Mt 10,25, Rev 19,20,21 (Listen Very Carefully & Don’t Falsely Accuse Me)


I did not say there is no hell and I did not say that there is no judgment either AND I WAS NOT TALKING ABOUT THE JUDGMENT OF SATAN AT ALL IN MY PREVIOUS VIDEO NOR I DID DENY THE LAKE OF FIRE WITH BRIMSTONE, WHICH IS THE SECOND DEATH.  DON’T PUT WORDS IN MY MOUTH.  I do not accept false accusations from STRANGERS anymore so hold on to your hat because

if you want to study God’s word, you will do it WITH ME, TRUST ME ON THAT SCORE.

Listen very carefully and ask the Holy Spirit to help you to understand.

Key words:  satan chained in the bottomless pit. The rest of the death did not live until the thousand years were finished.  This is the first resurrection. Blessed is the one who has part in the first resurrection for the second death has no power. Those will be priests of God and will reign a thousands years.  God and Magog is after the thousand of years.  So you have people DIRECTLY FIGHTING CHRIST WITH SATAN AFTER THOSE THOUSAND OF YEARS..  The devil is cast into lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are AND SHALL BE TORMENTED DAY AND NIGHT FOREVER AND EVER.

2:02 Now the Great White Throne.   And I saw the dead, small and great.  Who are they?  They are the ones who did not raise at the first resurrection (The rest of the death did not live until the thousand years were finished and the ones who DIRECTLY fought Christ with SATAN AFTER THE MILLENNIUM, CORRECT?

2:28 The dead were judged according to what was written in the books, according to their works. COMING IS A VERY SPECIFIC LIST OF PEOPLE, HERE THEY ARE, I MEAN THIS LIST IS VERY SPECIFIC:

3:04 But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars SHALL HAVE THEIR PART IN THE LAKE WHICH BURN WITH FIRE AND BRIMSTONE, WHICH IS THE SECOND DEATH.

3:28 Now satan is lose out of his prison AFTER THE THOUSAND OF years gathering people TO FIGHT CHRIST DIRECTLY.


4:08 The sea also gave the death who were in it.

4:12 DEATH AND HELL DELIVERED THE DEAD WHO WERE IN THEM and they were judged according to their works.



4:25 Whosoever is not found in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.

4:58 Verse 5 While the bridegroom tarried, THEY ALL SLUMBERED AND SLEPT.

5:18 Verse 9 But the wise answered, saying, Not so; lest there be not enough for us and you: but go ye rather to them that sell, and buy for yourselves.

5:40 Verse 12 But he answered and said, Verily I say unto you, I know you not.

7:41 Verse 26 His lord answered and said unto him, Thou wicked and slothful servant, thou knewest that I reap where I sowed not, and gather where I have not strawed:

8:14  Verse 30 And cast ye the unprofitable servant into outer darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.


8:25  Verse 31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory,

Verse 31 and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:


8:32 Verse 32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:

9:47 Verse 41 Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, ***INTO EVERLASTING FIRE, PREPARED FOR THE DEVIL AND HIS ANGELS***

10:37 Verse 46 And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.

10:45  Matthew 10:15 Verily I say unto you, It shall be MORE TOLERABLE for the land of Sodom and Gomorrha IN THE DAY OF JUDGMENT, THAN FOR THAT CITY.

Humm….that must means what it means, RIGHT? I am NOT a false prophet !!! (ref. gift of prophesy according to 1 Cor 14:3)

10:56  Matthew 10:28 And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.

11:17 Verse 2 For true and righteous are his judgments: for he hath judged the great whore, which did corrupt the earth with her fornication, and hath avenged the blood of his servants at her hand.

V 3 And again they said, Alleluia And her smoke rose up for ever and ever.

14:31  V 20 And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshipped his image. THESE BOTH WERE CAST ALIVE INTO A LAKE OF FIRE BURNING WITH BRIMSTONE.

Origins of the Watchers, Egyptian sun god RA-el (Rayel) ~ Part 2


Angels could be described as discarnated persons that have an interest in the welfare of someone else in the physical world, and can be called upon for guidance and healing. They have physical bodies that are not of flesh and blood but are rather of a metaphysical or “spiritual” nature. They are usually not visible for human beings, but with much effort they would be able to show themselves as a shimmering, translucent form. Angels are mentioned in the Old and New Testament of the Bible, the Tanakh and the Qu’ran. They are often described by scribes as non-physical beings who can assume a humanlike body that could appear like a shining and flickering fire.

Eloah (or Eloha) is the singular form of the plural word “Elohim”, and would translate to “God”, or “Godly being”. It had been used in the Tanakh and the Bible, especially in the more poetic chapters; At six places it is used to describe “pagan” gods (like in Chronicles 32:15 and Daniel 11:37-8), though in the most cases it is used to refer to the “God of Israel”, known in the Tanakh as Yaweh (YHWH) and Jehova (JHVH) in the English and Greek Bible. Eloah also doesn’t specifically refers to a male being because this word is both male and female in the language of Old Hebrew.

The story from the Biblical book Exodus also strongly suggests that the old Israelites were familiar with more gods besides the God of Israel. They actually sung the following during the crossing of the Red Sea (Exodus 15:11):
“Who is like you, O LORD, among the gods?
Who is like you, majestic in holiness,
awesome in glorious deeds, doing wonders?” – Exodus 15:11

The Mesopotamian Dieties

By comparing the texts of the book of Genesis, like the stories of the sons of God, the Deluge and the confusion of tongues (the Tower of Babel story), with the Mesopotamian myths, one should note these stories are not only very similar but also that there is the mention of multiple gods instead of one. The ancient Mesopotamian people knew, like the old Greeks, a whole pantheon of various dieties where each of one had his/her own place within the hierarchy. Like the Greek gods, the Mesopotamian dieties were not seen as the creators of the world but as the almighty rulers of a world which was already in existence.

Today many researchers believe that the mythical gods were invented by man himself. This is because scientific conclusions are often based on tangible evidence, but how can one find evidence for beings that were not physical by definition? Many writings and other testimonials of various ancient cultures share a similar basis where a certain chief god commands a pantheon of “lower” gods (or angels): a certain small seperate group group of individuals here on earth who – to the more simple human beings – seemed to have supernatural powers and actively influenced mankind, animals and the rest of nature. Apparently, who they really were had never been fully explained and it is probable that ancient man also would not had been able to fully comprehend this. (Enoch’s writings about his visitations to the various “heavens” under the guidance of angels actually raises more questions than answers because of his limited frame of reference.) From his written dialogues, it is evident that the Old Greek philosopher Plato considered the stories about the Greek gods seriously because part of his philosophy was about them.

The Mesopotamian gods existed of gods of the earth which were known as the “Anunnaki in Sumerian and the “Anunna” in Akkadian cultures, who were also called the “fifty great gods”, and the gods of the sky or the heavens: the “Igigi”, who were the so-called: “lesser gods”. At times the names of Anunnaki and Igigi were used synonymously, what could mean that the Igigi were actually part of the Anunnaki. In the Babylonian myth of creation; the “Enuma Elish”, the god Marduk (who triumped over his father Enlil) divided the Anunnaki and assigned them to their proper stations; three hundred in heaven and three hundred on the earth. This also gives an impression of the number of “gods” or that would have been present on and nearby earth.

Enki and Enlil actually share similarities with the Greek gods Poseidon and Zeus; They also were brothers with leading roles, whereof Enlil was a chief god like Zeus, and Enki had the watery abyss (the “abzu”) as his domain, like Poseidon was the god of the sea. The chief god Odin from Norse mythology also share common characteristics with the Greek god Zeus, as they both were chief gods and referred to as some kind of father figure. Both Zeus and Yaweh: the Biblical God, would have dwelled in high mountains; Zeus would have dwelled on mount Olympus (the highest mountain in Greece) and it was mt. Sinai (situated in the Sinai mountains in Egypt) where Moses spoke with God. Yahweh, Zeus, Enlil, and also Odin were also likewise depicted as a powerful manly figure with a long (gray or white) beard.

The name “Anunnaki” is generally believed to mean something to the effect of “Those of Royal Blood”

Anu, which is assumed to be the name of the Anunnaki’s supreme god. And the epistemological meaning of Anu is: Lord; leader; king. As a personification of the heaven/sky, his kingdom was “in the expanse of the heavens” Na, is either a verb or an adverb, meaning “to send”. In many Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian and Old Babylonian texts and inscriptions, “Na” was written as “Ina”, and meant in, from within, so on and Ki, generally means “earth” in Akkadian and Sumerian, but also means “the underworld”, “the netherworld”, “the world of death”. Maybe they regarded earth sometimes as the “world of death” because everything in the earthly “material word” eventually perishes.

The god Enki (Ea) was also known by the Sumerians as the “ushumgal”, which translates to: “great serpent” or “dragon”, and – in both the Sumerian and Akkadian myths – he planted a great fruit tree in his garden at Eridu which was called the “Mes”-tree and another wonderous tree called the Gishin (Sumerian) or Kiskanu (Akkadian). This is quite similar to the story of Adam and Eve in the Book of Genesis in the Bible where there is a tree of “Knowlegde of Good and Evil” and a tree “of eternal life” and a certain “serpent” who dwelled there.

According to Sumerian mythology, Enki also assisted humanity to survive the Deluge designed to kill them. In the Legend of Atrahasis, Enlil, the king of the gods, sets out to eliminate humanity, the noise of whose mating is offensive to his ears.

He successively sends drought, famine and plague to eliminate humanity, but Enki thwarts his half-brother’s plans by teaching Atrahasis about irrigation, granaries and medicine. Humans again proliferate a fourth time. Enraged, Enlil convenes a Council of Deities and gets them to promise not to tell humankind that he plans their total annihilation.

Enki does not tell Atrahasis, but instead tells the walls of Atrahasis’ (a.k.a. Utnapishtim, Ziusudra, Noah) reed hut of Enlil’s plan, thus covertly rescuing Atrahasis by either instructing him to build some kind of a boat for his family, or by bringing him into the heavens in a magic boat.

After the seven day Deluge, the flood hero frees a swallow, a raven and a dove in an effort to find if the flood waters have receded. On the boat landing, a sacrifice is organised to the gods. Enlil is angry his will has been thwarted yet again, and Enki is named as the culprit. As the god of what we would call ecology, Enki explains that Enlil is unfair to punish the guiltless Atrahasis for the sins of his fellows, and secures a promise that the gods will not eliminate humankind if they practice birth control and live within the means of the natural world – Slaying of Off-spring!

The threat is made, however, that if humans do not honor their side of the coventant the gods will be free to wreak havoc once again.

Origins of the Watchers, Egyptian sun god RA-el (Rayel) ~ Part 1


Mesopotamian Scriptures

Ancient Mesopotamia is the area corresponding to modern-day Iraq and to a lesser extent northeastern Syria, southeastern Turkey and smaller parts of southwestern Iran. It is also known as the ‘land of rivers” because it is located in the area between the two rivers the Tigris and the Euphrates, which were already mentioned as early as in the book “Genesis” from the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible), that is known as “Bereesjiet” in the Torah. Later, the Tanakh was adapted by Christianity in the Old Testament and therefore its content is, with the exception of a few passages from the Book of Daniel which had been written in Aramaic, hardly different from the original Old-Hebrew text. The books are ordered differently however.

Certain ancient Mesopotamian myths, including the myths of the Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians and Babylonians, have remarkable similarities with the stories of the Tanakh and the Old Testament. It is known that these ancient Mesopotamian stories are much older and sometimes even more detailled. For example: The story about the person Utnapistim from the Gilgamesh epic is very similar to the flood story that is mentioned in the book of Genesis in the Bible and the Tanakh. This would imply that, these “Bible stories”, probably would have their roots in those earlier myths – instead of a diversion, what often had been thought.

The Bible is essentially a compilation of ancient texts, selected by the early church fathers. Texts that people weren’t supposed to read, because they were not in accordance to the general Christian orthodox belief, were labeled as uncanonical and were purposely left out in the Bible, and this includes all works that were seen as apocryphal and Gnostic, like the “Book of Enoch”, even though the canonical text Genesis 5:24 makes a very shortly reference to this man called Enoch:

“Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away.”

The full version of the book of Enoch was once thought to be lost, but fortunately this book was later discovered again within the Ethiopian version of the Bible, where this book never had been excluded.

Mesopotamian Myths and the Elohim

Sumer (or Shin’Ar) was an ancient civilization and historical region situated in southern Mesopotamia and is by many considered the earliest known civilization in the world. The Sumerians called their land: “ki-en-gir”, which could be translated to: “land of the civilized lords”, or “native land”. According to modern archeology, it rose estimated between 4,500 and 4,001 BC, and it’s ultimate decline was around 1,700 BC with the rise of Babylonia under Hammurabi.

The original discovery of Sumerian civilization between the Tigris and Euphrates, by archaeologists in the 1870s, was due to the consideration of biblical scriptures about Shinar (a possible variant of the name “Shumer”). Shin”Ar or Sumer translates to “Land of the Watchers”.

Location of ancient Sumer.

The Sumerians had a flourishing culture and wrote all kinds of things like we would do today on clay tablets in cuneiform script, including: rules, laws, poetry, and stories (myths). These are currently the earliest recognized forms of writing. It is characterized by a composition of wedge-shaped formations and was used by the Sumerians, Akkadians (Assyrians/Babylonians) and Persians. In the 1760s, Karsten Biebuhr brought back bricks with cuniform from a dig in Egypt, Arabia, and Syria. In 1802, Georg Friedrich Grotefend, a German school teacher, was the first to decipher cuneiform.

The Old Testament originated from the Tanakh of Judaism and the first five books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numeri and Deuteronomium, are known as the Torah. Certain Sumerian and Babylonian myths are quite similar to those ancient scriptures including the Tanakh and thus also the Old Testament of Christianity. However though, the Sumerian myths are known to be much older. This implifies that these stories from the book of Genesis probably originated from earlier Sumerian and Babylonian myths. That isn’t strange as – according to the Hebrew Bible – all Israelites were descended from Abraham, who was born in the Sumerian city of Ur, and later migrated with his family to Canaan (which is now roughly corresponding to modern-day Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and the western parts of Jordan and Syria.) This could mean that Abraham could have heard of these myths, possibly he was even grown up with it, which he later could have written down in the Torah; the first five books of the Tanakh.

From: “Myths of Enki, the Crafty God”, by Samuel Noah Kramer (world renowned Assyriologist and one of the foremost authorities on the ancient Sumerian language and literature) and John R. Maier:
“Sumerian literature contained a number of literary forms and themes found much later in the Bible… there are many parallels to Sumerian literature in biblical themes.” (- p.154)

For example, the story of Noah’s ark from the Book of Genesis, is quite similar to the Akkadian Epic of Atrahasis, and part of the story about Utnapistim in the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh (which is essentially the same story from the Epic of Atrahasis with some minor differences).

For example, the story of Noah’s ark from the Book of Genesis, is quite similar to the Akkadian Epic of Atrahasis, and part of the story about Utnapistim in the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh (which is essentially the same story from the Epic of Atrahasis with some minor differences).

Even the texts side by side are similar:
“The gods smelled the savor” – Atrahasis III,v,34
“The gods smelled the sweet savor” -Gilgamesh XI, 160
“And the Lord smelled the sweet savor…” – Genesis 8:21

There also was another flood myth called: the tale of Ziusudra, who was the ruler of Shuruppak, which was written in Sumerian. The single fragmentary tablet containing the story was dated to the 17th century BC (Old Babylonian Empire), which makes it older than the Epic of Gilgamesh which was dated to c. 1,100 BC.

A remarkable difference between the modern Mespotamian myths and the Bible, is that in the Mesopotamian myths there is the mention of the word “gods” in place of the “LORD”. This is because the word “Elohim”, from the original ancient Hebrew text, had not been translated accurately enough.
In the modern Bible the ancient Hebrew word “Elohim” had been translated as the “LORD”, and in more recent versions and revisions, it was even translated as “God”. According to the original Jewish teachings, the word “Elohim” is plural and literally translates to “Godly beings”.

Genesis 1:26 even clearly mentions:

“God (Elohim) said: Let us make man in our own image.”

“The Creation of Man” by Michaelangelo (at the Sistine Chapel).

This message also echoes throughout Greek mythology, where it is stated that man was created in the image of the “gods”, and the section of the early Sumerian epic of creation: the “Enûma Eliš”, in which the “gods” did create mankind (ch. 6:4).

In his work: “Yad ha-Chazakah: Yesodei ha-Torah”, the medieval philospher Moses Maimonides (1135-1204) counts ten ranks of angels in the Jewish angelic hierarchy. Here the “Elohim” – translated as: “Godly beings” – are ranked at nr.7, below the “Malakhim” (messengers, angels) and above “Bene Elohim”: “Sons of Godly beings” (the “sons of God” who were mentioned in the Old Testament from the Bible). The hierarchy is described as following:

Chayot Ha Kodesh (“Holy Living Ones”)
Ophanim (“Wheels”)
Erelim (“Thrones / Brave Ones”)
Hashmallim (“Electric Ones / Glowing Ones / Amber Ones”)
Seraphim (“Burning Ones”)
Malakhim (“Messengers”)
Elohim (“Godly Beings”)
Bene Elohim (“Sons of Godly Beings / “Sons of God” in the Bible)
Cheribim (“Strong Ones”)
Ishim (“Men / Man-like beings, persons”)