1. Why John the Baptist and Judas Iscariot Are the Two Witnesses
     I’ll begin by writing how I know who the two witnesses are. First, I know every person who has existed, exists, and will exist was damned to eternal torment before they were even born. Without any chance of escape. I knew it when I began studying the bible. So recognizing things like ‘Enoch lived for 365 years’ was actually related to the 365 days of a calendar year was not difficult. It’s astonishing how many things point to these two having been the two witnesses. The gospel story was originally a completely symbolic prophecy of the future, particularly the end of the world and the time leading up to it. It seems likely the writings were passed on or found later and thought to have been actual events.  

But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put My law in their minds, and write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.  No more shall every man teach his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying, ‘Know the Lord,’ for they all shall know Me, from the least of them to the greatest of them, says the Lord. For I will forgive their iniquity, and their sin I will remember no more.” And they all answered, “ Just a minute let me get my pen so I can write this down. I know some people who could really use this. 

     What are the similarities between these two and the two witnesses? The bible says the two witnesses will prophecy dressed in sackcloth for 1,260 days. John was dressed in camel’s hair and a leather belt and ate wild locusts and honey. And Judas stole from the moneybox of a very poor group. Both descriptions seem to be a good description of two people clothed in sackcloth and ashes. As far as prophesying, John did so in the wilderness. And although not much was mentioned of judas’ prophesying, the same could be said of him. The bible also says of the two witnesses the beast will kill them and they will lay dead in the street for three and a half days, after which time they will rise again. When john was beheaded, john (the author) rose in his place. When judas was led to his death, simon peter rose in his place. It’s not difficult to say he was led to his death, because it could easily be said of jesus he committed suicide. I know it’s far from ironic that ‘judas’ is the greek translation of ‘judah’, jesus’ tribe.  

     Now is a good time to discuss exactly who the two witnesses are. They are the two, according to the bible, who convey god’s messages to the people: the writer and the prophet. From studying the OT it’s clear the author(s) felt the written word of god was the only way god communicated with the people. But there must have been those who disagreed, because the prophet became a major figure in the OT. 

     If you know the bible, you know the basic doctrine is people were separated from a perfect relationship with god by the sins of the first people: adam and eve. And although god’s light was distorted by people’s err, it still shone through. As you read, you may not understand all of my puns, but their significance in aiding you to grasp reality is real. So throughout history, ‘god’s witnesses’ have been sent to convey his messages. I call those messages the written word (bible) and the spoken word (bable). The babel actually descended from the able: b + abel. And the fable from the bable.  

     As I mentioned, the original NT story was completely symbolic. Much of the evidence for that statement can be found in similarities between words and stories throughout the bible. Who are the original figures most closely related to the written and spoken word of god? Many would claim it was moses and elijah, but there was also someone else: Aaron. Aaron was a manifestation of the writer’s opinion of the prophet. The author(s) felt people had been cut off from ‘the spoken word of god’ and the bible was the only line of communication to god. Aaron was the prophet. He was able to speak well, but that was it. He was the backsider who always went astray. He helped the children of isreal build the golden bull, the bumbling fool who could only speak the divinely inspired words of the bible. He was the airin of babble and the errin of babble. But they just called him aaron. So why did moses need him? Moses was slow of speech and tongue (he was a book). They were brothers: the torah of bible and tower of bable.  
     One of the two witnesses had power to stop rain, while the other had power to unleash plagues. As you may know, Elijah (in the bible) stopped rain for 3 ½ years, but only in a certain region. And aaron and moses unleashed plagues on Egypt. The bible also says aaron was 83 years old and moses 80 when they went before pharoah. Although it doesn’t implicitly state the age difference was 3 ½  years, that’s what it was. The 3 ½ years of elijah and (moses and aaron) is directly related to the 1260 days the two witnesses prophesy plus the 3 ½ years after they rise again.  
360 days x 3.5 years is 1,260 days;     5.25 days * 24 hours = 126.0 hours
     Now I’ll discuss how john (the baptist) and john (the author) are related to moses and each other. And how judas iscariot and simon peter are related to elijah and each other. John the Baptist was from the tribe of Levi, and preached in the wilderness. Moses was also from the tribe of levi, and gave the 10 commandments (and other laws) to the children of isreal in the wilderness.  
How long were the children of israel in bondage? Four hundred years. How long did they wander in the wilderness? Forty years. Twenty listening to moses’ laws and twenty trying to find their way back to egypt so they could ask for their old job back.  
 “Honor your father and mother,” which is the first commandment with promise. Yeah, I hope you have better luck with this one too. 
John the author (same first name as John the Baptist) is attributed with writing several books of the NT, although there are five NT books attributed to someone named John: the gospel of John, John I, John II, John III and revelation. Moses is attributed with writing the 1st five books of the OT, also called the torah.  

     The name ‘iscariot’ was derived from the name ‘issachar’ and the word ‘chariot’. As in Elijah’s chariot. Here is the supposed prophecy given by Jacob about issachar in Genesis 49: ‘Issachar [is] a strong ass couching down between two burdens: And he saw that rest [was] good, and the land that [it was] pleasant; and bowed his shoulder to bear, and became a servant unto tribute.’ Judas iscariot has a lot in common with both peter and other NT characters. One of the first things someone might think when reading this article is, ‘There’s no way judas could have been a symbol of good. The bible says Satan entered him. This paragraph includes similarities between judas and peter, and one of those similarities is this: The bible states, ‘satan entered judas’, and Jesus himself called peter satan. The verse meant satan entered his heart, and according to the bible satan has at least once entered every heart. Except the heart of Jesus. Hebrews 4:15 “For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.’  

     I do think at some point those who wrote the NT (as we know it today) believed they were actual events, and may have portrayed judas as an enemy of the gospel. Peter betrayed Jesus 3 times, judas betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver, and Judas questioned why the ointment worth 300 denarii used to anoint Jesus feet wasn’t given to the poor. The 3, 30 and 300 must have been inserted in the story consciously. Peter wept bitterly after betraying Jesus, as did judas.  
Zechariah 11:12-13 ‘And I said unto them, If ye think good, give [me] my price; and if not, forbear. So they weighed for my price thirty [pieces] of silver. And the LORD said unto me, Cast it unto the potter: a goodly price that I was prised at of them. And I took the thirty [pieces] of silver, and cast them to the potter in the house of the LORD.’  
In those verses, the throwing of the 30 pieces was one of good, commanded by ‘the lord’. As was judas’ act of throwing the thirty pieces, originally. As with the witnesses conveying ‘god’s’ written message to the people, the prophets conveying the spoken message also have a name in common. Judas was called ‘son of simon’ on more than one occasion, and peter was called Simon. So the original author(s) created the common names consciously.  

What did the demon say to jesus when he asked him his name?    (a) Legend, for we are many (b) Lesion, for we are many 

     Now I’ll discuss further similarities in names, words and stories throughout the bible. I’ll begin with the ‘dove’ and it’s significance throughout the bible. I’ve discovered three significant appearances of the dove in the NT, although one isn’t as easy to identify. According to the bible, jesus talks about the ‘sign of jonah’. While judas ‘son of simon’ and simon peter have a name which sounds very similar to simeon, John the Baptist and John the author have names very similar to jonah.  
Jonah: יונה /yonah/ “dove” 
This is my own version of the sign of the dove. The 1st mention of the dove in the NT was at the baptism of Jesus, and was meant to be ‘associated’ with John in the original story. The 2nd was in the synagogue and was associated with Jesus, who (in the story) whipped the merchants for making his father’s house a ‘den of thieves’. The 3rd, associated with judas, was when he threw the 30 pieces of silver. The merchants had surely set up their tables again and were selling, among other things, doves.  

     The three doves of the NT are directly related to jonah, the three doves of the Noah’s ark story, the three sons of isreal (simeon, levi and Judah), and the three sons of adam and eve (cain, abel and set). I’ll begin by discussing their relationship to simeon, levi and judah.  
“Simeon or Shimon is a name that comes from the Hebrew שִׁמְעוֹן (in the Biblical Hebrew it is written Šim’on and in the Hebrew Tiberiano Šim’ôn ). In ancient Greek, Συμεών is transcribed, which was latinized as Symeon.” https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simeón 
The name of Jacob’s 2nd son is the hebrew version of the greek name ‘simon’. Thus the relationship to judas ‘sonl of simon’ iscariot and simon peter. Also, the meaning of the name is related to speech and/or hearing. Also, as elisha picked up Elijah’s mantle (cloak), Peter looked in and saw Jesus linens laying in the tomb. A further connection between Elijah, judas iscariot and peter.  The original pronunciation of simeon (/shim’on/) is quite similar to Noah’s son, shem.  
שֵׁם      /shem/ “name” 
Levi, as you may know, is according to common belief an ancestor of moses, a figure closely related to the beginnings of the written word.  

     According to the story, noah sent four birds out after the flood. The raven, and 3 doves (or a dove 3 times). I already covered the relationship between the dove, jonah, john the baptist, judas iscariot, the author john and simon peter. The relationship between the four birds believed to have been sent from noah’s ark after the flood is also partly in their order. A raven, then three doves. Jacob’s 1st four sons, in order, were reuben, simeon, levi and judah. But not much is mentioned of the name reuben in the NT. Here’s what is written about reuben in genesis 49:3-4 Reuben, thou [art] my firstborn, my might, and the beginning of my strength, the excellency of dignity, and the excellency of power: Unstable as water, thou shalt not excel; because thou wentest up to thy father’s bed; then defiledst thou [it]: he went up to my couch.  
It seems to me someone looked at the above verses and thought they saw some things. One, his tribe was a curse because he was cursed by Jacob. Two, he was somehow related to water. Some versions use the word ‘flood’, you can view several translations here:    https://biblehub.com/genesis/49-4.htm 
But you are as unruly as a flood, and you will be first no longer. For you went to bed with my wife; you defiled my marriage couch. “New Living Translation” 
They believed as the flood was a beginning brought on by a pouring down of water, reuben’s tribe symbolized an end brought on by a rain of fire. What is now called the apocalypse. Remember I stated the similarity between the order of the four birds and Jacob’s 1st four sons? Rueben was the 1st son and the raven the 1st bird.  
reuben | raven 
I know the bible well, and these uncanny similarities are far from scarce: 
abel | babel     accad | accademia     cain | cuneiform     cain | noak     eden | nod      
Genesis 4:16 And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden. 
cherubim | share-a-beam     devil | lived     air | err     paradise | pair-a-dice 
The story is, partly, a result of the life of the desert dweller. At first, god was the light. Actually meant to signify the pure light of god, but distorted by air. But the desert dwellers soon felt betrayed by the hot desert sun, and so put their hope in the son missed.  
הֶבֶל‎ /hebel/ “mist, vapor” 
There are several common meanings given to the name abel, many of which are related to water. Abel was the mist trapped inside by the devil (the sun), who caused eve to create the 1st air. Adam was formed from the dust of the ground, but fell right after eve. Cain, the son light, slew abel, the son mist. When adam fell he felt like dirt, but there was really a lot more to him than that. He was earth. Adam (earth) and eve (air) were given the son set to replace the son mist.  

     A lot of the NT was taken from Genesis 49. It seems at some point a person(s) believed the future would unfold according to the order of the prophecies in that chapter, except in the reverse order. Here is a verse about the next two ‘sons’: 
Genesis 49:5 Simeon and Levi [are] brethren; instruments of cruelty [are in] their habitations. 
Notice how they’re grouped together as brethren? This  is how the story of the two witnesses of revelation as most know them came to be. But they began with, for one, the bible’s author(s) identification of the sun light as good. The author(s) felt the people had been separated from hearing god’s voice, and the divinely inspired words of the bible were all they had and needed. But more than likely people felt they could still hear his voice, and a compromise was made. They were given the son seth. Thus saith the lord replaced the tower of bable. Aaron, the author(s) original idea of who the prophet was and should be.  

     I do know some of the bible’s timeline is off. When cain, the son light, slew abel, the son mist, the son mist fell. He mixed with lot’s pillar of salt, and that’s why we have salt water today. Lot got away though, and that is the salt of the earth. In part II I’ll discuss more about the two witnesses. And Jesus, his tribe, and their parts in the story. Among other things.  
2. The Return of the Son Mist 
     In this article, I’ll discuss why jesus never existed. Furthermore, all of the NT characters were completely symbolic. As with everything I do, I want to present what I know in as short a time as possible. I don’t have time to stop and discuss why right now, but I have another article in which I’ve written a partial explanation. I know the bible far, far better than most think, but the bible is a huge book. If you’re interested in challenging me regarding that statement, my contact information can be found at the end of this article. I may not convince you in 10 seconds jesus never existed and no person ever has or will escape eternal torment. But I’m more than confident what I present is far beyond anything you imagined could be presented. And that’s in the 1st ten seconds. 

Why did everyone want to kill jesus?            He said he was god, and one thing people can't tolerate is blasphemy. . .  And identity theft.

The only devil is the reflection you and every person see when they view their own reflection. The fallen angels the mere thought of brings feelings of fear and horror. The thought of a being who has been found unable to repent. A lot can be revealed through word analysis:  
devil | lived 

There is no forgiveness of sins without the shedding of blood. . . All I have to say is no wonder so many people are going to heaven. Changed from “blood” to “innocent blood” because they thought there might be better luck if the other person was less anxious to fight back.

     I realize the OT has been searched for answers about life, death and everything in between. For as long as it has been available to view. Including the search for answers concerning the future, which is what the gospel story is a result of. There is much evidence in genesis 38 and 49 the gospel story was in fact meant to be a prophecy about the future. Specifically the end of the world and events leading up to it. It’s creator(s) had nothing to do with the writing of matthew, mark, luke, john and so on. In fact, all letters written by paul and about half the other new testament books were written before the gospels. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Authorship_of_the_Bible 

Why did they crucify jesus? He was a liar; He said he was the king of the jews, and everyone knows that’s gold.

     For people to have believed the story, there must have been some confusion. And it seems a very high probability the author(s) of the NT found or inherited papers but the details were never actually discussed. The original overall meaning of the ‘prophecy’ was, when the last generation of god’s elect’ existed, it would trigger the tribulation and then apocalypse. It would also of course be the last generation of those who would perish. Of course it is just a tale. The two witnesses weren’t new per se, they would be the same two witnesses that have existed since people were supposedly separated from god by sin. The writer and the prophet. The writer and the prophet are those who, according to doctrine, god used and uses to share his messages with the people. By either writing it or speaking it.  

     There is clear evidence some of the original doctrine has changed. Originally, there were no prophets. Adam, eve, cain and abel weren’t even people. The confusion surrounding the OT requires more time and space than I have here, but you can read the genealogy of the atom mint’ for a clearer understanding. I’ll present it upon request. All or most of the names of the NT characters were chosen specifically to add a new branch or limb to the story. In other words, the OT names from which they were taken were also symbolic, although those who studied it didn’t realize it. Although the two witnesses are the writer and the prophet, who were chosen to record and speak ‘god’s word, they have changed throughout history. When one died, another would rise in his or her place.  

Why did the bible have periods without new writings?     (a) this year's grape harvest not done fermenting,    (b) bad grape harvest that year,       (c) writers passed out

     As with the NT, old writings were mistranslated, and were likely some sort of historical documents left to pass on to future generations. The genealogies were originally some sort of time chart which was constructed to be read as many different ways as possible. Which has made my job of presenting solid evidence much easier. The garden stories seem to at first have been a theory of how the earth came to be, with some of the dust, mist and light changing into dirt, fire and water. It’s not a theory, every character has the exact characteristic of one of the ‘4 elements’. But because those who continue to believe they are loved by a creator must see what is not, lifeless matter has a tendency to walk, talk and more. There is definitely a belief or theory intertwined in the story that the fall of dirt, err, fire and water from mist, light and so on was a fall from purity. The idea that was that all flesh is evil, and people must be returned to ash and mist to be free from sin. Lucifer and the fallen angels are the sun (partly), while the serpent was the fire that was trapped at the core of the earth during creation. Although it may have taken some time for the story to include a spherical earth.  

     So it seems when the dust and imagination were tricked by the light that had rebelled, they became temporarily trapped under the power of the fire(d) light. Adam was the adamant, he loved it in the garden, and after his fall he just felt like dirt. Eve was the firmament. She hated the err and would have never left eden (the imagination). But lucifer was the sentiment. He was supposed to watch over them and used that to power to cause their fall.  

     My reason for providing the brief summation you just read was to  to clearly explain how the two witnesses of the NT came to be. Cain was the son light, abel the son mist. Much of the story is a result of the life of the desert dweller. And their contribution of much pain and death to the sun. ‘And god made the greater light to rule the day’. People felt overwhelmed by the sight of the sun, but the death and pain they contributed to it brought them to the belief he was a much more CUNNING foe than they first realized. And why the story seems to have made a distinction between light and  fire.  

     With all of the ‘elements’, they were tainted or ‘fallen’ in their more solid form. Actually, adam and eden were the dust and the imagination, but fell to dirt and air. Symbols of evil. Atom because he destroyed the false theory and eve because she threatened bringing the paradise they had created in their imaginations crashing down. When adam and eden were sent from the garden, after the story was mistranslated, cain was the light. I mean he was once god, although unbeknownst to the interpreter of the story. Cain and abel still had not fallen. Evidence of that can be seen after cain slew abel and was sent from the lord’s presence. But he wasn’t sent by any god, he was sent by those who were creating stories based on personal feelings. Cain was god, the light. But the character that was created caused inner conflicts because the interpreter didn’t want to be associated with murderers. Although it’s impossible for anyone whose beliefs are based on faith in a loving god to not be a murderer. So the son light was god, but due to the air created by eve seemed distorted.  
     The  sunlight’s position of honor was given to him by the author. Not the author of the story about lifeless matter, the one who planted a garden there. Originally there was no prophet. Cain was god, the light. And abel was his son. Abel means ‘mist, vapor’,  and that’s exactly what he was. He was the tree of life, or at least part of it, and symbolized what a person(s) believed was the element that would restore earth to a paradise. When son light (‘god’s’ way of conveying messages to the writer) slew son mist, it was also the end of hearing god’s voice. But god (the author) had his reasons. Mainly, he was still able to pass on god’s messages through writing, and felt that would be all anyone ever needed. But apparently god (the others) wanted to hear from god through speech, or just went on hearing despite doctrine. Whatever it was, the prophet came to be a part of the basic doctrine. The torah of bibel was the written word, the tower of bable the spoken (according to the author). But the written word (bible), was just the spoken word (bable) transferred on to paper.  
     After son light slew son mist, he became the son missed. So after the son light slew the son mist, he gave them the son set to replace him. It’s written in the bible aaron was able to speak well, but moses was slow of speech and tongue. That has more than one meaning, One meaning was the person who wrote moses was resentful towards those who took moses for granted because he couldn’t talk. Whenever he had his cane he spoke. And it was the word of the lord. His brother aaron spoke well without a cane. He spoke the language well and his legs worked fine. Branches actually. One leg was the airin’ of bable and one was the errin’ of bable. It’s obvious aaron’s character is the result of god (the author) feeling resentment towards god (the others) for feeling the necessity to receive god’s message by hearing. And also because he simply felt moses was divine. Nevertheless, the tower of bable became (thus) seth the lord.  
‘And the Lord God planted a garden eastward in eden’. . .‘the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil’.
What is the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? Knowledge and a conscience: and two things the bible’s author said didn’t grow in his area.
     In revelation it’s written the two witnesses would be clothed in sackcloth and ashes, prophesy for 1,260 days, then be killed. Here are some things about the number 1260, some of which may or may not be significant.  
a.   1260  ➡   6,6,6,0;     b.    there would be 1260 days in 3 ½ years if the earth rotated in a perfect circle and there were 360 days per year;     c.     there are 126.0 hours in 5.25 days, very close to hours required to bring the hours in a 360 day year to time in an actual year. No one knows exactly, but the closest estimate is something like 5.2422 days.  
     The first half of the two witnesses were john the baptist and judas iscariot.  John was clothed in camel’s hair, girded with a leather belt, and ate wild locusts and honey. He was clothed in sackcloth and ashes’. Of course he, as most or all NT characters, were symbolic of future persons. Except those who claimed to write and speak ‘gods word’.  

     Judas kept and stole from the moneybox of a very poor group. John was from the tribe of levi, and judas was called ‘son of simon’. If someone were to choose two figures that symbolized the writer and prophet, who might they choose? Two very fitting people would be moses and elijah. Moses was actually the first written word’, also known as the torah of bible.  

     When the piece of dirt (adam) and stupid err (eve) that started it all were sent from gods’ presence, people no longer walked and talked with god. But somehow some light and mist was trapped inside the firmament and people were able to receive messages.  

     In revelation, it’s also written the two witnesses would have power to stop the rain and unleash plagues. In II kings, elijah apparently prayed and it didn’t rain for 3 ½ years. Moses and aaron unleashed 10 plagues on egypt, and their ages when they went before pharoah are given as 80 and 83. The ½ year isn’t specifically written, but that’s what the numbers are related to. Moses was the symbol of the first written word, elijah the spoken.  

     John was from the tribe of levi and preached in the wilderness, showing a clear connection between he and moses. The name ‘iscariot’  was derived from the word ‘chariot’ and name ’issachar‘. That’s significant for two reasons. First, according to the story, elijah was taken in a chariot of fire.  
chariot | is cariot 
Second, a specific prophesy was given about issachar in genesis 49: 14 Issachar [is] a strong ass couching down between two burdens: 15 And he saw that rest [was] good, and the land that [it was] pleasant; and bowed his shoulder to bear, and became a servant unto tribute. More symbolism related to elijah, specifically horses. The two burdens were the desire to prophecy and the knowledge there be no more need for a prophet.  

     The 1,260 days the witnesses give their testimony is equal to 3 ½ years, if there were 360 days per year. Then, according to revelation, they are killed. After this point it’s clear the authors deviated from the original storyline. Simon peter and john (the author of revelation) are the two witnesses risen, but originally judas and john probably would have been the last two witnesses to exist. While Moses is attributed with writing the first five books of the bible, there are five NT books closely tied to someone named john (the gospel of john, john 1,2 and 3, and revelation).  

     Jesus was from the tribe of judah, and symbolized the last generation of those chosen by god or those who chose to follow god (whether you prefer one or both). Here is in part, the prophecy given concerning judah in chapter 49 of genesis: 10 The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him [shall] the gathering of the people [be]. The story of judah and tamar can be found in chapter 38. The overall plot of the story is judah was going to die without offspring. Tamar disguised herself as a prostitute and waited for judah to pass by. When he did he informed her he had no money, but gave her his scepter (along with other valuables) to hold until he paid her. When he discovered it was her (and that she was pregnant by him), he praised her for carrying on his bloodline. To someone, the bible passages were prophetic of what would trigger the end of the world. Which was the last generation of elect (and all people) who would exist.  

     The NT characters also follow a definite pattern which was taken from the names of the children of isreal 
by birth: reuben, simeon, levi, judah, dan, naphtali, gad, asher issachar, zebulun, joseph, benjamin                     
by prophecy: reuben, simeon, levi, judah, zebulun, issachar, dan, gad, asher, naphtali, joseph, benjamin 
The names of the main NT characters were clearly taken from the sons of isreal. Judas “son of simon and simon peter came from the name simeon. John the baptist and the 2nd John are taken from the tribe of levi. James and John zebedee were called ‘the sons of thunder’ 
zebedee | zebulun 
     I’ll conclude with this: The people wanted to return to paradise, and hoped for the return of the son mist. According to scripture, jesus died and rose again on the 3rd day. This was true, if you count each 12 hour period as a day. The garden story was based partly on a theory that was possible because of life in the desert. That it was a specific element (mist, water) missing that would restore them to paradise. They were hoping for the return of the son mist, but all they got was another son set. The light (jesus) died in the evening (day 1) and rose again the next morning (day 3).  In part 2 I’ll discuss in detail, among other things, more supporting evidence I have concerning what I’ve written.  
Eddie Conley 
3. The Genealogy of the Atom Mint; pt I

     In this article are some of the results of my own personal research. My goal is to prove the names and ages in the genealogies of genesis are not that at all. You may think you’ve heard it all before, but this article alone far exceeds anything you’ve read on the subject. If you believe differently, my contact information is listed at the end of this article. I’m always searching for intelligent analysis of the subjects I study. My purpose is to prove all faith in god is a lie. That everyone who has existed, exists, or will exist is damned. That jesus never even existed, and there was never any chance of ‘paradise’ for anyone. Below is the complete genealogy found in genesis, adam through jacob. The 1st two columns of jacob’s row are blank. In the bible, no age at the time of a son’s birth is given for him. Jacob’s is the first name that doesn’t give an age at the time of a son’s birth, therefore ending the pattern. The only other name and age given in genesis from the lineage of adam after jacob is joseph. According to the story (last chapter of genesis), jacob died at 147. Embalming him took 40 days, then egypt mourned for him 70 days. It also says joseph lived for 110 years, and that he was jacob’s 11th son. 
40 + 70 = 110 days     110 years    son# 11.0

This list is in exactly the same order as in the bible:
                                        2106                                                                      9820                             12073

     Below the chart are three numbers. Each is the sum of the column above it. When added together,
they equal 23,999. The sum total of every number listed. And just one short of 24,000. If each numberrepresented an hour (and they do), their sum would be 1 hour short of 1,000 days. So instead of methuselah having lived to 969 years, the sum total of all their ages is 1,000 days. And this example of horrible mathematical skills doesn’t come close to how far people missed their own eternal destiny. The chart is also divided into three groups (blue, yellow, green) of seven rows each.
This is the 1st group:
     If you don’t know, the sum of the 1st two numbers in a row is always equal to the number in the 3rd row. So in the group above, the 1st two columns and the 3rd column are each 1 hour short of 245 days and 1 hour short of 35 weeks.
This is the 2nd group:
The 1st two columns and the 3rd column in the table directly above are each 1 hour short of 193 days.

This is the 3rd group:
     Directly above is the last group of seven rows (excluding jacob). The sum of each of the four groups is the amount of hours in 29.5 days. Also very close to the estimated average time from new moon to new moon; 29.530588 days. (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_moon)
This is the 2nd and 3rd group combined:
     Unlike the 1st group, when the days of each of the last two groups are divided by seven individually,
the result isn’t a whole number of weeks, or very close to it. But the result when they are combined can be seen above. Columns 1 and 2 combined and column 3 are each 1 hour short of thirty-six weeks.

     The results above are some of my latest and last findings. So how did I get to this point?  I don’t just
know well the genealogies of genesis, I know the entire bible. And all religion, which is basically the
same. Although as far back as I can remember I believed jesus was the son of god, when I began
studying the bible I knew it wasn’t a holy book. I also knew I was damned without hope of escape. The 1st thing from the genealogies that triggered questions was probably the age of death listed for enoch (also days in a year), combined with other things throughout the bible. I eventually began adding the numbers, and I will list many of those results in part II. But I’ll end part I with a few of them.
Keep in mind, at least some of the numbers represent more than hours. A person(s) wanted this chartto make sense as many ways as possible. A mathematical ‘magic trick’. For example, cainin. According to the bible he lived 70 years, then 840 more, for a total of 910. There are exactly 7.0 days in a week, 84.0 days in 12 weeks, and 91.0 days in 13 weeks. Here are others:
1. Isaac: 60, 120, 180 (each number is 60 apart, and there are 180 degrees in ½ of a circle)   
2. Enoch: 65, 300, 365 (there are about 365 days in a year) 
3. Jared: 162,800,962 (the time required for the moon to revolve once around the earth is
about 27.3 days by our closest estimate. Their closest estimate was probably 27 (27*6=162).

*What’s the difference between the moon’s synodic cycle (29.5 days) and sidereal cycle (27.3 days)?
The sidereal cycle is the time it takes the moon to complete one revolution around the earth, in relation to distant stars. In other words, a ‘map’ of the stars is used and the moon’s position
is recorded. From this method, it was determined it takes about 27.3 days for the moon to complete one revolution around the earth. The synodic cycle (29.5 days) is simply the average time for the
moon to go from new moon to new moon (when it’s darkest). A much easier number to find than the sidereal month, and why it’s found in the genealogies so much more often.
Eddie Conley

4. Why Angels and Demons Don’t Exist

     There are many reasons why angels and demons don’t exist. Devils actually exist, in a way. They are you, me and everyone. A reflection of people’s denial concerning their own inability to be forgiven, loved and so on. By a god no one knows or can know.  

     After giving some thought to the idea of angels, I realize how ridiculous it is. First, if the all-powerful god that exists in people’s heads were real, he wouldn’t need help from any beings he created. The people that first came to believe angels existed must have been subconsciously thinking something like, ‘He’s decided to bring on some help, because he’s having a little trouble keeping us safe’. Second, if he did create beings designed to protect and watch over people, it’d be nice to think he could have made them able to do their jobs.  

     Now I’ll give you some background of where the angels and devils originated, besides what I mentioned above. If you’ve seen some of my illustrations, you may know much of the early myths came from the environment of the desert dwellers and the dissention between some whether the spoken word of ‘god’ was a legitimate source of ‘gods’ messages. There is the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. When people apparently tried to have sex with angels.  

sodom | southdom       nod | northdom       gomorrah | gamma ray   

     The problem with the similarities between words in the bible isn’t that a few are similar. It’s that most or all of them are.  

angels | angles       cherubim | share-a-beam       faces | phases       tower of babel | torah of bible
     The desert dwellers came to believe the moonlight was their guardian angels. The cool night air a haven from the hot, dry desert. Fire was the devil, the sun the roaring lion seeking who he could devour. The flaming sword that blocked the way of the tree of life. 

     In the bible (the written word), ‘good’ is compared to light and ‘evil’ darkness. The author felt god was the light, but people were separated from him by sin. And that the ‘written word’ was the only line of communication with god. Moses was not a person, he was the written word. Or at least some of it. Thus the only way people received god’s word in the torah was through the written word. I’ve seen in the underlying story the people not only began to distrust the light, but also sought a new savior. They found it in the sun mist. The son mist that was the key to restoring their land to a paradise. And to a perfect relationship with their god. But he had willingly sacrificed his life to the will of his father the light, and they had to wait for his return. While they waited they looked to the son set for rest from the devil.

     There is intertwined in the stories the idea the flesh (and all solid matter) is evil. Although fire was the ringleader that had fallen first and then led the mist, dust and air to follow. Some of the light rebelled and were fire(d).  When adam fell, he felt like dirt. But there was really a lot more to him than that (earth; all ‘solid’ matter).  
אדם (hebrew) /a dome/ “adam”     אדמה (hebrew) /adamah/ “earth, soil” 
Adam was the adamant. He loved it in the garden and would have never left. Eve was the firmament, she felt the same way. But lucifer was the sentiment. He was supposed to watch over them, but tricked them. Probably by spinning them too fast. When eve fell things began to change. 
the 1st air: wind; eve-olution; change
the 1st err: the breath of life
     They soon realized the sun light was not to blame, it was just distorted when it passed through the err. That the true culprit was the sun and the cunning serpent; fire. So god ‘the author’ and god the ‘others’ came to a compromise. The light was god, the mist the son of god. Because they had to die to be restored to a right relationship with god and all flesh was evil. The flesh (solid matter; earth, air, fire and water) had to be destroyed for the spirit to be returned to god.
the characters before the fall 
       the dust                                     the mist                                      the air; wind, god                               the light        
the falling angels

                                          oceans, seas, vapors            the breath of life               the serpent, the sun 
     When the adam (dust) fell he mixed with the mist and became /a dome/. After leaving the presence of the lord he was dirt. Eve created the first err (the breath of life) after the serpent confused her.           
     Some of the mist and light was trapped inside, but the mist (the tree of life) was slain by the light. So what became of the serpent? He was cursed to crawl on his belly and eat dust, all the days of his life. 
     He did have to fight off the lies of the devil, but was able with god (the light) leading the way. 
     What was eve’s real mistake? The same one most of you made. Everything fell from something lighter. Dust to dirt, mist to water, light to fire. So the only thing eve could have fallen from that I could think of was the imagination, to air/err (the breath of life). But no matter what, reality is different than most of you think it is. And you can’t live in the imagination forever.

Eddie Conley
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