Flood Killed Nothing

Wrong Story

Yes there was a flood, but it killed nothing.  So long as we keep teaching our children a myth, a concocted fairy tale about a punitive God that flooded the world with water destroying all living things then we are in gross error.

The responsibility for what that error has produced is squarely on our shoulders.  Namely fear that has generated wars and all manner of struggle, strain and dis-ease.

We are still planting that wrong seed in their fragile minds.  How many billions of books are on shelves around the world containing that story?  This story is but the tip of the iceberg of fairy tales and myths perpetrated in the name of God for the purpose of control.

We are suppose to be teaching about a flood of RESTnoah,manoah,nohah.  The violent storms of creation coming to an end, so that life can come forth on the MISTRESS SHIP.

Lower egypt earth gently turning in the Queen House, upper Egypt/heaven. The single Egyptian eye continually open, exposing a portion to the strength of Sunlightsamsom.  The other portion asleep under the veil that fell with the Dominant Headsarai Father Flameabram.

Without the veil the MISTRESS SHIP would have perished.

We should be teaching about the flood that was the result of the melting icekorah under heat of the sun.  This is the flood that created the Well of Living Waterbeer lai hai roi.  Without the Well of Living Water there would have been no life, no plants, no animals, no humans.

We drink of that well every moment of every moment.  Yet we write about death coming by a God that was angry.  Gag, puke.

Look around at what we have created.  The glory is we can create something different, if we choose to.  Or we can stay in the old cycle and continue on the pathway of destroying the precious gift given to us, Life.

Buddhism, Hinduism Native American Coincidence?

Buddhism, Hinduism Native American Coincidence?

Fascinating These Three

I find it intriguing that the Buddhist, Hindu and Native American traditions, beliefs and stories parallel what we wrote,  1845BC to 70AD

How is it then, that  the three major religions on the planet claim to base their beliefs on the WORD OF GOD.  Those beliefs do not reflect the same beliefs as the BHNA? Nor do they reflect our writings nor what was intended.

How is that we wrote about creation?  We wrote about the interrelated, interactive beautiful dance of ONE UNITED OXHEAD, one creation, unified by, honoring and respecting all parts of the creation.  No part better than any other part.  Looking to the elders for direction.

Humanity is the Firstborn Divine child; but the littlest kid on the block; with the greatest giftMatthew.  The gifMatthewt of Bringing LightLuke that has been squashed by the religious entity consuming human energy.  Causing us to miss Existent MarkJohn

In 75 years on the planet I have never heard a teaching on the water builders of  PERFUME of a Multitude of Nations of Laughter.  Let us take a closer look.

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What Was Depression?

What Was Depression?

What Did Our Pen Write About Depression?

A word translated in the KJB as Maachah, Maacah.  From which comes the Machathite, Maachathi, Maachathites.  Then interpreted as personages.

This word is used at least 29 times.  The table below is not in any special order.  Following the table there is one story written in the original meanings from one single verse.

Lest you think Depression is not important because it is Old Testament.  There is no New Testament without the old.  Remove all the references to the Old Testament words and the New Testament has no leg to stand on.

1 time in FIRSTGENESIS  written 1688BC place unknown
1 time in EXISTENTJOSHUA from OPEN WIDE builder of PerpetuityNUN (1646BC in the place of the skullGilgal.) (more…)

Stolen Gold Silver and Corn

Stolen Gold Silver and Corn

Christiandom’s God of War Plunder

Our pen did not write about gold, silver and corn.  Gold and silver were rare  in the Old World.  Corn was only grown in the Old World after stealing it from its source  the non Christian New World people, who developed it.

Old World Chrisitandom traveled to the New World and stole the gold, silver, corn, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, chocolate, coffee, sugar found there. In addition, the bright clear red color, which the Old World did not have.

How?  By war, by conquering.  That technique has always been used and is still being used today by Christiandom.  Warring and threats of war exactly as they translated it.

But poses itself as loving, benevolent, chosen of god, only knower of truth.

The Report to the Old World

The Christian conquerors went back to the Old World and proudly claimed that their god had given them these precious commodities. What god?  (more…)

Christianese Language

Christianese is the language developed from the INTERPRETATIONS of the translation of the KJB.

Every denominations has its own version of our stories.  I say our stories because what was written between 1845BC and 0AD was written by one human pen.

Those stories belong to humanity; not some entity that demands obedience, adherence to its interpretations.  Interpretations that are not in agreement with each other. (more…)