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The Mythology of David the Philistine Years: Mythology

The Mythology of David the Philistine Years: Mythology

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  • ISBN-13: 9781456398873
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Release Date: Nov 30, 2010
  • Pages: 338 pages
  • Dimensions: 0.77 x 10.0 x 8.0 inches

Overview

The Mythology of David the Philistine Years is an image based text; such as to be word defying in the pictures of mind. The review of Books 1 Samuel and 1 Chronicles is combined to the writings of Enoch as the angel Meta-Tron. Find in 1 Samuel 29:9 to have the Philistines to refuse to allow David and his men to join a battle against Saul, and to declare him to be an angel of God. David then has his wives kidnapped, and to have to track them down. They spend from Twillight of 1 Samuel 30:17 onto the next day to recover the ladies and slay those responsible. Such are the adventures of David to flee the wrath of Saul, and in David having killed and beheaded Goliath; which is seen to the cover of the text. Enoch writing from 3300 BC had three Books; including the Book of the Watcher angels. His three books are combined to my Mythology Volumes IX and X of David the Philistine Years and David as King. His is the angelic version of events of the origins of the world. It is my opinion to be clearly the best to read of the angels, and to allow events to speak for themselves. The dilemma of a contextual or implicit reading nonetheless remains intact. This volume continues onto conversations between Archangel Michael and Raphael to express concern over the hideous losses to be foreseen. The fall of the entire Watcher angel program over humanity is foretold by Meta-Tron. He expresses to find the Lord of the Spirits to be of one of two sights. These were a frightening Sun in the sky wihtout surroundings, and to have had seen a fading moon. The Lord of Spirit walked alone to a dead world; so to refer this volume of mythology to require a New Heavens and a New Earth. The volume combines God's favorite of David to the angel's comments. My review of Enoch is combined to a Volume of Mythology of David as King to unite Israel. The historical records and times onto say 1048 BC are attempted to be documented.

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