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Locusts: Who Are They?

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posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 03:56 PM

Originally posted by Sigismundus
The Mangled Greek of this passage is difficult but...

here is Apoc. 9:1-11 QUOTED in English...

"And these Locusts had the appearance of horses (Joel 2:4)
Even horses arrayed for battle;
upon their heads what appeared to be like crowns of gold;
their faces were like the faces of the sons of men
but the hairs on them [on their faces],

I called these Loki instead of Locust. I think what happened in the translation is that plural words got translated a singular. It makes more sense as like horses arrayed for battle rather than an appearance of a horse. Unless someone wants to find some truth that the horsehead nebula is an origin for such species, I doubt they look like horses.

[i.e. ‘antennae’ like the Arab proverb says]
were like women's hair,

This depends on if an individual Loki was 'touched' or 'untouched'. In this sense, touched Loki are those that act like vampires and thirst for red blood. They either have human form or posses vampires, more likely the later. They do this in order to cure the vampire and to cure themselves. They seek out 'untouched' dragons, and the scorpion like tail penetrates the dragon. If the dragon is from son of man (Adam) then the dragon dies (hence the curse). If the dragon survives (not son of man), then the vampire is awakened with the Loki (shape-shifts to human form). A 'good' untouched dragon offers her neck to the vampire. The vampire most likely tries to bite until he realizes his bites (and paradox) only hurt him. This continues until the vampire is cured (to not bite) or the vampire dies. A cured vampire is released from possession and possibly his thirst.

their teeth are lion's teeth,
and their back teeth those of a [lion's] whelp.

(Vampirical) fangs are permanent in untouched dragons. Once an untouched dragon cures a vampire (as above), she realizes fully who she is and has been.... like Eve to say as Eve.

whose name in Hebrew is Abba D’on,

Untouched dragons are able to deny that an ordinary family exists for them. Any memory or experience of an ordinary life for them is precious to them, as it is one thing that ordinary people have and that dragons do not. "Abba" in this sense is significant to such relationships rather than a specific individual. "D'on" is misspelled from the spoken-only language dragons (similar to French), as it would be closer spelled as "D'Aun" or "D'Auna" (and the 'a' is silent as in French).

You have to be of the bloodline in order to know that last part. *wink*

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 06:11 PM
Hi Dzonatas--

Loki is a Norse Mythological shape shifter and is not related in any way shape or form (either etymologically or mythologically) with the Ugaritic Canaanite roots of the liguistic imagery-complex found in the mangled Greek texts of the Apocalypse of Yohanon (the author of which was evidently a Levite heavilly schooled in the rituals of the 2nd Temple of YHWH in Jerusalem, and whose native tongue was certainly not Greek, and very probably Aramaic).

There is no Norse Vampirism to speak of in this very Jewish Messianic 2nd Temple Apocalypse, just a lot of middle-eastern war-devastation-plague imagery (including canaanite deities, some of them like Lotan/Leviathan are clearly Ugaritic in terms of mythological and linguistic source material, but conciously adjusted to the needs of his audience by the writer who is seeing current and near-future events ('the times of these things are close at hand') through the unrosy-coloured-lensed eyes of a Jerusalemite 2nd Temple Levitical priest whose main cult center is about to be razed to the ground by hordes of 'unclearn kittim' (i.e. gentiles, in this case, the Roman Army).

Interpreting this book OUTSIDE of the context of 2nd Temple Judaeism and the wider context of the Roman Occupation of Palestine (which began in BCE 63) and the pattern of insurrection-events leading up to the 1st Failed Jewish War against Rome is etymologically impossible--especially in view of the tight-knit relationship between the 24-line oracle 'poetical' stanzas in the mangled Greeek texts (such as we have in much later and heavilly altered copies) and earlier Apocalyptic Hebrew and Aramaic writings.

These oracles (such as we have them, mangled as they are) in the Greek are NOT Norse Saga material and bear ABSOLUTELY NO resemblance to Norse mythology, as any student of Aramaic and Hebrew intertestamental texts will immediately tell you--

And Locusts is Plural in the Greek, as are Horses in both the Greek OT variants and the unpointed PaleoHebrew of Joel 2:4-11 in case you did not notice...

[edit on 6-10-2009 by Sigismundus]

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 07:49 PM
reply to post by Sigismundus

Norse Myth is derived from germanic tribes, which cross and go beyond the subjects you spoke of.

Sorry, but I'm not going to be a mythfit.


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