"The future ain't what it used to be."

SPACE-TIME (the filthy rag)

Chrio

Timekeeper
I am in a great hurry so please excuse any typos. It is vital to God that we respect the Covenant of Time that we have with Him. That covenant prohibits us from going back (or forward) in time. But most ordinary men go back in time.

Deuteronomy 29:10-15 You stand this day all of you before the LORD your God; your captains of your tribes, your elders, and your officers, all the men of Israel, Your little ones, your wives, and the stranger in your camp, from the hewer of wood to the drawer of water: `abar beriyth Yehovah 'elohiym 'alah Yehovah 'elohiym karath yown "Honour Covenant Lord God oath Lord God made about day: That he may establish thee to day for a people unto himself, and he may be unto thee a God, as he has said unto thee, and as he has sworn unto thy fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. Neither with you only do I make this covenant and this oath; But with those that stand here with us this day before the LORD God, and also with those who are not here with us this day:


Deuteronomy 29:12 "`abar beriyth Yehovah 'elohiym 'alah Yehovah 'elohiym karath yown" is one of several passages that refer to the ‘Covent of Yowm’, Yowm is a vital word to understand. Yowm means ‘Time’ and ‘Day’ and ‘Yowm’ is one of God’s names. In Genesis 1:5 ‘yowm’ means ‘day’; in Genesis 4:3 it means ‘time’; and where ‘shem’ and ‘yowm’ appear together as ‘shem yowm’ it means ‘my name is Day’. Only one entity says ‘shem yowm’ and that is God. The words appear together in Deuteronomy 10:8 …sharath barak shem yowm. In Genesis 5:2 we see ‘shem Adam’, in Genesis 5:3 we see ‘shem Seth’, in Genesis 19:38 we see ‘shem Benammiy", Nehemiah 9:10 ‘shem yowm’, Psalm 44:8 'elohiym halal yowm yadah shem `owlam selah "God praise you day confess (your) name future exalt: "God be praised daily we confess your exalted name ‘future’.


The word ‘`eth’ also means ‘time’ in the sense of ‘uninterrupted time’ `eth is from ‘`ad’ ‘continuing future’ ‘continuity’ and ‘futurity’. In ‘`ad’ is always the sense of ‘forwardly progressing time’. And ‘`ad’ is from ‘`adah’ which means ‘advance’ ‘continue’ ‘move forward’.

The words ‘`eth Yehovah’ appear together in Deuteronomy 10:8 (and elsewhere) and are mistakenly portrayed as ‘at that time the LORD’ but in fact it means ‘futurity LORD’ ‘forward moving time LORD’ and ‘progressive time LORD’. Deuteronomy 10:8 Futurity Lord (Lord of uninterrupted time) separated the tribe of Levi, to bear the ark of the covenant of the LORD, to stand before the LORD to minister unto him, and to praise His name, Day (shem yowm).

Deuteronomy 29:12 "pass along covenant LORD God made oath, Lord God made day".

I have to leave for a conference in Israel today so I won’t take up anymore of your ‘yowm’. The computer program there doesn’t have English characters so I won’t be talking to you for a while. Oh, but Rainman, I quickly want to mention, in the beginning of the Bible we are given dominion ‘radah’ over the earth (not the universe):

Genesis 1:28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air (in this passage
‘shamayim’ is correctly rendered ‘air’), and over every living thing that moves upon the earth (not universe).

And here, we lose our dominion: Daniel 7:12 As for the rest of the beasts, they had their dominion taken away: yet their lives were prolonged for a season and time.

The word ‘beasts’ is very misleading and does not communicate the intended meaning. The Aramaic word that has been interpreted as ‘beasts’ is ‘cheyva' from ‘chaya' (Aramaic ), both words refer to a category of man who has ‘prolonged life’ in other words, a rebellious people who have extended their life spans beyond the ‘zeman’(‘appointed time’ from ‘zaman’ also ‘appointed time’ ‘allotted time’). So this passage does not refer to a bizarre form of animal, it refers to humans who have tricked nature into prolonging their life spans.

The next famous passage tells us about the ruler of the men (with prolonged life). These men (called ‘cheyva’ in the bible) are under a ruler who is also described as a ‘beast’. This world ruler negates God’s Law of set-time (real-time): Daniel 7:25 And he (the ruler) shall speak words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and decide to change time laws: and they (time laws) shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the spitting (dividing up) of time. "cebar shena' zeman dath yehab `ad `iddan `iddan pelag `iddan" (intend change established-time-law given hand space-time time time half time). The word ‘`ad’ is not refers to both ‘space’ and ‘time’. And `iddan means both ‘space-time’ and ‘filthy rag’. In other words, space-time is ‘a filthy rag’ and no semblance of real-time.

Under the defiant ruler called ‘little horn’ ‘real-time’ as it was established by God, is cut up and replaced with the filthy rag of ‘space time’. The sacred veil that covers time is ripped apart and to reveal ‘space-time’. Another reference to a ‘veil’ over the ‘temple’ is when Jesus died and ‘the veil of the temple was torn in half’ to become the filthy rag of ‘space-time’. But the corrupt ruler doesn’t get away with it:

Daniel 7:26 The judgment shall sit, and they shall take away his dominion, to consume and to destroy [it] unto the end.

Tearing the veil of time in half to reveal the filthy rag of space-time is contrary to God’s Law as we can see from Genesis 8:22 'erets yowm zera` qatsiyr qor chom qayits choreph yowm layil shabath Genesis 8:22 earth days, seed harvest, cold and warmth, summer and winter, day and night observe in order [as the] sabbath.

Chrio
 
Can we plese do somthing about these religous nuts?

Give them there own board or somthing PLEASE!!!!!!!

Don't they have a whole Christain forum where you guys could hang out?
 
Have fun in Israel, Chiro. I hope you don't cross paths with any time-traveling suicide bombers!

Hey......(thinking).....THAT'S IT! Yasser Arafat is really a time traveler who has come back to try to change the fact that Israel keeps kicking his terrorist a$$ to kingdom come! (No offense intended. But once a terrorist, always a terrorist!)

Well, Chiro: I would have less of a problem with your interpretations of the bible if you could prove your point about time travel being forbidden without having to pick-and-choose amongst various books in the bible, with each one having varying levels of coherence. Somehow, I don't think a "real" God would scatter His message all over several different books, written by several different people, with several different levels of depth.

I'm sticking with Genesis 1, for now. It shows the most promise of being verifiable thru science. And as far as I know, since God created the universe, He shouldn't have any "problems" with science.

Kind Regards,
RainmanTime
 
Grrr Israel, grrr.
I won't say anymore lest I be told off again for saying naughty things, but my Palastinian friends are getting really ticked lately.
I hope you have an uneventful trip though really I do.
See you when you get back.
 
Neither the jews or the palestinians in Israel can claim a clear conscience.

I TOTALLY agree with this sentiment. There's plenty of blame to go around. But I do tend to side more with the Israelis (note that not all Israelis are jews!) because of the behavior of Arafat. He has made virutally NO overtures to reign-in the militant factions that perpetrate suicide bombings. And he even refuses to distance himself from them, in addition to not being willing to cede his power of control over Palestinian police forces to bring such killers to justice. He also shows lacks of political prowess in that he does not understand the fine art of compromise. He had a chance back at Oslo to get a better deal than had ever been offered to him. His reaction was, essentially, like a little child who, if it wasn't going to go EXACTLY his way, he was not going to play.

First and foremost, the Palestinian people need a REAL leader. One who is willing to enforce the rule of law for protecting ALL people in the territories that are under his police control. Once they have such a leader, he needs to take very overt actions to crack down on the militants. This shows a real motivation to achieve peace, as well as demonstrating the sanctity of human life. If the Palestinians do not find such a leader, and soon, I feel their last, best effort of emerging from oppression may be slipping away. It is NOT a popular time in the history of the world to be associated with terrorism... (as if it ever was!) /ttiforum/images/graemlins/smile.gif

Just my thoughts. Kind Regards,
RainmanTime
 
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