“and he is saying (son of me) behold ! The human he became as one from us to to know of good and evi
l and [at] least he is stretching -forth hand of him and he takes moreover from the tree of lives and he-eats and he lives for eon.” (LC)
Kish Sumer 3500 BC Earliest known writing of the Akkadian Empire
Quantum Particles (Thoughts ) Communicated Through Time Present to Past
For clarification the Old Testament is a piece of Naru literature it contains historical figures , objects or things that mark a trail for you to follow to your nativity. It could be considered in a small degree a pseudo-autobiography. The difference being is that the truth is vailed in idiomatic expressions instead of fictional narratives. If we are not taught how to read this literary composition then we are forever lost in the vacuum of space and time spinning out of control. E.G;
Last blog I made the statement that Michal of the Old Testament was the real Arch-Angel in the verse Jude 9 : 9; (KJV)
el the archangel, when contending with the devil he disputed about the body of Moses, durst not bring against him a railing accusation, but said, The Lord rebuke thee.
When you ensnare men you use thier own words against them. The items crossed through are words and the letter e that should not be there. Now we have 3 thoughts ot contend with, e..g;
- Michal’s story is recorded in the first Book of Samuel, where it is said in 1 Samuel 18:20 and 18:28 that Michal loved David.
King Saul invited David to marry Michal. David replied, “I am a poor and lightly esteemed man”, meaning that he was unable to provide a bride price. Saul then advised him that no bride price was required except for the *foreskins of 100 Philistines. David took part in a further battle, killed 200 Philistines, and brought their foreskins to Saul as a double bride price.
*foreskin is an idiomatic expression where does your heart lie.
In the biblical narrative, Michal chooses the welfare of David over the wishes of her father. When Saul’s messengers search for David in order to kill him, Michal sends them away while pretending she is ill and laid up in bed. She lets David down through a window and hides teraphim in his bed as a ruse.
While David was in hiding from his Father in Law, King Saul, he gave Michal as a wife to Palti son of Laish and the story goes on and it is not really germane to Jude 9.
After Michal was returned to David, she criticized him for dancing in an undignified manner, as he brought the Ark of the Covenant to the newly captured Jerusalem in a religious procession
This is the railing accusation against Moses ; she criticized him for dancing in an undignified manner, as he brought the Ark of the Covenant.
Michal stood up for the Morality of the Ark of the Covenant which were written in her heart over the objections of her father King Saul. She was the youngest of the sisters she had an older sister by the name of Merab.
For thus saith the LORD of hosts; After the glory hath he sent me unto the nations which spoiled you: for he that toucheth you toucheth the apple of his eye.
Daughters are always the angels of their fathers eyes there is an arch a bond between them and thier father. She remained faithful to King David but King David was not faithful to her. She stayed true to her heart as the story goes she was childless the rest of her life.
King Saul groomed her made her a helpmeet .
LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.
King Saul gave her away as a wife to another man but she remained faithful. Her father did it for political reasons to form an alliance with other kings sort of like what you are reading in the Kutha Legend. Fathers create human arch angels daughters sometimes for political reasons . But they, Daughters, remain true to thier convictions over the objections of others.
The devil in Jude 9:9 is referring to ,Michals father, King Saul the first king of Israel (1046 BC)
The Great Revolt Kutha Legend
(For) Enlil, his strength and llaba, the warrior of the gods—his clan god:
Naram-Sin, the mighty king—the king of Akkad—(the king of Israel king Saul)
*Elkanah “house of the patriarchs”
Then Abraham gave up the ghost, and died in a good old age, an old man, and full of years; and was gathered to his people.
Affection thoughts……Reflection thoughts…Isolate thoughts
Who caused you to lose faith in yourself.