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Introducing Yeshuwa As El Most High -
This event is alluded to in Luke 10:18 where Yeshuwa replayed in His mind the pre-
The author of the Epistle of Jude clearly belonged to the Pauline school which viewed the Book of Enoch as θεόπνευστος or inspired by the monotheistic THEOS/God. Jude 6 interpreted the “sons of THEOS” as fallen angels, because he is indebted to this book, yet quite conveniently failed to mention Noach’s flood. Inspired by Yahbeth it most definitely was not.
The apostle Paul was also thinking of this prince of Mastema when he mentioned Belial in 2 Corinthians 6:15 and “the prince of the power of the air” in Ephesians 2:2 and in many instances where he names Satan or the devil in his epistles. Yeshuwa was much maligned by those who promoted monotheism. He still is, just as Yahuw’ah is spurned by the religious.
For prince the Greek noun άρχων, άρχοντος, ό is used. It also means “chief, ruler” and more widely, the “authorities”. “The ruler of the authority of the air, of the spirit now operating in the sons of disobedience” is another way of saying “the prince Mastema”. Paul typically refused to call a spade a spade.
Quite early in His ministry Yeshuwa Himself was accused by the Pharisees of “casting out demons by the ruler/prince of demons” (Matthew 9:34). Luke 11:15 does not mention Pharisees, indicating a soft spot for them, and just has “some said.”
Later, according to Matthew, the Pharisees alleged that “it was only by Be’elzebul (Ba’alzebub), the prince of demons, that He casts out demons” (12:24). Knowing how they were judging Him, He played along with them, logically refuting their assertion. Nonetheless the association is there. If He claimed to perform the miracles in Mitsrayim (Egypt), then He was most likely the prince Mastema in their eyes.
If one is to read the Book of Jubilees and the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs and then compare them to the Five Books of Mosheh, then this Angel of Yahuw’ah was clearly the object of character assassination.
So too were the Niphla'iym 5), falsely called Nephiliym in Genesis 6:1-
Essentially what the Hebrew scribes did was remove the letter aleph from nun-
Similar to the way the Pharisees, Sadducees, chief priests and rulers of the people behaved towards Yeshuwa, the Chanowk scribe turned a righteous people into an immoral one, declaring them to be guilty of the most violent and heinous sexual crimes which brought on the Flood. They were none of the kind. Both Yeshuwa and the Niphla’iym were lumped together as evil.
Observe how his 364-
When Yeshuwa revealed Himself in John 8 as the El Elyown whom Abram worshipped, He brought out all the venom and hatred built up in the hearts and minds of His enemies. So immersed were they in the Book of Enoch, that they planned to destroy Him at the earliest convenience. How dare one question their monotheism!
The Niphla’iym were not destroyed by the Flood nor during the Conquest of Canaan. Each time they withdrew to a safe planet via IRV, since they comprised El Shadday’s special construction crews. He looks after His own.
5. Niphla’iym is the Niphal participle of pala’. See Brown, Driver and Briggs, ibid. p. 810. It is connected to the noun pele’, meaning “wonder”. Elyown is also called Pele’. That says a lot in itself.
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