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Michael Jackson Justice: Erasing The Syrian

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The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Erasing The Syrian



Genocide of the Word




Now as I beheld the living creatures, behold one wheel upon the earth by the living creatures, with his four faces.   The appearance of the wheels and their work was like unto the color of a beryl:  and they four had one likeness: and their appearance and their work was as it were a wheel in the middle of a wheel.

When they went, they went upon their four sides:  and they turned not when they went.   As for their rings, they were so high that they were dreadful; and their rings were full of eyes round about them four.


I wanted to talk about Laban again, as I was in error about something concerning Jacob’s uncle.   Before this, I want to share with you this incident.

Before me I saw two rounded rings that were milky white.  They looked as if they were coming up out of liquid much like milk.  The two rounded rings were side by side so that I could see there were two; but I knew that they would sit one atop another.

As I saw these two as they were side by side, a voice came around me from one I could not see.  His voice said to me “If you wish to enter the rings, take of the food that is handed down to you.  If not, then do not take of the kings food”.

I heard the last sentence as I was waking and I was confused.  Were the rings good or bad?  Was the king’s food good or bad?

I remembered from the book of Daniel that he and his three friends would not eat of the kings meat, and would only eat fruit and vegetables.  Was that what God wanted me to do?

As for the rings I did not know if they were good or bad either.  There are rings of jewelry mentioned in the scriptures; and there are the rings that Ezekiel saw of the living creatures.

Ezekiel1:17-19 describes how the creatures went up on their four sides, and that they turned not when they went.  Their “rings” were so high they were dreadful and their rings were full of eyes.  It then describes how when the living creatures went, the wheels went by them.  When the creatures were lifted up from the earth, the wheels were lifted up.  These are the same wheels which works are as the color of beryl and were as a wheel inside of a wheel.  The spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.

Were the wheels and the rings the same thing?  This was something I had to come back to as the understanding of it would not come until later.

Something was shown to me in the genealogy of the forefathers of Israel in which the answer to that question is answered; and that of the removal of Syria in some of the scriptures seems to foreshadow what is going on in Syria today.  Before we go there I have an intense apology to make to you all and I prayed to God that I have not offended anyone in the error I have made.

While writing on Abraham a year ago, we had followed Abraham of Syria (of Ur) and Isaac and Jacob in the Deuteronomy 26:5 verse “A Syrian was my father”.  In the story of Jacob and Laban and Laban’s daughters I had mistakenly associated Laban with Ishmael, believing him to be Ishmael’s son: because he is named as Jacob’s “uncle”.  Jacob’s father was Isaac and Ishmael was Isaac’s half brother by Sara’s handmaid Hagi.

This however is not the case.  Laban was actually the son of Bethuel which was Abraham’s brother.  Lot's father was Abraham's other brother, Haran.  So Laban would have been Jacob’s great uncle by Bethuel; and not his half uncle by Ishmael.

I ask that you please forgive my error and I thank you for the opportunity to correct this.   This means that neither of Laban’s daughters were Arabic.  This integration took place later through the wives.

While looking up Laban’s lineage, I was moved to search out the meaning of some of the names in this lineage.  The reason I did this was two-fold:  As I searched, I found that some of the English versions of the Bible (those that were newer) had changed or omitted a few things.  One, was this verse still found in the King James Version:

And thou shalt speak and say before the Lord your God, A Syrian ready to perish was my father, and he went down into Egypt, and sojourned there with a few, and became there a nation, great, mighty, and populous:

In many other newer, English translations this reads very differently.  “A Syrian ready to perish was my father” is turned into “a wandering Aramean” and even the Douay-Rhimes Bible posts “A Syrian pursued my father . . .”

This verse in Deuteronomy refers to Abraham, even though his sons Isaac, and Isaac’s son Jacob also ended up going to Egypt prompted by God.  Abraham was the first to sojourn there even though he did not stay.   Abram/Abraham was the first named “Hebrew” (Ibrim) which means to “cross over”.

Why did the newer English versions remove “Syrian” in favor of “Aramean” (Aramaic)?  Ara = River, Aer = Air, breeze, to lift + possible Aerate (to let breathe); also Gothic “ara” eagle (take to the air, to lift).

Lot inWikipedia is said to mean “covering” or “veil”; however etymology gives a different meaning: “share of land” or “portion”, a measure of”.  Haran, if the /h/ is silent aran (offspring of Aaron, Iran) or the origin of “Aramean”.  Aran and Ur in Genesis 36 is the son of Dishan, who is the son of Seir (rough, hairy or in ancient Egyptian, “prince”).  They eventually intermarried into “Edom”.  Etymology “seir” from Irish “heel” and PIE root “spere” for ankle – to “kick away, drive away with feet” (the woman’s seed and the serpent’s).

Back to Syria and the lineage of Laban, another anomaly appears in the newer English versions concerning Genesis 10:11:  The King James Bible and several others state “Out of that land went forth Asshur and built Nineveh, Rehoboth, and Calah”.  All but seven of the English versions state “from the land he went forth into Assyria, and built Nineveh, Rehoboth, and Calah”.  Asshur is removed from the responsibility of building those cities and the change transfers that responsibility to Nimrod instead, from the previous verse.

Why are they trying eliminate Asshur from the source of the “great city” Calah, Nineveh and Rehoboth?  Asshur/Asher became the “Ashurah poles” or “groves” in the “trees” (towers, DNA).  And why are they replacing “Syria” with “Aramean” in the scriptures in relation to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob?

While tracing scripture back from Laban, God raised up a root. It caught my foot and I stopped and looked at what was written.  The origin of words is very interesting . . .



Host Ring



I started with Laban and his lineage; and the meaning of his name:

"Laban" -
"Laban (Hebrew: לָבָן, Modern Lavan, Tiberian Lāān; "White") is the son of Bethuel and the brother of Rebecca as described in the Book of Genesis." - Source, Wikipedia

Under "Laban and Passover" sub-heading:

"Laban is referenced significantly in the Passover Haggadah, in the context of the answer to the traditional child's question, "Why is this night different from all other nights?" The prescribed answer begins with a quote from Deuteronomy 26:5: "arami oved avi": normally translated as "a wandering Aramean was my father", alluding either to Abram or Jacob, but here interpreted unusually as "ibad arami et-avi", "an Aramean destroyed my father", as made clear by the rabbinical exegesis read in the Seder:" - Source, Wikipedia

This refers to Deuteronomy 26:5 in English language Bibles: "A Syrian was my father".  Of course this lie comes from rabbinical interpretation.  Rabbinical Jews are responsible for the abomination of Israel the political state in the Middle East.  Rabbinical Jews believe Jesus is boiling in excrement in hell.

Rabbinical Jews are the same which Jesus revealed as the liars in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  Jesus’s teachings were a threat to those Jews still in bondage to the Pharisees under the “letter of the law”.

Laban means: "White".

Bethuel was the father of Laban.   Bethuel's name means the same as "Bethel":  House of God.  In Wikipedia, Bethuel’s definition agrees:

Bethuel (Hebrew: בתואל‎‎ Bəṯū’êl, “house of God”), in the Hebrew Bible, was an Aramean man,[1] the youngest son of Nahor and Milcah,[2] the nephew of Abraham, and the father of Laban and Rebecca.[3]" - Source, Wikipedia

The Bible reads “A Syrian Was my father” – Deuteronomy 26:5, the same scripture they reference.

An interesting commentary appears concerning the getting together of Isaac and Rebekah:

"After meeting Abraham’s servant, Rebekah “ran and told all this to her mother’s household”,[16] that Rebekah’s “brother and her mother said, ‘Let the maiden remain with us some ten days’”,[17] and that “they sent off their sister Rebekah and her nurse along with Abraham’s servant and his men. And they blessed Rebekah and said to her, ‘O sister! May you grow into thousands of myriads.”[18] Some scholars thus hypothesize that mention of Bethuel in Gen. 24:50 was a late addition to the preexisting story. Other scholars argue that these texts indicate that Bethuel was somehow incapacitated. Other scholars attribute the emphasis on the mother's role to a matrilineal family structure.

A generation later, Isaac sent Jacob back to Padan-aram to take a wife from among Bethuel’s granddaughters, rather than from among the Canaanites" - Source, Wikipedia and Genesis 24:30-55


As a result of this, I followed through both of Bethuel's parents: Nahor and Milcah.

“Nahor and Milcah”:

"In the account of Terah's family mentioned in Gen.11:26-32, Nahor II (Heb. נָחֹורōr) is listed as the son of Terah, amongst two other brothers, Abram and Haran.[v.26,27] His grandfather was Nahor I, son of Serug. Nahor married the daughter of his brother Haran, Milcah, his niece.[v.29] They were all born and raised in the city of Ur." - source, Wikipedia

Ur, as we learned back in "Abraham, the Syrian" and "Syria's Secret", is located in Iraq, near the border of Syria and was part of Syria back in the day, as attested to in scripture in Deuteronomy 25:5.   The Scriptures identify Laban's "father" and "grandfather" as a "Syrian", not an Aremian.

"When Abram had an encounter with God,[1] this brother directed his family to leave their native land and go to the land of Canaan. Terah, their father, coordinated the gathering of his family to journey west to their destination.[v.31] They followed the Euphrates River, with their herds, to the Paddan Aram region." - Source, Wikipedia.com

The Euphrates River is one of three rivers that are mentioned in the creation account in the Bible's Old Testament.  Euphrates Etymonline says it means “good (eu/good) to cross over.

Since Nahor is the son of Terah; and Nahor married the daughter of his brother Haran, both Nahor and Milcah (Nahor's niece) share the same father/grandfather, Terah.  Before we get to "Terah", we searched "Milcah":

Milcah:

Milcah (Hebrew: מִלְכָּה‎‎ Milkāh, related to the Hebrew word for "queen") was the daughter of Haran and the wife of Nahor in Genesis." - Source, Wikipedia

Milcah it says, means "queen" in Hebrew.  Milcah was the daughter of Haran.  Haran was one of Abraham's brothers, a brother of Nahor.  However, the "Nahor" who married Milcah is listed as "son of Terah".  The "Nahor, son of Terah" is listed as a brother of Abram and Haran. - (source, Wikipedia)

Nahor means "snorting" or "breathing hard" according to Abarim Publiations.

Na-hore in Etymology produces: Na = "near" or "no" + Hore = "defilement", "coughing up phlem" which would agree with "breathing hard" from Abarim's sources.

Haran means "circular gathering/ host ring" or in Abarim, "very dry" or "road/path".  This is where I found “ring” or “host ring”. 

A “host ring” (for I was clueless too as to what this was), host in the biblical sense would mean the “vessel” or “body” for which a soul or the spirit of God to dwell.  Host ring (harangue = public gathering, assembly, army ring, host ring).



So what does this mean in the context of the short dream I had?  “If you wish to enter the rings, take of the food that is handed down to you.  If not, then do not take of the kings food”.

What would be the host ring/rings within us?



Nahor I is listed as the brother of Lot.
Nahor II is listed as the brother of Abraham (Lot's uncle).

Back to Milcah, daughter of Haran, wife of Nahor (Teran's son).



Queens and Seat of Kings

Abarim reports "Milcah" as a derivative of "melek" meaning "King" or the secondary usage in Nehamiah meaning "counsel"  (queen).

Mil-cah Etymology breaks this up:

Mil =  from Latin mille "thousand" + cah = from "cahier" "writing book, copy-book" or cayer/quaier "sheet paper folded in four".

Mil from Melissa could also be from "melitta" for "honeybee" from PIE root "mel" soft.

The usage in "mel" Melissa would not be significant but for a similar reference found in the upline lineage.

Milcah's husband Nahor was Abram's (Abraham's) brother (source, Genesis 11:26-32).  Therefore the "Nahor II" listed in Wikipedia is Terah, also listed in Genesis 11:26-32.  Confusion solved.


Nahor's Father, Terah:

"Nahor II (Heb. נָחֹורōr) is listed as the son of Terah, amongst two other brothers, Abram and Haran.[v.26,27] His grandfather was Nahor I, son of Serug. Nahor married the daughter of his brother Haran, Milcah, his niece.[v.29] They were all born and raised in the city of Ur" - Source, Wikipedia
  
Here is where things get interesting:  The entry in Wikipedia opens with this for Terah:

"Terah or Térach (Hebrew: תֶּרַח / תָּרַח, Modern Téra / Tára Tiberian Téra / Tāra ; "Ibex, wild goat", or "Wanderer; loiterer") is a biblical figure in the Book of Genesis, son of Nahor, son of Serug and father of the Patriarch Abraham, all descendants of Shem's son Arpachshad. Terah is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible [2] and in the New Testament." - Source, Wikipedia

This should bring to mind the heavily Occultic-laden "Gotthard Tunnel" opening ceremony and the "Ibex goat" or "satanic conception" ceremony toward the end of the "opening of the pit" celebration.  Those of you who read "The Devil Has A Short Time" from June 6, 2016 of this year should remember this.

I had run across “Terah” before but not in the Biblical character.  It was in the movie “Gone With The Wind” and the name of the plantation “Tara”.  I was searching for a meme sporting the script at the end of the move where Scarlett says “Tomorrow is another day”.  The Spirit in me prompted me to look up the origin of the word “Tara” and how they came up with it for the location of the story.

Terah from Abarim Publications, means:

Terah -
"The etymology and original meaning of the name Terah is unclear. Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names suggests a verb that does not occur in Scriptures: tarah (treated neither by HAW Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament nor BDB Theological Dictionary), meaning delay, turn, wander. Hence Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names renders Delay and NOBSE Study Bible Name List renders Wanderer. BDB Theological Dictionary mentions cognates denoting a white mountain goat (ibex; a goat antelope).

Especially since Terah is the father of Abraham, to a Hebrew audience the name Terah may have had the meaning of Spirited or Inspired." - Source, Abarim Publications

There is a lot of ambiguity as to what the name means (toggling between masculine verbs and nouns, etc...) and even Abarim publications doesn't seem to know for sure.

Terah in etymology: (the closest I could get)

Tera -
prefix meaning "trillion," used in forming large units of measure (such as terabyte), officially adopted 1947, from Greek teras "marvel, monster" (see terato-)."
  
And Terato is "marvel, monster + gen (gene).

Tare (n.2)
"from Italian tara, Medieval Latin tara, from Arabic tarah, literally "thing deducted or rejected, that which is thrown away," from taraha "to reject."

Also: " Tara - it flew" from "Altair"

"Altair -
bright star in the constellation Aquila, 16c., from Arabic Al Nasr al Tair "the Flying Eagle," from tair, participle of tara "it flew."

Terah and the spelling phonetically also equal "Terra, Tara, Tarrah" and other similar variants.  Etymology was not helpful either because of the different spellings could suggest unrelated meanings.  Wikipedia listed “Tara” the name, and remember I ran into this first, unrelated to “Terah”, Abraham’s father.

"The name is popular in Ireland and Australia. It was popular in the United States during the 1970s, probably due to Tara being the name of the O'Hara's plantation in the 1939 movie Gone with the Wind, and the characters Tara King in the 1960s British television series The Avengers" - Source, Wikipedia

I sat back and I have to tell you, I laughed.  I love the movie Gone with the Wind.  It would be interesting to know how they came up with that name for the plantation owned by Scarlette O'Hara's father.  They were an “Irish” family.  As the article states, it was also the name of "Tara King" in the TV show, "the Avengers" and it just happened to be the psuedonym used by Micheline James/Pearlman/Perlman/de Rothschild whom many reading here will remember.  Some of her comments still appear on older blog topics.

Back to "Terah/Tara", being a patriarch of Abram/Abraham, other cultures also associate this name with some interesting definitions:

"Tara is a female Buddha in Buddhism and a goddess in Hinduism. Additionally, "Tara" is also a common male or female name meaning "star"" - Source, Wikipedia

A female “Buddha” in Buddhism and a goddess in Hinduism.  It is also a common name meaning “star”.

Star.

Also, under the heading "Meanings in different languages":

"Irish Gaelic: refers to the Hill of Tara, or Teamhair na Rí, the seat of the kings of Ireland from neolithic times (c. 5000 BC) to the 6th century or later. With this reference, Tara is taken to mean "Queen".

Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Persian, Punjabi, Kurdish, Bengali, Telugu, Sinhala: "Star" . . . "Variant forms include Taira, Tagarah, Tarah, Taragh, Tarra, Terra, Tera, Thara, and Tariogh" - Source, Wikipedia


"Seat of the kings" or "the throne"?  The Seven kings or "THE King"?  (Tara King?  The Character name from the “Avengers” defines its own name?)  Does the variation “terra” used in “terra-form” them mean “star-likeness/image”?  (Terraform the planet?)  Terra is also used for "earth".

By the way, in remembrance, "Tara King" of the internet, Micheline Perlman first contacted me through her email address @starspath.net.  Isn't that something?

The “sons of God” are the “morning stars” according to Job 38:7.  Jesus is “the bright and morning star” according to Revelation22:16.  There is also the star they are forming “unto themselves”.  Funny, how Etymonline also aligns “Tera/Tara” with “monster” and “that which is thrown away/reject”.

Terah is the father of Nahor, son of Serug.  Terah's sons included Abram (Abraham), Haran (Lot's father) and Nahor II - (source, Wikipedia).

To think of Abraham's father as being named after either a "goat" or a word meaning "star" or "seat of kings" in various cultures of antiquity seems sacrilegious in itself:  But Scripture points that way:

"In his final speech to the Israelite leaders assembled at Shechem, Joshua recounts the history of God's formation of the Israelite nation, beginning with "Terah the father of Abraham and Nahor, [who] lived beyond the Euphrates River and worshiped other gods". - Source, Wikipedia, from Joshua 24:1-4.

Terah, Abram’s father, and the father of Haran and Nahor II also had his father which was named Nahor.


Terah Through Eber



Terah was the son of Nahor (the first):

"Nahor, Nachor,[1] or Naghor (Heb. נָחֹורōr) is the son of Serug according to the Hebrew Bible. In Genesis Chapter 11, Nahor is listed as the son of Serug.[v.22] According to some interpretations, he was born and raised in the Sumerian city-state of Ur on the Euphrates River." - Source, Wikipedia

Serug:

Serug (Hebrew: שְׂרוּג, Śərū; "branch") was the son of Reu and the father of Nahor, according to Genesis 11:20–23. He is also the great-grandfather of Abraham.

Further details are provided in Jubilees, where it gives the names of his mother, Ora (11:1), and wife Milcah (11:6). It also states that his original name was Seroh, but that it was changed to Serug in the time when Noah's children began to fight wars, and the city of Ur Kesdim was built, where Serug lived. It says this Serug was the first of the patriarchal line to abandon monotheism and turn to idol worship, teaching sorcery to his son Nahor." - Source, Wikipedia

Serug (“the Branch” from Jeremiah 33:15, Zechariah3:8 and 6:12?)

"Reu or Ragau (Hebrew: רְעוּ, Re'u ISO 259-3 Rˁu) in Genesis was the son of Peleg and the father of Serug, thus being Abraham's great-great-grandfather.

The Book of Jubilees names his mother as Lomna of Shinar (Genesis 10:28), and his wife as Ora, daughter of Ur Kesed (Genesis 11:1). He is said to have been born at the time when the Tower of Babel was begun." - Source, Wikipedia

Remember that Babel the city was founded by Nimrod, but it was Asshur/Asher who founded Nineveh, Rehoboth and Calah (and that same was a great city).  “Calah” pre-Roman means “protected place, Den”.  Reu’s father was “Peleg”.

"Peleg (Hebrew: פֶּלֶג / פָּלֶג, Modern Péleg / Páleg Tiberian Péle / Pāle ; "division") is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as one of the two sons of Eber, an ancestor of the Israelites, according to the "Table of Nations" in Genesis 10-11 and 1 Chronicles 1. Peleg's son was Reu, born when Peleg was thirty, and he had other sons and daughters." - Source, Wikipedia

All of the mentioned to this point are “ancestors of the Israelites”.  Israel was not named until Jacob and this is long before him.  Peleg in Wikipedia means “division”.

Abarim Publications meaning of Peleg:

"The name Peleg comes from the verb פלג (palag), to split or divide, "for in his days the earth was divided" (Genesis 10:25):" – Source, Abarim Publications

It makes it much easier to verify when you see the meaning of the name given right in scripture.  Abarim also adds this with scripture reference:

"Note that this "division of the earth" follows the pattern of the second creation day, in which Joktan represents the waters under the dividing firmament, which eventually produced dry land and all its creatures, while Peleg represents the dividing firmament, which eventually came to house the celestial lights that would lead the living on earth (Genesis 15:5, Daniel 12:3)."


In Etymology "Peleg" is not to be found.  Broken up as "Pel" + "eg" results in "Pelage" (coat of a mamal, pel - hair) and also "pel/pell" (skin, hide).  "eg" found in "eyot" with diminutive of "eg" for "Island"; also "edge" with Old English "ecg" for "corner, edge, point", also "sword".

Skin/coat of animal suggest a division like "firmament" (skin, garment, coat) as does "point/sword" (the division between man and God guarding the Garden upon Adam and Eve's expulsion).

When you look upon the meaning of the names as we have scrolled down through the lineage between Laban to Peleg, we begin to see something emerging, don’t we?

Each name in the genome of man is a mark of what went right or wrong.  The story is in the Name.



FIRMAMENT – Plane hit firmament


We understand that the “Human Genome Project” consisted of the “sequencing” of the human genome.  I would like to know which one.

It is also evident not just in modern Pharmacia but in ancient “sorceries” the “five point plan” of Lucifer (the 5 "I will's") to claim the throne of God, in the Kingdom which is “within you”.

The Bible, aside from confusing records of lineage, is a repeating “foreshadowing” of the corruption of what was once pure in the “Book of the Law”: and that Book of the Law is the blueprint with which all creation was designed.

It is the reason God instructed us not to “mingle” seeds of grains, or “gender” cattle with “diverse kinds” (Leviticus 19:19), and it is why man was not to “gender” with any creatures (Leviticus 18:23).

Yet today in “modern medicine”, men of “knowledge” are doing just that.  This isn’t progress, children:  This is the same plan from the “men of old, men of renown” to recklessly plagiarize God’s book by “editing” one species of genome for another genome.  Their goal is threefold:  To kill, to maim (create slaves/inferiorservants) and to create “gods” of themselves.  This is all part-n-parcel with the "mystery Babylon" religion (building the "tower"/ the DNA in the "lowest parts of the earth"). Egyptian reliefs testify to the genetic manipulation going on in the "days of old" when "science falsely so called" was going on, but hidden in the modern day "stories".

Mixture of man and beasts

Genetic manipulation - creation of other animals

Egyptian ancient mystery schools version of "DNA" "Genetic Editing"

There is more, so let’s continue with “Peleg”, the “division” of the land. 

On Wikipedia, Peleg is associated with the "dividing" of the earth, either of the land occupied by the descendants of Shem or by the division caused after the building of the tower of Babel:

"According to Genesis 10:25 and 1 Chronicles 1:19, it was during the time of Peleg that "the earth was divided" – traditionally, this is often assumed to be just before, during, or after the failure of Nimrod's Tower of Babel. The meaning of the earth being divided is usually taken to refer to a patriarchal division of the world, or possibly just the eastern hemisphere, into allotted portions among the three sons of Noah for future occupation, as specifically described in the Book of Jubilees, Biblical Antiquities of Philo, Kitab al-Magall, Flavius Josephus, . . .

One account, the Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan, states that "In the days of Phalek (Peleg), the earth was divided a second time among the three sons of Noah; Shem, Ham and Japheth" — it had been divided once previously among the three sons by Noah himself.[3" - Source, Wikipedia

The “division of the earth” or “patriarchal lots” (meaning of Lot’s name?) notwithstanding, I wanted to get to Eber, because something else of interest comes up.

"Eber (עֵבֶר, ISO 259-3 ʕebr, Standard Hebrew Éver, Tiberian Hebrew ʻĒer) He was a great-grandson of Noah's son Shem and the father of Peleg born when Eber was 34 years old, and of Joktan. He was the son of Shelah a distant ancestor of Abraham." - Source, Wikipedia

Further in this article it states that Jewish sources report that Eber refused to help Nimrod with the building of the Tower of Babel:

"In Jewish tradition, Eber, the great-grandson of Shem, refused to help with the building of the Tower of Babel, so his language was not confused when it was abandoned. He and his family alone retained the original human language, Hebrew, a language named after Eber (Heber), also called lingua humana in Latin. (There are different religious positions on this issue; see also Adamic language.)" - Source, Wikipedia

There is no Biblical reference for this.  The only sources listed on Wikipedia is that of "different religious positions" sourced in the article "Adamic language".  It is also stated in Eber's page that "Eber" the name is where the term "Hebrew" came from.  However, "Abram" is the first "Hebrew" identified in the scriptures. (Genesis 13:14,

Note also:

"A number of mediaeval scholars such as Michael the Syrian, Bar Hebraeus, and Agapius the Historian mentioned the prevailing view, that the Hebrews had received their name from Eber, while also pointing out that according to others, the name "Hebrew" meant "those who cross", in reference to those who crossed the Euphrates river with Abram from Paddan Aram to the land of Canaan" - Source, Wikipedia

You remember “Abraham’s Nation” where we discussed the meaning of “Hebrew”?  Abram/Ibrim from where “Hebrew” came?  This is important, what they are trying to do here.

I went to “Abarim” Publications to see what they said about the confusion between “Eber” and “Abram” the “Hebrew”:

"The father of Peleg and the son of Shelah, son of Arpachshad, third son of Shem, son of Noah (Genesis 10:24). In the Lucan genealogy of Christ he is called Eber (Εβερ) in Greek (Luke 3:35), but some translations transliterate this as Heber, which has nothing to do with the name Heber in Hebrew.

The sons of Joktan, Peleg's brother, are the last mentioned Shemite generation before the tower of Babel was built. Peleg became the ancestor of Abraham, who was the first to be called Hebrew, a word that is highly similar to the name Eber." – Source, Abarim Publications

It says here that Joktan (Peleg’s brother) was the last mentioned Shemite generation before the tower of Babel was built.  But Peleg’s Wiki page credits his name with meaning “division”.

"According to Genesis 10:25 and 1 Chronicles 1:19, it was during the time of Peleg that "the earth was divided" – traditionally, this is often assumed to be just before, during, or after the failure of Nimrod's Tower of Babel. Wikipedia

Yet Eber’s Wikipedia page claims that Eber refused to help with the tower of Babel (Eber being Peleg’s father) and that his language was not confused. - Wikipedia

There is one problem with this:  Scripture does not reflect this “Jewish tradition”.  Eber was not the first named “Hebrew”; and between Noah and Abram, who was the first between them that was shown “The Word of God”?

It was Abram the “Hebrew”, who’s name was changed to “Abraham”.  We know this because the “covenant” was made with HIM.  It was through HIM that all the nations of the earth would be blessed.  It was ABRAHAM who would offer the foreshadowing of the sacrifice of his son: the precursor of that “greater love hath no man” that Jesus described in the Gospel of John 15:13.

Furthermore, even though Abarim seeks to explain this difference, they actually succeed in confusing it even more:

The name Eber comes from the verb אבר (abar) meaning to pass through:

The hugely important root עבר ('abar) yields words that have to do with transition, usually in the sense of a traversing through (hence the ethnonym Hebrew, initially simply meaning nomad or passer-by; see Ezekiel 39:11). Another verb of transition is פסח (pasah), which has the connotation of skipping or passing over (hence the name Pesah or Passover). These two transitory verbs come together in Exodus 12:23, where YHWH passes through Egypt (עבר, 'abar) but passes over Israel (פסח, pasah)." - Source, Abarim Publications

They start out explaining that “Eber” more closely reflects “pass through” while “Hebrew” means to “pass over” or “cross over” (from Ibri/Ibrim – See “Abraham’s Nation”); but then they suggest that “Hebrew” more closely means “passer by” or Nomad.   This would give rule of both “pass-through” and “pass over” to “Eber” or use “pasah” to stand in for “Hebrew” and this is false.  Scripture reveals this.

Abraham crosses over the Euphrates.  Abraham is named the first “Hebrew” because Abram “crossed over” the Euphrates.  “Ibrim” – to “cross over”.

In Abarim Publications it says of “Abram”: “Abram is on record to be approached by the pre-incarnate “Word of the Lord”. Even though he was not the first to be called “righteous” (Melchizedek is he who Abram paid a tithe to); and was not the first to call upon the name of the Lord (Enoch, Noah, Abel), but post flood, he was the first to be shown “The Word” which according to Revelation is “The Name” (Revelation 19:13).

Further on the Abarim explanation for “Eber”, it then changes the meaning back to “pass through” and compares it to “wading through of the world’s great waters”: listing the Persian beliefs of the “Abas”, Egypt’s belief of the “Sea of Reeds” and the Jordan of Canaan (even though Eber did not wade through the Jordan):

"For a meaning of this magnificent name, NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads The Region Beyond; BDB Theological Dictionary renders One From Beyond, From The Other Side; and Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names reads He Who Passed Over.

The name Eber celebrates the wading through of the world's great waters — the Abas of Persia's beliefs, the Sea of Reeds of Egypt and the Jordan of Canaan — and ultimately the arrival upon the dry land of truth (Genesis 1:9)." - Source, Abarim Publications

In the Abarim example “YHVH” “passed through Egypt”, but “passes over Israel”.  And "wading through the world's great waters" reflects the dabbling with the "mingling" of those waters.  Otherwise, why would an 'Ark' had to have been built?  Let's consider this:

Did Noah “wade through” the flood (the greatest water there ever was on this earth)?  No.  He was protected from thewaters in an “Ark”.

Did Moses “wade through” the river in Egypt as a baby?  No, he was protected in an “Ark” of reeds.

Did Joshua “wade through” or “pass through” the Jordan River?  No.  He and the Levites “passed over” on dry land,protected by the “Ark of the Covenant” which when set down in the river “heaped up” the waters of the river (Just like the “rod” held up by Moses when the Red Sea parted).

Do you see the amazing glory of the truth that God has given us in the scriptures by the prophets?  What love for His creation has he to reveal these things so we can grasp hold of the remission offered us by His Son!

If “Ibri/Ibrim” for “Abram” came from “Eber”, Eber still was not mentioned in scripture as having been shown the “Word of the Lord”, thereby not “crossing over” anything.  Why would the Jewish tradition want to bestow this honor to Eber who may very well have taken part in the Tower of Babel?

Interestingly, the previous topic posted, "Michael's Letter", included news of "SpaceX" founder Elon Musk and his taking over as CEO of "Tesla Motors" after the former CEO and founder was ousted.  That co-founder of "Tesla Motors" was named "Martin Eberhard".

Also recall several years ago I shared with you my visit to an infamous site in the United States sporting an antithesis to God's ten commandments, engraved on granite stones and set up similar to a mini-Stonehenge:



The "Georgia Guidestones" are located in  . . . Eberton, Georgia (I'm sorry, that's Elberton - "Eber" with an "El").

The Biblical Eber’s father was Shalah.    I know this is kind of dry, but bear with me. We’re getting somewhere . . . We’ve seen how the Pharisees have been directing the interpretation of the scripture.  They want to keep you bound in the law of the flesh, which is exactly what Jesus said they were laboring to do.

"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in."

"Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered."

Lawyers are "interpreters of the law".  Who did the lawyers work for in Jesus' day?

But the Pharisees and lawyers rejected the counsel of God against themselves, being not baptized of him."

And Jesus answering spake unto the lawyers and Pharisees, saying, Is it lawful to heal on the sabbath day?"

 Foretold -

"And the Lord said unto me, A conspiracy is found among the men of Judah, and among the inhabitants of Jerusalem.   They are turned back to the iniquities of their forefathers, which refused to hear my words; and they went after other gods to serve them: the house of Israel and the house of Judah have broken my covenant which I made with their fathers."
 And so it was told.



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