Friday, October 23, 2015

Book of Genesis Wisdom Lost

We had the knowledge in our year 525; but lost it around 1582.  That it has not been rediscovered until now just goes to show, how little real study of the text has been done, over the past centuries.

Granted, there has been a lot of attention paid to the theology and philosophy, but very little credit give to the hard science – in many cases, the science has actually been attacked or denied without any further comment.

In that regard, one need only mention the Bible on an internet thread, and the mindless attacks begin – with no regard for what is being stated.

But today’s topic is Lost Knowledge with a focus on the pervasive patriarch dating error which has been institutionalized across the internet – an error covered in the book: "GENESIS OF GENESIS".

First let’s look at the A+B=C structure which was used to define the patriarch ages.

For each patriarch we are told they were born, had a son when they were [A]-years-old, then lived [B]-years, and died at the age of [C]-years and we have  a+b=c as a ridged formula connecting ten of the first nine patriarchs who comprise the Book of Genesis ancestry.

Of the three who do not comply, we have the SHEM ERROR where the birth of Shem is mentioned in connection the end of the Flood and backward from the birth of his son; and the corresponding Flood reference for Noah which is referenced against the start of the Flood.  Then there is the error that conceals the secret behind the patriarch ages … the year in which the Traditional Chronologies have Adam die … at 930 in the year 930.  But Adam is been on the sixth day of the first year; thus, having celebrated his 930th year (which is clear from the a+b=c formula applied throughout the text is the way they cited the age at death), Adam would have died in the year 931 … a year which, in terms of the Calendar system, is highly significant.

How could this error have happened?  To understand we need to consider these calendar realities:  The system used was known by the Scythia Monk who gave us our year one, when he redid the calendar in our year 525.  But, the Bible was made public with both the King James and Guttenberg and those creation dates are important to the explanation.

The English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England begun in 1604 and completed in 1611 and is known as the King James Version. And in 1455, Gutenberg produced what is considered to be the first book ever printed: a Latin language Bible, printed in Mainz, Germany.

The Latin version would have simply presented the text as it was translated into Latin – no reference to the calendar chronology appears to exist -- or have been carried forward – because the calendar was both unreliable and, since the Church knew it had been redesigned in 525, there was no consistent basis for a Chronology which would not reveal the Hebrew origins –- the ones adopted to make the Roman and Hebrew Passover/Easter coincide – in a  now Christian Calendar system.

Look to the King James era for the error – the “Old Style and New Style dates” whereby, in the Catholic countries, a Gregorian calendar replaced the Julian.  It was a change in system that began in 1582 and was still in progress as late as 1752.  The King James Bible, hence the chronologies, appear in the middle of the transition – a time when the date confusion had people recording death as “in the #-year of their life” … thus the 930 for Adam was not the birthdays celebrated, but rather the years lived within from the day of birth.  In modern terms, one is legal at age 21, or are they legal in the 21st year of their life, which would mean the day after they celebrate their 20th birthday?

The book: "GENESIS OF GENESIS" reveals that which was lost – and shows how the Biblical Scholars who created the book were linked to the knowledge embodied in the stones of Stonehenge, and as the basis for multiple famous cultural calendars.

Those familiar with the patriarch ENOCH – who walks with God at the age of 365 will lean that his name and age embody 7 (as in days in a week); 52 (as in weeks in a year); the obvious 365 days in a year; and finally the Metonic Cycle which is the basis for both the Hebrew and Chinese Calendars …  as defined in Stonehenge.

The book: "GENESIS OF GENESIS" … clearing up an error and complying with THRICE cited dictate that we are to seek out all WISDOM, KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING.

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