize the bride's legs/thighs.

"How your feet have become beautiful in the Sandals, O prince’s daughter!
The curves of your dual thighs are like jewels,
the work of a craftsman’s dual hands" 

Song of Solomon 7:1 RBT

Strong’s #546, amenah. is the Hebrew counterpart to the NT “Amen”. Only two occurrences of this form, Gen. 20:12, Josh. 7:20. From the root verb aman (#539) to confirm, believe, support. “A primitive root; properly, to build up or support”. An objective example is in 2 Kings, “Hezekiah cut off the doors of the temple of YAHWEH and the Supports [omnah #547] which Hezekiah king of Judah has overlaid...” 2 Kings 18:16 literal The verb appears over 100 times for “believe” in the Hebrew Scriptures and in a couple of interesting places,

“And HE IS one who supports [amen] eternally Myrtle, herself is a Star [Esther], a built-one of his beloved..” Esther 2:7 RBT

Also Strong’s #571, aman. True-one, support, reliability, sureness. Truth is illustrated in the pillar. The household of faith is called a singular pillar and buttress because the two pillars are enigmatic of the “face-to-face” reflection. The two pillars are like a reflection of one another. The only difference is their names, Boaz [in strength] and Jachin[he is established]. In between lies the entrance.