Doritos and the Red Heifer’s All Seeing Eye

Doritos has a new campaign where they want you to put your “logo” in the center of the triangle, I mean Dorito. This image of a red cow is 17 seconds in, and it is surrounded by esoteric images. Fire/water. Fire. Red cow. Hen house. All seeying eye.

Can you DIG it?

Noahide Sacrifice on Olivet

Well look at this. The Edomite Jews are going to offer a Noahide animal sacrifice on the Mount of Olives on September 25th, 2019. This sacrifice is supposedly representing the 70 Nations who come together because of these Noahide Laws. These Laws when enacted will first go after Christians who recognize Jesus as GOD. And I still believe that these 70 Nation’s are being represented by invoking/conjouring the 70 principalities over these Nation’s. I believe these are the same 70/72 spirits/demons that Solomon invoked at one time and bound them in a sphere made of bronze.

Sound familiar? It should, it is reminiscent of the bronze sphere in the underground synagogue that houses the EJ’s book of signatures of the covenant with The 70 nation’s. The other day the president of Honduras committed to Israel but I’m not sure if he signed the Ba’alberith (Lord of the Covenant) yet.

It reminds me of the Ba’alberith made at Shechem under the Oak tree where they made a covenant to Beelzebub (Lord of the Flies). I’ve wrote about all the things quite a bit. Please search tho blog for more info.

So they will burn and sacrifice as Noah did when he came out of the ark but this will be done on the Mount of Olives. I believe it is invoking the 72 demons of Chaos Magick being loosed and enabled by the Seal of Solomon. This is also preparing people too see the red heifer being burnt on the Mount of Olives in a year from now. We are seeing the beginning of the end.

This sacrifice for the Nations happens 3 days before the Jewish New Year Rosh Hoshanna (9/30/19). On this day, Saturn is in Sagittarius which is the Archer. Significant for the Edomite Jews. The Jewish date is also significant. 27 Elul 5779. This is history historically the 3rd day of creation when God seperated the land from the sea. It is also the preperation day for the Days of Awe of repentance. Teshuvah. “As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of introspection and stocktaking — a time to review one’s deeds and spiritual progress over the past year and prepare for the upcoming “Days of Awe” of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

As the month of Divine Mercy and Forgiveness (see “Today in Jewish History” for Elul 1) it is a most opportune time for teshuvah (“return” to G-d), prayer, charity, and increased Ahavat Yisrael (love for a fellow Jew) in the quest for self-improvement and coming closer to G-d. Chassidic master RabbiSchneur Zalman of Liadi likens the month of Elul to a time when “the king is in the field” and, in contrast to when he is in the royal palace, “everyone who so desires is permitted to meet him, and he receives them all with a cheerful countenance and shows a smiling face to them all.” Specific Elul customs include the daily sounding of the shofar (ram’s horn) as a call to repentance.” https://www.chabad.org/calendar/view/day.asp?hdate=6/27&mode=j

Before getting to an excerpt of the article, let me also mention that the 3rd day in Kabbalah represents Jacob. Remember, we have a battle between Jacob and Esau still and who is actually who has been skewed. And Elul is associated with Libra, the scales of judgement. Libra is symbolized by water.

The Kabbalah: A Timeless Philosophy of Life By Voyen Koreis

“On Friday, the conference will culminate in a trip to the Mount of Olives where the nations will be invited to reenact the ceremony first performed by Noah upon exiting the Ark. Then Noach built an altar to Hashem and, taking of every clean animal and of every clean bird, he offered burnt offerings on the altar. Genesis 8:20

The ceremony will renew the covenant made between mankind and God at that time. “I now establish My covenant with you and your offspring to come, and with every living thing that is with you—birds, cattle, and every wild beast as well—all that have come out of the ark, every living thing on earth. I will maintain My covenant with you: never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of a flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth.” Genesis 9:9-11

This sacrifice made by Noah was a Korban Olah (a sacrifice that goes up), a tribute to God that was entirely burnt on the altar. “Just as Noah was not Jewish but was a servant of God, this ceremony is a declaration that mankind is serving Hashem (God, literally, ‘the name’),” Rabbi Weiss explained. The altar must be built and the sacrifice made by someone from the nations who keeps the seven Noahide laws. It is still unclear

“This is a religious act but not for any specific religion,” Rabbi Weiss said. “This is a meta-religion, not a global religion, which is inherent in every person and expressed in his own way. The world needs to return to religion. Rejecting religion, rejecting God, is a sickness that is afflicting the world. Secularism rejects human values. The UN declared abortion and euthanasia to be human rights. This is a sign of sickness. The concept of family, a father, and mother, is a basic human quality reinforced by religion and rejected by secularism. The concept of belonging to a nation, to a tribe, to a people, is rejected by secularism. Man was given the mandate to care for the world but they have turned people into animals and animals into people. It is impossible to continue like this.” (https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/136435/nations-invited-animal-sacrifice-mount-of-olives-renewing-noahs-covenant/)

In my book I mention that I believe that the dove that Noah sent out that brought back the olive branch was actually from the Mount of Olives. Ironically Jews believe that this altar Noah built was the same spot for Adams altar, Cains altar and Abrahams altar for Isaac. I actually do believe these altars were all in the same vicinity and that this was on the Mount of Olives. I mention all this in my book. So for them to do Noahs sacrifice on Olivet is very telling in my opinion. GOD does everything in order and nothing is by coincidence or accident, especially as far as location goes. The ark resting on Ararat has no bearing on where Noah built an altar.

Clarke’s Commentary says this. “The Jews have a tradition that the place where Noah built his altar was the same in which the altar stood which was built by Adam, and used by Cain and Abel, and the same spot on which Abraham afterwards offered up his son Isaac. The word מזבח mizbach, which we render altar, signifies properly a place for sacrifice, as the root זבח zabach signifies simply to slay. Altar comes from the Latin altus, high or elevated, because places for sacrifice were generally either raised very high or built on the tops of hills and mountains; hence they are called high places in the Scriptures; but such were chiefly used for idolatrous purposes.”

Gills Commentary tells us this. “the Jewish writers say, this was the altar on which Adam sacrificed, when expelled the garden of Eden, and on which Cain and Abel offered; and being demolished by the flood, was rebuilt by Noah, which is not at all probable; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar; the clean beasts were the bullock, the sheep, and goat, and the clean fowl, the turtle and young pigeon, one of each sort at least was taken.”

“And Noah builded an altar unto the LORD; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar. And the LORD smelled a sweet savour; and the LORD said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man’s sake; for the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done. While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” – Genesis 8:20-22

The clean beasts were the bullock (heifer), the sheep, and goat, and the clean fowl, the turtle and young pigeon. There were 3 clean beasts and 2 clean fowls, so we should see these 5 animals/birds sacrificed without their skin and burnt whole on the 27th of September. Let me also mention that Abrams sacrifice in Genesis 15 is identical. But it gives us a age. A heifer of 3 years of age. Sound like a red heifer sacrifice? “This altar – מזבּח , lit., a place for the offering of slain animals, from זבח , like θυσιαστήριον from θύειν – is the first altar mentioned in history.” I know for a fact that GOD will not accept this offering/sacrifice and it will be yet another stench in His nostrils. Remember that GOD said “for the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth”. They are slapping Him in the face yet again.

So what does this all mean besides the obvious? I believe to know the end of the matter you need to go back to the beginning. I have always thought that everything going on is mimicking and going back to what happened in the beginning. At this point I do believe we are at the ending of the flood of Noah and slowly moving towards the return of Jesus. We have seen the rise of Esau attacking Jacob (true Israel). We have seen the rise of AI, transhumanism and the fallen watchers giving man what his heart desires. We are on the brink of Chaos and these types of sacrifices in this area of the world is spelling it out for us. Turn to Jesus, who came in the flesh as GOD to save you from an eternity of fire.

UPDATE:

Noahs sacrifice, then GOD blessed him. Abrams inheritance and then his sacrifice.

GOD told them both to take 5 clean beasts/fowls. A heifer, a sheep, a goat, a turtledove and a pigeon. He was a little more specific as to what Abram should do and use. The beasts NEEDED to be 3 years old. Was this a red heifer sacrifice? We will see this same sacrifice on Sept 27th on the Mount of Olives. It is still in the back of my mind if they are trying to pull a fast one and slide in a red heifer that’s not of age? I’m guessing that they will get the great darkness over them on Sept 28th.

Genesis 8:20-21 And Noah builded an altar unto the LORD; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar. And the LORD smelled a sweet savour;

Genesis 15:9-12 And he said unto him, Take me an heifer of three years old, and a she goat of three years old, and a ram of three years old, and a turtledove, and a young pigeon. And he took unto him all these, and divided them in the midst, and laid each piece one against another: but the birds divided he not. And when the fowls came down upon the carcases, Abram drove them away. And when the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; and, lo, an horror of great darkness fell upon him.

Read this excerpt from the Sept 2nd article about the sacrifice that will take place on the Mount of Olives on Sept 27th. “The ceremony will renew the covenant made between mankind and God at that time.” “The altar must be built and the sacrifice made by someone from the nations who keeps the seven Noahide laws. It is still unclear.” Who is the Gentile that will do this sacrifice?

“On Friday, the conference will culminate in a trip to the Mount of Olives where the nations will be invited to reenact the ceremony first performed by Noah upon exiting the Ark. Then Noach built an altar to Hashem and, taking of every clean animal and of every clean bird, he offered burnt offerings on the altar. Genesis 8:20.

The ceremony will renew the covenant made between mankind and God at that time.

“I now establish My covenant with you and your offspring to come, and with every living thing that is with you—birds, cattle, and every wild beast as well—all that have come out of the ark, every living thing on earth. I will maintain My covenant with you: never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of a flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth.” Genesis 9:9-11

This sacrifice made by Noah was a Korban Olah (a sacrifice that goes up), a tribute to God that was entirely burnt on the altar.

“Just as Noah was not Jewish but was a servant of God, this ceremony is a declaration that mankind is serving Hashem (God, literally, ‘the name’),” Rabbi Weiss explained. The altar must be built and the sacrifice made by someone from the nations who keeps the seven Noahide laws. It is still unclear

“This is a religious act but not for any specific religion,” Rabbi Weiss said. “This is a meta-religion, not a global religion, which is inherent in every person and expressed in his own way. The world needs to return to religion. Rejecting religion, rejecting God, is a sickness that is afflicting the world. Secularism rejects human values. The UN declared abortion and euthanasia to be human rights. This is a sign of sickness. The concept of family, a father, and mother, is a basic human quality reinforced by religion and rejected by secularism. The concept of belonging to a nation, to a tribe, to a people, is rejected by secularism. Man was given the mandate to care for the world but they have turned people into animals and animals into people. It is impossible to continue like this.”

The Red Heifer Curse of SI(199)

Ok. So this is strange. This popped up in my memory for today on FB. I hate to spot this sort of thing more than anyone. Because for one, I’m a Dodger fan and I love baseball in general. You don’t like it, I don’t care. That’s just how it goes. 👍

In August of 2017 Sports Illustrated came out with this cover.

Well, as soon as it did, we lost two world series in the next 2 years. In the picture you have Yasiel Puig (ex-Dodger) and Justin Turner (current Dodger). Puig was a wild player who likes to strike out, hit home runs and get pissed off and fight. Vin Scully nicknamed him the wild horse for good reason. His name literally means “in whom God gave the mountain”. Yasiel Puig. Now stay with me here.

Symbolism is even in a Sports Illustrated cover even when you don’t expect it to be. You have a image of Puig (in whom God gave the mountain – think Mount of Olives here) wearing the number 66 (we know the connotations of sixes), pouring out a liquid (orange Gatorade) from a container over the head of the red headed Turner wearing the number 10 (think 10th red heifer), with his arms out to his side (ala cricifixion). I’m seeing a picture here, are you? Aquarius pouring out its water libation over the 10th red heifer.

Now I’m not saying anyone knew this at the time and it definetly wasn’t planned consciously by the photographer or SI. And I don’t think Puig or Turner need to be looked at like they initiated some sort of witchcraft causing some “curse”. But as far as my research goes, I just spotted it and it took me 2 years later, and at this point, it looks really weird. Most people know that baseball players are the most superstitious athletes alive on the planet.

Matter of fact, after this image we lost 2 world series. One was at the hands of Houston (the name comes from a Masonic hew stone), which was “predicted” by a writer in 2014 that Houston would win in 2017. This happened right after the big Houston flood and it was all about #houstonstrong nonsense.

Remember that Puig was nicknamed the “wild horse”?

And then the Dodgers got beat by Boston the following year, whom at one time they believed they were actually cursed from winning the world series. The “damage was already done” by then according to SI.

If I was a Boston fan I’d think it was the 86 year curse of Bambino again for the Dodgers. If I didn’t know better, it looks like we have some magick going on in baseball. Looks like we have the Dodgers “in whom God gave the mountain curse of the red heifer”. Let’s see if they make it again this year and then lose again. Hopefully not.

Oh yeah, when I went to Google Puigs name, this story popped up first. Cuban born Puig went to visit a camp for Jewish kids with cancer. What’s the odds of that? A Jewish camp, go figure.

And if you think I’m way off base about witchcraft and magick being used for SI covers, then read this. Remember that Maria is a form of Marian i.e. Mary. The occultist divine feminine.

S and I is 19 and 9. 199. What’s with 199, well it is one short of 200. Traditionally scholars say there were 200 fallen angels at Mount Hermon. Kabbalah says 72 were invoked by Solomon and there is a discrepancy of whether there were 70 or 72 nations according to some scholars. There are 70/72 principalites over the 70/72 nations. This is why you see the push from the Sanhedrin to make a covenant with the 70 nations in support of the Temple.

“The Zohar teaches that a group of 200 fallen angels led by Aza and Azael became the source of this negativity. However, Noah’s connection to the light was so strong that no evil person or group could move him from his righteous center. All of this negativity contributed to the separation that began with Kayin (Cain). Kayin emphasized man-made technologies and introduced the concept of cities (culture of death), which separated people from the Divine and from the culture of life and liberation of the Great Torah Way. This is the essential difference between Kayin’s “way of man” and Hevel’s (Abel’s) “way of God”—living in harmony on earth. A focus on the physical world and technology separates humanity from the light of God as it shines solely through the light of the Self. Ego builds through a sense of separation consciousness and desires for money, power, and material gain. In Noah’s time this orientation began to dominate over social harmony and focus on the Divine as central to the meaning of life. This split continued to widen in the antediluvian times until chaos reigned, led by the nephilim.”

“Torah As a Guide to Enlightenment (pp. 50)”

“Kokabiel (Aramaic: כוכבאל‎, Ancient Greek: χωβαβιήλ), also spelled Kôkabîêl, Kôkhabîêl, Kakabel, Kochbiel, Kokbiel, Kabaiel, or Kochab, considered the ‘angel of the stars’,[1] is a fallen angel, the fourth mentioned of the 20 Watcher leaders of the 200 fallen angels in the Book of Enoch.[2] His name is generally translated as “star of God”,[3] which is fitting since it has been said that Kokabiel taught astrology to his associates.[4]
According to The Book of The Angel Raziel, Kokabiel is a holy angel; in other apocryphal lore, however, he is generally considered to be fallen. Kokabiel is said to command an army of 365,000 spirits.”

2, 3, meh…whatever

These comments were from a video of the writer at BIN site. He did a video on the red heifer and I asked a few questions. This was a few months back but I didn’t get notified of the last 2 comments. The woman answered the “does the age of the heifer start at birth or conception” question…well kind of. She claimed both are valid, however that can actually happen. I guess when it turns 2 than it’s actually 3??? Ok then.

nd Berkowitz from BIN said something interesting. The females are impregnated at 15 months to give birth at 2 years old. Something I need to take into consideration.

Oh yeah. The site Jewish Aish actually now does claim the red heifer is to be 2 years old.

The Age of the Red Heifer

I got this comment from my blog from “sean h”. Very interesting. Age of Aquarius is the Age of the Red Heifer. I’ll be looking into this…

Aquarius is holding a water vessel and pouring it out. This is a water symbol but an air sign in astrology.

The air blows the water causing waves which gives the hebrew mem symbol. It looks like waves and this is why the Aquarius sign looks like that. A fancy version of Ba’al?

Now the ashes of the previous red heifers were said to be in clay vessels. Some theorize that the clay pots Jesus used at the wedding in Cana were the clay pots that held the water with ashes. This is when He changed water into wine signifying there was no need for the ashes of the red heifer.

Aquarius-pouring out water from a clay pot.

Red Heifer-water and ashes mixed that are poured out from a clay pot.

Waters of purification from the DEAD.

Some depictions have Aquarius as a woman. Interesting that she has red hair in one. Columbia has red hair who is none other than the goddess of Liberty and a type of Sophia (wisdom) who also has been depicted with red hair.

“Bill, strange things are afoot at the Circle K”

I came across Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure the other day and never thought about the comment Ted made while standing in front of the Circle K.

As you already know, this movie is about time travel and it happens in a telephone booth at a Circle K parking lot. But what’s up with Circle K? According to a YouTube video by JDreamer Z it originally was called Three Kay’s Food Stores. Three Kay’s huh? Like 3 K’s? “Our roots trace back to 1951 when Fred Hervey purchased three Kay’s Food Stores in El Paso, Texas. Little did anyone know that these stores would serve as the beginning of Circle K.” (https://www.circlek.com/history-and-timeline-0?language=en) Actually Fred Hervey bought three “Kay’s Food Stores”. So the video was wrong, but let’s look into this time travel convenience store a little more.

So as we’ve seen there isn’t 3 k’s but that doesn’t matter. Kluklux is actually related to the word circle or ring. “I would be remiss not to note that the Greek word Κυκλωφ (Kuklops) might be pronounced by a Southerner speaking Greek as a third, fourth, or fifth language as something similar to “Kuklox”; the only thing giving a hint of plausibility to this idea is the fact that in Pulaski, Tennessee, the personage comparable to the later Grand Dragon or Grand Wizard of the organization was initially called the Grand Cyclops, implying perhaps the organization’s all-seeing eye.” (https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/364474/do-ku-or-klux-have-any-historical-meaning-beyond-being-associated-with-the-k)

The Circle
The word circle derives from the Greek κίρκος/κύκλος (kirkos/kuklos), itself a metathesis of the Homeric Greek κρίκος (krikos), meaning “hoop” or “ring”. The origins of the words circus and circuit are closely related.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circle) I won’t get into what the circle represents because I’ve already done that here. I suggest you read it for some background in the circle in Circle K.

We also know that the circle is associated with witchcraft and blackmagic associated wth protection. “Worldwide, the circle is primarily used as a place to concentrate power and to perform acts of witchcraft, particularly those involving manifestations of spirits or transformations...In many nations around the world, we see the circle used as for both power and protection; to contain the energy needed for a spell or ritual and to guard that energy. Sometimes it is empowered by a prayer, such as the “Our Father” or powerful names or symbols.” (https://traditionalwitchcraftandoccultism.wordpress.com/tag/why-do-witches-cast-circles/)

We know all symbols used in the media, business and politics is always used for sinister reasons, whether its to inform others in the know or to make a statement of invocation. In the case of Circle K in the Bill and Ted movie, it represents the opening of a portal and place of protection. But what does the K stand for?

The K

Let me first point out that the K is the 11th letter in the alphabet. 11 in the occult represents transgression, sin, chaos or disorder.

I noticed in a article about a Korean music called K-Pop that this guy connects the K to Kabbalah.

Unfinished….

coulrophobia

Yes, there is a reason why people are afraid of clowns. They represent the ancient Nephilim spirit, that’s why. A “stiltwalker”.

“coulrophobia (n.)
“morbid fear of clowns,” by 2001 (said in Web sites to date from 1990s or even 1980s), a popular term, not from psychology, possibly facetious, though the phenomenon is real enough; said to be built from Greek kolon “limb,” with some supposed sense of “stilt-walker,” hence “clown” + -phobia.

Ancient Greek words for “clown” were sklêro-paiktês, from paizein “to play (like a child);” or deikeliktas. Greek also had geloiastes “a jester, buffoon” (from gelao “to laugh, be merry”); there was a khleuastes “jester,” but it had more of a sense of “scoffer, mocker,” from khleuazo “treat with insolence.” Other classical words used for theatrical clowns were related to “rustic,” “peasant” (compare Latin fossor “clown,” literally “laborer, digger,” related to fossil).”

Sons of Belial

From the Jewish Encyclopedia. Pretty interesting etymology. Belial: The “lord without a yoke”. That would make him the bullgod.

BELIAL.

By: Morris Jastrow, Jr., Gerson B. Levi, Marcus Jastrow, Kaufmann Kohler

A term occurring often in the Old Testament and applied, as would seem from the context in I Sam. x. 27; II Sam. xvi. 7, xx. 1; II Chron. xiii. 7; Job xxxiv. 18, to any one opposing the established authority, whether civil, as in the above passages, or religious, as in Judges xix. 22; I Kings xxi. 10, 13; Prov. xvi. 27, xix. 28; Deut. xiii. 14, xv. 9; II Sam. xxiii. 6. A somewhat weaker sense, that of “wicked” or “worthless,” is found in I Sam. i. 16, ii. 12, xxv. 17, xxx. 22. The use of the word in II Sam. xxii. 5 is somewhat puzzling. Cheyne explains it as “rivers of the under world,” while more conservative scholars render “destructive rivers.”

The etymology of this word has been variously given. The Talmud (Sanh. 111b) regards it as a compound word, made up of “beli” and “‘ol” (without a yoke). This derivation is accepted by Rashi (on Deut. xiii. 14). Gesenius (“Dict.” s.v.) finds the derivation in “beli” and “yo’il” (without advantage; i.e., worthless). Ibn Ezra (on Deut. xv. 9), without venturing on an etymology, contents himself with the remark that “Belial” is a noun, and quotes the opinion of some one else that it is a verb with a precative force, “May he have no rising.” Cheyne (“Expository Times,” 1897, pp. 423 et seq.) seeks to identify Belial with the Babylonian goddess Belili (Jastrow, “Religion of Babylonia,” pp. 588, 589). Hebrew writers, according to this view, took up “Belili” and scornfully converted it into “Belial” in order to suggest “worthlessness.” Hommel (“Expository Times,” viii. 472) agrees in the equation Belial = Belili, but argues that the Babylonians borrowed from the western Semites and not vice versa. This derivation, however, is opposed by Baudissin and Jensen (“Expository Times,” ix. 40, 283).

In Apocalyptic Literature.
—In Rabbinical and Apocryphal Literature:
In the Ḥasidic circles from which the apocalyptic literature emanated and where all angelologic and demonologic lore was faithfully preserved, Belial held a very prominent position, being identified altogether with Satan. In the Book of Jubilees (i. 20), Belial is, like Satan, the accuser and father of all idolatrous nations: “Let not the spirit of Belial [“Beliar” corrupted into “Belhor”] rule over them to accuse them before thee.” The uncircumcised heathen are “the sons of Belial” (ib. xv. 32). In the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, Belial is the archfiend from whom emanate the seven spirits of seduction that enter man at his birth (Reuben ii.; Levi iii.; Zebulun ix.; Dan. i.; Naphtali ii.; Benjamin vi., vii.), the source of impurity and lying (Reuben iv., vi.; Simeon v.; Issachar vi.-vii.: Dan. v.; Asher i., iii.), “the spirit of darkness” (Levi xix.; Joseph vii., xx.). He will, like Azazel in Enoch, be opposed and bound by theMessiah (Levi xviii.), “and cast into the fire forever” (Judah xxv.); “and the souls captured by him will then be wrested from his power.” In the Ascensio Isaiæ, Belial is identified with Samael (Malkira [Dan. v.]; possibly Malak ra = the Evil Angel [i. 9]), and called “the angel of lawlessness”—”the ruler of this world, whose name is Matanbuchus” (a corrupt form of “Angro-mainyush” or Ahriman?) (ii. 4). In Sibyllines, iv. 2 (which part is of Christian origin) Belial descends from heaven as Antichrist and appears as Nero, the slayer of his mother. In the Sibyllines, iii. 63 (compare ii. 166) Belial is the seducer who, as the pseudo Messiah, will appear among the Samaritans, leading many into error by his miraculous powers, but who “will be burned up by heavenly fire carried along by the sea to the land [an earthquake?] to destroy his followers,” “at the time when a woman [Cleopatra] will rule over the world.”

In regard to the meaning and etymology of the word “Belial” there has always been a wide difference of opinion. The Septuagint, in translating it “lawlessness”—ἀνόμημα (Deut. xv. 9), ἀνομία (II Sam. xxii. 5), or παράνομος (Deut. xiii. 14; Judges xix. 22; and elsewhere)—follows a rabbinical tradition which interpreted it as “beli ‘ol” the one who has thrown off the yoke of heaven (Sifre, Deut. 93; Sanh. 111b; Midr. Sam. vi.; Yalḳ. to II. Sam. xxiii. 6; so also Jerome on Judges xix. 22, “absque jugo.” Belial was accordingly considered the opponent of the rule of God; that is, Satan, or the antagonist of God (see Antichrist). Aquilas (LXX., I Kings xxi. 13) translates it ἀποστασία = sedition, in the same manner that the “naḥash bariaḥ,” or dragon ( = Satan), is described as the apostate. The various modern etymologies, taking the word as a combination of “beli yo’il” (without worth) (Gesenius), or of “beli ya’al” (never to rise)—that is, never to do well (Ibn Ezra, Lagarde, Hupfeld, Fürst)—are alike rejected by Moore as extremely dubious (commentary to Judges, p. 419). Theodotion to Judges xx. 13, Ibn Ezra (Deut. xv. 9), and so Luther and the A. V. occasionally take Belial as a proper noun. It was Bäthgen (commentary to Ps. xviii. 5) who first translated Belial, “the land from which there is no return,” and then Cheyne (in “Expositor,” 1895, pp. 435-439, and in the “Encyc. Bibl.” s. v. “Belial”). They proved it to be the exact equivalent of the Assyrian “matu la tarat” (the land without return). Tiamat, the dragon of the abyss, having been identified with Satan, thus gave rise to the various uses of the word, and the legends of Belial Antichrist. Baudissin, in Hauck-Herzog’s “Realencyklopädie,” s. v., still takes a skeptical attitude as to the mythical character of Belial in the Old Testament, without, however, explaining the peculiar history of the word. Compare Satan.

Bibliography:
T. K. Cheyne, The Development of the Meanings of Belial, in The Expositor, 1895, i. 435-439;
idem, in Encyc. Bibl. s.v.;
Bousset, Antichrist, 1895, pp. 86, 99-101;

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/2805-belial

The bull of Kalu

I found another bull/cow ritual that was like the other side of the coin of the red heifer sacrifice. It is very similar with the killing of an unblemished unyoked black bull, where they would take the skin and use it for the Kalu/Gala priests kettledrum. These drums were said to have special spiritual powers along with the Lyre. When I wrote the book on the Arch of Triumph from Palmyra I did a section on the Mesopotamian Lyre that they replicated and used at the first unvieling of the Arch. This too was said to have spiritual powers. I’m only showing you this to say that when the red heifer is burnt to ash, it to will carry a special spiritual thing with it. Obviously it is evil, but that should be obvious by now.

“The Gala (Sumerian: gala, Akkadian: kalû) were priests of the Sumerian goddess Inanna, significant numbers of the personnel of both temples and palaces, the central institutions of Mesopotamian city states, individuals with neither male nor female gender identities.”

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