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The Strange Birth of Melchizedek


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Noah had a bother called 'Nir', Nir had a wife called 'Sopanim' who became pregnant in her old age.

She is embarrassed by this pregnancy and hides herself until the child is due. When Nir discovers she is pregnant he rebukes her and intends to send her away because she has disgraced him, but instead she falls dead at his feet.

 

Noah discovers this and tells Nir that the Lord has “covered up our scandal.” They bury Sopanim in a black shroud in a secret grave. 

However the child was not dead and came out of the dead mother as a fully developed child. This terrifies Nir and Noah, but since the child is “glorious in appearance” they realize the Lord is renewing the priesthood in their bloodline. They name the child 'Melchizedek'.

 

 Melchizedek is only with Nir for forty days, then the Lord instructs Arc Angel Michael to go and take the boy up to heaven. The Lord calls him 'My Child Melchizedek'.

 

The child is to be placed in Paradise forever. Nir is so grieved by the loss of his son. He also dies leaving no more priests in the world, allowing the world to become even more evil. Noah is therefore instructed to build the ark.

 

This strange miraculous birth story for Melchizedek is part of an interest in the King of Salem (Salem - Later to become known as Jerusalem) first mentioned in the Bible in Genesis 14:18.

 

Is Melchizedek Jesus ?

Is Enoch Jesus ?

Is Moses Jesus ?

Is Elijah Jesus

 

All of these prophets were translated to Heaven.

 

 

 

 

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Where Melchizedek is mentioned in the Bible.

 

Genesis 14: 18

And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: and blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand.

 

Psalms 110

Hebrews 5,6,7

 

https://hisvoiceonline.com/melchizedek-in-the-bible/

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, alexa said:

Is Melchizedek Jesus ?

 

No, the Bible says Jesus is a priest in the order of Melchizdeck 'forever'

 

Psalms and Hebrews.

 

Unless you think Jesus had another religion he started? I think he was schooled in other religions and philosophies from which he drew inspiration.

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3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

 

No, the Bible says Jesus is a priest in the order of Melchizdeck 'forever'

 

Psalms and Hebrews.

 

Unless you think Jesus had another religion he started? I think he was schooled in other religions and philosophies from which he drew inspiration.

 

It's easy to see why someone would say this as Melchizedek was ;

 

  • Like Jesus, he is both a king and a priest.
  • Like Jesus, he is a "king of peace" and a "king of righteousness."
  • Like Jesus, "he remains a priest forever."
  • The author of Hebrews says that Melchizedek is "without father or mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end of life." Taken literally, this would mean that Melchizedek is an eternal being.

Who knows - As God can do anything. But for now we can only speculate. The story above is from the book of Enoch.

When you start to read from all the banned books of the Bible, they certainly do put a new light on the scriptures.

 

 

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11 hours ago, alexa said:

 

It's easy to see why someone would say this as Melchizedek was ;

 

  • Like Jesus, he is both a king and a priest.
  • Like Jesus, he is a "king of peace" and a "king of righteousness."
  • Like Jesus, "he remains a priest forever."
  • The author of Hebrews says that Melchizedek is "without father or mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end of life." Taken literally, this would mean that Melchizedek is an eternal being.

Who knows - As God can do anything. But for now we can only speculate. The story above is from the book of Enoch.

When you start to read from all the banned books of the Bible, they certainly do put a new light on the scriptures.

 

Yes, they do, I've read God-Man The Word Made Flesh, in it he lists some of the books rejected by council on Nicea. I'm going to read The Gospel of Mary Magdelene - wonder why they would reject that.

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From the book mentioned, a list of rejected books.

 

However, for the information of our readers we will give the table of contents of Vol. 14 of the Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East, entitled "The Great
Rejected Books":


OLD TESTAMENT APOCRYPHA


1. The Books of Adam and Eve;
The lives of Adam and Eve;
The Apocalypse of Moses ; The Slavonic Book of Eve.
2. The Writings Attributed to Enoch ; The Great Prophetic Book of Enoch ; The Lost Book of Noah.
3. The Apocalypse of Baruch ; His Vision of Heaven.
4. The Story of Ahikar ; The Old Armenian Version;
The New-found Ancient Book.


THE NEW TESTAMENT APOCRYPHA


5. The Gospels of Christ's Childhood;
The Protevangelium, or Original Gospel of James ; Gospel of Thomas the Doubter; The Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew; An Arabic Gospel of the Infancy.
6. The Gospels of Nicodemus; The Greek Gospel of Nicodemus ; A Later Gospel;
The Harrowing of Hell;
The Acts of Pilate;
The Letters of Pilate.

 

There are many more - Gospel of Mary Magdalene etc

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35 minutes ago, pi3141 said:

From the book mentioned, a list of rejected books.

 

However, for the information of our readers we will give the table of contents of Vol. 14 of the Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East, entitled "The Great
Rejected Books":


OLD TESTAMENT APOCRYPHA


1. The Books of Adam and Eve;
The lives of Adam and Eve;
The Apocalypse of Moses ; The Slavonic Book of Eve.
2. The Writings Attributed to Enoch ; The Great Prophetic Book of Enoch ; The Lost Book of Noah.
3. The Apocalypse of Baruch ; His Vision of Heaven.
4. The Story of Ahikar ; The Old Armenian Version;
The New-found Ancient Book.


THE NEW TESTAMENT APOCRYPHA


5. The Gospels of Christ's Childhood;
The Protevangelium, or Original Gospel of James ; Gospel of Thomas the Doubter; The Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew; An Arabic Gospel of the Infancy.
6. The Gospels of Nicodemus; The Greek Gospel of Nicodemus ; A Later Gospel;
The Harrowing of Hell;
The Acts of Pilate;
The Letters of Pilate.

 

There are many more - Gospel of Mary Magdalene etc

 

I have read the book of Jasher & there are some very strange stories in this book.

 

2 Samuel 1:18
(Also he bade them teach the children of Judah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Jasher.)

 
Joshua 10:13 

Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.

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26 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

I have read the book of Jasher & there are some very strange stories in this book.

 

2 Samuel 1:18
(Also he bade them teach the children of Judah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Jasher.)

 
Joshua 10:13 

Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.

 

That's when they needed to fix malfunctioned sun? Electrician was away on holiday....

 

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People tend to focus too much on Melchizedek the individual, instead of the Order that Melchizedek belongs to. Because of that, they end up losing sight of what is really important.

 

The phrase "Order of Melchizedek" is like saying "The Fraternity that Joe belongs to". It is not Joe that is important, but the Fraternity.

 

If Joe belongs to Freemasonry for example, does that mean that Freemasonry is all about Joe and what Joe is doing at any given moment? Obviously not.

 

To understand the Order of Melchizedek and what its purpose is, One must look at the context of the relevant verses.

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23 minutes ago, Base12 said:

To understand the Order of Melchizedek and what its purpose is, One must look at the context of the relevant verses.

 

Here is the context...

 

Genesis 14:18-19

"And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth:"

 

The most important thing to understand in the above verses is that Melchizedek blessed Abraham. Thus, in order to understand the purpose of the Order, One must understand what the Blessing was all about. This is the Key to the entire thing.

 

So, what was the Blessing? Behold...

 

Genesis 15:1

"After these things the word of the LORD came unto Abram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward."

 

Do you see the Blessing? Immediately after being blessed my Melchizedek, God visits Abraham and tells him of an 'exceeding great reward'.

 

We call this reward 'Abraham's Seed'...

 

Genesis 15:5

"And he brought him forth abroad, and said, Look now toward heaven, and tell the stars, if thou be able to number them: and he said unto him, So shall thy seed be."

 

One day, the Saved will become Abraham's Seed...

 

Galatians 3:29

"And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise."

 

And now you know what the Order of Melchizedek is all about. The 'Order' is symbolic of the Genetic Template by which the Human Race will be upgraded with.

 

When Melchizedek blessed Abraham, what he was doing was symbolically transferring the Seed of God into the loins of Abraham that would ultimately lead to Jesus.

 

This Genetic Template is described as...

  • Without Father
  • Without Mother
  • Without Descent
  • Having neither beginning of days, nor end of life
  • But made like unto the Son of God
  • Abideth a Priest continually

Do you see the 'Revelation' contained in the description? The Order of Melchizedek is what the Saved will be 'made like unto'.

 

Again, the Order of Melchizedek is code for the Genetic Construct of the Glorified Body. It is a real, quantifyable and tangible thing.

 

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