Melchizedek Part 9 Where Did Jesus Come From

Hello, and welcome to another video from the only source of information that you need to not only survive the current apocalypse, but actually enjoy it, and today’s video is the final part in my Melchizedek Video Series.

If you are a long time subscriber than you know that any time that I produce one of these series, I always start off by sharing very basic information, and then build up to the main point. It is not a way of holding your attention, but simply the only way that I know of revealing long hidden sacred secrets to mankind.

Our culture has a well established religious system that has been poisoning the minds of humanity for nearly 6,000 years. I don’t have that much time available for deprogramming everyone. However, I understand that if I wish to announce to the world the true identity of the single most important man who has ever lived, then I am going to have to first overturn a few basic Church Doctrinal teachings. Hopefully the previous videos in this series, have given you confidence in my authority to do so.

If you have not watched the first eight videos, I ask that you do so before watching this video. At the very least, I ask that after watching this video you go back and watch the previous videos, rather than simply dismissing what you are about to hear.

Most religions recognize that Jesus was alive and active, long before he was born of a virgin in 1st century Judea. There are many Bible verses that seem to support this concept. Unfortunately most religions use such passages in support of doctrinal teachings that are unscriptural, unprovable, and in fact illogical.

At John 3:13 Jesus said:

No one has ascended into heaven except he who descended from heaven, the Son of Man.”

Saying that he descended from heaven is understood by everyone to mean that Jesus was in heaven, but that he somehow descended down to Earth. Heaven and Earth are consistently referred to as above and below throughout the Bible. Even the Churches willingly admit that this is the case. With that understanding then we have no choice but to recognize the fact that prior to Jesus descending to Earth, he at some point ascended up into heaven from Earth. It would be nonsensical to debate this. According to what is recorded at this verse, there is no denying that at some point Jesus lived here on Earth, lived out his life and ascended into heaven, eventually returning to Earth to be born of the virgin Mary.

In Chapter 3 of the Book of John, there is a perfect example of a verse about Jesus’ preexistence that has been used by the churches in support of a religious doctrine that is completely unrelated to what Jesus was actually trying to communicate.

A man named Nicodemus goes to Jesus in the night to find out how he is able to perform miracles. He is not asking Jesus how to get to heaven or how to join his church. He specifically wants to know how he can acquire the power to do the seemingly impossible things that people were witnessing Jesus doing. Jesus responds at John 3:3 by saying:

“Truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again.”

The two words that Jesus used don’t actually translate into our English words born and again. Gennao (Strong’s G1080) does mean to be born, but the Greek word anothen (Strong’s G509) can mean a lot of things, such as from the top, from the beginning, from above, all over, or anew. The Greek word anothen is used 13 times in the New Testament, and all of the ways of rendering this word that I just listed can be found at the 13 verses where it appears. For want of a better way to render this phrase “Born Again” will suffice.

The churches teach that being born again is something spiritual. In other words a person who is alive can become something different in a spiritual sense by accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior. However, as Jesus described it, Nicodemus would not be able to perform miracles until after he died, and was raised from the dead.

The response of Nicodemus is further proof that the Greek words translated as “born again” can only mean returning to life in the flesh. At John 3:4 Nicodemus said:

“How can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter a second time into his mother’s womb?”

Jesus responded to Nicodemus’ question in a way that can only be described as cryptic.

“I am telling you, that unless someone is born of water and spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. That which is born of flesh is flesh, and that which is born of spirit is spirit.”

Fortunately for us the things that Jesus told Nicodemus are explained in greater detail by Paul, later, in chapter 15 of first Corinthians, which is the part of the Bible that clearly declares who Jesus was in his previous life.

Jesus himself declared that he had lived at some time in the distant past. In his own words as recorded at John 8:58 Jesus said.

“Before Abraham was, I am.”

According to the grammar of the ancient Greek language, this single line of text expressed the very simple idea that Jesus came into existence, before Abraham came into existence. I shouldn’t have to explain this, but Christendom has fabricated a very complex web of deceit around this verse, based on the strange way that it is rendered into English. There wasn’t anything strange about it as it was originally written in Greek, thousands of years ago, but at some point translators decided to word it this way, and by tradition they still do so to this day.

Basically what the Churches teach is that God called himself “I am” at Exodus 3:14, and Jesus called himself “I am” at John 8:58. Hence, according to the doctrinal teachings of Christendom, Jesus and God are the same person. By tradition both passages are intentionally mistranslated in all modern language Bibles in support of the Trinity doctrine. To an ancient Hebrew or Greek speaker, neither of these passages would be considered indicative of any such nonsense.

The deceptive way in which priest, preachers, elders, and ministers present this passage takes most people’s attention away from it’s true significance. Jesus was simply stating that he was alive in some form, somewhere before Abraham was born. The only reason that he used the present tense form of “I am” was to indicate that his existence to that point had continued uninterrupted. Whoever he was in the ancient past was who he was in the first century.

Quite a few Christian religions teach that Jesus was here from the very beginning, because he is either God Almighty, or a part of God Almighty. Seemingly Genesis 1:26 supports this belief.

“Let us make man in our image. Let us make him in our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all of the Earth and over ever creeping thing that creeps on the Earth.

In this verse, it really is obvious that there was more than one individual God involved in the creation process. I don’t believe that this is a translation error. Seemingly God really said “Let us make man in our image.” He did not say let me make man in my image. So just like everybody else, I want to understand how multiple gods could have been involved in the creation process. Some religions teach that one of the Gods was Jesus.

There are other verses recorded in the Bible that seem to support this belief, but under scrutiny that doesn’t actually seem to be the case. Since I really don’t understand what is meant by this verse, and don’t believe that anyone else does either, I just accept that the Bible does state that in some way there were multiple gods involved in the creation process, and Jesus in fact could be one of those gods. I will not be addressing that issue in this video, because I wouldn’t know how. The Bible simply does not explain in any detail who those gods were, or how they created our world.

As confusing as this information may be, it really doesn’t change anything about our worship. At 1Corinthians 8:5,6 Paul explained it this way”

“Even though there are many that are called gods in heaven and on Earth, and indeed there are many gods and lords. For us there is only one God, the father from whom all things are, and for whom we exist, and one Lord Jesus Christ, through whom all things are, and through whom we exists.”

Obviously Paul made a clear distinction between the one true God, and all of the others that are called gods. And he also made a clear distinction between the one true God, and our Lord Jesus Christ. So regardless of whether Jesus was involved in the Creation process somehow, to us there is only one true God, and that god is not Jesus, but his God and father, who in fact is our God and father.

At Philippians 2:5,6 Paul and Timothy encouraged the congregation to avoid selfishness and ambition using Jesus as an example.

“Keep in mind that Christ Jesus, who although he was in the form of a god, never considered himself to be equal to God, and in fact, never even thought about trying to be equal to God. But instead emptied himself as a servant being born in the likeness of men.”

Much of what is recorded in the Bible is about Jesus’ preexistence. Most people would not recognize or understand such verses because of the misdirection that has been created by the doctrinal teachings of the churches. The religions of man have dedicated so much effort into convincing us that Jesus is God, that most people never even imagine that he could be anything else.

The Bible makes it very clear that Jesus could not possibly be God. And yet millions of people around the world believe that he is. This belief is what Christendom calls the trinity doctrine. The trinity doctrine states that even though there is only one God, he is made up of three parts. The father, the son, and the holy ghost.

Isaiah 9:6 is one of the verses that is used by the religions of man to prove that Jesus is God.

“To us a child is born. To us a son has been given. The government shall be on his shoulders, and he will be called wonderful counselor, mighty God, everlasting father, prince of peace.”

Calling Jesus “mighty God” is easy enough to explain away. Anyone reading the Bible with an open mind would recognize that the word god is not just used to describe the creator. People other than the one true God are called gods. Material things such as statues, and money are called gods. Even concepts such as logic are called gods. So obviously calling Jesus a mighty god does not prove that he is the creator. But in this verse Jesus is also called our everlasting father.

Calling Jesus our father leads many to believe that Jesus must be God. As the creator, God could rightly be called the father of us all. Some believe that this phrase is figurative. In other words Jesus as our savior deserves to be called our father because we all owe him our lives, just as we owe our lives to our biological fathers.

In Part 1 of this series, I explained that according to Matthew 23:10 Jesus said that only God is deserving of being called our father, while Jesus himself is the only one that would be deserving of being called Kathegetes which means one appointed to the position of father. In other words. It is possible that God somehow, after the fact, decided to make Jesus our father, in some way that we don’t currently understand. But if that is the case we are going to have to reconcile this teaching with two basic Bible premises that may not be reconcilable.

According to God’s law, as recorded in the Old Testament, at Exodus 20:12:

“Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land that the LORD your God is giving you.”

This verse was later repeated in the New Testament at Ephesians 6:1-3:

“Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. Honor your father and mother, which is the first commandment with a promise, that it may go well with you and that you may have a long life on the earth.”

To many members of the religions of Christianity and Judaism, the commandment to honor your father and mother, is presented in such a way as to make it seem as if this law is about things like saying ma’am and sir when addressing our parents, but as recorded in the original languages of Hebrew, and Greek, this commandment is much more significant.

These two verses found at Exodus and Ephesians indicate that our very lives depend on obedience to this law. As Paul points out, honoring our parents is the first command to make this promise. That being the case we need to understand what God would consider to be appropriate honor.

Ephesians 6:1 starts off with the word children. This is an accurate rendering of the original Greek word that was used in the original text. Children is the word that we use in English when speaking of offspring. However, this verse can be made to seem as if it is specifically addressing little boys and girls. Having participated in several of Christendom’s religions, I have witnessed preachers interpreting this verse in this way.

However, that is not the case at all. Ephesians 6:1 is about the only human hierarchy ever approved by God. The family. Not just families with young children.

The significance of this one command can not be over stated, there would have been a time when no one’s parents had ever died. Every parent of every person alive would have themselves still been alive. Even Adam and Eve.

After the flood it was Noah, and his wife that would have been the recognized heads of the entire human family. Noah himself lived even longer than Adam. After the flood, Noah would have been the father of everyone alive on the Earth, up until he died at 950 years old.

According to the commandment to honor our father and mother, prior to his death, Adam would have been the recognized governmental ruler of the entire planet. And likewise, after the flood, Noah would have been the recognized governmental ruler of the entire planet.

The Bible makes this concept very clear. Church doctrine makes this concept almost imperceptible.

Ephesians 6:1 includes one very important detail about God’s hierarchy that indicates just how important acknowledging the family is:

“Children obey your parents, because it is right.”

Since this verse was originally recorded in an ancient language that is no longer spoken, we really need to examine exactly what was said in that language to get the full meaning of what God is trying to communicate to us.

The word that is translated as right (Strong’s G1342) is also translated as righteous in many other verses. Most understand the basic concept of what it means to be right as opposed to being wrong. And, there isn’t any difference between the two concepts of right and wrong and the two concepts of righteous and wicked. Giving honor to any hierarchy other than the family is wicked.

In our day many believe that it is might that makes right. In other words whoever has the most weapons and soldiers gets to determine what is right and what is wrong for those who do not have the most weapons and soldiers. However, as cute as that phrase might seem to those who belong to the religions of patriotism, nationalism, and racism, it is not at all cute to those of us who live according to God’s religion, as spelled out at James 1:26,27.

“Those Men’s religions are worthless. The only religion that is pure and undefiled in the sight of God is this, to take care of orphans and widows who are being afflicted, and to keep ourselves pure and unstained by civilization’s filth.”

Once again, “children must be obedient to their parents in order to be righteous in God’s eyes.” Obviously, all of our parents are flawed in some way, and not really worthy of the right to rule over us with absolute power. Some of us have parents that are so evil that we can’t even go anywhere near them. Jesus addressed this at Matthew 10:34-37.

“Don’t think that I came to bring peace. I have not come to bring peace but a sword. For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against a mother. A person’s enemies will be those of his own family. Whoever loves his father or mother more than me is not worthy of me. And whoever loves their son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.”

Currently many of our family members have made themselves enemies of truth, but in a perfect world obedience to parents would be a perfect law.

As I said earlier, the word children that is used in this verse is not the same as words used in other verses to describe babies, and preteens. The children mentioned could actually be of any age.

When Abraham died he was 175 years old. At the time, his great great great great great great great great grandfather Shem was still alive. Abraham would have owed due obedience to Shem all the way up to the day of his death. Prior to that he would have also owed the obedience written about at Ephesians 6:1 to Noah himself. Noah died when Abraham was 58 years old. The same understanding would apply to us in regard to any living grandparents, or great grandparents. But as I said before, wicked parents make this law nearly impossible to obey. We are all children of someone, who are themselves children of someone. And if you go back far enough we are all children of God. Obedience to parents, as difficult as it may be, is obedience to God.

The word obey, as used at Ephesians 6:1 linguistically means the honor that a man must give to anyone above him in any hierarchy. Whether by God’s natural hierarchy of the family, or Satan’s unnatural hierarchy of civilization. The word obey as used at this verse is translated from the ancient Greek word hypakouo (Strong’s G5219) and consistently means obedience to those who outrank us.

At Matthew 8:27 The Bible says that the weather was obedient to Jesus. And when Jesus was casting out demons, Mark 1:27 says that people were amazed at the fact that even the unclean spirits were obedient to him.

As I said in part 1 of this series, according to the Bible, abandoning the family hierarchy and replacing it with civilization’s governmental hierarchy was a terrible sin on the part of mankind, because it broke God’s commandment to honor our biological father and mother. So we need to try to understand if God is suggesting that we ignore our biological family hierarchy in favor of some kind of replacement spiritual family hierarchy. After all, as I’ve already said, some of our parents are really bad.

There is another concept that is repeated throughout the Bible, that is very important, and that is hard to miss. As Malachi 3:6 says:

“For I am the lord, I do not change.”

Numbers 23:19 says:

“God is not a man, that he would lie, or a son of man that would change his mind.”

Psalms 102:27 says:

“You oh LORD are the same, and your years have no end.”

And likewise at Hebrews 6:18:

“It is impossible for God to lie.”

If it was God’s plan all along to replace the family hierarchy, those people who initially received the Ten Commandments would have had no way of knowing. It would be as if God commanded them to honor their biological parents and then hundreds of years later changed his mind. Something that God is not suppose to be able to do.

I’ve been a member of several religions over the course of my life, and don’t remember any of them ever addressing this issue at all, with one possible exception. The Jehovah’s Witnesses teach that Adam, our original father, committed the unforgivable sin by eating of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and bad, and as a result experienced everlasting destruction.

The verse that this teaching is based on can be found at 1Corinthians 15:45.

“It is even so written: “The first man Adam became a living soul.” the last Adam became a life giving spirit.”

In other words according to the doctrinal beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses, our father Adam sinned and had to be destroyed for that sin. Since all of mankind inherited sin through Adam, a replacement had to be sent to die a sacrificial death in order to atone for mankind’s sins. As foolish as this may sound, similar religious doctrines, based on this passage, are part of the teachings of many so called “Christian” religions. According to the religious doctrines of quite a few religions, Jesus is said to be a second or replacement Adam.

As a young man, I was willing to accept this explanation at face value. Having read the Bible on my own, I never imagined that this verse was about Adam being replaced by Jesus, but it seemed to me to at least be plausible at the time.

In support of this doctrinal belief most religions use Romans 5:12, which says:

“Sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, so all men die because all men sin.”

The problem with this line of reasoning is that Romans 5:12 actually says:

“Sin came into the world through one person, and death through sin, so everybody dies because everybody sins.”

The word that gets mistranslated is anthropous (Strong’s G444) The Greeks had words that mean the same thing as our English words man and woman, but those are not the words that are used at this verse. Anthropou means person, actually human being.

A religious person might be willing to fight in defense of their religious doctrines, but there really isn’t anything to support those doctrines. The Bible very clearly says that Eve was the one approached by Satan and offered the opportunity to become like a god, and she accepted that offer. Adam was not involved in any part of the deal between Satan and Eve.

1Timothy 2:14 supports what I am saying and disproves the Adam sin doctrine.

“Adam was not deceived. It was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner.”

It is important that you understand this concept before I explain the Bible teaching about the first Adam, and the second Adam. Although Adam ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and bad, it was Eve who did it first. Just as Romans 5:12 says “Through one person sin entered into the world.” And because sin entered into the world through that one person, everyone sins. Including all of us, and including Adam. Adam was every bit as much a victim of original sin as we are. Adam was a sinner, but it was not he who brought sin into the world.

Something else that I need to point out, is that Eve was not actually the originator of the deal. It was Satan who enticed Eve, and hence he alone that can be accused of being the originator of sin in this world. The only reason that I highlighted Eve’s roll is because Romans 5:12 uses the word Anthropou (Strong’s G444) which means human being. In the account Satan is not called a human being, but a serpent. Even though all human beings are currently being made to pay for the original sin, it is obvious that Satan’s sin was much greater. The point that I am trying to bring out, is that Adam is not the person who brought sin into the world.

Even though what Jesus said to Nicodemus about being born again, or born from above is confusing, Paul gave an explanation that clears up much of that confusion. The most significant verse in his explanation is the passage that we have been discussing as found at 1Corrinthians 15:45:

“So it is written, the first man Adam became a living soul, the last Adam became a life giving spirit”

This simple statement is only a small part of the Bible. It cannot be taken out of context. Especially when we consider that this verse was translated into our modern languages by people working directly for the religions of Christianity.

All of chapter 15 of 1Corinthians is about the resurrection of the dead. And as part of that, Paul explained what happened to Jesus body after he was resurrected, and declares that the same thing will happen to us when we are resurrected. What Paul said closely resembles what Jesus said earlier at John 3:3-6.

“Truly I say to you, unless a person is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. That which is born of flesh is flesh. That which is born of spirit is spirit.”

Jesus was responding to a question, asked by Nicodemus, about acquiring the power to perform miracles, but he also clearly was telling Nicodemus that what happened to him was eventually going to happen to others. At Chapter 15 of 1Corinthians Paul is explaining the same thing. Verses 12-14 describes the connection between Christ’s resurrection and our resurrection this way:

“If Christ has been declared raised from the dead, how can some say that there isn’t any resurrection of the dead? If there isn’t any resurrection of the dead, then not even Christ has been raised. And if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain.”

Obviously Paul isn’t addressing the life that Jesus lived while growing up in first century Judea. He was specifically speaking about Jesus life after the resurrection, as well as the life that we might enjoy after our own resurrections.

When Jesus told Nicodemus about being born again, he had not as of that time died or been resurrected. Somehow Jesus was able to perform miracles before he was resurrected, just as were many others.

In the ancient past men called prophets were able to do many miraculous things without being resurrected, as were Jesus’ apostles. However Jesus knew that Nicodemus would never have such powers, personally, until after the resurrection. Jesus simply gave Nicodemus the information that he was actually interested in, without a lot of extra details that Nicodemus didn’t need to know. Jesus and his apostles obviously were able to perform miracles. There isn’t anything recorded in the Bible about any of the other men who performed miracles dying and being brought back to life.

According to Paul, his own ability to perform miracles was limited. At Acts 20:7-12 there is an account of Paul bringing a man named Eutychus back to life after he had fallen out of a window. But at 2Corinthians 12:6-9 Paul spoke of a thorn in the flesh that he prayed about three times, but even still, he was never able to get relief. According to Paul the Lord said to him: “My grace is sufficient for you, for power is perfected in weakness.” Paul’s miraculous abilities were completely dependent on God. It wasn’t he that brought Eutychus back to life, it was God.

One of the things that Paul said about the resurrection at 1Corinthians 15:42 is this:

“This is how it is with the resurrection of the dead. What is sown is perishable, what is raised is imperishable.”

In other words people die, but after the resurrection some people won’t die. This verse matches many verses found throughout the bible that say similar things. Paul obviously did die at some point after writing this. In fact all of the apostles eventually died. The prophets that came before them died. Even Jesus Christ died. So obviously the abilities that Jesus and others had, of performing powerful works, were significantly less than those that we can all possess, after the resurrection of the dead.

Paul went on to describe one exception to the rule, from verses 50-52.

“I tell you this. Flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable. But behold! I’m going to tell you about something mysterious. We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed. In a moment. In the twinkling of an eye. At the final trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be brought back imperishable, and we shall be changed.

Paul was simply repeating what Jesus had said at John 11:25,26.

“I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes me, though they die, yet shall they live. And everyone who lives and believes me, shall never die at all.”

The point that I am making is that the entire fifteenth chapter of 1Corinthians is about the changes that will take place in a person when they are resurrected. It is not about allowing someone to die, so that they can be replaced by someone else. Paul clearly stated in no uncertain terms that those who die will be resurrected. Hopefully everyone listening to what I am saying will take the time to read 1Corinthians 15. After hearing what I have to say, this part of the Bible will mean much more to you than it did before.

There are many verses found throughout the Bible that indicate who Jesus was before he was born of the virgin Mary in the first century. However only one clearly states who that person was by name.

Once again, 1Corinthians 15:45 says:

“It is written, the first man Adam became a living soul, the last Adam became a life giving spirit.”

If you actually take the time to read chapter 15 of 1Corinthians, you will see for yourself, that for a fact, every verse really is about the changes that take place when an individual is resurrected. Verse 45 is no different. Paul is not telling us about Adam being replaced by Jesus, he is clearly telling us about what happened to Adam after he was resurrected.

There is absolutely nothing in the Bible about anyone being resurrected in the same way that Christ was. As Paul said, “flesh is flesh, and spirit is spirit.” And flesh is corruptible. In other words we fleshly beings get sick, grow old, and die. Each and every person in the Bible that was ever raised from the dead, eventually died again. The man that Paul brought back to life eventually died, just as Paul did.

If you go back to 1Corinthians 15:22-24, Paul explained how the resurrection would eventually take place.

“Just as in Adam all die, so also in Christ, all shall be made alive. With each in their proper order. Christ as the first of those to be resurrected. Then, at his coming those who belong to him.”

This verse clearly states that Jesus was the first to be resurrected, and no one else is spoken of as being resurrected in the same way, until after Christ returns, which as of yet, has not taken place. If Adam has been raised as a life giving spirit, then Jesus would have to be Adam. There is no linguistic way around what Paul was saying. Adam and Jesus are the same person. Jesus was called our everlasting father, because he is our everlasting father.

Whenever religious people read any verse in the Bible about Jesus being first, or Jesus being our father, or about everyone alive coming from Jesus, or everyone being created through Jesus, they automatically default into the trinity doctrine, which specifically states that Jesus is God.

The problem with that false belief is that the Bible clearly states over and over again, that Jesus in not God. 1Corinthians 15:45 clearly states that Jesus is Adam. There is no denying the fact that God created Adam. There is no denying the fact that God created Jesus. Many verses confirm this. Genesis 1:26,27 clearly states:

“Let us create Adam in our image, so God created Adam in his own image. In the image of God he created him.”

All modern translations of the Bible say that God created man at this passage, however, all of the ancient Hebrew texts, clearly state that God created Adam. 2Corinthians 4:4 is a direct reference to this verse.

“The god of this age has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, to keep them from understanding the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.”

Adam and Jesus are the only two individuals specifically said to be made in the image of God. Verses such as these make perfect sense to anyone who can see that Jesus and Adam are the same man. Religious people are the ones spoken of at 2Corinthians 4:4 who cannot understand the gospel of the glory of Christ.

After comparing Jesus to Melchizedek, the Book of Hebrews made several statements about Jesus that would logically associate him with Adam.

Hebrews 1:5 says:

“For to which of the angels did God ever say, You are my son today, I have begotten you”? Or again, I will be to him a father and he shall be to me a son? And again, when he brings the firstborn into the world he says, “Let all God’s angels worship him.”

Here Jesus is called God’s firstborn son. By the time that Jesus was born, in the first century, millions of other humans had already been born, including Adam. The only explanation for why Jesus would be called God’s firstborn son, would be that he was in fact God’s first born son. Adam is the only other named individual in the Bible that is specifically called the son of God.

In the beginning the Bible clearly describes Adam as a son of God, but also describes other individuals existing at the same time, and in the same place, who were also called sons of God. Genesis 6:2 says:

“The sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair and they took them wives of all which they chose.”

Most religions state that these sons of God were not humans but angels. However, there aren’t any scriptural references to support this belief. Nowhere in the Bible are angels called sons of God. In fact, the only two named sons of God in the entire Bible are Adam and Jesus who were both fleshly humans. It is likely that each of the sons of God spoken of at Genesis 6:2, like Adam, were fleshly beings directly created by the hand of God as well. In other words, like Adam, they probably didn’t have fleshly parents. But that is only speculation. The Bible does not record any details about the creation of, or significance of, these other sons of God.

Before the creation of Adam the Bible says that God created other creatures such as birds, fish, and land animals. But no mention is made of God creating any other people. We do know that after Adam was created from the dust of the Earth, God created Eve from a part of Adam. There are absolutely no details given about how the other sons of God were created.

Knowing that God created multiple sons of God, we have to conclude that each and every one of them might be one of our ancestors. However, none of them have, as of yet, been born again. Jesus is the only one mentioned in the Bible as returning to life in a fleshly form. And it is because of this that Jesus could say at Matthew 23:9,10:

“Do not call anyone on Earth, your father, for only one is your father, he who is in heaven. And do not be calling anyone your appointed leader for only one is your appointed leader. Christ.”

Potentially each of the men called a son of God could be one of our ancient ancestors. However, nothing is recorded in the Bible about any of them being called our appointed leader. That does not alter the fact that we are to honor our fathers and mothers. If those sons of God, and daughters of men, are our ancestors, then after the resurrection we would still be bound by God’s law to honor them. In any case, the one true father of everyone alive on Earth is God. And is it through him that we all exist and live.

Noah himself had four sons, and each of them would be an ancestor of the human family, and equally deserving of similar honor. However it is only Canaan that is called the rightful king.

Even though Satan is the ruling king of civilization. Our true king is Jesus Christ. We may, by necessity, have to live by civilization’s laws, but since those laws are not God’s laws, we need not fear punishment from God if we fail to be strictly obedient to those laws. In fact many of mankind’s laws are so vile that, we by necessity may have to break mankind’s laws in order to be pleasing to God.

Something to keep in mind about Jesus, is that the Bible clearly states that Jesus was the first to be resurrected and that no one else will be resurrected until Jesus returns. There is nothing about any of the other sons of God being resurrected prior to Jesus’ return. Revelation 1:5 declares Jesus to be the first born of the dead.

“A revelation of Jesus Christ, the faithful witness, the firstborn of the dead, and the ruler of Earth’s kings.”

Since every human who has ever ruled over any part of the Earth, would be a descendant of Adam, Jesus would by default be the father and hence ruler over all of them.

Hebrews 1:8,9 says:

“Your throne O God is forever and ever. The scepter of uprightness is the scepter of your kingdom. You have loved righteousness and hated wickedness. Therefore God, your god, has anointed you with the oil of gladness beyond your companions.”

This verse is a reference to the blessing that Jacob gave to his son Judah at Genesis 49:10.

“The scepter will not depart from the tribe of Judah, and the rulers staff will not depart from between his feet, until the one to whom it belongs comes, and the nations become obedient to him.”

As I said earlier, most people believe that Jesus had to come from the Tribe of Judah, and in a sense he did. His father was a descendant of the tribe of Judah, and so was his mother. However as I covered in part 7 of this series, Jesus had no claim to the throne or scepter through either of his family lineages.

However, if we can believe that Adam was Jesus, many passages about Jesus’ association with the Tribe of Judah start making much more sense. At Revelation 5:5 we are told:

“One of the elders said to me, do not weep, for behold, the lion of the tribe of Judah, the root of David, has triumphed to open the scroll and it’s seven seals.”

Christendom teaches that these verses are about Jesus descending from Judah, when in fact that is exactly the opposite of what is being said. The lion is often used as a symbol of rulership. This verse is not about Judah ruling over Jesus, but Jesus ruling over Judah. According to 1John 5:19, James 4:4, and 2Corinthians 4:4 Satan is the current ruler of civilization. At 1Peter 5:8 Satan is compared to a lion.

“Be sober and vigilant. Your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion seeking to devour someone.”

Calling Jesus the root of David is not about Jesus being a descendant of David, it is very obviously about David being a descendant of Jesus. David obviously descended from Adam, through Judah. If you can believe that Jesus is Adam many previously confusing passages, like these, begin to make perfect sense. Those who continue to believe church doctrine will continue to remain confused.

Adam our father lived out his life and died. In the first century, God miraculously placed the life of Adam in the woman Mary in order that Adam might be born again. After being executed Jesus was resurrected from the dead. Soon the entire human family will be resurrected when Adam returns to the Earth. Like Canaan who became Melchizedek the rightful king in Abraham’s day, Adam has become Jesus, our rightful king.

Keeping in mind that Canaan the son of Noah is Melchizedek who was the rightful king in Abraham’s day, we can compare Melchizedek’s rulership with that of Jesus. What I am about to tell you about Canaan may make you uncomfortable. I will not conceal it from you. I am only making the information available so that you can form your own opinions.

I believe that many books of the Bible in their original form were pure truth. The ancient Hebrew and Greek texts that we have available are obviously more accurate than our modern day translations. If we still had access to the original copies of the first Bible books ever written, I believe that they would be even more accurate than the ancient books that still exist. Many of the inaccuracies that are found in our modern Bibles were put there intentionally, by the wicked religious leaders of Christianity. Fortunately with the help of the internet we can study the most ancient copies of the Bible and compare them to our modern Bibles, in our search for truth.

I believe that much of what I just said about the Bible can also be said about the Koran. Unfortunately I can not prove it, because I was not raised in an Islamic culture. I do not read Ancient Arabic, and I do not have access to any dependable internet resources for researching the oldest existing texts of the Koran.

Obviously high ranking members of the religious hierarchy of the Muslim faith are every bit as wicked as high ranking members of the religious hierarchy of the Christian faith. Nothing that comes from any religion can be trusted. That doesn’t mean that nothing in the Bible can be trusted, and in like manner it does not mean that nothing in the Koran can be trusted.

However, I do have access to some very basic teachings of Islam, that probably accurately represent what is recorded in the Koran. When researching information about specific Bible characters I will often do internet searches of information from the so called Lost Books of the Bible, The Deuterocanonicals and Apocrypha, The Talmud, and the Koran.

Amazingly, much of what is written in the Koran matches perfectly with what is written in the most ancient copies of the Bible. In other words whenever I discover a passage from the Bible that has been mistranslated into English, I will often find that what is recorded in the Koran more closely matches the ancient texts of the Bible than my own personal translations of the Bible.

However what is written about Canaan in the Koran does not match what is written about Canaan in the Bible, in a very shocking way. The Koran says that Canaan was a son of Noah, which confirms what is recorded in the most ancient copies of the Bible, but instead of being born of the wife of Ham, the Koran says that he was born of the wife of Noah. And unlike the Bible which says that Canaan was born after the flood, the Koran says that Canaan was born before the flood, and actually died in the flood. This deviation is rather bizarre. This conflict with the Bible is not at all typical.

Being raised in a Christian religion, I have been told all of my life that Mohamed created the Koran by simply altering stories that he had read from the Bible. If that is so, we have to ask ourselves why would he alter the story of Canaan in this way? How would doing so benefit Islamic culture? What if both stories are true?

In the Bible Jesus is compared to Melchizedek several times. The comparison between Melchizedek’s lack of pedigree, and Jesus’ own lack of pedigree can not be denied. Neither received the right to rule based on their lineage. However the circumstances surrounding the birth of Canaan and the birth of Jesus may be even more similar. If we combine the Bible narrative with that of the Koran, we have two stories of birth, death, and rebirth.

The first time that Canaan was born he would have been a pure blood. His father would have been Noah, and his mother would have been the wife of Noah. Just as his brothers Shem, Ham, and Japheth were. Adam being a son of God, having no fleshly father or mother would have been a pure blood as well.

At his rebirth Canaan’s father once again was Noah, but instead of being born of Noah’s wife, he was born of Ham’s wife. The circumstances of Adam’s birth, death, and rebirth are very similar. In the Beginning Adam’s father was God alone. At his rebirth, as Jesus, his father was still God, however in the first century he had a human mother. Specifically Mary the wife of Joseph.

Since my audience so far, is comprised mostly of Westerners with a Christian background I suspect that most will not be comfortable with the information that I just shared with you. Perhaps I should have just kept this information to myself. However I did confess to the fact that I do not have the same resources available to check the facts of what is actually in the oldest versions of the Koran. In fact some versions add details that are rather ridiculous, and probably were not part of the oldest versions.

You who are listening to this information are the first people on Earth in nearly 2,000 years to learn that Jesus is Adam. Hopefully you recognize just how special that makes you. Our father is about to return and rescue us from the father of civilization. Knowing the true identity of Jesus is not essential for survival through what is about to take place. When he arrives, we who belong to him will instantly know who he is, and what we need to do. As Jesus said at John 10:27,28:

“My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. And I give them everlasting life. They shall never perish, and no one shall snatch them out of my hand.”

Between now and then, the members of mankind’s various cults will be searching desperately for a savior. They will not patiently await the return of their father, but instead will involve themselves in the political process, protest, armed uprisings, military campaigns, and other such wicked nonsense. Humanity has a way of ignoring the lessons of history.

It is important that you understand that such behavior will soon result in the destruction, of anyone foolish enough to continue engaging in such behavior. According to Romans 6:23, the wage that sin pays is death. Even still all hope is not lost, as the Bible clearly states at Acts 24:15:

“I have the same hope in God as these men themselves have, that there will be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked.”

Knowing that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked might lead some to believe that it doesn’t really matter how we live our lives. However, all resurrections are not the same. As John 5:28,29 points out:

“Do not marvel at this, for the hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice and come out. Those who have done good to a resurrection of life, and those who have done evil to a resurrection of judgment.”

Daniel 12:2 says:

“Many who are dead will awake. Some to everlasting life, but others to everlasting shame and contempt.”

Revelation 20:6 says:

“Blessed and holy are those who share in the first resurrection! Over these the second death has no power.”

Evidently the resurrection of the righteous will be much more prized than the resurrection of the wicked. Seemingly, the greatest difference between the two is that those of us who reject Satan’s Empire, like Jesus, will be resurrected incorruptible. Brought back to life, in bodies that never get sick, grow old, wear out, or die.

Those who continue to selfishly seek their own interest will be brought back to life, but just like all of those brought back to life in the ancient past, they will continue to be subject to death.

When Christ returns, our Earth will once again get a fresh start. In the beginning the tracking of time was according to the Anno Mundi Calendar. Anno Mundi means year of the world. The Anno Mundi Calandar is based on the day of the Creation of Adam. In other words, Adam was created in year zero of the Anno Mundi Calendar.

Our current calendar is called the Anno Domini Calendar. Anno Domini means year of the lord. The Anno Domini Calendar is based on the day of the birth of Jesus. In other words, according to the Anno Domini calendar Jesus was born in Year Zero. There is no way for us to confirm when Adam was created, or when Jesus was born, however we can know that when Jesus returns our solar system will be reset, and once again Earth’s calendar will become obsolete.

Think about what that means. Earth’s first calendar was based on the day that Adam was created. Earth’s second calendar is based on the day that Adam was born again. And the final calendar that is about to be set in place will be based on the date when Adam returns to Earth and the dead are resurrected. All three of the Earth’s most historic events involve the appearance of Adam.

The religions of the Earth have spent nearly 6,000 years concealing basic truths from mankind. Primarily basic truths about the difference between right and wrong, and about our Salvation. Understanding how Melchizedek’s life compares to Jesus’ life, is a huge part of what has been hidden. From the day that the Book of Hebrews was written until now, no one alive has ever fully understood how Melchizedek’s rulership was similar to Jesus’ rulership. There can be no doubt that when Christ returns and the dead are resurrected, Melchizedek will be right there with him. We can be there as well. As Mark 4:9 says:

“Whoever has ears to hear, let them hear.”

When Jesus told Nicodemus that he had to be born again in order to see the kingdom of heaven, he was talking about the same Kingdom of Heaven that he told his followers to pray for at Matthew 6:9,10.

“When you pray, pray like this: Our father in the heavens, your name is above all others. Let your kingdom come, and let your desire take place, in Heaven and on Earth.”

At Luke 17:21 Jesus said something else to indicate that The Kingdom of Heaven was not to be found at some other location, when he said “nor will they say, ‘Look, here it is!’ or ‘there!’ for behold, the kingdom of God is yours inside.”

Many Bibles render this verse as the kingdom of God is within you, some render it as within your midst, so there is some debate. But the fact remains that if we are praying for God’s kingdom to come, we are not praying to be taken to some other location.

Ephesians 1:5 says:

“God predestined us as for adoption as children to himself, through Jesus.”

If we were children of God, then we would have no need of adoption. Keep in mind that only those created directly by God are called children of God. The Bible consistently calls humans born through biological reproduction children of men. When Adam was created he was called the son of God, when he was reborn as Jesus in the first century, he continued to be called by this title, however, after his birth through a female human he also became known as son of man.

Romans 8:22-23,29 says:

“We know that the whole creation has been groaning together in the pains of childbirth until now. And not only the creation, but we ourselves, who have the firstfruits of the Spirit, as we eagerly await our adoption as children through the redemption of our bodies. For God foreknew, he also predestined us to be conformed to the image of his son, so that he would be the firstborn among many brothers.”

Once again this idea of being born again is presented as coming back to life as children of God through the redemption of our bodies.

The time is getting short. Our suffering will soon be over. All of creation has been groaning until now. Civilization’s false fathers are about to be destroyed. Those who continue putting their faith is such wicked political leaders, economic leaders, and religious leaders, will be destroyed along with them.

In the beginning, Eve caused injury to herself and all of mankind by foolishly seeking autonomy. Autonomy means self rule. When Satan told her that she could be like God, simply by rebelling against his law, she selfishly chose to do so, despite the warning that she would surely die.

In Abraham’s day the rightful ruler was Melchizedek. Unlike Eve Melchizedek did not rebel against God. According to the Bible Abraham recognized him as both a king and a priest. In other words Abraham could show love, loyalty, and respect to God, by showing love, loyalty, and respect to Melchizedek, his chosen ruler.

But in Abraham’s day there were many engaged in carnal warfare as a means of taking Melchizedek’s position by force. The chosen political rulers who were engaged in the struggle for world domination are listed by name. Within a short amount of time Abraham was able to put an end to the war by defeating and exterminating half of those involved.

The struggle for world domination continues on. Despite the fact that Jesus, like Melchizedek, has been chosen as our rightful king. As civilization nears it’s imminent demise, and the basic foundations of human society crumble into oblivion, before it’s citizen’s very eyes, mankind in general is foolishly continuing to choose sides in Satan’s war against God. Just like Eve, they will surely die.

It should be more than obvious that biologically, humanity is a single family. Sadly, most refuse to recognize this very basic fact. The citizen’s of the Empire are currently forming up into opposing teams, in preparation for the final and greatest war in all of human history. America verses China. Black verses white. Conservative verses Liberal. Each and every one knowing in their hearts that God is on their side. It should be more than obvious to anyone with any sense at all that he is not. Most who foolishly choose to participate in this war will not survive.

In Melchizedek’s day the situation was very similar. It could be said that the wars being fought today are nothing more than a continuation of the war started when Noah died. The motivation for each and every war ever fought has been selfish ambition.

When Abraham defeated Amraphel king of Shinar, Arioch king of Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of Elam, and Tidal king of Goiim, most would have thought that all disputes had been settled. However, that was not the case. The kings that Abraham assisted, demanded to be recognized as the rulers of the Empire.

Shortly after Abraham’s meeting with Melchizedek. God sent his angels to Abraham to inform him that they would be bringing destruction upon Bera king of Sodom, Birsha king of Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, Shemeber king of Zeboim, and the king of Bela. Which they did, by calling down fire and brimstone upon them. Most people are aware of the fates of Sodom and Gomorrah, but are not aware that there were three other cities involved.

The churches teach that Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed for engaging in sexual sins, but Jude 1:7,8 records another sin that they engaged in that the churches never talk about.

“Just as Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding cities indulging in sexual immorality, and unnatural desires, serve as an example by being eternally destroyed by fire, they also defiled the flesh and rejected authority and blasphemed the glorious ones.”

The sin of rejecting authority and blaspheming glorious ones is never discussed by any of the churches, because the glorious ones that Sodom and Gomorrah blasphemed were Melchizedek and God. The authority that those kings rejected was that of their biological father. The Bible clearly states that all of the kings destroyed were direct descendants of Canaan.

By rejecting the authority of their father Melchizedek, and instead following the kings of their own choosing, the citizens of those cities, by default, were rejecting God.

Our chosen king is Jesus. He was chosen directly by God. Of all of the sons of God spoken of in the Bible, he is the only one spoken of by name. He is the firstborn of the dead.

By participating in the political systems of the nations, millions of people living today, are themselves, by default, rejecting authority and blaspheming glorious ones. Very soon everyone alive who actively supports this filthy system called civilization, will be destroyed just as Sodom, Gomorrah, and the surrounding cities were destroyed thousands of years ago. Those who choose to follow the political leaders of the nations today will die just as those who followed the political leaders of the nations in Abraham’s day.

When Adam died, he was the father of thousands of people. When he returns he will be the father of millions. The laws of the nations will be gone forever. The only law that will remain will be God’s natural law. The only hierarchy that will exist will be the family.

In the paradise that awaits us there will be no political system, economic system, or religious system. All unnatural hierarchical systems will be dismantled and replaced. As our eternal father, Jesus will serve as both our king and priest. Only those willing to be obedient to his rule will be given everlasting life in incorruptible bodies.

If you don’t want to survive, don’t listen to me.

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