Thursday, October 10, 2013

Chapter Three: Esau-The Root and Offspring of David

In the Greek language of the New Testament, the name of Jesus is spelled IESOUS. 

When the Greeks transcribed Hebrew names from the Old Testament, into their own language, they changed the form of those names by adding a silent “S” to end.  For example, Judah became Judas.  Jonah became Jonas. The names are still pronounced the same, because the “S” is silent. You are probably more familiar with the French language, which utilizes a similar device. The French word LES is pronounced LAY. The “S” on the end is silent, as it also is in the French words rendezvous and debris.

When we apply the Greek form of transcription to the name of IESOUS, and render the final “S” silent, we find that the name of IESOUS (Jesus) is a Greek transcription of the Hebrew name ESAU.

We know who Esau’s twin, Jacob, is. The Bible is filled with the diabolical acts of the 12 tribes of Jacob. However, very little is known about Esau.  To understand who Jesus is and why he came to Jerusalem, we need the keys of Esau. Those keys require us to expand our knowledge of language beyond the Hebrew interpretations of scripture and use a bit of language alchemy. As demonstrated in the previous two chapters of this work, the manuscript of the Bible is written in Tongues, the tongues of every nation, kindred, tongue and people. Traditionally, biblical references to "the nations”, refer specifically to non-Hebrew nations. We will call upon the tongues of the non-Hebrew nations to interpret it. 

ESAU is the FIRST BORN SON of the Patriarch Isaac and is called by his father's name. The name of Esau is contained within the name of Isaac. If we drop the letter “C” from the end of Isaac, we find the name of Isaa, a transliteration of Iesou (Jesus) and Esau. ISSA is the Arabic name for Jesus. In Sanskrit, ISSA means Lord or Supreme Master.  ESAU (Iesous) is Lord, literally.

Esau, known as ISSA in Islam and IESOUS in Christianity, bears the name of his Father, Isaa-C (Iesous Christos). Esau is the legal heir of his father Isaac and the covenant son of the blessing of Abraham. Jacob is not the legal heir of Isaac and is not the covenant son of Abraham. To understand Jacob’s interpretation of scripture is to err gravely.

Esau married three wives of the land of Canaan.  All of Esau’s children were Canaanites.

Kanya is a Sanskrit word that means virgin.  All of Esau’s sons, who were born in Cana’a, were therefore born of VIRGINS, for Cana is the house of virgins.

Among the sons of Esau was born a grandson called Gatam, as in Gotama Buddha.  Gatam is a Sanskrit word meaning “one who has attained spiritual knowledge by dispelling ignorance.”

Esau and his family left the land of Canaan and dwelled in Mount Seir.  Mount Seir is not a mountain in the Middle East.  Mount Seir is the Mountain of the Seers, or prophets. Genesis 25:26 identifies the Seer’s mountain as the mount of the “Footprint monument”.  The footprint monument is in the mountains of the Himalayas, in Nepal, the birthplace of Gotama Buddha. The monument is said to be the footprint of the prophet Gatama. Nepal sits on the border of China, which is very possibly a transliteration of Qana.

 Isaiah 2:2
"And it shall come to pass in the last days, that the mountain of the LORD'S house shall be established in the Highest of the mountains (The Himalayas), and shall be exalted above the hills; and the gentiles shall flow into it."
All of Esau’s sons are described as Dukes.  The word used for Dukes is “Alluwph”, pronounced “Olive”, and meaning “docile, intimate friend, tame, gentle”.  Esau and his sons are the gentle ones, or Gentiles. They are described in Genesis as the sons of beauty, eloquence and rest.

Esau’s firstborn son was Eliphaz, which means “God of purity”, or “God of the purified”.  It also means “God of pure, refined Gold”, which calls to mind the golden image of the Buddha.  The word used to describe Eliphaz as the firstborn is “Bekkowr”, a Tibetan word meaning MONK.


 Alchemy in the Tongues of Nahum
Nahum 3:12,13
This scripture has been translated by Torah scholars to read:
"All thy strongholds shall be like fig trees with first ripe figs, if they be shaken they shall even fall into the mouth of the eater.
Behold, thy people in the midst of thee are women: the gates of thy land shall be set wide open unto thine enemies: the fire shall devour thy bars."
The Bible is written in tongues, the tongues of every nation, kindred, tongue and people. When we employ these tongues, in this scripture, we receive "Revelation", which is the very meaning of the name Nahum.
When translated using the tongues of the nations, including Latin, Pali, Sanskrit, Tamil and others, the scripture reads:
"Under the refuge of the Bodhi tree, the monks of Nuwa (Sri Lanka) and Nepal, their words fed the  nations. Among them was Issa (ESAU, Jesus), the prince of the Arhants.  At Passover, at Passover, in Jerusalem,  they devoured him, the blessing, the prince of our fathers,  the strength of the nations of the Himalayas, the strong refuge."
  • Issa is the name of Jesus in the Islamic faith. Issa is Esau and Iesou.
  • The Newa, also called Newar, are the people of the Island fortress of Sri Lanka, an ancient Buddhist stronghold.
  • Nepal is the birthplace of the Buddha, nestled in the Himalayan mountains.
  • The word "fig" is "Bikkuwr", the Bhuddist word for Monk.
  • An Arhant is "someone who is worthy", an enlightened being, a Buddha.
  • Nepal is phonetically rendered "Naphal" in the text and has been translated "to fall".

The Beginning of Adam, Who is Edom
The story of Esau, who is Edom, is the story of Adam. Adam and Edom are phonetically equivalent. A-DAM is the A-laya, or House, of the Dham-ma. The Dhamma is the Buddist teaching of the Way. The Dhamma is also the Word. Rearrange the letters slightly and Adam becomes Dama, the WORD and the WAY of ISSA, or ESAU, the Christ.

Genesis 2:7, as it is written, states “Edom breathed the breath of life. Edom was the breath of life.” Jesus, who is Esau, said “I am the life”.
Genesis 3:2, as it is written, states “Edom became ONE. He understood the difference between good and evil and liberated himself from TORAH, and embraced the book of life and ate from it and gained eternal life.” Edom is Esau.  Esau is known to Muslims as Issa and to Christians as Iesous, Jesus.

In the above scripture the word for good is TOWB.  The word for evil is RA.  Together these words form TOW-RA, or TORAH.  The word for tree in this scripture is ETS. It is the same word translated as BOOK in other scriptures. Therefore the phrase "the tree of the knowledge of good and evil" can be translated "the book of Torah". 
Adam lived under TORAH law.  Much like the Scribes and Pharisees who lived under Torah law, in Jesus time, Adam was blind, naked, had no knowledge and no eternal life. He was commanded not to EAT from this book. To EAT from the book means to digest it, to understand and comprehend it.
Like John, in Revelation, Adam ATE the book.  He internalized it. He comprehended and understood it.  Words that had been sweet on the lips turned to lamentation and mourning once he understood them.
Revelation 10:10
  "And I took the little book out of the angel's hand, and ate it up; and it was in my mouth sweet as honey: and as soon as I had eaten it, my belly was bitter."
We cannot follow the story of Esau simply by searching for his name, for much of the time, his name has been hidden from us.  The word HERB, in Torah, is ESAB, a transliteration of ESAV.
We can find his name in Exodus 9:25, in the account of the destruction of Egypt by the sons of Jacob.
As it is written, the account reads:
“Hail smote the land of Egypt and the sages of Edom . The BEAST with hailstones smote Esau’s sages and destroyed the book of the sages.” The next verse reads “From the land of Goshen, the sons of Israel hailed”. The sons of Israel are the hailstones that fell upon and made war with the land of Egypt and killed the sages of ESAU, the FIRSTBORN son of Isaac. Thus, the book of Revelation speaks of “Egypt where our Lord (Esau)  was crucified.”
While the sons of Israel were in captivity in Egypt for 430 years, the children of Esau were busy building a nation flowing with milk and honey and LIBERTY. Gatama Buddha actually established  a republic for his followers.  Esau’s children had taken the good news of enlightenment as far as Egypt and Egypt had chosen Esau, the firstborn son, as their teacher. Egypt rejected Jacob, who wanted to rule and reign in Egypt as Joseph had done. The sons of Jacob were an abomination to Egypt because of their bloody and violent sacrifices. Passover was Jacob’s wrath against Esau, the beloved firstborn son of Egypt.
In scripture, Israel is called BEHEMAH, the BEAST, because the encampment of Israel in the wilderness looked like a large quadraped that covered the land. The encampment also resembles an Islamic mosque with a dome at the center surrounded by four minerets.
This is also very similar to the flag of South Korea, who is running your United Nations.




No comments:

Post a Comment