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Melchizedek. Melchizedek or Malki Tzedek (/mɛl.ˈkɪz.ə.dɪk/[1]); (Hebrew: מַלְכִּי־צֶדֶֿק malkī-ṣeḏeq) (translated as "my king (is) righteous(ness)") was a king and priest mentioned during the Abram narrative in the 14th chapter of the Book of Genesis. Spelling[edit] In the majority of Masoretic Hebrew text the name is written in as two words ("malki zedek"),[4] but in the Septuagint, New Testament, Latin Vulgate and Authorised King James Version it appears as one word.[5] Etymology[edit] The Epistle to the Hebrews,[6] along with Josephus[7] interpret the name "malki" as meaning "the king",[8] and "tzedek", meaning "righteous(ness)" or "justice".[9] This interpretation is upheld by modern scholars because in the Dead Sea Scroll 4QAmram 2.3 is found the opposite name Melchi-resha ("king of evil") for a chief angel of darkness.[10] However, it is also possible that malchi is not a possessive pronoun but genitive case.

Theophoric association[edit] Samaritan variance[edit] In Judaism[edit] Tithe recipient[edit] ACTS of the APOSTLES (VISUAL BIBLE) @NWUFOCHASERS on Northwest UFO Chasers - Waterfox. Seraph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Waterfox. A seraph (/ˈsɛr.əf/; pl. seraphs or seraphim /ˈsɛr.ə.fɪm/; Hebrew: שְׂרָפִים śərāfîm, singular שָׂרָף śārāf; Latin: seraphi[m], singular seraph[us]; Greek: σεραφείμ) is a type of celestial or heavenly being in the Abrahamic religions. Origins and development[edit] The word seraphim, literally "burning ones", transliterates a Hebrew plural noun; translation yields seraphs. The word saraph/seraphim appears three times in the Torah (Numbers 21:6–8, Deuteronomy 8:15) and four times in the Book of Isaiah (6:2–6, 14:29, 30:6). In Numbers and Deuteronomy the "seraphim" are serpents—the association of serpents as "burning ones" is possibly due to the burning sensation of the poison.[1] Isaiah also uses the word in close association with words to describe snakes (nachash, the generic word for snakes, in 14:29, and epheh, viper, in 30:6).

In the Hebrew Bible the seraphs do not have the status of angels. In Judaism[edit] In Christianity[edit] St. As mascots and symbols[edit] See also[edit]


Christianity. Hinduism. Judaism. The Fallen Archangel - Waterfox. Mahanirvana Tantra Index - Waterfox. The reincarnation of Jesus. By Kevin Williams More evidence of reincarnation being a teaching by Jesus can be found in the belief systems of the early Judeo-Christians. One group, known as the Ebionites, believed the Holy Spirit had incarnated first as Adam and then later Jesus. Other groups, such as the Elkasaites and Nazarites, also believed this. In the Clementine Homilies, an early Judeo-Christian document, also taught of Jesus having many previous incarnations. The Jewish sect of Samaritans in Jesus' day, believed the spirit of Adam had reincarnated as Seth, Noah, Abraham, and Moses. The articles listed below presents a large amount of evidence that the Christ soul, not only incarnated as Jesus, but incarnated previously within other Old Testament personalities. Modern research into both near-death experiences and reincarnation, such as that of Dr.


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Religion and mythology. Religion and mythology differ but have overlapping aspects. Both terms refer to systems of concepts that are of high importance to a certain community, making statements concerning the supernatural or sacred. Generally, mythology is considered one component or aspect of religion. Religion is the broader term: besides mythological aspects, it includes aspects of ritual, morality, theology, and mystical experience. A given mythology is almost always associated with a certain religion such as Greek mythology with Ancient Greek religion.

Disconnected from its religious system, a myth may lose its immediate relevance to the community and evolve—away from sacred importance—into a legend or folktale. Religion and mythology[edit] Definitions[edit] Religion is a belief concerning the supernatural, sacred, or divine, and the moral codes, practices, values, and institutions associated with such belief.[1] Religious beliefs and practices may include the following: Academic views[edit] "[J. J.R.R. "... Left Behind. Home Page. Guy Ballard. Guy Warren Ballard (July 28, 1878 – December 29, 1939) was an American mining engineer who became, with his wife, Edna Anne Wheeler Ballard, the founder of the "I AM" Activity. Ballard was born in Newton, Kansas and married his wife in Chicago in 1916. Ballard served in the U.S. Army in World War I, and then became a mining engineer. Both Edna and Guy studied Theosophy and the occult extensively. Revelation[edit] Ballard visited Mount Shasta, California in 1930, where he met another hiker who identified himself as the Count of St.

Guy Ballard, his wife Edna, and later his son Edona Eros "Donald" Ballard (1918-1973), it is believed, became the "sole Accredited Messengers" of Saint Germain. Activity[edit] The "I AM" Activity started from public lectures about these encounters and grew rapidly in the 1930s. The "I AM" Activity describes itself as an apolitical, spiritual and educational organization financed by contributions from its members. The "I AM" Activity began after Mr. Notes[edit] Satan's Final Deception Before Christ Returns. Tree of the knowledge of good and evil. In Genesis[edit] Motif[edit] Composition[edit] In the phrase, tree of knowledge of good and evil, the tree imparts knowledge of tov wa-ra, "good and bad".

The traditional translation is "good and evil", but tov wa-ra is a fixed expression denoting "everything". To Harry Orlinsky, this phrase does not necessarily denote a moral concept.[4] However, Robert Alter believes that there could be a moral connotation after all: When God forbids the man to eat from the tree of knowledge, He says that if he does so, he is "doomed to die". The Hebrew behind this, is in the form used in the Hebrew Bible for issuing death sentences. Religious views[edit] Judaism[edit] In Jewish tradition, the Tree of Knowledge and the eating of its fruit represents the beginning of the mixture of good and evil together.

Christianity[edit] Islam[edit] When they ate from this tree their nakedness appeared to them and they began to sew together, for their covering, leaves from the Garden. Other cultures[edit] See also[edit] Metatron. Origins[edit] The identification of Metatron with Enoch is not explicitly made in the Talmud although it does reference a Prince of the World who was young but now is old. However, some of the earliest kabbalists assumed the connection. There also seems to be two Metatrons, one spelled with six letters (מטטרון), and one spelled with seven (מיטטרון).

The former may be the transformed Enoch, Prince of the Countenance within the divine palace; the latter, the Primordial Metatron, an emanation of the "Cause of Causes", specifically the tenth and last emanation, identified with the earthly Divine Presence.[6] Furthermore, the Merkabah text Re’ uyot Yehezkel identifies the Ancient of Days from Daniel as Metatron.[5] Talmud[edit] The Talmud states, it was proved to Elisha that Metatron could not be a second deity by the fact that Metatron received 60 "strokes with fiery rods" to demonstrate that Metatron was not a god, but an angel, and could be punished.[5] Etymology[edit] See also[edit] "Dying Process" SUN GODS: History of Religion Part 1 of 3.

Church of Reality. Think back 1000 years ago. Being human was quite different than it is today. They didn't have most everything that surrounds us today. Life was very different. Most people were involved in farming. Most of their energy went into eating and surviving. Today things are quite different. The Tree of Knowledge defines who we are as a species. To grow and maintain the Tree of Knowledge is to contribute and improve humanity as a whole. Even though we see ourselves as scientifically advanced and knowledgeable, we are not. True knowledge often has a price. If the world wasn't created in 6 days for example, (God resting on the 7th) then what is the point of all the Jewish laws relating to the Sabbath? For the Jews to grow their tree of knowledge and maintain their religious identity, they would have to have a modern day prophet who would redefine what it is to be a Jew in a modern context. My point is that there are a lot of barriers to the process of correcting old and false information.

Practices of Jehovah's Witnesses. 4561Google + Jehovah's Witnesses avoid making rules and regulations beyond those provided in the Scriptures, and they do not follow traditions that contradict Bible teachings. Emphasis is placed on personal application of Bible principles and the value of a sound, Bible-based conscience. {1} Baptism Jehovah's Witnesses baptize those "of a responsible age" who have made a conscious decision to join the faith. Witnessing and Evangelism Probably the most well-known practice of the Jehovah's Witnesses is evangelism, which is most often done door-to-door.

Jesus told his followers to "make disciples of people of all the nations," and he set the example by "journeying from city to city and from village to village, preaching and declaring the good news of the kingdom of God. " Evangelism is central to the religious life of a Jehovah's Witness. Each Kingdom Hall has an assigned territory for which it is responsible to evangelize, and each publisher has an assigned neighborhood. Kingdom Hall Services. Samyaza. Samyaza (Aramaic: שמיחזה, Greek: Σεμιαζά) also Semihazah, Shemyazaz, Shemyaza, Sêmîazâz, Semjâzâ, Samjâzâ, Semyaza, and Shemhazai is a fallen angel of apocryphal Jewish and Christian tradition that ranked in the heavenly hierarchy as one of the Grigori (meaning "Watchers" in Greek).

The name 'Shemyaza[z]' means 'infamous rebellion', the combination of 'shem' [meaning 'name' or 'fame' {whether positive or negative}] + 'azaz' [which means 'rebellion' or 'arrogance' as a negative particle]. Michael Knibb lists him as “the (or my) name has seen” or “he sees the name”. The interesting thing about the second interpretation is there is a tale about Semjâzâ knowing the explicit name of God and making a deal with a human (Istahar) to tell her the name.[1] Possible identification outside of the Book of Enoch[edit] Sins of Samyaza and his associates[edit] A full listing of the leaders of the group can be found on the 1 Enoch page.

Finally, the judgement of the associates of Samyaza is described. Anak. Anak (/ˈeɪˌnæk/; Heb. 'nq spelt as both ענק and as הענק depending upon the reference) was a well-known figure during the conquest of Canaan by the Israelites who, according to the Book of Numbers, was a forefather of the Anakites[1][2] (Heb. Anakim) who have been considered "strong and tall," they were also said to have been a mixed race of giant people, descendants of the Nephilim (Numbers 13:33). The use of the word "nephilim" in this verse describes a crossbreed of God's sons and the daughters of man, as cited in (Genesis 6:1-2) and (Genesis 6:4). The text states that Anak was a Rephaite (Deuteronomy 2:11) and a son of Arba (Joshua 15:13). Etymologically, Anak means [long] neck.[3] The sons of Anak are first mentioned in Numbers 13.

The Israelite leader Moses sends twelve spies representing the twelve tribes of Israel to scout out the land of Canaan, and give a full report to the congregation. The Anakites are later mentioned briefly in the books of Deuteronomy, Joshua, and Judges. Uriel. Uriel (אוּרִיאֵל "El/God is my light", Auriel/Oriel (God is my light) Standard Hebrew Uriʾel, Tiberian Hebrew ʾÛrîʾēl) is one of the archangels of post-Exilic Rabbinic tradition, and also of certain Christian traditions. In Judaism and Christianity[edit] Name and origins[edit] Uriel is often identified as a cherub and angel of repentance.[4] He "stands at the Gate of Eden with a fiery sword",[5] or as the angel who "watches over thunder and terror".[6] In the Apocalypse of Peter he appears as the Angel of Repentance, who is graphically represented as being as pitiless as any demon.

In the Life of Adam and Eve, Uriel is regarded as the spirit (i.e., one of the cherubs) of the third chapter of Genesis. He is also identified as one of the angels who helped bury Adam and Abel in Paradise. He checked the doors of Egypt for lamb's blood during the plague. He also holds the key to the Pit during the End Times and led Abraham to the West. At the Council of Rome of 745, Pope St. In Enoch[edit] Koinonia House - The Ministry of Chuck and Nancy Missler.

Christian Zionism. Lord Shaftesbury's "Memorandum to Protestant Monarchs of Europe for the restoration of the Jews to Palestine", published in the Colonial Times, in 1841 Christian Zionism is a belief among some Christians that the return of the Jews to the Holy Land, and the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, is in accordance with Biblical prophecy. The term Christian Zionism was popularized in the mid-twentieth century, following the coining of the term "Zionism" in 1890. Prior to that time the common term was Restorationism.[1][2] Traditional Catholic thought did not consider Zionism in any form;[3] Christian advocacy of the restoration of the Jews arose following the Protestant Reformation. Some Christian Zionists believe that the "ingathering" of Jews in Israel is a prerequisite for the Second Coming of Jesus. This belief is primarily, though not exclusively, associated with Christian Dispensationalism. History prior to the First Zionist Conference[edit] Protestant Reformation[edit]

Chuck Missler. Charles "Chuck" Missler is an author, evangelical Christian, Bible teacher, and former businessman. He is the founder of the Koinonia House ministry based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Biography[edit] Charles W. Missler graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy before working for several years in the aerospace and computer industries. In 1983 Missler became the chairman and chief executive of Helionetics Inc., another technology company.[2] He left Heliotronics in 1984 "to pursue other opportunities in the high-technology field In 1989 he headed up the Phoenix Group International, a former Colorado real estate company that entered the high-tech industry to sell personal computers to Russian schools.[3] Phoenix filed for bankruptcy protection in 1990 when the deal did not develop as anticipated.[7] Missler has also written the foreword to Exo-Vaticana, a book which uses anecdotal evidences to draw attention to the Vatican and its practices.

Controversy[edit] Books[edit] References[edit] Tartarus. Greek mythology[edit] In Greek mythology, Tartarus is both a deity and a place in the underworld. In ancient Orphic sources and in the mystery schools, Tartarus is also the unbounded first-existing entity from which the Light and the cosmos are born. As for the place, Hesiod asserts that a bronze anvil falling from heaven would fall nine days before it reached the earth. The anvil would take nine more days to fall from earth to Tartarus.[3] In The Iliad (c. 700 BC), Zeus asserts that Tartarus is "as far beneath Hades as heaven is high above the earth. " Originally, Tartarus was used only to confine dangers to the gods of Olympus.

In later mythologies, Tartarus became the place where the punishment fits the crime. For example: According to Plato (c. 427 BC), Rhadamanthus, Aeacus and Minos were the judges of the dead and chose who went to Tartarus. Plato also proposes the concept that sinners were cast under the ground to be punished in accordance with their sins in the Myth of Er. Jinn/ djinn/ jinns - UFO, alien, spirit, demon, ghost, Grey, poltergeist, Ascended Master, Fairy, incubi, Men in Black, reptilian, nephilim, doppelganger,  space brother, monster - Waterfox. How Many Religions Are There in the World. Elua and His Companions. Book of Enoch. Links Between, and About, Zionism, Freemasonry and Jehovah's Witnesses.

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