Red Bull Gives You Wings

Somewhere in the Negev desert on the morning of March 27th, ranchers working for The Temple Institute witnessed the birth of the first of 5 red calves. They were hoping for a female that would eventually turn into THE unblemished red heifer that would eventually (in 3 years) be sacrificed and burnt on the Mount of Olives. It wasn’t. It was a red male that will soon grow up to be a red bull. There isn’t any significance to this not unless you know what exactly a red bull represents in a Jewish mindset. One thing that caught my attention is that this red bull is in the book of Enoch and it represents Abel. Abel is a play on the hebrew word that also translates to Hubal (hbl). My theory is that HuBaL is the secret name of their god in Freemasonry, not jaHBuLon. Here is a paper on HuBaL.

So is there any significance to a red bull being born first? Let’s find out. Here is a excerpt from my book on the red bull and the behemoth connection. (Pages 800-808)

“I want to look at a few Jewish mysticism sources and what
they believe the Behemoth actually represents. Beyond the
Golem website states, “Midrash Rabba, the great collection
of exegetic texts on the Pentateuch composed in late
antiquity and the early middle ages: There is one beast that I
created in my world, and no man can withstand the burden of feeding it. Which one is it? Behemoth, who dwells upon a thousand mountains (Psalsm 40). And Ben Lakish and Yohanan said: This is one beast, that grazes on a thousand mountain, and a thousand mountain grow for it all manners of food…. and that rabbi said, it is one beast that lies upon a thousand mountains, and a thousand
mountains grow animals for it to eat every day… and where does it
drink from? Ben Levi said, all the water that run in the Jordan river
for 6 months it swallows in a single gulp. And where does it drink
from? Bar Yohai claimed, that a river streams forth out of Eden by
the name of Yuval… and from there it drinks. (Exodus Rabba) And the Midrash Conen has this to say: On the sixth day, He took water, dirt and light, and created Behemoth on the thousand mountains; a bull that grazes on a thousand mountains each day. And it plays each day in Eden before the Creato”
(https://beyondthegolem.wordpress.com/2010/12/26/the-beast-who-dwells-upon-a-thousand-mountains/)

He goes on to make mention of the Feast of Leviathan or “the Feast of the Righteous (see previous post) will be a
meal of Leviathan and another creature, called Shor
HaBar, or the Great Ox. Since Leviathan is mentioned
along with Behemoth in Job, this Shor HaBar is usually
considered to be another name for Behemoth, which
explains why it is often depicted as a huge bull. This means
that Behemoth too will be eaten by the righteous.” He
states, “…in the World to Come, God will organize a feast for the
righteous from Behemoth and Leviathan, and then there is will be no proper slaughter there. Know that Leviathan is a strange creature,
and angels will fear it, for it is written, the mighty are afraid (Job
41:25), and if they throw iron spears at him, it feels as though it is
hit by straws, for it is said, he esteemeth iron as straw (Job 41:27).
And Behemoth is also a difficult creature, for it sits upon a thousand
mountains…. and how come they can be slaughtered? But they will
approach each other. Behemoth will come to Leviathan, and hold it
with its horns and tear it, but Leviathan upon its death will hit
Behemoth with its tail and kill it, and the righteous will approach
and each will take his portion. (Midrash Tanhuma) Or in another
version: Behemoth and Leviathan are the entertainment of the
righteous in the World to Come [End of Days]. Everyone who did
not watch pagan entertainment in this world, will see in the Next
World how they are slaughtered. Behemoth will charge at Leviathan
with its horns and rip it, and Leviathan will hit Behemoth with its
fins and and butcher it. And the sages say, that this slaughter will
produce Kosher meat. (Leviticus Rabba)”

Tradition says that this male bull was castrated but the female is still out there for a certain time in the future.
Now here is what is interesting about this belief and tradition. It’s a female that is for future time and this
is why I mention all of this. There are paintings from the Ambrosiana Bible that feature a red bull. So why does this, “Leviathan, Behemoth and Ziz. Ambrosiana Bible, Ulm,
1238 – Biblioteca Ambrosiana B 30, B 31, B 32”, have what looks like a red bull for Behemoth/the second beast of Revelation 13? Does it remind you of something that is
talked about today that the Jews are waiting for? Maybe a
Red Heifer? And do you see the Griffin in the sky above
them? Scholars say this is the Phoenix that rises out of the
ashes from this chaos. I reference all of this as to when
this Red Heifer is sacrificed, this is when this cleaving of
this Luciferian spirit will inhabit this man of sin. This is the
moment that this abomination takes place. Is the second
beast of Revelation, the false prophet, man of sin,
represented as a red bull or maybe a red heifer that these
Jews await so they can move on for their messiah? A red bull.

I mentioned this “Shor Habar” earlier. This article comes
from chabad.com called ‘The Leviathan and the Wild Bull’
(From the teachings of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi),
“The Midrash Rabba on our parasha describes a match that
will take place in the Messianic era between the Leviathan
and the Wild Bull, known as the “Shor Habar”. The
Midrash describes how the Bull will attack and kill the
Leviathan with its horns, while the Leviathan will attack
and kill the bull with its fins. …This tzadik is called “Shor
Habar” [“Wild Bull”], which can also mean “purified bull”.
In other words, this tzadik is involved with the physical –
represented by the bull – which becomes purified through
his divine service. In contrast to the cool and tranquil
service of the “Leviathan tzadik”, this tzadik’s service is
filled with fire and excitement… this tzadik’s service is a
“small thing” in comparison with the wondrous path of
the “Leviathan tzadik”. The Leviathan will therefore
“slaughter”, i.e. raise up the Wild Bull. It will do this with
its fins, since it is with its fins that the Leviathan glides
smoothly through the water. The fins therefore represent
the propeller of the tzadik’s lofty ascent. On the other
hand, there is an advantage to the “Wild Bull tzadikim”,
since it is they who fulfill the mission of making the physical world an abode for G‑d. Thus the Wild Bull will
“slaughter” the Leviathan and elevate it as well – each one
imbuing the other with the virtue that it lacks. The
Leviathan and Wild Bull are also present within the divine
service of each person: 1) our efforts to “attach” ourselves
to G‑d [Leviathan]; 2) The elevation of the physical world
[Wild Bull] (Leviathan 5747). The Jewish Encyclopedia
states, “In the Book of Enoch (lx. 7- 9), Enoch says:
(Charles, “Book of Enoch,” p. 155; comp. “the secret
chambers of leviathan” which Elihu b. Berakel the Buzite
will disclose, Cant. R. i. 4).”On that day [the day of
judgment] two monsters will be produced: a female
monster, named ‘Leviathan,’ to dwell in the depths of the
ocean over the fountains of the waters; but the male is
called ‘Behemoth,’ who occupies with his breast a waste
wilderness named ‘Dendain’ [read “the land of Naid” after
LXX., ἐν γη Ναίδ = , Gen. iv. 16], on the east of the
garden, where the elect and the righteous dwell. And I
besought that other angel that he should show me the
might of these monsters; how they were produced on one
day, the one being placed in the depth of the sea and the
other in the main land of the wilderness. And he spake to
me: ‘Thou son of man, dost seek here to know what is
hidden?”

So we can see that this Behemoth has been interpreted to be a Bull and in some cases a red bull. I have also seen that sometimes the Leviathan and Behemoth are interchangeable. One case is with Bahamut which is
another form of Behemoth.Wikepedia says this, “Bahamut or Bahamot (/bəˈhɑːmuːt/ bə-___-moot; Arabic: هموت ب Bahamūt) is a vast fish that supports the earth in Arabian mythology… In Arabic mythology, Bahamut is a giant fish acting as one of the layers that
supports the earth. In Jorge Luis Borges’ Book of Imaginary
Beings, Bahamut is “altered and magnified” from Behemoth and described as so immense that a human cannot bear its sight; “[all] the seas of the world, placed in one of the fish’s nostrils, would be like a mustard seed laid in the desert.” One account describes Bahamut as a fish floating in water, supported by darkness. On the fish is a bull called Kujata,
on the bull, a ruby mountain; on the mountain, an angel; the angel holds and supports the seven earths. In another account, Bahamut supports a bed of sand, on which stands
a bull, on whose back rests a rock which holds the waters in which the earth is located. Beneath the fish are layers of suffocating wind, a veil of darkness, and mist. Other sources describe Behemoth as a layer in similar conceptions of Arabic cosmography.

According to Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges, Bahamut is the giant fish that Jesus beholds in the 496th night of the One Thousand and One Nights. Bahamut in this telling is a giant fish swimming in a vast ocean. It carries a bull on its head; the bull bears a rock, and above the rock is an angel who carries the seven stages of the earths. Beneath Bahamut is an abyss of air, then fire, and beneath that a giant serpent called Falak. Upon seeing Bahamut, Jesus (Isa) passes into unconsciousness:” So we see that Bahamut is sometimes Behemoth and sometimes Leviathan. Not only that but it can be connected to cosmology and the abyss. The interesting thing about one of these accounts is how this is a floating fish supported by darkness that carries a bull named Kujata on its back. It sounds a little like the abyss doesn’t it? I also wanted to point out how this name Bahamut is familiar to Baphomet, in my opinion.”

Sidenote: The Behemoth is said to live in Nod, where Cain wandered.

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