reply to post by Jane_Rogers
When you read the Bible, the word gold is mentioned more than the word love so rather than being about love, my take away is that our pre-history is
"The gold is mine" sayeth the Lord.
This always sounded out of character for The Father as revealed to us by Jesus.
I don't think the Father of Jesus ever said this.
I think it was uttered by someone the writer thought was God at the time. I think the writer here is calling Enhil God not knowing at the time he was
only one son in charge of the gold mining operation and the "true God" over him therefor us - is his Father.
Our gold is spoken for and every last drop is being rounded up. Some planetary shield to protect a planet (probably US in the future) and according to
legend, it is lining the walls of the underworld so they can see in candlelight.
I am convinced we are mixing up stories and confusing who is who, what they want, what they said, did, and why they are here....in the Bible.
That woman who wanted to barter a chicken for medical care was not so far off the mark. It is the only guaranteed way to get something useful
or desirable for something also useful or desirable.
Aside from rolling around with it, selling it (which makes it "a placeholder" for actual, usable goods and services) or you have such a planetary
emergency as described in Zecharia Sitchins 12th planet - what can a regular person really do with the gold? Besides look at the gold?
Incidentally, gold just went up another $30
And I know this is another BUY GOLD ad but I am clearly bored and playing like it is a real question.
[edit on 9-5-2010 by rusethorcain]