As a kid I had many questions.  Let’s face it, I still do.

How is it justified for the Father to ask the Israelites to kill
all the inhabitants of the land of Canaan?

Let’s Start Here: 

(NOG) Genesis 6:1-8 The number of people increased all over the
earth, and daughters were born to them. The sons of Elohim saw that the
daughters of other humans were beautiful. So they married any woman they chose.
Then Yahweh said, “My Spirit will not struggle with humans forever, because
they are flesh and blood. They will live 120 years.” The Nephilim were on
the earth in those days, as well as later, when the sons of Elohim slept with
the daughters of other humans and had children by them. These children were
famous long ago. Yahweh saw how evil humans had become on the earth. All day
long their deepest thoughts were nothing but evil. Yahweh was sorry that he had
made humans on the earth, and he was heartbroken. So Yahweh said, “I will wipe
off the face of the earth these humans that I created. I will wipe out not only
humans, but also domestic animals, crawling animals, and birds. I’m sorry that
I made them.” But Yahweh was pleased with Noah. 

 Click here for Rob Skiba’s Teaching on Mythology. 

Bloodlines were important in keeping Nephilim DNA out of the line. This original DNA is corrupt and possibly unredeemable. This is the bloodline that created a race of giants, the Titans, and Greek Mythology.  In the bible we see Nimrod-tower of Babel- Goliath…

For More information see
the following “extra biblical text”.

Book of Enoch
Book of Jasher 
Another good source

 How did Adam and Eve’s children marry others without marrying their own brothers and sisters? 

This seemed a bit weird to me and seemed to be against the Word. Go back and read the Genesis Account.   Answer this: are their two human kind creation accounts?  Was Adam made inside the garden or outside?

Deuteronomy 27:22 (NOG)

22 “Whoever has sexual intercourse with his sister, his father’s daughter, or his mother’s daughter will be cursed.” Then all the people will say amen.


Genesis 1:26-30 Then Elohim said, “Let us make
humans in our image, in our likeness. Let them rule the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, the domestic animals all over the earth, and all the animals that crawl on the earth.” So Elohim created humans in his image. In the image of Elohim he created them. He created them male and female. Elohim blessed them and said, “Be fertile, increase in number, fill the earth, and be its master. Rule the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, and all the animals that crawl
on the earth.” Elohim said, “I have given you every plant with seeds on the face of the earth and every tree that has fruit with seeds. This will be your food. I have given all green plants as food to every land animal, every bird in
the sky, and every animal that crawls on the earth—every living, breathing animal.” And so it was. 

Adam walked and talked with the Father daily.  He received the Father’s instructions.  He was in training to be a priest.   He had the Torah written on the Velum of his heart.  This was the original goal and so will it come back full circle.  

Jeremiah 31:33  (NOG)

33 “But this is the promise that I will make to Israel after those days,” declares Yahweh: “I will put my teachings inside them, and I will write those teachings on their hearts. I will be their Elohim, and they will be my people.


How did Abraham know the law and know what was right? 

Until I read the “extra biblical” book of Jasher I really had no answer for this.

Abraham’s father was
pagan, a  non Jewish, idol maker.   He worked for Nimrod. See book of
Jasher eleven.  
Abraham got instructions from Noah, and Melchizedek see Hebrews seven. 

Does this make him a  Jew?  

By the way this is missed used term. Does it make him a Hebrew?  

No, not until he started following the Torah and not the ways of his pagan father. More on this in the next blog post.


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