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The LORD, God and the Book of Job

I was watching Rob Skiba’s latest video, and in it he mentioned a passage from the Bible how there are supposedly “storehouses of snow” (Job 38:22). Skiba suggested the possibility that this should be interpreted literally. I had a look of it, although I had no great insight on its meaning. I did notice something else that is quite interesting in the Book of Job though.

Before I get to it though, I should point out something else. In the Old Testament God is referred to by a few different names. Sometimes it’s God, or Elohim in Hebrew, other times it’s LORD, Yehovah in Hebrew. I think sometimes it’s also LORD God, Yehovah Elohim. The word Elohim is plural, which has led some to interpret it to mean a multitude of gods, or perhaps a pantheon. This may or may not be accurate. Another possible interpretation is that God/Elohim and LORD/Yehovah refer to two different characters.

In Genesis 1, the word for God is always Elohim, and it continues until the beginning of Genesis 2. This starts with God creating the world and ends with him resting on the seventh day. After that starts the story of Eden with Adam and Eve. From then on God is called LORD God, Yehovah Elohim. Possibly these two Gods are two different characters.

Let’s jump to the Book of Job. The story should be familiar, but I’ll recount it quickly. Satan and the sons of God (presumably the same ones that had offspring with the daughters of men in Genesis) came to God, or rather the LORD (Yehovah). Job was a wealthy and happy man with a big family who was righteous, praised God and all that. Satan said to the LORD then that Job only praises God because he is so well off. The LORD granted Satan the power to take away Job’s wealth and eventually even to give him hideous boils. Job lost almost everything and got terribly ill. After a while his friends come to see him. They discuss the reason for Job’s predicament, and Job laments him state, and basically says it’s unfair what has happened to him. He claims to be sinless. Eventually the LORD comes to talk to him as well.

The Book of Job sometimes refers to God as Elohim, and sometimes as LORD or Yehovah. When Satan and LORD have discussions together, the discussion is always with the LORD, not God. Job 1:20-22 says as follows:

Job 1:20 Then Job arose, and rent his mantle, and shaved his head, and fell down upon the ground, and worshipped,
Job 1:21 And said, Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither: the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD.
Job 1:22 In all this Job sinned not, nor charged God foolishly.

 

Here it would seem that LORD and God are synonymous. However, when Job refers to God, he says LORD, but when the narrator of the Bible refers to God, he says God. Maybe Elohim and Yehovah are two different beings, but Job doesn’t know it. I’ll get back to that later.

Job 19:21 recounts Job lament his condition:

“Have pity upon me, have pity upon me, O ye my friends; for the hand of God hath touched me. ”

According to the Brown-Driver-Briggs dictionary that is in the e-Sword Bible software that I am using, the word which has been translated “touched” is “naga”, and can also mean “to strike”, i.e. “hand of God hath struck me”. However, more interesting is the notion of hand of God. The word for God here is not Elohim, nor even Yehovah, but “eloahh”. According to the above-mentioned dictionary it has two meanings:

1) God

2) false god

Was Job struck by a false god or God? Or perhaps the phrase “hand of God” refers to a person, like in the Game of Thrones there is a person with a high rank known as the Hand of the King, or King’s Hand. He is sort of like Prime Minister who takes care of important affairs of the king. Might the LORD or Yehovah be a powerful angel who takes care of affairs for God such as Lucifer or Metatron?

The LORD arrives on the scene in Job 38. It is said he “answered Job out of the whirlwind”. First of all, I find this entrance curious. Why would God need a whirlwind or a hurricane to travel? Moreover Ephesians 2:2 says that Satan, or another malevolent character, is “prince of the power of the air”. Using whirlwinds to travel around, power of air…

After that the LORD starts exclaiming how dare Job claim he has been treated unfairly, and the LORD brags about the various feats he can do far beyond the scope of mortals. This goes on for a while. It sounds very prideful to be frank. Now what was Lucifer’s sin, I wonder?

Job 38:6  says:

“Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? or who laid the corner stone thereof;”

Isn’t cornerstone something the Freemasons are harping on about? This LORD sounds like the Grand Architect or the Demi-Urge of the world, not the real God.

Let’s continue to Job 38:7:

“When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?”

Morning stars, many Lucifers? The LORD seems to have impressed the sons of God, who are, according to my understanding, the angels who rebelled against God.

Another interesting, although somewhat unrelated piece of information I found was in Job 38:32:

“Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons?”

According to e-Sword dictionary Mazzaroth refers to the 12 signs of the Zodiac. Christians tend to think that astrology is of the devil. Maybe they are right, and the LORD is the devil, or if the LORD is actually God, he seems to be proud of the Zodiac.

The last chapter of the Book of Job stars as follows:

Job’s Confession and Repentance
Job 42:1  Then Job answered the LORD, and said,
Job 42:2  I know that thou canst do every thing, and that no thought can be withholden from thee.
Job 42:3  Who is he that hideth counsel without knowledge? therefore have I uttered that I understood not; things too wonderful for me, which I knew not.
Job 42:4  Hear, I beseech thee, and I will speak: I will demand of thee, and declare thou unto me.
Job 42:5  I have heard of thee by the hearing of the ear: but now mine eye seeth thee.
Job 42:6  Wherefore I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes. 
The Lord Rebukes Job’s Friends
Job 42:7  And it was so, that after the LORD had spoken these words unto Job, the LORD said to Eliphaz the Temanite, My wrath is kindled against thee, and against thy two friends: for ye have not spoken of me the thing that is right, as my servant Job hath.

The key phrases are: “Wherefore I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes. And it was so, that after the LORD had spoken these words unto Job, the LORD said to Eliphaz the Temanite…”

Does not the LORD here admit he was wrong, and say he abhors (alternative meanings: reject, despise, refuse) himself? Maybe I interpret this wrong, but this is how I see this. Basically the LORD fell for Satan’s trick, and allowed Job to be tortured. After Job complains about it, first the LORD makes a grandiose show of how dare he, but in the end he admits his mistake. This is not the infallible God.

My interpretation is that the LORD, at least in the Book of Job, is a fallen angel, possibly Lucifer or Metatron, who used to be God’s right hand man, but now pretends like he is running the whole show. Job possibly does not know this, and might be under the impression that whatever the LORD does has been sanctioned by God. Satan appears to be a different character than the LORD though, since they have conversations together.

 

 

Links:

The goals of our high altitude weather balloon test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeQJfImIZ3E

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The Meaning of Saturn Worship

In recent years several conspiracy theories focusing on the occult have noted that the bad guys worship Saturn. That sounds reasonable to me, yet few have actually managed to explain what is the significance and meaning of Saturn. There’s usually just vague assertions that Saturn is Satan, evil or something like that. It is rather simplistic to say the least.

 

Satan and Saturn

Ishtar Babilu Dingir is a British shaman (with a very confusing name). She quotes in her article The Origins of Satan the astrologer Peter Stockinger: “Saturn’s action is principally binding, chastening, chronic, cold, crystallising, denuding, hardening, depleting, hindering, limiting, magnetic, obstructing, retarding and suppressing”.

Satan is more or less equivalent to Saturn. Both represent obstruction. Ishtar Babilu Dingir writes that Satan first appears in the Bible as an angel that stops a guy named Balaam from going forward. Satan is an angel, which his donkey can see, but Balaam cannot. The donkey refuses to move. He beats the donkey in punishment until after the third time the donkey speaks to him.

I know this story best from Nick Cave’s novel And the Ass saw the Angel.

Satan/Saturn is not evil, but represents a metaphysical force of nature related with obstruction, suppression and binding. This is not good or evil, it simply is. However an excess of anything can be evil, or a certain thing in a certain situation can be bad. The existence of fire, for example, could even be described as a good thing. Fire gives you light, heat and can be used to cook your food. However, fire in a dry old library can burn the place down, and fire in a crowded night club can lead to deaths.

The Satanic energy of obstruction can have positive and negative uses as well. Let’s a say pretty vixen is trying to seduce you, but despite finding her attractive you turn her down, because you want to remain faithful to your wife. This would then be a Satanic act.

 

Saturn Worship

The black stone of Kaaba that Muslims worship supposedly refers to Saturn. Some orthodox Jews wear a black cube on their foreheads, the tefillin, which possibly refers to Saturn as well.

 

 

Both Islam and Judaism seem very Saturnian to me. Islam has all sorts of rules and limitations, especially for women. They have to dress up in black, Saturnine robes, they cannot even drive in Saudi-Arabia and so on. Men aren’t allowed to drink alcohol, they have to pray to Mecca five times a day and so on. Jews have strict Kosher laws on what they can and cannot eat. They cannot work on the Shabbat, Saturn’s day. They have to get circumcised.

Both religions are very restrictive and binding. This is Saturnian. Not inherently evil, but at least from my viewpoint excessively obstructive and controlling.

The six pointed star is the Seal of Solomon, or nowadays known as the Star of David. It’s also known as the talisman of Saturn.

 

 

King Solomon used the seal or ring to command demons or djinn. If the seal is imbued with Saturnian powers it makes sense it can be used to bind spirits in some manner.

Anyways, in addition to Jews and Muslims, the “Illuminati” elites seem to be worshiping or invoking Saturn as well (or they all believe in the same religion, although on the surface it seems different). This in itself is not evil, but as Saturn’s power is to obstruct and inhibit, the elites are using Saturn to control our lives. They try to prevent us from seeing certain truths, from living how we want to, and force us to live their way.

The excess Saturnian energy may be why so many people are unwilling to change their minds even when confronted by evidence. Why people are unwilling to look at conspiracies like 9/11 objectively. Why society has such a lack of understanding of spirituality.

As David Icke has said many times, human consciousness is a like ball under water. It rises  to the surface by itself unless somebody keeps pushing it down. This may be the purpose of the invoking of Saturn by the elites.

 

Links:

The Origins of Satan: https://ishtarsgate.wordpress.com/2011/05/13/the-origins-of-satan/

Balaam’s Donkey: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Numbers+22%3A21-39

Saturn: http://www.tarotica.net/saturn.html

Tefillin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tefillin

Saturn and the Black Cube: http://illuminatiwatcher.com/decoding-illuminati-symbolism-saturn-black-cube/

Occult Symbolism: Saturn Worship: http://andyettheydeny.blogspot.fi/2010/01/occult-symbolism-saturn-worship.html

Seal of Solomon: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seal_of_Solomon

Hexagram: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexagram