In the middle of the night I heard myself saying: “Stirred to be me, stirred to be free, stirred finally.” Then I had a vision of a knife going into a heart and the word “circumsized” came. Afterwards I saw doors that were shut and I saw a beautiful woman named “Bella” gloriously arrayed in the “celestial” room. She had on multiple skirts that flowed in a graceful whirling motion that picked up momentum with each swirl as she danced spinning spun around and around. Stars shot out from under her skirts into the sky and beyond and they became part of a new universe called “Aloha.”.
Wikipedia states that “Aloha” is the Hawaiian word for “love, affection, peace, compassion and mercy”… Also, it relayed that it’s beginning may be seen in the definition as “love of kin”.
The Oxford English dictionary defines its meaning as “a greeting” like “welcome” and “farewell.”I don’t believe that it’s by chance that “well” is in both “welcome” and “farewell.”…. The underlying message is that if we want to be well and to bring wellness to others, “Aloha” (love, affection, peace, compassion and mercy) is the key.
The etymology of “celestial” is that it pertains “to the visible heavens” (the heavens are visible to us who see in the Spirit.) “Bella’s” name meaning is “beautiful”… also “a beautiful woman”. I believe that “Bella” is a representation of the Bride of Christ who because of having a circumcised heart is in a heavenly standing. Her pure state of being is what enabled her to dwell in the celestial room- the heavenly place within. The shut doors bring to mind the promise given to the overcomer in the Philadelphian church: “Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of God and he shall GO NO MORE OUT.” Revelation 3: 12. Just look at the similarity between the name of the Philadelphian church, the church of brotherly love and “Aloha’s” love of kin. What promises are in store for us at this stage of our journey!
In thinking about the symbolism of the bride’s skirts, Isaiah 6: 1 came to my attention: “In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train (skirts) filled the temple.“
Strong’s Concordance #7757: Hebrew “shul” is translated to mean “a skirt by implication.”
The story of Boaz in the role of Ruth’s redeemer spreading his skirt over her came to my mind which speaks of him as a type of our Lord becoming a covering to us through marriage. The Lord’s skirts are not only covering us, but are filling OUR temple.
I believe this word and vision are a prelude to a picture and message that point to our spirit and soul becoming one and consequently, to the redemption of our body. When the “strength of self” which King Uzziah represents is dead, the heart is circumsized and the bride of Christ is revealed in her heavenly state of being. THEN she brings forth the light(s) (revelations and substance) of a new order (a new heaven and a new earth.) The etymology of universe is literally “turned into one.”
Hallelujah! The Lord’s prayer that we be “ONE” is being answered now!!
I want to point out that we are only in the BEGINNING of the creation of the new universe “Aloha.” In Genesis the process of the formation of the FIRST heaven and earth was revealed step by step and likewise, the coming forth of a new heaven and earth is a process as well: “Let there be light” was God’s first command in the formation of heaven and the earth. I believe the light of the stars in my vision shows light as being the first move of God (in and through US) in forming the new heaven and new earth-…. I see the morning stars that came forth from the dance of union’s “whirlwind” spiraling them upwards into the heavenly realm as being the “shining” elect bringing in the start of the new day. All glory, praise and honor be unto our God‼️💥
How I pray that you who are reading this and I will be among them: Now unto him that is able to keep us from falling, and to present us faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, To the only wise God our Savior, the glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and forever. Amen. Jude 1: 24-25