BEL AND THE DRAGON

Watch Daniel And The Lion’s Den. The real story.

By Flat water Flat Earth
Published on WordPress
By Donna Brown Bowles

Babel and confusion.
They lie so much
people can’t see for their “beliefs”. Look
at the evidence. Weigh it. Use
discernment. When one person says
dinosaur, it’s just another way of saying
dragon. Dinosaur means terrible lizard.
There were big lizards living
contemporary with mankind, not millions
or billions of years. Job and even Enoch
mention Behemoth and Leviathan.
Science uses big lizards to try to prove
evolution, so anything that proves the
Bible, they deny.
King Nebuchadnezzar, Daniel And The
story of Bel And The Dragon read from
Old Greek, then Theodotian text, from the
Septuagint.
At 00:56 seconds we see a photo of the
idol named bel, Baal or ba’al, who is one
of the main deity’s worshipped by several
ancient eastern nations. It is this idol to
whom many people would sacrifice their
infants, by throwing them into an
immolation pit (in other words a burnt
offering, or holocaust), or by placing
them into a huge metal furnace inside of
a statue of the deity. (Much like “the
cremation of care” at bohemian grove)
At 1:43 To 1:52 The Temple Of Uru
(Temple of Ur, in Ur-Chaldea, or
Ur-Chaldees, Iraq, Modern Day Babylon,
the picture shown might even be the idols
temple described in this text)
At 2:04 bel/ ba’al/ Baal

At 2:22 minutes The Blue Gate of Babylon, with a
Dinosaur as one of the creatures in the
mosaics. If you pause, you’ll see
it’s clearly a brontosaurus type of animal.
It has a very long tail which is inline with
the spine all the way to the head. A
gigantic creature, with a very long tail and
a very long neck, scales and claws on its
rear feet.

THE GOSPEL OF THOMAS

Published from WordPress. By Donna Brown Bowles

Original scripture: Coptic Gospel of Thomas
https://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/thomas.htm

These are the secret sayings which the living Jesus spoke
and which Didymos Judas Thomas wrote down.

THE GOSPEL OF THOMAS
1:50

50)  Jesus said, “If they say to you, ‘Where did you come from?’,
say to them, ‘We came from the light, the place where the light
came into being on its own accord and established [itself] and became manifest/clear through their image.’ If they say to you, ‘Is it you?’, say, ‘We are its children, we are the elect/chosen of the Living Father.’ If they ask you, ‘What is the sign of your father in you?’, say to them, ‘It is movement and repose.’”

Okay so when I read this I didn’t understand the greatness of saying.
“TELL THEM THAT, IT IS MOVEMENT AND REPOSE.” So I looked up what those words actually mean; their deep meaning; because my limited understanding couldn’t see the greatness of these two words.
I then started searching and
found these definitions  that made it so amazingly beautiful!
You see, Jesus spoke in parables so, the people who had intellect, the Pharisees, could not understand them; however, the people he chose, the elect, would be inspired to search out the meaning in order to understand.
It’s just amazing when you look up two little words and it makes the entire verse astoundingl!

REPOSE:
PEACE, TRANQUILITY
A state of rest, sleep, or tranquility.
A state of resting after exertion or strain especially : rest in sleep
Eternal or heavenly restpray for the repose of a soul
A harmony in the arrangement of parts and colors that is restful to the eye
MOVEMENT:
Moving parts of a mechanism that transmit a definite motion
A series of organized activities working toward an objective also: an organized effort to promote or attain an end.
Definition of movement in motion:
A sense  of movement
A distinct structural unit or division having its own key, rhythmic structure, and themes and forming part of an extended musical composition:
The symphony consisted of three movements.

1. A particular rhythmic flow of language :
2. Art movement
3. A harmonious
rrangement of colors and forms, providing a restful visual effect.

How extraordinary is that…

THE GOSPEL OF THOMAS

https://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/thomas.htmhttps://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/thomas.htmTranslations by: Thomas O. Lambdin (Coptic version)
                 B.P Grenfell & A.S. Hunt (Greek Fragments)
                 Bentley Layton (Greek Fragments)
Commentary by: Craig Schenk

THE GOSPEL OF THOMAS

50)  Jesus said, “If they say to you, ‘Where did you come from?’,
say to them, ‘We came from the light, the place where the light
came into being on its own accord and established [itself] and became manifest/clear through their image.’ If they say to you, ‘Is it you?’, say, ‘We are its children, we are the elect/chosen of the Living Father.’ If they ask you, ‘What is the sign of your father in you?’, say to them, ‘It is movement and repose.'”

REPOSE: PEACE, TRANQUILITY
A state of rest, sleep, or tranquility.
A state of resting after exertion or strain especially : rest in sleep

Eternal or heavenly restpray for the repose of a soul

A harmony in the arrangement of parts and colors that is restful to the eye MOVEMENT:
moving parts of a mechanism that transmit a definite motion

A series of organized activities working toward an objective also: an organized effort to promote or attain an end.

Definition of movement in motion

A sense  of movement distinct structural unit or division having its own key, rhythmic structure, and themes and forming part of an extended musical composition
The symphony consisted of three movements.

A particular rhythmic flow of language.
Art movement. A harmonious arrangement of colors and forms, providing a restful visual effect.

The Psalms of Solomon

Posted by Donna Brown Bowles

March 24, 2020

This story reminds me of today how people have turned their backs on God and, how America is being invaded by evil.

Evil from within and from them that invade our once great country.

May God have mercy on us.

The Psalms of Solomon

Chapter II.

The desecration of Jerusalem; captivity, murder, and raping. A psalm of utter despair.

When the sinner waxed proud, with a battering-ram he cast down fortified walls,

p. 106
And thou didst not restrain him.
Alien nations ascended Thine altar,
They trampled it proudly with their sandals;
Because the sons of Jerusalem had defiled the holy things of the Lord,
Had profaned with iniquities the offerings of God.
Therefore He said: Cast them far from Me;

. . . . . .
It was set at naught before God,
It was utterly dishonoured;
The sons and the daughters were m grievous captivity,
Sealed was their neck, branded was it among the nations.

According to their sins hath He done unto them,
For He hath left them in the hands of them that prevailed.
He hath turned away His face from pitying them,
Young and old and their children together;
For they had done evil one and all, in not hearkening.
And the heavens were angry,
And the earth abhorred them;
For no man upon it had done what they did,
And the earth recognized all
Thy righteous judgements, O God.
They set the sons of Jerusalem to be mocked at in return for the harlots in her;
Every wayfarer entered in in the full light of day.
They made mock with their transgressions, as they themselves were wont to do;
In the full light of day they revealed their iniquities.
And the daughters of Jerusalem were defiled in accordance with Thy judgement,
Because they had defiled themselves with unnatural intercourse.
I am pained in my bowels and my inward parts for these things.

And yet I will justify Thee, O God, in uprightness of heart,
For in Thy judgements is Thy righteousness displayed, O God.
For Thou hast rendered to the sinners according to their deeds,
Yea, according to their sins, which were very wicked.
Thou hast uncovered their sins, that Thy judgement might be manifest;
Thou hast wiped out their memorial from the earth.
God is a righteous judge,
And he is no respecter of persons.

For the nations reproached Jerusalem, trampling it down;
Her beauty was dragged down from the throne of glory.
She girded on sackcloth instead of comely raiment,
A rope was about her head instead of a crown.
She put off the glorious diadem which God had set upon her,
In dishonour was her beauty cast upon the ground.

And I saw and entreated the Lord and said,
Long enough, O Lord has Thine hand been heavy on Israel, in bringing the nations upon them.
For they have made sport unsparingly in wrath and fierce anger;
And they will make an utter end, unless Thou, O Lord, rebuke them in Thy wrath.
For they have done. it not in zeal, but in lust of soul,
Pouring out their wrath upon us with a view to rapine.
Delay not, O God, to recompense them on their heads,
To turn the pride of the dragon into dishonour. p. 107

And I had not long to wait before God showed me the insolent one
Slain on the mountains of Egypt,
Esteemed of less account than the least, on land and sea;
His body, too, borne hither and thither on the billows with much insolence,
With none to bury him, because He had rejected him with dishonour.

He reflected not that he was man,
And reflected not on the latter end;
He said: I will be lord of land and sea;
And he recognized not that it is God who is great,
Mighty in His great strength.
He is king over the heavens,
And judgeth kings and kingdoms.
It is He who setteth me up in glory,
And bringeth down the proud to eternal destruction in dishonour,
Because they knew Him not.

And now behold, ye princes of the earth, the judgement of the Lord,
For a great king and righteous is He, judging all that is under heaven.
Bless God, ye that fear the Lord with wisdom,
For the mercy of the Lord will ~e upon them that fear Him, m the Judgement;
So that He will distinguish between the righteous and the sinner,
And recompense the sinners for ever according to their deeds;
And have mercy on the righteous, delivering him from the affliction of the sinner,
And recompensing the sinner for what he bath done to the righteous.
For the Lord is good to them that call upon Him in patience,
Doing according to His mercy to His pious ones,
Establishing them at all times before Him in strength.

Blessed be the Lord for ever before His servants.

THE PSALMS OF SOLOMON

THE PSALMS OF SOLOMON

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com


Posted by Donna Brown Bowles

March 23, 2020

THIS collection of eighteen war songs are the gift of an ancient Semitic writer. The original manuscript has perished but fortunately Greek translations have been preserved, and recently a Syriac version of the same songs has turned up and was published in English for the first time in 1909 by Dr. Rendel Harris.

The date of the writing may be established at the middle of the First Century B. C. because the theme of these songs is that of Pompey’s actions in Palestine and his death in Egypt in 48 B. C.

These psalms had an important position and were widely circulated in the early Church. They are frequently referred to in the various Codexes and histories of the first few centuries of the Christian Era.

Later, they became lost through inexplicable reasons; and have only been recovered for our use after the lapse of many centuries.

Besides the literary value of the trumpet-like rhythm of these verses, we have here a chapter of stirring ancient history written by an eyewitness. Pompey comes out of the West. He uses battering-rams on the fortifications. His soldiers defile the altar. He is slain in Egypt after a fearful career. In the “righteous” of these psalms we see the Pharisees; in the “sinners” we see the Sadducees. It is an epic of a great people in the throes of a great crisis.

CHAPTER I.

“They became insolent in their prosperity . . . .”

I cried unto the Lord when I was in distress,
Unto God when sinners assailed.
Suddenly the alarm of war was heard before me;
I said, He will hearken to me for I am full of righteousness.
I thought in my heart that I was full of righteousness,
Because I was well off and had become rich in children.
Their wealth spread to the whole earth,
And their glory unto the end of the earth.
They were exalted unto the stars;
They said they would never fan.
But they became insolent in their prosperity,
And they were without understanding,
Their sins were in secret,
And even I had no knowledge of them.
Their transgressions went beyond those of the heathen before them;
They utterly polluted the holy things of the Lord.

THE FORGOTTEN BOOKS OF EDEN 

​​Chapter one of “The Forgotten books of Eden.” 

Book I. 

Adam and Eve

The crystal sea God commands Adam expelled from Eden to dwell in the cave of treasures.


I. On the third day, God planted the garden in the east of the Earth, on the border of the world eastward, beyond which, towards the Sun-rising, one finds nothing but water, that encompasses the whole world, and reaches onto the borders of heaven.

2. And to the north of the garden there is a sea of water, clear and pure to the taste, like on to nothing else, so that, through the clearness thereof, one may look into the depths of the Earth.

3. And when a man washes himself in it, becomes clean of the cleaness thereof, and white of its whiteness– even if it were dark.

4. And God created that sea of His own good pleasure, for He knew what would come of the man He should make; so that after he had left the garden, on account of his transgression, men should be born in the earth, from among whom righteous ones should die, whose souls God would raise at the last day; when they should return to their flesh; should bathe in the water of that sea, and all of them repent of their sins.

5. But when God made Adam go out of the garden, He did not place him on the border of it northward, lest he should draw near to the sea of water, and he and Eve wash themselves in it, be cleansed from their sins, forget the transgression they had committed, and he no longer reminded of it in the thought of their punishment.

6. Then, again, as to the southern side of the garden, God was not pleased to let Adam dwell there; because, when the wind blew from the north, it would bring him, on that southern side, the delicious smell of the trees of the garden.

7. Wherefore God did not put Adam there, lest he should smell the sweet smell of those trees forget his transgression, and find consolation for what he had done, take delight in the smell of the trees, and not be cleansed from his transgression.

8. Again, also, because God is merciful and of great pity, and governs all things in a way He alone knows–He made our father Adam dwell in the western border of the garden, because on that side the earth is very broad.

9. And God commanded him to dwell there in a cave in a rock–the Cave of Treasures below the garden.

Deathless Life

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com

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ODE 10.

A vigorous little Ode in which Christ Himself is the speaker.

1.  The Lord hath directed my mouth by His word: and He hath opened my heart by His light: and He hath caused
to dwell in me His deathless life;

Read more:http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/fbe/fbe204.htm

Regarding protection from evil…

The Book of ODE

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com

ODE 5.

This Ode has strangely appeared in a speech by Salome in another ancient work called the Pistis Sophia.

1. I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, because I love thee;

2. O Most High, thou wilt not forsake me, for thou art my hope:

3. Freely I have received thy grace, I shall live thereby:

4 My persecutors will come and not see me:

5. A cloud of darkness shall fall on their eyes; and an air of thick gloom shall darken them:

6. And they shall have no light to see: they may not take hold upon me.

7. Let their counsel become thick darkness, and what they have cunningly devised, let it return upon their own heads:

8. For they have devised a counsel, and it did not succeed:

9. For my hope is upon the Lord, and I will not fear, and because the Lord is my salvation, I will not fear:

10. And He is as a garland on my head and I shall not be moved; even if everything should be shaken, I stand firm;

11. And if all things visible should perish, I shall not die; because the Lord is with me and I am with Him. Hallelujah.

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Read more: http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/fbe/fbe200.htm

The Closing of The Temple..?

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com

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ODE 4.

This Ode is important because of the historical allusion with which it commences. This may refer to the closing of the temple at Leontopolis in Egypt which would date this writing about 73 A. D.

1. No man, O my God, changeth thy holy place;

2. And it is not (possible) that he should change it and put it in another place: because he hath no power over it:

3. For thy sanctuary thou hast designed before thou didst make (other) places:

4. That which is the older shall not be altered by those that are younger than itself.

5. Thou has given thy heart, O Lord, to thy believers: never wilt thou fail, nor be without fruits:

6. For one hour of thy Faith is more precious than all days and years.

7. For who is there that shall put on thy grace, and be hurt?

8. For thy seal is known: and thy creatures know it: and thy (heavenly) hosts possess it: and the elect archangels are clad with it.

9. Thou hast given us thy fellowship: it was not that thou wast in need of us: but that we are in need of thee:

10. Distill thy dews upon us and open thy rich fountains that pour forth to us milk and honey:

11.  For there is no repentance with thee that thou shouldest repent of anything that thou hast promised:

12.  And the end was revealed before thee: for what thou gavest, thou gavest freely:

13. So that thou mayest, not draw them back and take them again:

14. For all was revealed before thee as God, and ordered from the beginning before thee: and thou, O God, hast made all things. Hallelujah.

Next: Ode 5

The First Words of Ode Have Disappeared

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The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com

ODE 3.

The first words of this Ode have disappeared.

1 . . . I put on:

2. And his members are with him. And on them do I stand, and He loves me:

3. For I should not have known how to love the Lord, if He had not loved me.

4 For who is able to distinguish love, except the one that is loved?

5. I love the Beloved, and my soul loves Him:

6. And where His rest is, there also am I;

7. And I shall be no stranger, for with the Lord Most High and Merciful there is no grudging.

8. I have been united to I-run, for the Lover has found the Beloved,

9. And because I shall love Him that, is the Son, I shall become a son;

10. For he that is joined to Him that is immortal, will also himself become immortal;

1. And he who has pleasure in the Living One, will become living.

12. This is the Spirit of the Lord, which doth not lie, which teacheth the sons of men to know His ways.

13. Be wise and understanding and vigilant. Allelujah.

Next: Ode 4

PERFECT SALVATION ~°•

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926],
sacred-texts.com

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ODE 1.

1. The Lord is on my head like a crown, and I shall not be without Him.

2. They wove for me a crown of truth, and it caused thy branches to bud in me.

3. For it is not like a withered crown which buddeth not: but thou livest upon my head, and thou hast blossomed upon my head.

4. Thy fruits are full-grown and perfect, they are full of thy salvation.

The Forgotten Books of Eden

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com

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CHAPTER II.

Adam and Eve faint upon leaving the Garden. God sends His word to encourage them.

1. BUT when our father Adam, and Eve, went out of the garden, they trod the ground on their feet, not knowing they were treading.

2. And when they came to the opening of the gate of the garden, and saw the broad earth spread before them, covered with stones large and small, and with sand, they feared and trembled, and fell on their faces, from the fear that came upon them; and they were as dead.

3. Because–whereas they had hitherto been in the garden-land, beautifully planted with all manner of trees–they now saw themselves, in a strange land, which they knew not, and had never seen.

4. And because at that time they were filled with the grace of a bright nature, and they had not hearts turned towards earthly things.

5. Therefore had God pity on them; and when He saw them fallen before the gate of the garden, He sent His Word unto father Adam and Eve, and raised them from their fallen state.

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Next: Chapter III