They continue with the Temple descriptions (and get another Red Bull because this isn't even close to ending).
The bronze guy shows Ezekiel the Temple nave, more pilasters (which are like fake pillars built into a wall, for the record), the inner room, and its sidewalls. This inner room is the most holy place, says the bronze guy.
Then it's on to the walls of the Temple, the sidechambers, offsets and supports and foundations of the sidechambers, a passageway, and a stairway around the Temple. Bronze dude gives out measurements galore, and notes that the Temple gets wider as it goes up each story.
There's a raised platform all around the Temple.
The building facing the Temple yard and its wall is measured out as well.
God's Crib Continued
From there, it's on to the measurements of the depth of the Temple, its yard, the east Temple front, and galleries.
Oh, and let's not forget that the nave, the inner room, and the outer vestibule are paneled and have windows with recessed frames.
The Temple itself is paneled with wood and it uses a pattern with a palm tree between two cherubs. Each cherub has two faces, one of a human and one of a young lion. This is carved on the whole Temple, from the wall to the floor to above the door.
Next, he describes the doorposts of the nave, the wood altar in front of the holy place, and the double door for the nave and the holy place, applying the same cherub-and-palm tree design on them.
Then he describes the canopy of wood in front of the vestibule outside, and the recessed windows and palm trees on the sidewalls of the vestibule.