posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 08:01 AM
Adams priestly garments
Did you know that when our alien forefathers created the Adamas , and Adam became the first king and High priest, they also made him priestly
ceremonial garments that came along with his new office? Perhaps you did know that, but do you know what eventually happened with these garments?
By reading various ancient Biblical texts, I have been able to track down the whereabouts of these garments until the time of Jacob (Israel) .
It’s an incredible time span of about 2000 years. I think it is a rather cool story though, so I taught I would share it with people in here who
are interested in this kind of stuff
From Adam to Jacob
When Adam died, Enoch got them. He passed them on to to his son Methusaleh before he left Earth and joined the aliens. Methusaleh passed them on to
Noah, and Noah took them with him in his ark when the great flood swept over the earth.
Some time after the great flood, Noah planted a vineyard and got into the business of making vine. Thus it happened that when he one time got real
drunk he wanted to have intercourse with one of his wives and thus he eventually fell asleep in his tent naked. It was in this way Ham stumbled across
him, and he used the opportunity to steal Adams priestly garments which Noah had been wearing. Thus Adam’s priestly garments came in the possession
of the Canaanites.
Ham in turn gave the garments to his firstborn son Cush, who kept them for a long time in secret, not telling anybody about them. But Cush (in his
older days) took himself yet another wife and by her, Cush got Nimrod, who became Cush’s favorite son. When Nimrod had reached manhood, Cush gave
him these clothes and thus Nimrod (it is told) got even more powerful.
Nimrod was a contemporary of Esau, and they both enjoyed hunting. Thus it happened that Nimrod (wearing Adams garments) was out in the woods hunting.
It was on this occasion that Esau (also out hunting) stumbled across him. He lay in hiding for him, and once he found him alone (away from his body
guards) , he attacked him from behind and killed him. Thus it came about that Esau stole Adams garments (again).
Ancient texts goes on to tell us that Esau , as the firstborn was bound by laws to be the next high priest when Isaac died, but Esau who hated
religion, eventually sold his birth rights to his twin brother Jacob to avoid this duty. This birth right was not sold for a mess of pottage like
the Bible like us to believe, because Esau was a powerful man and he didn’t give anything away for free. Thus it happened (after intense
negotiations) that Esau eventually gave up his birthrights after having being payd handsomely and given lots of valuable gifts. One of these gifts was
the powerful and deadly “sword” of Methuselah on which the Ineffable Name was written.
As part of this deal, Jacob thus got Adam’s garments as well as the deed to the cave of Machpelah. In addition to this, Esau also had to agree to
abstain from any claims in the holy land.
It is said that Esau not fully accepted this deal, and that he never recognized that he had given away the deed and rights to the cave of Machpelah.
Thus there arose a conflict between him and Jacob, and thus it happened that when Jacob was about to be buried in the Cave of Machpelah, Esau showed
up to stop it . It was at this moment that Chushim, son of Dan killed him.
Also keep in mind that Adam himself was a (smaller class sized giant from 2,5-3,5m) like all the pre flood Sethites and Canaanites were , Thus not
everybody would fit Adam’s clothes. Perhaps that’s why Cush gave them to Nimrod (who himself was a giant). Jacob was however not a giant though,
but he probably wanted the clothes back on Sethite hands for historical and sentimental reasons.
So what happened with the clothes after Jacob finally got them? Well , that’s perhaps something that we never will find out.