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The ELOHIM Furthermore, the Hebrew word used for God in Genesis is "Elohim". This word has been translated as "God" or "He", but its roots are of both masculine and feminine origin, "Eloh"--the feminine singular for "goddess", and the masculine plural ending "im". Perhaps this was Moses' way of intimating the many-sided, all-encompassing aspects of God; i.e., that God is both masculine and feminine, singular and plural and One and above all of the categories and distinctions! Is it possible? -- PJ 12 -- pag. 184 FINALLY MERGING “MYTH” WITH TRUE SCIENCE The progress in biblical and linguistic studies since the time of King James has moved the editors of both the Catholic The New American Bible and The New English Bible of the churches in Great Britain to substitute the word "wind"--which is what the Hebrew ru‟ach means--for the "Spirit of God", so that the last verse now reads "a mighty wind swept over the waters". They retain, however, the concept of "abyss" for the Hebrew word Tehom in the original Bible; but by now even theologians ac-knowledge that the reference is to no other entity than the Sumerian Tiamat. Oops! Proof of tampering, changing and editing? I suggest you consider same most carefully. Let us move on with this understanding, the reference in the Mesopotamian version to the mingling "waters" of Tiamat ceases to be allegorical and calls for a factual evaluation. It goes to the question of the plentiful waters of Earth and the biblical assertion that when the Earth was formed it was completely covered by water. You will soon realize this to be correct. If water was so abundant even at the moment of Earth's creation, then only if Tiamat was also a watery planet could the half that became Earth be watery!!! The watery nature of Tehom/Tiamat is mentioned in various biblical (yours) references. The prophet Isaiah (51: 10) recalled "the primeval days" when the might of the Lord "carved the Haughty One, made spin the watery monster, drained off the waters of the mighty Tehom." The Psalmist extolled the Lord of Beginnings who "by thy might the waters thou didst disperse, the leader of the watery monsters thou didst break up.” What was the "wind" of the Lord that "moved upon the face of the waters" of Tehom? Tiamat? Not -- PJ 50 -- pag. 78 the divine "Spirit" but the satellite of Nibiru/Marduk that, in the Mesopotamian texts, was called by that term! Those texts vividly described the flashes and lightning strokes that burst off Nibiru/Marduk as it closed in on Tiamat. Applying this knowledge to the biblical text, its correct reading emerges: When, in the beginning, The Lord created the Heaven and the Earth, The Earth, not yet formed, was in the void, and there was darkness upon Tiamat. Then the Wind of the Lord swept upon its waters and the Lord commanded, "Let there be lightning!" and there was a bright light. The continuing narrative of your Genesis does not describe the ensuing splitting up of Tiamat or the breakup of her host of satellites, described so vividly in the Mesopotamian texts. It is evident, however, from the above-quoted verses from Isaiah and Psalms, as well as from the narrative in Job (26:7-13), that the Hebrews were familiar with the skipped-over portions of the original tale. Job recalled how the celestial Lord smote "the helpers of the haughty One", and he exalted the Lord who, having come from the outer reaches of space, cleaved Tiamat (Tehom) and changed the Solar System: The hammered canopy He stretched out in the place of Tehom, The Earth suspended in the void; He penned waters in its denseness, without any cloud bursting .... His powers the waters did arrest, His energy the Haughty One did cleave. His wind the Hammered Bracelet measured out, His hand the twisting dragon did extinguish. The Mesopotamian texts continued from here to describe how Nibiru/Marduk formed the asteroid belt out of Tiamat's lower half: The other half of her He set up as a screen for the sides; Locking them together as watchmen he stationed them .... He bent Tiamat's tail to form the Great Band as a bracelet. Genesis picks up the primordial tale here and describes the forming of the asteroid belt thus: AND ELOHIM SAID: LET THERE BE A FIRMAMENT IN THE MIDST OF THE WATERS AND LET IT DIVIDE THE WATERS FROM THE WATERS. AND ELOHIM MADE THE FIRMAMENT, DIVIDING THE WATERS WHICH ARE UNDER THE FIRMAMENT FROM THE WATERS WHICH ARE ABOVE THE FIRMAMENT. AND ELOHIM CALLED THE FIRMAMENT "HEAVEN". -- PJ 50 -- pag. 79 Realizing that the Hebrew word Shama'im is used to speak of Heaven or the heavens in general, the editors of Genesis went into some length to use two terms for "the heaven" created as a result of the destruction of Tiamat. What separated the “upper waters” from the "lower waters", the Genesis text stresses, was the Raki' a; generally translated "Firmament", it literally means "Hammered- out Bracelet". Then Genesis goes on to explain that ELOHIM then called the Raki'a, the so-called Firmament, Shama'im, "the Heaven"--a name that in its first use in the Bible consists of the two words sham and ma‟im, meaning literally "where the waters were". In the creation tale of Genesis, "the Heaven" was a specific celestial location, where Tiamat and her waters had been where the asteroid belt was hammered out. That happened, according to the Mesopotamian texts, when /returned to the Place of Crossing--the second phase of the battle with Tiamat: "Day Two", if you wish, as the biblical narrative does. Are there scholars on your placement who have this information deciphered correctly and in presentable form'? Indeed, but they are not allowed coverage and books are removed from the libraries as soon as they are placed there. I won't aid and abet our enemies by giving that information at this time and if some of you researching historians find same-PLEASE DO NOT RELAY THE INFORMATION ON TO US--YET. THIS IS THE MOST CRITICALLY OPPOSED INFORMATION WITHIN YOUR POLITICAL ELITE CIRCLES--LET US NOT ENDANGER THE VERY WRITERS WHO CAN GIVE YOU FREEDOM THROUGH TRUTH. -- PJ 50 -- pag. 80 ---------------------- LABELS/NAMES OF AND FOR GOD: God speaking to Moses: "When I sit in judgment on the human race, I am called Elohim. When I war on evildoers, I am called Zebot. When I recall a man's sins, I am called El Shaddai. When I have mercy on the world I am called YHVH". Quoted by Rabbinic teacher, Abba bar Memel, third century tutor trying to explain the multiple namings of and for God. The most frequently mentioned name for God in the Bible is YHVH, appearing 6,823 times. The equivalent in English, are the four Hebrew letters, Yad Hay Vav Hay or YHVH. Which could not be pronounced by the pious and Adonai, (My Lord) was used. YHVH is the Tetragrammaton of Shem ha-Meforash as well. Other names are El, which finds its counter part in the Assyrian/Semitic word Ilu and Elohim, Elohim, which is a plural term in Hebrew. There is also, El Elion, (Most High God); HaBoreh, (The Creator); El Elohe Yisrael, (God of Israel); El Ha-Gibbor (God the Strong One of God the Hero); Yahveh Elohai Zebot, (Yahveh, the God of Armies; more commonly referred to in English as "Lord of Hosts"); Kedosh Yisrael (Rock of Israel); Ha-Makom (literally; "The Place", i.e., the Omnipresent). -- PJ 58 -- page 111