We call this Golden Eagle Billow the “Prophetic Seer Anointing Billow.”It is surrounded with the covenant colors of the rainbow of God’s promises.
As you use this as a Billow you are releasing a Prophetic Seer anointing into the atmosphere.
You have a choice of a 9 ft. long Billow or a 12 ft. long billow. They are 44 inches wide. They are hand painted silk.
You can also use the 9 ft. one as a veil/mantle to dance with and wrap in. It makes quite an impact whatever way you decide to use it. It comes with scriptural information and a beautiful organza bag.
The following information about the scriptural validation for the use of the Billow comes from the book Heavenly Impact.
Billows #1530 (Hebrew) gal: a heap, a spring or water, a wave primary root; galal: to roll, to commit, to flow down, to be rolled, and to roll oneself. Billows #4867 (Hebrew) mishbar: A breaker (of the sea) or wave. From # 7665 sha-bar: to burst forth, to bring to birth. #4866 mish-bare; the orifice of the womb (from which the fetus breaks forth): birth, breaking forth.
Water symbolizes deliverance among other things. Noah and his family were delivered through the deep waters, which saved the human race. Jonah was delivered through the deep waters, to come forth and birth a revival of repentance in the hearts of the people of Nineveh, which saved a town. Jonah became a sign and a wonder, which put the fear of God in the people’s hearts. Moses was supernaturally delivered through the water as a baby.
“Birthing the purposes of God with the Billows”
Billow Chapter exercises and prophetic activation’s “ The Wave offering ” Beginning with the offering of ourselves to the Lord, renewing our vows to Him, and committing to co-labor with the Holy Spirit, ushers in the release or birthing of the harvest of souls into the Kingdom of God, or our symbolic birth into our destiny. One of the definitions of the Billow has the word commit in it. As the billows rise and fall rhythmically, and as we move about among them, we are physically becoming the wave offering. II Cor 8:5 “And this they did, not as we hoped, but first gave their own selves to the Lord, and unto us by the will of God.”
Psalm 85:11 “Truth shall spring out of the earth.” (billow ascend) and righteousness shall look down from heaven “(billow descend.)
It is good to do a wave offering, one time up and down, between the movements. This gives you time to get in synchronization, especially if more than one billow is being used. “Commitment Kiss ” We renew our commitment to the Lord with a holy kiss movement (a kiss symbolically seals the wedding covenant.)
Psalm 61:8 “So will I sing praise unto thy name for ever, that I may daily perform my vows.”KJV.
Billow ascends, which brings your arms up in the air. The people holding onto each end move together, to the center, wrists touching. As the billow is descending, they move backward bowing low returning to their position.
Psalm 85:10 “Mercy and truth are met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other”. “Change or Transition movement”
As the billow goes up, the dancers on each end move forward and meet in the center. They each move to the right as they cross to switch places. As you get to your position, the billow is coming down, turn outward or to the right so the billow doesn’t twist. Dancers can then billow up again continuing the flow smoothly. “Birthing the Harvest”
Billows line up. As they billow up they form a tunnel. The billow at the back of the tunnel moves forward, (under the other billows as they are up in the air) tipped up on its side, pushing air and the dancer who is in front of it forward as it comes to the front. The next one in line also begins to follow the first through the tunnel. This should be done in succession. The dancer or dancers are moving into position so that they can be just ahead of the billow that is moving forward. In effect the dancer is the point of contact, a visual demonstration of a baby being birthed in praise.
This movement is powerful in the spiritual realm however it is performed. You can use one billow and one dancer or several billows with one or more dancers. This movement symbolizes birthing and deliverance, new life, new way, freedom from the depths. When a baby is born in the natural it is called a delivery. The baby is delivered through the breaking of the waters. (breakthrough.)
“Hallelujah Turn for Rolling your burdens unto the Lord” A wonderful finish is the Hallelujah turn. The dancers on either end of the billow will make a complete turn when the billow ascends. They will turn in the same direction to avoid twisting the billow – clockwise or counterclockwise. As you practice this you will figure out which way is best.
Their hands will be extended above their heads, hanging on to the billow. When we hold our hands up and turn in a circle, we are releasing all concerns to the Lord, proclaiming he will turn our mourning (concerns) into dancing. He will turn the situation around.