reply to post by Dock9
i've thought about this subject as well. and here's a few bits of data i managed to accumulate:
according to dake, an author and scholar of biblical theological texts, the universe is not quite what it seems. he wrote in his huge book entitle
GOD'S PLAN FOR MAN, back before the roswell incident, that god has an universal government. that life on earth is a testing phase. and that before
homo sapians were created, the prior occupants were also tested, and they are now what we refer to as the angelic races. he proves this with some
heavy duty scriptural examples.
somewhat in agreement with him, later in the 1970s, zecharia sitchin wrote in his earth chronicles series, that before man was created there were the
junior gods, called the igigi and the anuna. he gleaned his data mostly from the sumerian-akkadian texts and the various writings of the hebrews,
mesopotamians, egyptians and hindus. their description matches those of not only angels in the bible but in the heberw pseudopigraphical texts as
well, such as the book of 1 enoch. if you would like more info on this particular part of it, let me know, it's pretty interesting.
dake claims the testing process is to determine how we will fit into god's universal kingdom as it were. (don't worry, this is going somewhere
important). apparently, each individual is unique, and the person's life experiences further shape them, so that the end result is varied and
due to my personal research on the creation of the adam verses in the book of genesis, i came to the conclusion that the first adam race (males and
females) were in eternal bodies cloned from the original elohim (gods) or the atum (gods) if you will. (moses was raised egyptian and he wrote most
of the first five books of the bible, so it would be no real surprise for him to use the egyptian-mesopotamian word for the atum and their clones)
anyway, we weren't supposed to procreate. new atum clones were brought about by cloning, so childbirth was not necessary. in fact, giving birth was
only something the animal kingdom did. the atum and their clones, did not. that is, till they were modified, which is the second adam creation. to
give the clones the ability to create new life, as the atum did, atum clone DNA was spliced with mammal DNA, creating homo sapians. this is why it
says the nachash told them they would be like gods, knowing good and evil. procreation was called "knowing" or "knowledge"... and adam knew his
wife and she gave birth (et. al, they had sex, that's what it meant to "know" in that time frame).
and thus ended pain free child creation for the atum clones. we had to be taught entirely different, how to fit into god's universal government
because we had a few problems, such as temporary bodies that use to be self repairing/ regenerating that were now temporary bodies with a decay cycle
built-in. animal related instincts. animal related behaviors. this was because of the effects mammal dna had on us and our physical presence. we
smelled. we belched, farted, and excreted, various obnoxious odors related to digestion, hormones and body regulation. and that's just for
starters. apparently atum clones originally did not have to deal with these things because they weren't the result of the gradual process of decay.
an ingenious way was devised to allow us to retain the data space our first clone bodies would've normally accessed. instead of utilizing it as an
expansive library, it became an one way recording device, that records everything you do, say, feel, think, and all your body processes in relation
to what you do say feel and think. from this, your place in the universal kingdom is determined.
since the body is in a decay cascade and eventually returns to the earth in the cycle of temporary life, our living dna works like a holographic
message system that is quantum entangled with an atum clone that will bare our unique appearances and contain our unique experiences, skills and
talents. this is the "afterlife", which is really better said as "real life" since the temporary bodies we are in now, are about as real as