Israel emerged at the start
of the day
They are the ones with the tree of life
They have the inheritance of God's Power
The book of Genesis has been grossly altered by scribes who
were acting under the impressions created by false gods and sun worship. There are,
however, passages that remain that tell a far different story than that told in
To begin with the aim was to make God into a man and not the
Spirit of the Universe. It was also to give men supreme power over the earth and
women. This was an Islamic move which started because men had, by this time, given
themselves the power to become gods.
Alexander, the Macedonian king who raided and occupied most of
the eastern regions between the Mediterranean and India wanted the people to act
in unison. He called on Ptolomy, his satrap in Alexandria, to compile a book from
which this would happen. This is when the seventy men were called together and
they compiled what became known as the Septuagint (seventy men).
They took works from around the empire and incorporated them
into it. This is verified in the following passages:
". . . seeest what they do? even the
great abominations that the house of Israel commits here, that I should go far
from my sanctuary? but turn thee yet again, and thous shalt see greater
abominations." Ezekiel 8:6
The House of Israel were the members
of the 12 tribes, including the Jews. They were conditioned in Babylon, that is
they carried the Islamic ideas in their heads and they were sun worshipers.
And there stood before them seventy men
of the ancients of the house of Israel . . . with every man his censer in his
hand: and a thick cloud of incense went up." Ezekiel 8:11
Censers were used to send smoke upwards
to the sun. They are still a feature in the Catholic mass. 'Ancients' refers to
those who have last. That is now in our time. We are the ancients because we have
reincarnated and live many times before.
. . . He said . . . thou shall see
greater abominations . . . in the door of the gate of the lord's house which was
towards the north, and behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz""Ezekiel 813-14
'Tammuz' is the reverse of 'Summit' which
is the hill on which god-men died to marry Mary. They were called Tammuz for
. . . he brought me into the inner
court . . . between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men,
with their backs toward the temple . . . and their faces towards the east; and
they worshipped the sun towards the east." Ezekiel 8:16
As this involved all the houses of
Israel it is only those who can escape the idolatry and who are entered into the
book of life that will be spared. All others are to go.
". . . Is it a light thing to the
house of Judah that they commit the abominations which they commit here? For they
have filled the land with violence. and have returned to provoke me to anger;
and lo, they put the branch to their nose.
Therefore will I also deal in fury; mine eye shall not spare, neither will I
have pity: and thou they cry in my ear with a loud voice, yet will I not hear
Ezekiel 8: 17,18
This was the great sin of Judah. The branch is the continuation of the religion
of Islam and the punishment the jews have endured for over 2,000 years is proof
of the anger of God towards them. Yet, the New Testament proclaims that God sent
a Jew as the Son of God to save Israel. Could anything be of more contrast.
It was meant, however, as a stumbling block to trick those
who have no spiritual connection and to imprison those who have, according to
And he shall be for a sanctuary;
but for a stone of stumbling and for a rock of offence to both the houses of
Israel, for a gin and for a snare to the inhabitants of Jerusalem." Isaiah 8:14
The inhabitants of Jerusalem infers those
who follow the false prophets and the religions that call this city their home.
They include Christians, Jews, and Muslims. In fact, all who have been born of
the Islamic faith of Babylon.
Not until it is all explained and understood will the meaning
behind the stumbling block come to life. It is there to prevent those who are not
of the Spirit from finding their way into the tree of life.
"And many among them shall stumble. and
fall, and be broken, and be snared, and be taken."Isaiah 8:15
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