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For those of you curious about the meaning of the logo a word of explanation. The Bible is rich in symbolism, this being one of the principal means of communication used by Yahweh, our Heavenly Father, and His Son Yah'shua (Jesus). Mental images along with words are the principle means of communication, with spiritual "leanings" and "movements" being the chief instrument of the Ruach haQodesh (Holy Spirit).
The Lions represent the Lion of Judah, our Lord and Saviour Yah'shua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) (Rev.5:5). Though also used biblically to represent the tribe of Judah, it is here used to represent the Messiah.
The number 333 is rather special and is connected up with the work and mission of the Chavurat Bekorot. For a full explanation, see A Concealed Mystery: 333, Theomatics and Gematria.
The Nine-Armed Menorah, though identical to the Hanukkah Menorah, is here used in a dual sense and has an important connection with the 333 symbolism above, as also the three golden Hebrew Shin's.
The Hebrew letter Shin is always used in connection with the Ruach haQodesh, Holy Spirit or Breath of God, and is here arranged in triplicate above the Tetragrammaton, or the four consonants of the Divine Name YHWH (Yahweh), to look like a crown. As the woman is the glory of man (1 Cor.11:7), so the Ruach haQodesh (Holy Spirit) is the glory of the Father, the woman (Eve/Havah) and the Ruach haQodesh (Hochmah) being derived from Adam and Yahweh, respectively.
Finally, the Hanukkah Menorah is used in the New Covenant (B'rit Chadashah) as a symbol of the Messiah (Christ), who brought light into the world.
The black background signifies only the contrast of darkness which we must experience in mortality in order to find and embrace the light of truth.
The pale blue candlesticks represents the biblical Wisdom or Hochmah - blue for wisdom, and the pastel shade representing Wisdom's female nature.
The burning Tetragrammaton, representing Yahweh, who is a consuming fire, (Heb.12:29; Dt.4:24), is the centrepiece of the symbolic matrix. He is El Elyon, the Most High God, and Father of us all, to whom all glory and honour belong.