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The Canaanites and the Anunaki - or why kill innocent children.

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posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 09:32 AM
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originally posted by: AlephBet
a reply to: Cinrad



My theory in a nutshell: God ordered the total annihilation/genocide of the Canaanite peoples, including children, because they were descendents/genetically mixed with the children of rebel angels who took human wives.


Yahweh demonstrated the ability to take life on a whim. He had the power to totally wipe the weeds from the wheat. Instead, he prompted mankind to do it. His title was Lord of Hosts, meaning his Angels could have done the job in one day. Instead, he made a murderer out of David.

In Genesis 9, it states this:

6 Whoever sheds human blood,
by humans his blood will be shed,
because in his image, Elohim made humans.

7 Be fertile, and increase in number. Spread over the earth, and increase.”

THESE ARE THE WORDS OF ELOHIM ABOVE, NOT YAHWEH.

Keep in mind, this is AFTER the flood that claimed to wipe out ALL living life. When Yahweh's words and actions got to a certain point, Elohim (Father) cut him off at Malachi 4. After this, he was forced to incarnate into the 'Branch' / Jesus and become a Kinsman. He paid the price for the bloodshed he had caused by hanging on a cross. This payment has not ended war.

What is the central truth of the entire thing? Yahweh created the Snake. Check Genesis 3. What did he say to the Snake at the end of the OT?

3 Then he showed me Joshua, the chief priest, standing in front of the Messenger of Yahweh. Satan the Accuser was standing at Joshua’s right side to accuse him. 2 Yahweh said to Satan, “I, Yahweh, silence you, Satan! I, Yahweh, who has chosen Jerusalem, silence you! Isn’t this man like a burning log snatched from a fire?”

What did he say as Jesus to the Snake:

Matthew 4

10 Yeshua said to him, “Go away, Satan! Scripture says, ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve only him.’”

11 Then the devil left him, and angels came to take care of him.

Again. Who created the Snake?

Genesis 3

3 The snake was more clever than all the wild animals Yahweh Elohim had made.

Genesis 6 and Jude 1 represents fallen Angels corrupting mankind. What is Yahweh? The LORD of those Hosts of Angels. One thing he is not is Elohim (Father) from Genesis 1. After the fall of man in Genesis 3, we see Yahweh Elohim lose the title Elohim. Use the Names of God Bible and check. He then proclaims himself to be the only God of Israel, even though Elohim had promised blessing on ALL nations through the Rainbow. ALL colors. Yahweh selected ONE color, then tried to kill the rest.

What is the real problem here? Yahweh and our lack of understanding about him. We fail to read the words of the Bible for all they are worth.

Mankind has never been in error. The one that created the snake is in error. He is the parasite for the hosts. We are a host.






3RD.
Some of God’s primary attributes are love (1Jo 4:8), wisdom (Pr 2:6; Ro 11:33), justice (De 32:4; Lu 18:7, 8), and power (Job 37:23; Lu 1:35). He is a God of order and of peace. (1Co 14:33) He is completely holy, clean and pure (Isa 6:3; Hab 1:13; Re 4:8); happy (1Ti 1:11); and merciful (Ex 34:6; Lu 6:36). Many other qualities of his personality are described in the Scriptures.

His position. Jehovah is the Supreme Sovereign of the universe, the King eternal. (Ps 68:20; Da 4:25, 35; Ac 4:24; 1Ti 1:17) The position of his throne is the ultimate for superiority. (Eze 1:4-28; Da 7:9-14; Re 4:1-8) He is the Majesty (Heb 1:3; 8:1), the Majestic God, the Majestic One. (1Sa 4:8; Isa 33:21) He is the Source of all life.—Job 33:4; Ps 36:9; Ac 17:24, 25.

His righteousness and glory. The true God is a righteous God. (Ps 7:9) He is the glorious God. (Ps 29:3; Ac 7:2) He enjoys eminence above all (De 33:26), being clothed with eminence and strength (Ps 93:1; 68:34) and with dignity and splendor. (Ps 104:1; 1Ch 16:27; Job 37:22; Ps 8:1) “His activity is dignity and splendor themselves.” (Ps 111:3) There is glory of splendor in his Kingship.—Ps 145:11, 12.

His purpose. God has a purpose that he will work out and that cannot be thwarted. (Isa 46:10; 55:8-11) His purpose, as expressed at Ephesians 1:9, 10, is “to gather all things together again in the Christ, the things in the heavens and the things on the earth.” By means of Christ all intelligent creation will be brought into full harmony with God. (Compare Mt 6:9, 10.) None existed before Jehovah; therefore he has seniority over all. (Isa 44:6) He, being the Creator, existed before any other gods, and ‘none will exist after him,’ because the nations will never produce a real, live god that is able to prophesy. (Isa 43:10; 46:9, 10) As the Alpha and the Omega (Re 22:13), he is the one and only Almighty God; he will bring to a successful conclusion the issue over Godship, being forever vindicated as the only Almighty God. (Re 1:8; 21:5, 6) He never forgets or forsakes his purposes or covenants, which makes him a God of dependability and loyalty.—Ps 105:8.

A communicative God. Having great love for his creatures, God provides ample opportunity for them to know him and his purposes. His own voice has been heard by men on earth on three occasions. (Mt 3:17; 17:5; Joh 12:28) He has communicated through angels (Lu 2:9-12; Ac 7:52, 53) and through men to whom he gave directions and revelations, such as Moses, and especially through his Son, Jesus Christ. (Heb 1:1, 2; Re 1:1) His written Word is his communication to his people, enabling them to be completely equipped as his servants and ministers, and directing them on the way to life.—2Pe 1:19-21; 2Ti 3:16, 17; Joh 17:3.

Contrasted with the gods of the nations. The true God, the Creator of the glorious heavenly bodies, has glory and brilliance beyond the ability of fleshly sight to endure, for “no man may see [God] and yet live.” (Ex 33:20) Only the angels, spirit creatures, have vision that can behold his face in a literal sense. (Mt 18:10; Lu 1:19) Nevertheless, he does not expose men to such an experience. In loving-kindness he enables men to see his fine qualities through his Word, including the revelation of himself by means of his Son, Christ Jesus.—Mt 11:27; Joh 1:18; 14:9.

God gives us an idea of the effect of his presence in the book of Revelation. The apostle John had a vision that approximated seeing God, in the sense that it revealed the effect of beholding him on his throne. God was not like a man in appearance, for he has not revealed any figure of his to man, as John himself said later: “No man has seen God at any time.” (Joh 1:18) Rather, God was shown to be like highly polished gems, precious, glowing, beautiful, that attract the eye and win delighted admiration. He was “in appearance, like a jasper stone and a precious red-colored stone, and round about the throne there [was] a rainbow like an emerald in appearance.”
(Re 4:3) Thus, he is lovely in appearance and pleasant to look at, causing one to lose oneself in wonderment. About his throne there is further glory and an atmosphere of calmness, serenity; the appearance of a perfect rainbow of emerald indicates that, reminding one of the enjoyable quieting calm that follows a storm.—Compare Ge 9:12-16.




posted on Oct, 23 2015 @ 09:35 AM
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originally posted by: AlephBet
a reply to: Cinrad



My theory in a nutshell: God ordered the total annihilation/genocide of the Canaanite peoples, including children, because they were descendents/genetically mixed with the children of rebel angels who took human wives.


Yahweh demonstrated the ability to take life on a whim. He had the power to totally wipe the weeds from the wheat. Instead, he prompted mankind to do it. His title was Lord of Hosts, meaning his Angels could have done the job in one day. Instead, he made a murderer out of David.

In Genesis 9, it states this:

6 Whoever sheds human blood,
by humans his blood will be shed,
because in his image, Elohim made humans.

7 Be fertile, and increase in number. Spread over the earth, and increase.”

THESE ARE THE WORDS OF ELOHIM ABOVE, NOT YAHWEH.

Keep in mind, this is AFTER the flood that claimed to wipe out ALL living life. When Yahweh's words and actions got to a certain point, Elohim (Father) cut him off at Malachi 4. After this, he was forced to incarnate into the 'Branch' / Jesus and become a Kinsman. He paid the price for the bloodshed he had caused by hanging on a cross. This payment has not ended war.

What is the central truth of the entire thing? Yahweh created the Snake. Check Genesis 3. What did he say to the Snake at the end of the OT?

3 Then he showed me Joshua, the chief priest, standing in front of the Messenger of Yahweh. Satan the Accuser was standing at Joshua’s right side to accuse him. 2 Yahweh said to Satan, “I, Yahweh, silence you, Satan! I, Yahweh, who has chosen Jerusalem, silence you! Isn’t this man like a burning log snatched from a fire?”

What did he say as Jesus to the Snake:

Matthew 4

10 Yeshua said to him, “Go away, Satan! Scripture says, ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve only him.’”

11 Then the devil left him, and angels came to take care of him.

Again. Who created the Snake?

Genesis 3

3 The snake was more clever than all the wild animals Yahweh Elohim had made.

Genesis 6 and Jude 1 represents fallen Angels corrupting mankind. What is Yahweh? The LORD of those Hosts of Angels. One thing he is not is Elohim (Father) from Genesis 1. After the fall of man in Genesis 3, we see Yahweh Elohim lose the title Elohim. Use the Names of God Bible and check. He then proclaims himself to be the only God of Israel, even though Elohim had promised blessing on ALL nations through the Rainbow. ALL colors. Yahweh selected ONE color, then tried to kill the rest.

What is the real problem here? Yahweh and our lack of understanding about him. We fail to read the words of the Bible for all they are worth.

Mankind has never been in error. The one that created the snake is in error. He is the parasite for the hosts. We are a host.





4TH.
How different the true God is, therefore, from the gods of the nations, who are often depicted as being grotesque, angry, fierce, implacable, merciless, whimsical as to their favors and disfavors, horrifying and fiendish, and ready to torture earthly creatures in some kind of inferno.

“A God exacting exclusive devotion.” “Even though there are those who are called ‘gods,’ whether in heaven or on earth, just as there are many ‘gods’ and many ‘lords,’ there is actually to us one God the Father.” (1Co 8:5, 6) Jehovah is the Almighty God, the only true God, and he rightfully exacts exclusive devotion. (Ex 20:5) His servants must keep others out of, or excluded from, his proper place in their hearts and actions. He requires his worshipers to worship him with spirit and truth. (Joh 4:24) They should stand in reverent awe of him alone.—Isa 8:13; Heb 12:28, 29.

Among other mighty ones called “gods” in the Bible is Jesus Christ, who is “the only-begotten god.” But he himself plainly said: “It is Jehovah your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render sacred service.” (Joh 1:18; Lu 4:8; De 10:20) The angels are “godlike ones,” but one of them stopped John from worshiping him, saying: “Be careful! Do not do that! . . . Worship God.” (Ps 8:5; Heb 2:7; Re 19:10) Mighty men among the Hebrews were called “gods” (Ps 82:1-7); but no man was purposed by God to receive worship. When Cornelius began to do obeisance to Peter, that apostle stopped him with the words, “Rise; I myself am also a man.” (Ac 10:25, 26) Certainly the false gods invented and fashioned by men down through the centuries since the rebellion in Eden are not to be worshiped. The Mosaic Law warns strongly against turning from Jehovah to them. (Ex 20:3-5) Jehovah the true God will not forever tolerate rivalry from false, worthless gods.—Jer 10:10, 11.

After Christ’s Millennial Reign, during which he brings to nothing all authority and power that is in opposition to God, he hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father, who will then become “all things to everyone.” (Ro 8:33; 1Co 15:23-28) Eventually, all those living will acknowledge God’s sovereignty and will praise his name continually.—
Ps 150; Php 2:9-11; Re 21:22-27




posted on Feb, 1 2016 @ 12:19 AM
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They are/were reptilian vampires who hate humans. Thats why they kill humans.



posted on Nov, 2 2016 @ 08:15 PM
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