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King Solomon could fly or possibly had an UFO aircraft LOL

 
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The Quran unapologetically states that Allah gave Solomon command over the winds by which he was able to travel a two-month journey in less than a day:

And WE subjected to Solomon the violent wind. It blew, at his bidding, toward the land which WE had blessed. And WE have knowledge of all things. S. 21:81 Sher Ali

And to Solomon WE subjected the wind; its morning course was a month's journey and its evening course was a month's journey too. And WE caused a fount of molten copper to flow for him. And of the jinn were some who worked under him by the command of his Lord. And WE said that whoever of them turned away from Our command, WE would make him taste the punishment of the burning fire. S. 34:12 Sher Ali

And (We made) the wind (subservient) to Sulaiman, which made a month's journey in the morning and a month's journey in the evening, … Shakir

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How is this possible?1dunno1
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Well, I guess God was a lot more demonstrative back when he flamboyantly parted the sea.
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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The Quran unapologetically states that Allah gave Solomon command over the winds by which he was able to travel a two-month journey in less than a day:

And WE subjected to Solomon the violent wind. It blew, at his bidding, toward the land which WE had blessed. And WE have knowledge of all things. S. 21:81 Sher Ali

And to Solomon WE subjected the wind; its morning course was a month's journey and its evening course was a month's journey too. And WE caused a fount of molten copper to flow for him. And of the jinn were some who worked under him by the command of his Lord. And WE said that whoever of them turned away from Our command, WE would make him taste the punishment of the burning fire. S. 34:12 Sher Ali

And (We made) the wind (subservient) to Sulaiman, which made a month's journey in the morning and a month's journey in the evening, … Shakir

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How is this possible?1dunno1
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Whatever
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The Quran unapologetically states that Allah gave Solomon command over the winds by which he was able to travel a two-month journey in less than a day:

And WE subjected to Solomon the violent wind. It blew, at his bidding, toward the land which WE had blessed. And WE have knowledge of all things. S. 21:81 Sher Ali

And to Solomon WE subjected the wind; its morning course was a month's journey and its evening course was a month's journey too. And WE caused a fount of molten copper to flow for him. And of the jinn were some who worked under him by the command of his Lord. And WE said that whoever of them turned away from Our command, WE would make him taste the punishment of the burning fire. S. 34:12 Sher Ali

And (We made) the wind (subservient) to Sulaiman, which made a month's journey in the morning and a month's journey in the evening, … Shakir

[link to www.answering-islam.org]

How is this possible?1dunno1
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Whatever
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Yes what ever like king Solomon didnt know what he was doing requiring every king to give him 666 talents of gold????????


13 King Solomon gave to the queen of Sheba all her desire, whatever she asked, besides that which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty. So she turned, and went to her own land, she and her servants.

14 Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred sixty-six talents of gold,
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18 Here is wisdom. He who has understanding, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. His number is 666.
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The Quran unapologetically states that Allah gave Solomon command over the winds by which he was able to travel a two-month journey in less than a day:

And WE subjected to Solomon the violent wind. It blew, at his bidding, toward the land which WE had blessed. And WE have knowledge of all things. S. 21:81 Sher Ali

And to Solomon WE subjected the wind; its morning course was a month's journey and its evening course was a month's journey too. And WE caused a fount of molten copper to flow for him. And of the jinn were some who worked under him by the command of his Lord. And WE said that whoever of them turned away from Our command, WE would make him taste the punishment of the burning fire. S. 34:12 Sher Ali

And (We made) the wind (subservient) to Sulaiman, which made a month's journey in the morning and a month's journey in the evening, … Shakir

[link to www.answering-islam.org]

How is this possible?1dunno1
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Well that's neat... aside from the punishment of the burning fire part tounge
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The Quran unapologetically states that Allah gave Solomon command over the winds by which he was able to travel a two-month journey in less than a day:

And WE subjected to Solomon the violent wind. It blew, at his bidding, toward the land which WE had blessed. And WE have knowledge of all things. S. 21:81 Sher Ali

And to Solomon WE subjected the wind; its morning course was a month's journey and its evening course was a month's journey too. And WE caused a fount of molten copper to flow for him. And of the jinn were some who worked under him by the command of his Lord. And WE said that whoever of them turned away from Our command, WE would make him taste the punishment of the burning fire. S. 34:12 Sher Ali

And (We made) the wind (subservient) to Sulaiman, which made a month's journey in the morning and a month's journey in the evening, … Shakir

[link to www.answering-islam.org]

How is this possible?1dunno1
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Well that's neat... aside from the punishment of the burning fire part tounge
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The link or website is there to put discredit on islam but many christians and muslims dont know what they really read...

so blind... poor sheeple
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My uncle said he had a ufo, a girl he met would travel from afar to ride their craft together.
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Well, I guess God was a lot more demonstrative back when he flamboyantly parted the sea.
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Yep...

He had Jinn/demons who would work for him...

And they would tell him the secrets of the universe..


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He had map of Earth also
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He had map of Earth also
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Link???
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He had map of Earth also
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He had this he had that??

If you say something you know you have to prove it. So please back up your theory...
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My uncle said he had a ufo, a girl he met would travel from afar to ride their craft together.
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Or there camel!
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Solomon: King of the Birds?


…God was pleased with Solomon's request [for wisdom] and said, "You could have asked for long life or great wealth or victory over your enemies. But instead you asked for wisdom and you shall have you wish. You shall be able to understand the language of the birds and beasts…"

Then Solomon woke up from his dream. He wondered if God had really spoken to him or whether it had been a spirit beguiling him in his dreams.

Then he heard the birds squawking and twittering to each other in his garden below. He heard one suddenly cry out, "Silly birds — stop all this noise! Don't you know that the God has just given Solomon the ability to understand what we say and to make us do as he wishes!"

Then Solomon knew that the dream had indeed been sent by God.

"Nonsense!" chirped another bird. "How can a human being rule over us? Human beings are stuck on the ground while we can fly up into the heavens. Only the eagle who lives high in the mountains, can be our king."

"We'll see about that," whispered Solomon. Then he thrust his head out of the window and thundered, "Birds be quiet. King Solomon commands you!"

Instantly all was quiet in the garden.

"Where is the little bird who, a moment ago, talked so boldly? Come here at once!"

The poor little bird came fluttering to Solomon's finger, shaking as if her little heart would break.

"So," grumbled the young king, "you think that the eagle is stronger than I. We shall soon see about that. I command you to fly to the desert and summon the great White Eagle, mightiest of birds, to Jerusalem. Then we shall see who is king over the birds!"

"He will kill me if I speak so boldly to him!" stammered the little bird.

Then Solomon attached a letter to the bird's foot with a gold ring and placed the royal seal upon it. The little bird flew off shaking with fear. The next day, as the sun rose, Solomon's guards felt a great blast of wind howling down upon their heads. Then cam a second blast, then a third. Their hearts melted within them.
Then a fourth blast shook the palace to his foundations. In flew the great White Eagle, sparks of fire flashing like a sharp sword. As soon as his broad wings stopped beating, a little bird peered out from one of them and then darted behind the king's golden throne.

"Why have you summoned me here?" demanded the Eagle.

"To show you my power," answered the king.

Then Solomon ordered his guards to sound the shofar (ram's horn). Within moments, the vast throne-room filled with birds: parrots and peacocks, hawks and hummingbirds, cranes and cuckoos. The noise in the room was deafening.

Then the king cried, "Silence!" Instantly they all hushed.

Solomon turned to the White Eagle, who towered above the other birds like a mighty tree. "I command you, King of the Birds, to come back here once each month. Upon your wings, I shall keep watch over my great kingdom."

And so each month, the White Eagle returned to Jerusalem and King Solomon mounted his broad wings and shepherded the skies over Israel.

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And indeed We gave knowledge to David and Solomon, and they both said: "All the praises and thanks be to Allah, Who has preferred us above many of His believing slaves!"

And Solomon inherited (the knowledge of) David. He said: "O mankind! We have been taught the language of birds, and on us have been bestowed all things. This, verily, is an evident grace (from Allah)."

And there were gathered before Solomon his hosts of jinns and men, and birds, and they were all set in battle order (marching forwards). (Ch 27:15-17 Quran).

After his father's death, Solomon became king. He begged Allah for a kingdom such as none after him would have, and Allah granted his wish. Besides wisdom, Allah had blessed Solomon with many abilities. He could command the winds and understand and talk to birds and animals. Allah directed him to teach both men and jinns to mine the earth and extract its minerals to make tools and weapons. He also favored him with a mine of copper, which was a rare metal in those days.

In Jerusalem, on a huge rock, Solomon built a beautiful temple to draw the people to worship Allah. Today this building is known as "The Dome of the Rock." From there, a large band of followers joined Solomon on pilgrimage to the Holy Mosque in Mecca. After they had completed their hajj, they traveled to Yemen and arrived in the city of San'a. Solomon was impressed by their clever method of channeling water all over their cities. He was keen to build similar water systems in his own country but did not have enough springs.

He set out to find the hoopoe bird, which could detect water under the ground. He sent signals all over the hoopoe to call on him, but it was nowhere to be found. In anger, he declared that unless the bird had a good reason for its absence, he would punish it severely.

The hoopoe eventually came to Solomon and explained the reason for its delay. "I have discovered something of which you are not aware. I have come from Sheba (Sab'a) with important news." Solomon became curious, and his anger subsided. The bird continued: "Sab'a is ruled by a queen named Bilkis (Bilqis), who has plenty of everything, including a splendid throne. But in spite of all this wealth, Satan has entered her heart and the hearts of her people. She rules their minds completely. I was shocked to learn that they worship the sun instead of Allah the Almighty."

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lol!!

In Norse mythology, the power to understand the language of the birds was a sign of great wisdom. The god Odin had two ravens, called Hugin and Munin, who flew around the world and told Odin what happened among mortal men.

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i once suspected that the author of the Book of Enoch was traveling in a hot air-balloon.
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i once suspected that the author of the Book of Enoch was traveling in a hot air-balloon.
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Henock was just touring all over the earth and the universe got a little chat with the Angels and saw planets and moons orbiting the stars..


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My uncle said he had a ufo, a girl he met would travel from afar to ride their craft together.
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Afar people are very primitive people.. there ancestors are ape men like creatures...
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The Queen of Sheba (Bilqis) and the hoopoe, Solomon's messenger, a drawing

Safavid dynasty, about AD 1590-1600
From Qazvin, Iran

When Islam was founded in the seventh century AD, there was considerable Jewish influence in Arabia. Many Old Testament stories and their Jewish elaborations were incorporated into the Qur'an.

Solomon (Sulaiman) is portrayed in the Qur'an as not only a great and wealthy king with power over birds, animals and djinn, but also a prophet of God. Believing that the Queen of Sheba worshipped the sun instead of God, Solomon wrote to her, calling her to come to him 'in humble submission' (Qur'an Sura 27:31). The Queen responded with a letter and gifts and set off to visit Solomon in his crystal palace.

This drawing depicts the moment when the hoopoe bird delivers the letter from Solomon to the Queen of Sheba, or Bilqis as she is known in the Muslim world. Bilqis is shown reclining beside a stream, gazing at the hoopoe perched on the tree stump at the right, with the rolled letter in its beak. Clothed in a remarkable robe, covered in an inhabited arabesque or 'waq-waq' design, Bilqis' sinuous form echoes the meander of the stream next to her.

According to the Qur'an, once the Queen reached Jerusalem, Solomon welcomed her in a courtyard with a glass floor. This was an elaborate plan to trick her into showing her legs, for according to interpreters of the Qur'an, Solomon feared that the Queen was a female devil, having been convinced by his djinns that under her clothes she was concealing the hooves of a donkey. The glass was so smooth it looked like water and the Queen lifted her skirts to avoid getting her hem wet, revealing a pair of beautiful legs. Astounded by the illusion, the Qur'an reports that the Queen exclaimed 'My Lord! surely I have been unjust to myself, and I submit with Sulaiman to Allah, the Lord of the worlds' (Sura 27:44).

St J. Simpson (ed.), Queen of Sheba: treasures from (London, The British Museum Press, 2002)

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King Solomon

The First Meeting.
How King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba first met.

by Ilil Arbel, Ph.D.

King Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, ruled not only over men and women, but also over the beasts, birds, demons, spirits and all the specters of the night. Naturally, he could speak all their languages.

One night he invited all the birds to sing to his noble guests. All came except the hoopoe. Angry, the king ordered a search, and when the hoopoe was found and rebuked, the bird explained that he was not guilty of disrespect. On the contrary, for the last three months he had hardly tasted any food or water, flying all over the world to discover if any place existed which was not yet subject to Solomon. Finally he found the land of Sheba, ruled by a beautiful and wise woman called Queen Balkys, where they have not heard the name of Solomon. The lush land in the middle of the desert boasted gold, silver, and great gems, and one of the most valuable treasures of the royal line was the throne, intricately carved of precious woods and inlaid with ivory and gold. The inhabitants of Sheba did not know the meaning of war, said the hoopoe. Solomon could easily conquer the land and take all its fabulous riches.

But that was not the king’s wish. Instead, he wrote a letter and tied it to the wing of the hoopoe. The letter invited the queen to come and pay tribute to King Solomon, like the rest of the kings and queens of the world. If she would consent to do so, he would treat her with honor and bestow gifts upon her country. If she would refuse, her land would be attacked and destroyed in the name of the one true God who gave Solomon his supremacy.

All the queen’s counselors were against it, as they have never heard of Solomon or his power. But she decided to take the trip and avert the wrath of God. Immediately she sent King Solomon a delegation of six thousand youths and maidens, all born the same year, month, day and hour. They were all of the same stature and all wore purple garments. And to the hoopoe she gave a letter promising the king that even though the trip from Sheba to Jerusalem usually took seven years, she would hasten to arrive in three years.

When she finally arrived, the queen was received with great honor and led to King Solomon’s throne room. To her amazement, she saw that her own throne stood next to the King’s! Smiling, the King told her that he thought she would be more comfortable sitting on her own throne while visiting, so he sent a few of his demon slaves to bring it over the night before her arrival. Queen Balkys was impressed with the magic, but she knew that wisdom mattered much more, and wanted to find out if the king’s wisdom matched his reputation. Therefore, she requested the right to pose three riddles to the king as a test. The king agreed, explaining to the queen that God’s wisdom, not his own, gave him his power.

The first riddle was: "what is the ugliest thing in the world, and what the most beautiful? What the most certain, and what the most uncertain?"

The king answered: "The ugliest thing in the world is the faithful turning unfaithful; the most beautiful, the repentant sinner. The most certain thing in the world is death; the most uncertain, one’s share in the World to Come."

The second riddles was: "What is it that in a storm at sea goes ahead of all; is the cause of praise for the wealthy; of shame to the poor; honors the dead and saddens living; is a joy to birds and a grief to fish?"
The king answered: "Flax. When woven into cloth it makes a sail for the ship, fine clothes for the rich, rags for the poor, shrouds for the dead. The birds delight in its seed; but the fish are caught in the nets made of it." The third riddle was: "What land is that which has but once seen the sun?"

The king answered: "The land upon which, after the creation, the waters were gathered."

Convinced of the King’s wisdom, Queen Balkys offered to pay a yearly tribute and swear her loyalty. The king graciously refused all tribute, and requested to have her loyalty and friendship only. He promised to visit often when the queen returned to her home, because he had a great eagle that could magically take him to Sheba in one night. In addition, he offered her gifts which were even more valuable than those she brought him. The friendship between the two royal houses was assured, and both nations were happy.

Source:
Sefer Haagada. Editors: H.N Bialik and Y.H. Ravnitzki. Dvir, Tel Aviv, 1933.

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In the Kabbalah
Early adherents of the Kabbalah portray Solomon as having sailed through the air on a throne of light placed on an eagle, which brought him near the heavenly gates as well as to the dark mountains behind which the fallen angels Uzza and Azzazel were chained; the eagle would rest on the chains, and Solomon, using the magic ring, would compel the two angels to reveal every mystery he desired to know. Solomon is also portrayed as forcing demons to take Solomon's friends, including Hiram, on day return trips to hell.
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Armed with it, Solomon called up all the demons before him, and he asked of each in turn his or her name, as well as the name of the star or constellation or zodiacal sign and of the particular angel to the influence of which each is subject. One after another the spirits were vanquished, and compelled by Solomon to aid in the construction of the Temple.

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If you read King Solomon's Testament, it talks about how Solomon spoke to demons and these demons built him a Temple.
I'm a bibletard, sorry for the inconvenience.
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Don't you guys get it? We come from ALIENS. All of the people who have a name in the bible are from "people" not of this planet. Solomon, Enoch, Paul, Elijah, Jesus.. ALL of them.. It all ties in with Enki, Enlil, Marduck.. NIBIRU. yup! That's the truth. Search and you will find out the same thing.. It's almost unbelievable but it's the truth.. hiding
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If you read King Solomon's Testament, it talks about how Solomon spoke to demons and these demons built him a Temple.
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I read somewhere that he stored the souls of demons into a ring, and was able to make them slaves at will. Crazy huh?

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