The Truth Removed
Although the Holy Bible is the main reference source for this rendering, many lost books of the Bible were invaluable sources of information. So before we delve deeply into the truth, I am compelled to address the subject of what is in the Holy Bible, and what was removed from the Holy Bible.
Originally there were some 600 books of the Holy Bible. The priests and governing bodies decided what books should and should not be included in the bible. So from the original 600 books, that number was chopped down to the 80 books that were in the original King James Bible and can be found in Catholic bibles. Those 80 books were whittled down to only the 66 books of the Holy Bible that exist today. A few of the removed books can be found online, while others are forever lost.
The main reason that we do not read the Holy Bible is because it is difficult to understand. Aside from the primitive language uses of thus, thee, begot, and thou; many of the verses leave you wondering. This is by no means an accident, it was all a wicked
master plan so that we would not know and understand the truth. Many of the verses in the Holy Scriptures were edited down or completely remove, thus making the understanding of the Holy Word difficult or left up to assumption. If we can only see half of the puzzle, it is frustrating and annoying so that is why we toss our bibles aside. Although nothing was to be added or taken away, some verses were most definitely tampered with, and in some cases complete paragraphs were removed from the Holy Bible. The following examples prove this point:
Example I: God was reprimanding Cain after his offering was rejected
The Bible states:
“If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? And if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door. And unto thee shall be his desire, and thou shalt rule over him.” Genesis 4:7
Who was the Scripture referring to when it said “his” desire?
The complete text:
“If thou doest well, thou shalt be accepted. And if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door, and Satan desireth to have thee. And except thou shalt hearken unto My commandments, I will deliver thee up, and it shall be unto thee according to his desire. And thou shalt rule over him for from this time forth thou shalt be the father of his lies.
Thou shalt be called Perdition for thou wast also before the world. And it shall be said in time to come that these abominations were had from Cain for he rejected the greater counsel which was had from Yahweh; and this is a cursing which I will put upon thee, except thou repent.” Moses 5:23-27
From the complete text, we know that it was Satan’s desire being referred to in the Scripture of Genesis 4:7.
Example II: Yahweh was cursing Cain because he killed Abel
The Bible states:
“When you till the ground it shall no longer yield its strength to you. A fugitive and a vagabond you shall be on the earth.” And Cain said to the Lord, “My punishment is greater than I can bear.” Genesis 4:12-13
A crucial sentence omitted from this verse.
The complete text:
When thou tillest the ground it shall not henceforth yield unto thee her strength. A fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be in the earth. And Cain said unto the Lord, “Satan tempted me because of my brother’s flocks. And I was wroth also for his offering Thou didst accept and not mine; my punishment is greater than I can bear.” Moses 5:37-38
From the complete text, we know that Satan influenced Cain’s actions of murder.
Example III: Lamech is speaking to his wives about murder
The Bible states:
And as for Zillah, she also bore Tubal-Cain, an instructor of every craftsman in bronze and iron. And the sister of Tubal-Cain was Naamah. Then Lamech said to his wives, “Adah and Zillah hear my voice, wives of Lamech listen to my speech! For I have killed a man for wounding me, even a young man for hurting me.” Genesis 4:22-23
What on earth was Lamech talking about, and which men did he kill?
The complete text:
And she conceived again and bare a daughter, and she called her name Naamah for she said, “After I had withered away have I obtained pleasure and delight.”And Lamech was old and advanced in years, and his eyes were dim that he could not see; and Tubal Cain, his son, was leading him. And it was one day that Lamech went into the field and Tubal Cain his son was with him. And whilst they were walking in the field, Cain the son of Adam advanced towards them; for Lamech was very old and could not see much, and Tubal Cain his son was very young. And Tubal Cain told his father to draw his bow, and with the arrows he smote Cain, who was yet far off. And he slew him, for he appeared to them to be an animal. And the arrows entered Cain's body although he was distant from them, and he fell to the ground and died. And the Lord requited Cain's evil according to his wickedness, which he had done to his brother Abel,according to the word of the Lord which He had spoken. And it came to pass when Cain had died, that Lamech and Tubal went to see the animal which they had slain. And they saw, and behold Cain their grandfather was fallen dead upon the earth. And Lamech was very much grieved at having done this, and in clapping his hands together he struck his son and caused his death. And the wives of Lamech heard what Lamech had done, and they sought to kill him. And the wives of Lamech hated him from that day, because he slew Cain and Tubal Cain. And the wives of Lamech separated from him, and would not hearken to him in those days. And Lamech came to his wives, and he pressed them to listen to him about this matter. And he said to his wives Adah and Zillah, “Hear my voice O wives of Lamech, attend to my words, for now you have imagined and said that I slew a man with my wounds, and a child with my stripes for their having done no violence, but surely know that I am old and gray-headed, and that my eyes are heavy through age, and I did this thing unknowingly.” Jasher 2:25-35
Example VI: God tried to kill Moses
In the Book of Exodus, after Almighty God spoke to Moses through the burning bush, Moses agreed to go back to Egypt as God had commanded.
As Moses and his family were on their way back to Egypt, the Scripture states:
And it came to pass by the way in the Inn, that the LORD met him (Moses), and sought to kill him. Exodus 4:24
Why in heavens name would Almighty God want to kill His faithful servant Moses who was on the way to do His bidding? Something is definitely wrong with this picture!
The true text:
(God spoke these words to Moses, reminding him of their past history)
“And thou thyself knowest what I spake unto thee on Mount Sinai, and what prince Mastema (Satan) desired to do with thee when thou wast returning into Egypt on the way when thou didst meet him at the lodging place. Did he not, with all his power, seek to slay thee and deliver the Egyptians out of thy hand when he saw that thou wast sent to execute judgment and vengeance on the Egyptians? And I (Almighty Yahweh) delivered thee out of his hand, and thou didst perform the signs and wonders which thou wast sent to perform in Egypt against Pharaoh. Jubilees 48:2-4
From the true text, we realize that it was Satan who tried to kill Moses, and not the Lord. Now it all makes sense.
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