God’s Bow in the Sky
Most Christians think it was a rainbow: only that is not what the Hebrew Bible says. Oh, you can find it contemporary translations that say rainbow, but that word for bow is qasheth1 and in the Hebrew Bible qasheth is used 73 times to denote an archers bow or something to do with an archer: Only one time improperly as the term “Rainbow “ Making the Rainbow tradition. However, let us look at the end of the flood texts .
“The first day of the Month”
And it came to pass in the six hundred and first year, in the first month,
The first day of the month, the waters were dried up.”
The first day of the lunar month is always the first crescent moon after the new moon The Hebrew Rosha Shauna and Islamic Ramadan holy days starts with the first waxing crescent Moon after the new moon phase ends, which the moon is in the shape of an archer’s bow in the sky. The new moon was to be set aside as an extra Sabbath for the traditional Jewish month: No work on that day. Why is that? A memory trace to the past: A time reflection of that covenant with GOD?
The Twenty Seventh Day of the Month
And in the second month, on the twenty- seventh day of the month the Earth was dry.
The 27th is a waning crescent Moon: An archer’s bow in the sky. No mention of more rain in Genesis 9:13 clouds, yes, but no rain. A SIGN of COVENANT, yes; but rain no. The prism affect takes rain to make a rainbow. So no traditional rainbow could have been in the sky. However, the text said that there was a Crescent Bow Moon in the sky.
The Book of Enoch
Chapter 58: 12
“I saw that the heavens of the heavens (Mars) shook: that it shook violently (Earthquakes);
“And the angels (angels are water vapors Chapter 66:12)thousands and thousands,
and myriadsʼ of myriadsʼ (millions of millions) were agitated (Shaken as with an Earthquake
Chapter 53 3
“Being overwhelmed with hurled stones.”
58:2 “For I was incapable of enduring this vision of violence, its agitation (Earth quakes), and the concussion (meteor impacts) of heaven
“the powers of the Most High.”
7″In that day shall be a separating one from another Two monsters a female, whose name is Leviathan (The Moon with its Ice vapor trail),
Dwelling in the depths (space) above the springs of water. (The Moon that caused the tidal bulges of Marsʼ Oceans)
8 The second monster Dendayen (A Disaster planet) The Snake in The Garden of Eden.
12. These two monsters are by the power of GOD prepared to become provisions,
that the punishments of GOD may not be in vain,” (That some good may come out of it.)
Chapter 58: 15 4
These waters of judgment shall be for their healing, and for the death of their bodies.
But they shall not perceive and believe that the waters will change, and become like fire.
“These waters of judgment shall be for their healing, and for the death of their bodies.
But they shall not perceive and believe that the waters will change, and become like fire.
But when the frost, snow and cold fall upon you, in those days you will be utterly incapable of standing before them”.
Frozen water 300 to 400 degrees below zero as the moon travels through space. Do not lick that ice: your tongue will stick.
The moon that was barely removed from the orbit of Mars and then the moon slowly drifted along in a decaying orbit with the water vapor that had turned to ice vapor and had chilled to the ambient temperatures of space 300 to 400 degrees below zero. The Moon and its cloud of frozen water vapor slowly moved toward the sun and Earth: though the Moon still retained some of the orbital rotation of that Mars in relationship to the sun. On its journey to earth the Moon was bombarded by the debris tail of Dendayen (A Disaster planet). The rocks hit more one side the moon than the other because of the moon’s slow rotation. The ancients had a name for the cloud and its moon In the Far East and China “the Azure dragon,” the ancient Coptic prophet Job called it “Leviathan.”
Job spoke of the moons arrival in this manner.
Can you catch the leviathan with a hook?
The planet Dendayen,Venus did.
Or draw him out with a cord
Dendayen did with its gravitational.
Will he make supplications to you?
The Moon did for Dendayen.
“Will he make covenant with you?”
Yes. Dendayen left a bow of Covenant
“Or will you count him as a servant forever?”
Tides: twice a day.
These were the tidal forces that are used by man. The similitudes go on and on. And who knows the time that journey took for the moon to arrive here. The time frame is unknown, and the journey may have taken tens of thousands of years. The texts are unclear but at Leviathan’s (the Moon and its water vapor) arrival, things changed on planet Earth.
The Riddle of Saba
My researches into writings of Kabalistic Jew6 revealed that those writings were filled with great wisdom; the problem was that their interpretations are Common Interpretations that have been reinforced by generations of “Traditions” of their elite teachers. Gatekeepers that reject large portions of the accepted Torah of the First Century before the Christian era, therefore, I will give you some insights into this Riddle or mash / chiydah called “The Riddle of Saba ” so that way you can try to understand the meaning of this Riddle.
One night, Rabbi Chiya and Rabbi Yose arrived simultaneously in Migdal Tzur. (The Watchtower of the Rock)They both planned to lodge the night there and were delighted to see each other. Rabbi Yose said, “You don’t know how happy I am to behold the countenance of the Shechina!” For while I was traveling, an old man bothered me, a donkey-driver, who plied me with questions the entire way! ” Rabbi Chaya was intrigued and asked what the questions were? The first Question he asked me was, “What was the snake that flew through the sky and went about all alone, with an ant resting between its teeth? The snake began with union and ended with separation. “ The old donkey-driverʼs Question number two:” What is the eagle that makes her nest in a tree that never was? Her children were stolen away, but not as created beings, for they were created in a place where there is no creation. When they ascend they descend, and when they descend they ascend.” The old donkey-driver’s Question number three: “Who is the beautiful maiden without eyes, whose body is concealed and revealed, who comes out in the morning and disappears during the day, who is adorned with ornaments that never were? TWO IS ONE, AND ONE IS TWO.”
Rabbi Yose continues to tell Rabbi Chiya about the strange old man he had met: “All these three questions (chiydahs or riddles) he asked me on the way, always distressed me. But now I can relax. Had we been together, we would have occupied ourselves with Torah discussions, instead of other nonsensical matters!” Rabbi Chiya asked, “This old man… Do you know anything about him?”Rabbi Yose replied, “This I know: His chatter is worthless, for had he known anything he would have begun discussing Torah, and the journey would not have been wasted!” Rabbi Chiya said, “Is the donkey-driver here? Sometimes those apparently empty-headed fellows can turn out to be a golden bell.” “Here he is, preparing food for his donkey.” said Yose. The Rabbis called him over and the old man came before them. Saba sat down before them and said, “Rabbis! Only recently did I become a donkey-driver. I was not always a donkey-driver. But I have one young son whom I sent to school. And I want him to occupy himself with the Torah. So when I meet a rabbi on my travels; I try to act as his donkey-driver. Today I thought I would hear some novel Torah insights, but I heard nothing “….
Rabbi Yose said, “Of all the things I heard you say; only one of your chiydah (riddles) surprised me. You either said it out of foolishness or because you did not know what you were talking about.”
“And what was that?” asked the old man. “The Third Riddle about the beautiful maiden.” Rabbi Yose said.
The old man began, “I am not afraid to reveal the secrets of the Torah! The Lord is with me, to help me… The LORD is with me, I do not fear – what can man do to me? It is better to rely on the LORD… How good and pleasant, cherished and lofty are the words of Torah. However, shall I proclaim them in front of Rabbis, when I have not heard a single word of Torah from their mouths? As a result, I am not able to judge whether they are indeed diligent enough of learning secrets of the Torah. However, since you had not spoken, a single about words of Torah, I must say that I am not ashamed to say words of Torah before all.”
Unraveling Saba Riddle
The Saba donkey driver sees Rabbi Yose dressed in his rabbinical robes and wishes to feel the depths of this young man’s studies dealing with nature revealed in the Torah. However, it was obvious Rabbi Yose was looking for the “Shechina, the glorious, and ostentatious presents of the well know teachers of his time. However, Saba gave the young man three well known chiydah or story riddles of nature hidden within the Torah to ponder about, but no more.
“If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe,
if I tell you of heavenly things?”7
However, Saba gave Rabbi Yose the key to his riddles. Because, if you understand RIDDLE NUMBER THREE, of the Beautiful maiden you can understand the other two. That is why Rabbi Yose was most interested in the riddle of the Beautiful Blind Maiden because that held the key to the other two pieces of the riddle.
Riddle Number Three
“Who is the beautiful maiden without eyes, whose body is concealed and revealed,
who comes out in the morning and disappears during the day,
who is adorned with ornaments that never were?”
The moon has always been betrayed as a beautiful goddess of the night that is blind. Whose body is concealed and revealed? “Who is adorned with ornaments that never were,” armaments of light and shadow as the month progresses from full moon to new moon and is concealed by earth’s shadow Then from new moon to full moon is revealed by earth’s shadow diminishing. “Who comes out in the morning and disappears during the day”. During part of the month when the Moon is on the daylight side of Earth the moon can be seen for only a short time then the sunlight over powers the moonlight and disappears. “Who is adorned with ornaments that never were?” Just shadows of light.
Therefore, the answer to the Third Riddle is the Moon. Number One is Three
The Answer to the First Riddle
Is also the Moon
“What is the snake that flies through the air and goes about all alone,
with an ant resting between its teeth?” He began with union and ended with separation!
Enoch Chapter 58:78
In that day shall be a separating one from another two monsters a female, whose name is Leviathan (The Moon with its Ice vapor trail), Dwelling in the depths (space) above the springs of water. (The Moon that caused the tidal bulges of Mars’s Oceans)
Number Two Equals Number One.
So the second riddle must also be the Moon
“And what is the eagle that makes her nest in a tree that never was?
Her children were stolen away but not as created beings,
for they were created in a place where there is no creation.
When they ascend they descend, and when they descend they ascend…”
“And what is an eagle that makes her nest in a tree that never was?…”
The moon was the eagle. Her nest in a tree: (her orbit around the Earth) that never was a tree that was (its orbit allowing the Moon to float in the sky).Her children (rain drops of the deluge) were stolen away but not as created beings, for they were created in a place where there is no creation. (Because they are continuously recreated) “When they ascend they descend, and when they descend they ascend.” (As water evaporates it rises to create clouds then the water of the cloud creates raindrops The moon/ the Eagleʼs and the rain her children)
The problem for the Jews is that the Torah up until the Second Century CE included the Book of Job and the Book of Enoch at which time Rabbi Simeom Ben Jochai pronounced a curse on all who believed the Book of Enoch/ Noah to be GOD inspired. The reason the book was reviled was because so many Jews believed in the Book of Enoch/ Noah were convinced through that book and by the Christians of the day that the Book of Enoch revealed Jesus as the Messiah. Therefore, how could any Orthodox Jew ever understand the Riddle of Saba when the part of the Torah that explained the riddle was not accepted? Or any Christian because they no longer accept the Book of Enoch/ Noah after the council of Laodicea and Filastrius a church father condemned it as heresy? However, the church fathers of the 2nd and 3rd century such as Origin, Clement of Alexandria and Tertuilian accepted the book as Holy Scripture,
1Strongs, James, Hebrew Dictionary of the Old Testament, Madison, NJ, 1890, Hebrew, 7298
2Qumran Cave 4, The book of Enoch, Chapter 58:
5Lamsa, G. M., Op. Oite, p. 587-588
7Westcott B. F, Hort J. A., The New Testament in the Original Greek, 1881, John 3:12
8Laurence Dr. R, Op.Cite Chapter 58:7 344Qumran cave one ,Isaiah second copy