Saturday, January 12, 2019

Mysteries of the bible (Enoch, Noah, David)

Enoch is mentioned in the book of Genesis, as a man that walked with God, and at the age of 365 years disappeared and was taken to heaven.  Enoch was said to have fathered Methuselah who lived for 969 years, and supposedly died. Noah who formed the ark that survived the flood, was said to have lived up to 950 years.

Somehow some of these ancient men lived for hundreds of years, and some to almost a thousand years. How could these ancient men achieve these long lives, when present human beings could barely live up to 100 years?

Did Enoch, Methuselah, or Noah possess some mysterious power that allowed them to live such long lives? I recently called the God Yahweh (God of fire), into the cowrey shells to find out the mysteries about Enoch, Noah, and David.  

Now to begin with, you will notice right away as explained in the book of Genesis that there is a connection between Enoch, Methuselah and Noah.  Methuselah who lived for 969 years is the son of Enoch, and Noah is the also the great grandson of Enoch.  Enoch was said to have been taken to heaven alive in his body. 

Here is the mystery behind the long years of some of the men in the bible. In some of my articles, I have been drawing your attention to the fact that there are three types of people on earth that all look like human beings, but two groups within the human race are not human beings.  They came into existence through the so called virgin births. They were not born out of the womb of woman, created into existence by a spirit.

Yahweh revealed to me that Enoch was not a human being, he was not an angel, he was not born out of the womb of a woman, had no mother and had no father.  Enoch, Yahweh revealed is a god, and was the first human god created on earth.  Enoch was created into existence, by a Cosmic Elohim, by a spirit, hence he had no beginning and did not die. So the 365 years of Enoch is merely a number for Enoch is alive among human beings today as a god.

Methuselah who was supposedly the son of Enoch, was also not a human being, for he was created into existence as a angel, to represent a child of Enoch. Hence, both Enoch and Methuselah were immortal beings and did not die, but changed their appearance.

The Noah who built the ark, was Enoch who has changed his identity into Noah. It was the same Enoch that disappeared, reappeared as Noah, who llved for 950 years.  For when Enoch was taken to heaven, he returned to earth and assumed the body and life of Noah.  Therefore, Noah that was in the bible was a god, for he was the Enoch.

Yahweh explained that all the children of Noah were all angels created into existence by a spirit to play the role of his children, but none of them were born and  none of them died.

Fast forward thousands of years later, a boy known as David emerges and slew the giant Goliath in a one on one battle.  This boy David wrote many of the psalms in the bible, and also became King David. Yahweh explained, that it was Enoch again here that changed his identity to become David, hence King David, was the same god Enoch.

Fast forward time hundreds of years later, Elijah emerges, who was later taken into heaven on a chariot of horses of fire. Yahweh explained, that here again it was Enoch,  who has changed his identity into Elijah, hence Elijah was the same god Enoch.  At this stage the Elohim made a duplicate of Elijah as Elisha.  Whose life story become known as the life of Jesus who was taken to heaven.  

At this stage the gods are now two in number, Elijah and Elisha, as explained but the same original god Enoch became Elijah, and a duplicate of Elijah was formed as Elisha.

Fast forward time, hundreds of years later, Elijah returned to earth and assumed the role of the Indian god Vishnu.  So indirectly, Vishnu is actually the original god Enoch.  Elisha who went to heaven as the character Jesus, returned to earth and assumed the role of the Indian god Rama.  Both Rama and Vishnu are among the richest people in India today, but I will not disclose their present identities.


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