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Calling upon devine presences hyperphyslcal by sleeiflc nane has been


n a n k i n d r s c o n s l s t e n t v r ' c r s h i p f u L h c m a g ea I l of rec crCed histcr.y, c 1 r e a / + C 0 4B * C ,
tinellne. A pantheon of un--arthly d.elficatlon s e r v e d .a s s l g n e d . c a l l i n g pur-
pcses vrell. P a n t h e i s m p r e v ai l e d , n a m l n g a I 3 - f o r c e s o f n at u r e a s m a g l c a l b e i n g s
g.ot'lrnlng typieal a g r e r l a n b a s e d .s o e i e t a l C a i l y l l f e . n n e d s . Th:se earllest
rl -,, ja .] ! ". ) r?y'tiE rr{ rr ^s+ E - un S u S Q t t e s s e n c . q sw e r e c o n c e l v e d . a g c r e a t i n g the C.stiny of a
nartrntt'!ar
: - " L v + v q 4 e L nlace.
! t AlL omnlpotant splrlts lvere imbued the sole destine propr!-e-
tcry keepers of a narked territcry, bound.aries set j.n stolo, Just as Ham"nurabl
stciealll gave first vrltten ccde of Laws on stela tablets at city lj.mit slgns
entering al,I enplre road.s. BaaI 'nas the graphically ordalned Scdly word in-
Cicatlne eternal ownershlp of llvellhoods for every household.
The word.-nanl-ng
Baal ethnologlca)-Iy xresnsover-Iord, ergo, the grcd-lLf e
clrrar I ' *r4' l ri[n
- r-
o splritually all o v e r C a n a a n / S e m e t e sl a n d s c a p e 3 O 0 O3 . C . l n i y h a t
signif led Anatoria k i n g d o m s" I r T u n e r c u sl o c a l ldois gave reerl-ity tc this theo-
pany l,'hich existed ancng all ancient Senltic/Canaanlte pecples, but an indl*

vidual nbaaL't lnd.eed dlrected each person, warding-of f evll ( tnis averting
apotropalc rltuel personifled. all sacred, hc;ney observances lncorporeal) yet

with a fanj"liar icon image standing guard..

S a a 1 rs s c u l p t e d lmagerS' took golden-ca1f f orm, a brrll typef ying repro-

ductirre fcrees frcn constantly vlvrant nearby "l'lother llatureo'r This z66latry

vras uorshipped with nuch ad.o: f cstivals fulI cf ne.arly nude danolng, sensuallty
TI{TOGEIiTfTaylor 'z/z/z/z

celebrating ",vith publlc fanfare vigor. Baal popularly ref erred tc sny of
s e v e r a l s u c h a n ci e n t 2 6 0 0 B . C o S e r n l t i c / C a n a a n i t e s h r l n e s t o t h e c r o r r d p l e a s i n g
-f ar3
r l lrl .r / 1 r{ r
u v ? l 'rl ao r d - o f - I o r d s r r : f l o c k s b l c s s e d t o p r o d u c e , h e r d s t o t h r 1 v e , a n d
}rr

people with no children to care for then: in cld. age no longer barren. AII

alter rituals w e , r e c b s e r v e d .a n i m a l - b l o o d s a e r l f i c e s t y I e , not merely sj-Ient


preyerg ss today. T h e e v e r m , o r ed j - s c e r : i n g B a a l n e v e r m a o e a d a v n : i n g a p - : e a r -
a n c e p e r s c n a r r y , n i g h t o r d a y a r v ' r a y sr e m a l n i n g i : v i s i b l e .

The visible day tfune v,'orshlpperspiousty r"served. a hcly place fcr BaaI
h i g h a b c v e t h e h o t s u n n y C . - o s e r ts e a n e , b e c o m l n g t h e n a i n f o c u s t o l o o k u p r . r y a r d .
i n r n r h a c ! r r r y o n o e r p r l s t i n e c i s t a n c e w h e n a o d r e s s l n g b e l o v e d -B a a L
L , ! . J
l-ou6ly
f cr f evcrs - the FIeides, taurus celestlal C . o n a i n ' . , ' ; a st h e b u l t heevenly
symbol. BaaL-Zebub by nane beeate a prime lrnnortallzed 1con in naJor Canaanite/
. ?o 'vn {! ',f , !i e
Q a a vn
ei :t r rv J states, soon spelled Beelzebub by 1500 8.C., meanlng peJoratlvely
'rLord-cf-the-tr'Iles'r (BaaI also tcok the nene Ashtaroth, Astarte, Ishtar,
*l rl. t avmi l. l r ace , s, 1, nl ,hrvi. Jc. d i t e , Juno and. Venus), place-nane city Baal-bek in l_ebenon
East
survives tc this day with ancient tenple ruirrs from earllest sun-god Baal,
I{ebrew language uses -olural greiiln€itical inflection'rbaallntr and. also bellttllng
nbashothrr neaning'rshemerr for all BaaI worship whloh lcng ago tn fact vlas
written nBaal-Je-ho-vlc,/yawhevr'r being a personal
honebody augury stewardshlp
reference back then. Heretof ore, Baal/Yawhew had been the nonlnatlve of
acidrass: haren belng rltual C.eclarativel But no ncre, ever-after archetypal

terrionclogl'd"ragistlcally changed Hebrerv custcm as reecrded on ancient liettite


Cu.nieforn teblets. The Judnan prophots prevailed ln reverence, actual refer-

ence ln harsh reeLityragoinst tha now proclalned false-god called BaaI. Sharned

thusly aloud by alI clerics, dpbunked heneeforth t h e v ' r c r dt s a a l , s t a r - c r o s s e d ,

n e v e r a g e i n s p o k e n i n c o n n e ct l o n wi.th Jehcrral ( J^-ho-rtle , the cnly orieinaL


TIIEOGdlrr/rayl e 31)/)/3

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c-ro'l'l incr'l aFt i n t 4v ,- g
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Baal was fcrevarncre perscna non-grata, being a rabbl asserted fraud.

The biblical Book of iudges 9zL-6 comnonly early-cn Canaanite hlstory deseribes
r!Jerubbaal of house-cf -Baal Berety.tr But no longer acceptable nonencleture

:'or expressinl hesrth a:ld personal- nanesl The exod.us cut cf Egypt e irea

1300 B.C. qulckenect aghast ccnvictlon - Brd enrbcldened the nonothelstic

precept araong +"he f leein.3 llebrews thet the nyrlad worshipful lCols there

erected ln larger than llfe-sized. stetues had no supernaturel powers vrhatso-

a\r6y, eftar o11r agalnst the one-true God of the chcsen-feiq people of Cansanc

Onty ?haraoh Sameses (Ra-me-ses) fffrs nighty srny brouEht fear and plight,

f li5,ht actually, nct any angry pursuing Egyptlan cleltles cast in stoneo

The frlghtful nany years, reputed l+85 in nurnber, long after klnsman

Josephr s high ranking government tenwe propounded. lnfLuence exaltlng llebrew

^ ^ n n a' " .nv vtoq nf righteous unlversal truths a v o w e d .i n t h e p a r l a n c e of the dayr llngua

franca, expressed kolne precisely (even larta daughter cf Zaraf scn cf Essau

twln to Jacob haC v;ed Troy clty state Klng Daedanasl she devlseC the nytho-

IoEleaI O r e e k g o d . h e a db a s e c l e x a c t l y upon her truly allve relativesr lnposing

naaes and giving then rnagloal pov'rers, however). Ccnsequently, the Eebrews/

Senites spread thelr rellglcus ldeals everywhere, even borrowing the best logl-

caI ethlcal values cf pcLltlcalLy pov'rerful neighbors. The rescnating portralt

of hegven,/parad.ise as a delightful plaee urith vlstas full of rieh-velley green

gardens far as eye eould see, Elyslan Flel-ds, oasis upon oasls, anld a seerlng

desert sand.y rr,asteland lCea came fron Egyptts B00K 0F TIIE D?AD" And everlast-

ing Jebovah ( je-ho-vic ) , the great pneuma, sits upon a golden throne bigger

rhcn nheranht s lTile-val1ey


V:IJ II seat of power in the mlcdle of lushious f l-ovrering

AII- of Babylon/Assyria and Sgypt embraced this megestic


heaven on earth"
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vlevr cf the after-Iife llvinE ccncli*_j-cns.


Egypt according tc t,he reverended BCOIi lf'T'iIT DIAD had plaeed utcois way
rvr -n v
: rr, rve(r fu
d, r !i nr 1 fuhrrr € elnpyrean as a sky tcrra in si rce 2600 3.C . \ , y h e r ea l l Lnncrtals
reside because firnanent Cog-star Sirius sho'wnbrightest, siEnifying v\rhen
liile rose to flcod, ferttllzing parchec plalns ashcre. gnly pharaoh went to

"happy hun+-lng grcunds'r at f irst, b u t b y Z O t r O: - j . C . a 1 l nu;rnles uvent to evdr_


Iastirg glory-le sd,/afterworld. as ',veIi! or so rc},sl dpcr+ed priesthooC rul.rs
,n'r/nrnv] e
simarl
r q r i , , , . " \ r^v1r € B t i n g vast embalnlng lncustry fcr the tenple treasury building
f und. IIere-ln-to, G o d . s d i ^ r n 1 1 e Ce l e v a t e o beyond PLeld as/Taurus ecnstellati3n,
the bullard anlmism anong ihe seven stars, sevanth heaven betwixt as lt l,iere
desiSr:.aticn: l{aia, lllectra, Taygela, AIcyeon, Celaeno, steiope anC l,teroga
(alI these stars named f cr seven daughters of Tltan :rtlas that hlnesick {juesn
Larta daughtcr cf ?"atat verballzed. intc n;,,thclogty fcr Greek eulture as tolC ln
EIDA by ianchcnlathan) , 0hr Ies, T I l c h ' - n /J e - h o - v l c , a l I - s e o i n E et.rnal- Juiae,
had dcmlclle alry ether tralhalla locaticn on j.llustrous Aleyecn.,vhich is
brigh+,est cf the seven stars that takes el-evcn Cays f :lr prayers to roach golden
+-hrcne residence and cf ecurge sa,netlme-ILne to rc,t,urn anslered nlrvana godly
PraYer!
The j-nf lnlte Lord. Gcd.?
s c c m a l n b e g r . i . n sw i t h eelestial heaven ovFr head,
mortal earth being in the niddle lo.:a Ie, a n d . d e e p - d o v ; n u n 6e r w o r l C / h a d e s / h e 1 l
sulf eri:lg eternal d a n n a t i o n ' u v h e r el i a t a n / - q e e l z e b u b ( B a a I - j e - h o - v l c ) reserved
hereafter a reign cf terror. Thls hellish penarty layered ab;,ss/abode on the
w a y t o a C c o m e db
. ottcml-'ss Fit, call-ed gehenna by soine, is best.desc:rj.b.d
grar?hicelly Cetalled unlinlted a n g , r u i s hi n t h e s a r C o n l c D a n t e n l i g h l e r i r s
D r r ' r r l : 3 c c i ' ' l t ' 1 1a' r l r g c r y . Dantet s lengthy ,.ihristian pcen elrca L3Lg A.D. revears
eeeh sinner gettin,r ;ust-Ceserts, lnured, or duly reaped punlsh-nent aecording
tTlJOcOl{Y
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to type of lnfracticn; t h e e l l o t t e d . r : . i s e r y i 4 r o r s e n e df a r t h e r the Cescent to the


€reat egressrs lower depths, fcreverncre, cruelly painful tcrnent (Iucky souls
g o t s u s p e n d e dl n e n d L e s s l _ i m b c ) l E a c h l e v e l w a s a n u l t i m a t e t e r r : i n u s ,
chamber
of hcrrors, perpetui-ty. This sadlstlc bocy cf )-lterary wcrk zeaLously penned
e t o r n a l c o n s e q u e n c t r sa g a l n s t b a C e t h l c a l c h o i c e s n a d e h n r e o n e a r t h ( C n r i s t l e n

culture currently portrays IIeII-fj-re-dannatlcn c a s t l g a t i o n v u o r d . - f o r - w c r df r c n


D a n t e rs p r c t o t y p e ; s u c h - a n c - s u c h f e a r - m o n E i e r i n g ,o r d e r l n g , n a n e u v e r l n g , s v r a y e d
organlzed relLglousity t h e n - a n d - a g a l n , t 1 1 1 n o w )o D a n t e p l c t u r e d L u eL f e r /
Devil/Satanr s capltol P a n d e n o n l u nC l t y a s p u n l t l v e a g o n y f o r a i i n i t l e s s ttne;
thls lronic satlre deiineated the Ronen Cathollc Church rift, hlerachy felllng-
cut actlvely h a v i n g t v l o s i r , r u L t a n e o u sp o p e s , D a n t e f e a t u r e C r e t a l l a t o r y
s o cL e t a l m i n u t l a e l n t e n s e l y l n n e r - p e r s c n a l - , n a m l n g n a m e so f e a e h r o l i - e i o u s
p e r s o n a g e j . n r r o l v e d 3a n o e u v r e , a g e l e s s v l s i - o n a r y , h o t l y d o n e .

Personarizatlon continualry vlsuarlzed the gcdhead prcsence from the


e a r l i e s t t l n e o f a b o r l ; l l n a l B a a I u n t l l b y t o O O j l . Co t h e " I l e a v e n l y H o s t " w as
r l o-aul aro d= i a L lfu
u n nu p r , e l
r igious crcer by wisest cf aiI klngs, Scloron, f urth"r a n n c u n ci n g
earth as middle klngdcr between seventh heaven i:nd und.erwcrld chasn vrhcre

satan/leeizebub, th: ol*.n tirrres 3aa1-je-hc-vic/yavrher,v panopry rcsided.! Then,


ncr3 sublime changes influeni:ed stellar thoughts',,,'henKirrg Josiah of Jur1ea
reign 5)9-6C8 B.C. off icia)-ly mandated status quo paradLse/Zlon/Abrahamr s

bosom, kceper ' , ' u hr e


of aII lauC.able souls, " j " - h o - v l c / J e h o v a h " n c ' , ?p e r n a n e n t l y
e
ll-ie'l as creatcr for all namec peoples pncountered curlng their ncnacic years.

?he naming process f cr tiie ]iebrewst s almlghty roasternincl became the

-"upernaI senictics referenced tetra€ammaton, letterine Y lll, alsc -viTit-


'' je-hc-vi-c".
ten S u c h b r e r l i t g r m e a g e r s _ . . r e l 1 i n g ,: e n d e r e o t h e l n e f f a b l e pr1-

nordlal named gcd pictcrially J H V I{ ln llebrew scripture: soon to under-


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60 furthsranoc grapbmc senatical change by the serlbes. Thus, Jehovah, 8.k.&.


"tre-ho-vie't facsl-mlle becane'fa-co-n-a1/Adona1" symbol for the spoken splritual
nane, neaninfl "my lord-'t personage ti.tle-of -ad.d.ress, f inatly lnto prayers ad-
dressable heblt; but s c m e t l - m e s s al c 1 I l l o h l n lnstead of rfyahavah" ( ah, ,rhovahn
neanLnE "he ls" vrhich devclved the vernacular *The Great f Am,)l
Tllohlm/lf ah,,ehf
Yahaveh additicnalry i n d l c e r , e s z e u s / f , o v e o r r : o r p h e r o er a = ; s h r . h / t r u p i t e r (z,eus
spawns prJ-mary Sagg/Sig/Sitigie or yegg/Zagg). Zeus/Baal_yehweh s*nsate arehe_
t]'pe polnts-out the father-god or Bel/3aaI prlmitive anima/aninism" zeus llt-
erally slgnif les primeval 'tenthroned-breathe-of -llf
e'? aninLal-attractlon, begln-
n{nr: 'q\prn't*i avnrf e " ' t ! v l n d - b l o l d n g - s p a r k r I givlng lnceptive vigoroso func tloning
sensorlal grot'vth- All- of whLch senscrlum verbatinr text was realLy an erroneous
utterlng that becane a llngulstic-enalysls, speelf lcally s e . n i a t t c - d i ff p r e n t l a l r
f r c m t h e o r l - g i - n a l o l d e n d a y s l l e b r e v ' rp h c n e n e " 3 a a I - j e - h o - v l c / y a h 1 r e h " p a n n i x l a
( pureLy senaatics distinction, notv;ithstaadlng)
"
fn realtty, the old-Ilne ( t y g c n e ) t e r s e t e t r . a g a m m a t c nt r u l y trar:.sllterates
d.efacto seriptive as follovrs; v,/J
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Chapter If

GOD' S GINMSIS G]TTTS tr'OR ADA},fIS 11T\TESI


S OTIS?F.I}TGs

The name Jehoveh was flrst spoken by the wlfe cf :lidam. The brief letterec

tetraganmaton Ylr g V H actuaily initlally s u n - n : c n e dL.o r d - C ' c C B a a I - J e - h o - v L e /

yawhew by LiIi.thlLtIIy, the f irst ivif e to Aden. l,ilith/til-ly/tlIIiput hac

breathe-of-life exactl.'/ s3'0e moment as -iidam,both cut of clayloust red colored.

a t g i . r f. O c t c b e r 2 6 , 4 O O 4 3 . C " a p p r c p r l a t e l y d,one autunnal equinox Harvest

J ' f o o nf e s t i v a l tinetable, G o s p e 1 B o o k o f S p L q i ) ; ) C Rc h r o n i - c L e s L i l i t h r s nratchlng

lmportance to husband reo-haired idarn, with Y/r H V lir s Jcyous pride expres-

a { n a >a LrlrV'.}J -rt{r1i n


> J--ir) rc
ia his own unlque lmage lrulortaIl zed ln t}rem, requlrlng a11 heavenly

h o n o r s b e s t o ' , r r e d :c e l e s t i a l hie,rachy lowest to highest nlne (9) orders - ansels,

archangels, prlncipallties, powers, virtues, dornlr^icns, thrcnes, cherublm and

the six (5) lvinged seraphlms each bovrlng !n the naked pairrs presence, general-

Iy katovling. llIlth I'ranted nore, corliaanding rnuch Jlore. he crled-out lcud

to y Ii 1/ H, saying the unutterable norphemes, but not ln unspeakable avre.

Litlth attracted. the 'tf irst-cause" e s s e n e e/ e s s e " h a n d y - h o o k j r t o o s a c r e d ' , / g o d I y

f or words to be used s h e e v o k e d . , l - n v o k e d , c c n v o k e C . o' e o n J u r e d , a l a s " The

lord Yahweh/Eloihrn personally arrlved ansviering the plalnti're pIea. I,llith

insisted upon equivaletcg r l r i r : r e d . l a t e t y g a i n e d e n d o ' , r r n e n tp c v J e r s t c f l y heaven-

. , n a r . ia n r r t i , r e r n ^ n m n r r t h in s t h e
JYqIU atlJ/ V!-lrE UUVrI l[v*vr.4^.Q tettagennaton graphene senetical d.lff erentlal-

E iI Hr?text, procuring spellbindlng mystlc isr:


s p e ci f i c to-the-Ietters "Y

S h e s e c u r e d ^n a g i c a l parj-ty presto out of the'rGarden-Tdenrf


incantaticn"
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or
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rf n e
l o rrr t
arY
t tr
, rn rul nu . u b oj u- n b o p a r e l l e l p o l , r e r sv e r b o t e n , l n s o f B r h e r e a f t e r t o d e a r
1111thrs every ,rhin.

But llrith was verlly pursued streightaway by guardian angel hosts


who
cause 100 of her children to dj.e eacir day non-stop/cn-golng,
even now (although
s h e b l r t h s t h o u s a n d s e a c h n d . e a d - o-fn l q h t n c o p u l . a t i n g s e s s i o n s / e n c
ounters ) .
rilith/Ll1ly/I-llliput b e e o m e sh u n t e d / h a u n t e d , a h a i n t c r e a t u r e - u n c e r c o v e r - o f -
unr rs r kAn !orq?c o D
d (
r aa s c r e e e h ovll ncther-of -demcns ment j.oned ln Isalah 34: I/+. And, nen
sleeplng alone, restless every eventide .rrce-hours, mat.e dreaningly
seductive
wlth this preylng banshee entrancing n!-ghtmare (eacir habltual coupltng event
wcrld-lvide explains noctural emlssicns fron the ageless parable accorded.ln
record k e e p l n g S u * n m e r i e nt e x t s ) .

Adan and LlIith/LiIIyt s recori.ed textbook example rerrealed a deta iled


yf lrT .vP- E
- trrj 'r1rl:4ni -aanr t u .i rn-ni {avsn yf iuni u
n! r Lh rnrn/ rr.rri!r, r,rrnL l , i u . , fj r ur l!'Il ^ +l
O bOWlng-and-SCf g:laltgtiOn
aping ff Cn

aII astral- l;nmortals caused.angellc p.ebell_ion


J e e l o u s y r B 1 1a f f r c n t to God.
soon followed mlsdeeds und.er Ieadershtp by best loved of aIl angels, Baal-Zebub/
BeelzebuU/Siraitan/Satanr&;iephlstopheles. Satan ref used honage, def erenc e, in-
tolerance to any belng forned after hin should. not have greater emlnence GOE-
ferro'dilupon their lowly soiled dusty/clay red origins (no lonser most beroved
was he). Thusr venfleance and iurbulerrt anarchy eaused. trcubte-in-paradl-se,
a fall-1'ron-grace, that shook heavenrs gates ulCe open thereupon unsettled 1n

this telling Cabalistic ''n'rltten encient


Ii+.erary tale about klngdon-of-God
transgresslons. These dual creatlon acccunts tbrlve u p o n t r r y os t o r l e d view-
pclnts, tell-ta1e lnf crning G c d rs l n a u g u r a l an.gry enoticnal or.itburst, turnlng
qulekly back lnto divine lcving-kindness: ACamIiteraIly "let-off-the-hookrn
I1-ving !10 years, alI f crgiven.
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The forgivlng J H v H J e h o v a h / y a h r . r y e hd l v l n e l y deslgns yet another

" p l e c e - c f - t t r o r k ' f i n + . o a c c m p l a i n t m a t e s u b p l a n t e c t o u t c f a c q u l t t e d A d a m rs r l b ,
namlngEve, nother of humanklnC. The hlnt of lurklng troubles lntolerable
e v e r i n o r e b e c a m e i n p l a n t e d s u b c o n s c i o u s l ; 1 , a p s y e h e - g e n e t i c - m e m o r yl m p r i n t e d
1d roentel aberrant. ? h e s e d r a n a t l c ' t g o o C - a n d - b a /de v i l t t supernal vrarrlng fac-
tlons elashlng conflict withln celestlal confines cf aII halLowed places gave
p r e e e C . e n ta l l the way down to earthly eest of Eden empires. An everlastlng
dlaboLlcaL exanple set the terre-fj-rna stage la motion, showing the nodlsh teeh-
nlque for ccmbatlve coce-of-behavior/conduct: craftlng a vlllalnous protocol
lnto battle contests. CelestlaL entities t h e m s e l v e s t r g o o d v. e r s u s e v l l " pre-
sented the standard styIe, s o u l b a r e d . , e x p o s e d .r e a l l t y revelatlons rlpped
a p a r t u t o p l a : t ff a l l e n - o n e s ' r a d i n f i n i t u n .

This ripplng reallstic T l t a n b a s e d .y a r n g o t r e - t o l d , conpletely modernl-


.z =
a Aw . J{ -nu
i n. , ( ra
a nu !u
r 'p C & t e d d o W n - t o - e a r t h
hurnan verslon, r , v h e nQ u e e n L a r t a of Troy artlc-
ulated 1485 3.C. this Lillth caused" catastrophe tenplet as a lJount Olympus root-
ed gcdhead genealogy for the whole Greek culture. The Greco otherwortd.Iy del-
tles displayed human traits, toylng wlth humanity emotlons such as consortlng
vuith cholce earthll-ngs. CoevaI reallty gave basls f or a I1 the troubies told
boldly, Lnsertlng the orlglnal ILtan/LLIlth,/.rehovah hlerachy. l 1 o b 1 ea l l e g o r l s t
Iearned. all theologlcal lessons vrell indeed: truth bound parchnents preserved

the Hellenistie legacy (TffaA f185 B.C, Troy battle, tolC by b1inC. stcry-te1lers

called homeroi/Honer nomenallsm, slmple appelatlon applied. to handlcappted. real


pers on, author L , l a e o n l d . e, s n a t i v e o f l , f a e o n i a/ t y d i a ) . IncreaseC truthf ulness

a b c u n d . e dp r e c l s e l y from the Book of Enoch, a banned codex: Giants on earth

resulting breed from wayvrardAngeIs srcssing the noral }lne, Iustlng after

daughters of nanklnd leavlng bastard issue globe-trotting, ex-post-facto,


TEH0Gelif/TavLor
r o / L a/ L A

jn,n,^vn ru. ara.it i:nsr r , r r i r w : t h r c ) ' a l easterly Sdenic wonenf ltrephllin/hybrid off spring,
Tne truly elive nixedlmestizo Giantst s chiliren !rol-ifereted tc this
day llving all over the planet. Charns and enchantment arts taught op.enly
b"v current desc:nCailts r t-hcir ,vitchcraf t /noio tha ponular reFel fhe orip.inal
fall- cf the anEels as splrltual beings resultad froin J II y Hr s owri hubrls
- ' v s u r - - r - i u f:htri .;r s r e f I e c t i v e
?61'ltr{rind
lnage-l1keness Adan/Llf ith belrrg hcrored above hls
nyriac ccmpanionscr?at.'d an eon/epoch/erafaeon age prior. The peneplain
qnof
ln,] r q ' J . i ' u o' da rr* l r u r . ru p o n h u m a n a d v e n t v l a s a l r e a d y six bitl-icn years aged. The ever-
expanC.ing unlverse . , , J e st h r e e . t i , n e s o r T o r e t h a t
earthcn data nona€e. Even
earllest rife-form J H T H/Jei:cvahrs venerabre rongevity 1s ageless/a ycane/
nanoId., lpso-faeto, aeonlan/everlgsting in datunr nature /Lnner-fcrce. Undeter-
nined anci-ent oldness applles tc aIt heaveniy hierachy staff attending Lord
Yahvreh- Yet never enough measured timely focus can catch-up learned. opportune
experi-onces to outwit much o1der father-figure Jehovah. Affecti"onate adnl-
ration soeiety nodus operanCl llept all the perscnally molded/crafted appointed
attendants happlly graclcus/closely knlt wlthln celestial city quarters. rn-
orcinate pleasure prevailed l n h j - s b r a j - n c hi . L d / a I t e r - e € ; o s p e c i e s / b r o c d always
ascenCancy being an inceritlve drlve harmonously lmpe1ling every notlvatLon
thrcu6hout Arcad ia/ pLe-in-the-sky homeland.. Infinite Icve ',{as the driving
force beiiind etr"ry insplred ac*,ion, to give free-will a chance to nake best
d.ecisicn for effectlrre choices resultl_rrg in dignified. s e n s e o f ' , , r h a t1 s r i g h t .
The nultitudinous ecnpanlonable confederates earry out godly orcers: serve as
,T.essen;rars,of tcn suJprisi;ig pcrte nts f or hunans.

surprise of surprlses to the utnost: tr H Y H / J e h o ' r e 1 / Y a h l ' ; e dn e e d s


TlIl0Ggii-Y/Ta5rIor LL/fi/IL

o ^ n ^ m n q n ir r c + s s i s t a n t s / a i d e - d e - c a n p appointed
I . 4 ] l t ) r
to help run the vast universel
Jehoveh in extreme cases/dlre-enierffency-needs doles c u t - i , . r c r ko r d e l s , asslg;ning
duties f c r s p e ci a l f orces/;obbers/routers v , i l : e nf a t e l d e s t i n ; r / l c l s n : i / e s s e n t i a l s
perslst. Y a h v ' t e hst c r e e t i v e inpulse/seIf-deternlnat j - c n b y n a ; T r eA f f l e t u s gct
the eternal job done fast wherever needful. The 1:rlmary/opus/senlna1 occu-
patlonal totlers were ftttinp.:ly Cesignated. e.i)t epithet'fthe Aeons cabaL/cLique,/
teen.rr The skill-ful coalltlon workfcrce'tAeons[ enanated from Supreme-Belng
intense thouqhts;dlan vltal concentration to perforn varlous perplexing func-
tlons Ln problenatic operatlons fron-begtnning-to-the-end of the im.nensurabLe/
boundless universe, wrought Ilke sidekicks in tandem for the greater gcod,/pur-
pose/goat/ain/Ulueprint of aIl ccnceived circumstances. These allled associate
vrorkbrlttle Iaborers /aut'ornatons/Aeons, ageless nollers, never rested (sk1Il ed/
ur]. t e
a i q !eu
n /uo rr q
' vf fi' o ' usile[ po] scaLe hourly ','€ge per shift would be required by union-
card standards in updated bibllcal verslons reveallng a 'rjust god" ).
Aeons/lfflatus have close primordial vintage to Jehovah/yahweh, both re-
ferreC to as aeonlan/evetLasting u n n u m b e r e d .b i r t h d a y s too numerous to be
eounted.. Gnostlcism Cefines Afflatus "full- of breathlng-on/exhale nental force,
lnparting compelllng perceptlcn f r o m d e e p . ' r , ' j - t h i ni n n e r - t h o u E h t s t o p r o p e l

desired results.* Aecns/aecnlan (everLasting) spring forth/borne from strong


aetlon prone thinking processeso Aeons enbcd3' action-packed" consum.qlation/
enhi o''omanrc ,.r vu
' easl-Iy seen physical obJects, lrrhile Af fiatus 1s an eiry mood-
alteri.ng co,npulsion that eauses Ldeas,/plans f or ccncrete /naterial outeornes.

These twin helpers preeeeCed the celestlal nine hierechies by uncounted years.

The nlne orrlers /angelology Iikewise total unccuntable calen,Car record


TiIgOCStlY/TayI cr L2/t2/tz/n

keeplng nunerals. Patriarchal Yahrvetu


r n e sn e v e r a l o n e i n t h e n u l t l p l y i n g
unlverse. C o h o r t s J u s t J u r n p e do u t h i s h ea d y / e x h i l e r a t i n g mind.-set iihen
tlroughtful/so11tary, The solltude p r o d . u c e dp" e r c l u r a b l e / e n d u r i n g m l n j . s t e r i n g
splrlts designating the top status angels:
(1) , s e r a p h i m sh o v e r l n g / o b s e r v i n g a b o v e G o d ts t i r o n e , canonlcaL Book
of Isaih 6:I. T a c h u n o - n u m e r oa n g e l h a d s l x w i n g s ( a b o v e , b e l o w
and cn each side), Ilke helleopter blades vraverlng to proteet
lew and order;

l2) S e c o n d e c h e l c n C h e r u b l mg r a d . a t i o n s a r e p l c t u r e d a s a r c s y c h e e k e d
ch1Id, rejolcing i n g r d l y g r e c e , a s a g o o C .e x a m p l e ;
( 3) Third Thrones are rank-and-fil.e keepers of cerenony dignLfing all

etlquetter addressin€:every plea tc the throne ehalr (prayers


today pass through the Thronesr Jurlsdlctton);
(4) Fourth stratum Domlnions control sol,erelgn authority by having
d cn l n a tl o n o ve r vrh o appr oaches the thr oner plus vr ho has r l ehts
+ " ot c v e r n f i x e d - s e t t l e d . a r e a s o f t h e u n i v e r s e ;

(5) T'lf th nrld-level Virtues a n n o u n c en e s s e n g € r s c o n i n g t o t h e t h r o n e

dals and exhibit on d.isplay gifts to God (the Thrones sect place
presentatlons on the ralsed pLatform); the Vlrtues proclain to

God Al-rilghty the fuII gestures of mcral excellanee/goodness/

riehtenousness and ccnfornit}r to protocol advancedby each


petltloner a s k l n g f o r J e h o v a h ts g r a e e / d i v i n e a s s i s t a n c e / p r l v l - I e d g e ;
( 6) qlxth positloned Powers hold abillty to accompllsh quick results
throu6;hout the universel they are !n charge of prediction/foretold
T:l9OGOi.XrlTaylor 17/1?/12

e v e n t s a : r d .p r e d e s t i n a t i o n f or the elect/saved souls;


(7) Prinelpallties, seventh divislon, have supramundane pol{ers ',vhich
encompass the natural world. places on earthly land (no 6!an/verve./

authority/controI, though, over water/delug--d, expanse) I their

terrestlal c c n m a n d/ l n f l u e n c e / s v m y o f t e n 1 n c o n f l l e t r,uith Lord


God.Jehovah/Yahweh (trrey sonetlnes full of thenselves, self-gLory/
puffed-up lnportance), Ephesians 6tLZ.
(I ) Archangel-s epltenlze the f lrst ohaln-of-oommand./pecklng-order,/bossl

nanager/chieftaln/supervisors fuIly embodying the quaLltles of


b e g i n n l n g r u I e , / g o v e r n i n g l / s u p r e r n a c /ym a s t e r c . c m . Exact ecunt never

4irren fcr these superlntendents or any cf the nine orders thought-


up vla deep coneentration long befcre nortals crested fourth mll-
lennlum b ibllca I chrcnology /B.C .

(9) Angels, without a nere titIe, have an entry nadtr/bottom/towest-

caste standing service cuty, dellvering messafles from Jehovah;

they are the go-between i:umankind and Yahv,'eh. These messengers

do not have other duties. H u m a n s n e v e r s e e t h e f a e e c f G o d "u n t i l

the scul is spirlted. array, ascendlng, out cf the bcdy at death

ra tt1-. f lna lity .

?he human soul, splritual afterlife state, is o n l y r / I a ya m o r t a l wlII ever

face alniqhty God/Jehcveh, The salnted senses/soul or aer"ial awareness ls the


d i s e m b o rIl e r - l s p i r i t , / e t e r n a l - l i f
4 ' l q v t e-f crce rising qulckly fronr the aead. body. Prin-

clple-of-}lfe best describes the eterrial ccnsciousness. The splritual being of


fimOc0t{Y/Taylor L:+/It*/IL

t h e v r i n g e Ca
' ngels betoken/si-gnifies en incorporeal bodlless sacreC existence

as a soul, then beconing ethereal/airy breeze only: no form or mass at aI1.


Safe-guard serving angels constantly stand.alert at heavenrs gates, screenln6g
va qun vh * vn qs' lal ! rn uq Aq, u o b y n a m e u p o n Y a h w e h , / J e h o v a h (acceptlng ascendeC souls excluslve-
ly), to avold same-kind like-the-first begulling lllithllilly/t,itttput enchant-
ress debacle ever happenlng again, Thenceforth, Ilolhm lvould pay-no-never-
m ind' t o a n y l n d l vi d u a l - l l vl n g th i ng gainlng lnflnlte power s thr ough a bl atl on
or spell-bound trlckery c h a r m s t h a t o n c e s t o l e n r a g i c/ n a g L c k / o m n l s c i e n t p o t e n c y
fron hls body, soIel-y by saylng hls proper-flr-st-person nominalls tetragam-
natcn Y/d H Y H. Iio repeat offencers f ilith/BeaI-Zebub/faIIen angets or
3 ny an ? v / p e r s o n a s su rp ri se d /f co l ed. ?he Gr eat I - An/' thandy- hook' r 7tod.- hc - r av - hoh.
E a s y a c c e s s a t n o t i n e u n c e r a n y c c n c j - t j - o r : sa l l c w e d t o s _ o e a ku n a n n o u n c e dp e r -
q T n r ' l' ' rl r { - n + h e .u n i v e r s a l c r e a t o r J e h o v a h .
VV UII
T h e n r l . n e r o u sh o l y } T i n e O r d e r s k e e p
the buf fer zcne betvteen supreme throne and 't3ree-\'iillrt c or.tenders Ceep-end
secur4, infinltlum, fcrthwith.
CI{AT,?3}I III

GiIDLY F,ilCS;1iiG1P.
S ltfi Dij, TORS :

clloslN Asc:4TIC5 AS i"C:.TAl yf,i)iiT;r]?r'ic1 slTi:.llliic i{cLY vF.ITls:i0;i:D :ii0ilD

Archangels aoccrpany alnigirty i.ord. Je ho vic/Yahweh every earthl-y appearanee

sj-nce the 111Iith/Fallen Angels neL{e. }1o "Free-'ilill'r conten:lers ever again
a l l o w e d t o b e s i e a e / s e e f a c e - t o - f e . c e T , o r d G o d Y a h r , y e ho r e v e n c a l l unannounced
d e c o r u n / p r o t o c o l h i s t e t r a g a n : m a t o nY F H V tllyoa-ne-vav-heh naraedirectly

l n h i s s u b l l n e p r e s e n s e t o s t e a l n o m o r e n a g l c a l I I o I y G h c s t p o ' / / e r sf r o n h l s
' r a a ' r " m } . ^n r t n e
|J\rUJ. J-Illt ! 1 1! , HoIy AngeI Orders keep peaceful l{agiography (w"ritlnes of }'icses
a n C p r o p h a t s ) s u p r e m e l y s e 3 u - r ea t t h e s e v e n t h h e a v e n l y A l c y e c n t h r o n e - C i a s

hc,nebase lncessantl-y (tttt-nelI-freezes-over no easy adnittance again) !

S e v e n a r c h a n g e l s / n e s s e n € ; ? r sg a t c i t e d / p r o c l a i , r : e C b y s p e c i f i c nene as
pref erred courtiers/attendants/chanberlains. . r , 'ci ih a e l a n C G a b r l e l are the two

nost f avored, frequently n e n t i o n e d . , a r c h a n g e l s f r o n t h e s e eo n d . - l o v r e s t e c h e l o n

angelolcgy orders. Soth envoy j.nrmortalsprofile pronlnent dispatcher rcles to

aII newly created. earthly mortals whcse lnexp+rienced. norals and ethics ob-

v i c u s l y n e e d .c e l - e s t i a l g u i d . a n c e . C a l n / L a n c e w a s t h e f i r s t socletel sentencing

cese to comebefore heavenly fatherfs courtly JuCgement.


C a i n f s b a se l e ve l - h u ma n i ty f r at Lty /t lar ,vs allc' uved.Jealousy,/ang,et to Ias h

out, kitllng hls brother Abet/Favored One. , fe h o v a h / Y a h r . n r pe lha c e d " t h e n a r k o f

Cain?' on his f orehead to save hls llf e, hind ering others f rorn revenge, lndlcat-

in g ' r w h o e v e r si e rr C a i n l vo u l d b e sevenf old. tines seveatytt ln tur n puni s i :ed. T he

d
\ / \ "e
. t /n
i reeatlns t e r " m t t r a i s i n p C a i n s f c r a c h i l d r s b a d b e h a v L c r h e n c e fo r t h v r a s

punitive danage control encugh, saith the lord Jehovah. Cain inCeedy llved

rnanv snnrhor^ day, slring


-ljg rlJ q ll v vIl -,t scn Enoch for rvhon he founcjed a city bullt ln special

honor" !lnoch had.Iraa, b e g a t l , " e - c h a - J a - e I , h a d .1 ; 1-et h - u s - a - € 1 , had tra-me-ch,


TTI{0GOIIY
/TayLor L6/L6/L6

h a d "J a b a l / a s t r e a n a n d J u b a l / s t r e a n ( J u b a I l n v e n t e d . m u s i . c a l -i n s t r u n e n t s plpes/
organ and harp while Jaba1 Cevised tents useful aII over the xerlc/d.esert
Iandscape). The crini-nal Calnr s descendants reCeened self v,rith elf t of nusical
rra-iarrr onhqncenent to make still-arlve
r e + ! , e J v l f l r r t
l i d a n ra n d r v e p r o u d ( c a t n a b s o l v e d ./ e x -
o a e r a t e d ,/ p u " d c n e d v l a G o d , l y g r e c e ) .

Adam anC Eve alackaday had firore children, birth Seth/Sheth meanirrgsub-
stituted.,/appointed o S e t h v , ' a sa J o y t o h i s p a r e n t s , f o r e b e a r s o f J u d a a n l l n e -
e€!e. The next trine generati-ons continually d . e p e n d e du.p o n a l r n i g h t y J e h o v a h /

. v a h w e h . l { o a h,A 'Io e'vva sa ve ry l ndustr ious, enter pr i- sing lndivldual,


I t I o a h / N o ev , ' e sk l n g o f t h e c l t y - s t a t e Shuroppah, a seaport for shipplng his
s l l k r o a C c a r a v a n s a n c s p l c e t r a d , e r o u t e s g o o d . s . I l o a h ts s e m l t e s f e l 1 o w i l t o r -

c h a n t s h a d "a t r a d l n g n e t w o r k d . u b b e dl.' l l : e e l - o f - C a n a a n . ? h i s t r a d e c c n s o r t i u n
spread. the word.y ldeas/ideals o f o o e - g o d . / m o n o t h e l s nJ e - h o - v a - v i c / Y I{ V H
bellefs anld. distant cultures ful-I of nunercus gcdheaddeltieso
l d o a h rs t r u e - b e l l e v e r i d e a s g a i n e d J e h o v a h ts c l o s e a t t e n t l o n s . I,,Iessengers
cane to instruct N o a h rs d l v i n e c a l - l i n g : a n g e l s b r c u g h t t n e s p e c l f l c a t l o n s to
bulld a super-slzeil boat/shlp to rid the vrorld of lnrickedness. Took 120 years

to construct the super-Ilner ship ealled The Ark" Iloah was 601 years aged.when
the sea ready craft was conpleted., His wlfe Tltea helped stock provlsLons, ln-
a
v ! 'ulurrrl rreri i n a tu.l tJ rl ,a un f each klnd animals tO SurVive the DeIUge/fLOOd.,

Ilcah after t h e f l o o d / C e l u g e b e c a n r eo r i g l n a t o r cf vine/vj-neyard"culture

a n d cc n s e q u e n tl y o f ','l h o l e ,,,ri n enr aklng ar t. The Ar k had land,ed atop l " fount

ararat L6rg48 feet hlgh in Armenla. That vista s p o t ' , ' r a s ' w h e r el l o a h d i v i d e d

w h o l e w o r l C d . o m a i na n o n g s t h l s t h r e e f a v o r e d . s o n s z v L z , t o S h e n 'h e g a v e A s i a

, v i t h l n E u p h r a t e s t o t h e I n C . i a n 0 c e a n ; t o H a mh e g a v e : i s s a y r t a / S y r l a , A r a b l a
'uphrates , to8ether v'lith
e n r t A f r l i e ar a n d t o J a p h e t t h e r e s t c f ; \ s i a b e y o n d t h e
u rlu -aI

gurcpe eno part of irsia)'


A u r o p e t o G a d . e/sC a a I z ( i a p h e t h a d L 5 s c n s t o d ' i v l d e
Tllroccl;y/Taylor I ,,* rr

3ut lloah had a fourth son, Bith, a b a n d o n e d .t i : e o o e t r . u e - g o d j e h o v a h f o : .


I
an id,ol. T h e b a n i s h e d B i t h h a d "a C a u e h t e r C e a s a l r . Their idot tcld /f cretold,
I
then tc bitlld ship for deluge as well but diX not glve the exact date, Ceasair
I
h a d .a c o l o n y o f f i f t y : i ' r c r . e n a n d "t i r r e e n e n - f r i e n d s n a m e d .L a d . h r a a n d . F i n t a n , , v i t h
I
her dad Bith raklng up the third inale. Their boat srirvived the flood/aeluee,
I
lald.ing near Bantry, eounty Cork ln Ireland today. l , a C h r a t o c k r , v o m e3na 1 v a
alann rrri*h 16 other wonen to place he nanec Arc-tadhra whare years I
e ! vrr6 tv 4 914 I9
later he
I
died having fl-rst funeral ever reccrded ln lreland. Iiloahts son Bith took IaAy I
Barran and 17 wonen. ceasair years afterwarc died" of a broken heart at cara
Ceasalr cn banks of R.tver BoyLe ln Connaughlrfreland. And the thlrd. nraLe ]
Fintan llved at Teart Fintaln/"!'intanrs Grave'r with remainder of the tvonen
I
rf rr. n un r : (tLh or r r =)q vn u
^ oloay f enales. A very lcng lif e lay ahead f or Fintan, surviving I
f r c n 2 3 1 + 8B , C , l v h e n t h e f l o o d / d e l u g e e n d . e du n t l l the slxth century of the
Christian era d.lspensation 586 A.D, total a g e 2 9 3 l +y e a r s t Lloah lived l/e! years
after the de).uge, belng 950 birthd.ays.

0lden records/chronlc les exlst ln lrel-and as place called. ogy-EIa/most


ain { anilI or'A ccntinuous culture
s:rvsula v -sllu t fronr earllest remote tlmes, }Tlleslus ruled
Spaln and.Portugal ln L750 3.C. and three of his Lj sons ruled. lllbernia/Ire-
land/Og}'-gla. l{lleslus t s ) 6 g e n e r a t i o n s f r o m A d a n ro n d e t a l l e C c h a r t s f o r
f lv e t h o u s a n C su rn a sre s u se d n o r r u 1n Tr eland.. The fir st par liam ent l n the
wcrlo began ln Ireland L)L7 3.C. till L Z S 9A . D . This ancient parlianent called
F e l s T e a m h r a c ho f T a r a n r e t f i r s t of licvernber tc make laws: ref orra abuses, r€-

vise genealogies for all clans and chrcnlcle all events of the day (tlochaidh

r e l g n e d a s } c l n g L 3 L 7 B . C . r , v h e nf e l s T e a n r h r a c ho f T a r a i n i t l a t e d ) . Lriilesiust s

son Ir gavs Ireland the namecurrently used.


TfmOcONY/Ta;,16" lrrrrrrl

Irish clrronicles provlde nunercus tid-blts of collateral lnfo about rvorfd


I
e v e n t s ( t i i e F O i i PI.' f A S T E ReSn t i t l e nuch of the ancient manuscrlpts - adding
I
that Ceasairr s heart broke when husband.lconscrt Flntan, b e c o n l n g a l a r m . e da
,t
I
prospect left ln hls charge upon father-in-Iaw Bithts d.eath to care for wld.ow
I
Balva with 3 3 h a n & t a i d e n s , d . e s e r t e d / a b a n c o n e dd. . u t y a s h e a d o f l a r g e f a n i l y r
ntanrt as word.endings in Britaln I
yet honor Fintan), And more esoterica en_
|
L l g h t e n s t h a t m o n a r c hi i ' I i l e s i u s r s w i f e S c o t l a g i v e s n a m e f o r Scotland.; she was
I
d'aughter of Pharaoho A retinue of nobl-e ladies settled. with Scotia, estaUllsh-l
in c r q r n m a i t tsn a ke n o rd e r,/cu l t vr ir .oseem blen synbolized. the polscnous ad.d.er
used. on headplece Pharaonlc crown: thts female order worshlpped Egyptfan eoas,
I
lasting till Salnt Patrlck drove the'rsnakeslt out of Irelanc (not literal
I
slithering serpents but actuall-y the females/witches observi.ng Isis/OsLris I
rit u a l s ) t t s oo k IR IS H F E D IGP .SSS
volumes I, If & III by gtgar t detall - puc h l n-
slghtfu)- elaborations about cause-and-effect hlstorlc events from beginning cf
recorded timellne.

The hlstorlc Babel at Shlnar (Genises 11:6) reveals character stud.y of


trehovah. The huge brick tower constructed. 140 years after the flood/deluge
2" Ag B . c . b y K l n g l i l l mro d h a d a splr al stalr case l^r i- nClngupwar d,, ar ound,- and-
aroun d . , t h e o u tsl d .e si n l l a r tc a ser pent r vr apped onto its pr ey" hrr pos e for
t he ta L l t o w e ri n g skyscra p e r, besld.es to nake a naster bulld.or nam e for then-
s e l v e s t o r e a c h t h e h e a v e n s , l / ' r a st o p o s s e g s a c i t a d e l as safeguard against
f ut ure f l o o d . s to h a ve a h a ve n hlgh above r i.slng vr ater s. l,Ilm r od.con m l s s l oned.
the u n d . e r t a k l ng a l cn g rvl th h l s wlfe/nother Semlr am .ls ( they had ido} to Baal

as yet to devlse Tgypttan 0slris/Isls cult/religlon, causlng Yahweh/Jeiiovah

to take actlon) " The angels carrieC out instructlons per usual, Jehovah
Etll0GOliiY/Taylor
L 9/ L 9/ L 9

observed', sa;'ing that nothiag constralned or to clasp tightly frcn Shinar elty
s t at e w h i c h wo rkro e n fu a a g i n e d .rl valr y to Cslestial cj.ty or l r \lcyeon honel anc
would' be allovred"to exj-st. Atmlghty Jehovah directed resuLtant ccnfound.eClcon-
fused' unc'erstanding of each laborer, j u r n b l e d .s p e e c h l n t o Tz languages 1n-
n e d . i a t e l y ( n o l o n g e r th e S cyth ian wor Ld.- r r r id.e
or iginal tongue the o nl y v er bal
expresston). The nother-of-all-vocal-sound.s b e c a n e b r o k e n l n t o j 1 6 l + 2d l a l e c t s ,
presently known as GcCrs greatest d.ispersion ever, Jehovahrs dlscontent/envy/
6 5 r l e v a n c eC i C n o t p e r r , i t w h a t h a d n o t b e e n a l v e n l y d.eslgneda
. head-of-tjne for
his children to be buiLt dfter aII, f o r Y a h r , , r elhs a t t J e a l o u s t t g o i t a c c o r d l n g
to his o'nn admltted words as 81I angels attest from |tfallen-ones'! battle-weary
anarc h y t l m e l y d .u ra tl o n l n A l cyeon par ad.ise caused by 1,1Itr th/Baal- Zebub, T he
Jealousy expressed most loquaelously/windy/dressed-up-thoughts into a vogtsh
argot sYrtax: (t) Deuteronomy t2:L6 t'..oprovoked Jehoveh to Jealousy that

led. to anger.. ott


(2) FsaLns 78:58 tr...rcoveC him to
Jealousy rrylth graven
lmages. . .tf

( 3) EzekteL S6z5-6 t?...1n the flre of my Jealousy I have


spoken. . ,
(4) f Corinthlans LOt2L- 22 tt o . opr ovoke lor d to Jea l - ous y at
table of devlls, . .n
(5\ If Corinthlans 11:l-2 r l . . .Lor d. God says t ye b ear w i th ne

a llttle ln my foLLy/a litt1e


f oollsltness. . .n

II z2 r r For I an
Jealous over yc u w l th
godly Jea).ousy, f or f have

e s p o u s e d 5 / o 1. .l . o s c h a s t e " . . f ?
THF:0c01,ry
/TayLor
20/?o/20

The chaste angels further o v e r s a v , iu l h a t w a s f c r e t c l d destiny concerning


the chosen-fevt people. \lext divine lntervention llfetlme guldance centered
u p o n A b r a r o / A b r a h a m ,s o n c f f e r a h , born ln ur of chaldees near River Tuphrates.
Abram lved Sarai/sarah. S i : . ea t e n d . o f l i f e l s b u r l e d a t ' f . , I a o h p e 1 acha v e 1 n
I lebrcn . Ab r a h a m a t a g e l J w i tl t household. and nephevrLot sent tc r g y pt by
angels d'uring fanine: aII return wealthy frora Sgypt to Bethel. Trage4y struck
Lot who ls inprisoned at Sodom, but uncle Abrarn negotiates freed.oman4 resto-

ratlon of riches. lot endures hardships until $odcm and Gcmorrah propheey of
brimstone/sulphur rocks-and-flre from heaven to destroy a11 sinners /reprobatef
a a'r*r^f ? ^ t b e s i e g e s G o d rs a n g e l s t o
vUrIuPt/. IJ\rl spare cities if 10 honest/good cltlzens
can be found., yet not one honorable soul can be ccunted.. Lot and hls brood
nrus t f l e e t h e rryra th fro n th e h e avens r aining fier y r ocks r vlth stlpul - ati on not
to look back at the holocaust" I l o r ^ r e v e r ,L o t r s u r l f e l g l 3 B.C. era canr t resist
temptatlon to peak at the disaster: she turns into a plllar-of-salt exact1y as
warned (nod.ern tourlsts observe salt f o r n e d f u o a g e sa b o u n d ,c n t h e p l a l n s near
the dual slnful cltlests rulns e v e n n o v l ). l,ot went to Zoaro Abrahan remalned
ln t h e h l t h e r l a n d . ',vi th h l s va st her d.s"

A b r a h a m .r e c e l v e s a r e n e w e d p r o m i s e f r o n r t h r e e n e s s e n g e r s . / a n g e l s ( G e n e s l s

18:1-16). Abrahan dies at age L75 anC burled next to Sarah ln cave at Hebron

by scn Isaac.

Isaac, only heir, had been offereC as a blood sacrifiee on altar to


Yahleh because Abrahamthought Lr'rd ,lehovah ivished ihat sacrificial deprlva-
tlon. 3 r - r tt h i s c o n n a n d e dd i c t a t e rvas a god.ly ruse, a tested faith for .flather
;rbrairan of his heir.orcnlsed earlier b y G o c lt c f o u n d . n a t l o n : Jud.ea/Israel

n e than pr ide
(A b ra h a n f e a r e d. GcC Y cd -h e -rra v-hen/EIoah=El- ohi- r nor of b l ooC Ii ne

continulng). Isaac begat a ilestine driven scn Jacob lvhcse twln',vas Essau"
TmOG0l{Y/TayLor 2L/ ?r/ 21

Essau, twin to Jacob/fsrael, was born Lfia BoC. Lost his birthright by
trickery to Jacob. Iventually the brothers reconciliatlon brcught ccntentnent
tc both. Tssau had a son Zaraf rrho had a daughter Larta" . 0 .g r e a t s t o r y - t e l l e r
v ras l a r t e v r he n vre d to K i n g D a edanr esTr oy City- state about al- l the fol k l or e
characterl zation/featuring h e r f a n r i l y l - i f e e x p e r i e n c e s w l t h J e h o v a h ts a n g e l s .
A n g e L s g u l d e d a 1 - 1m a J o r e v e n t s f o r t h e n o m a d i c s e n t i t e s , J a c o b b e c a n : ea
b les s e d s o n o f th e d .e se rt ra ra steland.lndeed. Jaccbt s dr eam ,sencou nter ed. the
heavenly angels. The angels on lad.der (Genesis 28:12-18) give a rundowrl €x-
planation about the ilstone-of-Beth-eln onwhlch Jacob poured oil as an altar.
T h e ? r s t o n e - o f - B e t h - e l t t b e c a m , ea f a v o r l t e rellc t h a t d e s c e n d . a n t sc a r r i e d all
over thelr travels. The cherished souvenlr was at least three feet long by
two feet tqide, not easy to transport f a r a n d r v i d . et r a v e l l n g destlnations over
the hundreds of years, T h l s a d o r e d .m e n o r a b l l l a l v a s a n e s t e e n e d k e e p s a k e a n o n g
e: re rrt n{t Jr oJ' l c , r *v
fha h n r uso
r h o l d . g o o d .sr so much so r that lTebuchadnezzarIIt s lnv as l on l nto
J e r u s a l e m c a u s e d .P r i n c e s s T a n a r T e p h i , d a u g h t e r o f Z e d e k l a h 5 8 6 B . C . , f 1 e d .

taking the stone along wlth hundreds of her guards. T e a T e p h t r , v e dE o c h a l d h ,


p r l n c e o f I r e J - a n d , r , v h e r et h e k e e p s a k e b e c a r n et t s t o n e - o f - s c o n e ' t / c o r o n a t L o n r o c k

that aII n o n arch s sa t u p o n to be cr ovr ned.klng of the land. In 5L) A.D . F er gus
l d o r e , k l n g o f A r g y 1 1 7s n a t c l r e d t h e h e a v y s t o n e - o f - B e t h - e 1 ; but a tussle/scuffle

broke ihe cunbersomeartlfact ln half: the portl-on renainlng ln freland becane

k novr n a s t h e B l a rn e y S to n e vrh l le the par t wor n d"onn by r ubbed. use r etai ned i ts

sovereign customary seat (all thls info by Totten and Feilden in book EIKLISH

G-i',i:AL0GYby Slr Anthony ',tragner)" Thls precious bedrock of lnrnenorial antl-

qulty rests i n S c o t l a n d . , h a v l n g b e e n i n T " o n d o n rI n g 1 a n d . a s ' , r e l l o Angels sald


't

T}i30c0}1'y/'Ta5r1e3
zz/ZZtZz

stilt s a f e - g u a r c i n gd . e s c e n d a n tosn t h e A n g r o - S a x c nt h r o n e j . n o u r t i n e .
I
A n g e l sf u r t h e r c a r r i e d . n o t i c e o f k a r n n ai n d r e a n s t o l n f o r n J a c o b
renefrrau
of his llfe t L47 years long' The atl-nlght rvrestllng struggle/perloc-spell
I
renewal of Abraha&.tspromise fron God trehovah ls told plalnly Genesis )?zZL. i
Scne history buffs clain strongly B r o v e n t h a t t r , s t o n e - o f - S c o n e , , / B l a r n e yS t o n e ]
truly ls the stoney-headpiece/plllar Jacob slept upon while dreamily v*estling
the all-nighter boutl Three theologians hoId. great blbllcaI chronology eventsf
B . C. 3 : . e s t i l c a b l e a u t h o r i t y :

( t) A r c h b l s h o p J a r a e sU s s e r L1BL-L556 A,D.
(2) Augustlne Calnet 1 6 7 ? - 1 75 7 A .Do
()l "lilllian Hates L77}-LBZI A.D,
Usser and CaImet stay neck-and-neck, cLosely less than a century apart
', t / h e nn o t t h e sa m.ed a te d e ra o But Ha1es var les hls Cata
flnding wetl ov er a
century dlfferent fron the other texts. Scme publlshed Bibles have all these
three relle:icnlsts llsted d.ates ln colunneC charts, tlne frane convenlent con-
parisorlso ArchaeloglcaJ- dlgs presently hetp allocate ptace/location to tiilely
sche,natics
" But above all , iac ob provides one cf the best exact land nark
anchorsI l,'falnly, hls ;rcuneest scn Joseph b orn L7b5 B.C. stabl]-Lzes hls tlme

table, being sold. into slavery"


Joseph at age L7, coat-of-many-colors stcry, solo into fact-recorded.
Egyptian slavery L728 3.C. *ItC by 1708 B.C. made governor of l,lrrperial Egypt,
?he Hykos/shepherd kings alLied to Joseph through their senltlc origins, partly
reason f or bond.ing trust. Joseph died age ll-0, f689 B.C, The great-house/
p h a ra o h m , o n a rch sre 5 ra i n e d . ru l e out of Thebes. The newly r estor ed ki ng/phar aoh
ftiEOc0\ry/TayIor
?314/?.

T u t n o s e s f / T u t - r n o - s e s L 5 5 l + - L U g bB . C . ( a l s o c a 1 1 e d .f h o t h m e s , / T a h u t n e s )
knevr4e1
the Ifebrevi senltes, only feared their propagating greatly beyond local popu-
Iatton ratlo that was changlng the societal/religious o n e - g o d .b e l l e f s . The
0 s l r u s / f s u s t e n p l e s , , r a i n l y A n r m o np r i e s t h o o d t h a t p h a r a o h w a s p r i n c i p a l god/
p r i e s t , w a n t e d .n o c o r n p e t i t i o n "

0 s i r u s / Amn o n p rl e stl y re l l gion or iginated. vr ith Aeg,vptus, son of l ..l i ;.r r od


2098 B.C. tdimrcd lvas nurd.ered/t<il1ed in battle at age zi}t hls bcdy was haoked
u ( , vn i t .o;nua cv D hut r. v D a n a u s ( r e p u t e d . b r o t h e r t o l l i m r o d o r a s o n o n s o n e c i r a r t s , ; v i t h
f.n

Semiranls al'amysbelng Iisted, as wife of Kush/Cush, thusly, nother /,wife of


i'iinrod')" AII lltmrodrs bod.yparts were strown across the desert plains. But
t he n c t h e r / ", n i fe S e n i ra ro l s g a th er ec- up each f lesiy por t Lon/tr agner:t, s c r t- i i ..r g
Lnto exact place all aspects except the lost sex organ/glans uretha prepuce.
A s u hs t i t u t e T e p r o d u ct l - o n , / r e p l i c a t f as c e r v e d o u t o f s t o : i e , t h e n I a i d i ; r t o
proper place (tfris action,/deed later led to phalllc lvorslrip cults r,vith cod-
plece,/phatlus lnto dtldo proCuction/;ranufacture), ,,,iife-nother Semiranls held
f re q u e n t m e x i orl a l s to b :l o ve d i \lm r oC that anon/eer long a nelv r eligi on bud.d.ed.
forth naned Osirls/Isls observed throughout Egypt that son Aegyptus./Eg.yptus
nand.ated/fostered in honor of hls dad (Danaus contkuedftlial kllIing: hLs 50
d a u g h t e r s , D a n a l d e s, sJ-e wth e l r husbands on lved.Cingntght, r ,r r ith exc eptl on
i l y p e r n n e s t r a w h o s p a r e d .h u s b a n d L y n c e u s ; t h l s slaughterlng sport/frotlc had a
statuary l1fe-sized Harpocrates posed quletus suggesting secretively r,ylth hls
ind.ex f lnger upon hls pursed Ilpsr.)" Danausfled to Argos where hls tomb ulas
shown by Pausanias in 150 A.D" Rellgicus d.ifferences escalated.: antlpathy/

ranc o r h e n c e f o rw a rrl , re su l ti n g in aLl- d.escend.antsof Shem shunning H ar ors off-

sprlng as evll d.oers. Bad blood. feelings kept them apart f,IoraIIVr sociallf r
TI{SOGO}IY
/TayIor 24/2t,/?r+

even though traeobrs k1n once held tltle d u k e a ; n o n gt h e g o d . p r o c l a i r c e d n o b l l i t y "

l t r o b l e r e a r e d . 1 , l o s e sr ; l o d e l s o n e m o r e e x e m . p l a r ya l n a n a c r e c o r d k e e p l n g

o a l e n d . a r - o f- e v e n t s b e l n g n u c h e a r l i e r than Raneses 1300 BoC. reign, I'loses in

the bulrushes se d .g e b o a t f o u n d .Iing eplsode ' *llasad.opted.by the pr inces s r o.v al

o f t h e d "y n a sty X V III l h a ra o tr,/ktng Tutm oses I r eceived his r esultant/fated. nar ne

h ios e s f r o m t h e ve ry T h e b i a n e n emy m onar ch he fled". Consequently, Il ebr ew s


flloolno r'nm ennrlty Egypt happened.200years earller than generally accepted.

1300 8.C., truthfulty nct restrained l + 8 5 . p e r a n n u i na c c e p t e d d o g m a . l i o f l g

n a m e dl., ' l t o s e b
s o r n L 5 7 L B . C . p r o v e s t c b e t h e f o r e o r d e i n e d . I { e b r e v rs a l v a t l o n :
rt B u r n i n g B u s h " j o u rn e y 1 [9 ]- B ,C . tc F.ed.SeaAi.eedSea Ll+ 85B.C. Af ter '.m r tl s ,

w a n d , e r l n gv r i - t h f i e r y c l o u d b y n l g h t , 37 additional yearly seasons on the hot

d . e s e r t s a n d . s d u rl n g w h l ch Go d rs gifted m anna/food, appear ed on d.ev i ypl ai ns /

steppe l-oess soll led to two tablets carved-ln-stone d.ictated. to Moses prlor

to L45I B.C. d,eath, The angels lvere kept extre:nely busy delivering the holy

wo rd t o t h e f ro n tl e r se ttl e n e n ts lnto the pr om lsed. 1and.,/Can88r loThe gev en

archangels alluded. preclsety comprise the maJor work force on earthly pl,ain:

(I ) T ,fl ch a e l , n o st of ton r ef er enc ed vr lth Gabrie1. But lufi c hael

ls greatly l n d . e n a n df.o r D a n l e l l n L l o n t s l e n .
(2) Gabrlel e v e n a p p e a r s i n K o r a n / Q u r a n a s m e s s e n g e rt o
Hegira
L,luhanraad.an/'Ioharnrnedan A 'D. 622"

(3) .;-ereniel-brlngs bLessings in di-sgulse to nortals.


(4) ?haltlet delivers nessenges prlnarlly"
( 5) p . a p h a e l p r o t e c t s m c r t a l s f r o m h a r m a n d . d . e s t r u ct l o n .

(6) L T r i e I g i v e s t c u r g u l d e s i n t o G o d ts f a r places"

(7) B a a l - z e b u b i s n o u rc a l l e d satan as fallen aagel prince onee

favorite in alI heaven/ltLcYoner


TI{S0G0}lY,/Tayl-or 25 ?5/25

Angel Ad.d.end.un: The archangel Hebrew nasres nean: i,iichaeL flrvho is like unto
Godtl iereniel- s G o d rs r e w a r d . r t ; P h a l t i e l ' ? I o v i n g G o d . /l o v e r

o f G o d . t ' ; R a p h a e l t t G o d .h a s h e a l e d . r r ; U r i e l ttlight of God" and.

B a a l - Z e b u b ' fg l f t of splend.id pr!-nce.rf

G a b r l e l me a n s ? rGo dsr l fanft l{ ebr alc ld.l- onrand is the angel i nos t ofton

called. upon to notify nortals about future events. .And"


Ga b rl e t w l l l announce/her elo end.- of- C.ays tlner b l ow s hl s
horn, toots the last s e c o n d s c o u n t d o - , ma f t e r 1000 years of
p e a ce o n e a rth when Lam b Lles down wlth llon unhur t.

Alt these archangels are heavenly lndivldual stars traversing the nightly
skyline ccnfigurated constellatlons before conlng d.own/being sent to

earth d.uty.

Each seven archangels vrlll b l o v ' l h o r n s , a l a r r ' ' s t s / a n n o u n c i n gt r u n : p e t s ,

o f f l c la ti n g u n i so n a t end. of vr or ld".

Blble prophecy/angels contlnulty s h o w c a s e s G o d . sr c h a r a c t e r a n d . p r o b e s


thenatlc unchanglng huruan nature.
CHAPTSRTV

GODIS UIORDRECORDSD:

I'rrSTrcAr cAt{oN/C0D3X
BOoKSAI.TD
APOCRYPiIAT,

, r Vo r dB l b le me a n s 'r[h e B o o ksr n Gr eek d.er ivatlon: r r ta biblla ta hagl ar r

(Septuaglnt, clrca Z8o B.C.), hrchangelsrs


futl- of star-d.riven d.orrrm-to-earta

dlrectlons. The resource rnenuscrlpts record./state mants ldea about the proper

c hgrch g o v e r n an ce a n d h o w to se ek swill- of- Godn abtdlng/conpl"lance,/har r c ony ,


p lus t h e g r a i l u a l u n fo l d .l n g d l vl ne pur poseo Red.emptlon- of- humanity ls tr ehov ahts

offerlng 1vhleh probes human nature that never ohanges ln the OId Testament or

Ne w T e s t a m e n t B o o ks.
T h e o L d T e sta n e n tl se p tu a g i nt has gr eat m.vstic pr oven author lt5t bec aus e

t hls G r e e k - s p e a kl n g ve rsl o n u se d today ln Gr eece tvas d.lr ectly tr anslated- fr om

Hebre w u p o n p a tro n a g e b y E g yp tl an Phar aoh PtoLeny II r eign 285- 2L7 B .C . for hl s

f a m e d A l e x a n d - ri a n T ,l b ra ry b l b l -l ogr aphy Ser apeue r ol- Is col- Lection, nu nber i ng


o v e r 4 9 0 r 9 0 o ( I a t e r a m t l l l o n s c r o l l s a t t h e s c h o o l - 6 9 1 -A . D . w h e r e a n I f : S
fhl s
M a e o n l d . e s p a r ch n e n t 8 5 0 B o C o a n d an 99:sg9J 8OO B"C. wer e catal- ogued) .
Ev er y oLd
S e p t u a g l n t B l b L e w a s fi n i sh e d . wor k Ln ?? days by ?O tr ansLator so
history, geneal-
Testament translation is a mystical coll-ection of poetry/prose,
Even Al ni ehty
ogie s , l - e g e n ds, Ia w , b a l l a d .s, ser m ons and. inor al philosoph5r "
*Ilanefor es h'r al ong
J , orcl r s p e r s o n a l sp e ci rtc/h o me b o dy used noni.na is r evear ed:

with Jehovah/I H v slYahweho The boLy first part rrHaa'rmeaning warn/friend'ly

Abr a@' glvlng a mor tal- del fi ed'


was a d d e d r a s t th re e I'e tte rs to Abr am into
Iu[Y 0F
and nentioned. book KABBAT,&E: rEE
chosen nami-ng rights (Genesis L?r5)

THE Jgt[ISH MYSTIC' pages 57, 62 and 95"


27/27lz7
TISOGOIIYlTaY)-or

de!f ication mysticism bas its theme/found"ation


The New Testan'ent deictic

abeglnningofnewre].iglousnovenentforallearthlypeopl-es'Christlanity
leaving the tr ews with thetr Kabbal ah/
aros e o u t o f tru d a l sn b u t so o n separ ated.,
bellefs' fhe Eur o' pean Blbl- e compri s es onl y
c a b a l a = c a b b a l ah a n ci e n t scro L l e d'
four llm ited. blogr aphles o f tr es us '
p e rs o n a r r e t t e rs l n to b o o ks th a t now Just
lnsight' A total tlventy- one L etter s
y et b a n n e d .b o o ks re ve a l mu ch p er sonal
of v i s l ons /
apocaLypse/Revel- ations book full'
writ t e n t o s e ve n ch trch e s p l u s one
enter pr r s e s pr eadl ng
prop b e c y / f o r e bo d " tn g , A r-r th e se aspects foeus on chr lstr an
pr es er v ed"
language Scr iptur es or iglnally
t he w o r d , w o r l d .-w i d .e , d e ri ve Greelt
d .e ve l o p e 6 l n to canon/bibl- e f or n after decades d' iscuss l ng w hat
$cripture
b y J e s u s , t h e s o n - o f - g o d ccncept even up for d'ebate' Yet
actually was s p o k e n
quot ati ons ex i s t
w o r d .s n e ve r g o t re o o rd e d, not one syr - r .abr e: no d"ir ect
Jesusrs
the early flrst century anno
b i b l - l c a l t r a n s r a t l o n s . c o n s e q u e n t L y ,
in any
a d .d.r essed. c oncer n s/pr obr ens buir d' ing nember s hl p
d o m l n t/ A . D . l e a d e rs/u l sh o p s
December z L s or ti c e
n a J o r i t y p a g a n so ci e ty. A r and.m ar k tar get center ed on
anong
near that date
w a s D r u i d p r i e s t f e s t i v a r s so Jesusrs blrthday decrared'
which
25Decembarratherthantruthfultrune,|"PaganDruidscelebratedbothrel!-
wBScorrect'
bishops wete left telllng who
gious rites till- finalLy only the
na nus c r l pts '
asong for gotten r or e and bur ied'
Th e r e a l b i r t h d .a te b e ca me n l red
the lr r i ter ate
c hr - r r chfather s said. it was to
T ru t h b e c a m e e xa ctl y w h a t th e
followers.Rarliestid,eaforabook-of-Letterstosevenchurchescamefrom
(As1a m'inor)'
on Black Sea coastllne
L{arcion born 100 A.D" in Pontus
doc k s f or
}5 0 A 'D ' shipping nagnate industr y por t- of- call-
l,{arcion owned
Jewis h nar k c te.r s
si rkro a d . ca ra v ans and spice tr ade ner chand"ise
whe e L - o f _ c a n a a n
28/28/29
TIl30GOlIf,/TaYlor

exotlc goods, M ar clon gained. nuc h atten-


broug h t f r o m we a r-th y E a st/n e a r sast
His nr.uoerousfolrowers resurted in
tion belng a prominent/moncye&. tradesrrsrr.
prectsely vrhat christianlty stood'
wanting/need,ing a clear-cut ccncept stating
word' of God)' It{arcionrs
for ( J u s t a s J e v r sh e l d S c r o l - I s t o s h o w o L d T e s t a n e n t
t o i n s p l r e s o m e o n et o e s t a b r i s h a u n i f l e d
regacy resurted rn an idea/purpose
he berleved onry apostLe Paurrs retters
canon/book of scrlptures, even though
to be god.lY.
Apostallc]-ettersgradual.Iybecamecol].ectedintofllesusedtoteachCotr-

verts.I{anyargumentsresulted'overlvhatv,rasgospel.0rlgenAdamentlusLSS-
232 L'D' Hls keen Greek philosophy
2 5 1A+.D. taught catechetlcal sohool ttll
hldc.en wr itlngs fr om banned book s ' affl n-
e m b ra c e d .G r e c l a n me ta p h ysL cs/i n depth
pLators theorles: God is one contrasted. to the maniford,
ity with Gnostic and.
pr eacher sr par ticur ar ly Theologlan Ar i us '
0rrge n r n f r u e n ce d . ma n y l tl n e ra n t
Ariand'octrinehadgreatpopularityforcenturies:anoutgrowthofNeo-
Ad'an-
p ra t o n r s t / r n a n ifo rd .=d tve rsi ty, Gnostics an. r astr y the r nf r uentiar ' r i gen
pr alsed' Anex and'r l an
a n t lu s . Ar i u s b o rn 2 5 6 -3 3 6 A .D . Libya ser ved' as hlghly
an alr y Eusebuls- of- caesar ea/Nec onr edi a.
t h e o r _ o g r a n . Th e w e r-r-rrke d A ri us had
z6o- ) bo A.D. becam e Bls hop of
Th ls E u s e b u r s p a mp h l rr-o f-ca e sa r ea/wecom e.ia
NlcaeaT?5A.D.and,]-ead'erofseroi-Arianmoderatepolitica}party,regard'ed.
o f a l L ch u rch l e a d' er s' Ilowever ' opposltion fr om Jealous Bi s hop
most 1 e a r n f d
dec i d'-
ostr ac!zed' member ship on Blbr - e book
At ha n a s l u s 2 g )_ )7 ) A .D . re su l te d. in
grabblng
valens years later exiled power
lng council at Nicaear Yet Emperor
Athanasius.}.{eanwhile,anotherenperorConstantlneofByzantiunneedednore
citlzens'
r e r i g i o n t o w i n r r y a r s ,getting reerurts from christian
order/unity i n
crashing id"eas/tradltlonso
gaoh rerigious group battled every pious netghbor,
zg/'29/29
$IEOGOI{I/TaYlor

a diver sr ty of ld"ear s/ideas ful l " of


T he w h o r e E a s t e rn e n p l re ra n d scape vr as

nrlx e d r e l i g i o u s cu l tu re s/p e o p l e s "


scclar batil- es/custons/tr ad ttl ons ./
r d e a s h a d b e co n rep o p u ra r n eans to win
A.D' ex er npl l fl ed
e y e -f o r - b u s l n e ss. A n i [ e m.p e ro rconstantine r - the- gr eat z7z- ) 37
Hls
a naJor ruler ranpant wlth ldeas/schemes-to-hustre/agenda-to-exptort.
of Br ttlsh Klng cor e, fir st c hr i s tl an
s anc ti m o n r o u s n o th e r vi a s H e r-e n a, d.aughter
nm er r y- or e- sour r t d' ltty ceL ebr l ty "
mona r c h r n h r sto ryn p r-u s b e i n g the Joyous
r r r eign 280-28L on
c ons ta n t l n e r s d .a dw . a s ch ro ru s, son of Khosr ow/chosr ous
?er sr an r ur e.r s: x er x es ,
pers r a / ? a r t h r a th ro n e th a t h a d i ncr uc.ed at- infam ous
of lt4aced.onlaoEm per or c ons tanti ne
Dariu s , p h a r a oh s a n d e ve n .[re xa nder - the- Gr eat
a r rvl n g g o . r-n p e rsl a, Els astute wor d was absolute d.ivr ne r r ght
was c a r _ r _ e d

Iaw"Indeed.,ascr!'ptura]-boo}cofsortsresu].teduponhlsconrnand.after2S
bound' copi' es hand. vr r ltten of c our s e
o c t o b e r 3 1 2 A .D . A l l fl fty ve L lun/' leatb' er
pos ter l ty '
but ar r d.upr lcates became r - ost to
c lrc u r a t e d a n o n g l n p o rta n t b i sh ops,
Thelostcod.exooplesnaturallyresul-ted'lnyetanotherCouncilofNleaea
d'ox or ogy
and. eighteen bishops net, pr ofesslng
in Tu r k e y 3 2 5A .D . T h re e h u n c.r ed
asthelraimoPralsingthelord.Iedtoargunentsamongjealouszealots:
ev entuar l y
anc. ever ything they ber leved' , being
At b. a n a s l u s a ga l n st E u se b u l s,/A rl us
A'D' and
a c u r t / h e r e s y ( y e t A r i a n r s n survived. very forcefur tirL 580
d.ecrared.
Chur ch beliefs/pr actlces) o Tir e m aior l - ty patr i -
ly el-L l n t o m o d e rn e ra U n l ta ri a n
diver se gr oups' Cult IabeI d' isnayed" /s ubd'ue6'
m o n y b i s h o p s p re va i l e d . o ve r th e
a b e ya n ce /rnactive status" The ter m or thod' oxy appl l ed" to
the mrnoritles l n to
ca n o n /scr iptur e gospelo contr over sy continued' nuc h
the b o o k s / l - e tte rs ch o se n
year s passed' unti r ) 6L
b a . h e a rth th a t kl r led sever ar r - eader s-
to resur.ting
gr oups for thr ee
a p a gan, toler ated. all chr istian
whe n J u ] . 1 a n - th e .a p o sta te ,
30/9a/)o
THBoGolfg,/TaYIor

].o[gilfull-calend.ar-cyclesl|tonoavall;alleffortsunprofltableproceed'lngs.
that blshops appolnted' an ec c tes l -
F us s e s / q u a r r e r s/co n te n ti o n s so d.isputatr ous
r r p o l e m i c s f rb r a n c h - o f - t h e o r o g y t o s e t t r e t h e o f f i c l a l d " i c t a t e s '
asticar negatlon
A.D. councir of constantinopre d"e-
No settrement/agreement resur-ted untir 3gr.
pr ecedent ( ttr e connlttee leader s outw ai ted
c L a re d o r t h o d ' ox/h l o ra ch y ru l -e took
prevalled" und.er the sembrance,/gu!-seac-
therr opposltlon) " The Ronan church
used' in baptlsmal services' The
cepting Apostler s creed., a short confessLon
V u lg a t e B i b l e so o n a p p e a re d l n Latin'
gospel tlrat ehurch fathers had
The r,atln blbl,e was the onl-y hand, vlrltten
va st u n r.e tter ea/itr r ter ate par lshoner s what the v r or d of God
rip_s e r v r o e t o te *-
?rbooks, were hand copred. inwhlch soribes assembr-ed
trury sar.ar. l0ass produced.
Lan/
a]-oud.from vurgate serolrs to the centur
into a large roon whers a monk reacl
( pronunc l ati on
ser vlce busr ness actuaLl- y
hund r e d . c o p l e r s a t a sl ttl n g /scri v ener
be
The handwr itten pages sonetim es c oul - d'
v arre . , n a k l n g sp e r-r" i n g g u e ss wor k) ,.
pr l ntl ng
car bonlzed. coples befor e the
pres s e d b y r u b b l n g rn u rtl p r-e ro w quar .lty
task had been anticlpated by the
pressr ro LlttLe Job. The tlme consumlng
gos per
given f or excr - ud.lngnu^er ous popur ar
c o u n c i r b i s h o ps: p l _ a u stb te e xcuse
r obed'
the stor y r lner r atlonar ized' the
book s s l n c e t he p u b L l c a l re a d .y kner v

Iead'ers.Theleft-outbooksgeneral.lytermed.apocrypha/spurious/rtctltlous
numb e r f o u r t e e n :
(I)I3sd.ras(nanuseriptsecondcentrrryB.C.)describesrebulldingof
th e T e mP Ie .

(2) II Esd.rasreveals vislons ascribed' to Ezra'

(3)Add.itionstoBookofEster(rooB.C.inEgypt)lnterestingdetalls
not in canon coPies"
TI{EOGO}IY/TaYIor
3L/71/3l

w r l tten
(4) B o o k o f w l sd .on ( sor oetimes called. W lsd.omof solonon)
IrO A.D. te1ls Jews to m.alntaln thelr faltb.

(5) l t f i l s C l o on f $ i r a o h ( s e c o n d c e n t u r y B ' C ' ) ls a book of proverbst

w rl tte n i n Hebr ew"


ls a rellglous lnterpretatlon of the
(6) Baruch (70 A.D, wrltlng)
d e stru ctl o n of Jer usa1em by the Ronans ( Josephu s v r r ote

much about eErl-ler era)'


(?}SongoftheThreeChildren,1.6SB'c"dated)exFnd.sthe

sto ry o f Danlel ln the fier y fur nace'

(8) Hlstory of Susanna(fOO B.C. text) tel"l's about fal-se witness

l n Y o u th of DanleL'
a rrserpent-god"
(9) B e I a n d .t h e D r a g o n ( a b o u t l O 0 ' B . C . ) r e v e a l s
playlngtrlcksonprlestsaSadetectlvestory.

(I0) p r a y e r o f M a n a s s e s ( s e c o n d .c e n t u r y B . C . ) e x p l a i n s p e n l t e n c e

o f a w l cke d' king'


Jew being carrled
(I1) Toblt (about 200 B.C.)' narrates an ld'eal
befr iend'ed by angel
ca p tl ve to Nlneveh, Assyr la/gaUylon,
RaPhaeL.
y o u n g w i d o w rs c o u r a g e
(I2) Judith (about 63 B.C.) tls a beautiful
j'ans'
fron besleging AssYr

(13,' ' .::;:':::,:::T:"::j,11*,.'ords hlstorv of revort of


32/32/3?
TI{80G0}If/TaYIor

(IL) II M a o c a b e e s( e a r L y l n f i r s t eentury B.C') l{ot a continuatlon


fron the
of I lviaccabbesbut another account of struggle
vl e w p o i n t of the ?har isees. Jud' as M aocabeusd' e feats Kl ng

A n tl o ch u s anct r estor atlon of the Tenple"


.
books r eveal muc h detal l ed
T h e s e , , o d .d .s-a n d .-e n d stt/J-eavlngs/sparleft-e over
about those ornlttlng the
perceptlon today as wel-I as further d.lscernment
the printing press tech-
t e x t s o N e e d f o r a n e a s l e r c o p y s y s t e m 'n e c e s s i t a t e d '
publr c super nal- d.ecr - ar atlons/pr onounc em ents .
n o L o g y t o p r a r se Go d l n a r,r th l n gs
TJSOGO}TY;

CHAPTERV

G0Dfs DOliOtcGY Il;T0 iildGLISII:

COr/'llllAtTTCF.ITD - L{TIY, I,IT:\}]Y, LITTJRGY- S:CI]I"AR SSRT/fCTS

Prj.nting press acvent praised God:tlnighty in aII public neetirgs

easier than the olden days tcwn-crier doxology ;:netrical Laudable voiced.

formula beginnlng'r?raise God frcm -'lihom


all things flow...,'r The ttbannstt
^ ? i m n a n , l i n o y s 6 d d i n g sw e r e s t i i l posted on public billboards aniCst the ccm-

non-green tcum square. Printed iriord soon beeane respected truth, exto1Led,

as if carved-in-stone gospel itself. Tngland.got its first printing press

L l+ 76 A . D .
Willianr Caxtcn printed. at i'festmlnister I art learned f ron Fland.ers.

Bibles were the best sellers, right away, being the first works put into

Ietter press print. Ccngoasusheli. that God now oirected every moment of

an indivioualf s faied. life. J e h o v a h a : r d .h j - s e n C l e s s a n g e l s C e f i : r l t e l y watched

each exact seconcl, ngrkj-ng nc,rtal earihly tine, naking a list tc be read on
t t ju d g e n : e n t C a ytt w h e n th e w o rl d l y sinner bor r ed.head befor e l{ ea' r enrs Gai es tol -
' ' ti n e " h e l l s f t n o ' l { t r r - T h 4 n r i n t e d b i b l i c a l
.L:J':- ri',Ilg l irl?!! u / a l.
h a r n c n y t c I d . u s - s c ' , v a st h e r e a d i - n g

n r rv h
yq t r+i vn ri r rn
s ls
, * 4n i r , e d g o d l y Iesson gleaned" frcm the reading-af ter-ie-reading the

scriptures. fne gleanable tid-bits gathered intc d . j - v e : ' s er e l i g i o s i t y ideas/

id.eals until ? u : i t a n i s m b u d d . e of c r t h frcm the printed. page. .\lI t-his person-


TIiTOnni_f
! : ] J V ! r V r ! . 1 . /ry4\t1 OT
' r s , v ! !

al-ized biblrcsl aveilabillty ccpi?s cnangeo cancn rcbeC I-adership tc the

h c : , r e b c d y: r l g h t I y f i:eside ;ers-cec'uive discussicns: to pore-cv?r or flip-

tircugh the fanily Sicie irhen prcving a point. Tne prlnted wcrc fo:ever

changed 3i'i ta in .

?he firsi Sritlsh Bible ' ' I r e sJ c h n , J y c l i f f e rend.ering. Next, iiras Tyn,1ale,

' r " ' nkr i n e f r n m l { e b r e i v a n d G r e e k t e x t s ,


r rv A ^r4 ^ro p r o d u c e d . a i ' T e wT e s t a m e n t i n L525.

C r a n r a e r b y 1 5 4 0 p r o d . u c e dt.h e " g r e a t f i r s t complete BibIer ?Ias Civid"ed into


r / e rs e s r a t h e r th a n o n e l o n g ; p a ragr aph thr oughout the book.tt Tite R.om an

C a t h o l i c D o u a y v e r s i o n f r o m t h e L a t i n V u l g a t e L 5 8 2 1 / v a sp r i n t e d . i n D o u r i e ,

France: also called Rheims/Douay. The Yulgate-Douay edition held great slmy

because scholarly Jeromohad cbntr:-buted translations Curing olC Council of


x T i n e o d i c r rr r o t i o n s ( i e r o n r e , a J e r r , w . a gs a i n t e C b y t h e ? o p e f o r
!r 4vqv u-e! q]r v- extra prestige).

Then, 16lI King James Version of the Bi'cle helped stabilize the net'I Eeglish

l a n g u a g e g r a r r x n l o/ r s e n a n t i c s p r o b l e n s in general-agreement-cf -the-pecpJ-e

speech.

English language cfficially hao no sti.tndards, only tne safeguard.ing

proviso trthe Klngt s ?nglishr? when questioned about ',.rcrdusage nean1n.q. llo

dicticnary existed till L755. Geoffery Chaucer gains c::ed.it with vrriting

d.iaries and. vignettes intc travel tale stories, cc:pleted. et death 1400 A.D.

3ut G o d r s - ! r j - n t e i . w c r d . o v e r s h a d o i r r e d ,a i l other tcpic s ava j-Iable, sBti-sfyinE

f ho f rrl'nr. rnncinc' mqnin nn end.


!r:l; I 4a U*
t
I qbfrie uug+* ..v The one-true God.'fehovahr s scn Jeshua l{ara-

nashia- full-real nameArama.ic languager yet ccnmcnly called J e s u s b e c a r n et h e

urgent desire to l:arn much more about all aspects of Holy Lands and Ij-ves of

biblical personalities. ?rint ned1a publistring houses resulted to raeet the

d. az z l i n g d . e m a n d . N e w sp a p e rs a n d. magazines, $anphLets becam e popular . Leafl et


;e lar lar
or
TI{E0GC.'fY./Tayl ./J! J./' )./

hanCcuts fluttered maior city streets.

l,iost popular handouts took famcus fcrn trith l;iartin Luther refirn leaflet

cn Gernan 3athedral coor. This 15f9 *.D. proiest createC tl:.e Ref crnation.

?esulting ?rctestant C h u r c h m c v e i r l e n tr e v i v e d . t h e c e n t u r i a s long suppressed

a n g s t / a r g u r i r e n t s / q u a r r e l i n g d i s p u t e s f r c n t h e i r r i - c a e aC o u n c i l s t i f l - i n g tactics.

a nt iJ '1t. r I Jr r n n r r oJ aqr q -iDa< el'evAt'i n. the COmnCn i,lantS VOiCe intO


\-T \ / lh
I vnl -{\ ,nE o rvz! iup t! h
^ La
'2 n
y ! r . ir rn- t j vn- o
rre yL

a Ch:istian marciring arioy fcrce. Secis by the dczens irto h'"ud.reds a;:peared.

Tach s€ct /f aetion/new-religion i-rCiviCually had. its ov/n puhl:-shed booklet*

T l r a n n o r . n ' ln r r s e n c c u n t e l s
l if v Yq\,r *r v se ancng splinter Sroups rlvaleC the ili:aea Cc'rneil,

!Ur 9ai l. .I 'i Ii I' U


rA o 4' 1u d ri inl fha a i{-rr
a
u ^r vr =nrav n
ul InI L
^J rl vnrnr gr lne^: L+
n
U !' \1r lDst e
r qr i n n ' ' la e a
Pql IaUU
(d- n
l rn
JUr sJ -' D' n, r r tL U U Int \r r:vr vv rhr a rv n
i Jev n
r r lr V
J vLvJ

parks. gpen air .discussions full of splte f illed t-ne wi-ndy crowded speakerst

ea?s (?ible toting fclk carrj-ed proof unCer ti:eir arn :cr their csnciusions).

Trrer,-r n-rneoj ryphlc -e'1 isi ous


.2VVI!i V.-l-V -!Vu;irv -v;--rvs: icea liias being i4lritten into JoId. faced. type. nl].d.

c i! ! f n
J
r i n c . rl rh
ts)lrrf) tv e 4i rr{ c l y messaee beeame e nore pleasant stylized. aethod to spre?d'

tU l fh o
-J r! n r n r . du
t V* a

Song books became sssential tcols spread.ing the Civine wcrd cf honcrt

'floaCed. pistol verbage.rt A litting chorus becane


c3iitrasr.ed. tc the open park

the soulr s ambassa,icrs. Singing the holy printed word. verses illas dubbed

ttfancS, rlress cf pure-cf-heart thcughts.'r Song Ieaders and. iftusic d.irectcrs

quality 'v'Iorship serviees


fj-lIed the training gap f cr songsters ln cnoirs:

i m n r vnV rC rU e r l e|4,\ T e a . t - ' .t- r r ?- r rY r\ ar " n t h e c o n g r e g a t i o n seng along read.ing t:ie nuslc f :cra
!U!r ruuIJ

tl:e publisheC religious h y r : r n s ,c o n f o i ' m i n g t c t h e i r n e i , vf a i t h r a happy lait;r'

chureh ccngregations conpeted for menbership. Sach euLt/c-iiurch clained

k n c wi n g t h e s tra i g h t-a n d .-n a r? o vl peth to glor y- land' ' ?r e' iestinetion paetr l l | d
+ ' o salvation' The r oaa to
w it h in t h e h u i n a n th o u g h ts cci l cer ni- ng gr dly plan
-" " 'i th good' inteations'
h e ll u m s o f s ou rse p a ve d r
TH-EOcOliY
/?a:rTcr 36/ 36136

J e h o ' , r a hsr r r f f i t t e n i n t e n t i c n s a v o i d . i n g h e I l - f i r e d a n n a t i o n b e c a m er e a C i l y

k n o . , r r nt o a l l l l te ra te fo l k. 3 u t the new- fangled pr inted. t' ,r cr dhad a v i v i d l i fe

cf-its-own effect u p o n c o r u n o nc i t i z e n r y , lio one knew what any word. pr+cisely

n e a n t S ' r l a n g u a g e - o f - t h e - d a y " u s a g e r e i g n e d s u p r e m e ( 0 g D / O x f c r d .S n g l i s h D i c t -

loggry, did not appear till 188/+, 10 volumes no less), Street sernonizers

spread continually the holy word, €sse:rtially inspired repeateC practice coo-

Sach i ti ner ant


n o n f t h e a r d " b a n te re d . a b o u t o n the boar dr ,' r alk/walk.,vay/sid.e,,' .r aLk.

norali-zer wittily r v a v e dp
. rinteo bible, t h u n p i n g s a c r e d .c o p y a b o v e h e a o h i g h
' i6 r. h e e i r . r io 'fi i :td ra n ra ti ca l l y
3tl UrIv to the br east bcne hear t. All this var i ed.

cred o = r ti s r o r ' = d " o g n a a


-fi th i d e o to g y ' ,1/esas sur ed. d.estiny unquesti- cnably at w or k
f r n m a l m { r r h t r r c r e a t o r J e h o v a h rs h a n d . yh o o k y g l ' f r c m Y I{ I H tetragammaton.

- r T e r ^ e r : n n-n 3 1 f r s n n r v
if Ci- =Ul/Utr t
va u5llqr wv
f nl k'l nro
r v!:LAvr v
a 1 - r r n r nn- lc n rtrl i t a n y / c e r e m o n y / r i t u a l travetsed. heaven-

sent via circuit preachers over the cciintrysid.e into eaeh roadrnrayf}tghgay/by-

wa y/ t y r c o u g 6 fa r e/a ve n u e /b cu l e va rd ./par kway./tur nplke /d.istant lane . Yet, uni s c n

did. nct exist fcr the hol-pol-Io1=general p o p u l a c e / m a s s e ' si v o r s h l p e e r e m o n y :

vague ritual renCition=repetition overly sinplifled. fhusl.v, public sray?as

c o n s i s - r , e do f i n p r o a p t u s e l f - t a l k s r , v : - t hG o d : g o n e w a s t h e s e r i e s o f i n v o c a t i o n s

anri q
usf
r r n_ Ln/ r li e a t i o n s by a fancy-d.an leader (no old. F.ogaticn Day lika the Fapa1

oroers or the Anglican Cathedral episcopal styli-zed. servi ces) . The rec LtaL/

chant refrain w a s r e p l a c e d . w i t h a s s o r t e d . b r a s s b a n d .i n s t r u m e n t s o Preachers

y/ere also obviously d.lvineIy 'rcailed?r +.othe banner-spangle open air serrrises.

G c d . - J e h o v a hw a s e v e r y w h e r e a l l the time, always, accessible on a nomentrs

nctice for any-and-every personr s dira neec.tvorld. over once saved by accepting

Jesusr grace outlined withln the printed. scriptures.


service/:eLigious ord'er calle6
The prii:.t ne6ia created. a new secular
rFqqnen\fy
-rrJVr-rvrl
/ rlla'r''l cr 3 7/ 3 7/ j 7

the 1aic /anateul==a::thly=tenporal= e i v l e / c i - vi I - I i i ' e - c itizensllio/ ecnmon-iealih

r . r r 'e' l ( ' l a r . u f r r ' la g r e e n e n t


I q!v
\ !u rvr s3 of the people). A layperscn cf ton held. neei*ngs /set-

vices insteaC of clergJ=orC.ained perscn in a religious order/s+nl-nary and

s e l d . o n w o r e v e s t m e n t c l e r i c a l g a r b . i t { o n a s t i c v o w s n o I c n g s r f o c u s e d t h e C a y"
T h , a ' l a i t v c h c s e e l l m a t t e r s q e e m e di n p o r t a n t , a c t e d . u p o n t h e n a e : o : d i - n g t o

c c n g r ? g a t i o n a l n e e d . ss t a t e d . c l e a r l y by the assenbled Eroup/nembership con-

$ ru it Y = S a r m o n ' r
Congregations set the ritual c e r e n D n y/ A c a y - o f - r i t e s prescribed. for the

liturgical rubrics. Tire authoratlve rule of conCuct/rubrics liturgy ritual=

public-worship=cerenonial=sacrament ivas completeLy sailctifieC. by actj-ve vcting

nembers cf the congregational l-aity (nevrly built church signs brancished' the

w o r d .r r C o n g r e g a t i o n a l ' r g l a d I y in their printed naneirlate). SecuLal servlces

rr-rled religion as a print ned'ia legaey"

F.eligious i:rinted subject-natter topped. the publ-ic d.enlndrnore eacn yeaf,

ladies Aid $cciety/auxiliary helpers insde church groups requested newslet-

ter/eirculars d " e t a i l i n g e x a c t n a m e dw
. orkerst tinely/hcurly a c c u m u l a t e d .a c -

c o m p l i s h m e n t / a e c o l a d . e sv e r s e d . i n c r e a t i v e ' w r i t t e n biblical literary fotril.

T
! ! . iru e
grrn
q rrJ v c s n c e r n s/ o r e f e r e n c e s c r e a t e d . o n e m o r e d . i s t i n c t d.irecticn for

the booning book industry. T h e d i v e r g e n t c e n a n d .t u r n e d . s c h o l a r i y = s n o b b i s h

appeal, actually. Clubs cultured. aesthetic tastes, anC weII-read literati/in-

telligentsia surfaced amongthe d.evelcping bookish cIiental. The emeraing

p u b l i c v , r a n t e dw r i t i n g s about nunerous genre=categcries" The


lettered-class
well-versed cliques craved. pedantic/erud.ite conient. At the very sam€tine,

dribble/kitsch=d.rivel=trifles began selling fast a m o n gi a b l o i d ' c i r '


sectinental

cu].ation.idon-practicalBelleslettresllkervisefiiledafrivolitygrcupie
TIIS0GONY,/TayIor 38/38/38

88F ( d i r i e s t o r e n o ve l e tte ,/ya rn oa glcssy white paper back called. tr g l os s i es n


c c at a i n e d t o p t a a l - n e w sy ci rro n i e led accounts about pir ates=fr eebooter s /pr i v a-

te e rs / r a i d . e r s , / ro b b e rs; th i e ve s ln gener al, thJ.s padd.ed.shor t stor y genr e,


cJ-aining all tales true, to titilate the idle rich. lad.ies).
The ritzy cl l e n te l pr intshop
w i d ,e n e d../d.eeBened./augnented. pur vierq/s c ope=

ex t en t , / k e n = r a ng e -o f-kn o w L e d g e , Them.atic pr oposaLs dcnlnated the lntel l ec tuaL

breach , u s e d . a s a fu n ctl o n a l w or d., r esuS.ting ln a confer ence 0xfor d. U n{v er s i ty

st y le : p a r S, e y d i so o u rse Io st-i n -thought on just what fact- flnd.ing per feet

tre a t ls e , / m c n o gra p h to re mi t/n a i l -in f or analytical,/tr anscend.ent disti nc ti .on.


Th e h o i t y - t o i t y p ro f e sso rs tri u m.phed the f or m.at options: co4;nitive,/pens l v e

t h e s is= I o n g s o mn o l e n t, n o o t p o i nt r epor tl I' or maI r esear ched. tr eatne nt m oti fs

to o so o n a d o r n e d a g e n tl e mu rmur sales r esponsse to suit the lvor y- to w er

crowd . : p u r l , / r i l f/ri Il e t=sma l I movenent, in d.eed." Studious coIl- ege nater i al

of c o u r s e a r r a y e d . th e va st i n ve ntor y: etockpiled disser tations, fu3- 1y l ear ni d


pos lt lo n p a p e rs b a se d . o n o rl g l n a l- or r evised. theor ies, classed. as mai nl y

pheno n e n a . M an -i n -th e -stre e t o dd.Iy beneflted. gr eatly, though lnad.v er tentl y t

by the sud,d.enRo-rro!.s€rrs€ book-trad.e publlshar-ed.ltor astute foresight that

o r r i n k l v f { ' l ' l e d .a n o v e r s l g h t n l c h e : h i s t o r y of the dlctionar}c

Hlstory of th e d i cti o n a ry/l e x lcon ed.itor lal- staff d.eter m.inatlon pr ov ed.

n r nf itn h t c
trA v- * v$v*v a n d. e ru d l te /p re te n ti o u s enough to pl- ease any well- schooled . pund.l t,

C o n c e p t , / n o t i o n fo r th e E n g l i sh l anguage dictionar y d.evei.opedgr ad.ual l y ov er

a t h re e c e n t u r y ti n e sp a n 1 4 0 0 to L755 fr om mer e har d.wor d.vocabulaty f c atc b-


p hras e l i s t s l n e a rl y g ra ru tra r schools/pr epar ator y acad€fll$=lnstltute c ol l ege,

T h e f ir s t p r e p ara to ry sch o o L , E ton, Klng Henr y VI found.ed Ll&O for boy s ( Eton
TIIEOcONr,/faylor
39/3e/3e

toun ]ocality on ?hames River, Berk Shire, rnest of Lond.on). The terninology

nqaaa n a r S c h o ol -r i n i ti a l l y d e si gnated:,teaching lati.n gr anmar . Gr am m ar s c hool s

p rol-lfe r a t e d . L 5 O9 to f6 8 8 " ALl 558 Br ltish establishm ents nandated. pur e-

Latin, authentic Greek, plus obllgatory classlcaL culture: hlstory, geograFhYt

s c ienc e l a J - e h e no y-p h ysl csa n d n a th. Instr uction/tuteLage/close superv l s i on

wes g r u e l l i n g , f o rn ra l , stri ct d isclpline: hltting id.Le finqcnwith a s har p

p o lnt e r - s t l c k , n e xt' h a rsh p a d d l i ng, bent- over hold.ing ankles, for leas t i n-

f rac t lo n -bad n a n n e rs a n d /o r i naclequate class assigned pr epar ations o

C L a s s y p r e p a ra to ry sch o o l s becane blg business, lnfuslng l- lter a r y v al ues

v la cu s t o m a s me a n s to tra i n fo r a pr of,esslonal- Jobl upwar il nobility the r eaL

ai-m. To lnstill- kncwled.ge l,,\rasthe proclaimed. publlc school intent/alno/goal;

the p r l n t e d . w o rd . e xp a n d e d .a l a rg er r ead.er shlp each gener atloa/ZO- yea r c y oJ - e.

But n o t e v e r y o n e g ra sp e d . th e sa me ides fr om a sentence when r ead. aloud 1n

c la s s a s w a s c u sto a a ry to a ssu re oonsistent pr onunclation and sane under -

s t and . i n g i n t e n t o f w o rd . n e a n l n g l Confuslon exlsted fr om sohool to s c hool ,

but a t o o l - o f - t h e -tra d .e l n p ro ve d. unlfor nlty; glossar y and. gazetteer .

Glossory aid.ed greatly: collectlon of terms specific to an area difficult

o r p r o n o u n ce . S tn p l e enough to menr or Lze. The gazetteer o r eated' a


to s p e l l
geogr a p h l c a l 1n 6 s5 =a l p h a b e ttca l - Ilst r egar d.ing ltenlzed datr r - n= basls for c al -

c u lat ln g facts su ch a s w i n e s, restaur ants/pubs and. wor d. etynoLogy= or i gi ns

Conponent parts easlly could be


traclng development of conponent parts.
in all te n R o m ance languages, comm onto Eur ope' R om anc e
tra c e d . / t r a n s l a te d .
oS ever y llter ate per son ktr er n ' T he
. o ma n s, vL z L atin,
Ia n g u a g e s d . e sce n dR
(l*) Portuguese'
. 1st included.; (I)
romani.zed1 Frencb., (2) Strnnish, (3) ItaIian,
TI{-E0cONf/Taytor t+o/tno/
+o

t5) Ruraanian, (6) ?rovencal southeastern France, (7) Catalan Catalonia/aorth*


east Spain, Valencia/oastern Spain and. the Balearic Island's,/eastern Spaln,

(S) Rhaeto-Romantic, (9) Sardinlan, and (LO) lad"ino (abbrevlated Ron)' Every

p r e s t i g e o u s s c h o o l - t a u g h t t h e s e b a s i c s : R o m a nE n p l r e 5 8 B . C . t o l + 7 6 A . D . 1

Byzantlne trmpire promlneace It76 A.D. till L l + 5 4A . D . d , e s t r u c t i o n b y I s l a m ;

C h a rl e m a g n e ts H o l y R o ma nfn p i re /Ger m anic dynasties and the Cathol- lc Popes

to o k p o l i t l c a l e o n tro l r o s th e eager l- y sagaoious stud.ents Lear ned. Ies s ons

vue11 ,
A l - l t h e s e fa ctu a l L e sso n p lans, fuII of ped.antio Jar gonr lver e l l ho- hum tr

enough to put the tyBlcal student fragft tO gtreep j.n cl-ass. T,atlnized' r',rord's

a lL h a d . s i m i L ar ro o t o ri g i n s, slr r e to tr anslate wor d- f or - wor d lnto Engl i s h.

But other 3-anguageword. origlns had to be rrtransllteratedrr which meant no

sure-fire familiar connective mutual-word.lngftrarttoutrqrsyntax existed.: exactly


a s wi t h l l e g r e w te tra g a m" n ra to nY /[ H V H;Jehovaho Pr ofessor s pompous l y s al d'

w h a t t h e i n t e n t/co n te xt i n d .i ca ted.. No two egotlstlcaL schooLmaster s agr eed.

c o n Bl e t e l y o n a n y w o rd . n e a n i n g . To per use and. then constr ue meanlng c onpLi c -

ated. valuable classroon. timel no tine allowed necessary for enJoying the

I e a r n i n g P r o c e s so
l d e c e s s i t y h o w e ve r cre a te d a ver tibl- e br alnchlLd L72L in the pe r s on of

N at ha n i e l Ba l le y, w h o w a s a n i d .ea- r oannuch like tr ad.esm anMar eion: the As i a

copylng old.en d' ays 150 A.D. Pr ofes s or


l, f inor s h i p p i n g n a g n a te , b a ck 1 n scr ol]
attenptr pr lnar ily ind.icating pr onL ul 'c i atl on
Ba lre y a r r a n g ed . a n a tp h a b e tl ca L

a n d e t y m . o l o g g =w o rd o ri g i n =o n o n a stiooor This signlficant event was bar el y a

b u ri e d . a mong bor lng oxfor d' univer sity d' ocunents ' T he
footnote i n h isto ry,
THE0GONY/Taylor trL/t+t/ t+t

n ot ab l e E n g l i s h d i cti cn a ry d e vo lved fr on Baileyr s pedagolle Ilst ono nas ti .c on,

actual nomenfor his tone=book. Alas, the lexicor - dictionar y appea r ed. l - 755

a f t er m u c h t r a va i l

The lexicon author, poet critie, klag-of-conversatlon, called. d.lctator-

shin oersonifled man-of-letters


urr*}/ because of ninble eloquence at llterary

c t ubs /p u b s : a l e h o u se s a n d . fo u n d .er of Romanticisn: Age of Johnson was none

o t her t h a n t h e tn i n l ta b te B rl tl sh wr lter tfDoctor t? SannuelJohnscn. T bl s

preml e r e v o l u n e co n ta i n e d b l a se d, d.efintions; ttOatsr t a gr ain fed, to hor s es

ln En g 1 a n d .b u t e a te n b y th e p e o pl- e of Scotl,and. ( Johnson ilas angr y a t the

Sccts). Yet, the valnglorious classlc masterplece set the llterary example

fo r aII future d .i cti o n a rj .e s, S anr uel Johnson def ined, the style; he anal y z ed.

through excerpts /'extracting sanc.plesfron pronalnent authorsr r,vorks. Engllsh


t?r escr lptive .tr
I a n g u a g e w a s d.e cl a re d . n A n a l yti ca l- r t: al- l other languages
P r e s c r i p t i ve l a n g u a g e s tra n slate fr o& one to the other by- v' r ,ay- of c l os el y

relate6 derivations:*ommon origin word.age, whose preflxes=flrst syLLable and

sufflxes=Last syllable/snaJ-lest conceivable unlt-of-expresslono Inflectlons

f urt he r n a r k ch a n g e o f f o rn d i stinctions: case, gend.er , nunber , tens e, per s ont

mood.o r v o i c e p a ssi ve , a cti ve l n all- ver bs, r egular and' lr r egular . T hl s

g ra m m a r L e a r n e d b y ro te =ro u ti n e aenor y lessons. These ttsi€n- wor d.si l w er e

t a g e e d / d e s i g n a te d . n l i n g u i sti csfr ln what they denote vagually called. s enanti c s

stud.yo Actually, semantics being a branch of semlotlos"

Se m l o t i c s stu d .i e s syn b o l s;sign- wor ds:elenents of com m unicatlve behav l or


nsign- wor ds' r and' syrc 'bol l s n
s u c h a s l a n g u a g e g e stu re s: a g e ner al theor y of
Thl s
d iv ld . e d i n t o th re e b re n ch e s-p ra gmatics, senantlcs and' syntactics'
TIIE0GOIVf/TayLor 1+2/l+2/l+2

threesome./triad/trinity eLemental lexicology blended. lnto a gestalt synthebis-


o f -p a r t s , T h e re su l -ti n g l i n g u i stlc eonglomer ation bullds a whole conpound.
mlx t u r e f r o n r aa !.y se g me n te d p i e ces: pr oper /for m al J- anguager efinem en t ( henc e,

apt syntactics)
"
Q rr rt nv urv q nv 4+ i c s c o n p l e t e l y
vJ d.eaIs vlith fornaL language properties, systems-of-

systems also calIed logical syntax. A n d ,s y n t a x s t u d l e s t h e r u l e s forning

indivldual grannatlcal sentences/study of patterns=phrases frorn d.lstlnctive

s t a n d . a r d w o r d . s (tri n g f s E n g l i sh or iglnally set stand,ar d f or cor r ect u s age or

eLse get banished.from high-society courtLy lifestyle). Senantlcs studies

meanlng by examlning changes in form/fcrmal usage, also called. significs

between sign-word.s and rvhat they denote=an lnterpretation of a basic sentence.

} 'f o s t i n n e r - m l n d th o u g h ts rve re o nce assuned to be God Jehovah tslling us w hat


tn
vv rl^
uv .t tvh^ r a
v T . n r d Y a l vh e wWa s g i ve n a conpLeteJ- y new dinenslon, buSier than ev ef

wa s EL o i h n i n e ve ry p e rso n a l n ro m ent of nor tal llfe: J H V H walked a l ong w i th

wit h e v e r y h u n a n b e i n g (ttre p ri n ted. hoLy wor d. gave pr actlcal applicati ons to

the secular services) o


pragmatlcs branches into casuaL relations between word.s/expressions

(iaicns) and. their users/speakers. Thus, the analysis of language contends

s it u a t i o n a I c o n te xt w tth u tta ra n c es inc luding kncwled.ge- and.- beliefs,/r el atl on

bet we e n s p e a k er a n d l i ste n e r a s ln d.ebate or or ationo ALl thr ee br anoh

e l e m e n t s l p r a g n a t i c s l s e m a n t i cs / s y n t a c t l c s r e s u l t i n a r rs e m a n t i c- d i f f e r e n t l a l t r

m e a s u r i n g t h e co n n o ta ti ve me a n i ng of concspts by r ating each concep tual on a

seri€ s eaah.scale defined by a pair of po l - ar ad'-


o f g r a d .u a l ve rb a l sca l e si
TerB 'rse&antlc-f leld'"
jeotives such 8s good/bad.r strcng,/weak, beauty/ugIy '
tgEOGOwY/TayLor b3/ b3/ t+3

deplcts an area of huoan experieaoe/peroeptlon d.eflned, suboategorizecl, by


a set of lnter-relatod voeabulary worcls, oauslng/oreatlng a nental ploture.
n0ausallty-paraclorff results ln exceptlon to the rule/euston ln the llngulstlo
analysls,/senantlo preferenoesr all merely e strlng of words.
nsenantto preforenoosn pertaln to arlslng dlfferent meanlng to dtotlon/
cboloe=Iogogran,,by varled reaclers or llsteners/nkecl &essages from sane
eplthets. lfbe prlnted gosBels/eplgtles beoane open to variett lnterlrretatlon
from Eane elact base sto&. Eundredlsof Brltlsh ilenonlnatlons evolved qulokly,
prlor, clurlng the dlotlonary/conoorilence/Thesaurus lntrodluotton. Nuuerous
seoular ohrroh ohanBlong/be[wetber=the avant gtrde ohoso flambouyant worsblp
rhetorlo, exertlng Borsonal naglo=oharlsno-of-leaclershlp when quotlng tertual
aorlpturel elways oonsultlng the new-fangled dlotlonary to deflne thelr ?e3-

baIlzatlon, avoldlng worcly argunent/logoneoby lotor-on.


The oharlsnatlo oonilnonnao $ac beoonlng preval.ent, prosporo[s=llollvoatl
rlohe : Inrvsnus/unlstart" Two peJoratlve netaphors aptly dosorlbed the ooploua
. tradledooourE when wealth oln Ptrohasc cv€rf-
af,fluonoe : Jadeil, dleoeilenoe
thln6 on6 s6cg, satlsflng fl-eshly gravlnga. lllaterlallsn useE lrosperlty to

flll llfc wlth expcnslve thlngs, to be flrst on the blook poasesslng unlque
obJeotsl nout-d.o otherg.n Deoadenoccnsuos upon wetlth ontelllng Borsonal
gohencs sccurlng wbat€vsr deslrod roEults behlnd the soeno ehcnanlgrns/Pul-

Ilng-strlngs/agonrlr foul to nanuBlLatc cvents towardl ournselflsh wishesr tro


natter whatl soolal-oIlnblng-fu&der/polltloa]. renels-Juetlfy-tho-E€otl8oi Vrst

f ortuns then used as soor.a-otrcl oLout for suoo"rt, idd, goocl oharrdtcr traltc

Borrurlng Ilorsonal velues/self-eEtecn. fhs prlnt-nodla lust for attentloa


THEOGorfI/Tsytor t*/t+t+/ t+t+

ed.uoeil/ellolt gllb locutlon/Eoaletal nentra gainsaylngs: nlf gtra'w€ro rcalLy

smart, then rleb he woulcl be, salth the new sltuatlonal norallty orowd, f,lnd-
lng Just the right lexloon nunberecl deflatlon lnclex to flt thelr pboblo

eond.uetl Rcllglorstty rulcd, nultltudllnous heart-felt cleslres.


The nultlplylng ldle rloh olass couldl well affort the Lelsure lunrrlcsr
f,roo tlne, oontemBtatlng B1aoos far eway aail wlld lcleas beyonil plous lnaglne-
tloa, The anoient olvlllzatlons beokonecllatent/tribal-raolrl-nenory tlnss
forgottcn. Tho Greok aythology baseil upoa Quccn Lartat e noileI etortcg s$rkcC
a rcvlval ln pragantales told glanorously yct rGooncllect od.illy wtth Chrtstlen
cburoh bellefs.
?he revlved/ronantlslrcdl Jaclcd llfcstylcs of the f1lt[y rloh dleoadlenoe

nanlfestedl snugly ln the genealoglotl tooounts of tbe Greolan godlhead,. Zcus


hlmself btrthedl lntellestual ABollo who Junpedlout of hls nose onc afterroon
(Just as Xc-ho-va-vio used,eAfflatusrr to oreate tAeonsrf?angels ancl olay lnto

nortrl sclf-lnrgcg3 Aff,Ietus rrs renancil Eoty Gbost/Ho1y gplrlt the last
fcw hunclredlcleordlcs). geylng God Jchovrh/Ychwchr E nane alouctr o?cB ln vrln/

ousslag-ourElng, had no illro soolel oonsoquonoosln hlgb tonedl olty olroles.


All the cletalledl nanes heathcn/hcilonistlo/heretto/prgea wor. ln ths nuoh

touted Lexlooa: rvallable by deflaetlon to rny-rndt-all oasual retclers. The

dlletlonary hacl roh/woe-begone cmer6edltbe noat quotcdl endl bcst bellevocl re-
souros book on tbo market. Technloallty ternlnology beoanc the stelwart

tred,rnark for the rleflaltlve d.latlonary of the future. Inflnlte worda frlrc

tbere ln lnlnt for the taklngr !6-te111ng: toplo of oonvereatton, whatlvcr''


lnta]']eot/
rlsr, dllstlnot1y Inrgnlokery aaalyalssltus=topology=ltenizlng ood'rs
Eoorro!,:clegorlmlnatlon/beLosplrlt,. AlL gotlly prrtloulars illsgeoted', lnoJ'udlng
desocnt and 72 Btble
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CEA?ISR VI

GODIS INTtrI"&ICENSIA/T*ENET,AE RE\TEAIfiD:


t{.$ms FoR f,EHoVAH
BIBLE CoDESAND TIIE ?2 TRANSMUTATED

Godheedorlg!.oa ebounded,worlctwldc as the welL-to-d.o ctllcttrate rcll-


glonlsts the avant garcle=Eeekerszeeloualy travcrsed tho globor tlnooverlag
godly proof/cxenBles=crpresslon ... oplpheny, porhaps' AII the strango

oultures withln eaob vlelted oountry afforded the adlventure Lanclwoaclerment


pursued.. Obgoure/esoterlo trtvta aBurrecl the provlclent hunt ever onx,ard,:

o,ore nysterlous, the better tbe quegtr fhe reLleble dictlonary enebLed t

qulok ecluoatlon bonestyle: to-Iook-1t-up ln the trncloubtcdBeerless lof,er-

onoe book on tbe narket. Iehovah, belng the ftfth fron


generatlon dlegoendled'

cvon Bore enolent gods, dld not hotd lastlag fesolaatlon thet nystlolsn of

KebbaLeh/crtala Provlcledl.
The KrbbaLah/trabaLa/Cabalaproveril byponltlo. Oabrle 6lpher nethod' ln-

terpretlng scxlptqree ohellenged the Broblng nlnds to flncl the ood's ooaocal-
ing neaalng wlthln the transllterateo Ecbrew worclage. No wordl-for-worel trans-
woulcl begt do the
Iatlon cxlstedr or ever oourd: lndivlduel probLcn-solvlng
iloabal-n oouLd enilure
Job. gnLy the n.ost fenotlo itevotde of the rellgloglty
the strlot Kabbaleh nenter disolprlne. she raclloel seoterlrn rffiolonatlo/
nenergu&earroOuld' barotry stry the cours€' lloxnoteh
oLlque=enthugtast oallacl
nart-fot-
energunen berleved serf-reallzetlon the blghest goodt; a form or
---
aostbeto=erbno de ts or\ne ol
altr E gaken reserved^ for the nost arty/-Aartsy"
UNI]I$RST ORIGINS:

GODIS GAI,ACTTCGRATTDPAREI'TTS

T h e u n l v e r se b e g a n w i th a swelting bulge/pr otuber ance. I' r ictlon gav e

a n u d . g e r p r o J e cti o n i n to sl u n b e rous existence wlth a str eak of spar k ed

Iieht/entightenraent/statlc-electrical shock awakening state of lnactivltyl

g ala x y s l e e p e r s l o n g w i th o u t e n er getic novenent, The d.eity gener ations aw ok e

via t h e i r m u l t i P l -Y l n g n a tu re "

I. Ge n e r a t l o n g n e : H a so l yh e a , yawning open- mouthed Enid ehaos ln the v ol d'

c h a s n o r g a p e a re a se n ti e nt wind blowlng spar k, lnto


buncped. gape- oponl ng

plpllla H i ctu s,/H L a fu s=h e x- ne- o the r esulttng pr otr uslon.

H a s o l yh e a -se n sa te -g a l a ctic- ar chtype and Hlctus/Iilatussher - ne-o the

p r o t r u d .l n g o p e n l n g , th rust f or war d., bir thed. thr ae entlties:

(A ) Gala=earth/Telos /teLLus/GaearGE

(B) Eu/3uUus ilarkenin g haze/snadow/dusky/twillght/gloanlng

(c) N o x/U yx D a rkn ess/ntght- tlne pltch- black

Hlc tu s / H l a t u s me n tl o n e d . a s o td Father TLme"

IL Ge n e r a t i o n T w o : Ga i a o e a rth /Telos/r etLus,/Gaea=G3, vlgor ous func tl oni ng


ngood' we l !' Long
s e n s o r i a L g fo w th sp u rt, e1d.est, mates $tith Eu/Eubus

bod.ytr of the gloamlng-nebul-ous tine to blrtb':

(A) 0'ranus/uranus=lleaven, skx expanse surround'lng earth=oa Lal}a&


not take c ontr ol
(B) P o n tu s/S e a *w a ter s that Jehovaht s angeLs d' o
Natur eo
G a ia = e a r t t r / T eL o s ca L l e d l d o th e r Ear thf' r other
2/2/2/ 2
GODTS?ARTNTS/TAYIOT

G e n e r a t l o n T h re e : Ga l a ,e a rth/TeLos/Tellus/Gaea=GE mates wlth for c eful


Ir I "
vltality 0uranus,/ur8rru.s=Ileaven surround.ing SpaCe from-one-end-to-

t h e -o th e r-b e g i n n i n g , abounding her ear th.Gala. They had 13 T l tan

c h l l6 re n : (l ) C ro n us/Kr onus who r uled hls siblingl fr om l t{ount

gthrys, (z) Oceanus, (3) Coeus, (4) Crius, 15) Hyperion, (6) rapetur

( ? ) T h e i a , ( 8 ) R h e a a l s o c a l l e d . o p s w e d .K r o n u s / K r o n o s / C r o n u s h e r

brother, (9)' Themls, (IO) lrnemosyne, (l-l) ?hoebe, (fZ1 Tethys and'

(13) Dione"

Kronus/Cronus weds Rhea/0ps, hls sister. They have


fV. Generation Four:
slx 0lymplan chlldren; ( l - ) U e u s, ( 2 ) P o s t d . o n , ( 3 ) I { a d ' e s ,

(t+) Hestia, (5) Hera also called. cyberl/slbyl- and. (6)' Demeter,

who had. twins: Ronrulus and Rer:aeswho found.ed.Rome by legend..

Zeus=y{ H ru l e s his siblings at } ,fount 0Lynpus. Gala =Ear th/Gaea

c on vi n ce s K ro n u s to kitl- Ur anus who ls snr other ing her fror o hi gh

h ea ve n vrl th a l l th e sky sur r ounding ear th; her self Gala neans

e arth " T h l s mu rd ,e r infur iates mor al Eeus- - ' { tr H V E, the en-

throned-breethe-of-Iif e deity, who battl-es all- the Tltans at

Thessaly (Zeus d.efeats hls father Kronus and uncles as well as

a u n ts l n th e l r d .e a ths) . Zeus avenged' hls gr and' father Ur anus /

Ou ra n u s,/o u -ra -n -u s=Heavenrs f lliaL r our d' er " Zeus/Jehovah d'ec Ld'es

t o re sl d .e h i g h |n the heavens whor e Ur anus, hls gr and' fa ther ,

l i ve d . i n ste a d . o f o n ear th= Gala. Then, Gala=ear th,/Tetos '/fel tus /


by a1l the
Gaea=OE ls d.riven d.eep underground', trod'den beneath

wa rs/trl b u l a tl o n s above her ear then bod' y'


GOD' S PAP.ENTS/TAY].OT
t/t/t/t

o r l a ck o f it, got Justlce be d' one by Jehovah hi m s el f


! , T o r a l t u r p i tu d .e ,

ln an angry fitl A ffl a tu s n a g i c per sonal- power not yet r enaned HoIy Ghos t'
for godd' ess Gala- ear th"
Th e wr o n g - d . o l n g d i d n o t g o u n p u nishec even
Gala,0iasbothgrand'nrotherand'great-grandmotherto,rehovah.Galawed'
by Ur anus' Gaia also nated' her
he r s o n U r a n u s a n d h a d L ) ti ta n chil' dr en
fiasolyhea and'
sibllng Eu/Eubus to have uranus and ?ontus/sea=vrnters"
Ar I these ent i tl es
H lc t u s / H l a t u s a re tre h o va h rs g re a t- gr eat- gr and.par ents"
of the anger st s nlne or r r er s pr ior to the
ri v ed r o n g i n ad va n ce re co rd e d . time
wlth its flr st sentient belngs r ul l ng
e nla rg l n g / e x p a n d ,l n g /e xte n d ,i n g u n iver se

t h e s ta r r Y s k Yw a Y s.

Thlssentient-beinglineagerevealsfourgeneratlonsahead.ofJehovah.
B' Co knew her fam lly based god'head'
T h u s , Q u e e n T , arta o f T ro y ctty state L485
Even mor tar Babylonr s Nlm r od' and' hl s
f ork r. o r e w e r r ab o u t h e r o w n h e rr-tageo
behavror upon/after thelr
nother/wlfe senrramis srnpty patterened. therr
r lfe stor y high in the sky land' s c ape
r ev ere n d . e d .Ba ar-Je -h o -vl cf s fa !1 ily
pr ed' ecessor Por y no-
(as d t d H a u r a l ra n ro ya rty ti rr r?oor s wed. slster s in their

s ian b t r t h r l g h t cl vl l l za ti o n ) "
TtrB 72 NEMES OF GOP

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The 72 Names refers to a formula of 72


combinations of Hebfew letters. It is also knowu
as the 72 Names of God. Moses used this formula
to paft the Recl Sea. The 72 Names have the
poqrer to overcotne the laws of natllre.

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