EXODUS

We now come to one of the most dramatic chapters of these histories, the daring rescue of the Pandava's mother and their family members.

 

As the Bible reflects constantly of the clash between the archaic and new religions, it is rather difficult here to discern the stories, but the Veda and Egyptian texts, as well as Gnostic texts, fill in the gaps quite nicely. As ages passed, the monotheism of Siva would be the dominant theme of the Bible, and unfortunately, the best histories of man muddled to this manner of thinking from the erroneous Eve to the harems of Solomon.

 

The terror and eroticism of the Bible are a direct link to the end of the Kingdoms of the Ennead and the new, dominated earth, as the lines of Judah, the lion, were supplanted by the goat of Siva.


The Moses of the early Hebrews and the Moses of later generations, seemed to be two different people entirely. We have already seen that it was Sargon of whom the tale about floating down the river in a basket was, not Moses'. Manetho claimed Moses was a very young man at the time of Exodus which reflects his character position in the Veda as a son of the Pandava, yet the Bible says he was 80.

 

Well, he no doubt was, for 80 would be his time nearing maturity, our version today of say, 18 or 20.

 

According to Gnostic literature, Moses is fighting Ethiopians, leaving Ay in Heliopolis, his grandfather, or their version of him in a polyandrous family. We know Siva obtained some sort of weaponry that turned day into darkness, used at Jericho, with flooding possible, and a myriad other evils called the Gandiva weapon in the Veda and Gigunu in Sumerian. and also spread much sickness with it according to these texts as we have seen. In this chapter we intend to discern just what occurred at Exodus with its attending marvels.


I do not believe in Velikovsky's earthquake theory, nor colliding planets as the cause of Exodus.

 

The former however, would not cause the illnesses we see written and if the latter occurred neither you nor I would be here today. The Khamsin wind that blows for fifty days each year and creates billows of dust and colors making the Nile "like blood" would not be an unusual occurrence to the Egyptians.

 

The locusts, flies and frogs would have come from an uncontrolled environment where agriculture is not holistically practiced as it should be today. This was certainly not Egypt, the last great holistic empire.

 

So, I believe we can rule vermin out, for obeying Nature's rules was the Egyptians hallmark; they knew the consequences if they did not. Pests as this develop when the land decays, breeding is out of control then and you get these 'plaques'. If there were earthquakes, the Egyptians could not have been alarmed, for surely they observed the erratic behavior of insects before storms and they are well known for being excited before earthquakes.

 

In 373 B.C.E., Greek historians recorded worms, centipedes, beetles, snakes, weasels and rats gathered in profusion five days before an earthquake. Somehow, I just cannot envision people bright enough to build the pyramids upset by the movements of insects! We know from Egyptian sources that a battle did take place according to a shrine of black granite found in el-Arish, a border town between Egypt and Palestine, recording the battles which a King Thorn (Thutmosis?) directed against Heliopolis.

 

The Pharaoh gathered his forces to repulse this attack:

"his majesty of Shou went to bottle against the companions of Apopi."

The classic connection is here:

"Now when the majesty of Ro-Harmachis fought with the evil-doers in this pool, the Place of the Whirlpool, the evil-doers prevailed not over his majesty. His majesty leapt into the so-called Place of the Whirlpool."

The 'evil-doers' in this case being the Anunnaki and I do not think his majesty leapt into the pool on purpose!

 

We will return later to this.


There were no doubt many 'plagues,' that is attacks, that upset the peoples lives if we go by the Ebers medical text. When an official met Solomon, sent by Sheba, he suffered from elephantiasis, so it is claimed, while one Chenephres, who became King briefly at Memphis and Heliopolis, was said to be struck down with elepantiasis at the time of Oil's fall. This is the same time span it seems of Solomon going by these similar ailments and the Veda accounts.

 

Of Chenephres, Artapanus states.

"He encountered this fate because he had enjoined the Jews to wear linen garments and put on no woolen clothing, so that they might be conspicuous and be punished by him."

But these were not Jews per se, but Nibiruians who wisely began wearing both linen and wool which both retard radiation to be indeed "conspicuous" in their change to quite effeminate clothing, but which could not be helped while the Anunnaki, like Chenephres, were running around with "elephontiosis," or rather radiation burns.

 

Is it not peculiar how officials from Sheba and Chenephres, as well as others, always get these skin ailments when they subdue someone!


In Artapanus' history of Moses, we have a indirect parallel to the Veda and Egyptian histories.

"Artaponus says in his "On the Jews" that when Abraham had died and his son Mempsasthenoth and also the king of the Egyptians, his son Palmanothes succeeded lo domination."

Palmanothes seems to be Akhenaten here for he was a king of the Egyptians, who before Exodus had been able to ascend in rank and elevate his so called son, Smekhare to kingship.

 

This only came about as Amenophis III (Abraham) had died, here confused with Indra who seems to be the Biblical Abraham. What made Exodus so difficult was that because the Ennead had briefly gained a small victory, it was lost as other family members of the Anunnaki took over, namely Siva.

 

Artapanus then states that Palmanothes,

"treated the Jews badly. First he built Sais and founded the temple there. Then he established the shrine at Heliopolis."

Well, he did treat the "Jews" badly, but they were not the Nibiruian peoples, but the Hyskos who would later call themselves Hebrews as they adopted their customs. The Hyskos gave everyone trouble and had even briefly reigned in Egypt.

 

Artapanus then says he had a daughter named Merris but if we follow the Egyptian and Veda, this may be Meritaten, daughter of Draupadi and sister to Tutankhamen. Artapanus further states she was wed to Chenephres but he may be filling in the role of Akhenaten here.

 

The point here is Chenephres came to power and now would clash with Moses, the two constantly at odds with one another as Moses tried to help his sister and three brothers, as the second oldest. At the same time, Moses tried to elevate his people to keep them from being harassed by the Anunnaki.

 

He was known as "Mousoeus" by the Greeks and was said to be the teacher of the famed occultist Orpheus.

"As a grown mon he bestowed mony useful benefits on mankind, for he invented boats and devices for stone construction and the Egyptian arms and the implements for drawing water and for worfare, and philosophy."

It was further stated by Artapanus that he,

"divided the state into 36 nomes and appointed for each of the nomes the god lo be worshiped, and for the priests the sacred letters, and that they should be cats and dogs and ibises. He also allotted a choice area lo the priests."

The 36 nomes again interesting, for this is the number of Gods who ruled Egypt. I doubt Moses had direct influence, but he no doubt supported the priests who of the old regime tried to keep the books from being corrupted.

 

The Anunnaki were most unorganized and knew not how to run a country and established the Ennead family to help them and Moses,

"did all these things for the sake of maintaining the monarchy firm for Chenephres, for formerly the masses were disorganized and would at one time expel kings, at others appoint them, often the same people but sometimes others. "

A people who built such a vast empire unorganized? The indication of a new regime and takeover here is most evident!

 

Siva knew he had to try and keep the good of the people at heart or he would surely lose the empire, keeping them subdued but happy, with the Ennead figureheads before them.

"On account of these things then Moses was loved by the masses, and was deemed worthy of godlike honor by the priests and called Hermes, on account of the interpretation of the scared letters."

Hermes here is a translation of "Thoth" of Egypt.


Siva's plan was well directed, but Moses soon ran into trouble with Akhenaten:

"But when Chenephres saw the excellence of Moses he was envious of him and sought to destroy him on some specious pretext. Chenephres supposed he had found a convenient opportunity and sent Moses against them as a general with an army. But he put together a host of formers for him, supposing that he would be easily destroyed by the enemy on account of the weakness of the soldiers. When Moses came to the district called Hermopolis, with about a hundred thousand formers, he pitched camp there.

 

He sent generals to blockade the region, and these gained notable advantage in battles. He (Artopanus) says that the Heliopitans assert that this war lasted ten years. Those around Moses founded a city in that place on account of the size of the army, and mode the ibis sacred there because it destroys the creatures which harm men. They called it Hermopolish (the city of Hermes)."

Note that there is no spiritual worship of the ibis, it is installed to do what it does best, eat snakes which had been a problem.

 

The Egyptians at this point of their history were more concrete in their thinking, no mysticism or religion which would come later when the civilization deteriorated and they could no longer relate to nature. Before, Chenephres had met with Moses to inquire of "him if there was anything else that is of benefit to men" in their restoration projects to which Moses replied the oxen were needed to plow the land and be used as food.

 

These special cattle with the beautiful disc-like shaped horns are few today and seen among certain African tribes. But later Chenephres at the temple had the "creatures which Moses had made sacred" buried, destroyed.

 

Enlil or Yudhisthira was renowned for his animal husbandry and agricultural prowess as were his sons. Moses also brought to the Ethiopians the practice of circumcision to try and rehabilitate them and they came to love him as much as his people in Egypt.

 

When this particular war had ended, he returned to Egypt where Chenephres was much hated by the people and "repudiated him."

"Chenephres received him favorably in speech but plotted against him in deed."

At this time Meritaten died, and as we will see Akhenaten had a hand in it, while Moses found that his family had been deposed in rank.

 

He was informed Chenephres plotted to kill him but not until he was given the task of entombing his sister by Chenephres orders where he hoped to catch Moses off guard and kill him, but he escaped. Aaron seems to have informed him, who could have been another brother as the Bible states, as we know according to the Veda and Egyptian texts there were five sons. Aaron would later accompany his brother out of Egypt. There were no sons of Aaron, they may have been other relatives.


Moses then fled across the Nile from Memphis where Chanethothes, an assassin hired by Chenephres, lay in wait. He jumped upon him, dagger in hand, but Moses, true to his Nibiru ancestry, was faster with his sword. He then fled to Arabia. With Egypt lost, the Ennead had attempted to rebuild Mesopotamia and build up defenses.

 

Nippur was rebuilt where "Enlil and Ninlil were happy," and where it seems Draupadi was restored to life and remained with her brothers until the end of the earth's battles. Ur was founded and ruled by Ur-Nammu (the Joy or Ur), a man whose mother was the Goddess Ninsum with a mortal father.

 

Unbounded in spirit, Enlil tried again to restore mankind and morality briefly prospered. Their military affairs were stepped up as Lagash was taken as well as other cities which were deployed to thwart Siva. Even Sumer had a period of peace.

 

Ur-Nammu was given the "Divine Weapon" to overcome the "evil cities " in "foreign lands ":

The Divine Weapon,
that which in the hostile lands
heaps up the rebels in piles,
to Ur-Nammu, the Shepherd,
He, the Lord Enlil, has given it to him;
Like a bull to crush the foreign land,
Like a lion to hunt it down;
To destroy the evil cities,
Clear them of opposition to the Lofty.

Quite the weapon that can smote others far away!

 

Meanwhile, Jerusalem and Egypt swarmed with concubines and plural wives which would later be attributed to the courts of David and Solomon. One Shulgi, installed at Jerusalem, emulated the Ennead with his poetry and hymns and fell into self-indulgence refraining from duties and believing himself just as forthright as the gods and it is of him whom the Psalms of David were composed which are very similar to Sumerian compositions. His reign soon crumpled as his battle prowess started to fall and he was eliminated by the 'will of the gods.'


When Moses had fled, those around him had wanted to attack On promptly, but Moses told how strong their forces had become.

 

In Arabian history, the story of "Mises" who fled to the "sons of the snakes" is well known and revealing; the 'snakes', his fathers, while according to Josephus his marriage to Zipporah is pure fiction for he was married to Thorbis (Thermuthis), daughter of the King of Ethiopia. This could certainly have meant Meritaten, for Ay was king of Ethiopia for a brief while.

Moses then "determined to lead a hostile force against the Egyptians."

 

Negotiations were attempted, knowing that if they had to use their destructive weaponry more disaster would ensue. Moses then approached On and they bid him entrance, or he may have attempted to secretly approach, but he was found out and they placed him in prison.

 

Knowing all the tricks, he opened the doors at night and made his escape and sounding so very similar to the Veda, some of the guards were killed while others were "relaxed by sleep and their weapons broken," says Artapanus.

 

The guards to the Pharaoh were "relaxed" as well and he slipped past them and entered the Pharaoh's quarters thereby waking him who was,

"astonished at what had happened and bade Moses say the name of the god who had sent him, mocking him." Moses, "bent forward and pronounced it into his ear. When the king heard it, he fell down speechless" but revived when taken hold of by Moses.

He wrote the name of the "God" on a tablet and sealed it, and one of the priests who "disparaged what was written on the tablet died with a convulsion."

 

Rama had indeed returned, hovering above, just as others quaked in the Veda when they thought he had returned. Also, what else was it that Moses had whispered in the Pharaoh's ear? Had they attained the "Divine Weapon" as Sumerian texts tell us? Or, more likely, did they threaten to use it? Was there some relation between it and the Ark?


Passover should be a magnificent celebration, for it is one of man's finest tributes to the Gods who liberated their people from the hands of the rule of Siva. However, when Rama came to them, they were not the same people he knew. Through enforced miscegenation, and physical suffering, they had changed in their appearances and behaviors, blackening the pure lines of the Nibiruian Dynasty.

 

They were a confused, troubled people who had seen much. How disheartened the Ennead must have been. We can also come to the realization through these pages, which the Bible hides, of the fact Moses himself was one of the Gods, and the picture thus brightens substantially.

 

It is truly unbelievable how much the Bible interpretations through the ages concealed so much through these varied representations.

 

For instance the line,

"and when Moses came down from Mount Sinai, he held two tablets of the testimony, and he did not know that his face was horned from conversation with the Lord."

In the King James Version the authors wrote only, "the skin of his face shone," as they equated horns with the devil and it would have alarmed the public.

 

This translation pacified them for they were not enlightened or disbelieved his true physiology. Man was made in God's image, but which one? The Nibiru and the Anunnaki all had horns, but the former were as those on Michelangelo's Moses, and the Anunnaki like a goat or ram (We will later delve into the genetic vs. teratogenetic ramifications of these osteological protuberances.).

 

The Bible treats Moses as a mortal which, by no means was he as such. He was one of the sons of the Gods, the Pandava, son of Draupadi and her brothers, and Rama his grandfather who would hover above in his pillar of smoke to oversee the exodus of his people, emerged himself in a titanic battle in the heavens as Siva tried to stop them.

 

To say the Bible or any other account from this time is myth, would be very wrong however, something did happen, but what is the question.

 

We have people born to nature and aware of its workings suddenly upset by them. The Khamsin winds for instance, occur for fifty days of each year now (however, they may not have back then) and have been turning the Nile blood-red for ages, so why was this unusual? But, let us retrace again and see if we can discern what did occur.


According to the Bible, "there were about six-hundred thousand men on foot, besides women and children," who followed Moses out of Egypt and who would bring untold misery to Moses.

 

Egyptians tell us about Exodus but nothing of their defeat, obviously, but it was not exactly a total defeat as we will see. The Bible's rendition is more Anunnaki bent in a tricky sort of way. By placing Moses as mortal under the guiding hand of the very god he is fighting, distracts us and gives support to Siva which tells the readers to abandon all self confidence and rely and move only on a sign from above.

 

The Bible calls Moses, "slow of speech and tongue" (Ex. 4:10-17) which does not coincide with Gnostic literature as we have seen.

 

Who was Pharaoh, Ramses II or Amenhotep II? Both probably, there were 36 nomes, 36 gods who physically ruled, all contemporaneous, so the Egyptian and Veda texts tells us. All these events are a composite from the time of Cheops to the Rameses lines, each an actor in this great tragedy.


In northern Syria on the shore near Ras Shamra at Ugarit in 1928 the stone of a burial vault was found. A great treasury of art was found therein, but the library tablets were the jewels. They used Sumerian and Akkadian and Hebrew inscriptions which means we have Hebrew used hundreds of years before the Israelites entered Canaan(!)

 

It was also an alphabetic writing here in the fifteenth century! And, it was not primitive but in an advanced state!

 

But the real find was that they had the Bible already written with all the battles listed only instead of Yhwh it was the god EI. The Ras Shamra texts read much like the Rig Veda with Baal fighting El. Canaan, as the oldest name for Palestine, was called "the whole land of El."

 

So, just how old these events are, and the people involved, is very hard to determine. Nonetheless, for a man with the horns of wisdom on his head to have done what he did, Moses was certainly not slow of tongue! Aaron is supposed to be his spokesman in the Bible in parts but he is not even mentioned in gnostic literature as his hand-holder.


Whatever Moses demanded or said to Ramses II, or whomever, the latter was not willing to give it. namely the hostages.

 

Siva had meanwhile planted himself in Jerusalem having proclaimed himself die one true god:

"It is a glorious region of God's Land, it is indeed my place of delight. I have made it for myself... I know them. I am their wise lord, I am the begetter Amen-Ra."

The House of David, Judah, had rebelled while others had fallen under the spell as Enlil lost the empire and the term Israelite which meant "fought with God" now meant Rama, not Siva.

 

Through these combined histories it is easy to see how Jerusalem fell preceding Exodus while the entire Middle East then fell to the Anunnaki. The entire episode is drawn out in the Bible as if it took years to happen when it may have been 50 - 100 at the most. There were many who took advantage of the situation such as Jeroboam the Ephraimite, a subject of Solomon, sounding very much like Sahadeva whom Enlil presumably ran to the ground in the chariot races in the arena.

 

However. Jeroboam brought the cult of Apis to entice people to Jerusalem as Siva set up his idols there through the help of Thutmosis III and pronounced himself ruler. Again sounding like the Veda, Solomon sought his life and for the deception he fled to Egypt to Thutmosis III.


Whether Moses had an ark with him or not is not known, but he had the almighty staff. As we will see the ark was lost and won many times but there was one in On. But here again was the old problem; everyone was equal in arms and so commenced one of the greatest "Clashes of the Titans." Exodus has no basis in philosophy, certainly none in religion for it was more substantial.

 

But, it was one of the most exciting rescues and acts of revenge ever perpetrated in the ingenuity and bravery involved. If anything, it did show that the Ennead cared for their people for they could have just rescued the immediate family and forgotten the rest, but much was attempted at one time.


One of the ironic, and telltale signs, was that the campaign was begun in April, the most magnetically charged month of the year and which gives credence to the events as to what they were doing. April is well known as the 'tragedy month'; many wars have begun and ended here, people have met their fates, a month to be weary of for the forces of nature run rather amuck in the change of seasons which, according to the ancients, are not normal.


The Plague of Blood was a raising of the muds of the Nile by whatever force this rod produced. It had the power to change into a snake, or at least make the person believe it did, which is not too hard to do by altering the resonances of the brain. He could apparently change the atmospheric pressure above the waters such as occurs on a hot afternoon in summer when a storm is approaching and you can watch water bubbles bring sand particles to the surface.

 

Moses also did this in wooden buckets and stone jars which would not be difficult for if it were Nile, not spring water, the heavy iron sediments would produce the same thing. But when he raised the iron particles, he also killed the fish at the same time. If these events could not be explained I doubt Pharaoh would have been so calm.

 

His magicians could to the same thing, "by their secret arts," (Ex 7:14-24) which roughly translated means, "we have staffs too, you Ibis-headed baboon!"

 

This raising of the 'blood' in waters was oft seen, and is recorded in the Ipuwer papyrus, but it was risen by another force of radiation we will see much later here in Egypt. However, seven days passed until the Plague of Frogs.

 

If the water became that bad the little froggies would have leapt from the water which the fish could not do. Surely, there were frogs all over, for we must remember this was April, eggs were in abundance, and if Moses was using electromagnetic power, he could have hastened their growth. He merely quickened their development spontaneously - they must have had frogs knee-deep!

 

We have done this with insects today through electromagnetism.

"This is what the Lord says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me. If you refuse to lei them go, I will plague your whole country with frogs."

He was not kidding!

 

Aaron was the one who enticed the frogs, but again this is old hat to Pharaoh's magicians who do the same, Pharaoh  says if Moses will return the frogs he will let his people go but he continually stalls as if waiting for someone to come and help him which he no doubt was, and he just keeps buying time. Moses had meanwhile made all the frogs die in stinking heaps.

 

Now, when you get done reading all this step back and take a good look. This is all child's play, these are boys playing games which is just what we have, the young Pandava sons and the young Rameses II, seemingly old to us in deeds, but very young, still teenagers, involved in very amateurish tricks like children.

 

Surely, the Lord of the Bible if he wanted his people bad enough, would just take them and forget all this 'kinderspiel'!

 

We must stop and think, however, that Moses had a very personal vendetta, as Siva had killed his two brothers and sister. I also stop and think that, given Rameses superb physiology and deeds, other than this, he may have been a very close relative who may have been influenced by EMR as the brothers were, being manipulated to do what he did here at Exodus. Maybe this is why Moses stalled so.

 

Was Rameses one of the Ennead fathers or brothers? The Plague of Gnats was created when the dust of the ground was disturbed by the staff, but the magicians could not top this one, nor the plague of flies. I am surprised the magicians could do nothing as flies are most easy to affect.

 

One study exposed a wild-type of Drosophila melanogaster to 2450 MH for fifty-five minutes with an "intense field, which dramatically changed their body weight and because flies are black body radiator's it is easy to do. All it takes is a power density of around 1.044 x 105 W/m2 to raise the fly's body temperature 1 degree above an ambient of 25 degrees Celsius.

 

This may be why the magicians could not do it for the staff did not have to be as high powered, in other words. Moses had the new 'fluctuating model' thanks to Arjuna's flight to Rama! Flies, like frogs, would have abounded as studies have shown particular radiations do have an effect on larva development.


Next, the poor animals got it from the wrath of God. All horses, donkeys, camels, cattle, sheep and goats die, but not the Hebrew's animals, which may mean the latter were feeding theirs differently. Moses could only effect what he did because each animal from a gnat to a horse has different thermal responses which is why these 'plagues' are separate.

 

The killing of the animals seemed to be needed, unfortunately, to scare them into submission for the captives were more important.


The Plague of Boils is spread by the use of the electrical properties of the staff upon the soot of furnaces which was supposedly thrown into the air. Some think these were boils manifested from the insect bites that had to occur but lesions to develop to the size of boils takes at least two to eight weeks, while Moses' boils are immediate, which would have to be caused from an energy source.

 

The boil of the Bible could not be caused then by any staphylococci. Even at minor radiation exposure, the first wave invades the protoplasm which affects the atomic level to produce ion pairs which combine with cell water producing free radicals such as H and OH which in turn reacts to produce H2O2 and HO2.

 

These react with nucleic acids and enzymes. The cell is killed outright, or injured, and can take days or years before damage is noticed, so whatever Moses hit them with was quite strong. As we will later see in our study of mummies, these Pharoanic lines were developing many peculiarities and dying off with no successors.

 

Many people had to have been affected by all this very dangerous horseplay. Erythema multiforme or nodosity may have resulted, but abscesses are very common with midlethal ranges of about 300 rads, not enough to kill outright, but the damage is done, even with transepidermal injury.

 

Whatever it was, the magicians did not have the power to fight it and they were afflicted too.

"But the Lord hardened Pharaoh's heart and he would not listen to Moses and Aaron just as the Lord had said."

(Ex. 9:8-12)

Why in heavens name would the Lord make it hard on Moses by hardening Pharaoh's heart?

 

This makes no sense until you remember they had two gods to contend with which later generations who translated all this could not understand. It seems Moses now had the power, but Rameses the prisoners, and with Siva and Rama fighting it out overhead - an Egyptian stand off!


The hail and locusts are again a result of the magnetism, and locusts could easily be raised having a different thermal rate. Locusts had always been kept in check by the old regime for they kept the ecological balance, so that it was a terrible calamity is no surprise.

 

Moses emulated nature as to what happened during the 1930's in the southwestern dustbowl which stirred the locusts to rise, the same principal; a ten year magnetic flux of the sun upset the area of the country most vulnerable, disturbing nature which brought locusts. Moses does it all in a matter of a few days, yet Rameses holds tight.


Perhaps the most pertinent event, and significant as to what these people were doing, now takes place. Here is where we literally separate the Gods from the boys. The plan of the Lord is thus - he will kill all first born from tire son of Pharaoh  to cattle as well, except of course the Israelite first born. It seems now the Lord, or Rama, gets tough, for he should have not allowed young Moses to do all the other foolishness and gotten down to business and done this in the first place.

 

One can tell where the Lord gets upset with Moses as he is merely a boy pitting himself against a kinsman to see how far he can go. and Rama just seems to get fed up and tells him to get with it!

 

With each plague Rameses only became more embittered, even the severity of radiation does not quell his stubbornness, for they are all in possession of the same technical knowledge as Moses.

 

Moses seeks to retrieve his people at any cost now, so what sense would it make to kill only the first born? Would it be only wise to kill everyone in On so that his people could leave peacefully amongst the corpses? How could one possibly affect such a thing?

 

When I first read of this it practically jumped out at me, for the lines of Passover are so clear. The key is yeast!

 

The Lord tells the people to refrain from eating yeast until after the Exodus. If the Lord was Rama, no such warning would have been given for the true Hebrew as the Nibiruian Egyptians ate no yeast at all. This will take some explanation. Yeasts are single-celled, microscopic fungi of which there are about 160 species.

 

Like molds, they are part of the vegetable kingdom.

 

Some plants can change from a mold to a yeast and vice versa. They are caused by three major items working together - decay, dampness and darkness. They have no beneficial function to man, they are a result of decay of which they live on. When fruits and vegetables are picked they form on the skins, if a piece of fruit is bruised they hasten to the injury to feed off cells incapable of fighting back. Yeast lives inside baked bread, it is only killed on the crust.

 

The air is rampant with mold spores. They are also the major reason our lifespans are so short, if not one of the major contributors to mortality. Yeast as in baking or brewing, especially, promotes in our intestines what is called by some "healthy" intestinal flora.

 

There is no such thing. All molds and yeast germs are parasites of decay. Supposedly, a few types of yeast germs live on the mucous membranes of your stomach along with other "friendly" flora, but there is no such thing as "friendly" fungi.

 

One gets very sick by these organisms when the immune system, which they leach from, is weakened further.

 

If the organism is healthy, what are these germs doing there in the first place? Something health researchers do not seem to wonder about. If they do not make you ill outright, such as Candida Albicans, epidemic now, the body is still daily fighting to keep the little "bugaboos at bay which slowly drains nutrients from you which is why people feel lethargic after eating yeast or yeasted breads.

 

Our sugared diets feed these colonies and women especially suffer from many vaginal problems. (Antibiotics destroy the so-called "goad germs," allowing yeasts to thrive which are pretty strong to subdue. Antibiotics also destroy stomach and intestinal juices and linings as well as the immune system.)

 

Sinus, bronchitis, ear infections, poor memory, out-of-body experiences, headache; nervous disorders, drowsiness, muscle weakness, athlete's foot, skin problems, digestive disorders, bloating, gas, colds, blurred vision, even multiple sclerosis, and definitely cancer, can be attributed to these fungi which we purposely use and allow to develop by poor food storage and eating.

 

Another reason the Egyptians ate their food fresh. Processing induces spoilage in any food. The skin of meat prevents bacteria from entering but when a carcass is cut up they get in touch with the healthy muscle and unless eaten immediately, have no time to react to the air. The crispy chicken your mother serves yon is harboring over 10,000 little bacterium per square centimeter. Of course, if you obtain meat from any restaurant you can triple 'normal' amounts.

 

The Egyptians ate their fish fresh or out of the pools where fish were raised, for being cold blooded they have enzymes which react adversely and immediately once they leave their watery environment. Bacteria and mold break down the nutrient value of all foods as soon as they are dereft of their normal surroundings. Fruit loses it's sugars and nutrients as soon as picked as it is fighting to retain its life against them and abuse.

 

We are such wonderfully built organisms, our skins keep out toxins, our noses are lined with mucous and ciliary hairs and a proficient sinus system to entrap harmful particles and expel them from our lungs yet we abuse them with chemicals, poor diets, even our synthetic clothing which does not allow the skin to breathe and let the body work properly.

 

The Egyptians had linen so fine it was as silk. Linen lets the body breathe and is pest free unlike synthetic which can never be washed completely clean of body and environmental toxins which invites further molds. The Hebrews as Egyptians were "conspicuous," as we saw, for they were smart enough to know how to dress. Silk and cottons are wonderful fabrics as well.

 

However, when the body harbors any sort of parasite that means they must be fed.

 

Any nutrients you ingest will be used by your little neighbors too. Even if they do not cause outright illness the 'minor' effects are always there, fatigue, mental blocks, irritability, etc. Like Egyptians, the Orientals have been aware of this for centuries and used garlic as they did to rid the system of any or all intestinal germs. The main problem is when a mold enters the nose or skin, we are so weak from a nutritional standpoint we cannot fight off intruders and after years of this the body naturally starts to break down.

 

The use of chopsticks vs. fingers and forks which attract germs, helped them further fight it. Housewives fight a daily battle in their homes from all this mold and bacteria. This is another reason she should stay there and see her family gets fresh squeezed juice to drink, not store-bought, for the alcohol that develops in the latter attracts molds and yeast which begin to accumulate the minute a piece of fruit is picked and starting children off on this road which leaches iron and B-vitamins through the years contributes to alcoholism and drugs later and with a sugared diet they multiply even more.

 

Children, much less adults, cannot do well in school or on the job. The more yeast in ones system, the more sugar one will consume to feed the little darlings which demand so much. Women would not be so quick to run out the door if they realized all this and how they hold the lives of so many in their hands, but I doubt if andrics could even fathom this.

 

One major problem is B12, one of the big arguments between vegetarians and meat-eaters.

 

There is no known assimilated source for it other than meat and dairy products. That found in seaweed, soybeans and comfrey is on the plant, not in it, and produced by mold. One of the major flaws in the 'friendly flora" theory is intrinsic factor, a gastric juice substance in the lower part of the stomach which absorbs B12 . Most people have little or shockingly, none.

 

This produces various levels of anemia, the worst being pernicious. It can be genetically or self-induced from poor diets. Why would nature place a gastric juice capable of metabolizing B12, if organisms are supposed to do it according to many health researchers? Why burden a body with added organisms that rob its system to live?

 

Daily we break down at the cellular level because of this constant depletion of all our nutrients due to our guests. Aging is a direct result of this. Alcohol derived from this fermentation is a direct assault on the body's cells.

 

The Egyptians would think vis a very filthy people. Only nomads did as such! We have refined foods which has hastened our own degeneration such as removing phytic acid from wheat flour which is a valuable calcium catalyst and flour then becomes a calcium inhibitor.

 

An outbreak in Dublin of rickets among children in World War II would never have occurred if they had taken their sugar away and if the mothers had not added yeast to the wheat flour they received (white flour could not be processed because of the war.) This stripped the nutrients of the wheat and the Irish children, being red-headed suffered from hyperthyroid conditions which further leached calcium from their growing bodies.

 

We know that mothers pass these yeast molds through to the infant during gestation and when born; the little one is then doomed at birth. Our jokes about flatulence is a sad tribute to our ignorance for this is from putrefying foods and yeast which cause us to decay as we release methane back to the atmosphere. Yeast loves death, it is life for them at your expense.


If Rama was using some sort of device to separate the 'clean' from the 'unclean' it would not be hard to do. Even today we have sensors so strong they can detect body thermal temperatures and processes, such as the "Field Effect Monitor" invented by one Dr. Shafer, which allows detection of heartbeats without wiring, and consists of a copper plate sensing antenna.

 

One can even build an "Amazing People Detector" as it is called, to pick up fields around clothing, televisions, plants, people, etc. The easy detection of Hebrews would be primarily because of their physical resonances if they had retained their strict pure diets compared to the Anunnaki and the nomadic peoples.

 

Those 'kosher' would have had different body heat levels for their metabolisms would not be struggling with the poor diets as the others.

 

Yeast is one of the most favorite experimental subjects in radiation for it attracts microwaves like crazy. Hands and feet are normally cold in man because of a poor thyroid which reduces bone marrow's ability to produce red and white blood cells (thus lowering lifespan), thus oxygen transport and metabolic energy is too low as well as the immune system.

 

A yeast invaded body is stripped of copper, iron and zinc because of folic acid depletion which draws in radiations and the thyroid is also weakened which also attracts them. The blood loses its ability to protect; brain waves change drastically from copper and iron weakened bodies. The entire body heat output is changed dramatically, which would make it easy to pick up with any thermal detecting device.

 

The skin is deprived of 75-80% of its blood supply when people eat yeast, making them easy targets, which means if Rama came back today 90% of mankind would be smote by the Lord! If Moses' Hebrews were like any of the above, there would have been no reason to rescue them. His rescue was going to be as clean and swift as possible, for his real nemesis was hovering above.

 

This made rescue by air impossible, they had to head for Sinai to the landing fields there.


Since total abstinence from yeast was the Hebrew tradition, the Bible's relating only restriction on holidays not only reveals trickery by Siva, but one of man's greatest failures. If something is bad for him he believes by partaking of just a little is all right. Would you take cyanide in moderation? You can, it won't kill you outright, but it will shorten your life considerably!

 

So will yeast, alcohol, refined foods, which then set you up for worse calamities. Man can never seem to grasp the idea of total abstinence for when he is a slave to something he does not realize his body chemicals are fooling him. Beware of anything you cannot give up, for it is then killing you, for that is the drawing card.


Siva was devious. He knew what Moses would do and outsmarted him, sad to say. He told the Hyskos, the nomads, to refrain from eating yeast. This would change their body temperatures a great deal. If Siva could give them the impression that Moses' God had indeed saved them as his chosen people among the Nibiruians, they would evacuate with them and run to their new God.

 

As for the Hyskos, everyone was always glad to be rid of them which in Siva's case would serve many purposes. The worst of Egypt's miscreants would be off his hands for their thievery and tomb robbing were at a peak. Thousands left in the Exodus, following God into the desert, naturally following Moses and his small band, hampering his movements by enticing other nomadic bands to pounce upon them and slow their movements.


Yet, the abstinence from consuming yeast would not be enough to rid their bodies completely of the mold, it takes over a year or more to be completely rid of it, so other measures had to be pursued.

 

How to purge the system?

 

The answer is in Ex, 12:2 -28,

"take a bunch of hyssop, dip it into the blood in the basin and put some of the blood on the top and on both sides of the doorframe. Not one of you shall go out the door of his house until morning.

 

When the Lord goes through the land to strike down the Egyptians, they will see the blood on the top and sides of the doorframe and will pass over that doorway, and he will not permit the destroyer to enter your houses and strike you down."

The hyssop on the door will not do anything I know of (but I am sure it must have knowing them!) but the blood will certainly defray the radiations, especially an animals.

 

But they did consume the hyssop, or at least a "bitter herb" according to Ex, 12:1 - 13, in their instructions on the night the Lord is supposed to strike. Its botanical name is Hyssopus offecianlis and is a marvelous herb and yes, very bitter(!) being a febrifuge, aperient (laxative), expectorant, anthelmintic (destroys worms) and sudorific (induces sweating), so its use to rid the body of yeast or any mold is very excellent as well as radiations.

 

The Bible gives some other philosophical renderings to it,

"Purge me with hyssop," so said David in Psalm 51:7 "and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow," but we will later see just how bad he really needed purging!

By purging themselves with this and the placing of blood on the door, they were more likely to survive.

 

At midnight, the Lord unleashed whatever force it was that supposedly struck down the firstborn but this seems peculiar for there is nothing different in a child's resonances than an adults if the force they were using was so strong, for the adults were bound to get sick at least. Nonetheless, it had to effect everyone, not just firstborns, or the Lord would not have told everyone to eat yeast or cover their doorframes in blood.

 

Also, most relevant, he told them not to eat the lamb's meat raw, as that would have made them more attracted to radiation from the iron in the meat. Those not heeding the warnings were struck down. (Actually, a firstborn would be anyone from a baby to anyone 100+ years old in Egypt!)

 

Rameses had all to gain, for come the morn, he would be less burdened by his lower classes.

 

Obviously, Moses hoped whoever was helping Siva on the ground would be dead and the fight in the sky would be over and their escape made easier, but it was a total failure. As the Nibiru emerged from the Palace, all eyes were on them and the masses scurried to follow. If we can go by the number of the elders allowed admittance to the temple, approximately 70 Hebrew men left Egypt, with perhaps more women. I would like to take just a moment to explain this.

 

Many years previously, so the Bible states, Hebrew midwives were told to kill the baby boys but they made the excuse the,

"Hebrew women are not like Egyptian women; they are vigorous and give birth before the midwives arrive."

(Ex. 1:15-22)

And so they did, as the gynic Hebrew women did not have long labors.

 

Pharaoh then ordered the boys thrown in the rivers. How much of this is true and that mixed from the Sargon tale is anyone's guess. For it was here Moses was sent down the river so to speak. It seems unlikely Pharaoh would kill male babies of the Hyskos or anyone of the nomadic tribes who could be used in war and labor, but the small remnants of Nibiru would not matter.

 

In the Veda, it is women who are mostly rescued, not many men, only the figureheads as Ay and those who could be of use to them were kept, perhaps 200 people at the most. Siva wanted to destroy the Nibiru lineages which would mean killing the males who carried the genetic lines, not the women. Andric women among the Hyskos and others would be more likely to be killed if Pharaoh  wanted to eliminate them, whereby the men could be used and only a few women retained to keep the population in check like you would cattle. Pharaoh  was not that stupid!


The line of people at Exodus stretched sixty miles long! Moses must have been ready to lose all his 'shekels'!

 

Here he was now, stranded with his party, with no way 'up'. Their followers were a scurvy lot; if you can imagine going through a wretched night of impending death then opening your eyes to the dawn of life, the unfortunate victims lying around you; the great mental uplift of this new 'god' must have been overwhelming. They rushed to Moses as their chosen god. How wryly Siva and others must have smiled!

 

Moses summed up the situation quickly and in a supposed prayer by Moses to God, reported by Josephus, Moses bemoans that an airlift is now out of the question,

"Nay, we might escape by a flight through the air, if thou shaldst determine we should have that way of salvation."

But that was now dashed, Moses then turned the tables on Siva for he told his chosen people he needed silver and gold for he knew he would have to later build weapons and communication devices to get them through the hostile tribes.

 

He had them plunder all of On which the nomadic tribes did most willfully and,

"they acquired from the Egyptians many cups, no small amount of clothing, and abundant other treasure."9

The Lord telling them to purloin!

 

How wryly Moses must have now smiled as Rameses was powerless against the mobs.

"By day the Lord went ahead of them in a pillar or cloud to guide them on their way and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so that they could travel by day or night. Neither the pillar of cloud by day nor the pillar of fire by night left its place in front of the people."

(Ex. 13:17-22)

Was it the rockets beneath that shone out at night on this ship?

 

On the third day they arrive at the Red Sea (or Sea of Reeds) where at times before these military tacticians hoped to put the other at bay by using the sea as a buttress. As we have noticed by the Veda, many of the air battles took place over water.

 

The ships of Rama and Siva seemed to block each other all night,

"throughout the night the cloud brought darkness to the one side and light lo the other side; so neither went near the other all night long."

(Ex. 14:19,20)

This allowed Moses to proceed with the Exodus and his weighted down treasure hunters whose bounty would prove invaluable, and Rameses knowing his plan, gave pursuit:

"then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and all that night the Lord drove the sea back with a strong east wind and turned it into dry land. The waters were divided, and the Israelites went through the sea on dry ground, with a wall of water on their right and on their left. The Egyptians pursued them, and oil Pharaoh's horses and chariots and horsemen followed them into the sea.

 

During the last watch of the night the Lord looked down from the pillar of fire and cloud at the Egyptian army and threw it into confusion, he mode the wheels of their chariots come off (or jammed the wheels of their chariots - see Somarilan Pentateuch - A.N.) so that they had difficulty driving.

And the Egyptians said,

"Let's get away from the Israelites! The Lord is fighting for them against Egypt."

(Ex. 14:21-25)

With the help of the craft above, and the power force of the staff, the waters were parted by the winds.

 

In Sumerian pictographs the staff and a disc object in the sky are always together. How familiar do those jammed chariot wheels sound if you will remember the Veda fights? Joseph us reported much lightning accompanied this, which as an electrical charge, was connected to the maneuver.

 

One thing was done for certain, whoever led the Egyptian operation according to the Veda, was,

"swiftly killed," the vulture Jotayus" by Rama who, "resorting to his wizardry" and "relying on the army of Sugriva, Rama recovered her by bridging the ocean and burning down Lanka with honed arrows." 10

Devasena was safe!


This parting of the waters, on a small scale, seemed a trivial happening to the Egyptians who regarded it as just a part of their technology. The Westcar Papyrus states all the magicians could do it for in the reign of Seneferu, a magician named Tehatcha-em-ankh, parted the waters of a lake, one part over the other, so that a woman singer who had lost a jewel from a royal boat she was rowing in could retrieve it.

 

In the Veda it was also said of Indra (which one, as it is a title?), "he killed the dragon and pierced on opening for the waters; he split open the bellies of mountains,1 but this could mean he allowed it to rain in the restoration of earth.

 

In the Pyramid Text of Pepi I, it is stated,

"Water shall be raised up for him there, water shall be raised up for him when it is there, the staff shall be lifted up for him there, thy staff shall be lifted for him when he is there."

Returning to King Thorn on the granite block, according to this, much more happened there for as Pharaoh  proceeded first to stop the invaders, a great force threw him into a whirlpool which led to the sky and he was taken for dead.

 

His son. the majesty Geb, "then approached with reinforcements," who inquires of a local people for information about all that happened to his father. But the father met with disaster, all perished who accompanied him while Geb met with a terrific blast and sustained burns.

 

But this may be when the Anunnaki took On before as Apopi is the God of Darkness, and the inscriptions state that in his better days, Thorn had fought oppressors and had "massacred the children of Apopi."

 

What I cannot understand is that all of Egypt stopped using iron which is the only way God could have jammed the chariot wheels. This is why I believe the Biblical version mixed these stories. The King Thorn version occurred at the first fall of On, he being a Nibiruian officer whose charioteers were stopped. He was taken in a whirlwind to the sky.

 

At Exodus, Moses made the Sea fall on the enemy - no charioteers were stopped. I do not think anyone would have made the error of using iron chariot wheels again as in the Veda account if you will recall.


There was so much going on here that it is difficult to-decipher at times. But how could one get burned so from a whirlwind? Was the whirlwind of water, sand, or a blast?

 

The son did not return to On and he was "robbed of his heritage" and lived in seclusion in the residence of Hy-Taoui "in the land of the plants henou." It is said Egypt was then seized by the Amu, but as far as is concerned here, Rama lost all and never regained Egypt, whether this is in reference to the Fall of On, or the loss at Exodus.

 

Geb was the name of an Egyptian God and a very interesting line from the Pyramid Text seems relevant to the above as people remembered the event:

"The king leaves the earth for the sky - the King is Osiris in o dust-devil, earth is his detestation, and the King will not enter into Geb lest he perish and lest he sleep in his mansion upon earth." 3

Apparently they equated death to leaving in these whirlwinds as the people did with the Pharaoh  who fought the enemy. However, back to Moses whom the Lord told to,

"stretch out your hand over the sea so that the waters may flow back over the Egyptians and their chariots and horsemen."

Moses then stretched his hand over the sea, and by daybreak all the Egyptians tried to flee but the waters came down over them all.

 

The Israelites were safe. Just goes to show what a little electromagnetism can do! They are trying to use it for this purpose today, by moving water at sea level through interaction of water with the earth's magnetic fields. I wonder where Rehab was through all this?

 

Legends say he was there as well helping Moses, for this was more complicated than moving a lake as our Egyptian magician did. Well, the first obstacle to Exodus had been crossed as Moses drowned his Egyptians behind him(!).

"Who among the gods is like you, O Lord?" (Ex. 15:1-18) the people exclaim of the one above, proving there is more than one God.

What has never made sense is that normal occurrences today in the desert would be mysterious or novel to the people of old.

 

The Pillar of Smoke has been interpreted as a whirlwind from the flows of a petroleum spring, which does not explain how it systematically followed the people. Anyway, this would have been common observances to these people.

 

As for the food,

"I will rain down bread from heaven for you. The people are to go out each day and gather enough for that day."

(Ex. 16:4-12)

Sounds like bundles for Britain, a food drop of some kind, and by the Veda we have seen how Draupadi was shown how to prepare some sort of dried food.

 

But Sinai did and does still give bounty. Manna has been identified as being a product of the shrub Hammade salicornica with seven varieties native to Sinai. The plant secretes sticky, honey-like droplets when penetrated by insects. Not exactly kosher. The Israelites were grumbling for meat and bread which was being given to the chosen of the group, the Nibiru, with an uprising by the rabble around the corner.

 

They actually had it good in Egypt where this silliness about Pharaoh  being a crude taskmaster is just that, for people so oppressed are not good workers and those who complain to Moses give it away when they state,

"If only we had meat to eat. We remember the fish we ate in Egypt at no cost - also the cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions and garlic. But now we have lost our appetite; we never see anything but this manna!"

These people were eating better than most today! No wonder they were so upset with the manna while the priests received the best of food.

 

Moses then directed them to the abundant quail that alight every April in droves on their flight northerly. I doubt seriously that Moses or any of his people partook of the manna for the latter is so perishable maggots consume it within hours for the insects lay their eggs on it. Despite Moses warning not to eat it raw, many did. not listening. By boiling or baking it by Moses' advice kept it longer. Moses' trouble with this mob was endless.

 

They later cried for water and in great frustration he said,

"what am I lo do with these people? They are almost ready to stone me."

(Ex. 17:1-7)

The people just refused to help themselves for now that their God was personally leading them they felt no compunction to do so, used to Siva who did things for them, or rather against them, much to their na´vetÚ.

 

Siva's religion of monotheism had them well trained, and he must have been laughing through this entire escapade. Nonetheless, Moses struck a water vein with his staff which could be used as a divining sensor by locating the paramagnetic waters below.


With the staff, Moses needed no army of any size, nor with the ark as well. When the Amalekites attacked him, he used it as he stood atop a hill giving a far-reaching affect. It must have been comical, for with Aaron and Hur helping, every time he raised it the Israelites won. but when lowered, they lost.

 

It must have been heavy to hold up, Moses was said to be very tall, but if he were still young, (he staff was no doubt made for his elders who were full grown. They had to place a stone under Moses to sit on while Aaron and Hur held his hands up till sunset until Joshua overcame the Amalekites.


At Sinai, Moses met with Rama at the landing port and flew up to him, his great father saying,

"This is what you are to soy to the house of Jacob and what you are to tell the people of Israel:

'You yourselves hove seen what I did to Egypt, and how I carried you on eagles' wings and brought you to myself. Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession. Although the whole earth is mine, you will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.'

These are the words you ore to speak to the Israelites."

(Ex. 19:3-6)

The radiation from the mountain was enough that only Aaron could ascend as well.

 

It strains the imagination that the Lord would entrust such a powerful weapon as the staff to a mortal man which gives further proof of Moses' position in these events; the Bible so conveniently hides this or has been mistranslated.


The Ten Commandments are the golden rules of life and are actually represented by the Sumerian codes years before but it makes no sense that Moses would have written them down for if man has to live by rules written down instead of in his heart, life is worthless. No book or tablet can teach wisdom. There would be no need of a Bible if man were not genetically corrupt, and for the most published book in the world, it does not seem to be doing any good for all it does is confuse people with its contradictions.

 

The rules of life cannot be taught, they must be awakened. The psychology of the Bible is totally wrong, for if you tell a child not to do something without explaining why, what do they do? They go out and do it and cry later.

 

Man is not of clay anymore, he is of plastic, and like the latter is unstable. Children have to be steered in the right direction, developing these instincts so when they come across temptation they can react accordingly, which is why childhood is such a vital time.

 

A strong being is not tempted anyway.

"Do not be afraid. God has come to test you, so that fear of God will be with you to keep you from sinning," (Ex. 20:18-20) so sayeth the Lord Siva, not Rama.

What kind of God keeps his people in mortal dread? Fear yourself, if the body does not fail you. the mind will: keep these two together and you have beat the Lord - this He feared!


Looking at the arrival at Sinai we have the makings of a council preparing for war, after Moses flew there on "eagles wings." All the chosen were then delivered.

 

Was there a feast of such?

"Moses and Aaron, Nadab and Abilui. and the seventy elders of Israel went up and saw the God of Israel. Under his feel was something like a pavement made of sapphire, clear as the sky itself. But God did not raise his hand against these leaders of the Israelites; they saw God, and they ore and drank."

(Ex. 24:9-11)

So, the God is flesh and blood, he eats as we!!!


According to the Bible, Miriam, Moses' sister, rebuked him for marrying again, but his sister was dead in a rock tomb in On, or was she? Some accounts state he came from On during the rescue carrying a sarcophagus said to be Joseph's (Ay's), but this was no doubt Sinekhare's. Egyptian literature states that of a woman was also taken, Meritaten? (in Artapanus' account. Moses removes his sister Merris' sarcophagus.)

 

If so, Miriam could be her. Zipporah had died in the Bible, but whoever she was. or if there was a confusion of the stories, is anybody's guess. Nonetheless, while supposedly arguing with him in a tent where the ark was, a cloud descended and when it lifted "there stood Miriam-leprous, like snow" (Num. 12:9-16).

 

Perhaps she was just where she should not be or some attack occurred, for those above would not be too happy to see her alive, if she were indeed Meritaten. She was obviously burned by radiation and was confined outside the camp for seven days, further evidence, no one moving on till she returned.

 

The road to Sinai must have been a long one!

 

Afterwards, there is no more mention of her for she was probably taken away with the others.

"And the fourth bright waters which you have seen; that is the coming of Moses, and of Aaron, and of Miriam, and of Joshua, the son of Nun, and of Caleb, and all those who are like these. For at that time the lamp of the eternal law which exists forever and ever illuminated all those who sat in darkness." 14

Part of the family was thankfully retrieved, but one son was left behind, unable were they to reach him, but Tutankhamen still remains on the earth in the condition in which they left him, as we will see. Moses gave Joshua the name Hashea meaning 'salvation' which was certainly an appropriate name for he was invaluable on the battlefield later. Joshua seems to be Smekhare.


Moses merely used these desert and derelict tribes for their material worth, to use them for what they brought out of Egypt and could 'confiscate' along the way, precious silver and gold.

 

Why? Thereby hangs a marvelous tale.

 

 


THE ARK AT WAR
The mystery of what the ark was holds one, if not the major key, to why Moses had the people purloin the silver and gold out of Egypt and why Pharaoh  so ardently pursued them.

 

As our own technology develops, more and more of the Bible is revealed; the ark is no longer the great mystery it once was.
Mount Sinai was a busy place at their arrival as preparations stepped up to try and retrieve their territories. The multitudes of people were a problem for they

wanted to follow Moses up the mountain to God and admonitions were given by God to Moses to restrict them from the area, obviously, from the radiation,

"Go down and warn the people so they do not force their way through to see the Lord and many of them perish. Even the priests, who approach the Lord, must consecrate themselves, as the Lord will break out against them."

(Ex. 19:16-25).

The people then cowered with fear and "when the people saw the thunder and lightning and heard the trumpet and saw the mountain in smoke, they trembled with fear.

 

They stayed at a distance and said to Moses,

"Speak lo us yourself and we will listen. But do not have God speak to us or we will die."

(Ex. 20:18-20)

As we saw at their first battle, as Moses held up the staff, only a few men were needed to fight as the staff did all the work.

 

This also tells us that of the chosen, there were but few. It was the weaponry that they relied upon.

"I will send my terror ahead of you and throw into confusion every nation you encounter. I will make all your enemies turn their backs and run. I will send the hornet ahead of you to drive the Hivites, Canaanties and Hitsites out of your way..."

(Ex. 23:23-33)

The "hornet" would be the ark. the device only the Nibiru knew how to build well and why Rameses tried to stop them.

"You shall have no other gods before me," (Ex. 20:1-17) was God's warning to have the people desist in building their contraptions of idols because they needed the metal.

 

"Do not make any gods to be alongside me: do not make for yourselves gods of silver or gods of gold."

(Ex. 20:21-26)

Siva had duped his people, making them believe idols could talk and walk and other suggestive motives to his desire as well as sacrifice as part of the homage he made them pay.

 

Rama knew they were used to this, and had to keep his restless natives appeased, and made the declaration,

"make an alter of earth for me and sacrifice on it your burnt offerings and fellowship offerings, your sheep and goals and your cattle. Wherever I cause my name to be honored. I will come to you and bless you. If you make an alter of stones for me do not built it with dressed stones, for you will defile it if you use a toot on it. And do not go up lo my altar on steps, lest your nakedness be exposed on it."

(Ex 20:21-26)

In the same passage he orders no silver or gold gods to be made, so the pacification here is obvious.

 

Note the reference not to expose bare flesh on the steps where static electricity would injure them. Sacrificing of animals was never an ancient Egyptian ritual, but the Hyskos and other tribes, misinterpreting what the gods did, emulated them.

 

The significance of the following is rather obvious :

"then he sent young Israelite men, and they offered burnt offerings and sacrificed young bulls as fellowship offerings to the Lord. Moses took half of the blood and put it in bowls, and the other half he sprinkled on the altar. Then he took the Book of the Covenant and read it to the people.

 

They responded,

"We will do everything the Lord has said; we will obey."

Moses then took the blood, sprinkled it on the people and said, "This is the blood of the covenant that the Lord has made with you in accordance with all these words."

Ex. 24:5-8

The blood was very much needed to defray the radiation and static electricity on the altar and for good measure placed on the people as well, or perhaps more as a psychological ploy. The Hyskos dearly loved blood!


First came the gathering of materials and then the construction of a crude, but effective, field outpost which would serve as temporary headquarters for Rama and his staff.

 

The Tabernacle would be a communication station as well as a mess,

 "then have them make a sanctuary for me, and I will dwell among them. Make this tabernacle and all its furnishings exactly like the pattern I will show you."

(Ex. 25:1-9)

Next, came the ark:

"have them make a chest of acacia wood - two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit and a half high. Overlay it with pure gold, both, inside and out. and make a gold molding around it. Cast four gold rings for it and fasten them to ils four feet, with two rings on one side and two rings on the other.

 

Then make poles of acacia wood and overlay them with gold. Insert the poles into the rings of this ark; they are not be be removed. Then put in the ork the Testimony, which J will give you."

(Ex. 25:10-16)

The Mercy Seat,

"Make on atonement cover of pure gold - two and a half cubits long and a cubit and a half wide. And make two cherubim out of hammered gold at the ends of the cover. Make one cherub on one end and the second cherub on the other; make the cherubim of one piece with the cover, at the two ends.

 

The cherubim are to have their wings spread upward, overshadowing the cover with them. The cherubim are to face each other, looking toward the cover. Place the cover on lop of the ark and put in the ark of the Testimony, which I will give you. There, above the cover between the two cherubim that are over the ark of the Testimony, I will meet with you and give you all my commands for the Israelites."

(Ex. 25:17-22)

Basically, we have the description of an electrical condenser.

 

Two plates of metal partitioned by wood acts as a condenser to absorb electricity to a certain peak and then discharges it as a spark as it crackles with noise. The power of the wings has stymied man for ages, but we know from studies of birds that the configurations pick up magnetic resonances which would have enhanced the power here.

 

As stated earlier, every body nature has made reacts to magnetism, even dead insects were found when suspended on a thread or floated on water, to assume a particular position in relation to the geomagnetic field. for we are all magnetic dipoles.

 

The Nibiru, as they were always wont to do, merely took a lesson from nature. Using human configurations with wings all made of gold must have created immense intensities of power. I have never been able to confirm it, but Von Daniken reported that some Midwestern university students constructed such an ark and the power from it was so much that it had to be dismantled, but it would take millions of dollars to produce all the gold used in this to achieve the affect it does here.

 

In RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK when Harrison Ford was chasing after it, if Steven Spielberg in his very engramic wisdom, had had the money to make his perfect rendition of the Ark in gold, the scene at the conclusion of the movie would have been no acting or staged effects.

 

Another interesting factor is that it was made from acacia wood. In the wadis of Arabia and the Sinai Peninsula, the shittum or shitta, "the trees standing up," belong to the Acacia genus.

 

They have been sacred for eons, even the Arabs revere them, for Jacob planted trees in Migdal Zav'aya and later brought them to Egypt so the story goes. The trees were so valued the gods were said to have placed a restraint on anyone cutting them with severe retribution for same. There are two varieties from the Jordan region, the Acacia albida - the whitish acacia, and a more scrubbier desert variety. The white acacia has more moisture and favored by the patriarchs because of this.

 

No wonder, for with the building of the ark, more moisture would make it a better condenser. Scriptures say only the white must be used. It is very light, ideal for transporting and very strong, which would be favored here. And, more importantly, it does not rot, nor does the timber contract or expand between alternate dampness and dryness, which overlain with gold would make this imperative.


As one of the seven sacred trees which Isaiah mentioned, this also tells us that once trees did not rot or decay, or were less apt to, and a mold free, or near so, earth existed at one time. Perhaps other trees are thus degenerations of these for most trees are bearers of mold and fungi.


In the desert these trees hold moisture for wildlife and the dovetailing of boards, such as on the ark, were better secured. The covering of gold of course is a conductor of electricity. All of the objects in the tabernacle were of gold with silver or brass on the linen curtains. There has always been a question of God's actually coming down and partaking of the food offerings, which he no doubt did, but it is also believed that the plates were lifted aboard the ship by electrical power, which in their emergencies during war was perhaps done to save time.

 

However, if he was removing all fat and blood, going to all this trouble, would not there be contamination of the food by this conveyance?

 

Apparently, the food had to be covered, probably of gold. Silver was used only for things such as sockets, hooks, but even the incense alters and horns were of gold. In essence, anything human flesh touched or breathed air within, or was eaten from was gold to protect against these radiations. They probably wanted it in their systems as well.

 

Gold has always been significant of royalty, and those who can afford it, ate off gold utensils. If the gods were feasting in this manner they would make certain it was gold they were eating off as it would enhance their body's electrical conduction. Silver is very good for antiseptic effects and was used considerably in medicine and like gold, fights infection, binding to protein and does not allow infection to penetrate below the wound.

 

However, only pure silver and gold can be used: the silver in your mouth is silver/amalgam which contains very harmful mercury, a toxin to your body, which is causing traumatic physical and mental deterioration. Many mental diseases are mistaken for metal toxicity as with aluminum, which is one cause of Alzheimers disease as well as lead.

 

Arsenic is now found in very large amounts in newborns for the mother does not know the correct water to drink.

 

Gold however, like silver, has no toxic effects in small doses, for whatever you eat off of. the metal will be there in the food to some extent. Gold can be used in small amounts for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis but must be used cautiously. Unlike lead or mercury, the body can easily expel it but the other metals bind to protein and renal tissue and accumulate because the circulatory system cannot cope with it and it is only secreted slowly through urine, which is why some gold binds dangerously to proteins as well, for pure gold is very rare.

 

So, if the gods were eating in this manner it would have helped disinfect their foods and help their systems as well in the warfare they were conducting. EMR and static electricity is powerless against gold if there is also a copper and zinc base which in this case would help if your skin was olive green!


We must define the clothing of the "priest" now which reveals to us that our religions through the ages have merely mocked, in mankind's usual naive ways, very functional clothing. Most of man's religious rituals are proving to be childishly embarrassing. The priests were merely technicians.

 

Those who watched them, emulated like children playing at grownups.

 

"Garments for Priests

Have Aaron your brother brought to you from among the Israelites, along with his sons Nadab and Abihu, Eleozar and Ithomor, so they may serve me as priests. Make sacred garments for your brother Aoron, to give him dignity and honor. Tell all the skilled men lo whom I have given wisdom in such mailers that they are lo make garments for Aaron, for his consecration, so he may serve me as priest.

 

These are the garments They are to make: a breastpiece, an ephod, a robe, a woven tunic, a turban and a sash. They are to make these sacred garments for your brother Aaron and his sons, so they may serve me as priests. Have them use gold, and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and fine linen.

 

Make the ephod of gold, and of blue, purple and scarlet yam, arid of finely twisted linen - the work of a skilled craftsman. It is to have two shoulder pieces attached to two of ils comers, so it can be fastened. Its skillfully woven waistband is lo be like it - of one piece with ephod and made with gold, and with blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and with finely twisted linen.


Take two onyx stones and engrave on them the names of the sons of Israel in the order of their birth - six names on one stone and the remaining six on the other. Engrave the names of the names of the sons of Israel on the two stones in the way of a gem cutter engraves a seal. Then mount the stones in gold filigree settings and fasten them on the shoulder pieces of the ephod as memorial stones for the sons of Israel.

 

Aaron is to bear the names on his shoulders as a memorial before the Lord. Make gold filigree sellings and two braided chains of pure gold, like a rope, and attach the chains to the settings.


"Fashion a breastpiece for making decisions - the work of a skilled craftsman. Make it like the ephod: of gold, and of blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen, ft is to be square - a span long and a span wide - and folded double.

 

Then mount four rows of precious stones on it. In the first row there shall be a ruby, a topaz and a beryl; in the second row a turquoise, a sapphire and an emerald; in the third row a jacinth, an agate and an amethyst; in the fourth row a chrysolite, an onyx and a jasper. Mount them in gold filigree settings. There are to be twelve stones, one for each of the names of the sons of Israel, each engraved like a seal with the name of one of the twelve tribes.


"For the breastpiece make braided chains of pure gold, like a rope. Make two gold rings for it and fasten them lo two corners of the breastpiece. Fasten the two gold chains lo the rings at the comers of the breastpiece. Fasten the two gold chains to the rings at the corners of the breastpiece, and the other ends of the chains to the two settings, attaching them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod at the font.

 

Make two gold rings and attach them lo the other two corners of the breastpiece on the inside edge next to the ephod. Make two more gold rings and attach them lo the bottom of the shoulder pieces on the from of the ephod, close to the seam just above the waistband of the ephod. The rings of the breastpiece are to be tied lo the rings of the ephod with bine cord, connecting it to the waistband, so that the breastpiece will not swing out from the ephod.


"Whenever Aaron enters the Holy Place, he will bear the names of the sons of Israel over his heart on the breastpiece of decision as a continuing memorial before the Lord. Also put the Urim and the Tlwmmim in the breastpiece, so that they may be over Aaron's heart whenever he enters the presence of the Lord. Thus Aaron will always bear the means of making decisions for the Israelites over his heart before the Lord.


"Make the robe of the ephod entirely of blue cloth, make an opening for the head in its center. There shall be a woven edge like a collar around this opening, so that it will not tear. Make pomegranates of blue, purple and scarlet yarn around the hem of the robe, with gold bells between them. Vie gold bells and the pomegranates are to alternate around the hem of the robe. Aaron must wear it when he ministers. The sound of the bells will be heard when he enters the Holy Place before the Lord and when he comes out, so that he will not die.


Make a plate of pure gold and engrave on it as on a seal: HOLY TO THE LORD. Fasten a blue cord lo it to attach it lo the turban: it is to be on the front of the turban. It will be on Aaron's forehead, and he will bear the guilt involved in the sacred gifts the Israelites consecrate, whatever their gifts may be. It will be on Aaron's forehead continually so that they will be acceptable to the Lord.


"Weave the tunic of fine linen and make the turban of fine linen. The sash is to be the work of an embroiderer. Make tunics, sashes and headbands for Aaron's sons, to give them dignity and honor. After you put these clothes on your brother Aaron and his sons, anoint and ordain them. Consecrate them so they may serve me as priests.


"Make linen undergarments as a covering for the body, reaching from the waist to the thigh. Aaron and his sons must wear them whenever they enter the Tent of Meeting or approach the altar to minister in the Holy Place, so that they will not incur guilt and die.


"This is to be a lasting ordinance for Aaron and his descendants."

(Ex 28.1-43)

It surely would not have made sense to put something so dangerous in the hands of someone untrained.

 

And, if you will notice, it is always done by those related. Any disputes, however, were to be handed over to them. Just how many stones were in the Urim and Thummim is anybody's guess, and this seems to be a part of the costume, placed in the breast pocket.

 

The words mean "lights and perfection".

 

When Aaron was confronted with a question he retreated to the tabernacle to emerge awhile later with the answer from God, so it was some sort of-transmission device. The tunic itself was completely wired by connectors of gold and the stones emitted light. It rests over Aaron's heart, which we know emits electromagnetism, which may have triggered something as well.

 

The ephod or breastplate was of linen and gold wires and explicit instructions for its making as it housed the Urim and Thummim. It must have been a separate device for it could be removed and transported and could stand on its own. The linen kept these wires from touching the body. The breastplate came to be known as the "hoshen hammishpat", the "breastplate of the oracular decision", it being a microphone of sorts cannot be doubted. If Aaron was busy on the battlefield maneuvering the ark, he surely would have needed instructions from aerial observation.

 

It was attached so it would not swing about. While working with the ark. any static electricity would have been carried down the wires and away from the body, attracted to the gold. The poles on the Ark grounded the bearers as well. Even the bells are easily explained for they would have dissipated electricity as it passed through the clapper as they moved and Aaron will surely not die. or get one 'devil' of a shock.

 

Sashes and embroidery would have done the same as the bells. Fringes on garments would be used quite often by many of these people.


Blue cloth was the color of the robe for that is a male color which draws in stable radiations to them and could not be a color worn by women. Embroidery and laces were always popular, but among women, for they help as they do in their configurations from nature, to defray harmful radiations and have been found in many ancient tombs. Fringes were widely used for the same reasons. Note how everyone was 'anointed' as the oil retards radiation and would certainly have curbed static electricity.


In accounts by Joseph us, he states the Lord himself made an appearance, and we know by Sumerian and the Veda accounts he did as well, but Siva was nowhere to be seen for good reason. We can see why they were so protective of this area which could only be handled by those in the know. Going barefoot is alluded to for they would be further grounded as leather would absorb radiations of electricity.

 

If the Urim and Thummim contained a battery, it may have been charged by the ark as the priest touched a stone, embedded in gold on the ephod. to the golden 'rings' of the ark. The cord of the breast pocket would have restricted flow of current to the feet.

 

Like junkmen they were scavenging everything they could for the entire tunic was by Nibiruian standards highly androgynous; Draupadi would have hated it! Little did they realize an entire civilization would base their religious garments on them which shows to what extremes man will go to. even dressing effeminately when 'holy' can be attached to it. But they were very pressed for material and time.

 

The stones were all very highly resonating materials and given all the other, would have attracted emanations as well as send. In the Veda it is the "lustrous Koustubho jewel that stands on Norayanona's chest" by which they communicate, and which can take you "swift as thought" to "where the Gods were standing".

 

In Sumer and the stories of Solomon, there were stones that could transport one immediately anywhere.

 

In the Papyrus of Pepi, which seems like a combination of the staff and the Urim and Thummim, we have the following:

"...this Pepi directeth his boot with you by means of the Das scepter and the Tcham scepter, and he is the fourth (or, third) with you. O ye gods of heaven, ye imperishable ones, who soil over the Land of Tahennu, who transport yourselves by means of your scepters, this Pepi transporteth himself with you by means of the Uas and Tcham, and he is the fourth with you..."

In Sumer renditions, staffs can transport as well.

 

Pepi further states,

"O ye gods of heaven, ye imperishable ones, who sail over the Land of Tohennu, who transport yourselves by means of your scepters, this Pepi transporteth himself with you by means of the Uas and Tehom, according to the decree of Horns, the Erpot, the King of the gods."

Moses had gone,

"up on the mountain, the cloud covered it, and the glory of the Lord settled on Mount Sinai. For six days the cloud covered the mountain, and on the seventh day the Lord called to Moses from within the cloud. To the Israelites the glory of the Lord looked like o consuming fire on top of the mountain. Then Moses entered the cloud as he went on up the mountain. And he stayed on the mountain forty days and forty nights."

(Ex 24:15-18)

From this it is safe to conclude Moses left for awhile no doubt speeding back to Mesopotamia with this chosen cargo and probably dealing with the emergencies brewing.

 

Forty days or four days? Lord knows.

 

But Aaron would always be in charge and even blew the trumpets, accompanying the ark on the battlefield.


Was the heavy veil of smoke intentionally made to hide the figure of the landing craft? Other descriptions of other crafts have been most detailed, so was this a camouflage against the enemy? High in the air the smoke could be taken for dust or perhaps they just made it appear to blend in with the surroundings. On Sinai they were more prone to attack.


Was there more than one ark? I believe so, and the desperate Nibiru drew their resources for the making of them from their Sinai base operations.

 

Here they obtained the valuable acacia and all the precious metal from their hordes of thieves who were bringing in more as surrounding tribes hasten to give 'tribute' to their God. A virtual factory of workers was set up with Bezalel as leader, for God filled him with the "spirit", or in other words because of his artistic talents he was given the job being a member of the family.


There was also a special incense made:

"then the Lord said to Moses, "Take fragrant spices - gum resin, onycha and galbonum - and pure frankincense, all in equal amounts, and make a fragrant blend of incense, the work of o perfumer. It is to be soiled and pure and sacred. Grind some of it to powder and place it in front of the Testimony in the Tent of Meeting, where I will meet with you.

 

It shall be most holy to you. Do not make any incense with this formula for yourselves; consider it holy to the Lord. Whoever makes any like it to enjoy its fragrance must be cut off from his people."

(Ex.30:34-38)

It must have been 'holy' because it had to quell the danger.

 

Apparently this mixture cleared the air of whatever poisons the ark filled it with; ozone from the static electricity would be a grave problem for one. Salt we saw does clear the air of radiation and frankincense from the Boswellia tree does have properties that disinfects the air.


In the special anointing oil, myrrh, cinnamon, cane and cassia with olive oil is to be used (Ex,30:22-33) and the warning that only the priests may use it. Cinnamon is very good for lungs and poisons in the stomach while cane when unrefined is very good, acting here as an antiseptic, And, of course, the famous myrrh and oil which would help as well.


One of the most curious of their instructions is that of anointing the right ear lobe, right thumb and right toe with blood as they did this work. Why not all the body parts that stuck out beneath all the paraphernalia? First, it must be remembered that skin is an organ as it helps guard against bacteria and excretes whatever wastes the body has through oil and sweat.

 

Whatever you place on skin it will absorb through the system. You would not want to immerse your entire skin in any blood, especially a ram's, for you would absorb the bacteria.

 

When I read this, as a student of neurology, the realization of what they were doing became clearer. The meridian, or electrical flow through the body, travels in an unbroken flow, like a circle, so as in the case above, they need only protect one side of the body (remember the garment also compensated to deflect electricity as well, so this tactic was an added precaution).

 

As nerves of our body extend to separate organs, this is very clever of what they did. The right toe effects the heart, liver and spleen. I need not go into how vital the heart is, and that it would here be most affected from the radiation from the electricity. They actually protected the most vital organs to them. The spleen is paramount, for if they lost the power of the spleen, especially with what they were doing, they were in mortal danger.

 

By protecting this organ they were protecting a most vital reserve as it produces reticuloendothelial cells, the largest supply, which ingest bacteria, colloidal particles, etc., as well as containing macrophages.

 

When conditions produce cellular stress (as indeed the Ark would) these cells wander through the system eliminating worn out cells and repairing injured tissue and defense mechanisms. But one of the most revealing points here is that bone marrow is, like the thyroid and breast, the most sensitive to radiation. In a highly charged enclosure like the tabernacle, these people's bodies would still be absorbing trace amounts of radiation, despite the tunics.

 

The spleen goes into action fast to repair damaged blood marrow cells and removes damaged nuclei of red blood cells. The liver among its myriad functions, does the same, its reticuloendothial cells filter and destroy bacteria as well as moderate body heat, important here. As for the thumb, it's meridians run to three most important organs, the lung, pineal gland and pituitary.

 

The lung and pituitary need no elaboration, but the pineal is most vital also for cardiac output will affect this organ which receives the highest amount of blood per gram in the body, and thereby is highly electrically and magnetically charged. The pineal also secretes melatonin which causes cerebrospinal fluid to flow, restrict this and the brain and other organs become impaired.

 

This was not the time for dulled senses!


What they did here was pure genius for a people who had no other alternatives, and I think we can take a lesson from them, for all through these histories it was the people brilliant enough to compensate in a bad situation that triumphed. Siva was giving them quite a run for their money in an impossible situation for the Pandava did not want to use the "divine weapon".

 

This was the last great battle of these Titans and mankinds last attempt to hold onto their precious birthright that was ebbing away daily. Man will find himself with a much richer history if he only has the courage to look for it.


The episode of the golden calf is so logical now, its phony, childish display in the Bible makes one ashamed as a youngster you were goaded by naive adults into believing it, as well as all the rest of this. I seriously doubt Aaron made the golden calf, the metal was too precious to them.

 

But, I do love the way Aaron in the Bible says to an angered God who finds out and Aaron then throws the jewels into the fire and with childish innocence says, "and out came this calf." (Ex. 32: 21-24)

 

This is the height of gullibility if one falls for this line. Rama and Moses were furious of course to see what had been done, and the Lord threatened to destroy them, calling them "stiff-necked-people", a good name for Neanderthals, namely Hyskos! In the Veda, all the rulers of the earth have to pay "tributary" to Indra, and Siva, by bringing them all their gold, "bath wrought and unwrought".

 

So Siva may have had a hand in this by ruining the plans of the Pandava. In another line from here, it is stated that Siva,

"with cows wrought of gold by Visvakarman he gratified the brahmins, who had gathered from many countries" and that with so many "sanctuaries that there was little space left."

It would be a good ploy to get these people to take all the metals and make idols of them, then their gold was concentrated to one area.

 

The temples were then merely caches for gold under the guise of religion. In the situations as dire as it was here for Moses however, the last thing they needed was to have to go to all the trouble to melt down a golden calf.

 

Needless to say, Moses dropped those heavy 'tablets' in his fury, which makes no sense to make burdensome things as this for a people to carry around being on the run! Well, Rama Finally cracked, and boy was he mad!

 

Moses saw that the people were running wild and that Aaron had let them get out of control and so became a laughingstock to their enemies. Sa he stood at the entrance to the camp and said,

"Whoever is for the Lord, come to me."

And all the Levites rallied to him.


Then he said to them,

"This is what the Lord, the Gad of Israel, says: Each man strap a sward lo his side. Ga back and forth through the camp from one end la the other, each killing his brother and friend and neighbor."

The Levites did as Moses commanded being Nibiruians! That day about three thousand of the people died.

 

Then Moses said.

"You have been set apart la the Lord today, for you were against your own sons and brothers, and he has blessed you this day."

(Ex. 32:25-29)

Of course, the Levites, were not Hyskos, but Hebrews,

"I have taken the Levites from among the Israelites in place of the first male offspring of every Israelite woman. The Levites are mine, for all the firstborn are mine. When I struck down all the firstborn in Egypt, I set apart far myself every firstborn in Israel, whether man or animal. They are to be mine. I am the Lord."

(Num. 3:11-13)

The first male offspring of Israelite women were not genetically strong, as they carried not the predominant genes unlike the Nibiruian males. However, it must have been the troublesome Hyskos they eliminated, for they were certainly dampening victory.


The Tent of Meeting placed on the outside of the camp is a mystery, here too the "pillar of cloud" would come. Here Moses spoke with God also, but when he returned to camp, Joshua would take over indicating some sort of communication device that had to be monitored.


Moses' face was "radiant" when he spoke with God on top of Sinai as either the trip up and down was vexing his system (!) or the radiation was affecting him. or the fact his skin was turning red as the Pandava complained of in the Veda. The people were afraid of his radiance and he had to veil his face.

 

In the Masoretic text, the translation of Ex. 34:29, reads,

"when he came down from the Mount that Moses knew not that the skin of his face sent forth beams while he talked to him."

But the original Hebrew reads "horns", not "beams".

 

Again, a reflection of Moses' actual physiognomy. But the prophet Habakhuk stated horns came from his hands which glowed brightly from the secret he held. It seems unlikely to me that after going through all the trouble to protect themselves from radiation, Moses would blow it on the mountain and allow his face to redden.

 

The answer may be whatever was in his hands (which certainly were not the famous tablets), which must have glowed, making his face and hands shine.

 

We have already seen that there has been a twisting of words here for,

"he did not know that his face was homed from conversation with the Lord."

But horns are symbolic of all the Gods from Bacchus to Zeus and if he was holding something glowing, the beams would have deflected off the face with longer rays from whatever bounced off on top, which in Moses' case was pointed ears and horns, as would the long fingers.

 

It could have been the 'horns' were antenna on a helmet, but because horns are a medical teratology, I think not.

 

The effect must have been very bizarre, especially since many people were not aware of what the Gods really looked like. To the Hyskos, this was the first time those fancy Egyptian helmets came off for Siva told his people they had been made in his image. It was at this time many people in the know defaced Egyptian artworks.


The Levites were given further duties and to purify them from their work within the Tabernacle they had to "sprinkle the water of cleansing" and shave their entire bodies which is exactly what one has to do when working with radiation. It is interesting that the male members of the Levites could only be in service from age 25-50, and no more; not so much because of age, this was very young at this time, but because of the radiation.


An accident with the ark occurred when the "sons" of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, broke regulations and "offered unauthorized fire before the Lord." (Lev. 10:1-3)

 

Apparently some of the chosen were not so perfect, if we can go by the Lord's admonishment afterward, that there was to be no wine drunk when on duty. The two had become drunk and tampered with the equipment. That it was radiation that burned them is very clear here. The men who carried them from the tent could not uncover their heads or tear their clothes, "or you will die and the Lord will be angry with the whole community", meaning mutation would descend upon them.

 

They had come into contact with whatever had gone amiss for the bodies could not be removed because the anointing oil was on them. It was their cousins who removed them who had to put tunics on. To cleanse their bodies, the grain offering was given them immediately. The fiber within it would be important here and would keep calcium from leaching from the bones, the first mineral to suffer from exposure.


Right from Num. 1:1-3, after the military armory is in order, a census of the troops is taken and so begins the last push for Nibiruian supremacy. Moses' brothers, which seem to be Joshua, David and Aaron, were struggling to keep the Holy land just that, as Siva stepped up his operations. David tried to obtain the ark that they hid at Hebron, taken there after Shishak stormed Jerusalem. Now there was a struggle to obtain it again.


Jerusalem, the post-deluvian city, constructed on Mount Moriah, served as a major spaceport and is considerably older than we suspect. And, if we follow accounts other than the Bible, a story more glittering and plausible arises. The Bible portrays David as the worst murderer and miscreant, that one wonders how anyone could believe anything holy could be ascribed to him.

 

Saul is described as a total madman and Solomon is libidinous like his so-called father. But when one reckons that these 'facts' came after Jerusalem's fall, and not before, and with all these coinciding events of Egypt and the Vedas, the actual story of the Ennead and what occurred is not so humiliating for a people who deserved otherwise in history's annals.


Alexander Polyhistor has gleanings of revelation in his "Eupolemus" text, so candid, when he claims David is the son of Saul which may certainly be somewhat true here, for David seems to be a son of Draupadi and her brothers which would make Saul one of the Pandava fathers.

 

David in all aspects sounds very much like the oldest son, Horus of Egypt, who joined his fathers in Jerusalem when they were struggling to hold on and was stranded there with his mother at the fall of it.

 

This is how his story came to be confused with others who were there, especially the incident of the rape of his so-called daughter which was his mother, according to the Veda. With his father, Saul, he had pursued Amalakites and others as they fought the oppressors. His so-called many wives it seems were the women captured by Siva who brought them to court while David and his mother were prisoner.

 

However, before Jerusalem's fall it was their objective to retain this ark which was taken to Shiloh were it attracted the eyes of the Anakim. Shiloh was briefly held by David.

 

Hebron, once a main city of Judah before On's fall, was a main portal station between Jerusalem and Sinai, now held by Kiryat Arba, a king of the Anakim which translates to "giants", seemingly members of that old gang of Siva's. What occurred here is the basis of Saul's mental derangement as described in the Bible. It seems Saul was approached by two of its overdeveloped mutants, Hophni and Phinehas, in a battle for the ark which the latter now possessed.

 

A peace conference ensued. Goliath, of the Anakim, did not like what was transpiring.

 

He heard the words being spoken over the ark as it sat between the two parties and before anyone knew what had happened,

"Goliath took hold of it with his left hand and killed Hophni and Phinehas."

The ark was out of control and Saul and his army knowing its powers, fled.

 

Saul tore his garments and put ashes on his head and everyone bemoaned the fact the "tablets of the Law" had been taken, which may be telling us here they were some sort of triggering device for the ark.

 

The affects of the radiation was uncontrolled, reaching far and wide for the Philistines were very worried saying,

"Behold now we see that destruction is great among us, and the fruit of our womb will perish because the creeping things that have been sent upon us will destroy those who are with child or suckling's and those who are nursing...

 

The number of those who were with child and died was seventy-five thousand, and the suckling's sixty-five thousand and those who were giving suck fifty-five thousand and the men twenty-five thousand. And the land was at peace for seven years."

Quite the force here from an ark no one could control. It seems the entire area was affected for miles.

 

"Ark Brings Trouble

After the Philistines had captured the ark of God, they took it from Ebenezer to Ashdod. Then they carried the ark into Dagon's temple and set it beside Dagon. When the people of Ashdod rose early the next day, there was Dagon, fallen on his face on the ground before the ark of the Lord1. They took Dagon and put him back in his place.

 

But the following morning when they rose, there was Dagon, fallen on his face on the ground before the ark of the Lord! His head and hands had been broken off and were lying on the threshold; only his body remained. That is why to this day neither the priests of Dagon nor any others who enter Dagon's temple at Ashdod step on the threshold."

(1 Sam. 5:1-12)

This is very interesting!

 

Dagon had suffered a severe electrical shock which the people did not realize and they set him upright. With such a severe shock, the deep muscles produce edema shutting off blood flow and when rigor mortis sets in (he was already quite dead!) it starts working its way from the mastication muscles with the lower extremities last.

 

After a few hours of this hastened deterioration, the head and hands will literally fall off, the blockage of blood flow acting like a right tourniquet. Gnostic texts say his priests were crucified the next morning. Had his technicians failed in their duties in working the ark?

 

But this was not all, the ark's radiation had penetrated throughout the entire city as acute radiation of at least 300 rads or more affected all:

"The Lord's hand was heavy upon the people of Ashdod and its vicinity; he brought devastation upon them and afflicted them with tumors. When the men of Ashdod saw what was happening, they said,

"The ark of the god of Israel must not stay here with us, because his hand is heavy upon us and upon Dagon our god."

So they called together all the rulers of the Philistines and asked them,

"What shall we do with the ark of the god of Israel?"

They answered,

"Have the ark of the god of Israel moved to Galh."

So they moved the ark of the God of Israel.


Bui after they had moved it, the Lord's hand was against that city, throwing it into a great panic. He afflicted the people of the city, both young and old, with an outbreak of tumors. So they sent the ark of God to Ekron.


As the ark of God was entering Ekron, the people of Ekron cried out.

"They have brought the ark of the god of Israel around lo us to kill us and our people."

So they called together all the rulers of the Philistines and said,

"Send the ark of the god of Israel away; let it go back to ils own place, or it will kill us and our people."

For death had filled the city with panic; God's hand was very heavy upon it. Those who did not die were afflicted with tumors, and the outcry of the city went up to heaven."

(1 Sam. 5:1-12)

You can believe an outcry went out, to get that wretched thing out of there! Given all this, and the trouble expectant mothers were having, we have a classic case of radiation sickness.

 

The ark was then placed in an oxcart and with guilt offerings of "five gold tumors and five gold rats", rather insultingly, returned to the gods. The rats had invaded the city in their madness for these animals became exposed as well from drinking and eating poisoned food.

 

Upon entering the area of Beth Shemesh, the people rejoiced at the return of the ark but in their carelessness approached it and seventy were struck down, dead,

"because they had looked into the ark of the Lord."

The Levites then appeared and took Over, those wonderful technicians in the service of the Lord!


But what of Saul? Suddenly, he turned into a madman, having been stricken by the wrath of his own powers. He had been in the direct fire when the two men had died.

 

His mental description in the Bible gives all the signs of hyperesthesia, disorientation and complete fatigue. His redeeming qualities before, when he had fought with David, were gone. His was, according to the Bible, rather an enigma, for he had no harem, nor palace, unlike other Patriarchs. He had been a mighty warrior, a first class field officer and recruited the tribe of Benjamites.

 

After his accident with the Ark, he found disfavor in all around him.

 

Even Samuel, whom the Bible speaks so fondly of, was angry with him for he defied his order to destroy everything of the Amalakites but Saul would not and even spared King Agag. Because he changed his mind, Samuel declared he was not a man. which no doubt hit at Saul's very masculine soul. He was an "anointed' leader, which meant someone who either worked directly with the ark of was close to it, and unfortunately he got too close.

 

Rama had to adopt a scorched earth policy as Siva and wanted the Amalakites and their animals all destroyed, but Saul allowed his soldiers to bring back sheep and cattle. Contrary to the Bible, these battles were against the Israelites who claimed allegiance as the twelve tribes, the offspring of Indra's twelve sons, as they overran the kingdom of the Nibiru. Saul's legion was small for they did not need a big force as they had the ark. His small group were more like partisans, striking fast and surely. When the ark was brought into one battle.

 

Saul found the Philistines in deranged confusion actually attacking each other with their swords.

 

Comment is made in the Bible that the Israelites had the ephod which was, as far as one can tell, conducive to the arks manipulation which is why it must have gone amuck before. The Bible swings back and forth so in its relation to the Israelites and Hebrews it is very hard to discern who is who, very reflective of what was happening here for everyone was confused.

 

Saul, however, is an excellent study as to what could happen to their men in the field from these attacks of EMR and radiation poison:

" But the spirit of the Lord departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from the Lord troubled him."

(1 Sam. 16:14)

That is putting it mildly! We do not have a neurotic or schizophrenic, but someone again suffering from microwave and radiation exposure from the ark.

 

The best evidence in his case comes in 1 Sam. 19:24--"he stripped off his robes and also prophesied in Samuel's presence. He lay that way all that day and night.

 

This is why people say,

"Is Saul also among the prophets?"

No, but like many who 'prophesied' before the Ark, he was suffering from the poisons!

 

According to this, so called 'prophets' must have gotten these same symptoms of madness. If there was this much exposure, he was no doubt removing his clothing because of blistering, erythema, epilation, hyperkeratosis, with a disturbed body temperature rate which alone is enough to make him want to remove his clothing and those 'long robes' of the 'prophets' came off. Fever would always be present as well.

 

He was going through the progressive stages of the illness. He had a complete and abrupt change of attitude to David in the Bible who had tried, as presumably his son or grandson, to comfort him and played his harp to soothe him.

 

We can now understand why Saul needed such musical therapy, which would soothe very distraught neurological endings.


David would then take over the fighting in the field. David however, had a score to settle with the gargantuan Goliath for the state he had put his father in and he went to Goliath and approached him saying.

"Hear this before you die. Were not the two women, from whom you and I were born, sisters?"

Which is certainly a truism, for Goliath's mother was no doubt Lilith who would be a lineage sister to Draupadi.

"And now there was born from Orpha you and your brothers. And because you have risen up today and have come to destroy Israel, behold I who am born from your own blood have come to avenge my people. For after your death your three brothers, too, will fail into my hands. Then you will say to your mother, 'He who was born from your sister has not spared us."

Goliath was, so it was said, over nine feet tall with six fingers and six toes on each appendage, all his ungainly glory wrought from a very confused pathocrine condition.

 

David must have been roughly six feet tall; at least we can deduce he was very strong himself for he drew Goliath's heavy sword (the iron point of the spear, so the Bible says, was fifteen pounds) and cut through Goliath's enormous neck. According to the Gnostic literature just related to, this was more a classic showdown between the son of Judah and one of the Anunnaki best.

 

There was no one else around, except maybe a few officers, as David hit Goliath with a stone from his slingshot and not having completed the kill, mercifully cut his jugular and carotid veins.

 

Goliath having looked up and said,

"hurry and kill me, and then rejoice."

To which David replied,

"Before you die, open your eyes and see your slayer, the one who has killed you."

There was an "angel" there of whom Goliath said,

"Not you alone have killed me, but also the one who is present with you, he whose appearance is not like the appearance of a man,"

In other words, one of the Nibiru were there, and David did not look like a man as the Anunnaki did.

 

The text states that,

"now the angel of the Lord had changed David's appearance, and no one recognized him."

When Saul saw him he did not recognize him. Of course, at this time Saul did not recognize too many!

 

Saul was becoming clearly influenced by whatever Siva was sending to him and he fell into paranoia and madness even denying to recognize David.

"And a spirit abided in Saul" says the Bible, "and he prophesied, saying.

 

"Why are you led astray, Soul, and whom are you pursuing in vain? The time allotted your kingdom has been completed. Go lo your place. For you will die, and David will reign. Will not you and your son die together? And then the kingdom of David will appear."

 

And Saul went away and did not know who! he had prophesied."

In his delusions he seemed to hold David responsible for his condition.

 

In the Eupolemus history of this, he says that Saul's son David then resumed power and became a renowned warrior of which Saul became most jealous of and had twice already tried to kill him with his javelin.

 

David certainly stuck faithfully around his father quite admirably despite the attacks which gives credence to their close relationship.

 

Siva would certainly take advantage of the situation,

"But an evil spirit from the Lord come upon Soul as he was silting in his house with his spear in his hand. While David was playing the harp. Saul tried lo pin him lo the wall with his spear, but David eluded him as Saul drove the spear into the wall. That night David made good his escape."

(1 Sam. 19:8-19).

That EMR was being used is not to be doubted as in another line of 1 Sam. 10:6:

"And the spirit of the Lord will come upon thee Soul, and thou shall prophecy with them, and shall be turned into another man."

There was a great many prophets around in those days, all gone quite mad, in their mumblings and wild declarations from the mania of the poison as it tore their neurological systems asunder with attending mental derangement. Saul like so many 'prophets' was open to any suggestion the 'Lord' wanted to have him think.

 

He was soon taken off the field just as Yudhisthira had to do with so many of the officers at the fall of Jerusalem:

"As Saul turned to leave Samuel, God changed Saul's heart, and oil these signs were fulfilled that day. When they arrived at Gibeoh, a procession of prophets met him; the Spirit of God came upon him in power, and he joined in their prophesying.

 

When all those who had formerly known him saw him prophesying with the prophets, they asked each other,

"Whot is this that has happened lo the son of Kish? Is Saul also among the prophets?"

A man who lived there answered,

"And who is their father?"

So it became a saying:

"Is Saul also among the prophets?" After Saul slopped prophesying, he went to the high place."

(I Sam. 10:9-13)

In other words, it became custom to call those who had totally lost their minds "prophets" and, as in the Veda, many of them were gathered and sent back up to the "high place" to rest camps.

 

They knew quite well these people were crazy, but as the ages progressed we have forgotten what caused it and applied religious connotations to it.


I am inclined to think these events occurred during the siege of Jerusalem before Exodus. David had been rousted from his home eventually by Saul, with his mother, or Draupadi. helping him escape.

 

Saul saying to her,

"Why did you deceive me like this and send my enemy away so that he escaped?" to which she replied, "He said to me, "Let me get away. Why should I kill you?"

(1 Sam, 19:11-18)

Saul ousted Jonathan as well who gave a tearful parting to David.

 

Jonathan could have been his lineage brother, however, David hastens to a "priest" Ahimelech, who gives him Goliath's sword that just happened to be behind an ephod, which is what he no doubt really wanted. Saul was bent on killing him and followed him to the outpost where Ahimelech resided and where the sword of Goliath upset Saul when told the priest gave it to David.

 

Upset over a sword? More likely the ephod. Saul had the priests killed as well as those in Nob and its women, children, animals as well. (Oh, this poor man was sick!)

 

Does the Bible expect us to truly believe Saul acted on the word of a righteous God?

 

Again, we have more than one here to contend with! It seems David was trying to keep the ephod away from his father who had gone mad and from doing further harm with the Ark. Saul chased David into a cave not knowing that the latter cut off a corner of Saul's robe without his knowing it while Saul relieved himself. If it was the kind of robe the priests were wearing, it was no doubt to cut some sort of wire that was driving the poor man mad.

 

David then proceeded, as would be the case here if this was what was done, to call Saul outside the cave and there was a brief conciliation. Later. David thwarts one Abishai from assassinating Saul with a spear as he lay in his tent after a visit from the "Lord' which had caused a deep sleep upon the old soldier which EMR can most certainly do.

 

Later, David would experience the same things and the Philistines, who see-sawed back and forth in their loyalties, could not themselves understand him and in one confrontation when they learned David would lead them, one of the commanders said,

"He must not go with us into battle, or he will turn against us during the fighting."

How better could he regain his master's favor than by taking the heads of our own men?

 

Isn't this the David they song about in their dances:

"Saul has slain his thousands and David his tens of thousands'?"

(1 Sam. 29:1-11)

David became just as bloody as Saul and people could not understand their changes. Saul had gone to great extremes to hide his appearance, "putting on other clothes" says the Bible.

 

In Gnostic literature he bemoans the fact his appearance has changed so he now appears like any mortal man.

"Behold now I know that my appearance has been changed, and the glory of my kingdom has passed from me."

Recall the past descriptions of those who were affected whose appearances so drastically changed for they were not only fighting the effects of this scourge but the atmosphere as well which was quickly changing.

 

This is why so many in the Bible just suddenly 'die', even Samuel just out of the blue, dies and the people not being able to accept what happened, or explain it, create these classic ends to their lives for want of better explanations.

 

Moses too, just suddenly dies, Aaron also.

 

David supposedly "feigns insanity" according to the following from 1 Sam. 21: 13-15,

"So he pretended to be insane in their presence: and while he was in their hands he acted like a madman, making marks on the doors of the gate and letting saliva run down his beard."

Achish said to his servants.

"Look at the man! He is insane! Why bring him to me? Am I so short of madmen that you have to bring this fellow here to carry on like this in from of me? Must this man come into my house?"

Was he really mad?

 

He had a beard and some texts state red hair, which was certainly not Nibiruian unless they were suffering from exposure which now explains why people came not to recognize them and thought them as mortals. Moses too. would have a beard at the end of Exodus, red, and then he would 'die'.

 

This is just what we would expect of people who had the physiologies they had, and explains why their people were so confused. Both he and Saul seem to suffer from hygrostamia causing a nervous condition of hysteria, paralysis of facial nerves involving chorda tympani, of which all can be caused by ataxia, a known result of severe radiation exposure.

 

Hyperesthesia acoustic, resulting from an interference in conduction of sensory responses, explain why both found music so soothing, loud noises would have driven them more insane. A hyperthyroid was causing their facial hair and beards and head hair to redden. The loss of facial muscle control was from the weakened nerves as well as the hyperthyroid which can cause glossitis.

 

Moses who goes through so much just,

"suddenly dies at 120 years, his eyes not even weak, "nor his strength gone."

(Deut. 34:5-7)

Artapanus may give a hint at his actual condition of which he says he was, "tall, ruddy, gray with long hair" which is odd that a 120 year old man should be red-faced for the skin usually pales considerably with age.

 

His sudden demise is understandable for he merely left the field like all these others. Chills and fever accompanied David who fell also to what they say is old age, but for a patriarch he did not live too long.

 

His thyroid was so low the Bible states a young woman was brought to him to keep him warm yet, he had "no intimate relations with her," (I Kgs. 1:1-4) and I am going to believe this because the only woman who would have come to him was Meritaten, or his mother.

 

Saul, so the Bible states, soon reached the brink and after an armor-bearer refused his request to kill him, Saul falls on his sword and kills himself. His son Jonathan(?) dies as well, everyone's heads are cut off and the torsos fastened to a wall. Perhaps Saul had returned after his rest at the "high place. " David mourns Saul and Jonathan, more than if they had been merely friends.

 

David supposedly killed the man who brought the news of Saul's death, the very man whom Saul requested to put him out of his misery and David says to him,

"Why were you not afraid to lift your hand to destroy the Lord's anointed?"

(2 Sam. 1:12-16)

How confusing, for he was trying to save Saul before!

 

There were sure a lot of 'prophet's' in those bewildering days! David had put a curse on Joebs house that they may,

"never be without someone who has o running sore or leprosy or who leans on a crutch or who falls by the sword or who locks food."

He has just given an excellent account of radiation poison, abscesses, ataxia, mental disorientation and anorexia!


David led his men to Jerusalem to oust Siva's Jebusites. The ark was brought from Kiriath Jearim. As it was being guided in a cart by Uzzah and Ahio, Uzzah reached his hand to steady it only to be struck down dead as one of the oxen lost its footing, jarring the ark.

 

Its power must have been immense and David had already summoned his officers, the Levites, to handle it. The ark was not taken into the city, oddly, but remained at the home of Obed-Edom. the Gittite, where it remained three months, the Bible adding his household was blessed!

 

This was at the time of the falling of Jerusalem and things were no doubt too hazardous to bring it to the city which was being destroyed by "demons."

 

A tent in the city was arranged to accommodate it and when the Levites arrived it was moved there,

"no one but the Levites may carry the ark of God, because the Lord chose them to carry the ark of the Lord and to minister before Mm forever."

David and the others were clothed in linen and David also had the ephod, receiving instructions no doubt from above.

 

Music and singing supposedly accompanied it, but this seems more symbolic for they surely wanted to be disturbed as little as possible.

 

The Bible says Mickal his 'wife' "despised" David for dancing in front of it. Here Mickal is in this case Draupadi who was know doubt worried sick, not that he was actually dancing, but probably scurrying around the thing with ephod in hand attempting to control it, trying to avoid what had happened to Uzzah. Perhaps the band that played merely tried to keep the people's attention away from it.

 

She was also, so the Bible says, upset that he had disrobed himself before all as he danced, but they may have found in the atmosphere they were in it caused their clothing to be more moisturous, attracting the emanations, which may be why Uzzah was zapped. David merely forgot his Nibiruian modesty and in his agitation and wisdom, just stripped himself.


Jerusalem had been hit hard by what appears to be bombing and the Lord above complained that he needed another temple to dwell in as "I have been moving from place to place with a tent as my dwelling," (2Sam 7:4-17) which tells us that he did alight at times, and as they were fighting, they needed a respite.

 

David was definitely suffering at the first battle with the Philistines where "he become exhausted" (2Sam. 21-15a) which is strange for he is supposed to be roughly thirty years old by the Bible and who previously had lifted the mighty sword of Goliath.

 

When one Ishbi-Benob attempted lo kill him, Abishai had to rescue him! Oh, how the mighty had fallen!

 

His men said,

"Never again will you go out with us to battle, so that the lamp of Israel will not be extinguished."

This is what makes the Bible so confusing for in pages before his prowess knows no end, and now he is totally spent! (Another contradiction is that in one of these Philistine battles Goliath is killed - again - which is not so strange for they tell us these people could even, considering the situation, restore one's decapitated head).

 

I would like very much to continue with the story of David, which is much confused, but needless to say the Bible combined his and Solomon's dealings with Sheba who was either Lilith or one of the latter daughters. Bathsheba is none other than Sheba.

 

Having David create bantling offspring is certainly not warranted here. Both he and Saul suffered from the wrath of a Lord 'holy' could never be attributed.

 

David having helped Saul so the latter "would feel better, and the evil spirit would leave him" (1 Sam 16:14-23) playing his harp for him could not alleviate the madness. Saul even took a pair of oxen and cutting them to pieces, sent each by messenger throughout Israel stating,

"This is what will be done to the oxen of anyone who does not follow Saul and Samuel."

Sounds like the Godfather!

 

David captures a thousand chariots and hamstrings "all but o hundred of the chariot horses."

 

Why would he destroy valuable animals, particularly horses in wartime? Siva was certainly doing an excellent job! David's refusing to drink the water his men risked their lives to obtain within Philistine lines, basing it on some philosophical reasoning, is silly. Hygrostamia would certainly leave him with an insatiable thirst and the loss of mucous in his cranial sinuses in the heat of the desert would bring him to the brink of madness.

 

Someone was certainly trying to destroy all of them in the crudest manner there is in warfare. But we cannot afford to relegate all this to religious rapture for even the latter is madness in itself. We have through our histories carried the insanity from these times both physically and mentally.


Well, we had left Moses preparing to lead his troops to do battle amidst the silver trumpets with the house of Judah at the lead from those of the Nibiru who were scattered around the territories, displaced from the fall, with the Israelites, the nomads whom he intended to use to their advantage.

 

The tabernacle was taken with. Interestingly, the tabernacle was carried ahead and set up before the army reached there to encamp. The "cloud" of course followed the army by day.

 

Funny how this cloud appears when maneuvers begin, proof against it being a 'natural' occurrence as these desert people would have paid no heed.
 

"On the day the tabernacle, the Tent of the Testimony, was set up, the cloud covered it. From evening till morning the cloud above the tabernacle looked like fire.

 

That is how it continued to be; the cloud covered it, and at night it looked like fire. Whenever the cloud lifted from above the Tent, the Israelites set out; wherever the cloud settled, the Israelites encamped. At the Lord's command the Israelites set out, and at his command they encamped. As long as the cloud stayed over the tabernacle, they remained in camp. When the cloud remained over the tabernacle o long time, the Israelites obeyed the Lord's order and did not set out.

 

Sometimes the cloud was over the tabernacle only a few days: at the Lord's command they would encamp, and then at his command they would set out. Sometimes the cloud stayed only from evening till morning, and when it lifted in the morning, they set out. Whether by day or by night, whenever the cloud lifted, they set out.

 

Whether the cloud stayed over the tabernacle for two days or o month or a year, the Israelites would remain in comp and not set out; but when il lifted, they would set out.

 

At the Lord's command they encamped, and at the Lord's command they set out. They obeyed the Lord's order, in accordance with his command through Moses."

(Num. 9:15-23)

Note the cloud would stay up to a year, an awfully long time for a "cloud," yet it gives credence to the tabernacle as a retreat.

 

Apparently, some of the people incurred the wrath of God, as he was not well pleased with something they had done and he created an abject lesson:

"Now the people complained about their hardships in the hearing of the Lord, and when he heard them his anger was aroused. Then fire from the Lord burned among them and consumed some of the outskirts of the camp. When the people cried out to Moses, he prayed to the Lord and the fire died down. So that place was called Toberoh, (burning) because fire from the Lord had burned among them."

(Num. 11:1-3)

The rabble were at this time giving Moses quite a problem with their demands which I have always thought strange.

 

Here, they supposedly had a mighty supernatural force, so we have been taught to believe, that they all fear, but these people are constantly tempting the Lord. Could it be they knew he was only flesh and blood like they?

 

Moses complained that he cannot be at all places at all times to direct these genetic misfits,

"Did I conceive all these people? Did I give them birth?" he bitterly complains to Rama above when they cannot get things done.

If it had been Siva he would have disposed of them all for good.

"Why do you tell me to carry them in my arms, as a nurse carries an infant, to the land you promised on oath to their forefathers?... If this is how you are going to treat me, put me to death right now - if I have found favor in your eyes - and do not lei me face my own ruin."

(Num. 11:10-15)

Does sound odd. does it not? Here he wants Moses to succeed and he supposedly hampers him with them, but I do not believe the Lord was too thrilled by all this himself and tried to appease the rabble.


Moses was told to gather the elders and have them come to the Tent of Meeting. They did not want to kill these people, so it seems the Lord tries what the opposition does.

"Then the Lord come down in the cloud and spoke with him, and he took of the Spirit that was on him and put the Spirit on the seventy elders. When the Spirit rested on them, they prophesied, but they did not do so again (actual translation "prophesied and continued to do so" - A.N.)

The 'spirit was EMR and these elders were the leaders of the rabble whom he hoped would now do his bidding for he had no luck trying to work with them, thus those famous 'prophets' were made.

 

They now had them in control, at least this scurvy bunch, which is revealed in the satirical remarks of Moses here:

"However, two men, who's names were Eldod and Medad, had remained in the camp. They were listed among the elders, but did not go out to the tent. (Apparently, they were wise to the situation.) Yet the Spirit also rested on them, and they prophesied in the comp.

 

A young man run and told Moses, "Eldod and Medod ore prophesying in the comp." Joshua son of Nun, who had been Moses aide since youth, spoke up and said, "Moses, my lord, stop them!"


But Moses replied, "Are you jealous for my sake? I wish that oil the Lord's people were prophets and that the Lord would put his Spirit on them.!" Then Moses and the elders of Israel returned to the comp."

(Num. 11:26-30)

Watch it Moses, you are beginning to sound like Siva!

 

But they were at this point losing their strongholds throughout the east and the people were lucky more was not done to them.


The Lord then made quail, "about three feet" deep fall around the hungry people (Num 11:31-35) which backfired on their weakened conditions for a "plague" of severity broke out, killing many.

 

If they had this many birds falling amongst them with their weakened states they were prime targets for hypersensitivity pneumonitis, otherwise known as bird-breeders lung. One bit of evidence that gives it away is that,

"while the meat was still between their teeth and before it could be consumed, the anger of the Lord burned against the people," (Num. 11:31-35) for the disease manifests with a high fever from 4-6 hours after exposure.

In another rebuke against these people the,

"Lord said to Moses and Aaron: "How long will this wicked community grumble against me? I have heard the complaints of these grumbling Israelites.

 

So tell them, 'As surely as I live, declares the Lord, I will do to you the very things I heard you say: In the desert your bodies will fall - every one of you twenty years old or more who was counted in the census and who has grumbled against me. Not one of you will enter the land I swore with uplifted hand to make your home, except Coleb son of Jephunneh and Joshua son of Nun.

 

As for your children that you said would be token as plunder. I will bring them in to enjoy the land you have rejected. But you - your bodies will fall in this desert. Your children will be shepherds here for forty years, suffering for your unfaithfulness, until the lost of your bodies lies in the desert.

 

For forty years - one year for each of the forty days you explored the land - you will suffer for your sins and know what it is like lo have me against you.' /, the Lord, have spoken, and I will surely do these things to this whole wicked community, which has banded together against me. They will meet their end in this desert: here they will die."

(Num. 14:26-35)

Well, now, I cannot think of a better way to get rid of the Hyskos!

 

However, the Lord had trouble with a small dispute of the Levites that was corrected, but others still persisted amongst the nomads and Rama told Moses,

"Say to the assembly, 'Move away from the tents of Korah, Dathon and Abiram'."

(Num. 16:20-26)

These three men were the instigators of the trouble and Moses said to the people,

"Do not touch anything belonging ta them, or you will be swept away because of all their sins."

The men stood at their tents with their wives and children and Moses then addressed the people,

"This is how you. will know that the Lord has sent me to do all these things and that it was not my idea: If these men die a natural death and experience only what usually happens to men, then the Lord has not sent me.

 

But if the Lord brings about something totally new, and the earth opens its mouth and swallows them, with everything that belongs to them, and they go down alive into the grave, then you will know that these men have treated the Lord with contempt."

(Num. 16:27-30)

After the speech the ground "under them split apart and the earth opened its mouth and swallowed them," and all the families went under, "alive into the grave" crying as they went.

 

Before this Moses had 250 men put incense in 250 censers to present before the Lord at this assembly and when the ground had opened a,

"fire came out from the Lord and consumed the 250 men who were offering the incense."

It would have been interesting to know what the incense was for it must have had iron particles or some other metal to draw these radiations. This was awfully dire though, but so was the many people Siva was putting to death which they had to stop and apparently these people would not cease their belligerency.

 

They must have tinkered with the ark as the following reveals; the men burned by radiation, for only one of their personal could handle what was left:

"The Lord said to Moses.

"Tell Eleozar son of Aaron, the priest, to lake the censers out of the smoldering remains and scatter the coals same distance away, far the censers are holy - the censers of the men who sinned at the cost of their lives. Hammer the censers into sheets to overlay the altar, for they were presented before the Lord and have become holy. Let them be a sign to the Israelites."

So Eleazor the priest collected the bronze censers brought by those who had been burned up, and he had them hammered out to overly the altar, as the Lord directed him through Moses.

 

This was to remind the Israelites that no one except a descendant of Aaran should come to bum incense before the Lord, or he would become like Koroh and his followers."

The next day, the people in their anger turned out in mobs against Moses and Aaron for the killing of the people. Suddenly, the cloud came down but the mystery was whether this was Rama or Siva who was angered, for Moses and Aaron take censers and incense and run among the people to stop god's wrath.

 

However, 14,700 people die anyway in the "plague."

 

It really makes no sense that Moses would go against the Lord here, but Siva may have been upset his trouble makers, whom he know doubt planted, were killed. It seems odd the people would rise in revolt after seeing what had happened to Korah and the others. To prove the power of the ark, Aaron's staff, among eleven others of the tribe, is placed before it and only his staff sprouted buds and even blossoms with almonds. Intense radiation will make plants grow very quickly.

 

According to Num 18:21-24, the Levites are to be served by the Israelites who are again warned not to go near the Tent of Meeting, so whatever happened in these events, and the constant warnings to these people, had to center around the ark and whatever went on in these meeting places where the instruments were.


On the trek, snakes bothered the people and Moses set up a bronze snake, which would be worshiped later, placing it on a pole, but as all these 'snakes' it was probably wiring of some sort which sent resonances to keep vermin away as we use today.

 

I think the line that anyone bitten who looks at it is cured is stretching it a bit, unless it had some sort of electromagnetic powers to drive the poison away by constricting blood flow or numbing the nerves.


It has always been amazing how many are killed in their battles with the traditional weaponry they supposedly used, but if they were using the type weaponry believed here, it would not be exaggeration.


One of Moses' classic confrontations were the 24,000 killed in another plague which had nothing to do with EMR, but. the pure bestiality of the people he had to content with. It seems one man Zimsi and a Midianite woman were killed for evolving a conspiracy that tempted the men of Moses armies to the Moabite women. The plague came as a result, which seems to have been sort of a plan by the enemy. The following however, could only be known by someone well versed in the area of pathogens.

 

After the battle, where Moses had waged war on them, he is upset that his army commanders allowed the women to live because they had tricked the men and brought plague. Was it venereal disease?

 

The army then returned and killed all the boys and "every woman who has slept with a man" but spared those who did not (Num. 31:17,18)

 

Later at the camp anyone who killed or touched anyone had to remain outside the camp seven days. Everything as well as the captives were purified, every garment of leather, goat hair or wool, which are prime areas for bacterial growth. Even articles of gold, silver, bronze, iron, tin and lead that could withstand fire were cleansed in it. and by water. It sounds as though these people became the said harbingers of gonorrhea and gonococcal strains that spreads not only through intercourse, but by touch as well as the germs transmutate so.

 

He detained his soldiers for a week for it manifests in 2-6 days. Rama must have burned like his famous staff!


Another volume could be devoted to Moses but let us jump past his so-called death and go to Joshua who then assumed command, and the push for Jericho. The ark was carried to the Jordan by the Levites, the others warned to stay 1,000 yards away from it.

 

As the Levites came to the waters edge the water parted as it had for Moses. Before the battle for Jericho commenced, a "Divine Commander appears" (Josh. 5:13-15) and Joshua asks him whose side he is on, again a revelation that there is more than one God here and two factions are fighting.

 

The "Commander" says though he is for neither. I am wondering though if Joshua was not as the others and was affected by the ark as he,

"tore his clothes and fell face down to the ground before the ark of the Lord, remaining there till evening. The elders of Israel did the same, and sprinkled dust an their heads."

(Josh 7:6-9)

He then makes a very unusual prayer to the Lord,

"Ah, Sovereign Lord, why did you ever, bring this people across the Jordon to deliver us into the hands of the Amorites to destroy us? If only we had been content to stay on the other side of the Jordon! O Lord, what con I say, now that Israel has been routed by its enemies? The Canaanites and the other people of the country will hear about this and they will surround us and wipe out our name from the earth. What then will you do for your own great name?"

Is the Lord in this strictly for his own prestige? I cannot believe Rama was. but certainly Siva.

 

The Lord then tells him that the people have stolen his "devoted things" and have lied and that the Israelites cannot face their enemies which was true, but he states,

"I will not be with you anymore unless you destroy whatever among you is devoted to destruction."

Hold on now, both these Lords have done pretty good destroying other people for whatever reasons, now he does not want to be with them until they get rid of the nasty weapons?

 

The truth comes out in the next passages as the "Lord," who turns out to be Siva it seems, tells Joshua that he,

"cannot stand against your enemies until you remove if."

And that which he probably wanted removed was the ephod no doubt for then Joshua would fall before his forces and Siva would obtain Jericho which was being held by Moses' men, not his.

 

How could walls as strong as Jericho's just crumple from the sounds of trumpets and shouts? The ram's horns are present (oh! oh! Shades Of Siva!), while with Moses we had flourishes of trumpets. The prostitute Rehab who, with her ladies of the evening, saved the spies Joshua presumably sent, and were to be spared at the attack.

 

This is rather ridiculous when Moses had just destroyed a whole city of harlots and now Joshua is doing business with them. Jericho was a very old spaceport and was badly wanted by the enemy, and with a little mental rearranging Siva saw to it Joshua attacked his own base. The city's walls fell from some sort of auditory or radiation despite the little march for seven days Joshua's men did around it.

 

When taken, some of Joshua's men attempted to take the "devoted things" of which the "Lord's anger burned" and it was here that Joshua fell down and tore his clothes and you can guess that they attempted to steal back what they did not want Siva to have. After all this destruction the Lord then makes his statement that he will not be with them anymore unless they stop their thievery. He wanted whatever it was quite badly!

 

Joshua too then went on a virtual blood bath with many thousands dying as the Lord sent hailstones and made the sun stand still in the famous battle, which sounds very much like Siva whose trademark this seems to be in the Veda and Sumer texts.

 

Saul may have had his thousands, David his tens of thousands but it sounds like Joshua must have had millions:

"he totally destroyed oil who breathed, just as the Lord, the God of Israel, had commanded."

A curious line is that he destroyed all cities, save those on mounds, which in this case would have spelled launching bases. Whose, I wonder?


A curious find in the latest archaeological digs in Jericho, is a massive tower with a free-standing wall built on the inside of the fortification and not outside where it would have done better to defend the city. The walls seem to have been of very little defense for whomever inhabited the city. There were n^rooms found within the tower and it is believed water tanks or silos surrounded it.

 

This tower reminds me of the Sumerian writings of the "House With No Light" which seems to have had other uses which, given the fabric of these times, could be most anything.

A Talmudic saying says that,

"when the dogs ay it is a sign that the angel of death is in town, and when they laugh, it is o sign that Elijah, the messenger of good tidings is in town."

(TB Baba Kamma 60a)

And if electromagnetism was being used here for their air ships, you can understand how dogs probably put up a howl with their supersensitive ears rather than with the "elixir," or fuel powered ships of the opposition.


We can easily deduce why there was such a war here for gold as at King Solomon's Mines, as they urgently needed it to build their ships and instruments. It also takes no great guessing as to why the Bronze Age flourished with its copper and zinc base which retards radiations and iron was little used.
 

 

 

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