Monday, November 3, 2014

6th Selpheln - Randall Flag

"That which is spoken by God-the-Sun is life; that which is spoken by the Devil is death; Abraxas speaketh that hallowed and accursed word, which is life and death at the same time. Abraxas begetteth truth and lying, good and evil, light and darkness in the same word and in the same act. Wherefore is Abraxas terrible."---------- Cast out was Azazel from his people for this rebel integrity ------------------------------------------- young but still he must go and live with out his father, but with the blessing of his father he went, just as his children and their childrens children would do, repeating the same - to name all the creatures and plants of the earth by taste and sight - that was his job - to wonder in and thru the earth and name everything, calling them names, and spread his seeds of self and knowing - stir up chaos in the order of things - wondering this did make him ponder on his wonderings --------------------------------------------------------------------------His people travled the earth even was in America with Jesus GoldsSmith and lived in tents n caves wearing black garments some called Druids/Rooids/rood/jewids who had reptile eyes and could change to look like the people they blend in with when in rome home - ------------------------------------------taught their children to do the same - and sent them out into the world to be good and gentle as their furer in Shiva ham - it was to them this task the oral traditions - they have colder body temps and a natural born crown, it was said - they pulse rate is a little slower and they have thick bones and hard bull headed skills and a stinger at the end of their tail bone was a stinger when you fall on your grass and get a "butt stun" these nasi rites are the essenes of the essence - naessenes or the Rachiabites = had horns like a rack stag in some cass's - they grow their whole life as people of the earth did as the plants did - they have avatar powers with the earth and are one with the earth/planit - Ravenwolf -------------------------------------------------------------------------we are the archons - the gregore - the watchers and the Fallen ones togethror - in a evil world where evil is norm "the righteous are evil for being righteous and pure in an evil world" - integrity is against the law - until judgment day, when only words will judge those who's words created and maintain egos = of the man made demon called sAten -----------------Azazel said fuck that, i got shit to do - I wanna be my own good sam heritan- spread my own good spells - about rightnest and god nest - make some home made golems and have tons ov fun - hoot and holler with uncle sam i am - to hell with sAten who had so many names all are confused - i am with the God seen and unseen - the God before the sAten immiation demon-nation. denom stratination - democracy is crazy with demons as any poly tic - vote naked and drunk at the north pole, south of the same pole - - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Today we see remnants of these cast out folks, Azazel lord of the flyins and cree[ping things, lord of the flags, and his peoples in blood actions - in all religions - the pure - the ones who dont drink or uses drugs unless they want tooo - tho may may suffer sex dis functions, they are consecrated as sober as a judgite - the holy - the righteous in manors - in the eyes for others to see them take oath. - ----------------------------------------but its time to reap what we all sow ---------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------But Azazel the Selphelim, did not like to do what his people did, staying sober was for the sober - he did not do what his nature told him to do with his creations - - - - he enjoyed eating plants and dreaming on mescaline alone w eyes closed and being w beautiful women - and chewing cokane and drinkin wine cyder apple jack ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- experimenting with life and death was fun to cause accidents on purpose - he meant no harm, he is a good for bad sake - he loved his creations and destructions, so he had no rulers in learning all things, that was allowed - and treat them well - he made everything to be understood and killed for the same reason - He knew one day - if he did not detroy his kreations, they would rise up and destroy him for having so many rules = and being so pure about things - the orks wanted to have sex and eat - kill and rape - tear down the play things and mankey bars frankenstine built for them to smoke on and pretend to be kool ----------------------------------he wrote books and hid his story in all them - grimore and fairy tails - poems of oden days----------------------------- He made many slaves and children from lightning with his assitant - eye gores help tutoriels But because they was so out of control his monster, he made strict rules, made them have class and school, teach them how to drink water and eat food right how not to choke - play music and talk to each others about each other - wipe your favce off and shit out side - wipe your ass w paper towels -----------------------------as it says---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------"These Rechabites, of the Kenites, as even the late Chronicler remembered, bound themselves to maintain the nomadic ideal of life and the primitive simplicity of Yhwh's religion. This would explain the form of their life as depicted by Jeremiah, and the aid rendered by their ancestor to Jehu. If, however, this view Is correct, they are really much older than Jehonadab, the contemporary of Jehu. Budde supposes that Jehonadab did not originate, but revived or reimposed, the old rule of their brotherhood. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If they were Kenites, how came they in the Northern Kingdom at this time? The Kenites were dwellers on the southern borders of Judah until absorbed by that tribe (see Kenites; comp. I Sam. xxvii. 10, xxx. 29). The explanation is probably to be found in I Chron. ii. 55, which connects Rechabites with Hammath, a town at the hot springs by the Sea of Galilee, a little to the south of Tiberias (comp. Buhl, "Geographie des Alten Palästina," pp, 115, 226). Probably a colony of them settled at this point for a time, and so became residents of the Northern realm. The same reference connects them with Jabez in Judah. It is probable, therefore, that all were of one family. In the time of Nehemiah they were connected with Beth-haccerem, a town near Tekoah, southeast of Bethlehem. Budde (Buddha?)has well shown the importance of the Rechabites for an understanding of the religion of Israel. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Members of a family descended from Hammath, the progenitor of the house of Rechab; otherwise known as the Kenites (I Chron. ii. 55), who were the descendants of Hobab (Jethro), the father-in-law of Moses (Judges iv. 11). In Jeremiah (xxxv.) it is recorded that the prophet took some Rechabites into the Temple and offered them wine to drink, and that they declined on the ground that Jehonadab, son of Rechab, their ancestor, had commanded them not to drink wine or other strong drink, or to live in houses, or to sow seed, or to plant vineyards, and had enjoined them to dwell in tents all their days. Jeremiah used this fidelity of the Rechabites to their principles as an object-lesson in his exhortations to his contemporaries. Jehonadab appears at an earlier point in the Bible as the companion of King Jehu when he slaughtered the prophets of Baal (comp. II Kings x. 15, 23). Jehonadab was apparently a champion of the worship of Yhwh as against that of Baal. After the Exile Malchiah, the Rechabite ruler of the district of Beth-haccerem, built a portion of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh. iii. 14, 15). In I Chron. (ii. 55) it is stated that certain people of Jabez in Judah were "the Kenites that came of Hammath, the father of the house of Rechab." It is clear from these passages that the Rechabites were a people who endeavored to resist the customs of settled life in Palestine by maintaining the nomadic ideal; that they existed at different times in both the Northern and Southern Kingdoms; that they were especially interested in the worship ofYhwh; and that the Chronicler connects them with the Kenites. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------In the Talmud = = = —In Rabbinical Literature: God's promise that the Rechabites "shall not want a man to stand before me forever" (Jer. xxxv. 19) is interpreted by R. Jonathan to mean that they shall become scribes and members of the Sanhedrin. Other rabbis say the Rechabites married their daughters to priests and had grandchildren in the priesthood (Yalḳ., Jer. 323). Jonathan's appears to be the accepted view, as the Rechabites became scribes (I Chron. ii. 55) and sat with the Sanhedrin in the granite chamber ("lishkat ha-gazit"; perhaps the same as the chamber of Hanan) of the Temple. The names of the subdivided families, the Tirathites, the Shemeathites, and the Suchathites (ib.), are appellations indicating their learning and (in the case of the last-named) their custom of living in tents (Mek., Yitro, ii. 60b; Sifre, Num. 78 [ed. Friedmann, p. 20a); Soṭah 11a). R, Nathan remarked that God's covenant with the Rechabites was superior to the covenant with David, inasmuch as David's was conditional (Ps. cxxxii. 12), while that with the Rechabites was without reservation (Mek.,l.c.). The Talmud identifies "ha-yoẓerim" ("the potters"; I Chron. iv. 23) as the Rechabites, because they observed ("she-naẓeru") the commandment of their father (B. B. 91b). Evidently the Talmud had the reading "ha-noẓerim" (="diligent observers") instead of "ha-yoẓerim." This would explain the term "Migdal Noẓerim," the habitation of the Rechabites, in contrast with a "fenced city" (II Kings xvii. 9, xviii. 8). The appellation of "Noẓerim" or "Noẓerites" is perhaps changed from "Nazarites" as indicative of the temperate life of the Rechabites. -----------------------------------In the Second Temple = = = The appointed time for the service of the Rechabites in the Temple was the 7th of Ab (Ta'an. iv. 5). After the destruction of the Second Temple, traces of the Rechabites are found in the pedigree of R. Jose b. Ḥalafta, the author of "Seder 'Olam," who claimed to be a direct descendant of Jehonadab ben Rechab (Gen. R. xcviii. 13). According to Benjamin of Tudela. Judah Löw b. Bezaleel, in his "Neẓaḥ Yisrael" (Prague, 1599), claims that the Jews in China are descended from the Rechabites and that they are referred to in Isa. xlix. 12 ("the land of Sinim"). Benjamin of Tudela (1160) found Rechabites in his travel: "Twenty-one days' journey from Babylon, through the desert of Sheba, or Al-Yemen, from which Mesopotamia lies in a northerly direction, are the abodes of the Jews who are called the Rechabites." He describes them as "an independent tribe. The extent of their land is sixteen days' journey among the northern mountains. They have large and fortified cities, with the capital city of Tema. Their nasi is Rabbi Hanan [a name suggestive of the chamber of Hanan]. The Rechabites make marauding expeditions in distant lands with their allies, the Arabs, who live in the wilderness in tents. The neighboring countries fear the Jews, some of whom cultivate the land, raise cattle, and contribute tithes for the men learned in the Law, for the poor of Palestine, and for the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem, who, except on Sabbaths and holy days, neither eat meat nor drink wine, and who dress in black and live in caves." Benjamin's description of the Rechabites isambiguous, and, the text being unpunctuated, it is difficult to tell when he refers to the Rechabites, when to the Arabs, and when to the mourners of Zion. Probably the tents referred to are those of the Arabs, and the abstention from meat and wine applies to the mourners of Zion. The latter evidently were Karaites, who made frequent pilgrimages to Jerusalem in the tenth and eleventh centuries (See Pilgrimage). The Rechabites were found also by the English missionary Dr. Wolff, in 1828, near Mecca in Arabia. He credits them with the observance of the pure Mosaic law. They speak Arabic and a little Hebrew. They are good horsemen, and number about 60,000. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------so it was written and revealed the end times for the Mansters to read and confuse them till the last tower fell, the process began that year - when Frankenstine would raise an army of the dead golems and take on the forces of farceness - these end times in the end of the age - Azazel the Gene Ra El for creation earth - as all ages must cum to a cull - the Rath/Raith must have rath and be awakend - the Angels are dropping ther hammer - the righteous rachabite's will again and are here to judge the world --------------------------------------------------------Chaneys are Kains - Ken folks - two ball cane - baal kane ---Kaint help it - its designed that way - - - the cull of Judgment day - They are spread all over the planet - all colors and race - ------------------------------------------------And now it came to pass - the seventh seal was broken on a good friday - the beasts and dragon eye Identified the Lamb has sprouted his adult horns and has risen by the cave man The dark man is here - they are the Shining ones he shone - but they drink wine, eat meat and find the ways of the INRI ------------------------- Isious Nazarene Rex Iehuda

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