Entering Heavens Gate
"Ye Shall be as God(s), Knowers of Good and Evil"
"And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he said, Surely the Lord is in this place; and I knew it not. And he was afraid, and said, How dreadful is this place! This is none other but the house of God, and this is heaven's gate" (Gen 28:16,17).
The entire story of the rebellion and fall of the angels, is embedded in the account of Jacob's dream from the Bible. The subject of heaven's gate is at the very core center of the entire Angelfall premise and its conclusion. Many of the aspects related to all of this have been discussed repeatedly throughout this website. Here we will review some of that information as well as discuss some further aspects that are new.
The events that took place in the earthly garden of Eden, mirror and reflect what actually took place within the hearts and minds of the angels—up in heaven—who rebelled against their Creator. And then collectively, they all had a declaration of independence and ultimate war took place (Rev 12:7-9). Even though the earthly events relative to the garden of Eden may have occurred literally six thousand years ago as the Bible describes, they are symbolic of and represent a much bigger picture (see Chapter 4e for complete discussion).
The Knowledge of Good and Evil
The knowledge of good and evil is what makes the difference between God Himself and any other conscious living being that exists. God's law of the universe is that He and He alone—the Creator Himself—has the right to determine right from wrong. Every sin imaginable emanates out from a direct violation of that one eternal principle. There can exist only one will in all the heavens—either the Creator's will or my will. Either I have the authority and power to evaluate what is right or wrong. Or else Someone else holds the reigns and the keys. This one issue is at the very heart and crux of everything in the universe (see Chapter 4f on the Ground Zero Issue).
That is why in Genesis God separated the waters above the heavens from the waters below the heavens. Waters in the Bible are symbolic of thoughts, ideas, concepts, and philosophies (see Chapter 12b). The waters above the heavens represent the realm of God's thoughts and the consummate knowledge of His eternal creative power. When the rebellion in heaven took place, it was necessary for there to be a demilitarized zone between the Creators thoughts vs. the angels who were cast out and thrown down. And that is what the firmament represents what SEPARATED the waters above the heavens from the waters below (see Genesis 1). The waters below then were then gathered into seas, and the sea throughout the Bible represents the realm of man's thoughts and the deep purposes in men's hearts (Pro 20:5). In the Bible, things that are evil and wicked emanate out from the sea, such as the beast in Revelation 13 that rises from the sea.
This entire dispute reached its culmination on a lonely hill outside Jerusalem when the Son of God willingly gave up His own will in order to do the will of His Father in heaven. When Jesus died on the cross, this matter of two wills was the eternal issue at stake. That is what the very cross itself represents. A cross consists of two wooden beams that cross each other. It represents and is symbolic of one way crossing over another way (one individual will crossing over another individual will). And Jesus, in order to save and redeem us, had to die to that whole concept of two wills. He paid the price for our sins of violating that eternal principle. Only ONE will is permissible. That is why as an individual person and man—during His travail in the garden of Gethsemane—the very Son of God had to give up and sacrifice His own will, surrendering it to the will of His Father in heaven (see Chapter 3g on the meaning of the Father). Only by accepting that fact is there any chance of salvation. And Jesus plainly said that each person, in order to be His disciple, must take up HIS OWN cross and die on it just like He did.
Individuality vs. Personality
It should pointed out that God's purpose in the death of His Son, and His whole plan of redemption for Christians, is to destroy our individuality. Individuality is the source of all sin and human failure. Yet it should be pointed out that, in the process of destroying our individuality, God wants to enhance and bring out our personality. There is a vast difference between individuality vs. personality. God takes pleasure in the fact that each person He created is unique, and each person has likes and dislikes, and is free to make choices. Choosing certain things and having preferences (if they are within the proper framework of good vs. evil) is a privilege each person possesses.
So when the serpent placed its thoughts into the mind of Eve in the Garden of Eden, it was the very thought that she herself could become a SEPARATE INDIVIDUAL and be the determiner of all things. That is what caused the fall and the whole created order to be cast into confusion. And that is the meaning of the word "Babel" and "Babylon" in the Bible (same identical words in both instances). The entire Bible from cover to cover, describes all of man's religions and philosophies as "Babylon the great, mother of harlots and abominations of the earth" (Rev 17:5). Babylon represents all human wisdom apart from God.
Man has always been trying to figure out the meaning of life, but in the final analysis still has no idea why he even exists.
All Because of Eden
The reason the angels fell from heaven, can all be found in the original sin in Eden. This was when Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit from the forbidden tree in the midst of garden—the tree of the knowledge of good and evil—which was adjacent to the tree of life. Both of these trees were in the very center of Eden.
As previously discussed throughout this website, what took place in the earthly Eden is symbolic of the BIGGER picture that actually took place up in heaven. Adam and Eve are symbolic of the male and female natures within the persona of each angel that God created. The male/objective aspect (which clearly understood God's command), was deceived by the female/subjective aspect (which was then deceived by the serpent). The serpent of course is symbolic of the thoughts that went on in the minds of the angels when they deceived themselves into believing that they could become as great or greater than their very own Creator (see Chapters 9a and 10b in this section).
Again and again—every sin that exists in the universe or cosmos, and now on planet earth, can be traced directly back to this original sin. Every failure, every flaw, every human philosophy, every false religion, every crime and failure—all of it is directly linked to Eden and the original sin.
The Theomatics Data
In the next chapter we are going to view an absolutely spectacular pattern concerning this original sin—all based primarily on two key numbers—570 and 456, which is 57 x 8. The statistical odds of two numbers this size occurring time and time again, on key specific words and phrases that contain very precise theological meaning, is ridiculously impossible to occur by accident. The specific data that supports the conclusions of the fall of the angels—is so absolutely spectacular, that it will literally boggle the mind.
Before we launch out into presenting that vast amount of data, let us conclude this introductory chapter by looking at a most fascinating story in Bible. It is the story of Jacob's dream and the ladder extending up to heaven. This is the only time in the entire Bible that the expression "heaven's gate" is specifically mentioned.
The Meaning of Heaven's Gate
The following passage is one of the most profound and significant in the entire Bible—as it has to do with this entire subject of the fall of the angels from heaven. Prior to theomatics and understanding the Angelfall premise, no one could have possibly imagined the depth of meaning present in this brief story from Genesis.
Jacob of course was the third heir in the lineage of divine promise. Throughout the Old Testament God described Himself as, "I am the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob." The name "Jacob" in Hebrew means "deceiver." He was a man who had God's favor, but God had to completely change him from a conniving and deceitful individual, into a useful vessel. This took place when he wrestled all night with an angel. In the morning, the angel wounded his thigh whereby he limped for the rest of his life. But at the end of that encounter God changed his name to "Israel" (see Genesis 32:21-32). Jacob had twelve sons, and eventually there were twelve tribes of Israel named after those sons. It was through Jacob's lineage that God's purposes were eventually fulfilled.
"And Jacob went out from Beersheba, and went toward Haran. (11) And he lighted upon a certain place, and tarried there all night, because the sun was set; and he took of the stones of that place, and put them for his pillows, and lay down in that place to sleep. (12) And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven: and behold the angels of God ascending and descending on it. (13) And, behold, the Lord stood above it, and said, I am the Lord God of Abraham thy father, and the God of Isaac: the land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed; (14) And thy seed shall be as the dust of the earth, and thou shalt spread abroad to the west, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: and in thee and in thy seed shall all the families of the earth be blessed. (15) And, behold, I am with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goest, and will bring thee again into this land; for I will not leave thee, until I have done that which I have spoken to thee of. (16) And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he said, Surely the Lord is in this place; and I knew it not. (17) And he was afraid, and said, How dreadful (or awesome) is this place! this is none other but the house of God, and this is heaven's gate. (18) And Jacob rose up early in the morning, and took the stone that he had put for his pillows, and set it up for a pillar, and poured oil upon the top of it. (19) And he called the name of that place Bethel: but the name of that city was called Luz at the first. (20) And Jacob vowed a vow, saying, If God will be with me, and will keep me in this way that I go, and will give me bread to eat, and raiment to put on, (21) So that I come again to my father's house in peace; then shall the Lord be my God: (22) And this stone, which I have set for a pillar, shall be God's house: and of all that thou shalt give me I will surely give the tenth unto thee" (Gen 28:10-22).
Embedded in this story is everything ranging from Eden to the fall of the angels, and finally to the restoration of God's eternal plan through His servant Jacob.
Overview of This Story
In all honesty, there is no adequate or sure explanation as to what the ladder or stairway set on earth represents or could possibly mean, and the angels running up and down on it? Again, from reading the open text, no one would even have a clue. Nowhere else in the Bible does it discuss anything similar to what is in this story.
The theomatics present in this account are incredibly revealing and will finally open up the deep meaning. Here I shall present a summary discussion of what the various items, and symbolism associated with those items. This is the direction that the evidence is pointing to. Please understand that for many who are not familiar with theomatics, some of the conclusions that I present may seem a little vague or arbitrary. But there is clear numerical evidence (that parallels everything else discovered) that indicates the inherent meaning(s). Let us look at and dissect each verse one at a time.
Commentary on Genesis 28:10-22
Verse 10 "And Jacob went out from Beersheba, and went toward Haran."
The numerical value of Jacob is 182, or 26 x 7. This is unequivocally the number to do with God's unapproachable authority. There was a whole structure presented in Theomatics II to do with Moses and the burning bush, and God being unapproachable—all based upon 182 (see Chapter 9, p. 205). Later God changed Jacob's name to Israel (value = 540). What is interesting here, is that 182 speaks of the old dispensation of the fallen angels who were not allowed to get near to God's presence. They would be zapped if they tried. There is a whole host of theomatics that indicate that Jacob is part of that old dispensation. What is interesting is this other passage in Genesis concerning Jacob.
"And he rose up that night, and took his two wives, and his two women servants, and his eleven sons, and passed over the ford Jabbok. (23) And he took them, and sent them over the brook, and sent over that he had. (24) And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day. (25) And when he saw that he prevailed not against him, he touched the hollow of his thigh; and the hollow of Jacob's thigh was out of joint, as he wrestled with him. (26) And he said, Let me go, for the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me. (27) And he said unto him, What is thy name? And he said, Jacob. (28) And he said, Thy name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel: for as a prince hast thou power with God and with men, and hast prevailed. (29) And Jacob asked him, and said, Tell me, I pray thee, thy name. And he said, Wherefore is it that thou dost ask after my name? And he blessed him there. (30) And Jacob called the name of the place Peniel: for I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved. (31) And as he passed over Penuel the sun rose upon him, and he halted upon his thigh (32) Therefore the children of Israel eat not of the sinew which shrank, which is upon the hollow of the thigh, unto this day: because he touched the hollow of Jacob's thigh in the sinew that shrank" (Gen 32:22-32).
There is just an outstanding amount of raw esoteric data and deep spiritual meaning present in this passage. The man Jacob wrestled with was obviously an angel or most likely Jehovah Himself. The thing Jacob was so thankful for, is that God spared His life. Jacob represents the fallen angels that God eventually forgave, had mercy upon, and He redeemed them (but did not save an redeem his twin brother Esau whom the Bible says that God "hated"—read Romans chapter 9). Jacob wrestling with God represents the contention of the angels against their creator (see the book of Job). Yet in the cast of Jacob, the tenacious rebellion of the individual angel was translated into something NEW that God began with His servant Abraham. Jacob the deceiver was about to be transformed into something entire different. At the end of the wrestling match, God granted him the request for divine blessing. But he limped the rest of his natural life.
What is most interesting, is that God Himself refused to give His name or identity to Jacob, but blessed Him nonetheless. God still remained behind dark clouds and out of sight throughout the Old Testament (not until Jesus came did God become personal with man). At that very juncture in space and time with Jacob, God began the major thrust of fulfilling His promises to Abraham when the nation of Israel was birthed in concept. It should be pointed out that all of this has deep SPIRITUAL MEANING in reference to Israel, and little to do with earthly Jews and a physical land (which is only symbolic of vast spiritual matters and heavenly eternal issues). It was from Israel that God's whole plan of salvation was carried out, which ultimately consummated with the revelation of Jesus Christ and the Church being formed.
In this verse 10 it Says that "Jacob went out from Beer Sheba, and went toward Haran." The expression "from Beer Sheba" (two words) equals 122 x 2 and 616—two numbers in theomatics that unequivocally speak of mans rebellion, warfare, and perversion. This clearly indicates the ORIGIN of the fallen angels. The expression "Haran"—the place Jacob went, has the value of 263 (the meaning is unclear at this point).
Verse 11 "And he reached a certain place, and tarried there all night, because the sun was set; and he took of the stones of that place, and put them for his pillows, and lay down in that place to sleep."
Now the phrase "reached a certain place" has a value of 350. This number 350 has to do with man created originally out of the dust and what dust is symbolic of, which is nothing of value, and also the concept of being placed upon the earth (see complete discussion Chapter 6b). The place that Jacob came to, where he had his vision, symbolizes the place of man's origin, which was the dust and the lowest of the low in God's estimation. Yet the other interesting fact, is that just the word "a certain place" is 188 (see discussion Chapter 2i). This is the number of God having fellowship with man, and it was in this place that God spoke to Jacob after his dream, and confirmed his promise to go with him, protect him, and have a relationship with him. So we see both the 350 and 188 together here, which is very significant.
The sun in the Bible is symbolic of God's means or agency of communicating to the angels in the past ages—He did not speak directly to them (in a personal relationship) but gave them insight and communicated truth through the agency of the sun by day and the moon by night (see complete discussion chapter 6i). In this story the very sun itself (or the source of truth) had gone down and it was now darkness.
So Jacob used stones for his pillow. Stones throughout the Bible are unequivocally symbolic of the hard hearts of fallen men and angels. Stones have no life in them and they are cold and dead (it was on stone tablets that God gave the ten commandments and laws). Jesus said that even the stones would cry out, and that God would raise up children to Abraham from stones. In Ezekiel 28, the guardian cherub (symbolic of Adam) walked among the stones of fire (see Chapter 5f for discussion on these stones that burned). So when Jacob laid his head upon stones and dreamed, this is symbolic of the realm of the intellect and man's thoughts resting on (or being like) hard stones. This is very significant because the vision he was about to witness has everything to do with the entire angelic rebellion. The Hebrew word for "stones" has a value of 63, and this is the serpent number in theomatics. The number 63 represents man's intellectual and self centered thoughts and aspirations. A complete design related to this and based up 630's is in our files).
Verse 12 "And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven: and behold the angels of God ascending and descending on it."
The word ladder in Hebrew essentially means "stairway."
IMPORTANT INSIGHT! Remember what is considered the greatest "rock classic" of all time, Led Zeppelin's "stairway to heaven?" When Jimmy Page wrote that song, he stated that a divine hand actually took ahold of his own hand and wrote it for him. That "divine hand" undoubtedly came from the demonic realm that knows the real facts.
The stairway did not get into heaven, but it REACHED to heaven. In Revelation 18:5, in reference to the great harlot Eve (symbolic of the angels), it states that "Her sins have reached unto heaven." Now what is interesting to point out—it states that the angels of God were going up and down on the ladder (the rebellious angels are also called "sons of God" in the book of Job). This obviously indicates that they were trying to get INTO heaven. Theomatically, the phrase is full of multiples of 513, which 57 x 9. The number 9 in theomatics clearly has to do with the heavens, and 57 is the key number (as the next chapter of this section will demonstrate), to man trying to be like God. The most revealing feature, is that the Hebrew word "reaching" has a value of 122, which is THE key number in theomatics to do with actual warfare of the angels against the God of heaven (see Chapter 6a). The word "stairway" has a value of 130, which is Jehovah's sacred number (see entire Chapter 9 in Theomatics II). The phrase "stairway resting upon earth" is 558. There is an entire chapter in Angelfall that expressly shows that 558 is one of the major key numbers to do with the actual casting out of all the rebellious angels to earth. Here we see the REVERSE concept of trying to get into heaven and the number 558 (which resulted in the fall). The two words "the top reaching" is 630, again the serpent number that has to do with men's aspirations. The entire phrase "the top reaching to the heavens" is 1030, same as the value of the word "stars," which is 103 as well. This number 103 has been discussed repeatedly (see Chapter 6i) as a number to do with idolatry and the worship of false gods. It also has to do SPECIFICALLY with worshipping the host of heaven all through the Old Testament.
The angels running up and down the ladder, reminds me of a troop of monkeys trying to climb a wall to get over a barrier of some kind because they smell food and can't quite get to it. They are looking for any way they can find to get to their destination. Man with all his space exploration and the large Hadron Collider project in Europe, is still trying to do the same thing, and will ultimately stop at nothing if he can. The phrase "the angels of God ascending and descending on it" has some incredibly significant theomatics. The entire phrase is 680, which is a number to do with all of man's consummate wisdom collectively—in opposition to God's kingdom. It is man's wisdom BELOW God's heaven. The expression "ascending and descending" is 420—a number to do with the time of the reign of the beast in Revelation (see Chapter 14c), which is 42 months. It also has to do with adding or taking away from God's word (climbing and descending—again, see Chapter 14c). Other key numbers are present (primarily 112) having to do with men's intellectual wisdom in trying to figure God out. That is what the going up and down the ladder primarily represents.
Verse 13 "And, behold, the Lord stood above it, and said, I am the Lord God of Abraham thy father, and the God of Isaac: the land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed."
Now the fact "the Lord stood above it" is very significant. This shows that Jehovah God is ABOVE the heavens and all of man's attempts to reach the highest realm is both impossible and ridiculous. Now the incredibly significant feature is the three Hebrew words "the Lord standing above him" in reference to the Lord standing above Jacob and the ladder and the angels trying to climb it. The two words "standing above it" is 260 (Jehovah equals 26), and this number 260 throughout theomatics also has to do with God's ultimate unapproachable position (see Chapter 9 of Theomatics II). And the one word meaning "above it," has a value of 114 (which is 57 x 2), and the number 114 specifically has to do with God's wisdom ABOVE the heavens. The expression from Genesis 1:7, "the waters which were above the expanse" is 1140, and of course these waters above have to do with God's infinite eternal knowledge and wisdom and thoughts.
Finally in the above verse, God again defined Himself as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. He was about to use Jacob in order to fulfill the next phase of His plan of redemption and bring about His eternal purposes. The physical land itself (or earth) upon which Jacob was lying is symbolic of the SPIRITUAL TERRITORY that he would inherit (this would require a broad discussion). The expression "the land upon which you are lying" is 380 x 4, and there is a huge theomatic pattern later in this Section of 380 to do with God's heaven and knowledge being BLOCKED from man's knowledge below the heavens. Therefore, the land represents the earthly kingdom. God giving it to Jacob represents the fact that all of man's earthly failure and consummate knowledge—will eventually be realized and learned from as an eternal object lesson. The meek will inherit the earth. Something good and lasting will come from everything that happens on the surface of this planet, and that is the land of promise that Jacob slept on that night.
Verses 14 and 15: "And thy seed shall be as the dust of the earth, and thou shalt spread abroad to the west, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: and in thee and in thy seed shall all the families of the earth be blessed. And, behold, I am with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goest, and will bring thee again into this land; for I will not leave thee, until I have done that which I have spoken to thee of."
Here God confirms His great promise made to the three patriarchs. God promises Jacob that He will never leave or forsake him ever, and then He will bring him into the full inheritance of all His promises. What an eternal hope this presents! What we see happening here is a transition between the failure and fall of the angels, and the kicking into high gear the continuation of God's redemption program which He began with Abraham. These words of promise spoken to Jacob occurred immediately after Jacob had the vision of the past failure of the whole angelic realm in trying to be like God and climb into heaven.
Verse 15: And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he said, Surely the Lord is in this place; and I knew it not.
Sleep in the Bible is the state a person is in when they really don't know what is happening and are inactive physically. A sleeping individual is not capable of any overt physical actions. God describes Christians in this world, as being in a state of sleep. The references to sleep in the New Testament has a spiritualized meaning, and is speaking of much more than saints who have died physically. In a certain sense, all individuals, both good and bad, are asleep right now (this is another huge area of study), and also resurrection in the Bible can speak of much more than just physical resurrection. What this also means, is that both the unsaved and Christians living presently in this world DO NOT HAVE A FULL UNDERSTANDING OR COMPREHENSION OF THEIR SOURCE OF ORIGIN WHICH IS THE FALL FROM HEAVEN. In that sense they are in deep sleep.
When Jacob awoke from his own sleep, he realized that God was still with Him, even though he had not been directly aware of it previously. This is a most precious and comforting truth for every child of God. We may not always feel God's presence, yet He is there none-the-less.
Verse 17: And he was afraid, and said, How dreadful (or awesome) is this place! this is none other but the house of God, and this is heaven's gate.
This verse 17 is the major and key verse from this entire passage. It contains the two great theomatic numbers that pinpoint the entire design you are about to witness in the next chapter of this section. The words "dreadful is this place" has a value of 456, and the word "gate" in reference to heaven's gate is 570. The expression "house of God" is 124 x 4, and 124 is the key number in theomatics for Eden = 124).
The entire incident of the stairway upon earth and the angels of God going up and down on it, is a picture of what took place in the heavenly paradise of Eden, which here in this story is called the "house of God," i.e. the place where God originally dwelt among the angels or sons of God (see Job 38:7). Adam of course is a type of all that and in Luke 3:38 Adam is actually called "the son of God."
Of utmost and incredible significance, is the fact that Eden itself is without question the gate of heaven. In Eden the gate to it was evidently in the East (see Gen 3:24), and in the New Testament when Jesus comes from heaven it will from the East (Mat 24:27).
"So he drove out the man; and he placed at the East of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life" (Gen 3:24).
This fact is amazing. The Hebrew words, "and He placed at the east" equals 570, and the word "guard" in reference to guarding the tree of life is also 570 theomatically. And of course the word "gate" in reference to heaven's gate is also 570.
This proves that Eden was indeed heaven's gate, and it also proves conclusively that Jacob's vision of the angels going up and down in the house of God—clearly PUTS THE WHOLE ANGELIC SCENARIO RIGHT SMACK INTO EDEN ITSELF. Again, the earthly garden of Eden is symbolic of the heavenly picture. Glory be to God!
Verses 18, 19: And Jacob rose up early in the morning, and took the stone that he had put for his pillows, and set it up for a pillar, and poured oil upon the top of it. And he called the name of that place Bethel: but the name of that city was called Luz at the first.
The story is concluded with a very interesting occurrence. Why in the world would anybody pour oil over a pile of rocks? Why is something like this even recorded in the Bible? Oil in the Bible is a type of the Holy Spirit. Jacob took the cold dead stones upon which his intellect had been resting during the night, and he ANOINTED them with oil. What that means is that the prior cold relationship (of what the stones represent), now had been given God's life. Even Jesus mentioned that it was possible for stones to come to life and actually cry out (Luk 19:40). In 1 Peter 2:5 Christians are actually called "living stones."
It states that "he called the name of that place Bethel." The entire phrase is 570 x 3, and the words "that place Bethel" equals 456 and 640, which is unequivocally the number of truth in the Bible. At Bethel Jacob had been to the very gate of heaven itself and God revealed to him what it meant and the angelic connection to all of it.
The phrase, "but the name of that city was called Luz at the first" has some very interesting theomatics. The two numbers 83 and 126 in tandem both exist in the words "and the name Luz." These two numbers speak of men either adding to God's word or taking away from it (see complete discussion Chapter 14b). That is one of the main reasons the fall ever took place. Evidently, the expression "Luz at the first" speaks of the time the angels were delving into trying to figure God all out. The entire phrase regarding Luz is 1330, and the word "hosts" in relation the ORIGINAL creation of the host of heaven, is 133. There is much to analyze here.
Verses 20-22: And Jacob vowed a vow, saying, If God will be with me, and will keep me in this way that I go, and will give me bread to eat, and raiment to put on, So that I come again to my father's house in peace; then shall the Lord be my God: And this stone, which I have set for a pillar, shall be God's house: and of all that thou shalt give me I will surely give the tenth unto thee"
These verses finally speak of Jacob's acceptance and appreciation for God's grace shown to him. The stone(s) that Jacob had anointed with the oil of the Holy Spirit, would now become God's dwelling place. Jacob returned a tenth to the Lord, which is symbolic of giving back to God ALL in principle of that which he had been (same as Abraham who tithed). He would return to His Father's house in peace. This is an exact parallel to the story of the prodigal son returning to his own Father's house. Jacob was given food to eat by God Himself, and clothing to put on, the same as the prodigal son.
The theomatics to do with the redemption of the fallen angels themselves, is all through these words and phrases. Much more could be added.