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"garden eden" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"My lord and i do not know where they have laid him and when she had said that she turned around and saw jesus standing there and she didn't know that it was jesus and jesus said to her woman. Why are you weeping home. Are you looking for opposing him to be what the gardener she said to him sir. You've carried him away. Please tell me where you put him. And i will take him away. Jesus said to her. Mary and she turned and said to him. In hebrew erupt. Four knee teacher. At the moment he called her name she knew it was it was it was jesus and she said she wanted to grab onto him and hold him and she's donald onto me. Do not hold on to me. Because i have not yet ascended to the father but go to my brothers and say to them. I am ascending to my father. And to your father to mike god into your god. He's basically saying there were siblings. You're my sister. we have the same father. God we are all siblings of the lord. Jesus christ he's the first born of a new creation he's the firstborn son and he has made new creation for us where related his siblings. And he doesn't want her to hold on and that mary magdalene who had seven demons healed of seven team and she becomes the apostle to the apostles as she's a woman and women weren't reliable witnesses you had to have two or three preferably male witnesses only in the hebrew jewish world. And she's a woman and she's witnessed. She's i talk to jesus in john's gospel and she becomes the apostle to the apostles off. It's amazing and mary. Magdalene went and announce to the disciples. I have seen the lord. I love that picture of her. I have seen the lord think of the joy and she told them that he had said these things to her. Now artists have painted this beautiful garden scene. And it's mary seen jesus talking to juices you said him teacher rhibani and then he says touch me not dot touch me touch me. Not dot dot dot as me. Don't touch me. there's a common thing don't touch me. don't touch me. Don't touch me touch me not normally intended to hold touch me touch me. not now. there's another recurring theme in these paintings. Jesus is holding something. There's a shovel another shovel. A rake a hoe. And they're in this beautiful garden and he has a shovel or a rake or a ho in his hand here. He has a hat on to shield his face and end to shovel in the other arm. So i ask you. Who was the very very first gardner in the bible whose jesus the new hatem. What was the very first garden. Eden the new adam has removed all the thorns and thistles of sin. 'cause he destroyed sin on the cross and the new adam has undone the curse of the ground. Adam's body eve's body. All bodies were trapped in the ground. The ground was curse. There was no way back to the vision. There was no way back to the garden of eden but when he harrowed haiti's on holy saturday in the tomb time he freed mankind. This new gardener. This new adam he broke the kersey ushered in the father's greatest blessing reverse the curse freed all the souls and made away back to the father. So you see the chasm. They lost the old garden but he's going to get it back for them. He's going to crush the head of satan on the cross. He's gonna conquer death and rice from it. So he's the new adam that was part one of the gospel of john. Chapter twenty on seeking truth with sharon doran to learn more about seeking truth bible studies visit seeking truth dot net tune in next time for more seeking truth with sharon doran.
"garden eden" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Across the globe. And you see this. Can you talk to me about that. Yeah i mean a number one i. I'm impressed that you still have the book. It's a great little read isn't it. It really is the wonder. I didn't lose it dirty truck somewhere or sell it for two dollars to buy a hamburger or something. Yeah but yeah hills. Book is a is real good about that. He goes back and documents and he he tries to warn us not to oversimplify that of course take the roman empire and there's a lot of factors that went into the decline of the roman empire. It wasn't just so as but he does point this out that the romans as technologically advanced as they were they were actually sort of stupid when it came to agriculture. The italian uplands are not flat. There tends to be a tremendous amount of slope to many of the soils on the italian peninsula as hill points out in his book. And so the romans go in there start clearing the native vegetation that cut down. The trees are planting crops. Originally i suspect it was wheat and other grains well those kinds of crops are notoriously erosive when you try to grow them on slopes because when you plant the seed it takes a long time for the for the for the plans to emerge and to close the canopy and protect the soil and so they had massive amounts of erosion according to hill. And i've never been deadly so. I can't speak to this firsthand but you go to the italian peninsula these days. There's hardly any soil left on any of the hills it's just a bunch of bare rocks and the evidence of massive amounts of erosion is still evident to this day and so according to hillel one of the things that the romans did not realize was that exposure of soil to rainfall after clearing of the native vegetation resulted in massive land degradation as a result of water erosion. Now you would think wouldn't issue. The romans would be able to figure that out early. Not and they just continued to do it. Until the spoils were so eroded that they wouldn't even grow crops of wheat and barley and so forth anymore and they had to resort to what Permanent crops like olives and grapes And so they switched over. And so where did they get their grain. They started to import their grain from north africa. Egypt in particular their empire in this is one of the things that he'll argues is that they were forced to expand their empire. In order to acquire lands that were capable of producing sufficient quantities of food for their people because they had ruined their soils to the extent that they were no longer able to grow enough grain to feed their own people as one example of the inability of civilization to take care of their soil right so that decentralisation caused them to spread and expand out in basically become. I mean they. They were prosperous for a long time but became vulnerable because of that and that was there. Yeah i mean. Instead of growing their quote owned grain they're importing grain from foreign countries. Another good example was the message contains who tended to salen is their lands with inappropriate irrigation techniques. So this was even before the romans. This is the fertile crescent. And all that right some of the first civilizations in babylonia The irrigated so heavily that they rose their water table when it reached the surface it evaporated and deposited salt. it left. What was in it because race leaves but the salt stays they. Salen is their lands by improper irrigation that particular example would have been like the cradle of life tigris-euphrates river referred to in genesis. Yes is that in modern day iraq is correct and the area that we're talking about here is down in that southern town near bezerra. It's a southern town and the fields around north of bows are still waterlogged in salen is as a result of improper irrigation. Thousands of years ago. Is it clear that the soil usage is what has what attributed that to become almost desert. Like yes they The archaeologist in particular and i think hill says are pretty convinced that's why that area is is desolate as it is now. And as a result the babylonians continually move north as they screwed up their soils with with too much irrigation water and finally civilization disappear tara. Spencer is my longtime friend and thought leader in our region for pastured poultry and family farming. He's always had a unique insight into the soil and it came from a unique place far from northwest arkansas. I want to learn about his operation. How he builds soils and where he became inspired to be a farmer. A meet my friend terrel spencer. Also a student of documenta tara spencer also known as spence to me for decades. Tell me what you do. Tell me about your. Yeah i am a pastured poultry. Grower raise chickens out on pasture. And then i have a processing plant that i partner with. We butcher them deliver them to customers across northwest arkansas eastern oklahoma I also ama- grass farmer cut hay and sell it just more than anything man i i just. I love working with nature. They're independent growers. Like you and then there are people that grow chickens under contract with some of these big companies. Talk to me about the the system so that you have in place and particularly how soil really is kind of a foundational part it. I'm like one of the the one percenters when it comes to just raising poultry right because ninety nine point. Something percent major. You're one of the billionaires that i'm into that spectrum i could find a way to flip flop and we'd be doing pretty good. Not like most chicken. Growers are growers grow for someone else. They grow someone else's birds 'bout in the eighties poultry companies realized that the least profitable part of the chicken industry was actually a the risk of raising chickens in that and so they they kind of outsource that to people sign up for you know no one makes you do it and it works well for some folks and for some folks that doesn't and we're just not in that system at all where we are just independent. It's just right now myself. My boys my daughter cross farms across the creek farm. Talk to me about the sequence of moving these pins like describe pass your poultry. How works it. It actually works really well. Chickens lay down manure like we bring in feed and then they eat it and it goes out the back end in about half of what they eat becomes chicken and the other half goes out the back end. If you went to your farm you would see these mobile pens that you move every day. Yeah every every every couple of days. Yeah so you get in to crops. You're getting. Hey which route here is very valuable. But you're also getting chickens but the catalyst of it all is the soil. Yeah because chick. Noor's going down in and then the grass comes up very nutrient rich. Rose fast grows good. We don't spray. The edges of fields are intentionally messy which is hunters like. I don't personally hunt. I love hunters because beer constantly grazing down stuff or other critters you know pop and kyle. La your true unfiltered thoughts on raccoons man. I think let me start. A sentence for a good record is a dead raccoon. Or is is on someone's wall or a hat. A good rat came in the word king. I like the word trash panda but in you know a good then friends. Long live the beast but not on your arm yes now that we understand the process of soil inputs from the chickens and the subsequent grass harvest. I want to hear about where. And how terrible decided to be a farmer. My first realization of the destructiveness human beings like just to the soil was in iraq. My job was as a gunner. And we'd go and the us military in the us military this is back in two thousand and four and we would go down and escort convoys and stuff that was one of the things we did and we'd go down to kuwait. Bring him back up as in baghdad and we would go through these areas that were like. They had irrigation ditches. They had pumps they. Had you know all this stuff for agriculture. And at the time. I kind of had my eye on some rice farmers daughter in east arkansas. So i knew like a good setup for good rice rat and so i thought we'd had south and it'd be like they're going to plant rice here you know. And one day to digress. But she did become. This woman became the rice queen. Cross county ice queen. Okay take us back down and so we one day we were heading down the fleet. All these fields were flooded. Okay they're going to grow rice and at the time. I zero about farming i. I'd been a punk rocker before. I went into the military. No agricultural background and then over time we pass it again and it was all white. What's going on here and then we came back. You know like a couple days later. And they're all these families filling bags of salt and it just like what is going on and then i got back. I went to the university arkansas and got a degree in soil science. And and it just like blew my mind because this is the fertile crescent right like we all learned that in school. And as i started thinking back and i was account went through pictures and like southern iraq. Man that was like where they think the garden eden was like. Yeah and it's just a waste lynn. And it's all because humans well intentioned humans their actions like just destroyed the foundation of life in that area. You know and it's crazy even looking at like here in the us we've been here kicking around one hundred and fifty years doing agriculture. And we're seeing the same problems you know and i guess what i'm passionate about is just like not leaving. That ness for someone else. Leave better than i found it especially coming back from the war. It was like when i realized through farming you can be creative instead of destructive man. I was hooked. Yeah and that's why. Raise chickens on tash. I want to jump back to dr miller. I think we need to go back and try to understand the fundamental aspects of soil. Welcome to dr miller's soil science class one. oh one here's dr miller. Dr miller talked to me about how soils this thin layer on the outer crust of the earth is so essential to not just human life but every part of life. Because it's kind of bizarre when you think about this big rock floating around the star and this whatever the volume of the earth is. It's massive in this this outer tiny tiny fraction of that volume of the chrysler. Is this brilliant. Intricate wild thing called dirt. Which is what humans disdain in so many ways right. Talk to me about about the uniqueness of that you know it is interesting. It's a good point that you bring up to by volume. The earth is miniscule fraction soil right because as most of us know it can range from. Oh gosh six inches thick two. I dunno down. Near the equator. There are probably soils that are fifty or sixty feet thick in general to two three four five feet. Thick is all soil is and it has unique properties. it's more than just crushed up rock. A lot of people say will church. Just you can take rock and crushed up and you have dirt. No you can't crushed rock not soil. It's crushed up rock. You need to undergo what we what we signed is what we sold. Scientists call petty genesis. Which is the process by which this stuff called parent material which can be rock or it can be sediment or it can be planned to shoot for that matter petty genesis the process by which that material is converted into this special stuff that we call soil and yes it does have minerals in it but it also has organic materials in it and then incredibly importantly has lots of pours and pours is where the water is held and then of course the other thing that special about soils is the fact that it's so biologically active It's got some stuff living in it. So i mean this combination of factors. I think that leads to the uniqueness of soils its composition. Clearly it's chemical composition is a very interesting and unique chemical composition sand silt and clay pore size distributions biological activity and then this organic fraction is incredibly interesting. Those features combine to make soil unique in its ability to support plant life. But then they these other things soils do that are remarkable and most people. When they think of soils they think of soil support plant life and that is true but they also help control the composition of the atmosphere through one zero two production and or sequestration methane is produced by soils nitrous. Oxide is produced by us. So soils through their production and consumption of gases help regulate the composition of the atmosphere which these days with people you know talking about global warming. That's an important thing that soils do about The ability of soils to hold and purify water every drop of rainfall pretty much interact with soil and the quality of the soils than tends to infant impact the quality of the walker. Where would we be without soils to hold water. We would have massive floods. We would have no mechanism by which to store water for plants to take up later on. Ask dr miller about the composition of soils as compared to the human body. Here's what he had to say. Dr miller in the book of genesis it talks about how man was formed from the earth. But i remember when i've 'cause halal first chapter he talks about that event. Can you explain to me just about how literally the human body is made of the same things that the soil is. There's no question that's true. Only what i don't know how many naturally occurring elements there are on the periodic table. These days there used to be ninety two or something like that. The principal elements that compose us. That compose the soils are effectively. The same elements in fact interesting story and that is that some people are proponents. These days of what are called green. Burials are you. Are you familiar with green. Burials okay instead of embalming the human body and instead of putting it in a casket which then gets put into a sarcophagus the greenbury lists will call them advocate non preservation of the body and burial within twenty four hours directly into the soil. And the idea like it. It's kind of interesting idea but rather to allow the elements that are in the human body to return to the soil in a natural way. Interesting stuff. Dr miller in modern tom. Soil degradation continues to define our existence. Dr miller will now go into a modern example of a soil issue. That nearly snuffed out here in america. Hang on with me boys. We're about to get out all this nerdy soil stuff and talk about whitetail deer or maybe soils have a ton to do. Whitetail deer stand by. I think a lot of people probably would say well the romans and the most potatoes a lift thousands you. They didn't know any better. We know better. They might say the gym on the street or mary on the street. You tell them about the importance of soils and they go. We got nothing to worry about. The scientists have figured this out. We know how to take care of our soil's well it wasn't that long ago in this country that we had a massive erosion event called the dust bowl right. I mean nineteen thirties. Early nineteen thirties south central united states. We had up from from fence road offense fro because suddenly we had tractor. I mean that was kind of the same time that tribe were becoming available and had had plentiful rainfall over a period of several years and so people just planted wheat right and left and all of a sudden one sprang. There was no rain. And so they had pulverized the soil. They had cleared those southern prairies of all native vegetation. So here they were over tilled powdery driza bone and these huge santa anna winds came out of the worst and i wasn't there. I'm old but i'm not that old but my dad was alive. My dad was born in twenty three in as a kid. He remembers dust in indiana blown in from the dust bowl and said the morning sunrises in the evening sunsets were absolutely remarkable as a result of illness dust in the atmosphere. Well the amount of soil that was removed from the southern plains. was unbelievable as a result of this wind erosion event so wild. Yes we have learned a lot. Since the time of the romans. In the mess pertains. We did the same thing. Eighty ninety one hundred years ago right here in this country where we allowed this tremendous degradation of the land to occur. That's a good place to explain to us. How soil in the span of human lifetimes really is not a renewable resource could point. It is not because we think of. We think the soil is well. That's part of the beauty of soil as it can be restored and you can do things to bring back so health but it is a long term process. It is in fact and we didn't talk about that. But i mean the the kinds of times frames that we're talking about here in order to produce one inch of soil. Say that in an under a natural kind of a of a setting hundreds to thousands of years to produce one ashes soil. And so this is a very very very slow process the soils outside our window here outside. My office window have been in the process of being weathered and turned into soil for literally. Millions of years really soils are millions of years old out here yet. really and so how. Rapidly consoles erode will think about erosion erosion event like the dust. Bowl you can remove two feet of soil in a matter of an afternoon and i emphasize this in my course they are essential to life. They are delicate. You have to be gentle with them. When as soon as you remove the vegetative cover you have exposed that soil to potential disaster through erosion even though we have this advanced industrial society the fragility of our soil's is something that we can never forget about and that we need to continue to pay attention to no matter if you live in urban or areas. Whether you're a farmer earn insurance agent were all connected to the soil. I now want to ask. Dr miller about the fertile soils on the earth called malla. Sol's some of which are in the great plains. The united states and these soils are very rare are solves in the. Us developed under tall grass prairie immense herds of grazing bison and other ungulates and the perfect mix of rainfall freezing and thawing of the soil. Freezing solid of soils like in the midwestern united states slows down the decomposition of organic matter allowing it to build up over the years organic matters dead stuff that used to be alive. Soil in the southern latitudes stays warmer longer in decomposes. This organic matter the good stuff quicker which ultimately makes the soils less fertile. Here's what he has to say about malla sol's so it was kind of like the perfect storm. Indeed it was to have these this incredible soil. Descend these pockets. And you know you find that another parts of the world the other place that you can find soils as good as the ones there in central. Us or in the ukraine Central europe central europe east east central europe. I would say you look at the The steps the steps of that would be western russia. You know during the second world war..
"garden eden" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"I came to astrology as a skeptic. Also astrology came in my life where i had definitely lost faith in the church having been a minister and what i can say related to. How lilius spelled out things is. There's a way in which i've been in dynamic with a jupiter in pisces Various different jupiter in pisces does away on the planet jupiter in his detriment. I think this is true for jupiter also. Jupiter virgo is a particular scripture. That comes to mind that comes from genesis that might mean illustrate what he's saying here. This snake in the garden eden says to eve year has got said right which is more so like yeah got said this but is it this right. There's a way in which you want to get into the nuances of interpretation like is this true. So when i i have found is that some measure of my pursuit relationship with jupiter related to even some of these themes at lily talks about is that true. How do you know it's true. Now i think the folly is if if you just on the level of just questioning or not being sincerely invested or interested. Dan can become Hypocritical or just you know kind of superficial in not really kind of finding more the depth in it but if you are willing to open your heart some of the things that are also related to jupiter. Think in as well as kind of going toward an open mind. I think then that detriment can learn a much more honest and maybe even more in depth way in which to procreate -tarian themes right. I like your reason or truth. And that's a good jupiter signification of course indication as the truth and People with a prominent jupiter seem to be those who searched for the truth in all manners of being but sometimes focusing on one particular area where they try to find achieved truth and then. It's interesting that that leads to some of the other side. Signification like judges who were literally people who Decide what's true. And what's not and apply like the law in ideally at least in a in a way right. Yeah yeah i think Going along with what you said or even intimated initially you know i also was a zealot right and was one of those people you would have hated. Probably high schools dino. Jesus as your personal savior right right. You know it's kind of thing and pass out tracks so there's that particular person who becomes so beholden to a certain since the truth and maybe that's even you know turn stiff and maintaining false tenants in religion. Yeah you become sole beholden to a certain rigid sensibility of it. That you lost the spirit of law and dismore the letter of the law. Or there's like an italian saying another astrologer margarito fiorello told me once is the passion of the convert like there's nobody has more passionate than the person that recently converted to some new religion. 'cause it's like somebody that grew up in or has been around it for a long time. It's sort of like they've may be had time to mellow out a little bit. And he's on the positive side of the negative sides but the recent convert the new convert is somebody who is just like you know had sat on on spreading that and that this is the truth and that everybody should take part in that. Everyone should know the truth and wants to share that with everyone correct. Yeah that's i think an inet you know when we study more some of the classical astrologers thoughts you know they're in thinkers in how they think about things and lily is definitely long that there's definitely a way in which they may frame things in very speaking of rigid very key term so like if you have like jupiter and gemini virgo and go like wait. Am i all these things you know you know and if you internalize that you kind of go like well yeah. I'm not really. I'm scott mathematical in abasing myself. No companies and. I still don't know what he means. By crouching stooping we're known excessively not sure what that means either a buddy i mean. He does say when unfortunate. Let's say it's not just not just signed placement but also like sacked lake jury. Jupiter is going to be more beneficial in day chart. It's gonna be a little bit more restrained in. Its beneficent in a night chart our in house. It's in if it's in the six towel sir. Yeah if it's in the six three through twelfth that's going to be more challenging position for jupiter potentially it's fair Versus one of the good houses like the eleven th or the fifth or even in terms of what really would consider fortunate or unfortunate is bonafide or maltreated by other benefits. Malefic like does it have a hard opposition from like like mars in a day charter saturn and a nightshirt for example which could indicate a more challenging jupiter placement verses does have a nice like train and from venus and a night chart or something like that. Yeah that's fair so okay. So this is lily. Why don't we keep moving forward. You want two hundred years nearly a hundred years into the future. Yeah we're gonna we're gonna jump forward from sixteen forty seven to nineteen forty. The german author reinhold epson who wrote the combination of stellar influences which is very short and concise but it ended up being very influential on later later. English authors like rob hand and return and others so i thought he'd be good school of astrology. I mean in terms of the cosmo biological school or iranian or now it is to call symmetrical astrology right all right. So principal harmony law religion psychological psychological correspondence correspondence. The urge to expand or extend enlargement ownership or possession satisfaction harmony justice constructive inclinations optimism. A social sense moral and religious aspirations. The faculty survey the whole disharmony injustice quarrelsome quarrelsome. Nece antisocial conduct amoral behavior. Immorality the craving for pleasure greed materialistic attitude toward life so those are the negatives those are the negatives yeah split into positive ohka biological correspondent. Steve oregon the blood. The functions of nutrition corpulence the liver the gall the chromatic years social logical correspondence officials civil servants judiciary ecclesiastical and bank representatives wealthy person's people religious and moral character standing fortune-hunters nights. Okay so one of the things..
"garden eden" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Those people including women of really excellent shots civil women members with a rifle They're able to hold them off and kentucky is not lost so the western side of the united states is not lost is very important of event They had lost boonsboro. All of kentucky would have been taken. There's no doubt event so in somebody's hero the american revolution. That's when he's court martial That richard henderson and the benjamin lago accused him of of treason because he had surrendered the men at the blue licks and gone to live with the indians so they they give the deposition accusing him. Meanwhile the virginia militia has a lot several officers including a major. And they're the judges at this court martial. Boone gets up and defend himself. He was really good. This one of the reasons. The indians that martin so much was he could talk the big talk that he could talk like a chief. The eloquently defended explains this elaborate reuss and then the officers declare him innocent and promote him to major on-the-spot. Wow so he wins that one but he would never talk about it. This is a really humiliating life. After the revolution is when boone's influence and fame began to spread. I want to turn the ship and begin to search. For traces of boone's influence in american literature identity and worldview kentucky became the fifteenth state in seventeen ninety two within this timeframe of like thirty years taking kentucky went from complete wilderness to an american state. Credible think about how compressed. It was to stay. Yeah so we see this thing in boone's life that part of the reason you know he was. He was famous for a statement that he needed more elbow room. Once when someone asked why are you move. And he said well. I need more elbow room. So he was constantly in pursuit of this this edge of the frontier driven by commerce. Potentially because he was long hunter and he needed to harvest game to make a living. But also we've got to believe that that was also driven by this wanderlust for something new over the next edge that is part of human nature. He was also he. He did love to hunt. I mean the guy just loved to hunt. He loved solitude but like this idea that humans go to the wilderness to find solitude into communion with god. All kind of goes back to boone. He was the one that was made famous for contemplation. He was the one that really influenced the row. And some of the great american writers. That talked about these things in the final chapter of mr morgan's book. He makes a strong appeal. That boone had significant influence on. Ralph waldo emerson walt whitman. Henry david throw and many others. Mr morgan says from his book quote the row begins his essay. Walking by sane. I wished to speak a word for nature for absolute freedom and wildness as contrasted with the freedom and culture. Merely civil the spirit of boone hovers over every page of the essay published in eighteen. Sixty two after. Thoreau's death with exuberance and often tongue in cheek. The rose essay is a celebration of freedom and adventure quote. I believe there is a magnetism in nature. Which if we unconsciously yield to it will direct us a right into quote the row also said the west of which i speak is but another name for the wild and what i have been preparing to say is that in. Wildness is the preservation of the world. That's the end of mr morgan's. Xm if you listen to the bear grease render. You know who dr dan rupe is. I consider him my speed dial anthropologist. I want to ask him about the peculiar way. American spew nature as compared to other parts of the world. And we think much of it came from these romantic writers but originally loon. Dr de roo lived abroad for twelve. Years has some insight the other country that i was in for quite some time. Twelve some odd years china and so china up until about thirty or even even in a lot of eras less than that years ago was agrarian. So people who are very closely tied to the land and so their view of the wilderness in the woods in the wild off found in my personal experience very different from my view as an american of that so we lived in a large city three to five hours from the himalayas depending on how you drove and so regularly i load up my kids to get out of town and go to the wild. I found that as a did that. My chinese friends thought about an interacted with the the wilderness. In a much different way for the most part the himalayan plateau is a barren wilderness. There's almost nothing of practical value there. If you're trying to eat and so the question would regularly be. Why would you go. There just didn't really make sense to them. So why did you want to go there. I i wanted to go there for adventure and fun. And i wanted to get away from the. There's this kind of compelling i wanna get out and be by myself for it or just us no place in their mind to like. Why would you go there for fun. They really. I don't want to say did she. Oh all one point. Five billion chinese people have no place for that but for the vast majority of of my friends and and people that i talked with was as odd to them as so many things about their culture was odd to me. Yeah it started. It makes more sense for me. When there's a gentleman named fay xiao tong who wrote a book called from the soil and it is the seminal work on agrarian peoples and so america from its onset. We were industrial. Chinese people from alenia have been tied to the land the name of his book from the soil and so they see themselves as connected to the soil as part of the soil. You farm the same land that your ancestors are buried in. It's not something that's separate from them. That's far away from them that you go to for adventure you go there if it can make food for you if it can't it has no use for you nowadays. Even i think i think this would be. You can look up and read. Articles on the vocation and the people group of sherpas their desire and mindset and model of. We're going to climb. These mountains is practically. It provides them with a tremendous amount of income or climb in those mountains before westerners came with money in the westerners were in search of adventure and conquest. I'll be shocked if the first person on the top of everest was a white western man but certainly the idea of we wanna plant our flag at the top of a mountain that came from the west. Yeah but the away that they thought about it and the way they approached it would have been very different. So this idea of the even the phrase like a rugged individualist and you're gonna go off and quote unquote find yourself right for an agrarian interdependent. And when i say those two words you just describe two thirds of the globe while so for that kind of person you've you only find yourself connected to the ground and connected to the people around you whereas you and i we quote unquote come alive when we go out and win disconnect or disconnected. So you know. A primary difference between millennia of chinese people in this case thinks to facial tones book in my own experience. And then daniel boone. Is our friends in. China are coming from millennia of farming. Daniel boone is of you know like so many people that came to america came for very different reasons but tend to be wanting to leave behind an escape and get away from different things that are going on in europe and even this kind of fundamental idea of if i can just break away from the establishment then i can start something new and almost a necessity of doing and that would have been mindframe deep inside all these early colonialists without a doubt and so we as western individualist tend to view the wilderness as a place where we can establish ourself or conquer or have a risk or adventure. These are all experiential terms that are entirely abstract we are not going to the wilderness for tangible read that that idea was built and developed in the frontier stage of america talked about where they came from. Though so so daniel boone's father and mother would have come over on that boat but they were quakers. Talk to me about kind of the judeo christian worldview so and wilderness so you look at the gpo christian worldview. There is a big story that is founded on in that big story starts in the garden of eden and so there's cultivated area of land. It's it's a home it's made. Its established outside of that adam is made. And then he's placed inside of the garden eden everything else is wilderness. it's wild. And then when they fall they are banished punished into the wilder they are exiled into the wilderness. And there's a british sociologist named j. Walter who wrote several decades ago and he actually. The title of one of his works was a long way from home and the the central premise of his work was that grace. Basically the grand story of the judeo christian worldview is that we've been banished to the wilderness from our home and that we are trying to find ourselves and find a home so that's just adds to this idea that the wilderness was not a place you wanted to go. Yeah and it's a place of punishment definitely and then along comes. And he conquers the wilderness and in effect we're giving boon a ton of credit to and that's why this whole what i want to see is it does start with boone. But it was so many other people too of course but it was. It was here that that worldview became finalized. Anything daniel boone in his actions and his life real or mythical embodied what the american people wanted to see happen in the wilderness. They wanted to see man in the wilderness thriving and dominating and conquering. Because that's a good story because that's a good story and so whether it happened or not. We wrote it deep down.
"garden eden" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles
"I've already said there is no single unified group of narcotics there is no nas to church etc and the term sums up a variety of people who thought differently and had their own distinct views though they have survived till present day. They have mostly had to remain hidden throughout history for reasons. I just stated in. Don't get me wrong. I'm not dissing on catholicism. But they did. Do some pretty messed up stuff. They ruled with an iron fist. And that's not slander. It's fact in anybody who opposed their dogma was not going to have a good time. But despite their best efforts the early ways of practicing christianity and christian spirituality in general survived the whole tyranny and oppression and censorship started when emperor. Constantine the roman emperor constantine finally one in united all of the ancient roman empire deciding that christianity would be an excellent political tool to control the masses. Don't get me wrong. Christians were always pretty much oppressed. But this is what i mean by that is when there was a unified christian church that would oppress any others any form. That didn't agree with the way they looked at things was screwed. It was basically conformed to the way that they look at things. Or you're going to suffer some prejudice which is just a horrific way to look at things but these are chair. Ticks refused to conform to how the elite wanted things done. And it's things to these non sticks that we have the apocryphal texts or the forbidden books of the bible as they're known on the history channel. Wait actually no. That's not entirely accurate because there were apocryphal texts. That were found in africa. But for the most part it's thanks to the dead sea scrolls that we have a complete texts that we got concerning the book of enoch. There's actually many references in the new testament by jesus and the disciples it. There's no book of enoch in the official version of the bible and this reference to nonexistent stuff kinda confused people in the middle ages though. The apocryphal texts played a much bigger role in early christianity. And all of the people in judea. When jesus was around back before the fall before the roman empire destroyed the kingdom of israel. They were all very aware of the book of iraq and the apocryphal texts. Which is why they referenced them in the new testament just off hand as if it's common knowledge and as i went over and part one of the nfl in the modern christians and ancient christians are kind of unrecognizable but modern christians well as ancient official roman catholic christians. Hate the nas ticks. i mean even till this day. it's like crazy how polarize they are. When i was researching and every time i came across a christian source it instantly turned bias and derogatory which sucks. Because it's hard for me to read that kind of stuff and take it serious when i see that your entire is based off confirmation bias and ego then i don't find anything you say credible especially when they're making all kinds of judgments on things that are objectively wrong or have obviously not actually researched anything themselves but why why all the heat. And just what did the nas ticks have to do with the nef. Elim well to be honest. The hate is very justified from a dogmatic perspective. Because the nas sticks look at things hundred. Eighty degrees off from the mainstream religions. See to the nas ticks. The god of the old testament is known as the demi urge yada the boa the great arcand. They don't see that. God has got it all but essentially a jailer. The true guide to the nas. Ticks is ineffable and beyond comprehension the source the light et cetera. There is an aspect of it in many of its creations and slivers of light like in the goddess sophia that birth the demi urge and lesser entities called are const that was created by the church though the shapes. Dark angels are cons in many traditions to he can't really create life so he had corrupt was already there. In any case. Sophia's creation of the damage was more of an abortion than a birth. She was even surprised herself. There's many different versions of this nasty genesis but sophia essentially fell into time and space and had some pretty bizarre set of events come upon her creation was infant. But for a time she'd be trapped in this little pocket. That is our universe not believe that the coming of was this outer more pure and righteous true god that was reaching help humanity under the tyranny of the damage so the nasdaq still believe in. Jesus just a differently with this true god of creation many different names. But let's just call it source since it's a noble and beyond comprehension to even try and define it with Our human brains. At least according to the nas ticks and from that point on in the new testament when god is all about peace love. Good goodness Holiness like a lot of people seem to think that the god from the old testament and new testament are very different. And the nas ticks. see at the same way but this God of the old testament is the urge and the god of the new testament is the true god. It does seem to be different. God that ex- very differently than the one in the old testament. Mid at the same time they still had to use the old beliefs in the old religion. And the old wording of doing things because if you went against the grain too much back then you were going to get stoned to death pretty quick. So that's a good example too at the same time why not sticks can actually survive amongst normal christians and like hide in plain sight as long as they played their cards right and as i said before the break Really not six really came into prominence in alexandria and the greek philosophers in general nossa greek word for knowledge and inositol and religion in general it refers to awareness experience and knowledge of the presence of god it also frequently refers to self awareness as one realizes and recognizes the divine spark within their mortal shells. Though i gotta say that some nasty sex were really serious and took that kind of stuff too far to the point where they considered the human body like god profane i guess and they were against even procreating or having normal sex like it was a sin to actually bring a child into the world or to bang your girlfriend and if you can't procreate then don't expect your religion or point of view to last throughout next generations hence why many of these crazier caustic sex died off because you can't continue it if you don't have people that will hold the lantern. Everybody just dies off slowly. Say bye bye to your religion. So there's many more crazier sex of narcotics. That should not be taken serious. I mean in. Some masturbation itself was considered like a huge deal that you should never do which is crazy. It's been scientifically objectively proven that in moderation. It's very good for you. And why would god not want you to do something healthy so like usual certain people stuff way too far and not all nonstick beliefs should really be given any light a day or relevance or serious inquiry and. I think i'm kind of going off into the woods. Let's get back to the book of enoch. The book of enoch is considered one of the nasty texts. So don't worry. All this has relevance in nas to lower sophia or guy or whatever. She has many names but sophia was separated from the light. The creative force the source essentially the true god to the nas ticks and fell into our universe though it was not quite the universe as we perceive it. She was one of the aeons. Personification of the mind of god that comprise the eternal realm. And there were other yawns who fell into darkness. But that's another tale however there were always two yawns. They always came in pairs birthed into existence at the same time with the lions being gardeners metaphorically to the higher undying realms where the beings of light dwell sophia was an entity of creativity and her fall birth. The demi urge pretty much on accident from her creative divine spark though it was a out of her distress. Since there's always to eons sophia fell without her counterpart the balance of gene yang pretty much destabilized and she was very thrown off in this universe of darkness. If you're wondering who sofia's counterpart was. I'm sure you can guess if you've got a clever mind. Yes you're correct. It was jesus but this entity sophia would break up a lot of herself throughout the lower. And i guess at the start. Her offspring is the best way to describe it. Shape the material universe in darkness though when the demi was birth it didn't really have the senses to stand or perceive things beyond its limitations and thought that it was the sole god. The damage thinks that it is god. So it's not like satan who has fallen created and rebelled against god. This demi urge thinks that it is god seriously and we'd go on to form the material plane cure that not created but formed the damage only could work with what already existed and took what sophia had and built. Its own offspring. I guess in a way the are conce or dark angels or watchers or gods or whatever sure you get it but they were born to govern physical matters and make sure nothing breaks the rules within set by the church and yale was completely obsessed with itself and found that it would become stronger from beings. Worshiping the grew frustrated. That it's dark. Souls could not release satisfy. It's need to be exalted. So began its experiments to create life in the universe that would empower it. It didn't work very well. This matrix or simulation. The great arcan designed didn't have all it needed to function the way that it wanted to. At least it could mold life forms but not physical ones that were capable of what it wanted and here. I could branch off into multiple different paths concerning nonstick lore sir. Don't think that i'm telling you the end. All be all just one version and in this version. The damir began to become aware of the greater nature of existence. It communicated with sophia though it didn't really understand the nature of the eon or even comprehend that it was it's accidental creator. most likely thinking that it created sophia. Somehow that it just couldn't figure out this thing's got a massive ego. Could do some mental gymnastics to make sense of it but when the contact sophia they argued and she told the urge that it was mistaken in its arrogance and that the child of light had already came in that universe before the damage existed and that the child of light ardy existed in many slivers within its simulation and this version of the lower. This luminous child the child of light is humanity with humanities the only natural thing untouched by the demurrage in this universe though the children of light were far from what humans are in our present form a more spiritual entities and they assisted in creation throughout all of multi verse. I guess humans are kind of like angels so they weren't quite yet humans as we are today far from it. But also in other versions. The child of light is jesus but in all the versions humans are slivers of this spiritual light and originally more like angels then bipedal humans and sofiane demurrage argued and had long conflict between each other but eventually she settled a piece of herself to become the earth itself guy and we have to keep in mind that this entity is not limited so it was just a sliver of her and she can exist in multiple ways many mold many many thousands of infinite ways all same time and she did this as well as leaving more slivers of herself behind before finally rejoining the eternal realm and awesome. Can candidate confusing a bit right here because some nasty points of you don't that this has happened yet. And sophia is actually still here in our realm completely. Not just a sliver of herself or many slivers than in any case. The damage did not like that at all. However he had an idea depending on the source it may deals with or tricked these entities of light forcing them into doing what bidded the damage channeled these sparks of divine light and the physical bodies at molded out of matter but these physical bodies not really allowing the entity's ability to retain its knowledge of its former. Self they cannot retain the consciousness of what they once were and had great limitations placed on their awareness and basically all factors these sparks of light analogous to souls thus yaldo both created the first humans which were exactly what it wanted they would worship the jellison wrathful god and empower it and it would feed off of them it would feed off of its need to be worshiped and acknowledged as well as all the energy that they produced from their chaotic emotions. Not only the both but all the are const would also feed off of this energy. Depending on what nonstick version. You're reading the entity. That was the snake in the garden. Eden could be different in one version. The snake is an eon that would later incarnate. As jesus himself and gave eve the light of knowledge awakening a small part of the divine spark within her by eating the fruit of knowledge in another version. The snake straight docks. At first saying he is the oppose her but only the opposed to the aspect of humans imposed by the demi urge and then turns into an angel and also gives humans the knowledge of good and evil which picked off the damage. But it wasn't game changing since it could still manipulate the children of light for its own goals nine nessie. You might remember me from such places as blocked nets because customer loch ness monster. Chronicles is sponsored by blueberry. If you're interested in making your own podcast could've blueberries dot com or is going to cryptic chronicles dot com click on sponsored lake on the home going through cryptic chronicles. You will not only be helping support the show. 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"garden eden" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles
"Completely. Not just a sliver of herself or many slivers than in any case. The damage did not like that at all. However he had an idea depending on the source it may deals with or tricked these entities of light forcing them into doing what bidded the damage channeled these sparks of divine light and the physical bodies at molded out of matter but these physical bodies not really allowing the entity's ability to retain its knowledge of its former. Self they cannot retain the consciousness of what they once were and had great limitations placed on their awareness and basically all factors these sparks of light analogous to souls thus yaldo both created the first humans which were exactly what it wanted they would worship the jellison wrathful god and empower it and it would feed off of them it would feed off of its need to be worshiped and acknowledged as well as all the energy that they produced from their chaotic emotions. Not only the both but all the are const would also feed off of this energy. Depending on what nonstick version. You're reading the entity. That was the snake in the garden. Eden could be different in one version. The snake is an eon that would later incarnate. As jesus himself and gave eve the light of knowledge awakening a small part of the divine spark within her by eating the fruit of knowledge in another version. The snake straight docks. At first saying he is the oppose her but only the opposed to the aspect of humans imposed by the demi urge and then turns into an angel and also gives humans the knowledge of good and evil.
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"Stories. So I had an appointment with the surgeon and he was told me what all he was going to do, and it's absolutely horrendous. I came home. I started on Carnival, and I called and canceled my surgery. And she said, Are you going someplace else? I said, though up, take care of it myself, he said. Okay, and my problem of my skin went away by a bruising it could that's all over my arms. Three weeks after I was on account of or I noticed, I'm looking at my arms and I said, I don't have any bruises on my arms and I'm always full of bruises. I can't put my finger on it. But I know something happened. I have to tell you that has to be accountable or call 86683687358668368735 visit carnivore dot com that C a r i o r dot com Coupon George to get 15% off your And welcome back our final segment with Wallace Wagner, his book Crossing the Crevice as he takes apart biblical prophecy and biblical Paragraphs in interprets them and a pretty darn good way. Wallace did it take you a long time to study this in, interpret it the way you have. Will. Yes, I guess I guess you would say yes. I started in about 1988. And Tell you what in about the last 10 years that this is really all clicked. And with with, you know my own fighting. It just changed everything. Okay, let's go to the calls again. Let's go to Bill in Dallas. Welcome to the program. Hey, Bill are George How are you? You you say Thank you at a couple of questions for your gas. Would you have time to come in on the work of baccarat section? And also in the Bible it talks about. We should not all fleet will be changed in the twinkling of an eye. I, uh like, what do your guests thinks about the death experience? What is that about? Kind of opinion are maybe in his researches of kind of found something that might indicate what happens to the frog. Chris, We're all headed down that highway. What do you think of that? We'll talk about Zachary in just a second here with your Wallace. What do you think about after death and after life experiences? I'm a firm believer that Death is a misnomer. I don't believe that anybody dies. We are transformed, or we go into a glorified spiritually body. And it's It's not a question of of dying. It's a question of where you're going to spend eternity. So you know, there's one place out there that were top there. Conditioners don't work very well. Exactly. You're familiar with the work of Zechariah Stitch in Well, I'll tell you how familiar I am. I have all of his book. Uh, well, then, you know, not knowing I got honest to soldier. He is one of the believers of the myth of the NFL. Um Came from the stars, and he has his group of followers. Yes, he could be right. I'm in no position. I don't think that any Bible scholar is in any position to say one way or the other. But he makes some awfully darn good points. And he believes the unknown AKI came here. They were mining for gold, So they created mankind from whatever species might have been on the planet at the time genetically altered us Here we are, and then they got their gold and took off. Let's follow up with that. Um I'm also a believer that people want on earth when the Garden of Eden occurred. Pose. Like who did Kane Mary Brightens my cane have to have a mark Padania head if there's nobody out there to killing It falls right in line. Just what you said. With that we are perhaps Refined or altered from what we were. Deanna Naki may have been the ones to do it. George were made in their image. Mary in New Jersey. Go ahead, Mary. I'll allow it very well. OK, Mary, Thank you. I'm going back to the great Pyramid. I believe God's representative have soared from the Garden Eden he'd built that. It represents the tree of life, all right, and that I think that's locked in front. There. It resembles to things to me the child guarding the way to the tree of life. You're a lion in the Garden of Eden because he's the king of the beast. It just reminds me of two different things. But that's what I believe. And if you go to the crucifixion scene were Christ if he could put his right on down and say, woman, behold your son, and she looks over it, John And he could put his left arm down and said John Behold your mother and close it up. That's a triangle. That is a triangle of dead to be sure. Go ahead, Wallace. Obstacle of assist agreeing that is a triangle A ce faras her comments on the great Pyramid. I I really don't Have.
"garden eden" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Who genuinely refugees those economic migrants. I want you have a flow of people coming in and there's no will to stop them Dan for everyone if you g a dozen migrants and all of a sudden, you have a problem which is on a scale that goes all sorts of problems where they end up in other words not gonna come to the Hokey that things coming through they gonNA comes to place which is coming becoming worse because of the migration problem that they. Offer. Will Return to the Form Book Club with Father Joseph physio Vivian do dro- and Joseph Pierce in just a moment. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free APP in which you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming. Timothy Gallagher Dr Anthony Lula's Beacon James Keating Make Aquilina Dr, Matthew Bunsen and so many more are found on the discerning hearts. 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Can Domestically War people are leaving the state than than entering it? Out For us. But we good riddance. More Space Oh. Okay but in any case of point is people move around. That's that's hard of just the natural flow. I mean since the time. Line an acceleration of something which has always been around is not necessarily a good thing. Now, otherwise, there's always been movement and he's always been movement I feel on a human scale if things become accelerated to your degree, that is no longer a human scale that it becomes dehumanize and inhumane. Then there's a problem I have. So shoot that out because it does. As Natural Movement which is you know thanks be to God and you might find the compromise United States, which is huge very people living on it the biggest population white disagreed with this but there's lots of room for people to move here. Right but that's not necessarily the case in other circumstances at times, right? Yes it is. There's lots of the circumstances that that. Make a difference in how we look at this situation and the people in this situation. Go Places Gardening Garden of Paradisea Garden Eden. We're not gonNA. often fall paradise here law and therefore. No particular solution is ever going to be satisfactory to solve all. I would say one thing I've extrusion which I do appreciate but it can't be for everybody I know shovel very life six, seven, eight, ten showroom that they've all decided live in the same area and apparently the children Mary someone area they live in Sunday's our big gathering of the whole family you know the family. Should thank but it's not for everybody. Now Abraham Lincoln's father. As soon as he saw the smokestack coming from a nearby settlers house, he tell his family time to move. Around the go and I agree. But if if each day, how many people are moving homes moving their families not because they want to. Make necessity. Now, that's not just true of economic migrants in in the Middle East or Mexico is to look people it working for global corporations in the United States that he just told by that company. So you have to move from Atlanta to Houston, and if you will you family that's it. There's no question about whether they want to move on off is irrelevant because they don't move that out jobless. got. Baseball teams in the National Football League would actually have players from that region I. Mean it would end up having a little more parody.
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"The pros ETA which is known as the younger Edda and this guy, this guy's name only find this guy's name, his name is he was a historian. Historian from Iceland. Fire. No no and Icelandic scholar. Law Speaker and historian, his name was snore e sterling son from. Names Dude it's harder for now. It's like weird, Japanese. Shitter. I don't pronounce anything well On my podcasts alone. So can when you get into this, Shit? Fuck. So this guy what he did was there's different poems and different stories, and this was one of the main keep people that was in charge of putting together all these different stories because norse mythology. Bro, it's so complex and there's a bunch of different stories within the mythology. Pertaining to different Gods and like Loki, and thor, and all these different things, and it gets. It's pretty complex. It's. It's Dan. Dude Yeah based on where? They gathered all these different stories. There's even a great flood and the story to and mean, again, it's piecing together a bunch that they thought. They saw maybe. Yeah, and that's why I think that that's why to me religion is all bullshit. It's all the same thing. Just different names always recycled in different versions. I've always said that that like that people in the Egyptian Times sounded really similar to Jesus when Jesus was doing thousand thousand years later so. Yeah. So on again to the beginning the origin of the KUZMA's, yes. So this is a pretty lengthy little narrative that I have here, and again it's got a lot of different names, kind of practic singer, but whatever. So Again, this is. Lord of the Rings Elder Scrolls, online world of warcraft. All these different things have gotten inspiration dungeons and dragons. We have elves, doors, roofs, dragons, we have a huge Squirrel Toubro. Legal we. Yeah, we have a squirrel to. Say Yeah we have. We have Rainbow Bridges. It's very complex, very rich and is that where they get the pride flag from. I don't know dude but. The Rainbow Bridge joins the two worlds together our. Asgard amid guard. Yeah. So and we'll get into that. So the beginning. and. This is one of the big words. Go noon Google up. But I was like Jesus. Good new GA before there were soil or sky or anything green. There was the gaping abyss of Gonzaga Gop. The gaping abyss was the great emptiness before there was a world or any living things in it. Yeah. Far to the south of Gonzaga was the firearm of must spell with its long hot rivers full of poison, vast lakes of fire. Nothing can girl in this burning Rome to the north was the dark and cold Rav niffer. Heim. Were Nice he found spewed forth. Freezing rivers. Nothing could grow here either for the sky was dark and the mountains were blocks of solid ice slowly over years and years and years the fire blast from worst spell begin to melt the icy mountains of, Netflix? Heim. Out of the melting ice, the giant his name is you mirror emerge the first being of the vast gone up. So now we have. A fucking frost giant I. Wish they had the Bible. I, mean, we have giants in the Bible for US giants. Now spree dope to. Next to him, there emerge a cow from the ice, the cow. From the Ice Mountains and Amir drink the cow's milk, your mere grew larger and larger the. Entire mounds of is slowly she licked is from two more beings. This time, the God Berry, and his God, his God. I heard another story because there's convicting conflicting stories and this. You Mir I heard was he was a god leg, but destructive giant and you Mir was a Hermaphrodite and could reproduce asexually and when he slept more giants leaped forth from his legs and from the sweat of his armpits. So getting there. So says larger and larger. They had a son named borne his son was named. His son was named Odin, which obviously he's becomes the king of all gods. You Amir was cruel and brutal Odin and the other gods can no longer abide by evil acts and together the Gods slew him emirs huge body formed the earth, and this is again, this is it really, it's the Sumerians were were had. And they slayed the dragon and the use the body parts of the of the dragon to form the different parts of the world different continents. So. His blood became the see his flesh became the land, his bones, the mountains, and his hair and the. Here the trees, the vegetation yeah, Oh, and in the process, the clouds was his brains. Yeah. Oh, and the other gods form the sky with his skull held up by four towering pillars. Odin gathered sparks from the fiery depths of misspell and created the sun and moon the these he set in the skies. So that's how we get the Sun and the moon. Very dramatic. Very. Some shit to. Correspond with the four call. No Karnal points or some shit. Yeah. As the Sun and the moon shown over new world and the Moon, go up the ice again to mount and plant trees began to grow. Right. So here we have this story of creation. Very Beautiful, right? Very, very brutal. The greatest tree of all was the younger Zil and probably butchered that which grew. Grew in the very center of the earth, its roots penetrated into the bottom of creation. It's leaves reach the very top of the Sky Auden was satisfied with this with the new world and named it mid guard, the Middle End, and that's worth humans reside and we'll get into that. We'll. We'll break everything down because every they have nine different rounds. Right? Nine different dementia. And everything's different in every different reality yet, it's fucking dope. So it is pretty. But. The world's still needed people on one of his walks and found to fallen trees and ash elm, lifted them from the mud, inform the first man and a woman from them. Always awesome. The story that the he took the from fucking would. Has. driftwood. Side, and then he carves to make them look like humans. Yeah. You lifted them from the mud and form the first man and woman from them out and breathe life into these beans gave them reason and feelings hearing insight, and again, it goes almost like the book of. Angel is in charge of giving a person a certain thing. That makes sense I the nonstick Worldview, you have demons that give people different sense. Yeah. Stuff like that, right? The is. He named the man asking the woman. Emba. From. These two spring, the entire human race that humans had the task of looking after mid guard while the gods ascended to asgard their realm in heaven. So ask guard is pretty much where the gods, it's perfect there. See I could see Christians and Catholics. Definitely like or I guess see Norsemen norse people or whatever they call themselves that I could see them converting to Christianity because a lot of it does sound similar to the religion that they already believe like the two people come from one certain thing, and there's a reality of where the gods stay and there's a reality will get into probably about like hell and. Norse mythology, right. So I could see them being like, well, go to make sense. Yeah so However not everyone was pleased with oceans work emerged giant sisters were still mourning the death and we're looking for a way to take their revenge on the God who killed him, they gathered at the foot of. YOGIC. Zil? which is the big tree in the center of the universe the Earth. And began carving lines into. Each line was a human life filled with twists and turns beginning with a man's birth and ending with his death. At the end of each line, they made a deep cut to ensure that humans would never be as powerful as the gods. These spells were so powerful, not even and could do anything to change them. Thus, Yagudin Zil became known as the tree of life and humans new death and suffering in their world. So again, we get this. Again, it's just like the tree of knowledge. Yeah. The tree of knowledge you can forbidden for view, do your cast out of the Garden, Eden type of thing, right? And your Drasil we're going to get into the mountain, the mundane, the tree, I'm sorry, the mundane tree or a world tree. Excuse me. It goes through all the levels of the universe. So we have the heavens. That's located. Located in. Asgard. Is a hall of the Hall of the slain. It has ruled over by Odin and is the home to those who have died in battle. So if you were a viking and you fought violently a valiantly, yeah, you'd be allowed in. You'd be allowed in right. Kind of bullshit. It's the exact same fucking shit. So. So all all the fierce wars or they're the earth mid guard, the Midland, the underworld. Hell. H..
"garden eden" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I just daily always look forward to our Wednesday conversations with Jesse joining us now from the trump victory field staff and the women for trump advisory board member tanna Gertz good morning Taylor how are you what were you doing fantastic things for a given some time this morning so happening you're on the ground in in Iowa can you provide any perspective from your angle that is not being shown within the mainstream media I I I I think we balding drew will agree we both find it really interesting or able to talk to somebody who's kind of at the at the epicenter of what's going on politically in obviously all the focus is on I won the debate that took place last night I'm just wondering if you could provide a little bit of insight and may be some information and some narratives that perhaps the country isn't aware of because the mainstream media's and talking about it well thank you of course I'd be thrilled to well so yesterday was the democratic debate and Donald Trump once again stole the show people that we already with one last night at the debate on the debate stage that final drum and the reason why is Donald Trump had a massive banner of rolling across the sky the morning down at Drake University so he was already flying circles around the Democrats they had to see that big massive banner as they were coming in and prepping for the debate stage and and so that was just wonderful and and the response of from Iowa is that they want a president of like Donald Trump that will continue to protect the farmers and continue to grow the strong economy and improve the the response is fantastic and we had a whole group of us we were on a patriotic tractor and we had signed them we made our presence known a week crash the party last night at the democratic debate than in it was a wonderful time and the support for our president is growing in the trunk train is rolling down the track you are you live in the morning or you you live in the area is that correct okay what what is it like every four years die in to talk to somebody you know that actually has to live through this swarm of locusts and have had that plagues your state every four years is I mean it's got to be a little surreal right you will be quiet you know farm farming state by and large lots of agricultural area and then every four years all of these DC politicians that have no can't relate to your average I and lifestyle at all suddenly swoop in and pretend to listen to you for a few months all right well that's a great question and it's a trip to be honest with you so let's back up what was it like before Donald Trump it was the young it was the news that was before I was not interested never one out the carpet for any candidate because none of them excited me so I was like I don't know I don't know half of the world that never went down and even voted because politics wasn't like being on he'll be infamous elevator ride down trump tower with our lovely president now and his beautiful wife so it is in the dim views energy and love and passion into me thing wait finally someone who's actually going to deliver on their promises and not be all talk no action the I've known the president and the first family for over fifteen years I was on his show the apprentice so for me this is this is not a job this is not I'm not even interested in the political side of it this is personal because I know this man and I know he will deliver on those promises so when he stood up and said promises made promises will be kept I believe them because I know what what it was like prior to Donald Trump was all gone what did that just happen I mean yeah it was kind of fun to see our city blooming and beat you know ever economic growth develop wonderful I was all for it but it was a snooze now it is it's exciting it's invigorating people want to come the Iowa you have to win Iowa if you're gonna be the president of the United States and I'm proud to say that you know it happened because Donald Trump a smaller Manny put together a great team and we we ran circles around the other democratic actually and Republican candidate so what's your games right now in Iowa who on the on the left right obviously worked in supporting supporting trump but I'm curious on the left who who right now in your mind has the most momentum in in Iowa well I would never even use the word momentum with any of them because none of them could hold a candle to Donald Trump but since you are asking the question he has a lot of the poor kid because he's young he's a new thing he's a he's eloquent you speak well he looked well he's he's the token Canada so he's got a lot of momentum here if we won even use that word but that's really not fair but we're not worried I'm personally not worried about any single one of them every every every word uttered last night I was like keep talking this is so good for notice I never saw an American flag anywhere on that stage and what was interesting is when me and our entire group of trump supporters were down at Drake University were honest patriotic tractor worldly American flag trial to bleed red white and blue but guess what I never saw one American flag I thought that was weird on the outside the outskirts of Drake University when I go inside and I'm looking at all the camera angles I'm looking at the the Drake University and CNN at all everybody had their local level where the flag because I've noticed that I didn't notice that but I didn't get a chance to watch a ton of the debate I I was watching mostly clips this morning well you look look back at all the feature in the sea and all the pictures of where's the American flag right and center hear about America out all getting wealthy Donald Trump getting poorer ever by the day in the White House six thank you so much for your time this morning enjoy your bus tour with large from Kelly mac in any with the women for trump organization and I will look for to have any on again soon all bank if anybody wants the tech in power eighty eight oh two two back where we can find you and we'd love to have you hop aboard empowered to eighty eight oh two two is that correct that is correct all right take care we'll talk again soon thanks so much have a good day you too so when you were looking for audio yesterday I was looking for it what's a patriotic tractor I have well it's one it's one dressed in in well I'll tell you what is it and see what it is it is a tractor that is dressed the same way that Sam is in her Twitter profile picture okay all right yes it is draped in an American if you go it's fun to make it really in a little that's tractor loves America I'm pretty sure it was it was it all I would go so far as to say every tractors Brett B. Triada I think so if you were going to take a pull tractor is I think they were all unanimous going FOR to president Donald Trump mereka I don't think there's any liberal tractor even like Canadian tractors probably love America yeah I think you know I think when you look at anything but when you look at the vehicles and how they've already got a Prius is now you're looking at the last you know I mean the Subaru's right I don't want to say just like because I think that's what kind of crosses transcends instead yeah yeah I think has just look crosses party lines art is that you know there's different reason and reason to pull our track to detest load some of them will be more progressive but some of them would also be a bit conservative Chevy volt not some not so much here Chevy there what was that about a kia he'd trick question that it is a boy I don't know Kim Jong un logged into my head real quick so I don't know what those listening to John does drive a kia I'm gonna go with conservative because that's that's south that's south Korean their green cards just after well kia is a value purchase right I mean kia is something that you know if you if you are looking for a good deal if you'll give up as a kid that is a good yes that would lean more because service or whatever fiscally conservative for some reason we hold a robot was a reason would you said value I was like I was thinking like upscale are and I was like no no okay yeah but you're right sure you suggesting that John's kia is maybe I don't know all the of cars you know what I think I am I think I am by no means pretty awesome one is pretty sporty hi if might so sporty that even make it anymore yeah it is that's that's that's why they yeah because this was a two sport yeah yeah we better stick with the less sporty high we can only let people get so cool I'm sure I'm driving around the collector's edition yeah I just I I want a patriotic track what what would you do it only plows in red white and blue in your garden Eden prairie I mean yeah I I don't know what else we're also would park in can we get a leave it on your barn working at the farm aid patriotic tractor go to Sam's farm we don't do that we don't do this very often I have a question for you for different for the both of you sh was it just me or does she really seem to like trump she loves it is very wrong it was very it was very big time into trump maybe some are super industry and sometimes sold she seems going to drop like she seems like the issue seems like it was a compliment you don't like it you would be hard pressed to find her out in public without something red white and blue I would agree with that yes yeah something yes something anything Ted Cruz did win Iowa in a twenty sixteen if I remember correctly sure remember I don't everything I don't know why you certain little nuggets of truth lodged itself in in my brain decided to stay there and others but apparently that's one of them is gracious lord almighty all right let's do this let's get it was going to be the body in this article here this article from politico and it was weird because the headline was to clover sharp busts out do you have I don't know what it depends what she.
"garden eden" Discussed on The Bible Project
"So lots of resources here all this name To one is helpful. Book called by William William Osborne called trees and kings a comparative analysis of tree imagery in Israel's prophetic tradition and the ancient Near East. It sounds like a book title. That's going to be hard to read. It's an academic volume really really insightful. So so that's one way to start another one. I forgot to list here in the notes while just tell you about it and our spy scholar tear. Hey store. Dahlan called. Echoes of Eden Genesis Two and three and Eden symbolism in Biblical Hebrew Literature. It's it's the most comprehensive study on the Garden of Eden. It that's ever been done. It's it's almost six hundred pages. It's encyclopedic reference work But a whole section of the book is on Garden Eden Tree of Life Imagery in ancient near eastern cultures. There's so these are kind of go to resources for all of this. So let's go back to Osborne. He has great introductory. Chapter has a huge long chapter after on tree of life in ancient near eastern cultures yet he has a great way of introducing it. He says as any astute tourist quickly observes the landscape landscape of much of the Near East is predominantly stark and baron the landis comprised of innumerable shades of Brown with only brief interjections Sion's of green and blue the blue trees and Water Oak the higher elevation. One goes the greener. The picture becomes consequently mountains tunes and rivers along with the forest that adorn them seem to be natural focal points for anyone who lives travels in these lands the ancient peoples else from the remote Western World Egypt to the Eastern River marshes of Babylonia lived in the land not simply on it they were all agrarian. Various cultures meaning farming filters whose livelihood was found and maintained among the shade fruit shelter and beauty of trees. As a result. There can be little doubt that this lifestyle had a significant effect on these ancient cultures and the way they perceive the world trees in some of the most sacred elements in ancient near eastern civilizations Plus you stop that register sacred trees. The the trees are these. If you so I this hard for me having grown up in the Pacific northwest just full etry. realit- imagine living in a land. Where tree is our unique and big flourishing green trees and marshes and wet ponds with all kinds of life those is our unique You would view them as in a totally different way because as big stamp on them that says there is life here life life life. Where's that water coming from down? There must be connected to some deem source of life down there where all this tree and life and fruit. Such a gift left the divine gift and I noticed that The higher I go in elevation the more of that green is up there especially at the top of things. So that's what he's saying. High places and trees and pools and rivers are charged with divine life meaning In in all of these cultures in Israelite culture the levels where it was bursting came up in especially in the land that has a lot of wilderness and desert high desert trees. Really stand out. So let's just quick survey here. We could nerd out for longtime but quick survey in ancient Egypt Cup. William Osborne has section. There are multiple gods but one particular. That's interesting on Newt. Who is the sky goddess few? Look there's there's a lot of famous Egyptian depictions of the Cosmos depicting a female goddess. Who's who is the toes and fingers represent the Blue Blue Sky Dome above us and sometimes she's raining milk from her breasts like nursing giving giving rain accommodate rain? This is newt gives lat this newt. So she's The Sky Goddess who sustained in Egypt the order Egyptian Sky Goddess who sustains the order of the Skies Newt is sometimes portrayed as standing in the middle of a tree giving fruit and water and food to people standing and giving honor to her so that sounds like a contradiction in our minds. Guy is now down here but if you think about the sky gives water what and wants wants the water hits the ground. What happens it births vegetation and trees and sold? The trees are like a gift of Newt in the Egyptian world. So Newton is in the sky but she's also the author of the fruit in the tree to 'cause she provides the rain grows so the whole point is there's there's all these famous scenes in Japan in the book of the dead or the most famous Egyptian texts. You'll find newt in the middle of the tree offering fruit of of life into her whispers significant William Osborne also notes that kings are often portrayed as trees so you have a goddess as a tree in Egypt Egypt in Egypt. You also have kings depicted as trees. He decided to feel. I have one picture here from from the Temple of Karnak. Where in Egyptian King Seti the First from the twelve hundred BC the depiction of his like coronation and and he's standing in a tree or as a tree And he's being given a sceptre by God what I say Thoth and thought is also one hand giving the sceptre with the other hand thought is writing Setis name in the leaves of the tree. It's interesting so what he's he. The the goddess the God is giving the power of fertility in life over to the king now. The king is the one responsible off Kazan Egyptian belief systems. The king is the incarnation of the Gods. So the gods are among us in the person of the king as a tree of life. He's the one now providing so Osborne's observation is just. The trees are an a gift of the garden. And then the human king who is the embodiment of the God is in control of the produce and maintaining order said. The tweak produce Egypt in Syria and Babylon apple on for the most part these cultures did not view their kings as incarnation of God. So but as appointed by the Gods Kerr so still like they control troll with the Gods. Give you and kind of thing. But it'll men middlemen. Yeah Middle Management but tree sacred trees and gardens or a huge I thing Oh yeah you look this up once the gardens of Babylon yeah famous famous thing. If you just Google Alike Assyria Babylon and gardens hardens. You'll get all these famous ancient drawings so I've got a couple of pictures of Autobahn Paul Famous Assyrian King. And there's either depictions of him in the center. The garden feasting. With the Gods. It's a wall carving that depicts him his castle up in it looks like the Garden of Eden. And there's a river coming out of the Royal Sacred Garden and then it divides outside of it to water the rest of the land. Just live with no. You're just like the river. Yeah and in rural propaganda you know. The kings will write these descriptions they describe the gardens are a little microcosm symbol bowl of the whole empire so he maintains the Roy Hardens as the image of his control and maintenance of the whole empire. So he controls the fertility at the garden You can trust the fertility of so. Yeah it was an inscription of another Assyrian. King Seneca Rib he says by the will of the gods vines fruit trees olive trees. Aromatic trees flourished in my garden Cypress trees grew tall sending out shoot. Take I created a marsh for the flow of the water for the gardens. The birds of the heavens the herons the boars and the deer gave birth in abundance but notice he sang. I created. This is my making. Yeah so this is Royal Garden This is a image familiar. Yes to yet ancient thinker correct so for out of need be put in this garden They're thinking royal garden correct. Oh Yeah Yeah exactly royal royal garden correct. Just the next step. Real briefly here is particularly of the concept of a particular tree that gives the gift of divine life uh-huh to those who eat it This is the thing seems like this. MOTIF originated like the earliest drawings and descriptions of our from Ancient Mesopotamia Tapia even pre Babylon said this in Sumeria and so on but they're developed this motif image of this beautiful fruitful tree in the middle title of a garden with two goats eating from it or to chair beam like winged animal human-like creatures eating from it. And so so the heavenly beings when you have chaired beam round. It's guarded by the Gods when you have goats eating from it. It's the idea of accessible to the creatures of the ears. But the all of the fertility of the earth comes as a gift from God symbolized in the sacred tree So this is kind of like a stock Image that you know we have these. In many cultures have stock I learnt it's an icon. It's an ancient iconic brand. Yeah totally it's the Gods it's brand Yeah there mark. Yeah you're GonNa talk about your of the gods that sustains and creates life uh-huh and you wanted one image. It'd be a tree tree. Yeah either guarded by the heavenly creatures or accessed by earthly creatures intricately goats and gazelles were the main variations of the MOTIF. So I just have a bunch of pictures of it you can see different variations of it One of which was found a broken postured with a bunch of Semitic Inscriptions on it in the Sinai Peninsula called Cotillard Osh rude from from eighth to ninth century. BC when Israelite monarchy is jammed up north so this is an image that has pre Israelite. And how the long afterlife even into the Israelite period so okay. Here's Osborne's conclusions. Tree imagery his three interwoven. Layers of Sagan's one abundance and prosperity comes from the gods and that is depicted with lush gardens. trifled forest but the way of talking about the gods have given life to the barren land. Yeah second deities and their powers to give fertility are often associated with tree symbolism. Come so you can just be abundance. In general comes from the Gods and Forests and gardens represent that particular gods. It's who give fertility can be depicted as trees. We saw that with Newt. Yeah there was a canaanite goddess. Who will talk about later? 'cause she meet meet we meet her in the biblical story calm either Ostra. More Aussitot wrote and her idol images of a tree. Yeah Atlanta's within the gardens and people perform ritual sex in front of the tree. This was a thing in canaanite culture. Either you go. She's a deity. GotTa third is kings who mediate the power of the gods can be symbolized as trees towards kings who grow gardens or your caretakers acres of it can be described and depicted as trees. We saw that in Egypt where he had the king they're also portrayed as taking care of the trees correct caretakers of the trees but then like in the Temple of Karnak. You have Seti who's in the tree who's the rigging on timing and he's receiving a sceptre so the king becomes the tree of life as the embodiment of the gods. They're interwoven. Trees are the gift of the Gods Specific odds can be depicted as trees and humans whom the gods of appointed took care and help like Cultivate fertility they can be treated as well got it so contrast and compare all of this genesis one and two You have God as the giver fertility and life in Genesis one appease the one behind the trees he's not identified as a tree But the tree can be a conduit of his life through its fruit MHM in Genesis One and two humanity is given the royal kingly task of caring for the Royal Sacred Garden. Yeah not just one king but all humanity is depicted this our image of God conversation. Yeah can I ask you about that because I love that image that that all humanity are or in the role of the Queen Kings. Yes yet and I want to understand how we get there. Because it says that male and female So it could just mean that the first to humans Where the image of God how do we then raw inference stat than and all their offspring? Oh got it yeah. the genealogy in Genesis five talks about human that is male the female being made in the image of God. And then there Seth who give birth to is in the image of. What could we talked about that? So the image is passed on is resembled. Yeah and then. The image of God is mentioned in Genesis. Nine with the Prohibition of murder no right yes risk because they're clearly everyone cracked yet so while in the ancients imagination there is a king who is the image of God who rules on God's behalf his like a tree takes care of the trees has the power of the gods for life infertility infertility. In Jena's it's humanity. Yeah altogether is that is the image of God. Yep that's right cool that's right so Similarity different rights. Same with the tree itself in the ancient Near East. The trees are symbols of specific acidic. God's Oh really With nuts with newt sky got us and Egypt ah or with Ashra in Canaanite Culture and granted it's a symbol all but an idol is a physical manifestation in Genesis. One humans are the idols of God. Not a tree yeah. Humans are the image of of Gaden not trees animals. However there is a tree that conveys the life of God To the the image of God. And that's what. The tree of life represent conveys. Yeah envy's that word. What's that conveys? Oh I've actually been looking for that Word Weird Multiple Times earlier it. It transferred for two carries carries. Yeah but I think the biblical others are careful. They don't want us to conclude that the tree has its own deified magical powers. And how are they careful By depicting the trees as something thank God creates something. God created there a type of creature that God gives life to come in then he designates this one tree to and and again it's in the middle of the garden. That's actually that's really important. That's temple imagery. Uh The middle then the garden. Yeah then Eden around that Eden is a region region within Eden as a garden with garden at all and that three part maps onto the tumble is precise. Mapping onto the design pattern of the temple. Simple and motorsports accordia courtyard.
"garden eden" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Welcome back L A Marsili with us. We'll get to your calls as well. L A. We are coming up on the one hundred second anniversary of Fatima in the spring. Still an amazing story, isn't it? Oh, it is. Absolutely. Am I you know, I get to films on it? And we've talked about it on your show before. And I still hold it up position. Nothing has changed. For me. I believe it was a UFO bed with all due respect to those who believe it was something else. But. We're we went there. We did the research. We spoke to experts we looked at the original records. And I realize it's been dressed up a certain way. But when when you start feeling back to what was there? It's just it's just typical it's so much like even the mount will over here. But it's like, here's the original story, and the whole thing it's twisted and moved into something else. Which wasn't we never. There was ancient goddess worship all throughout Portugal before the Christian era and the goddess worship Mora, and she could shape shift. She would appear as a beautiful woman. But then we go into a surplus. I mean who does that sound like, right? Yeah. And she would devour her male concerts. And so that was the worship of the female deity more was was entrenched. There's also a fourth witness, which people don't know about which was in the nineteen seventeen handwritten records and Carolina carrier. And she talked about seeing this this Andrew. Garage is being kind of like wasn't sure as a boy or girl long, blonde hair shoulder, length blond hair, and like a white frock that was communicated to her telepathically totally here to come. And she was afraid she'd go when she looked back. She looked at a sheep and the sheep were paralyzed was that sound like she looks. And the child is no longer that's floating above the treetops. So it's it's high strangeness. Jail Hanoch would say, but it's high strange this is what's going on. And when you really start drilling into it. And and you just take the idea of the Marietta, Aaron apparition, and you go about what the witnesses say what the witnesses saw I looked up and saw a dull silver disc during the event known as a miracle of the sun. Something happened eight thousand people saw it we're not disputing that. But what was it really? And in nineteen seventeen. No one Portugal had seen any type of aerial phenomenon. At all for the most part, certainly not not the people standing in that crowd and doctors and lawyers will come on the record state unequivocally that they looked up and saw a dull silver desk, and you and I both know what that sounds like more absolutely here in twenty nineteen. What was it about the Fatima story that captured your imagination Lynn? As a child. I remember seeing the black and white deal of it. And you know, it seem really cool. It was like, wow, the supernatural things, isn't that amazing? But as I became an adult and started to do research the end of the paranormal supernatural in the later on as a Christian at thirty years old, that's like thirty nine years ago now, and you know, look at everything through that biblical prophetic ladders. I started looking at this going my gosh, this looks like a harbinger of deception, which is the title of the first film. Harbinger of the section, and what this does what I take great umbrage with. And I realize this might raise some of the hackles on on people's tax, which is fine. But tell me just have a discussion the bottom line for me. It's Fatima sets a precedent. In other words, people just started accepting this phenomena. In later years. And we see this happening today. Gory and other places. Sure something's going on. But what is it really? And who's behind it supernatural phenomenon is everywhere. I mean, we're not I'm I'm a firm believer in the supernatural. I've seen stuff I've encountered stuff. So I I know it's real I know it's just not something reading the book, and there's certain things you can do and certain things you can't do with it. And that's why you have to put on the armor, and and March out and understand what it is that you're fighting against but deception. George deception is like it. It's just it seems to be the calling card of the dark side. And they know just how to make it work. Let's go to the phones for you LA as they lineup. Brenda is Alamogordo New Mexico to get us started. Hello, brenda. Go ahead. Well, it's a pleasure to talk to both of you gentlemen, tonight and LA I've always wanted to talk to a couple of questions. Sure. Very easy one for you. I'm sure with the Nixon. In the garden. Eden. Do you believe that the hybrids are walking among us today? And the other question is do you believe that the areas are actually shape shifting fallen angels? And that's where we're getting all of our high-tech from. Yeah. It's it's a it's a complex question. The second question will answer, I the grades. I believe or avatars and the graves whole disembodied spirits of a Netflix, destroying the flood. We know that we know this from the book of knock that they were disembodied. So how does that work? We know from scripture that when when Jesus commands legion the come out one guy, they begged him. Oh, don't, you know, don't cast us into the best? It's not our time. That's a three hour discussion, by the way. But he says, okay, go you can go into the end of it into a herd of swine pigs. And so they do that. How does that work? How does it leave the man what's coming out of the male? What's going into the swipe the swine become crazy? So's off a cliff when they all drown. So I believe that the disembodied spirits, a Netflix or are these like these orbs that we see quantum alone darting in and out of people's homes orbs, sometimes you can see faces in the orb the orbs can't manifest demon cannot manifest on this planet, unless it's in something if it's in a human being or pig or whatever or a doll, then it can manifest so the enemy the fallen cherub knows the dragging knows this increase the avatars, which are the grays. They can inhabit the great just where they all. Look, very similar. They all Atkins certain way. So yeah, I think that the the higher ups are actually the fallen angels, and they can they can shape shifts in anything that they want to they could tell white says manses beings as anything they can they can rest is it gets model the to shape shift to change their appearance. And to appears anything sticking. Here's your late uncle, Bob if they want to so this is why deception is the key. And they are masters of it. And they just had a Laura said, so what was the first question is the hybrids here among us. Yeah. They they aren't we interviewed Al Matthews, and in our in my film in their own words, UFO's a real and else was a contact to you and the duct team most of his life, and he had contact with what can only be described as a hybrid entity when she wore these dark glasses, and this is all in the film. You did a brilliant job of bringing it to life with some CGI. But he's he's he's with this woman, and she's had these dark glasses on the whole time. And she's drinking wine, and there's a fly this large like a deer. Fly clean the side of the glass, and I'll go my gosh. You've got a big flyer. Why guys I'll let me get it for? He goes. No, she reaches our with their finger and the fly sticks to it. She doesn't crush the fly the fly sticks the finger. How's that work? She brings it to her mouth and just kind of sucks it in. Yeah. And this is on film. Now's completely taken aback by this. She takes for glasses. And at this point where it really goes off the rails and comes over and basically tries to seduce him and he pushes her away. When he does that her eyes shift and go reptilian. Yeah. Basically reptilian. Jeez. Now, that's kind of spooky it's that's the this is the incident which brought out across the line. He fled to his friends Gordy looking for answers gory got me on Skype. I talked to Al for at least an hour. We send books to him. And he finally figured out what was going on. And he came across the line would. I mean by that you realize that the reality of a supernatural world, and he became a follower to follow Jesus. I bet and. Yeah. So by the way, the abductors have stop. Let's go to army in Los Angeles. Welcome to the program. Go ahead, sir. Loosey goosey shivers down my spine. Oh, yeah. That's a spooky topic. I just wanna say started to talk to you, George, and I wanna ask you get early Margulis. What do you know of reports that archaeologists have found skeletons battleaxes and weapons belonging to the giants? And what can you say of the validity of these report and the validity of the existence of giant great question for you, L A great question. And this is why we make films in the books. We actually discovered what we call the Netflix, Lance, and and we'll be actually doing a film in the near future called out of place artifacts. We've already got lots of film on that and lots of artifacts, which don't make sense. One of these is what we call the Netflix bronze artifacts found in Michigan. We've had an analyze all this costs money, but we had an analyze does cost. Yeah. Get get their stores. The metal comes from the Middle East and Turkey. What's it doing in Michigan in the middle of nowhere? Exactly. It's an old ancient bright to land. It's like three feet long similar to the one that the giant of candle har- used an entails one of the soldiers that tried to kill the thing in the back. Of course, they eventually killed the giant of Kandahar. But this thing had a and it came out and pail this guy, and we think that this is exactly what was used throughout the Americas. Chief Joseph when he sought he was the one that told us what it was. We thought it was a sword. You said, no, it's it's the land. And they he told us this is the oral tradition. They used to come in to to the to the to the tribes place of gathering, whatever their domiciles, and they would entail the Braves sometimes two or three with with this. This one lands, and we actually we did. This. We actually three guys turns up aside, and that Lance could've gone through all three of us. So it's not these are not colorful stories these things happen. Not only that but he should the collar should go on coast to coast and look at the six fingered skeleton. What's that doing there? And that's clearly sixteen years which ties back into the oral tradition of native Americans talking about the sixth regret here. Giants that Roan America. There's a hidden history as Scotty Walter would say, do you think that these they call them ET's came here to seed us, and that's their mission throughout the universe..