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Woman in Revelation 12 shortened version

  I would prefer to better develop the words showing their use in the Greek and symbolic
applications with more logic, but won't I will go straight to a short display of what the woman
symbolizes. She is impossible to conform with many interpretations. Some are: the woman
symbolizes the church, Israel, natural city of Babylon or New York. A scant version follows:

●1 The woman in verse 1 represents the city of Jerusalem during the Old Covenant, but
she continues symbolically in other verses in Revelation and the New Testament.
●2 Being clothed depicts anterior existence without sun clothing (Christ's countenance).
●3 The feet represents her moon connection; by nature woman is not a heavenly entity.
●4 The crown (stephanos, victory crown) symbolized Jerusalem ended its 'heavenly' age
in victory birthing (by resurrection) Jesus, his spiritual way and the New Jerusalem.
● The head of the woman represents governance and the crown upon her had twelve

heavenly Old Covenant stars (tribes) symbolizing an entwined source of her victory.
● Being with child (Isa. 9:6) represented Christ Jesus within her confirming the New

Covenant that superseded the Old Covenant Jerusalem with Christ's spirit Covenant.
● Travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered typifies its effort to rid itself of

Christ and his doctrine, but the spiritual was prophesied, promised and inevitable.
● Rev. 1:16 defines sun symbolism as Jesus': "countenance was as the sun...". Jesus'

face is absolute sun symbolism and all the attributes it was present in Jerusalem to
"shineth in his strength." Strong's defines G1444 as: "δυναμις dunamis doo'-nam-is
From G1410; force (literally or figuratively); specifically miraculous power (usually
by implication a miracle itself): - ability, abundance, meaning, might (-ily, -y, -y
deed), (worker of) miracle (-s), power, strength, violence, mighty (wonderful) work."
We must recognize Jerusalem travailed when Jesus shined in old Jerusalem before
the church was inaugurated; which followed his resurrection i.e. the birthing.
●9 The stars in the crown represented the twelve children of Israel tribes that ran the
faith race victoriously; that is why the stars were entwined with the crown instead of
her; they were in the 1st heaven (Old Covenant) and the church is in the 2nd heaven.
● The moon symbolized she stood upon the Old Covenant light given to the twelve

tribes, which focused worshiping where God placed his name, in Jerusalem.
●11 Heaven represented where the Old Covenant saints were faithing stars above her
(Jerusalem) until the spiritual new Heaven and new Earth (Re: John 4:21).
●12 The woman, with child, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered,
clothed, crown, heaven, stars, moon and sun were all part of the "wonder"; a
sign by nature a completed activity; nothing missing; remember, the Red Dragon
section is called another wonder, so it is not a part of the previous wonder that was
related first in completeness.

  I don't wish to belabor, but "wonder" is too deficient to properly convey the point. G4592 was utilized
77 times thusly: 51 Signs, 22 Miracles 3 Wonders, and 1 Token. Strong's Greek Dictionary defined 4592:
"σημειον sēmeion say-mi'-on Neuter of a presumed derivative of the base of G4591; an indication,
especially ceremonially or supernaturally: - miracle, sign, token, wonder." Every form used represents "an
indication" or intact indicant; it gets clearer she's not the church if you continue to read and understand.
They have a none "indication" word for wonder and did not utilize it; no mistake, it was deficient.