The "AHnunAHki" & the 7 seals Bible Code

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posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by TheSonOfMan
yo you are ignorrant as a mother..beep..beep
I see you're getting desperate.

how can someone have the dna of somebodys SPIRIT?..LET ME BREAK IT DOWN TO YOU....the same spirit which was in the prophet zechariah was the same that was inside of stichen.
Oh, okay. Just as soon as you prove that, I'll concede the point.

the penny is more valuable then any coin in this damn world..
This is getting pretty funny...




posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by TheSonOfMan

Originally posted by reaganero
God is not an alien. That whole idea is a diversion to help explain the rapture.



Well then i guess your hoping to be left behind then?

[edit on 6-11-2006 by TheSonOfMan]




When everybody is missing the "government" and devil need an answer for the missing people. Sounds like you've already bought into the ploy?



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 03:59 PM
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the aliens already had the dna and implanted it in the earthlings, so there and that is why they need to obduct us stupid earthlings, so the rapture goes on and on and on.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by firebat
Do you even use pennies anymore? They're all but worthless and obsolete...


Unless you are poor, like me! Pennies often come in quite useful for my purposes!

1 cent is still 1 cent. Not worthless, just miniscule. I believe in the power of aggregation.




posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:04 PM
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Originally posted by firebat

Originally posted by TheSonOfMan
yo you are ignorrant as a mother..beep..beep
I see you're getting desperate.

how can someone have the dna of somebodys SPIRIT?..LET ME BREAK IT DOWN TO YOU....the same spirit which was in the prophet zechariah was the same that was inside of stichen.
Oh, okay. Just as soon as you prove that, I'll concede the point.

the penny is more valuable then any coin in this damn world..
This is getting pretty funny...


just keeping up my commentary on the events as i see them:

you just keep on scoffing firebat. it's getting pretty boring. do something funny.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:04 PM
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Originally posted by queenannie38

Originally posted by firebat
Do you even use pennies anymore? They're all but worthless and obsolete...


Unless you are poor, like me! Pennies often come in quite useful for my purposes!
Do not assume anything about my economic status... you don't know what you're talking about.

1 cent is still 1 cent. Not worthless, just miniscule. I believe in the power of aggregation.
I do too... but is that the same as proclaiming it to be the most valuable coin in the "damn world" as your friend has suggested?



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:07 PM
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Originally posted by surrender_dorothy
you just keep on scoffing firebat. it's getting pretty boring. do something funny.
I'm actually getting a kick out of reading some of these posts. I guess, despite what they say, sometimes fiction is stranger than fact.

EDIT: And if I bore you so much, I don't think anyone'e holding your head to your monitor, forcing you to read my posts. Trust me-- it's NOT going to hurt me feelings if you don't read them.

[edit on 6-11-2006 by firebat]



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:13 PM
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Originally posted by firebat
I'm actually getting a kick out of reading some of these posts. I guess, despite what they say, sometimes fiction is stranger than fact.


ahah, yeah it's the best damn thread on this board at the moment.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by firebat

I don't think you really know who Abraham Lincoln was...


I will say, then, that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races...I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, not of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people.

The Writings Of Abraham Lincoln


Firebat,
seems to me you may not really know who Abraham Lincoln was, considering his actions and behaviors after your above chosen quote seem to conflict with what you are saying he believed in.

Or, perhaps it helps your arguement to simply disregard what facts suit your reasoning?



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:34 PM
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Originally posted by firebat
quote]the penny is more valuable then any coin in this damn world..
This is getting pretty funny...

Seems like firebat is far more intelligent than the man who is on the $100 bill!

i believe he said: "a penny saved is a penny earned".

[edit on 6-11-2006 by Esoteric Teacher]



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:37 PM
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Originally posted by firebat
I do too... but is that the same as proclaiming it to be the most valuable coin in the "damn world" as your friend has suggested?


Well, it seems AMERICA would not have won one of the world wars without the penny, considering they had to stop using copper for the pennies for a few years in order to save a great deal of life!!!!

i noticed they did not start making any other coins out of any other metals, nope they turned to the penny and said "we need the copper for parts"!!!!

so, it would seem in the hours of greatest need, AMERICA did turn to the penny for more help than they did to any other currency in america!!!!



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:39 PM
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Originally posted by Esoteric Teacher
Firebat,
seems to me you may not really know who Abraham Lincoln was, considering his actions and behaviors after your above chosen quote seem to conflict with what you are saying he believed in.

Or, perhaps it helps your arguement to simply disregard what facts suit your reasoning?

I don't wish to get into a separate debate on the subject of Abraham Lincoln. All I will say is that anyone who has taken a 1st-Year college course in U.S. History knows that Abraham Lincoln's "freeing of the slaves" was more so a political, even a military decision, than it was a gesture of his good heart. First off he "freed" the slaves in the rebelling states so that they would turn on their masters. Can you explain why, in Lincoln's Proclamation, he would only free the slaves in the Confederacy but not the slave-states that stayed in the Union? The ending of slavery was a secondary effect of the Civil War... while it's significance and importance is great, it was not Lincoln's primary goal to free the slaves. His goal was to preserve the Union, no matter the cost.

It's also well-documented, as I have shown, that Lincoln had no real desire, whatsoever, to free the slaves.

Lincoln was no Moses.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by firebat

Originally posted by surrender_dorothy
you just keep on scoffing firebat. it's getting pretty boring. do something funny.
I'm actually getting a kick out of reading some of these posts. I guess, despite what they say, sometimes fiction is stranger than fact.


Actually, you can not find one fact that was not first fiction. everything humanity accepts as fact, was first fiction.

the atomic bomb breakthrough that caused scientist to consider a chain reaction was found in a science fiction novel written decades earlier.

even the father of physics Sir Isaac Newton simply asked the right question, but his theory was fiction, until he provided proof of his findings.

he was not famous for noticing the apple falling. he was famous for asking and developing an answer to: "if the apple falls, why does the moon not fall?"



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:42 PM
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Originally posted by Esoteric Teacher

Well, it seems AMERICA would not have won one of the world wars without the penny
Wow. You've really outdone yourself this time.


I'm going out for awhile... maybe I'll come back and see what other hilarious ideas you guys come up with later on.

I'm still waiting for the Mods to recycle this useless thread.

EDIT: And BTW... Yes, Sir Isaac Newton provided proof for his theory, as you stated. And when you provide evidence, not contrived word-games, I will be happy to take back my currently accurate position that the general theory behind these outrageous claims involving the Seals are completely utter nonsense.

[edit on 6-11-2006 by firebat]



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:49 PM
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Originally posted by firebat

Lincoln was no Moses.


there is a little moses in all of us, i believe.

and to judge Abraham Lincoln by a few words and disregard all his actions and behaviors to determine with your opinion what his intentions may or may not have been is not looking at the whole picture. i'll put more faith in your opinion in regards to Abe when you take a bullet in the head for trying to serve your country during such a time of social rift, after having sworn to god to do exactly what you had to do. unless you have walked one inch in a man's shoes, do not lecture as to what that man was thinking or juggling at any one moment in time.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 05:09 PM
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Originally posted by TheSonOfMan
yo you are ignorrant as a mother..beep..beep



Okay, no prophet of God would say THAT.

So again I will point out (though a bit more clearly this time)....

Either you are, or you & yours are following a false prophet sweetie.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 05:20 PM
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Originally posted by Relentless

Originally posted by TheSonOfMan
yo you are ignorrant as a mother..beep..beep



Okay, no prophet of God would say THAT.

So again I will point out (though a bit more clearly this time)....

Either you are, or you & yours are following a false prophet sweetie.


And who tells you what or what not a "prophet" can say.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 05:21 PM
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Originally posted by Rockpuck
Ed... if everything we can possibly see, hear, touch and feel is already dead (passed) then explain how to be in touch with the living (future) and why that makes us eternal?


Rockpuck--

The statement made by PureEnergy has nothing to do with "everything one can possibley see, just what most people are educated to see commonly in this Time. In other words, one sees what one is taught to see, while, at the same time, being taught not to question the teacher. This form of 'indoctrinal' teaching serves to limit what one comes to know and can come to know, and is very well entrenched in both the Church and the Educational System in America.

So, Rock, what you "see, touch, and feel" is, literally, what you are either taught to, or willing to interact with, in that manner. The words of Jesus quoted by PureEnergy are the Truth, and may be found in 2 places; the Gnostic Bible and in two of the Apocryphal Gospels; notably in the Gospels of Ruth and Mary. Understand, when you read a modern edition of the Bible, that it is short by 14 Books, taken from it by the Puritan Reforms in the 1800's. Most people are only familiar with 5 of those books, as the are included in the Knox translation, between the Old and New Testements, and make up the 400 year gap between the last of the Prophets and the Birth of Jesus.

While I'm at it, EsotericTeacher's post on the "666" is also right on the money, and correct. 666 is also the number of the Hebrew word for "Man". The reason that there are 3 Six's is because, as we are made in the Image of God, we are also a Trinity of Body, Mind, and Spirit. As "E.T." so graphicly stated, the Six is representative of those things we Love--Body, Mind, and Spirit---above the Truth and God. 777, on the other hand, represents Uncondition and the Perfection of Man.

Tho I am a Christian, it is, and was, formed as an "addition" with me rather than a "spiritual beginning"; something I personally encompassed rather than being "convicted" for, and after the fact of knowing the Living Law and the Author of it; God. That is because I am a product of a Culture that is not, and entirely different from, that of Western Europe and modern American Society. We have a different system of Spiritual Education based in a knowledge base and Tradition that is thousands of years older than, even, Judaeism. We call this The First Covenant, and not because it necessarily was the First Covenant God made with Man, post-Eden, it is just the only current one that has remained completely intact since it's inception--(that we have any knowledge of).

This brings me to the Seals. After the Beginning, when Man had "gone forth and multiplied", and after Eden, God made Covenants with the Tribes of Man, and there were 7 of them (7 Sealed Books). These Seven Covenants were Given in the Ways that the Seven Tribes of Man could understand and Accept. With them were Given the Laws and a "Sign of the Covenant". The most published, and that because of the invention of Writing in Sumer, is that given to the Jews-- the Law of Moses and the Arc of the Covenant. From the beliefs of the Essenes, (AKA, "Sons of God" and "School of the Prophets"; the Authors of Mssianic Belief). That being the case, the Christian Faith is under the Seal of the Covenant of the Jews, as it is actually a Sect of Essene Judaeism, that which believed that Jesus was the Messiah, as it was the Essenes that developed the Messianic Faith. There are 6 other Covenants, some kept, and most not, made with the Six other "Houses" (Tribes) of Man. These are the 7 Books and Seven Seals (the Signatures of God and Man), of Revelations. The Book eaten by the Prophet Daniel was/is the Book of the Covenant with his People, which was Sweet to his Mouth--was Good--but made him sick to his stomach when he swallowed it--because it had been broken by Men. The Seven Books are opened, the Seals Broken, because of Judgement, as a Witness for God of their Making between Man and God, showing that God never broke His Word.

Understand that God is Holy, and will NOT go against His own Word. Only Men can break a Covenant, or will, or have--and with God and each other.

I posted these things for you to think about. I don't have all the answers for you; you have to find those on your own and for yourself--or not. Consider this post as what it is--a Sharing between me and you--and not a Rebuke of anything. I suggest that you seek the Truth, and the Word, in Life--as I know as surely as I write this, thet the Changeless, Timeless, Truth of God is clearly Written in Life, itself. All one needs to do is Look and Think.



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 05:24 PM
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Originally posted by Esoteric Teacher


there is a little moses in all of us, i believe.

and to judge Abraham Lincoln by a few words and disregard all his actions and behaviors to determine with your opinion what his intentions may or may not have been is not looking at the whole picture. i'll put more faith in your opinion in regards to Abe when you take a bullet in the head for trying to serve your country during such a time of social rift, after having sworn to god to do exactly what you had to do. unless you have walked one inch in a man's shoes, do not lecture as to what that man was thinking or juggling at any one moment in time.


Most certainly moses and Abe DO HAVE ALOT IN COMMON.


moses saved/freed a people not of his own..just the same way abraham freed black slaves.

the slaves had the underground rail road...and the is real AH lites had the parting of the red sea.




posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 05:32 PM
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Originally posted by firebat

I don't wish to get into a separate debate on the subject of Abraham Lincoln. All I will say is that anyone who has taken a 1st-Year college course in U.S. History knows that Abraham Lincoln's "freeing of the slaves" was more so a political, even a military decision, than it was a gesture of his good heart.
Lincoln was no Moses.


O' but I do wish you wisen up just a little..


Maybe you should realize that it was god's good gesture of his heart which allowed abraham to free the slaves.GOD IIS IN EVERYONE!!!!!!

on the suface it might looked political or even military..but deep down it was god's love for his people.


God reads the hearts and mind of every living being..and for you to say some crap like that ..is ungodly at the least.






[edit on 6-11-2006 by TheSonOfMan]

[edit on 6-11-2006 by TheSonOfMan]





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