13) Before this verse, we have God creating the entire world without reference to an "us."
Example, Genesis 1:3 - וַיֹּ֥אמֶר אֱלֹהִ֖ים יְהִ֣י א֑וֹר וַֽיְהִי־אֽוֹר׃
"God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light."
14) We do see the use of the word "Elohim" to refer to God. One God.
15) But all of a sudden, when the most important part of Creation is created - the people - we see some sort of plurality, as in: "Let's do this."
16) Why would God speak in terms of a plurality if He is singular?
Why would God allow divine beings to go around raping women?
None of this seems to make any sense.
17) Headed off to synagogue now - will pick this up later, God willing.
18) Okay, if you're online and can see this, I am picking up the Bible study thread.
19) Okay. So let's review before going forward.
I'm going to do this slowly because it is confusing.
Appreciation to the person who helped me.
20) The story of Noah is the story of a man who was righteous, amid a world that was the epitome of evil.
God decided to destroy the world and save Noah.
21) What we're doing right now is digging very closely, like with our fingernails closely, into the EXACT words used to describe the world Noah lived in.
22) To put the bottom line up front for those who find my threads tortuously long-winded, the theory here is that the beings who existed at the time of Noah - the Nephilim, or fallen ones - remained in some form or fashion, and perpetuated the cult which opposes us now.
23) I understand that there is this thing called "a world of facts" and a sub-thing called "the details which comprise those facts" and while that level of perspective (the micro-perspective) is very interesting to some people, what I am after is the BIG PICTURE.
24) For I feel that if we cannot understand the BIG PICTURE, then we cannot understand the enemy and we are hopelessly at risk forever.
25) Sometimes I think about the fact of how much trouble we are in, and how the vast majority of the planet goes on LinkedIn and continues to talk about the same nonsense they did before, as though they can somehow just ride this out and all will be well.
26) Other times I think about the truly stupid stuff people do to make money off of the movement when they know absolutely dip shit.
27) The reason I bring this up is that money plays a part in our coming to understanding. For those who do this work full time, they actually need it; yes, David Seaman was one of those people; and he was a brilliant journalist, researcher and storyteller. He explained Nephilim.
28) Basically, what DS said was that for the elite families of this world (think the bloodline families; yes they are real) the fate of the planet is like a game. They have elaborate rules to the game, one of which is that they must give us a chance before acting.
29) This is similar to what @SaRaAshcraft said about consent; they must create consent even if it does not appear that way to us - that way they can act and say "you went along with it." (E.g., Hollywood and buried symbols)
mentions 30) DS said (in one of his videos, censored off of YouTube) that the cabal actually hates humanity because they see themselves as NOT HUMAN, and having to contend with us inferiors.
mentions 31) According to DS, the Nephilim HATE GOD because when God made the flood, THEY WERE THE ONES WHO GOT WIPED OUT.
Mostly that is - we know the Jews confronted them in Israel when the spies went out.
mentions 32) Therefore, the war that is going on here, on this planet, is a spiritual level war, with the cabal rebelling against God and God consoling the Jewish people, His bride, chosen to exemplify faithfulness, except the people are constantly cheating with the cabal.
mentions 33) Most people already know that so-called "secret societies," whether they're the Nazis, the CIA, the Rosicrucians, the Masons, or what have you - all of them seek out and collect "secret knowledge" that they can use to oppose God. (aka "magick")
mentions 34) What we're going to do in this thread, by doing a close read of this week's Torah portion, is ask the difficult question of how it is that God - upon consulting with the angels - created a kind of divine-human hybrid being that is wholly evil.
mentions 35) Okay let me pause a minute, read your reactions, and then we'll continue.
I am supposed to be home for dinner, which is early.
mentions 26) This is so weird, Twitter is adding @SaRaAshcraft to my thread as though I'm replying to her...hey Sarah! 🌻🌹🌷🌼🌸🌺
mentions 27) OK. Let's open up our Bibles.
mentions 28) This is crazy. Sarah, I apologize...I don't know how you are getting added to this thread. I can't seem to remove you this is really something.
29) I am wearing Sarah’s shirt!
30) Okay, that seems fixed now
41) Correcting the numbering. Thank you all for your patience.
42) In Genesis 1:26, we have God (here "Elohim," which in Hebrew would typically be plural but is used in the singular) saying: "Let us make man in OUR image, after OUR likeness."
So "Elohim" says - "let us make ADAM," to refer to "MAN," to mean "PEOPLE."
43) The commentaries explain that God is here consulting with the angels, not because He needed to, but as a lesson of leadership.
But the sentence still bothers people, because it sounds like there is more than one God.
And it opens the door to the Nephilim asserting divinity
44) Just before the beginning of the Torah portion (Genesis 6:1, the verse says "And the children of THE GODS ('Ha-Elohim') saw daughters of MAN and they took them at will."
45) In other words, the same entities that God consulted about creating man, later took advantage of man. (Here, "man" means "woman".)
How is it possible that God would consult an entity which later turned out to act out evilly?
46) To further confuse things, this doesn't make sense - divine entities have no free will - they're either wholly bad, or wholly good.
47) I hate to do this, but have to take a break once again, and this is going to require a lot more analysis.
48) Hi everyone. I know Q is back but we have been talking about the Nephilim and these verses all afternoon. So I'm going to continue this.
49) The issue in a nutshell is that God appears to say there are multiple divinities, with the "Elohim" verse in Genesis 1:26 "let's make man in our image." Then, later on, the "B'nai Elohim" or "children of the gods" (it sounds like) take the daughters of man by force. Bad.
50) A closer look at the verses however shows that Genesis 1:26 resolves itself in Genesis 1:27:
"So God created mankind in his own image."
Still with the same "Elohim" language.
Then it says, "Male and Female created he them." - Man was comprised of male and female parts.
51) Theologically this resolves the question of monotheism, but we are still left with the problem of the "sons of God" attacking the "daughters of man."
If they're the "sons of God" (higher) how are they attacking the "daughters of man" (lower, and created by the higher?)
52) There's a lot more to this question, but it shifts the discussion of the cabal to a much different place for me.
In my mind, the problem was always Lilith, who was the first "female" created alongside Adam - and she left Adam, married the head demon Samael, and spawned...
53) But what we actually see in this Torah portion is that God created the world, with the counsel of the Heavenly angels, and then He nearly totally wiped it.
That world, inhabited by the "sons of God," was the world of the Nephilim, who CONTINUED TO EXIST, and --
54) Not only do the Nephilim (fallen ones) continue to exist, but they think THEY ARE THE RIGHTFUL HEIRS to this world - just as David Seaman said.
55) As such, the Nephilim think of ordinary humans as an annoyance, and it is why they have no problem with a 9/11 or a Holocaust or a nuclear sub attack to incinerate half the planet.
56) Looking at the verse, we need to be clear. The "sons of the nobles" - these are divine. The "daughters of man" - these are human. The rape of the women produced fallen angels, who feel entitled to the world.
57) But how did the "sons of the nobles," if they were divine in nature, fall to temptation in the first place?
58) The Zohar (Kabbalah - Jewish mysticism) teaches that the mortal women were tempting to these divine beings because they walked around naked.
59) But again, if they were divine, didn't they know better?
60) The Zohar seems to say that they were tricked by a demoness, keeps on leaping away until she leads them to the mortal women - to temptation.
(Sources: Sefaria Gen 6:2 with Kabbalah)
61) "They then go at night to נַעֲמָה, the mother of the demons, by whom the first sons of Elohim were misled....Although they wish to go near her, she leaps away....Then she turns, changing into many different shapes...so that they may be led astray" - Zohar 1:9b:3
62) What this seems to imply is a class of beings that existed somewhere between wholly material (humans) and wholly spiritual (like angels/demons) - beings created with a strong God-consciousness but also the ability to reason and be tempted.
63) These beings were initially immortal. Early in the history of man, they set about to take any woman they want. And God grieves over this, and cuts their lives short. And seeing their spawn, He is sorry He ever made them.
64) How could God have felt He made a mistake? You might think. God is God.
But He saw how His creations oppressed the women, and grievously regretted it.
Think about the scale of that crime, repeated over and over for the whole history of the world.
65) We could go on and on with this, but the bottom line is that God wipes those beings off the planet - and yet somehow, a few survive, and they are later confronted by the Jews when they must conquer Israel.
66) It is a rule of the world that everything broken must be fixed.
That the women were broken must be fixed.
The cabal, which is the Nephilim, believes that their destruction must be rectified too.
There is no room on this planet for them and us.
67) "This will never happen again. TRUTH WORKS. FACTS MATTER. Q"
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.