Ezek. 1:11, 12 Thus were their (4) faces, (the knuckles):
their (12) wings, (three upon each of the four fingers), were stretched upward; two (finger-like) wings, (paired together),
every one (of these hands) were joined one to another, (in the appearance of a fan-like threshing fork: [Matthew 3:12]), and (the) two
(paired sets, when clenched), covered their bodies,
(the palms). And they went every one straight forward,
(not like flapping wings of birds): whither the (sevenfold)
was to go, (the seven Spirits of God: [Rev 4:5]),
went; and they turned not (as birds) when they went.
the likeness of the living creatures, (these sacred
hands of the Kohanim priests), their appearance was (too bright to look upon by the congregation), like burning coals of fire, (like the "seven lamps of fire burning before the throne:" [Rev. 4:5]), and like the appearance of (seven) lamps, (the seven Spirits of God: [Rev 4:5]): it, (the cued mnemonics
of the Word), went up and down, (written upon the digits
on the fingers), among the (four faced) living creatures (symbolized on these hands, hence, the congregation must cover their
heads with the shawl); and the fire was (too) bright (that men should look upon these hands), and out of the fire (on the sacred Word written upon these fingers) went forth lightning (of the Word, encoded and cued for memory by the secret manna, [Rev 2:17], of the pattern of the temple, organized into these graphic sets of seven, twelve, and three).
living creatures, (the hands of the Aaronic priests),
ran, (stretching outwardly), and returned (in the drama of their presentations before the congregation) as the appearance of a flash of lightning, (lightnings and thunderings of the scripture from the voices of the
Kohans]: [Rev 4:5]).