Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Ezekiels flight on an aircraft

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Ezekiel must have been fortunate enough to have been transported by these craft as, on more than one occasion he tells of his entrance, take off and journey on them. At the end of Chapter Eleven from Verse Twenty Two is one description of such an event, where he says, “then did the cherubims lift up their wings and the wheels beside them.” Twenty three, “and the glory of the Lord went up from the midst of the city and stood upon the mountain.” This is one of the craft taking off from the city and flying to a spot on the mountain visible from its place of departure. Verse Twenty Four, “afterwards the spirit took me up and brought me in a vision by the spirit of God into Chaldea to them of the captivity. So the vision that I had seen went up from me.” The spacecraft being so lifelike to Ezekiel is referred to as the spirit which took him to Chaldea where the virtual reality helmet was removed, explaining the last line of the quote. You have to remember the amount of translations from other languages the Bible has gone through and the changes each language has seen in its development down through the years which are another factor in the way we look at it and try to decipher its content and true meaning. Ezekiel had to then go and tell the people of the visions he saw in his virtual reality computer, telling of the tragedies that were about to befall the earthlings if they did not believe in and obey Gods who has control of this planet. The next few chapters begin with, “the word of the Lord came upon me saying,” which will be the Gods relaying the messages from the craft above by telepathy or, via an implanted micro-chip of the things they want Ezekiel to pass on. In chapter eleven verse sixteen we have evidence of God scattering people around the world to other countries but I will just quote the relevant part of it “Although I have cast them far off among the heathen, and although I have scattered them among the countries.” (that backs up my theory of God distributing peoples around the world) One quote in Chapter Twenty Verse Twenty Three leaves us in no doubt that these men from planet Heaven have complete control over us when it tells us, “as I live saith the Lord God, surely with a mighty hand, and with a stretched out arm, and with fury poured out, I will rule over you.” As we carry on through this book which gives us the most explicit details of space travelers we, find their displeasure at other nations attempts at becoming powerful while ignoring or disbelieving the might of God and the crews of the ships brought here, so much so, that they eventually rid the world of the cities and the wickedness within them. Tyrus was one of these cities which had been made an example of as a warning of what will come about, if the wickedness that was spreading throughout the land did not stop. If we look at these chapters in the cold light of day, it enlightens us, to the atrocities God is capable of and the human like nature that is within him. The people of Tyrus were crushed by warriors that God knew would be glad to carry out the deed and the city eventually ended up beneath the sea, never to found again it states, engulfed by Gods commanding power over all. This is another of the many examples of genocide that we can read about in the Bible whether we want to admit it or not.

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