Thursday, July 19, 2012

High Priest and His Sons Inside the Holy Place of The Tabernacle

Let's now go back to the Holy Place of the Tabernacle:

This image shows High Priest (Aaron) and his sons (Eleazar and Ithamar) doing day-to-day activities in the Holy Place of the Tabernacle. This view is from the middle of the southern wall looking toward the east, toward the Outer Curtain (Entrance Curtain) of the Tabernacle.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

High Priest Inside the Holy of Holies of The Tabernacle

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Let's take a look at what the Holy of Holies (the Ark room) of the Tabernacle looked like when the High Priest was inside. The High Priest would usually enter this room only once a year on the Day of Atonement and had to take special precautions as outlined in Leviticus 16.

Here is the Priest in the Holy Place of the Tabernacle:

As you can see from this next image, the two side Partitions (Parochet) could be moved towards the Inner Pillars to allow the Priest to enter into the Holy of Holies room:

As you can see from this next image, there were plenty of space for the Priest to come through:

Now, let's follow the Prist insode the Holy of Holies place. This is the view right from the left (south) side of the room:

Here is a view from a different angle, so that you can clearly see the reflections of the room:

And here is the view from the south-west corner of the Holy of Holies room looking back toward the Holy Place of the Tabernacle:

And this is the Holy of Holies place of the Tabernacle. Enjoy!

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

High Priest Inside the Holy Place of The Tabernacle

I'm finishing up my review models, but meanwhile I wanted to give you a sneak peak of what you will be able to see.

The two images below are the new rendering of the Holy Place of the Tabernacle, with all latest changes incorporated into the rendering, and including the High Priest (Aaron) model in his garments. Please note that all of my models up-to-scale, so the renderings below are the most accurate reconstruction of this particular part of the Tabernacle.


And this image is made at a different angle so that you can clearly see reflections that could be seen via the gold-plated walls of the Tent of the Tabernacle.

Enjoy!

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