Originally posted by TheFogHorn
2 The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; (ROCK AS IN GREAT BiG VOLCANO) my God is my
rock, in whom I take refuge,
my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. (IN OTHER TRASLATIONS STRONGHOLD IS 'HIGH TOWER')
3 I called to the LORD, who is worthy of praise,
and I have been saved from my enemies.
4 The cords of death entangled me;
the torrents of destruction overwhelmed me.
5 The cords of the grave coiled around me;
the snares of death confronted me.
6 In my distress I called to the LORD;
I cried to my God for help.
In most ways this appears to be David's account for the path of Moses. Moses was on the run from the Egyptians, for killing one, and he had to run
far to escape their wrath.
Moses headed East and found a Priest called Jethro in a city called Midian (Madian) in Saudi Arabia, and an area chocked full of volcanic and rift
Some suggest that Jethro hid Moses in the lava tubes of the area, thus the theme of the rock being Moses protector. Then Moses marries Jethro's
daugher and takes up raising sheep. The Egyptians give up looking and Moses looks like an Arab sheep herder.
But then one of the features of these volcanic laced lands has Moses watching a Bush that is either smoking or has a fire coming from it, but the Bush
isn't actually one fire. Such is what one sees when there is Rift and Volcanic heat action on oil minerals deep under the Earth. Thus was a mini
verson of the Moses Mtn of Fire that came later as the deep underground volcanic magma encountered more oil deposits and emitted bigger flames out the
top of a very high upthrust mountain near the same area.
It is a story about the effects of Mother Nature and is being embellished into a special association with god that moves to assist man. More than
likely the reverse is true that mother nature's effects often enable man's greater knowledge of the special things for which nature is capable.
David is showing his knowledge of that which was the history of Moses and his volcanic effects god issues, to the point of speaking of the rumbling
mountain from the magma rising deep within the Earth. David gets into Sodam and Gomorrah, and on down the line.
David is the one that recovered the Ark from being lost for a long time, and discovers some of its special chemical methods that were derived from
volcanic toxic effects. Volcanic toxic effects are led by fluorine's toxic effects and one of the special effects of nature from volcanic effects is
to produce acids and these acids can release the volcanic toxic effects by acting on volcanic minerals. Such became the issues of how Moses and
Jethro managed Exodus.
One of the special effects of volcanic effects is to make hydrogen fluoride gas via the heat action on fluorine minerals in the Earth's Crust.
Hydrogen Fluoride gas is heavier than air and makes a ground hugging fog of water vapor when released into air, which is extremely toxic and deadly.
This is just standard volcanic workings that still kills animals and man today with highly toxic hydrogen fluoride either in the air or water of
streams near volcanic effects.
These same absence of surface lava volcanic linked effects that set up the burning bush, came to make the Mtn of Fire, also set up the rise of a rift
driven effect on the right prong of the Red Sea that made a land bridge that depended in winds and tides to open a pathway across the Red Sea there.
David's son, Solomon, would later erect some carved stone columns to mark this location. David was so commited to the special story that this became
the theme behind the temple, which Soloman built.
Just like the way Psalms is written, the real message isn't told in the literal and clear sense, but using metaphore and allegory to embellish this
story. There was not much left of this story in the times of David, but the little gold box of the Ark with its alchemical volcanic toxic chemistry
effects that helped David subdue Goliath and set him on the pathway toward being the leader of those that came from Moses wonderings near the Mtn of
Fire in the volcanic regions of Saudi Arabia.
I do think you are correct in the interpretations that Psalms 18 speaks to the issues of Moses and the Rift and Volcanic effects near Midian, Saudi
Arabia. It shows the depth to which David could recount the story, yet keep it veiled to a large extent due to the lack of details and specifics
of nature's ways. This method of keeping the inner secrets veiled is a major concept of religion and keeping up mysteries, and the other key issue
of the mysteries is the creator gods and the human breeding experiments linked to other geologic issues of river cultures and food chain, which became
Egypt. All these link together as Abraham is the source for this effect of Nature and messing with the natural order.
Add in the little twists of Lava Tubes and Jethro at the beginning and it appears much more clear to the extent that David knew the story of Moses in
I reading and associations with Psalms 18 one finds the secret of relgion is the keeping of secrets about the inner core for religion and the making
of an embellished mystery. Mystery attracts attention and followers. What David did with his metaphore and allegorical speaking was the start of
the games of embellishments of these simple truths and realities from nature and the games of the Creator gods into more and more similar games for
hiding the truth and keeping up the mystery and making the finding the truth more and more difficult. It is via the deeper associations in reading
Psalms 18 that much more of the truth can be seen for what was Moses metaphore for god, and how both Moses tribe and Egypt derived from the same times
of Abraham in the City of Ur. Abrahams god was just those that knew the sciences of the Earth and the Universe, and Moses tribe were decendants of
the same and also used similar knowledge of these Earth Sciences against Egypt, due to Moses having refined Earth science with volcano worship in the
lands of Midian.
Should both those associations ever become mainstream the entire game for relgions mysteries cease to exist and the world becomes free of these old
mind games to sustain some rather simple issues embellished to be god. Mother Nature is allowed as a god theme, one that should be more clearly
expressed from Moses and David, but Abramham's god appears well into the game of fake god issues, yet those that learned and knew the ways of Nature
on Earth all too well. Their persuits were gold and slavery, which doesn't speak well for Abraham's god.
edit on 10-7-2012 by MagnumOpus because: Psalms 18 is fairly important.