The book of Jonah is about the 3 days of worldwide darkness that is coming, and in chapter 4 mentioned of “booth”, which it is referring to the feast of booth; Sukkot or Succoth. The east side as the east direction points to 3 o’clock at Sivan. Sivan is ranging from August as a reference for September. The word “city” refers to the promotion of the bride as normally there are many high rise buildings and towers in the city, comparing to towns that mainly consist of low rise buildings and houses.
11 He made darkness his secret place; his pavilion round about him were dark waters and thick clouds of the skies.
5 For in the time of trouble he shall hide me in his pavilion: in the secret of his tabernacle shall he hide me; he shall set me up upon a rock.
Psalm 18 is about the 3 days of worldwide darkness, because from verse 7-9 it describes graphically about the 6th seal worldwide quake, the volcanic smoke of Revelation 9, and eventually the darkness. The word “pavilion” and “tabernacle” obviously refer to the feast of booths, and Sukkot as the marker for this time.
The word “booth” means a “temporary tent” as a place of dwelling and shelter. The word “chuppah” from the Jewish wedding means “cover” and a canopy with 4 poles covered with cloth. The word “tent” means “poles with cloth” and “covering”, which is matching the meaning of chuppah. The word “pavilion” means a “tent” as well.