Wednesday, May 1, 2013



Temecula, CA – A recent, now scrubbed but still accessible, story in the Huffington Post seemed more the type from The National Enquirer. A 6” tall, tiny, fully developed ‘alien’ was reported to have been discovered at a dig in Chile. Scientists at Stanford University have spent the last ten years studying a bizarre 6-inch alien specimen that was first discovered by Oscar Munoz in Chile's Atacama Desert on Oct. 19, 2003

The discovery of the miniature, bizarre skeleton with stereotypical alien features caused a stir, as it suggested humankind might finally have found evidence of visiting extraterrestrials. However, Stanford University researchers have finally revealed that the strange "Atacama Humanoid" skeleton belongs to a human being.

"I can say with absolute certainty that it is not a monkey. It is human -- closer to human than chimpanzees!"

"It lived to the age of six to eight. Obviously, it was breathing, it was eating, it was metabolizing. It calls into question how big the thing might have been when it was born," said Garry Nolan, director of stem cell biology at Stanford University's School of Medicine in California.

If you read The Origin of Taboos on Women and thought that story a little far-fetched, this latest bit of alien news cast Gen 19:30-38 in a vastly different light and adds credence to ‘Origin of  Taboos’. 

As you look at the addition photos of this creature deemed ‘human’, try and think of any legend, myth, fable, or tall tale mention of any such type being. While there are numerous accounts of ‘little people’ in many cultures, there are no mentions of tiny ‘alien-looking’ creatures either benevolent or malicious that I can recall personally. However, there is one veiled reference in the Bible that occurs about 13 chapters down the road from Gen 6:1, 2, 4; [2448 BC and 1898 BC respectively].

Long the most indefensible part of the Bible, this section dwells with Lot, Abram’s (before the name change to Abraham) nephew, his two (supposed teenage/young adult) daughters, and incest, a creepy subject nowadays. After Lot’s wife disobeys the angel who said, “Don’t look back”, she is turned to a pillar of salt when she does look back at the destruction of Sodom. This is a type of WMD unknown to modern warfare’s arsenal, so far.
Lot bargains with the angels to allow him to go to Zoar, a town that existed into the Middle Ages, before their ‘big bang’ on the other four cities destined for destruction. Lot is now just in the company of his two youngest daughters as the oldest two died with their husbands’ families in the cities. And this is where it gets strange. Both girls wind up ‘sleeping’ with Pops so his seed will be preserved. The older daughter conceived Moab (Hebrew, lit., "from the father" [meh-Av]), father of the Moabites; the younger daughter conceived Ben-Ammi (Hebrew, lit., "Son of my people"), father of the Ammonites.
So why is this important, and told of in the Bible? The short answer first and then how the 3 major ‘male God’ religions explain/look at this case of incest seduction.

Since it is the woman, again, who does the deed, the ‘she’ of the species gets another lash of perceived ‘loose morals/lustful power’ affecting a man. But as we shall see in the real, read anointed, view of things, once again ‘men’ have used an ‘incident’ to develop a perverted view of womanhood to thus have a ‘power over’ hold on females. I don’t doubt either that this Bible story [unrevealed] has helped despicable men molest girl babies then assuage their guilt.

The reason the story is in the Bible, it seems, is because according to Christianity, Jesus is a descendent of Lot through David's great-grandmother Ruth, who is descended from Lot's son Moab. The link between Lot and his son is Pheiné/Paltith[1], his third oldest daughter.
Of course this happened in the distant past. However, in Luke 17:20–32, the Pharisees ask Jesus when the Kingdom of God will come. This triggered a topic that Jesus addressed his disciples about, concerning "the days of the Son of Man". In his discourse, he likened this time to the days of Lot and reminded his followers about what happened to this man's wife, saying, “Remember Lot's wife.” We will return to this point after hearing from ‘the usual suspectsplus one.

Jewish view

In the Bereshith of the Torah, Lot is first mentioned at the end of the weekly reading portion, Parashat Noach. The weekly reading portions that follow, concerning all of the accounts of Lot's life, are read in the Parashat Lekh Lekha and Parashat Vayera. In the Midrash, a number of additional stories concerning Lot are present, not found in the Tanakh, as follows:

    Abraham took care of Lot after Haran was burned in a gigantic fire in which Nimrod, King of Babylon, tried to kill Abraham.
    While in Egypt, the midrash gives Lot much credit because, despite his desire for wealth, he did not inform Pharaoh of Sarah's secret, that she was Abraham's wife and half or twin sister.

Christian view

Despite Lot's flaws, Christians view him as a righteous man and draw upon New Testament scriptures that make direct references to his day, such as:

Simon Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, reminded his readers about Sodom and Gomorrha and spoke of Lot as being a righteous man amongst the wicked:

        "2:6 And turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrha into ashes condemned [them] with an overthrow, making [them] an ensample unto those that after should live ungodly; 2:7 And delivered just Lot, vexed with the filthy conversation of the wicked: 2:8 (For that righteous man dwelling among them, in seeing and hearing, vexed [his] righteous soul from day to day with [their] unlawful deeds;)” —2 Peter 2:6–8

Islamic view

Lut (Arabic: لوط‎) (circa 1900 BC?) in the Qur'an is considered to be the same Lot in the Hebrew Bible. He is considered to be a messenger of Islam and a Prophet of Islam.
In Islamic tradition, Lut lived in Ur and was a nephew of Ibrahim (Abraham). He migrated with Ibrahim to Canaan and was commissioned as a prophet to the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. His story is used as a reference by Muslims to demonstrate Islam's strong disapproval of homosexuality. He was commanded by Allah to go to the land of Sodom and Gomorrah to preach monotheism and to stop them from their lustful and violent acts. Lut's messages were ignored by the inhabitants, prompting Sodom and Gomorrah's destruction. Though Lut left the city, his wife stayed behind and was destroyed.

The Qur'an dictates that all prophets are examples of moral and spiritual rectitude. Since Lut is viewed as a prophet, any suggestion toward drunkenness or incestuous behavior is considered false.

Feminist view of some women

Some feminists have argued that Lot's behavior in Genesis 19:30–38 constitutes sexual abuse of his daughters.

OK Sports fans, now that we have heard from the peanut gallery, let’s look at the whole situation through anointed logic, the current HuffPost story, and what’s to come.

First of all, it isn’t much of a stretch to suppose that the older daughter had a ‘vision’ about the importance of Lot’s seed being carried for some future event. Second, let’s take a look at the wording of the passage for a clue.

‘Genesis 19:30 And Lot went up out of Zoar, and dwelt in the mountain, and his two daughters with him; for he feared to dwell in Zoar: and he dwelt in a cave, he and his two daughters.
31 And the firstborn said unto the younger, Our father is old, and there is not a man in the earth to come in unto us after the manner of all the earth:
32 Come, let us make our father drink wine, and we will lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father.
33 And they made their father drink wine that night: and the firstborn went in, and lay with her father; and he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she arose*.
34 And it came to pass on the morrow, that the firstborn said unto the younger, Behold, I lay yesternight with my father: let us make him drink wine this night also; and go thou in, and lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father.
35 And they made their father drink wine that night also: and the younger arose, and lay with him; and he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she arose*.
36 Thus were both the daughters of Lot with child by their father.’

According to one Rabbinic view, Lot secretly lusted after his daughters. He was intoxicated when the elder sister lay with him, but he was sober when she rose, as is indicated in the Torah by the dot over the word u-ve-komah* (“when she rose”). Despite his knowledge of what had transpired, he did not refrain from drinking wine the next night as well, and lying with the younger daughter (Gen. Rabbah 51:8–9). The same site also suggests that Lot’s immoral mindset was the reason he settled in Sodom. 

That too may be a bit harsh because Sodom and Gomorrah were well-heeled, rancorous, and sadistic cities, not towns. Places where beggars would be ‘given’ a gold bar that had their name carved on it, and because of that, merchants would know NOT to sell the poor person anything. The citizens would then watch as the beggar grew weaker, until at death, they would retrieve the gold bar from the corpse.
While the libertine lifestyle and callous hospitality were ample reasons for divine wrath, it is the words found in Jude 7 that nails this case shut and removes this black mark from Woman’s permanent record forever.
“Even as Sodom and Gomorrah, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication**, and going after strange** flesh, …”

Alrighty, first, the double asterisk words mean that particular original word appeared only once in the New Testament no matter how many times the translated common word appears. Surprisingly maybe to some, the word ‘strange’ appears more times than the word ‘fornication’ but it too has only one original word for this use. Without going into a long diatribe, the bottom line is: the older daughter was saying to the younger one, ‘there are no pure humans around in this area and if we want to have human babies, we need to get pregnant by our father because we know he is completely human, he is not a hybrid.’
If DNA tests say this thing is human, then we are all aliens, or at least quite a few are.

This resultant Biblical conclusion comes from researching the words [Strong’s Concordance] found in the definitions of ‘strange’, ‘fornication’, ‘manner’, and their use in sentence structure. The alien reference also falls in line with what’s to come shortly, as revealed here and in the companion piece, Holy Balls of Fire.

And what’s to come is the meaning of Jesus’ words when he likened the ‘end times’ to the days of Lot; when aliens were common sight, common knowledge, and common with man. That time is coming again, and soon because they never left. Our atom bomb blast knocked on their door and said, ‘We’re Ready to be harvested.’

The hidden track:
“Life is not a human on a spiritual voyage; it is a spirit on a human voyage” – Forgotten

[1] No name meaning was found  through available research -Ed

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