Thursday, December 22, 2016



The origin of the glyph shape of qōp (Phoenician qoph.svg) is uncertain. It is usually suggested to have originally depicted either a sewing needle, specifically the eye of a needle (the Hebrew קוף means "hole"), or the back of a head and neck (qāf in Arabic meant "nape").[1] According to an older suggestion, it may also have been a picture of a monkey and its tail


 Isaac Taylor, History of the Alphabet: Semitic Alphabets, Part 1, 2003: "The old explanation, which has again been revived by Halévy, is that it denotes an 'ape,' the character Q being taken to represent an ape with its tail hanging down. It may also be referred to a Talmudic root which would signify an 'aperture' of some kind, as the 'eye of a needle,' ... Lenormant adopts the more usual explanation that the word means a 'knot'.

That sums up the KOPH. The KOPH is the precurser of our letter Q. Its meaning is is a little obscure, but with a little effort, it comes into focus. 

The KOPH was original a picture of the BACK of a mans head. The idea being portrayed as that of "FOLLOWING" after or behind, or to follow in a circuit or cycle. As a word, it is only used in scriptures as the word for "ape". Apes are known for mimicking or "following" what you do. The root word "KOPH", which is used in scripture in the derivitive word "t'KOPHah is used of the CIRCUIT or cycle of the FEAST year. (Ex 34:22) The FEASTS are called HOLY convocations. They are based on many CYCLES of SEVENS. Now, the KOPH(also sp. KUF) is made up of the letters ZAYIN and KAF


The ZAYIN has a value of SEVEN and the KAF is the bent hand that means to be bent into the likeness or "as", "like", so the KOPH made up of these two would be "bent to the seven" or "in likeness of the seven". The gematria of all seven FEASTS added together(3860) is the SAME* as the gematria of YESHUA(386). The word SEVEN in Greek (hepta) also has a gematria of 386. The feasts are ALL types of the work of YESHUA, and so it is fitting that they add up to the same. To be bent in the likeness of the seven is the same as being bent to the likeness of YESHUA!…………being bent into HOLINESS!

KOPH is used for the number 100, the age (the "set time") of Abraham when Isaac was born.(Gen 17:21) The term "set time" used in this verse is the same Hebrew word used for FEAST!

The KOPH is the 19th letter, and corresponds to the 19th time that the word "mystery" occurs in the NT which is in Rev. 1:20……….all about SEVENS!

The Sun (XIX) is a trump card in

 the tarot deck. Tarot trumps are often called Major Arcana by tarot card readers.

A. E. Waite suggested that this card is associated with attained knowledge. An infant rides a white horse under the anthropomorphized sun, with sunflowers in the background. The child of life holds a red flag, representing the blood of renewal while a smiling sun shines down on him, representing accomplishment. The conscious mind prevails over the fears and illusions of the unconsciousInnocence is renewed through discovery, bringing hope for the future.