posted on May, 3 2005 @ 07:51 AM
My understanding of the 'serpent seed line', as you call it, is different. The Bible tells us Abraham had two children, Ishmael by the slave woman
Hagar, and Isaac by his wife Sarah. Ishmael carried the 'seed of bondage', which I assume is the same to you as the 'serpent seed line', and
Isaac carried 'the seed of promise', from which would come the Redeemer (Jesus). Isaac, the child of promise, signifies salvation by grace through
faith. Ishmael, the child of bondage (born of a slave woman), signifies the law, a salvation of works.
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph (with his technicolor dreamcoat) are considered the fathers of Judaism and the twelve tribes of Israel.
The line of Isaac goes directly to the Virgin Mary, the second Eve, who begets Jesus, the second Adam. In Jesus the Redeemer, we find salvation by
grace through faith.
If the stories about Jesus and MM are true, and descendents of Jesus did become European Kings, that doesn't mean their descendents are the true
Israelites. Nor does it mean they are all white. Those that carry the 'seed of bondage' aren't necessarily all non-white, either. It seems
Hitler twisted the story to suit his own purposes.
Muslims believe that they are descended from Ishmael, and furthermore, that he carried the 'seed of promise' as Abraham's first child. There are
as many interpretations of history as there are cultures that trace their roots back into it.
The real story is lost somewhere in the morass of time, and it is up to each of us to discern our own personal truth with the flawed tools