Reincarnation of the Messiah King David
For those of you that have already read the home page, you know that I no longer believe in Jesus as Christians do. If you have NOT yet read the home page, I would suggest reading this first because my doctrines have changed. It is interesting to note that ever since I began my personal studies of the Judeo-Christian Bible, I never saw Jesus as Christians view him as the Son of God because King David is the True Son of G-d while Jesus was the son of David/Spirit of Truth. It is also interesting to note that when I did believe in Jesus as the Son of the Spirit of Truth (not the son of God), and I did believe that he should return; I found myself struggling with a few interesting paradoxes in some Old Testament writings concerning the two messiah doctrine where, one is a peaceful one that makes atonement for the sin of the land (Israel), while the other (the last Messiah) conquers His kingdom that He established of old. But the greatest paradox comes from the infamous Psalm 110, which is one of the predominant scriptures that Catholicism is based upon. The general concept behind 110 presents the notion that Jesus was seated at the right hand of G-D after his crucifixion and that someone else (a conquering one) would abolish sin from the world prior to the portrayed return of Jesus that the New Testament outlines. This is no longer ambiguous to me because Psalm 110 is not referencing Jesus. Although the Judeo-Christian Bibles make it sound like it does, and is meant to tingle the ears of the reader because of a few passages that are not scripture found in the gospels that state Jesus was seated at the right hand of the Father, the Hebrew Bible presents a different version which changes the implication. These New Testament passages were actually inserted by later scribes in order to draw your attention to Psalm 110.
Another paradox comes from the first prophecy (Num 24:16-17) that was ever prophesied concerning the predominant Messiah which, again, while read from the Judeo-Christian Bibles, immediately draws the attention of the unlearned reader to both King David and Jesus. The Hebrew Bible settles this “two Messiah” implication that the Judeo-Christian Bible portrays and clearly leads the reader to believe that it solely appertains unto David because of the events that the prophet prophesied have already occurred in David. I am therefore pleased to put these conflicting old curiosities of mine at rest because I now truly believe that they do appertain unto David and it is David that shall return. I therefore am solely dedicated to propagating the true messiah King David that shall return. I will close this page with a commentary on the above mentioned Numbers 24.
Warning from the author
Being that I am an advocator and teacher that is well versed in the reincarnation doctrine of King David, I should also warn the reader: Beware of false prophets that come to you claiming to be the reincarnated King David or anyone else for the matter! There will always be impersonators. When King David returns there will be no doubt as to His glorious Divine nature because His body will be transformed into a supernatural celestial being. He will be an angel or as an angel in His appearance which will not compare to the likeness of us mortals.
I am not even 100% sure whether King David will reincarnate or whether he will simply return somehow prior to or with the Messiah Michael the Archangel because scripture seems to be somewhat ambiguous to this. What I do know and I am absolutely confident and sure of my interpretation is that David shall return and be the Messiah that ushers in the peaceful millennium, not Jesus! Scripture of the Old Testament is extremely certain of this which most scholars agree with. If we removed the New testament from the Bible *and* our thoughts, then there would only be one true Messiah and Son of G-d that shall return to usher in the peaceful millennium. King David.
Reincarnation is a lost string of Christianity and is most likely the doings of the early church in order to impose the new doctrine of salvation, yet due to many Biblical scriptures the philosophy is making its way back into their beliefs. We see in the New Testament writings many enquire of Jesus and John whether they were “those” former prophets and therefore in itself indicates their knowledge and beliefs in reincarnation. Jesus also talked about a great “gulf fixed” between us and the celestial (Luke 16:24) which I believe is in reference unto reincarnation.
Reincarnation originates in Scripture with the curse of Adam and Eve who were banished from paradise and subject to reincarnation. As it is written; “Dust thou art and unto dust thou shalt return” (Gen 3:19) “Dust,” being an enigma word or symbol for “seed” (See: Num 23:10 – I Kings 16:2 and I kings 20:10). Again, this knowledge is not new, even in ancient Judaism, which can be seen in the Safer Ha Zohar.
Safer Ha Zohar: “With reference to the end on the right, the Holy One said to Daniel, ‘Go thy way till the end come, for thou shalt rest.’ Thereupon Daniel turned and said, ‘In which world shall my rest be, in this or the world to come?’ ‘In this world,’ replied the Holy One, “where rest is necessary, ‘as it is written, ‘He who walks in the right way shall rest in his bed’ (Is. LVII. 2). Then asked Daniel again of the Holy One, ‘Shall I be of the number of those who will rise again at the end of the world?’ The Holy One replied ‘Thou, shalt rise.’ Said Daniel then ‘I know that amongst these who shall rise, there will be upright and just men who during their lives on earth walked in the path of truth, and others there will be who have done wickedly, but as yet I know not amongst which I shall rise again.’ Said the Holy One, ‘In thy lot or state in which thou diest.’ Again Daniel spake and said, “Thou sayest unto me, ‘Go thou thy way to the end (lekh lecetz). There is an end on the right and an end on the left, which of these meanest thou?’” ‘The end on the right,’ answered the Holy One. David also said unto the Lord, ‘Make me to know my end,’ and found no rest until he knew which it would be, and it was said unto him, ‘Sit thou on my right hand.’”
I will present some scriptures which obviously indicate reincarnation: Jer 1:5 “Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.”
The following scripture of Job outlines quite clearly that reincarnation is true and was believed in by the ancient prophets.
Job 19:26 And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God:
Job 14:14 If a man die, shall he live again? all the days of my appointed time will I wait, till my change come. 15 Thou shalt call, and I will answer thee:
Verse 19 goes on to say: The waters wear the stones (meaning; flesh dissipates the spirits within after the death of his flesh) thou washest away the things which grow out of the dust of the earth; (seed of mankind) and thou destroyest the hope of man. 20: Thou prevailest forever against him, and he passeth (he dies): thou changest his countenance (after he is reincarnated is he changed) and sendest him away.
21: His sons come to honor, and he knoweth it not; and they are brought low, but he perceiveth it not of them. 22: But his flesh upon him shall have pain, and his soul within him shall mourn.
In other words the man died, and yet his spirit was reincarnated and now has a different appearance, yet knows nothing from his previous life. This is why his sons who he had in his previous life come to honor, yet he perceives it not; of course, as he is now a child and has a new body, his former knowledge died with his last person. “But he shall still live in pain and his soul shall mourn, as it is aware that it is subject unto life as long as it continues until the great curse of subjection and confinement to this world is over.”
Paul likewise; I Cor 15:35 But some man will say, How are the dead raised up? and with what body do they come? 36: Thou fool, that which thou sowest is not quickened, except it die (All things die in the earth for it is subject unto decay): 37: And that which thou sowest, thou sowest not that body that shall be, but bare grain, it may chance of wheat, or of some other grain: 38: But God giveth it a body as it hath pleased him, and to every seed his own body.
Sounds like a bit of Hindu philosophy here. Does this mean that after we die we are reincarnated? I believe so. N.T Wright thinks that after we die we go to a holding place and wait till the end of time, at which time G-d gives a new–supernatural body to those that are saved. But believing this is a failure to understand the secret doctrine of Genesis and the Adam doctrine because in order to fully understand “salvation” we cannot rely upon what the New Testament outlines; we must rather divert unto the place where salvation (eternal life) was lost. Always go to the source.
But for the contemporary Christian reader I guess the first question I should enquire from you is; did salvation exist prior to Jesus? And does it exist now? The contemporary Christian response would be no, for salvation came through Jesus. Wrong! Scripture testifies otherwise. There are three people that never died, two of which (Enoch and Elijah) were taken from the earth because they were found faultless before G-d (Gen 5:24 and II Kings 2:11). The other perhaps, I should not include here seeing how His glorious name is Melchizedeck who I believe was the embodiment of Truth, the everlasting “guardian of the Law of G-d.”
I should now enquire from you if there are any historical documents that make mention of anyone cheating death? Did not Jesus say––they that believe in him and hold true to his word should never see death? [John 8:51 Verily, verily, I say unto you, If a man keep my saying, he shall never see death]. The reason Jesus said these words was for the fact that he supposed that he would return immediately after his death to deliver his kingdom. False saying! However, being that two-thousand years has passed since then, Christians today have taken the Apologetic role in attempt to present an alternate interpretation. How long will they continue believing in their Christ?
I actually like what N.T. Wright, former bishop of Durham Church of England, has to say about salvation. He says that Christians do not understand just what salvation and resurrection really means. He also says that the resurrection of Jesus which the New Testament portrays has not been understood. He presents a seven stage mutation of the body theory (Which is also Jewish belief) that gets transformed into a supernatural being which is no longer subject unto decay and evil matter, and that heaven comes to us and not us to it. I agree with part of his theory because I already knew it to be true before watching some of his You Tube videos.
It is true that it is curtail to understand just what salvation really means. Christians believe that after they die they will go to heaven. The ancients would have laughed at such a stupid belief and would have responded with; Why die? once you die, that’s it buddy (See also Hebrews 11:13). There is no going to ‘cloud nine’, playing your harp, wishing you had taken a magazine with you to read. You will simply be reborn and thus given another chance to be saved.” That’s right, another chance to be saved. What good is salvation if you must first die? For then death claimed you as his own. Salvation is the transformation of the human body on this earth which is heaven, or a heaven among the seven heavens. If you want to call this “transformation;” mutation, rebirth, evolution or hybrid, then go ahead. It’s all the same. Salvation is overcoming death which is not something that happens in the middle of history (as Christians believed happened with Jesus). It occurs as the end of time in the conquering Messiah.
Both Jesus and Paul understood these mysteries. Jesus said; Luke 17:20 And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, (Jesus speaking) The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: 21: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. (Our spirits, which are the two eyes, DNA which is the blood of life, and the sun spirit or spirit of light, our brain, also known as the third eye).
Paul likewise; Romans 7:20 Now if I do that I would not, it is no more I that do it, but sin (Darkness) that dwelleth in me. 21: I find then a law, that, when I would do good, evil is present with me. 22: For I delight in the law of God after the inward man: (Spirit of light) 23: But I see another law in my members, (divine spark) warring against the law of my mind, and bringing me into captivity to the law of sin which is in my members. (The darkness that dwells within all men).
Romans 8:6 For to be carnally minded is death; (Sin) but to be spiritually minded is life and peace. (Light of life) 7: Because the carnal mind is enmity against God: for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be. (Spirit of night is not meant to be converted). 8: So then they that are in the flesh cannot please God. 10: And if Christ be in you, the body is dead because of sin; (Spiritual death) but the Spirit is life because of righteousness. 11: But if the Spirit of him (The Holy Spirit) that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you (The kingdom of heaven is within).
It is rather the Holy Spirit that dwells in all mankind, not Jesus, nor did Jesus rise from the dead. However; As you can see in the above verses the obvious indication of their belief in the transformation of the human body which is owned by decay and evil matter that counts as salvation. Although Paul also commented on being caught up in the clouds when he supposed Jesus would return to deliver him and the righteous kingdom; goes to show you that he really did not know for certain, unless he supposed it would all happen at the same time? But Jesus obviously indicated in the above saying of his that heaven would *not* come with *observation* but was rather already on earth in every human. In other words; Jesus’ supposition of heaven was the divine spirit in humans that would inherit a new and undefiled body *on* this earth. This is true and I do believe it to be true.
Having now brushed a little upon what the ancients believed in with respect to reincarnation and heaven; I will first comment of the life of David according to scripture by presenting all the highlights of His glorious life.
I would first like to draw to your attention to the fact that David’s name is found 1,140 times in the King James Bible; more than any other name (other than “G-d”) and is seen in scripture until the very end of the book (Rev 22:16). King David is also the only one in scripture that has ever been equaled unto an angel of G-d by three separate people. These are all curiosities.
Unbeknown to most; King David was and always has been the predominant Christ because the appellation Christ is derived from the Greek word Christós which connotes “Anointed,” and in Hebrew it connotes Messiah. King David is *the* everlasting anointed and Holy One of G-d because scriptures tells us so long before Jesus ever came.
It should also be noted that there have been many Messiahs that G-d sent to His chosen people either to deliver them from oppression or to deliver His word unto them through His holy prophets. For this cause I use the term of “predominant messiah.”
If this seems conflicting with your faith and belief; it is because you know nothing of complete Biblical scripture. The Psalms alone are one of the greatest testaments unto David’s future life, determination and Holy destiny, for it would seem impossible for anyone to have lived such a colorful life in one lifetime. Indeed, for there are a vast amount of scriptural references unto David that have clearly not occurred as yet.
David was born in 1040 BC and ruled over Judah from 1010 to 1002 and ruled over Israel from 1002 to 970 BC. His first career was a sheep-herder, simplistic in nature, yet wise in the wisdom of G-d. He is then identified by G-d as a man after His own heart which shall fulfill His Divine Will of giving Rest unto His people. Imagine that; “a man after my own heart” which tells us that David was much like G-d in character and spirit. David was the first king of Israel that G-d Himself elected, whom the prophet Samuel anointed with holy oil. Such an anointing was by no means a light matter. Many Rabbis find it odd that Jesus was never anointed with holy oil because this had long been tradition to anoint all of G-d’s Christs.
David’s next great event is found in slaying the giant Goliath and is looked up too by all Israel. Even the Philistines admired and feared Him because during those days; for one to subdue his enemies and provide safety unto His kingdom, was looked upon as a god. David then becomes dear, for a time, to Saul––the second king of Israel who G-d had rejected as being king of His people. Saul appoints David as the captain of his troops, yet later became his enemy because of his jealousy towards Him, for the Israelitish women praised David for slaying tens of thousands, while Saul is only found slaying a few thousand (I Sam 18:7). He later attempts to kill David by throwing a javelin at Him, yet David avoids the javelin, and Saul perceived this to be an indication that G-d was with David and therefore feared him. He therefore gives his youngest daughter, Michal, to David for wife in hopes that she might be a trap unto him, seeing the dowry was a hundred foreskins of the Philistines and his hope was that David would fall at their hands; yet David understood Saul’s devious intent and therefore behaves himself wisely in his presence.
David and his soldiers are then found killing two hundred Philistines and therefore fulfills the dowry. Saul’s fear towards David increases, yet hates him all the more. Saul then consents with his servants and Jonathan his son that they should kill David, yet unbeknown to Saul, Jonathan and David were close friends and he warns David of his father’s plan. David therefore flees from Saul and dwells in the cave of Adullam, where four hundred people from various towns come to dwell with him. After so long a time, they then dwelt in the land of Judah.
David then gets word that the Philistines warred against the town of keilah (a town of Judah), slaying its inhabitants. He then enquires of the Yahweh if he should go and war against the Philistine army? G-d tells him; “Go, and I will deliver them unto thine hand.” David then becomes a band of four hundred soldiers––a sort of freelance militia group, and his own counselor is G-d. David continues to gain followers and even has occasion to slay Saul when he slept, yet David said in his heart; “G-d forbid that I should kill the LORD’S anointed” and therefore cut off a piece of Saul’s garment. David therefore fled from Israel, fearing that He would die some day at the hands of Saul. Ironically; he dwelt with Israel’s enemies, the Philistines. King Achish even gave David the city of Ziklag for his own dwelling place. He further recognized David as one that is equal unto an angel of God (I Sam 29:9) and found no wickedness in him.
After the death of Saul and of his son Jonathan who fought in battle alongside his father, David was then elected King of Judah and ruled Judah for seven years and six months, while Saul’s son (Ish-bosheth) ruled upon his father’s throne. David then increases in strength and might, even has seven wives, and yet, Ish-bosheth decreases in power, for the LORD had spoken of David, saying; “by the hand of my servant David I will save my people Israel out of the hand of the Philistines, and out of the hand of all their enemies.”
After the slaying of Ish-bosheth (King of Israel), all the elders of Israel came unto King David who presided at Hebron (Judah) and anointed Him King of Israel. He was thirty years old and reigned over Israel for thirty-three years. He then dwelt in the fort entitled “Zion” and named it the city of David…
His fame spreads rapidly throughout the region, for even the King of Tyre (David’s concubine) sent his messengers and carpenters and cedar trees unto David to build him a house.
David then undergoes a series of battles in preserving His kingdom, ensuring His land dwelt in safety and is successful in making Israel an independent state, while at the same time coming ever so closely to G-d in their relationship and David persistently holds to G-d’s commandments and advices. Even though he is found with a few faults (one major sin), repents and humbled himself dearly before G-d who forgave him his trespass.
If all that is not enough; we then have the great prophet David whose writings portray a maze of intricate and deep understanding in G-d and His ways. G-d then makes David His firstborn––heir to His kingdom and makes such a great and perpetual Holy Covenant with David that His throne was to endure as long as the sun and the moon.
The deep Psalms also portray some of the most ambiguous and scrutinized verses found in the Holy Scriptures that have puzzled the best of scholars, rabbinic authors and Christians alike. In fact; one might even say that all compilations of the Psalmist could not have possibly been composed by a single hand, but rather separate characters of men due to the unstable, or, changing in character scripts. This is true, for in many cases it has been the Holy Spirit that spoke through Him concerning future events, directing David’s hand to write the things that needed to be inscribed. It is equally true that David hid many of His secrets that pertained unto future events by mixing them with events that already took place during His time. Psalm 18 is a good example of this for the deeper meaning is pertaining unto the future, when Yahweh returns with the saints to deliver the elect-David and His kingdom.
We then have all those infamous prophetic writings from numerous prophets concerning the future destiny of King David like Enoch, Jacob, Balaam, David Himself, the “wise woman,” Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Amos, Habakkuk, Jesus himself, Paul and even G-d reveals directly by His own Holy Mouth to the prophets that David shall return and once again give rest unto His chosen people (Ezekiel 37).
What is interesting though is that these writings and prophecies did not cease after the Tanakh (written Hebrew Bible) came to be in its completed form. There are numerous ancient Talmudic legends that make mention of David’s return. We also find a two Messiah doctrine, yet each differs in character quite drastically. One is the obvious mainstream Christian belief of a suffering one that bears the sins of Israel, yet has nothing to do with the destruction of the sinful world. The other is a conquering Messiah to which Jesus himself affirmed and testified to in the “coming of the Holy Ghost,” along with His parable concerning the “man” that built the kingdom (Mark 12:1). You must realize that Jesus himself was a Jew that studied the Torah and the Septuagint (LXX) and was well versed in the Messiah doctrine. However, Christians believe the Holy Ghost has already come during the “day of Pentecost” which Jesus foretold to his disciples, and therefore the event already occurred. I am sorry to tell you that this was merely a prelude to what should come at the end of time which I shall be glad to present in detail, which you will see that Jesus meant something entirely different from what the church have lead people to believe. But Christians also believe that Jesus will abolish evil from the world when He returns, which then presents a paradox with what Jesus himself said. This is clear in the Old Testament writings which explicitly state that Yahweh Himself shall return to conquer the kingdom of night (see also Ps 110 which we will visit). I believe this misconception to be the fault of the early church by conjoining these two Messiah’s in one man, Jesus, and therefore throughout the centuries it became the popular belief.
In some ancient rabbinic legends and writings we find that David is to be resurrected, or reincarnated and becomes the conquering Messiah that ushers in the peaceful millennium. Yet is this not written in the Judeo-Christian Bible? This “Hebrew Biblical theology” stands equal to my doctrine because there is a vast amount of Biblical scriptures that affirm and testify to this. These ancient rabbinic teaching are not known to most Christians because of the great divide among them and the Jews which is the obvious Jesus. For the most part, mainstream Judaism is antichrist and believe He was a false prophet due to a few ancient Old Testament prophetic writings that pertain unto a direct descendant of David as being the Messiah, along with the two separate natures of the Messiah, and therefore Christians stay away from these rabbinic teaching and hold to the teachings of the church. Yet in doing so, they have made their own religion that suits their desire, yet it contains too many loopholes because there are too many contradictions that the simple Christian will not see and therefore throughout the centuries, their beliefs have been handed down to their children from generation to generation, church fathers to their church and thus; what was first based upon the truth, is now half-truth and is lacking to the wise.
I believe that this is in part the reason for the Catholic church frowning upon other, non Catholic based interpretations of scripture because according to them, their interpretation is the only correct one and all others are shunned. In this way they can keep their congregation confined to their doctrine. The truth of it is, is that the Bible should be viewed as an open book which is to say; open to interpretation. As Paul inscribes; “test all things, prove all things and hold fast to what is good” (I Thess 5:21). In other words, never accept doctrine without proving it with Scripture because scripture is the foundation to all doctrines, and, seeing the vast amount of doctrines i.e., Christian and Jewish denominations that currently exist, proves it. That said; it is our G-d given right to prove and test Scripture so we can make the determination what is true or false. Christianity is not the only religion that has multiple doctrines; Judaism too has many different doctrines. It is equally important to understand the vast amount of times that the Judeo-Christian Bibles have been translated and edited from its original Hebrew and Greek form and therefore lost its integrity because things were added or subtracted therefrom. This is most upsetting.
Finally, Reading and searching the Bible are two very different things; all scholars and the learned in scripture will testify to the vast amount of time and effort that we all put into a single scripture in order to identify its precise meanings. There are some scriptures where I have spent hours, even days trying to understand its true meaning or implications. It is also important to verify and corroborate what other sources have to say, for it is true that many see what they want to see in order to validate their doctrine or views. I make all attempts *not* to be found guilty of this, but to present the facts and corroborating scripture to prove it. Though the Bible can be difficult to understand at times, it is also very simple to understand, for some things are quite obvious if you use your own intellect instead of asking what someone else thinks.
I will commence with a portion of the Haggada
DAVID IN PARADISE
1 The death of David did not mean the end of his glory and grandeur. It merely caused a change of scene. In the heavenly realm as on earth, David ranks among the first. The crown upon his head outshines all others, and whenever he moves out of Paradise to present himself before God, suns, stars, angels, seraphim, and other holy beings run to meet him. In the heavenly court-room, a throne of fire of gigantic dimensions is erected for him directly opposite to the throne of God. Seated on this throne and surrounded by the kings of the house of David and other Israelitish kings, (Twenty-four elders) he intones wondrously beautiful psalms. At the end he always cites the verse: “The Lord reigns forever and ever,” to which the archangel Metatron (Enoch transformed into angel) and those with him reply: “Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts!” This is the signal for the holy Hayyot and heaven and earth to join in with praise. Finally the kings of the house of David sing the verse: “And the Lord shall be king over all; in that day shall the Lord be one, and His name one.”
2 The greatest distinction to be accorded David is reserved for the judgment day, when God will prepare a great banquet in Paradise for all the righteous. At David’s petition, God Himself will be present at the banquet, and will sit on His throne, opposite to which David’s throne will be placed. At the end of the banquet, God will pass the wine cup over which grace is said, to Abraham, with the words: “Pronounce the blessing over the wine, thou who art the father of the pious of the world.” Abraham will reply: “I am not worthy to pronounce the blessing, for I am the father also of the Ishmaelites, who kindle God’s wrath.” God will then turn to Isaac: “Say the blessing, for thou wert bound upon the altar as a sacrifice.” “I am not worthy,” he will reply, “for the children of my son Esau destroyed the Temple.” Then to Jacob: “Do thou speak the blessing, thou whose children were blameless.” Jacob also will decline the honor on the ground that he was married to two sisters at the same time, which later was strictly prohibited by the Torah. God will then turn to Moses: “Say the blessing, for thou didst receive the law and didst fulfill its precepts.” Moses will answer: “I am not worthy to do it, seeing that I was not found worthy to enter the Holy Land.” God will next offer the honor to Joshua, who both led Israel into the Holy Land, and fulfilled the commandments of the law. He, too, will refuse to pronounce the blessing, because he was not found worthy to bring forth a son. Finally God will turn to David with the words: “Take the cup and say the blessing, thou the sweetest singer in Israel and Israel’s king. And David will reply: ‘Yes, I will pronounce the blessing, for I am worthy of the honor.’” Then God will take the Torah and read various passages from it, and David will recite a psalm in which both the pious in Paradise and the wicked in hell will join with a loud Amen. Thereupon God will send his angels to lead the wicked from hell to Paradise.
Believe it or not, like it or not, the above Haggada is 100% true. Where did these rabbinic authors gather such a great notion, and how did they come to the conclusion of David as being such a Great and Deific person? The Christian’s first response to this would be that David is the Christ of the Jews; while a theosophist master like myself, along with some scholars and Kabbalists would reply; this mystery is chiefly seen in the Tabernacle of G-d/David seeing the first Temple was built for both David and G-d and therefore the throne of Judgment is also David’s (Ps 122:5). The other reason is found in the perpetual Holy covenant that G-D made with David and how his kingdom would last for all generations. On these premises alone I should be so bold to say this David is the Godhead. Other details that lead to these hypotheses are sprinkled throughout the Bible. We shall visit these.
If David’s purity should be questioned due to his sin and therefore was found with the same fault of others; it is not the past sins of one’s terrestrial body that is owned by “sin and evil matter” that one should take into account, for all have sinned and come short of the glory of G-d. Jesus Himself was born in sinful flesh (Romans 8:3. Compare also with Ps 51:5. Conclusion=all flesh inherited the sin of Adam). Although Jesus did not sin in his flesh, but lived a perfect and righteous life through the actions of the Spirit of Truth that inhabited his body, he was still born of sinful flesh. In heaven, all things are reborn anew and past sins should not be held in remembrance seeing it has been forgiven. A great deal should also be said about sin and its concept which is probably a little too lengthy to get into here and now. But the concept of sin is a very disturbing one to me because it prevents anyone from ever achieving eternal life. This leads me to believe that the concept was forged by the Devil’ hands in the depths of hell to prevent anyone from ever returning to Paradise, and I don’t think G-d had anything to do with it. In fact; I don’t even believe that G-d will ever hold anyone against it because it is human nature. Again; I might know what a Christian reader might say to the above; “Since Jesus died on the cross and paid the price for all who sin that have accepted him as the Son of God, once that person dies he or she will then go to heaven”. Seriously? Why die, for then death/sin claimed that person as his own!!! Jesus himself thought and taught the same things. One must understand the basics here to sin and its rulers, along with eternal life and its ruler. Again, right and left. In all actuality, if Jesus was the perfect man, he then should have never died because the “perfect man” is to overcome the angel of death and thus, never die, but live and proclaim it unto the world.
Another facet of David’s sin is this: Had he not sinned, he would have been perfect and therefore the sacrificial lamb, Jesus, whose purpose was either to make an everlasting atonement for sin by shedding His blood on the altar of the earth, or to remove and transition the burden of sin that was set upon the shoulders of the high priests ever since Aaron, unto the papists. Thus, the sins of Israel were no longer to be cleaned by the high priests of the Temple, but by the Pope. This however, was obviously not the mission that G-d reserved for David, for the time was not yet present. King David was not a high priest, but rather the true Son of G-d! Keep in mind that atonement for sin was not the doing of the benevolent G-D (ELOHIM) but rather the malevolent God Azazel. See also Lev 16:10, in the scapegoat sent into the wilderness to be sacrificed unto Azazel as Mathew 4:1 also inscribes. I talk more about this on the real Jesus, who was he. On that page, Scroll down to the heading “the Gospel according to Matthew” and then scroll up to the “scapegoat into the wilderness” marked in red.
G-d reserved David to be the great warrior, defender and everlasting King of Israel and therefore how could David possibly be a man without sin? All warriors, soldiers, hit-men and men of battle tend to have quite a bit of “dirt” under their fingernails and are more susceptible to rogue actions. David was first a sheep-herder and was most likely a very peaceful youth, yet G-d took him from the sheep to tend to His “sheep.” And just as all shepherds are required to kill the prey to prevent them from eating their sheep, so it was with defending the Children of Israel. So the fact that David is only found with two sins (with Bathsheba and numbering the people) isn’t a bad “rap sheet.” Can anyone today claim two sins?
Jesus on the other hand was totally alienated from the “carnal world” and lived a very peaceful and simple life. In fact; it is possible that Jesus, like John the Baptist, was an Essene who lived the purest life, separated from cities and dwelt in desert caves, alienating themselves from worldly pleasures. It is also possible that the “missing years of Jesus,” also known as the hidden years (from the age of twelve to thirty that the Bible has nothing concerning); it is possible that He lived with the Essenes. Scholar Reza Aslan, author of ”Zealot” states that it is actually from the birth of Jesus to the age of thirty that is missing because the “Virgin Birth” story is merely a tale, a concoction of the church fathers that they concocted in order to turn Jesus into a Divine being. I believe this because Constantine the great himself questioned the Divine nature of Jesus because this had been a heated debate among the church fathers ever since the crucifixion of Jesus and therefore convened the council of Nicaea in 325 AD to determine the true doctrine of Christianity––the religion he had recently accepted as his own. This doctrine would come to be identified as the “Nicene creed.” Some thought that Jesus was simply a perfect man, while others supposed that he was G-d or G-d incarnate, or his Son, and beliefs like these were nothing new among the pagans because they had many man-Gods that they believed in. The debate at the council of Nicaea took months to arrive at a conclusion which would then define Orthodoxy. Athanasius of Alexandria insisted that Jesus was Divine, while Arius and his followers were opposed to the general consensus and therefore were banned from the empire and their doctrines were suppressed.
In believing that Jesus was Divine, quite frankly, is accepting what some thought him to be, *not* truth.
Let me present a bit of my theosophical doctrine, most of which, is ancient belief by the learned Kabbalists. Pardon in advance for the following scattered theology. I am merely presenting a whole lot of theology in a few paragraphs to get you involved with a deep subject of many different things.
In the overall “grand picture” of G-d’s intent; it seems as if G-d had been in search for a man that would be the “terrestrial father” or Godhead of His kingdom Israel which the first book of Adam and Eve affirms and states that Adam was the first candidate. [Again said God unto him, "See, O Adam, how Satan has exalted thee! He has deprived thee of the Godhead, and of an exalted state like unto Me, and has not kept his word to thee; but, after all, is become thy foe. It is he who made this fire in which he meant to burn thee and Eve]. There are four fathers of the kingdom (Israel) of G-d on earth (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and David). All fathers from Abraham unto Jacob had been rejected as being the everlasting king and prince of Israel because Israel had not yet been born. When David came into being, he was the first King that G-d Himself ordained, saying to the prophet Samuel; “This is he, anoint Him” (I Samuel 16:12). David then became the known “house” of G-d where His Holy Name (Holy Ghost) dwelt in. Even though David would die; He shall return and be known as the Holy Ghost due to that perpetual Holy Covenant.
“This is he;” in that, G-d knew David was the reincarnated Holy Ghost who dwelt on earth from the foundation of the world. As it is written in the Midrash; “Truth (Holy Spirit) was cast onto the earth to ensure creation went as planned and to endure dominion for all generations.” It is also written; Genesis 6:3 “And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.”
“My spirit” is the Holy Spirit (Truth) who was cast unto the earth to ensure the Law of G-d was in effect and to endure dominion of G-d’s hosts. “For he is also flesh;” given that, He has been embodied in many individuals throughout Biblical history. It is also written: “Let us make man in our image.” That is, the “Alpha,” also known as the first “man” (not Adam). The appellation Omega was not yet present, given that; Genesis was the beginning and not the ending of the world. Scripture says many things concerning the man, or as it should be rendered; the “first man” (Alpha) that not many have understood because He has been kept secret, to which David testifies of as pertaining unto himself as the father of the Adamic race (made in secret: Psalms 139:15…). See the two mysterious trees of creation link..
Scripture also testifies to a “Son of Man” and a Son of G-d. Adam was the son of the Alpha-Man–the first celestial deity to become incarnate in *a* primordial human (See Job 15:7), also known as Adam Kadmon (male and female in one being). Adam Kadmon (above or celestial) is not to be confused with the Adam Ha-Rishon (below or terrestrial) that inhabited the Garden of Eden. However, Adam Kadmon and Adam Ha-Rishon doctrine is not confined to two separate people that had the same name because the concept also gets technical in the various principals of the human bodies and their entities. Therefore, and according to principal here, Adam Kadmon is also the celestial crown, or the divine spark within all mankind, while the Adam Ha-Rishon is the terrestrial, beastlike nature that dwells in all. Thus, all flesh contains both celestial and terrestrial DNA because DNA is the ultimate suspect involved here. For further information on this see the two mysterious trees of creation.
We then have the predominant Son of G-D which is King David (Ps 2:7). The Son of Man can also be used to describe the saints or the children of G-d in general. Jesus too was crowned with this entitlement because such a phrase was meant to insinuate; “thou son of the first G-d incarnate *according* to genetics. Being that Jesus was an Israelite, it entitled him to be named the son of Man because we’re talking genetics here. Just as 1 Thessalonians 5:5 put it; “Ye are all the children of light (Gen 1:5), and the children of the day: we are not of the night (Devil/deep/chaos as in Gen 1:2), nor of darkness.” Thus, and according unto genetics, the early Israelites were from the angel (Adam-Kadmon) who is termed “day––Alpha” and not the children of “night––the Devil.” For this cause it was sin for them to marry Pagan woman because the seed became defiled. Concerning the phrase of the Son of Man; See the following:
Son, or son of Man: Job 25:6, Job 35:8, Ps 8:4, Ps 80:17, Ps 144:3-4, Ps 143:3, Is 51:12, Is 56:2, Her 49:18, Ez 2:1 and all throughout Ezekiel is he referred to as the Son of man with a capital “S.” Dan 7:13, Dan 8:17, Mat 8:20, Rev 14:14. You will note that only three people in scripture are presented with this entitlement containing a capital “S” for Son of man, David, Ezekiel and Jesus. This is most curious?
Book of Adam and Eve chapter 111: G-D said to Adam, “I have ordained on this earth days and years, and thou and thy seed shall dwell and walk in it, until the days and years are fulfilled; when I shall send the Word that created thee (spirit of God as in Gen 1:2. The same is Adam Kadmon or Yahweh), and against which thou hast transgressed, the Word that made thee come out of the garden and that raised thee when thou wast fallen.
He it is; and as yet to be presented, He is also the King David. We find a couple of peculiar verses in the Bible that indicates G-d, or His Holy Spirit has in fact dwelt on earth in a human form. Though this has not been known to many, others have identified this mystery. G-d Himself says to the prophet Samuel that since the time of the Exodus until King David, He has lived on earth in tents and in a Tabernacle.
2 Samuel 7:6 Whereas I have not dwelt in any house since the time that I brought up the children of Israel out of Egypt, even to this day, but have walked in a tent and in a tabernacle. 7: In all the places wherein I have walked with all the children of Israel spake I a word with any of the tribes of Israel, whom I commanded to feed my people Israel, saying, Why build ye not me an house of cedar?
“Since the time,” what about before the Exodus? Melchizedeck it is.
Ps 50:7 Hear, O my people, and I will speak; O Israel, and I will testify against thee: I am God, even thy God. 8: I will not reprove thee for thy sacrifices or thy burnt offerings, to have been continually before me. 9: I will take no bullock out of thy house, nor he goats out of thy folds. 10: For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills. 11: I know all the fowls of the mountains: and the wild beasts of the field are mine. 12: If I were hungry, I would not tell thee: for the world is mine, and the fulness thereof.
“If I were hungry?” Is another indication that He has lived in a human form. Although many readers may say it’s simply metaphoric language; corroborating scriptures indicate otherwise.
Verse 18-21 goes on to say: 18 When thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him, and hast been partaker with adulterers. 19: Thou givest thy mouth to evil, and thy tongue frameth deceit. 20: Thou sittest and speakest against thy brother; thou slanderest thine own mother’s son. 21: These things hast thou done, and I kept silence; thou thoughtest that I was altogether such an one as thyself: but I will reprove thee, and set them in order before thine eyes.
Here again; G-d has indeed walked among us in a human form.
Before I present scriptural references that pertain unto King David’s return, I would first like to explain why the Spirit of Truth sacrificed His celestial abode to dwell on earth in various humans throughout Biblical history. In explaining this to you I hope to answer a big question that many people have asked themselves about G-d and why He allows bad things to happen to the meek. First of all; during creation, the Spirit of Truth became incarnate in a primordial human (Adam Kadmon) in order to transform the pre-Adamites into a human of purer genetics (hybrid). Adam was the first offspring of Adam Kadmon and was virtually identical in appearance and genetics. Adam was the first to contain a soul, unlike his predecessor pre-Adamites who only contained a spirit of night with no light. That is, pre-Adamites did not contain any kind of genetic structure from that of the celestial kingdom of light. Their genetic structure was solely that of the terrestrial. Thus, what I am referring to as pre-Adamites were also known as the pagan nation that was not the creation of Yahweh, but rather the creation of ELOHIM during days one through five. In other words; Genesis one was the creation of ELOHIM, while Genesis two was the creations of Yahweh. It was Adam (man), who became Israel that was the direct offspring of Adam Kadmon (*the Man*). You can see how this knowledge became corrupt throughout time because of the commonality of the words here. However, eventually the royal seed became mixed with that of the pagan nation (Jer 31:27) and therefore for one to revert unto the un-fallen Adam that lived in Paradise, it is a matter of genetics which as one might imagine would be impossible without Yahweh.
Now; We all know that it was the serpent (Samael, or Azazel) that caused Adam to fall from G-d’s grace and Divine protection in the Garden of Eden. What many fail to note is that the Serpent (the Devil) became one of the predominant Gods of the earth by causing Adam to fall and thus gained superiority over him. Being that Adam was then banished from Paradise and subject unto the Devil-God of hell/earth, G-d’s kingdom then left the earth yet certain angels of deity felt sorrow for Adam, especially the Spirit of Truth, who then sacrificed his celestial place to dwell on earth in order to guide mankind to the path of righteousness along with providing protection for him. Kabbalists believe that it was not G-D that banished Adam from the Garden of Eden but rather Adam “kicked G-D out” from the world, which, verily is true because the Garden of Eden was *not* one place but rather the world. This knowledge is really nothing new to the learned Rabbis, but it has been lost, especially among Christians because the story was never recited among the church fathers. The knowledge however, is not only obtained from other–non-canon ancient manuscripts and legends of the Jews but also from the Judeo-Christian Bible. I was actually surprised to find that Bart Ehrman (author of God’s Problem) came close to this but did not find the answer that he is looking that would satisfy his thirst in understanding why G-d allows evil to happen. It’s not that He allows it, but rather that He simply cannot intervene because Adam already chose his path, and in choosing, he (we) inherited a wicked God. Nonetheless, we still do have two masters–the Spirit of Truth (Yahweh) and the Devil. What’s so complicating about that? For this cause the righteous have looked for a future kingdom where G-d returns to His children and establishes them once again according to all integrity.
We shall now examine the “facts only” to all simple and the most obvious scriptural references unto David’s return. After which, I will revert unto the secret doctrine of scripture.
THE REINCARNATION OF THE MESSIAH KING DAVID
The Man after God’s Own Heart
Hebrews 4:1 Let us therefore fear, lest, a promise being left us of entering into his rest, any of you should seem to come short of it.
2: For unto us was the gospel preached, as well as unto them: but the word preached did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in them that heard it. 3: For we which have believed do enter into rest, as he said, as I have sworn in my wrath, if they shall enter into my rest: although the works were finished from the foundation of the world.
4: For he spake in a certain place of the seventh day on this wise, And God did rest the seventh day from all his works. 5: And in this place again, if they shall enter into my rest. 6: Seeing therefore it remaineth that some must enter therein, and they to whom it was first preached entered not in because of unbelief.
“And on the seventh day G-d ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made” (Gen 2:2). Adam, along with many angels did not enter into this rest and therefore displeased G-d and such was the cause for Adam’s sin and exile from Paradise. In fact, such is also the cause for the worlds current sufferings and stance seeing how some of these angels are the rulers of the world. But that’s a whole different topic. In many scriptures, including the above, we find that many feared to enter into the rest of G-d because of unbelief which raises further questions concerning this “Day of Rest.” I believe it should be rendered; “Day of atonement and reckoning,” seeing how it is the trial of ones faith. In Judaism, this would be known as the month of Elul, which stands for “Day of Reckoning and repentance” which begins during the High Holy Days, where Yom Kippur (day of atonement) is also observed. But this Day of Reckoning, or month of Elul, is not to be taken lightly. The month of Elul is merely meant for us to exercise tradition that is ultimately reserved and meant for the Great Day of Reckoning, because it is not something that anyone could possibly do in a single month. This is this Day of Rest that the ancient ones spoke of which the book of Revelation is all about. But what would this have meant for Adam and the rulers, seeing how creation had just been completed? I get more into this subject on the “Gods and Theodicy doctrine” page.
7: Again, he (G-d) limiteth a certain day, saying in David, Today, after so long a time; as it is said, today if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts. 8: For if Jesus had given them rest, then would he not afterward have spoken of another day.
9: There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. 10: For he that is entered into his rest, he also hath ceased from his own works, as God did from his. 11: Let us labor therefore to enter into that rest, lest any man fall after the same example of unbelief.
How is it that the author of Hebrews knew that King David is to return after Jesus and be the Messiah of Rest? For he clearly narrates this: “if Jesus gave rest to the people of G-d, there would be no reason for another day (one) to come” and cause all to undergo the great trial of REST, which is the REST of the Holy Ghost (the seventh day of creation, yet to be confirmed through David). This he knew because of the vast amount of Biblical scriptures that testify unto this.
Some of the modern-day Bibles have replaced the name of Jesus with Joshua and therefore the implication of the verse reflects an event that took place shortly after the death of Moses, yet in doing so; they have corrupted scripture! However, the fact that the copies of the New Testament manuscripts that we have today were written in Greek may also be the cause for the authors of these new Bible translations confusing these two people because Jesus and Joshua are virtually the same name. Joshua or Jeshua in Hebrew is Yehoshua which connotes “Yahweh is salvation.” Jesus is the English of the Greek transliteration of Yehoshua (Jeshua) from Latin. Therefore in the Greek Bible; Joshua is called Jesus the son of Nun (the successor to Moses. See book of Joshua) while Jesus of Nazareth is presented as Jesus the son of Joseph or David. The other Joshua was the son of Josedech/Jehozadak (Hag 2:4) who I now believe was reincarnated in Jesus of Nazareth (see; the real Jesus, who was he? link on the left column).
Regardless of which Jesus scholars today think it was in reference unto, we can easily identify which Jesus it was by carefully reviewing the above scripture of Hebrews. Neither David nor Moses’ successor Joshua nor Jesus effectuated the infamous Day of Rest! This is why it is important to corroborate and test scripture. Let’s first assume the verse appertains unto Joshua; we should then divert unto the book of Joshua to verify whether or not he gave rest unto Israel. The following verse appertains to the time that the Israelites conquered the land of Israel who were led by Joshua and Michael (notice something here?), Captain of G-d’ host which took place after the death of Moses. Joshua then divided the land of Israel for an inheritance unto all tribes of Israel save Levi, for they were ordained priests to minister unto the Tabernacle of G-d and were not among those that received lot (Joshua 18:7). [Joshua 21:44 And the LORD gave them rest round about, according to all that he sware unto their fathers (i.e. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob): and there stood not a man of all their enemies before them; the LORD delivered all their enemies into their hand].
There can be no doubt therefore that this “Rest” that Hebrews mentions, appertains unto the GREAT DAY OF REST, not the literal rest where Israel dwelt in safety, for this has already been (I Kings 8:56 and I Cron 22:9). The last verse of the above presented scripture of Hebrews [V 11] clearly shows that this REST requires a great deal of spiritual effort (labor/trials of faith) and therefore how could it pertain unto dwelling in safety? Of course; I could have simply outlined what verse 9 of the above Hebrew implied. The author was referring unto his time present and therefore obviously pertains to another Messiah that should come *after* Jesus; “there remaineth therefore a Messiah.” King David it is! If you’re still in doubt, read the entire book of Joshua and be enlightened. The book of Joshua is the end result of G-d’s first promise unto Abraham which continued to be accomplished through Isaac, Jacob and his offspring Israel. It took roughly five hundred years to consummate this first promise of G-d unto Abraham, for there are roughly five hundred years between Abraham and Joshua. This Joshua was one of five mediators of the four segments of the overall plan of G-d which was; birth and deliverance of Israel (Jacob, Moses and Joshua), establishment thereof (King David) and the transformation of the Temple/church of G-d (in Jeshua/Jesus). This transformation of the physical temple into the spiritual is believed by virtually all learned sources, be they Jews or Christians because the physical temple no longer stands. The spiritual however, is quite disturbing due to the amount of doctrines that currently dominate the world. It needs to be refined by G-d which He shall do at the last day in David! At that time all religion shall come to an end for the entire world shall know the full truth.
It wasn’t until they continually sinned and rebelled against G-d that He allowed their enemies to rule over them. We then see in the proceeding chapter (book of Judges) how Israel was constantly pardoned by G-d who then continued to shelter them, yet when they committed evils in His sight time after time, He then allowed their enemies to once again rule them. After so many times of G-d delivering them, He gave up and said; “I will deliver you no more” (Judges 10:13). They then were carried away captives into Mesopotamia/Babylon and became subjects of the other Gods. However, it is impossible to know all details for *why* the children of Israel continually turned their backs on their G-d, but I can say one thing for sure…, Why would anyone turn their back on G-d unless He abused them? It is because there have been many trickster Gods that have acted as G-D, yet their intents were devious. The highest G-D needs to abolish them once and for good. The world needs a G-d. It has a Devil, but not a G-d!
The authors of the Zohar also make mention that David shall return when the sign of the Messiah appears.
Safer Ha-Zohar: Listen, said the merchant, to the words of my father, addressed to me just before his death, Never expect to behold the banner of Messiah until the bow appears in the heavens, flashing forth rays and colors of light so transcendently glorious and splendid, that the sheen of it will lighten up the whole world. When this happens, look for Messiah. We learn this from the esoteric meaning of the words, I will look upon the bow (Genesis 9:16) and remember the everlasting covenant. At present it appears in colors, faint and lustreless and only as an object to remind us that the Holy One will never again destroy mankind by a deluge of waters. When however the advent of Messiah occurs, it will appear radiant in all its beauty and splendor and G-d will then remember Israel and raise them out of the dust, as it is written, And they shall serve the Lord and David their king, whom I will raise up unto them. Jeremiah 30:9, And in that day I will raise up the tabernacle of David that is fallen (Amos 9:11), that is, in the day that the resplendent bow appears in the heavens, G-d will look upon it and remember his covenant, so that David, becoming reincarnated, shall appear again and reign in Israel…
I will comprehensively explain this Day of Rest further on. Yet the above verses of Hebrews clearly pertain unto the Seventh Day of creation.
Jeremiah 30:7 Alas! for that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob’s trouble, but he shall be saved out of it.
“But he shall be saved out of it.” Jacob is Israel and therefore as it should be rendered; “Israel shall be saved.”
8: For it shall come to pass in that day, saith the LORD of hosts, that I will break his yoke from off thy neck, and will burst thy bonds, and strangers shall no more serve themselves of him: 9: But they shall serve the LORD their God, and David their king, whom I will raise up unto them.
“Whom I will rise up?” that is, reawaken. David died roughly four hundred years before Jeremiah. It therefore implies that King David shall return to which G-d also proclaims to Ezekiel.
Ezekiel 34:23 And I will set up one shepherd over them, and he shall feed them, even my servant David; he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd. 24: And I the LORD will be their God, and my servant David a prince among them; I the LORD have spoken it.
In Biblical scripture we find two everlasting Princes of Israel. One is King David and the other is Michael the Archangel (Dan 12:1). The above and the following scripture pertain unto the peaceful millennium.
Ezekiel 37:21 And say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the heathen, whither they be gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land.
22: And I will make them one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel; and one king shall be king to them all: and they shall be no more two nations, neither shall they be divided into two kingdoms any more at all.
This is in reference unto the reunification of Judah and Israel, or, as I view it today as being understood as the unification of the Jews and Christians through David.
23: Neither shall they defile themselves any more with their idols, nor with their detestable things, nor with any of their transgressions: but I will save them out of all their dwelling places, wherein they have sinned, and will cleanse them: so shall they be my people, and I will be their God.
24: And David my servant shall be king over them; and they all shall have one shepherd: they shall also walk in my judgments, and observe my statutes, and do them.
25: And they shall dwell in the land that I have given unto Jacob my servant, wherein your fathers have dwelt; and they shall dwell therein, even they, and their children, and their children’s children forever: and my servant David shall be their prince forever.
King David is therefore the Prince and everlasting King of Israel and Israel; is also known as the kingdom of G-d on earth. King David is therefore the Captain of G-d’s host.
26: Moreover I will make a covenant of peace with them; it shall be an everlasting covenant with them: and I will place them, and multiply them, and will set my sanctuary in the midst of them for evermore.
27: My tabernacle (house/kingdom) also shall be with them: yea, I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
28: And the heathen shall know that I the LORD do sanctify Israel, when my sanctuary (Garden) shall be in the midst of them for evermore.
This obviously pertains unto the peaceful Millennium where King David shall rule. We now have corroborating evidence that in fact validates the above presented scriptures of Hebrews as pertaining unto David, not Joshua or Jesus. Many Christians question that chapter; “why is David seen here and not Jesus?” Rabbinic authors answer with the postulation that King David is the only true Messiah (correct!), while Christian authors and some scholars claim that David, is simply a symbol that stands for Jesus and it is Jesus that is king and shepherd. Seriously? Please! If G-d meant to insinuate Jesus here He would have said so, for He can certainly speak for Himself.
Hosea 3:5 Afterward shall the children of Israel return, and seek the LORD their God, and David their King; and shall fear the LORD and his goodness in the latter days (last days).
“Afterword” is in reference to; “after they have been disbursed into all nations, I will gather them from all places and bring them back to the Promise Land during the last days, when King David arises and rules again in Israel during the third temple period, just before the antichrist (anti-David or anti-Zionist) rises and occupies the same.
Compare also with Psalms 53:6 “Oh that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion (David)! When God bringeth back the captivity of his people, Jacob shall rejoice, and Israel shall be glad.
I would agree with the “Jacob would rejoice and Israel would be glad,” not too sure what the Christians would think though? Yet did not Jesus testify to this in the coming of the Holy Ghost that should come after him and deliver them from sin? Open your eyes and see how the churches have twisted the implication of the following scripture to reflect something that already occurred. In doing so…, they have slammed the door in G-d’s face by removing knowledge from their congregation, leading them to believe that those things inscribed have already occurred.
John 14:26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost (Spirit of Truth), whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you (As also expressed in Hosea 3:5).
Unless we understand all principals of angels, spirits and the Holy Ghost, we might assume that this is in reference unto the mysticism of the Divine which the Holy Ghost shall teach us in spirit, which, verily occurred at the Day of Pentecost and continues to manifest itself unto all those that desire learning. However, once we decipher and question everything written here, we see something much greater than the Day of Pentecost. “And shall bring all things to your remembrance;” does it not insinuate that much time has passed since Joshu,,, I mean Jesus, and the doubts of many are increasing due to scholarly books that question the validity of the Gospels? Depending on the extent of your knowledge in the history of the Bible, especially the New Testament Gospels and how the canon Bible evolved; there is much upsetting truths about them that many simply do not know, yet others are losing faith due to them…. And for good reasons.
Unfortunately, the true meaning of Jesus’s teaching concerning this “one that is to come,” has been altered by the early Roman church to reflect their theology and till this day, Christians believe that this “coming of the Holy Ghost,” already occurred during the “Day of the Pentecost.” This was merely a prelude to what should come. This was one reason for the Jews not believing in Jesus because he did not give Rest to Israel, nor did he subdue the kingdom of night (sin). If there has been anyone that has ever giver rest unto Israel it would be G-d, Joshua and David. Yet this was obviously not the REST that G-d had in mind, for this Seventh Day of Rest is the Day of Reckoning that Adam was required to confront prior to him reentering G-d’ world––Paradise.
In believing the Holy Ghost has already come and fulfilled His purpose is like me sending out party invitations where there will be drinks, fast-food, movies and music. The guests arrive at the set appointed time and find the drinks, fast-food and music, yet only a few of them seem to question; “Where are the movies?” There are so many great events that are attached to this coming of the Spirit of Truth who shall be embodied in King David that have clearly not occurred as yet.
John 16:7 Nevertheless I tell you the truth; it is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you.
Why won’t the Holy Ghost come if Jesus was still present? How could He, for He was embodied in Jesus, yet under entirely different circumstances. In the grand picture; Truth has many missions, most of which have been presented on the “the real Jesus, who was he? Yet with respect to delivering one from hell (earth––Adam’s subjection unto the Devil-God), He has two ultimate missions and at separate timeframes which are; atonement for sin (Jehosadak–Jehovah-justified) and the removal from sin (Devil-God) from the world. Here again; right and left doctrine. How should atonement for sin be made when as yet its chief is still the ruler of the world? It is of no affect people!
8: And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment.
This is clear to me that in fact, the Holy Spirit will come after Jesus in another “male human form” and will remove sin from the world.
9: Of sin, because they believe not on me.
10: Of righteousness, because I go to my Father, and ye see me no more (Interesting statement!)
11: Of judgment, because the prince of this world is judged.
Enquire yourself; has sin and its manifestations been destroyed yet? Has the Devil been convicted which is scheduled to take place during the Apocalypse? These “great events” have yet to be fulfilled because in order to convict sin and its manifestations, the Devil must first be removed from power!
12: I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now. 13: Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.
Here again, it couldn’t be clearer! The Holy Spirit is yet to come in an embodied form. There is another peculiarity to the verse; “but ye cannot bear them now.” This tells me that the Christian doctrine is incomplete and that that the Christian Religion has never reached it’s full enlightenment! The fact that the majority of Christians will not understand, nor accept the doctrine that you are reading is proof that a “refreshment course” is needed for them.
14: He shall glorify me: for he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it unto you. 15: All things that the Father hath are mine: therefore said I, that he shall take of mine, and shall shew it unto you.
Now tell me that this has already been fulfilled during the Day of Pentecost? Please people! The above passages are further strengthened by Jesus’s parable concerning the Father David that comes to destroy those that crucified Him (see the real Jesus, who was he?).
Psalms 16:9 (David says) Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest in hope. 10: For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; (Subject unto reincarnation) neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption.
David *is* the Holy One of G-d (Holy Spirit within Him), yet being that David knew He would not ascend into heaven after His death due to that sacrifice that His Holy Spirit made at the foundation of the world and therefore was subject to live His life on earth (hell. See also: Deut 32:22). He is glad, being that, He had faith in G-d who would rise Him up at the last day in order that He might carry out His final mission of giving rest unto His people. “O that the salvation of Israel would come out of Zion––David” (Ps 14:7). Some Bible commentators and scholars (not all) attribute this “Holy One” unto Jesus. David is clearly speaking on His own behalf. Again; reasonable suspicion to believe, is all that’s required in any court of Law. Scholar Reza Aslan also attributes this unto David, the true Son of G-d.
Psalms 9:13 Have mercy upon me, O LORD; consider my trouble which I suffer of them that hate me, thou that liftest me up from the gates of death: 14: That I may shew forth all thy praise in the gates of the daughter of Zion: I will rejoice in thy salvation.
Psalms 3:5 I laid me down and slept; I awaked; for the LORD sustained me.
“Sleep,” is in no way literal reference but rather “death.” See also: Ante-Nicene fathers Vol I Chapter XXVI.
Compare also with Isaiah 26:19 Thy dead men shall live, together with my dead body shall they arise. Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust: for thy dew is as the dew of herbs, and the earth shall cast out the dead.
Psalm 71:20 Thou, which hast shewed me great and sore troubles, shalt quicken me again, and shalt bring me up again from the depths of the earth. 21: Thou shalt increase my greatness, and comfort me on every side.
Psalms 17:15 As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness.
That is; “when I reincarnate, I shall rise to the likeness or character of Truth. To signify; He shall rise and walk in the footprints of Truth.”
Psalms 57:8 Awake up, my glory; awake, psaltery and harp: I myself will awake early.
“I shall awake early.” It is rendered in Isaiah 66: “before her pains came, she was delivered of a man child *Zion*.’” Isaiah 66 is a very complex foretelling of many things that are jamb packed in a few small verses and I hate to get into that here because it is so ambiguous to everyone that I have ever presented it to. The overall implication though, is that David awakes from sleep, or is reincarnated *prior* to the queen of heaven (mother earth=Satan=the world) feeling the pain of birth (enlightenment). That is; David undergoes a series of trials and tribulations and prevails (for as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth the world). Again, in other words, as soon as David overcame tribulation, the world then must also go through the same tribulation. This is the overall concept behind 66.
Psalms 139:18 If I should count them, they are more in number than the sand: when I awake, I am still with thee.
“When I am reincarnated or return, I will still be with thee.” Daniel also makes a similar statement when he enquires from G-d concerning his return.
Daniel 12:13 But go thou thy way till the end be: for thou shalt rest (die), and stand in thy lot at the end of the days.
Safer Ha-Zohar: The Holy One said to Daniel, ‘Go thy way till the end come, for thou shalt rest.’ Thereupon Daniel turned and said, ‘In which world shall my rest be, in this or the world to come?’ ‘In this world,’ replied the Holy One, “where rest is necessary, ‘as it is written, ‘He who walks in the right way shall rest in his bed’ (Is. LVII. 2). Then asked Daniel again of the Holy One, ‘Shall I be of the number of those who will rise again at the end of the world?’ The Holy One replied ‘Thou, shalt rise.’ Said Daniel then ‘I know that amongst these who shall rise, there will be upright and just men who during their lives on earth walked in the path of truth, and others there will be who have done wickedly, but as yet I know not amongst which I shall rise again.’ Said the Holy One, ‘In thy lot or state in which thou diest.
“In thy lot or state;” That is; “in your righteous state in which thou diest.” Believe it or not, many scholars believe that Moses and Aaron will reincarnate and be the end-time prophets that Revelation mentions. The apocalypse of Peter however, states that Enoch and Elijah will be the final prophets. I believe that it will be King David and Elijah.
Isaiah 52:1 Awake, awake; put on thy strength, O Zion (David); put on thy beautiful garments, O Jerusalem (people of G-d), the holy city: for henceforth there shall no more come into thee the uncircumcised and the unclean.
Perhaps one of the greatest Psalms to be accredited unto David’s return is one of the most popular Psalms that have been recited by many for thousands of years.
Psalm 23:1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2: He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3: He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.
“Waters,” also carries the connotation of peoples or spirits. “Still waters,” the dead?
4: Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod (Truth) and thy staff (Mercy) they comfort me.
Job likewise makes a statement to this “valley of shadow of death.” Job 10:21 Before I go whence I shall not return, even to the land of darkness and the shadow of death;
5: Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 6: Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever.
Isaiah 55:3 Incline your ear, and come unto me: hear, and your soul shall live; and I will make an everlasting covenant with you, even the sure mercies of David. 4: Behold, I have given him for a witness to the people, a leader and commander to the people. 5: Behold, thou (David) shalt call a nation that thou knowest not, and nations that knew not thee shall run unto thee because of the LORD thy God, and for the Holy One of Israel; for he hath glorified thee.
“The Holy One of Israel;” should not confuse the reader in thinking that this is confined to Jesus because the Holy One is the Spirit of Truth which, again, is not Jesus. See: 2 Kings 19:22, Job 6:10, Psalm 78:41, Isaiah 1:4 etc. King David is also the Holy One which we will see here shortly. Some of the great prophets were also crowned with this title; See Psalm 89:18-19 and Psalm 16:10.
The plain view of the above verse of Isaiah 55:3 has caused many to believe that it pertains unto Jesus? Once we dissect all characters we find otherwise. In verse (5), let us consider that G-d addresses the Messiah David or Jesus? Consider the two last appellations in the; “because of the LORD thy God, and for the Holy One of Israel.” If G-d was addressing Jesus, who then would the Holy One be? Obviously David (Psalms 16:9-10). If, however, G-d was addressing David, the Holy One would then obviously be the Spirit of Truth (Holy One in truth Is 10:20). “Even the sure mercies of David. 4: Behold, I have given him for a witness.” There can be no doubt here that G-d is referencing David, not Jesus.
See the great Adam Clarke’ commentary of the Bible: http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/cmt/clarke/psa110.htm
Notice how Clarke’s comments in the second paragraph contradict himself? Nor did he properly comment on all facets to every verse. He was simply hiding the truth!
Bible.cc differs in interpretation: http://biblehub.com/psalms/110-1.htm
The fault of all commentators is all one and the same, for they do not propagate reincarnation doctrine nor do they recognize King David as a Lord and therefore it must be referring unto Jesus, not David, for He has long been dead and to admit that King David shall return is to admit reincarnation is true which than becomes conflicting with their “Jesus doctrine.” This is a good example of hiding scripture on their part.
Psalms 40:7 Then said I, lo, I come in the volume (revelation) of the book (G-d’s book=Bible) it is written of me.
Darn right it’s written, it’s written all over the place! “In the volume of the book?” Since the book of Revelation was not yet written during David’s time, David’s insinuation was that He would return to judge the living at the end of the world (Psalms 75:2); i.e. book of judgment.
Unbeknown to many; the Psalms contains many passages relating unto the Apocalypse. From them, many apocalyptic prophetic writings evolved. This “volume of the book” is also seen in the angel whose name is the Alpha and Omega that appears to John on Patmos that Revelation 1:1 mentions. Unfortunately, many of these prophetic writings that concern the apocalypse which originate in the Psalms have been changed and manipulated for Christendom theology and such changes are found in the book of Revelation.
Psalms 75:2 When I shall receive the congregation I will judge uprightly. 3: The earth and all the inhabitants thereof are dissolved: I bear up the pillars of it. Selah.
Here we have a sharp turn that brings us to a screeching halt that leads us to a very interesting question. “The earth and all the inhabitants thereof are dissolved.” Many Scriptures that reference the Apocalypse all carry this “inhabitants of the earth shall be dissolved.” Why is King David at the end of the world, judging the congregation while bearing the “seven pillars or foundations” of the world? “I bear up the pillars,” is in reference to the seven angels of the churches that the book of Revelation commences with. Six of these angels are fallen, with only one (Philadelphia) remaining righteous. It therefore implies that David is the angel of the church of Philadelphia, and the Alpha and the Omega that bears the seven spirits in His hand is also He. Verily; it may be that the Holy Ghost was simply prophesying through him, speaking on His own behalf that it is He that shall try the world. Yet this then leaves us with many questions due to those previous and yet to be presented scriptures that pertain to David which all seem to relate to the same event. We also need not forget that David is the everlasting body/name where the Spirit of Truth will live in (see the real Jesus, who was he?)
As stated; there are a vast amount of Biblical scriptures that testify to David’s return, most of which are quite obvious. Seeing how I am inevitably getting into deep subjects and a very dissimilar theology to the Christian belief; I should now present an ancient belief concerning Michael and the Holy Ghost who were believed to some of the ancients to be one and the same to which the Midrash hints to. I will then present the Key of David, along with the right and left doctrines.
The Midrash states that prior to creation; G-d summoned Mercy (Goddess of compassion) and Truth (God of wrath) to enquire from them their opinions concerning the creation of man and states that Mercy favored the creation of Adam on earth because he would be a loving man and his offspring would worship G-d. The angel of Truth however, was fearful that Adam would be full of lies and susceptible to enticements from the angels of night, along with those of the wicked kingdom that dwelt on earth (Pre-adamite, also known as the pagan nation).
G-d therefore transformed the chaotic earth (Hell/deep/abyss as in Genesis 1:2) into a loving place of light where both kingdoms of light and darkness might dwell together. (I add) Though these would eventually be found contrary to each other, this “divergent state” will act as the positive and negative driving force to sustain them for thousands of years.
It goes on to say that Truth was cast to the earth to ensure creation went as planned and to endure dominion of all generations and to ensure the “law” did not slack and judgment was in effect and thus; although Michael’s name is only found in five places in the King James Bible, we see His mystical angelic being in many more places. He it is that carries out many important tasks until the end/Revelation. For this cause, Michael is known to many as the Holy Ghost. The Jehovah’s witnesses actually believe that Jesus was Michael.
I believe that King David also makes an obscure statement to the above “sacrifices” of the Holy Ghost.
Psalms 16:1Preserve me, O God: for in thee do I put my trust. 2: O my soul, thou hast said unto the LORD, Thou art my LORD: my goodness extendeth not to thee; 3: But to the saints that are in the earth, and to the excellent, in whom is all my delight.”
That verse correlated with Ps 51, affirms my suspicion.
Ps 51:11 Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy Spirit from me.
Compare also with: Ps 142:7 Bring my soul out of prison, that I may praise thy name: the righteous shall compass me about; for thou shalt deal bountifully with me.
Before closing this page with a commentary on Numbers 24; I would like to revert to the secret doctrine and present a powerful revelation concerning King David as being the new LORD of the earth. Though this knowledge is derived from multiple scriptures throughout the Old Testament (as seen), this one is quite powerful. It comes from a mysterious chapter found in 2 Samuel which is in no doubt one of the most hidden scriptures of the Bible seeing the multiple cloaks that hover over the various verses; yet once understood, it provides us with additional clues that lead to the secret Deific ordinations of King David. The parable is meant to reflect an ancient event that took place at the foundation of the world which continues to be manifested through our lives on earth until the end of time, or until the curse is ended. I have not found any other that holds this knowledge with me, for all great Bible commentators believe it is literal speech and pertains unto that time present, where the “wise woman” (Wizard) approaches David with a double cloaked parable. I believe they are simply keeping things simple because it is a perplexed subject which leads to a very dissimilar conclusion to that of the popular belief. Some details however are quite obvious and do not require intellectuality.
II Samuel 14:1 Now Joab the son of Zeruiah perceived that the king’s (David) heart was toward Absalom. 2: And Joab sent to Tekoah, and fetched thence a wise woman, and said unto her, I pray thee, feign (pretend) thyself to be a mourner, and put on now mourning apparel, and anoint not thyself with oil, but be as a woman that had a long time mourned for the dead:
This “wise woman” was one that was “learned” in the ways of G-d along with the meaning of life on earth and its subjections unto the powers of the world. These wise people are also found in scripture as wizards and dreamers of dreams. Joab requests her to pretend or act as if she was the mother of all (Eve) who mourns for her dead, seeing how it was due to her sin in the Garden of Eden that all flesh came into bondage of death. Joab then sends her unto King David to impart the “hidden matter/request.”
3: And come to the king, and speak on this manner unto him. So Joab put the words in her mouth. 4: And when the woman of Tekoah spake to the king, she fell on her face to the ground, and did obeisance, and said, Help, O king. 5: And the king said unto her, What aileth thee? And she answered, I am indeed a widow woman, and mine husband is dead.
She first answers in complaint unto her present life (indeed a widow and my husband is dead), yet then diverts from her present life and issue at hand unto the deeper significance of the matter which is seen in the proceeding verse. “My husband is dead;” is meant to direct his attention unto Adam.
6: And thy handmaid had two sons (Cain and Abel), and they two strove together in the field, and there was none to part them, but the one smote the other, and slew him (see Gen 4:8 quite obvious isn’t it?).
Being that they were the first offspring of Adam and Eve, no one else was present to interfere and therefore Cain slew his brother Abel.
7: And, behold, the whole family is risen against thine handmaid, and they said, Deliver him that smote his brother, that we may kill him, for the life of his brother whom he slew; and we will destroy the heir also: and so they shall quench my coal which is left, and shall not leave to my husband neither name nor remainder upon the earth.
“The entire family has risen against me;” Seeing how sin came into being through Eve’ rebellion against G-d by mating with the serpent, as a result; all have cursed her as the mother of sin. “We will destroy the heir;” is in reference unto Cain as being the heir or successor unto the throne of his father the serpent which the ancients believed Cain was the reincarnated serpent Azazel. This “heir” would later become Esau (the hairy one=devil) whose birthright Jacob stole which would later be given unto King David forever via the heathen nation which is also known as its king-Edom/Rome. “So they shall quench my coal which is left;” i.e. so shall my fire or wrath within me be subdued at last. “And shall not leave to my husband neither name nor remainder upon the earth;” in the Septuagint (LXX) it is rendered; “So as not to establish for my husband remnant and name on earth.” Eve is requesting that G-d removes Adam’s offspring (Israel) from the earth, that his name might be forgotten. The cause of this dark and sad request is seen bellow.
8: And the king said unto the woman, Go to thine house, and I will give charge concerning thee. 9: And the woman of Tekoah said unto the king, My lord (la·ḏō·nî as in the Hebrew Bible), O king, the iniquity be on me, and on my father’s house: and the king and his throne be guiltless.
The sin of Adam and Eve is said to continue through all flesh. “The King and his throne shall be guiltless.” In David is where it ends, for David was the Son of G-d and thus the LORD. David was also the father of Jesus and therefore the Godhead or God-particle that procreated TRUE Christianity (which today, is far from true).
10: And the king said, Whosoever saith ought unto thee, bring him to me, and he shall not touch thee any more. 11: Then said she, I pray thee, let the king remember the LORD thy God, that thou wouldest not suffer the revengers of blood to destroy any more, lest they destroy my son. And he said, As the LORD liveth, there shall not one hair of thy son fall to the earth.
“Revenger of blood” is the angel of death whose name was established at the death of Abel. Therefore a more precise rendering here would be; “Let the angel of death cease from killing any more on account of her sin, lest all men die,” for so it is.
12 Then the woman said, Let thine handmaid, I pray thee, speak one word unto my lord the king. And he said, Say on.
Continue your dark sayings…
13: And the woman said, Wherefore then hast thou thought such a thing against the people of God? For the king doth speak this thing as one which is faulty, in that the king doth not fetch home again his banished.
King David is now being equaled unto G-d––King of the world who has not yet brought back home that which was lost. Even as Jesus says, I have come to seek out that which was lost (Luke 19:10). Yet here, and concerning the woman’ complaint, the time was not yet ripe, for sin had not yet been rectified. And neither has it yet been abolished and therefore the time is still not yet ripe.
14: For we must needs die, and are as water spilt on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again; neither doth God respect any person: yet doth he devise means, that his banished be not expelled from him.
That is; “For all seem to die without being gathered by the shepherd. And as water that is lost after it has spilt upon the ground which cannot be gathered up again, so are we. Yet He doth provide means;” i.e. yet G-d does provide prophets for our spiritual nourishments that we fall not entirely away from him. There is also an allusion to the views of people at that time concerning death. It is quite obvious that they felt sort of betrayed once they faced that inevitable day and therefore provides us with clues that indicates that eternity was not something that they could attain unto. And the complaint, of course, is against G-d. For did He not promise this unto the fathers? See also the first sentence in Hebrews 11:13. Keep in mind what I mentioned above concerning sin and its concept and how it prevents anyone from achieving eternity, and I believe it was forged by the hands of the Devil himself to prevent anyone from leaving his kingdom.
15: Now therefore that I am come to speak of this thing unto my lord the king, it is because the people have made me afraid: and thy handmaid said, I will now speak unto the king; it may be that the king will perform the request of his handmaid.
Both G-d and David will consummate her (mankind’s) petition, being that it is not her complaint alone, but all (Romans 8:22).
16: For the king (David/LORD) will hear, to deliver his handmaid out of the hand of the man (Devil-God) that would destroy me and my son together out of the inheritance of God.
17: Then thine handmaid said, The word of my lord the king shall now be comfortable: for as an angel of God, so is my lord the king to discern good and bad: therefore the LORD thy God will be with thee.
Thus; the word of David is as good as the word of G-d, i.e. the Psalms. Whatever He says, so shall it be done! Ultimate conclusion; G-d ordained David to be the Godhead (His Holy Mouth and hand) that whatsoever He said and wrote on paper, would be fulfilled. Indeed; so it is…
18: Then the king answered and said unto the woman, Hide not from me, I pray thee, the thing that I shall ask thee. And the woman said, Let my lord the king now speak. 19: And the king said, Is not the hand of Joab with thee in all this? And the woman answered and said, As thy soul liveth, my lord the king, none can turn to the right hand or to the left from ought that my lord the king hath spoken (seeing the word of David is now the Word of God and nothing can be hid from him): for thy servant Joab, he bade me, and he put all these words in the mouth of thine handmaid: 20: To fetch about this form of speech (Esoteric language) hath thy servant Joab done this thing: and my lord is wise, according to the wisdom of an angel of God, to know all things that are in the earth.
Any questions? It’s pretty clear to me. Sad, but clear. Hints to the fact that David is the “new LORD of the earth” are scattered throughout the Bible.
As promised, I shall close this commentary with the first prophecy that was ever prophesied concerning the predominant Messiah found in the Old Testament.
Herein is another reason for me abandoning my former belief in Jesus as the Son of G-d and predominant Messiah. It comes from the first prophecy concerning the conquering Messiah King David that was prophesied by Balaam, hundreds of years prior to David’s birth. This particular prophecy has stirred much debate due to the duel aspects of the characters, along with the separate time frames that the Judeo-Christian Bible portrays. The Septuagint and the Tanakh however, portrays a slightly different outcome in meaning and is clear that it solely appertains unto David. The Judeo-Christian Bibles have added an “and” in a peculiar way after the “star” and therefore makes it sound like two people. Although all learned sources agree that it in fact pertains unto a predominant Messiah, the Roman church and many Christian authors have always attributed it unto their Messiah Jesus “Star of Magi,” and do not recognize King David involved in this prophecy? This is just plain pitiful, for there can be neither doubt, nor obscurity.
Note: Bible Hub commentaries are at the bottom of the page. It is important to read all commentaries because they all differ in interpretation and opinions. Keep in mind that these commentaries are simplistic in nature and do not get into the secret doctrine as I do. With this particular prophecy however, there is nothing secret about it.
External links for verification: https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/1508-did-balaam-prophesy-concerning-the-messiah http://bible.cc/numbers/24-17.htm
The prophecy is foretold by the Pagan prophet Balaam shortly after Moses delivered the Israelites from Egypt while in rout unto the Promised Land. Balaam was most likely a likeable kind of guy because of his humor. He was however, as most ascribe, a wicked man, seeing his God was most likely Pagan God (the angel of death=one of the seven EL’s) due to his keen insight and relations with the angel of death. He did however honor the highest G-d (Elohim) and held to His commands above the other El’s. Keep in mind that there are two angels of death which, again, concerns the right and left doctrine which I have briefly outlined on the “real Jesus, who was he page.”
He is first approached by Balak, king of Moab, who was troubled because the children of Israel were come close to his city and feared they would conquer his land. He enquires Balaam to pray unto his God and curse the Israelites so he could subdue them in battle, yet the G-d of Jacob approaches him and tells him not to curse them for they are His people. He complies with G-d and tells Balak that he is not able to accommodate his request. Balak then offers him much riches and power, yet Balaam insists and says; “If Balak would give me his house full of silver and gold, I cannot go beyond the word of the LORD my God, to do less or more.” He is further found blessing the children of Israel instead of cursing them and therefore Balak was upset with him, for he said; “I called thee to curse mine enemies, and, behold, thou hast altogether blessed them these three times” (Num 24:10). Among the blessings that he imputes unto Israel are great prophecies of a future Messiah that shall rise out of Israel.
Numbers 24:16 (Balaam prophesying) He hath said, which heard the words of God, and knew the knowledge of the most High, which saw the vision of the Almighty, falling into a trance, but having his eyes open.
17: I shall see him but not now: I shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Star out of Jacob and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel, and shall smite the corners of Moab and destroy all the children of Sheth (that is, children of confusion or darkness; yet this would ultimately equate unto Edom).
Tyndale likewise: http://wesley.nnu.edu/fileadmin/imported_site/tyndale/num.txt
Hebrew interlinear Bible: http://www.scripture4all.org/OnlineInterlinear/OTpdf/num24.pdf
The fact that the churches have told their congregations that this is in reference unto Jesus; when they read this scripture their minds are automatically drawn unto Jesus. While reading this scripture from the KJ Bible, it is easy to assume it pertains unto two people––the Star and Scepture. The LXX and the Hebrew Bible do not contain the “and a Scepture;” they merely present “A star, a Scepture shall rise out of Israel” which later scripture proves that David was the one that Balaam was referencing.
It is also important to note that in scripture; a star carries a few representations which are: One born from the tribes of Jacob. Also means angel or Messiah. We have all heard of the Star of David haven’t we? This Star and Scepture *is* King David that preceded Jesus. Ironically, King David is the only one in scripture that has ever been referred or likened to as an angel of God (II Sam 14:17) by three separate peoples.
There is your infamous “Star” that shall rise out of Israel. It is interesting how the churches and some scholars attribute this unto Jesus, even in spite of the corruption of the texts here. Am I to presume that they are ignorant of the Hebrew Bible and the LXX? It is merely one of the many scriptures that they have corrupted in order to instill Jesus their Christ. In doing so, they have robbed the *True* Christ King David of His glory and put it on the head of Jesus!
Enquire yourself one thing, for this is easily proved; has Jesus ever killed? It is however explicitly written concerning David: II Samuel 8:1 And after this it came to pass that David smote the Philistines and subdued them: and David took Methegammah out of the hand of the Philistines. 2: And he smote Moab and measured them with a line, casting them down to the ground; even with two Lines measured he to put to death, and with one full line to keep alive. And so the Moabites became David’s servants, and brought gifts. 3: David smote also Hadadezer the son of Rehob, King of Zobah, as he went to recover his border at the river Euphrates.
There it is; no ifs and or buts! I will admit that I am pleased with the New Oxford Annotated Bible commentaries that state; “it undoubtedly pertains unto David,” and do not even mention Jesus, most likely due to the Septuagint version which renders the star as a man. The New American Saint Joseph Edition likewise, and state; “it is doubtful that this star pertains unto star of Magi.” They do however include Jesus here seeing that scripture mentions a son of David would be the successor to David’s throne. I doubt that this can be attributed unto Jesus because he never sat upon any throne nor did he execute judgment in Israel. The successor was Solomon and all kings after him.
Now you can understand how a wise man in scripture can lose faith in Jesus once these Old Testament Messianic writings are restored unto their rightful owner––David. However, if it weren’t for Isaiah 53, which I have a hard time stripping from Jesus, I would say that Jesus was a nonexistent figure in any of the prophecies that were received by the prophets. Even though there are some scholars that lean towards the rabbinic interpretation of 53 and do not identify Jesus therein, again, I have a hard time doing this because 53 implies what I have identified in many other places which is; Jesus was simply a sacrificial lamb and scapegoat whose body was offered on the altar of the earth for the two predominant Gods of the earth––Yahweh and the Devil-God. For more on this, please see; “the real Jesus, who was he.”
Copyright © William Barney 2012