Zechariah 5

The Flying Scroll and the Woman Mystery Babylon

Zech 5:1
a flying scroll – a great description of the internet that brings the truth, and God’s judgement against mystery Babylon, “a flying scroll.”

In Revelation 14:6, we can see the “Angel flying in the midst of heaven” who brings the everlasting gospel and the hour of God’s judgement. This is the first Angel, which Christ sends out to remove the lawlessness from His Kingdom (Matt 13:41). Indeed, the hour of judgement brings the judgement against those who worship the image of the beast and receive his mark, as described in Revelation 14:9; this has only occurred now in the internet age. Until this time, no one understood the Apostolic doctrine to bring the judgement against those who worship the image of the beast. The internet has exposed all of the errors, and deception of Satan that came by false translations that supported the Trinity doctrine.

Zech 5:2
its length is twenty cubits and its width is ten cubits – or about 30 feet by 15 feet, 450 square feet. These are the dimensions of the porch in Solomon’s temple, where the law was read (1 Kings 6:3), and it is the size of bronze altar in Solomon’s temple (2 Chronicles 4:1). Real scrolls are less than one cubit high, and several cubits long; for example, the scroll of Isaiah is 11 inches high and 24 feet long. Why is this “flying scroll” measured like a living space? This “flying scroll” enters entire rooms, and living areas through one’s wifi; and it goes all “over the face of the earth,” (vs 3).

Zech 5:3
this is the curse that goes over the face of the earth – through the internet.

every thief expelled… perjurer expelled – the scroll is written on two sides, normally scrolls are written on one side only. A two sided scroll is also found in Revelation 5:1-6, these are also the scrolls that bring God’s judgement.

The lawless are expelled from the kingdom of heaven. Jesus called the false prophets thieves, when He said: “he who climbs up another way, he is a robber and a thief” (John 10:1).

Zech 5:4
it shall enter the house of the thief – how does a 450 square foot flying scroll enter the house of a thief? Through his Wifi.

and the one who swears falsely by my name – the one that uses the name of Jesus in false teaching and hypocrisy.

it shall remain in the midst of his house and consume it – the message of truth and the conviction of it shall destroy his house: his household.

Zech 5:5
the Angel who talked with me – again the Spirit of Christ

Zech 5:6-8
a woman inside a basket – defined as “wickedness.” This woman is the harlot in Revelation 17. The Targum explains verse 6 as “the people..using false measure…They are going to be exposed before all the inhabitants of the earth.” But here, we would mean the false measurements of the Gospel.

Zech 5:9-11
in the land of Shinar – when ready, this woman will be placed in Babylon. See Shinar in Daniel 1:2, where King Nebuchadnezzer brought “the vessels of the house of God.” This is the false Church that has been exposed, “mystery Babylon.” She will be brought to a “house” in Shinar, which some translations, simply translate as “temple” because the word “bayit” is normally used for the house or temple of God. Many interpreters have tried to relate the two women as either Babylon and Assyria, or the Medes and Persians. The Targum refers to the women as “two Provinces.” Others say that the two women are merely agents in a symbolic sense. But this is a prophecy of the future, as signified by the statement “when it is prepared.” Though it seems there is always a comparison of corrupted Israel, which did not obey the “measurements” of the law, with the corrupted Church that did not obey the measurements of the gospel. But, there was no “house” prepared for Israel in Babylon. This is only a prophecy of the future. The two “women” in Zechariah 5:9, and the two “bronze mountains” in Zechariah 6:1, can represent the Woman of Israel, and the Woman of the true Kingdom of Heaven (Revelation 12:1); Mount Zion in the Old Testament, and the Mountain of Christ in the New Testament. From the prophecies of both covenants, the harlot has been judged, a lead covering has been placed on her. These two women have the wings of a stork. The Hebrew word for stork is “chasidah,” the feminine form of “chasid,” means “godly ones,” or “saints,” as in Psalms 4:3; 12:1; 16:10; 18:25; 30:4; 31:23, etc. This woman of sin is carried away by the saints.