Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77782506 Quoting: TraversableWormhole Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77782506
... Quoting: TraversableWormhole
Why are you calling it nibiru when it's clearly just the moon?
Because it is illuminated from the upper side not only the west.The illumination is due to Nibiru.you can mot see all the west side because Nibirus light is stronger than the moon light.
So you think the moon's illuminated because of nibiru? Wow man,just wow. So why can't we see it then if it's bright enough and close enough to light up the moon? Won't be holding my breath waiting for an intelligent answer since you think dirt and bugs on a webcam is really a giant planet that NO ONE actually sees.
Are we married NOW?
Some see it some do not.
Ask God maybe he takes you up to Nibiru..
Like Enoch,Eliah and many others..
The Human Who Never Died
He went straight to Heaven, or did he?
In Genesis, there is one man who is only scantily mentioned but who is deserving of VIP treatment. This is Enoch.
Enoch receives two passing mentions in the Old Testament (GENESIS 5:21/5:22-24) and three such in the New Testament (LUKE 3:37; HEBREWS 11:5; and JUDE 1:14). What marks out Enoch as special is that he’s one of only three beings in the entire Bible who reportedly did not die but ascended straight to Heaven. The other two are Jesus and Elijah. It is therefore curious why the writers of Genesis whilst commending him for his quintessential righteousness did not bother to dwell on his saga in proportion to his feats. Why was he left practically in the lurch when he should have been profusely eulogised?
Outside of the Bible on the other hand, Enoch is a preeminent subject. In the Sumerian records, he takes pride of place. One apocryphal book of Old Testament times, The Book of Enoch, is actually devoted to his exploits. The book was left out of the Old Testament canon primarily because it exposed the angels – Gabriel, Michael, Sariel, etc – as flesh-and-blood beings (that is, as Anunnaki) rather than spiritual entities. In another apocryphal book left out of the Old Testament corpus, called The Book of Jubilees, Enoch features rather prominently.
As we hinted last week, Enoch was born about 80,000 years ago as the seventh descendent in the royal line of Adapa, the third of the Genesis Adams who fathered Cain (legally, not biologically as he was actually the son of Enki), Abel, and Seth. The Sumerians document that he was the son of Jared and Baraka. GENESIS 5:22-24 says, “After he became the father of Methuselah, Enoch walked faithfully with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters.
Altogether, Enoch lived a total of 365 years. Enoch walked faithfully with God; then he was no more, because God took him away.” HEBREWS 11:5 says, “By faith, Enoch was taken from this life, so that he did not experience death: He could not be found, because God had taken him away. For before he was taken, he was commended as one who pleased God.”
Enoch is said to have travelled to “Heaven” (Nibiru) twice, the second time for good. Who was the “God” with whom Enoch walked for 300 years? Where did this God take him when he attained 365 years of age? And was he indeed 365 years old when he disappeared from the public domain?
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