The illustration shown above is a known signature of the Synoptic Gospel, where Peter, James and John were then appointed to see an ideal manifestation of the “coming” Messiah. This also manifests the prophetical pronunciation of the Book of Malachi, which spakes saying “I shall send Elijah before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord”(Malachi 4:5). The Transfiguration also depicts the Shekinah Glory in its most wondrous form, and is not some thing to take lightly. It represents the logos in its most fashionable way.
The “Shekinah Glory” expresses the combined image and glorious form of Yahweh. With it, the cherubims (celestial beings) complement the fullness of its manifestation and should also be referred to when indicating the pre-existence of the “logos”‘ (Christ).