“Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.”

August 30, 2021

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‘Horror scene’: Anger as US drone attack kills Afghan children

Who is going to stand up for the hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women, and little ones who WERE a product of failed American foreign policy?

Who is going to confront the hypocrisy and the evil of the American way of life, American policy, and how these things affect the rest of the world?

“Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.” (BOM, 2 Nephi 16:8.)

And that there, President Biden, is how you use that particular Bible verse PROPERLY.

And also, President Biden, the people I represent would say to their enemies and those who persecute them and despitefully use them:

“We will forgive. We will forget. We will lift you up and carry you on our shoulders, helping you to create economic equality in your community.”

Consider what the Real Illuminati®—the group responsible for writing the book of Isaiah during the 6th century B.C.E., AND THE ONLY ONES WHO CAN PROPERLY EXPLAIN THE TRUE MEANING OF ISAIAH—revealed about Isaiah, chapter 6:

Isaiah 6

The whole of chapter 6 is greatly affected by the desire of the original Jewish scribes to protect the sanctity of their culture and religious beliefs, more importantly, those things that had to do with their temple and its ordinances according to the Law of Moses. Needless to say, whatever Isaiah might have written that these scribes felt was blasphemous towards the temple and its rituals was glossed-over or edited to protect the sacredness of their secret temple ordinances. Isaiah had no respect for Jewish customs and beliefs. He plagiarized them in an attempt to instruct the people through allegory. Doing so he hid his irreverence, which would be seen as blasphemy, within the accepted religious belief system.

Isaiah’s original words are a masterpiece of precisely defined and related terms that painted a picture of real truth that could only be seen by those with a proper understanding and perspective of real truth. Add the ancient scribes’ desire to protect their religious customs to the inept ability of the English translators to make sense out of Isaiah’s use of allegories (translated from two or three different languages), and one will get a good picture of how nonsensical the following verses would be without the original words translated properly.

This chapter is one of Isaiah’s most profound. It gives a good insight to how and why Isaiah was called to be a true messenger among the Jewish people. It also gives some prophetic modern-day clues that prepare the way for the people of the world to come to an understanding of real truth when it is presented by their own true messenger.

Isaiah 6:1

In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also in vision the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple.

Isa 6:2

And the Lord stood in his temple above two Seraphim and each one had two wings; and the two of them covered his face, and the two of them covered his feet, and as one together they did fly.

Isa 6:3

And together they cried, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the LORD of hosts; although the whole earth is full of his glory, the house of Israel hath gone astray and corrupted the law and the sanctuary of the Lord.

This chapter in Isaiah begins by describing what Isaiah wanted to relate about the Jewish religion and their rebellion against the Lord. For this reason, the chapter starts out by referring to the year that king Uzziah died, and what he “also” saw then.

According to Jewish history, most of Isaiah’s writings and prophecies were given during the reign of king Hezekiah, who reportedly was responsible for having Isaiah’s writings and verbal prophecies transcribed and kept as a historical record. However, Isaiah received his calling as a true messenger during the same year that Uzziah died. This chapter concerns Isaiah’s calling, why he was called, and how he was supposed to fulfill his calling.

Just as part of a gown trails upon the ground wherever the wearer goes, the Lord’s (his) “train” represents all those who are ostensibly following him. Isaiah uses the term to represent those who are supposed to be following the Lord and keeping his commandments upon the earth (that’s why the train drags behind the Lord upon the ground).

Because Isaiah was using metaphors, he didn’t write, “… and all those upon the earth who follow the Lord filled the temple in order to know the Lord’s will,” but he could have if he wasn’t speaking in allegory.

The word “Seraphim” instead of “Cherubim” properly represents Isaiah’s true intent. “Seraphim” is only found in Isaiah. It is a proper translation, because it literally means “he who burns.” “Fire from heaven” always means the knowledge of real truth, which burns up the foolishness and falsehoods invented in the minds of mortal humans. The story of Elijah (see 1 Kings, chapter 18) about the false prophets of Baal sets a good precedent for understanding exactly what “fire” means when used by true messengers.

The story of Elijah was a Jewish legend based on what a true messenger explained would happen when the real truth was compared with the falsehoods taught by religious leaders. Elijah told the people, “The God that answereth by fire, let him be God.”

The angels (Seraphim or he who burns) Isaiah was referring to were those who knew real truth and could teach the people. However, instead of teaching the people, the Seraphim were covering the Lord’s face and his feet so that the people couldn’t see the Lord. In other words, the people in the temple who should have been seeing the Lord (real truth) were not because they were following their own leaders and their own truth.

Other references of Cherubim used in the Old Testament refer to the Jewish tabernacle (temple) where the Ark of the Covenant is placed. Exodus describes how the Jews believe God wanted them to construct the temple:

Exod 25:16 And thou shalt put into the ark the testimony which I shall give thee.

Exod 25:17 And thou shalt make a mercy seat of pure gold: two cubits and a half shall be the length thereof, and a cubit and a half the breadth thereof.

Exod 25:18 And thou shalt make two cherubims of gold, of beaten work shalt thou make them, in the two ends of the mercy seat.

Exod 25:19 And make one cherub on the one end, and the other cherub on the other end: even of the mercy seat shall ye make the cherubims on the two ends thereof.

Exod 25:20 And the cherubims shall stretch forth their wings on high, covering the mercy seat with their wings, and their faces shall look one to another; toward the mercy seat shall the faces of the cherubims be.

Exod 25:21 And thou shalt put the mercy seat above upon the ark; and in the ark thou shalt put the testimony that I shall give thee.

Exod 25:22 And there I will meet with thee, and I will commune with thee from above the mercy seat, from between the two cherubims which are upon the ark of the testimony, of all things which I will give thee in commandment unto the children of Israel.

Isaiah’s allegory has presented an example of the Jewish temple as the place where the people of the world receive the mysteries (real truth) of God.

However, as Isaiah presents his parabolic way, the people gathered in the temple cannot see the face of the Lord, nor can they see his feet because the Seraphim are covering them.

The angels are not shouting for joy, they are crying and lamenting over the wickedness of the people who are in the temple, ostensibly following the Lord. Because the people choose not to follow the Lord, the angels are keeping them from knowing the mysteries of God (i.e., the real truth).

With his face covered, the people can neither see nor hear the words of the Lord. Covering his feet represents that the people do not follow in the same paths as the Lord because they cannot see where he is going (where his feet take him).

The modern Jews (LDS/Mormon) are exposed to a very clear understanding in an excerpt from their own scripture. This LDS scripture illustrates how the people will never come to an understanding of the mysteries when they refuse to follow the word of God:

“It is given unto many [i.e. true messengers, ministering angels (Seraphim)] to know the mysteries of God; nevertheless they are laid under a strict command that they shall not impart only according to the portion of his word which he doth grant unto the children of men, according to the heed and diligence which they give unto him.

“And therefore, he that will harden his heart, the same receiveth the lesser portion of the word; and he that will not harden his heart, to him is given the greater portion of the word, until it is given unto him to know the mysteries of God until he know them in full. And they that will harden their hearts, to them is given the lesser portion of the word until they know nothing concerning his mysteries; and then they are taken captive by the devil, and led by his will down to destruction. Now this is what is meant by the chains of hell.”

—BOM, Alma 12:9–10.

Although their own scriptures inform them that unless they know the mysteries of God in full they “are taken captive by the devil,” the LDS people (like the Jews) are told by their leaders to avoid the mysteries of God and not discuss them. The people are instructed in this way because their leaders do not understand the mysteries of God themselves, although they sometimes pretend to; and therefore, they cannot explain them to the people. If the leaders can keep the people from asking questions, then they can control the people with vain and foolish doctrine and precepts that the leaders have invented in their own minds.

Above we used an excerpt from Exodus that described how the ancient Jews were instructed to set up their temple. Their temple was part of the lower law that gave the people something to view and participate in so that they would remember the Lord. Isaiah begins his vision by telling the Jews how unimportant and useless their temple and its offerings and ordinances were (see Isaiah, chapter 1). He told the people that they weren’t receiving any real truth from the temple or its ordinances, and then used the temple and its hidden meanings in his symbolic diatribe against their religion and leaders.

The people were not supposed to look upon the ark (it also had Cherubim covering the “mercy seat [see Exodus 25:20], or better, they were not to know or understand the mysteries of God), which is exactly what the modern LDS leaders tell their people, but in a different way.

Ironically, the LDS Church founder, Joseph Smith, gave the LDS people their own temple ordinance. He knew how corrupt the LDS people were and how they, like the Jews of old, were supposed to be following the higher commandments of the Lord, but found more substance and pride in performing ordinances and rituals. When Joseph organized the temple endowment he intended it to mirror what Isaiah allegorically presented to the ancient Jews to show the people how corrupted their desires had become. Joseph prepared a temple ordinance, which he appropriately called an “endowment from on high,” to copy Isaiah’s form of pedagogy and present the real truth to the people in hidden symbolism.

One part of the LDS temple endowment starts off with Adam, who represents all of the male patrons who are attending the temple to receive the endowment, praying to God for “further light and knowledge.” Joseph presents Lucifer answering Adam’s prayer and telling him that he will give Adam a minister and a religion to answer all of Adam’s questions. Later during the endowment Peter, who represents a true messenger, confronts Lucifer and asks him,

“How is your religion received by this community?” (while signaling towards and referring to all the people in the temple, i.e., the train of the Lord that filled the temple).

Joseph specifically instructs the administers of the endowment (those who are play-acting the specific parts) to ensure that the actor portraying Lucifer looks out upon all the temple patrons attending the temple and receiving the endowment and extend his arm towards them (so that there isn’t any mistake to whom he is referring to) and respond, “Very well!”

(NOTE: The above is how the original LDS temple endowment was presented. In the early 1990’s, the LDS leadership changed many parts of the original endowment that Joseph Smith had created to teach the people the real truth through symbolism. For a comprehensive explanation of the LDS temple endowment and a comparison between its original form and its modern-day façade, read the book, SACRED, NOT SECRET—The Official Guide In Understanding the LDS Temple Endowment, [Worldwide United Publishing, 2007]. There is no other book available in the world that explains the true purpose and true meaning behind the endowment ritual presented in all the LDS temples found throughout the world.)

Similar to how Joseph Smith covered the real truth from the eyes of the modern-day LDS people (just like the Seraphim did), the ancient Jews could not see the face or the feet of the Lord. The Seraphim were covering them purposely because the people refused to follow the commandments that the Lord had given them on how to treat each other with equality according to the higher law they had rejected.

Isa 6:4

Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us to speak to this people? Then said I, Here am I; send me.

Isa 6:5

And I saw that the posts of the door upon which were written the commandments of God were moved out of their place and the Lord’s house was filled with smoke. And I cried unto the Lord, saying:

In these verses Isaiah first reveals that a true messenger is never chosen until he volunteers. To show his personal recognition of how corrupt the Jews had become, Isaiah references “the posts of the door upon which were written the commandments of God” being “moved out of their place.”

The early Jews were commanded to “write upon the posts” of their houses all of the commandments of God:

Deut 6:4 Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God is one LORD:

Deut 6:5 And thou shalt love the LORD thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might.

Deut 6:6 And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart:

Deut 6:7 And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.

Deut 6:8 And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thine hand, and they shall be as frontlets between thine eyes.

Deut 6:9 And thou shalt write them upon the posts of thy house, and on thy gates.

Deut 6:10 And it shall be, when the LORD thy God shall have brought thee into the land which he sware unto thy fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give thee great and goodly cities, which thou buildedst not,

Deut 11:18 Therefore shall ye lay up these my words in your heart and in your soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand, that they may be as frontlets between your eyes.

Deut 11:19 And ye shall teach them your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.

Deut 11:20 And thou shalt write them upon the door posts of thine house, and upon thy gates:

Deut 11:21 That your days may be multiplied, and the days of your children, in the land which the LORD sware unto your fathers to give them, as the days of heaven upon the earth.

Deut 11:22 For if ye shall diligently keep all these commandments which I command you, to do them, to love the LORD your God, to walk in all his ways, and to cleave unto him;

The “posts were moved out of their place” because the people didn’t adhere to the commandments. The posts are the weight-bearing foundation of any construction. “Move them out of their place” and watch what happens to the overall structure.

Isa 6:6

Woe is me for mine eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts! But I cannot do that which must be done because I am a man among those of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people who honor the Lord with their lips but their hearts are far from him; therefore I cannot plant the holy seed in their hearts that it might bring forth fruit that is worthy of the Lord.

Isa 6:7

Then flew one of the seraphim unto me, having a burning coal in his hand, which he had taken with the tongs from off the altar found in the midst of the temple.

Isa 6:8

And he laid it upon my mouth and it did not burn, nor did I feel any pain therefrom. And he said, Lo, this hath touched thy lips and thine iniquity is taken away, and thy sin purged; and now from thy lips shalt fire be given unto this people.

When a fire is burning with flame, there is no smoke. But when there are still hot coals and no fire, smoke develops if something is put on the coals to cool them off. Isaiah presents that the “Lord’s house was filled with smoke” because the real truth (fire) wasn’t burning in the hearts of the people because their leaders had put out the flame that once burned from within the hot coals with vain and foolish doctrine and precepts. The “coals” represent the people’s earnest desire to do and know the will of the Lord. The coals are placed upon an altar that the people build to present themselves as an offering (showing devotion) to God. Isaiah was one among these people (a burning coal) who wanted to know and understand the real truth.

As a regular Jew, Isaiah practiced what his religious leaders and upbringing had taught him to do. But the “fire in his heart burned” and he knew that what the Jews were doing couldn’t be from God. Yet, he went along with his religious practices anyway, for a time, thus he referred to himself as one who was “of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of [the Jews].”

Isaiah was the one still “burning coal” among all the other smoldering coals that were filling the temple of the Lord with smoke. With a broken heart and a contrite spirit he approached God in prayer that he might know the real truth. Like all true messenger before him, and all those who would be called after him, an advanced human being, one who watches over this earth and what is going on in this solar system, visited Isaiah. He was taught face-to-face by this advanced being. He was given a proper understanding of all the “mysteries of God; thus the reference to having the burning coal touch his lips. When he was taught these things, he was then told that he would be allowed to give this knowledge to the people. The way that he was to give this knowledge is outlined in the next few verses.

Isa 6:9

And he said, Go, and tell this people: Ye hear indeed, but ye do not understand; and ye see indeed, but perceive not that which ye see. Therefore thou shalt give unto them that for which they seek, and those things which they do not understand; for they seek to hear heavy things, and their hearts are full of excess because they desire that which maketh their ears heavy, even that which they do not understand.

Isa 6:10

Preach unto them much and make their ears heavy with your preaching; yea, make the heart of this people fat in that which they desire, but shut their eyes to the truth that would heal them; For they are a fallen people who seek not the Lord to establish his righteousness so that they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and convert, and be healed.

Isaiah is commanded to do what the Seraphim are doing: covering the face and feet of the Lord because the people refuse to do what is commanded of them.

From the beginning, Isaiah has inserted into his allegoric vision the concept of a vineyard (the world), vines that grow therein (the people), and the fruit of the vine that is produced (what the people do). He relates that the seed that was planted was good, but became corrupted because of environmental circumstances (false teachers, leaders, and religions). He relates that the plants, which do not produce good fruit, are to be torn down and burned. Regardless of what the fruit of the vine produced, the seed (the holy seed) was good.

The later Jewish true messenger, who the world would immortalize and deify as Jesus (Yeshua), would relate a similar parable concerning a seed being planted in the hearts of the people and then corrupted by environmental situations. It was at this time that Jesus, who understood the words of Isaiah perfectly, explained to his disciples what Isaiah was instructed to do for the people of the ancient day. Jesus explained that like Isaiah, he was teaching the people in parables that they couldn’t easily understand unless they accepted who he was and came to him privately and inquired about their meaning. Here’s what is reported with the correct translation given:

Matthew, chapter 13:

3 And he spake many things unto them in parables, saying, Behold, a sower went forth to sow his seed that it might bring forth much fruit to be laid up in store;

4 And when he sowed, some seeds fell by the way side, and and because there was not any earth to cover them up the fowls came and devoured them up:

5 Some fell upon stony places, where they had a little but not much earth: and forthwith they sprung up, having no deepness of earth in which to take root;

6 And when the sun was up, they were scorched; and because they had no root, they withered away.

7 And some fell among thorns; and the thorns sprung up, and choked them from below and covered them from the sun above.

8 But other fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit, some an hundredfold, some sixtyfold, some thirtyfold.

9 Who hath ears to hear, let him hear and understand.

10 And the disciples came, and said unto him, Why speakest thou unto them in parables?

11 He answered and said unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.

12 For whosoever receiveth, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance than those who do not receive; but whosoever continueth not to receive, from him shall be taken away even that he hath been given.

13 Therefore speak I to them in parables that they might not have the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven revealed unto them; because they upon seeing, see not; and upon hearing they hear not, neither do they understand.

14 And thus is fulfilled the prophecy of Isaiah, which saith, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but ye understand not; and see ye indeed, but ye perceive not. Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and convert, and be healed;

15 For this people’s heart is waxed gross from that which they have heard from their leaders, thus their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed so that they cannot see the truth which I speak unto them. And their leaders tell them to listen not unto me, lest at any time they should see with their eyes and hear with their ears, and should understand with their heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them.

It is not that the mysteries of God should not be explained to the people, but that the people are so infected by falsehoods and the vain and foolish imaginations of their leaders that the seed that is planted in their hearts becomes corrupted and brings forth bad fruit. In other words, the root (the foundation of the seed itself) of most religious doctrine in the world that equates itself with a Supreme Being, is that human beings love each other as they would want to be loved. This is the very core of our humanity and something that makes us feel good when we’re doing it. This is the holy seed, the foundation that makes us a human being, different than any other animal upon earth.

But the other part of being a human being, the part that is the most powerful and responsible for our individuality and unique natures, is free will. Without free will, we wouldn’t be happy and the very essence of our human nature would be thwarted and destroyed. True messengers are required to uphold and protect free will under all circumstances.

Therefore, if the people want to worship a golden calf, for one of many examples, then no true messenger is going to prohibit them from doing so. However, their message will always be one of repentance of worshipping the golden calf and returning to the root (seed) of our humanity—treating each other as we would others to treat us. In fact, there would be no need for true messengers if the people were not corrupt in the way that they treat each other. The only purpose of a true messenger is to return the people to the core of their own humanity. Jesus summed it up this way when the Jewish leaders tried to trip him up in what he was teaching the people:

Matthew, chapter 22

35 Then they sent one of them, which was a lawyer, who asked him a question, tempting him, and saying,

36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law?

37 Jesus said unto him, Now, hear this, O Israel, for thy sins bear witness of thee because of the law which thou receivest. But in me hath this law been fulfilled every wit, that thou mightest know that the Lord our God is one Lord, and there are no other gods before Him. Therefore, if thou wouldst obey all the law, then there is one great commandment that thou shalt do. And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

38 This is the first and great commandment.

39 And if ye would keep this commandment, then would ye also keep the second great commandment which is like unto it in every way, even that thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself;

40 For this reason our God hath given thee the law and the prophets, even that thou shouldst do unto thy neighbor that which thou wouldst have him do unto thee, on this great commandment hang all the law and the prophets.

As mentioned in the Introduction to this book, the ancient prophets knew that if they could get the people to turn inward to God and away from the outward influences of religion and leaders, people would act more humanely towards each other. Extrinsic influences took away the people’s free will and had them worshipping God and following all kinds of made-up rituals and doctrines.

Therefore, Isaiah and Jesus taught the people in the way that they needed to be taught, the only way they could understand. They taught the people to love God, as the “first great commandment.” In reality, they were telling the people to love themselves and embrace their own humanity. Jesus would also relate this as finding “the kingdom of God within.” Once people learn to love themselves, the “second great commandment” is for them to love others as they do themselves… on these commandments “hang all the law and the prophets.”

Obviously, if the people turned inward to their own God, the religions and their leaders would no longer be needed or depended upon for instruction. There’s little wonder why it is and has been and will always be the religious leaders of the world who fight the true messengers.

Isaiah knew that by withholding the mysteries (real truth) from the people they would become even more corrupt. But he also understood the reason why keeping the real truth from the people was necessary. Isaiah knew that the purpose of our isolated life upon this planet was so that we could experience the opposite of all that brings happiness to a human being. He knew that advanced human beings lived in other parts of the Universe, obviously, because a few had visited him and explained how things worked throughout the Universe.

He knew that if these advanced beings came to earth, the people would see them, know them, and human free will upon this earth would be immensely affected. He knew that the more that people exercised their free will upon each other in ways that were not becoming of their true humanity, the more people would destroy themselves and others “until the cities be wasted without inhabitant, and the houses without man, and the land utterly desolate.”

Isaiah goes on to ask the Lord (ponder in his heart) how long would the real truth be withheld from the people. The Lord answered Isaiah the same way throughout his entire prophesy/vision.

Isa 6:11

Then said I, Lord, how long shall the holy seed be withheld from man? And he answered, Until the cities be wasted without inhabitant, and the houses without man, and the land be utterly desolate,

Isa 6:12

Because men have removed their hearts far away from the LORD, and there is a great forsaking of his ways in the midst of the land.

Isa 6:13

But in the tenth month on the first day of the month the holy seed shall be returned, and shall be eaten by the ransomed of the LORD: as the seeds of a teil tree and of an oak are eaten, whose substance is in them when they cast their leaves: so shall men eat of the substance of the holy seed once the Lord hath shaken the vines that are left in his vineyard.

As mentioned in the introduction to Isaiah, chapter 6, the Jewish scribes corrupted the original text to protect the sacredness of their temple rituals and beliefs. Because of what they edited and deleted, when it came time to translate it into English (from Greek, Latin, German, or whatever side you choose to believe), one can imagine how virtually impossible it was to decipher what Isaiah had originally written. The way it was improperly translated, the King James English translation of 6:13 makes no sense and certainly does not go along in context with the rest of his prophecy/vision.

“But yet in it shall be a tenth, and it shall return, and shall be eaten: as a teil tree, and as an oak, whose substance is in them, when they cast their leaves: so the holy seed shall be the substance thereof.”

In what shall be a tenth? What shall return and be eaten? It is quite obvious that whatever “it” is, “the holy seed shall be the substance thereof.” Since Isaiah doesn’t mention the number ten or a tenth in the same relation anywhere else in his prophesy/vision, there must be some general accepted significance to the term “tenth” in relation to and in context of everything else that Isaiah writes.

The “it” referred to is the real truth, the substance of which is the “holy seed of the law” that makes us act like good human beings. Isaiah asks the Lord how long the people of the earth are going to go without having the real truth revealed to them… how long is religion, parable, allegory, and those who perpetuate these things going to last upon the earth until the truth if finally revealed.

The answer the Lord gives Isaiah is, of course, presented in allegoric terms that would have great significance to the Jews. Throughout his prophesy, Isaiah describes the “tops of the mountains” as the place where people will receive the real truth and be redeemed from their fallen state. (It was already mentioned why Jesus chose to give the instructions known as the Beatitudes on a mountain. Always keep in mind, Jesus knew what Isaiah knew and what the true message was. Again, Isaiah did not prophesy of what Jesus would do; Jesus did what Isaiah prophesied.)

The Hebrew tenth month was one of the most significant months in Jewish legend. It was in the tenth month that the Israelites were commanded to prepare themselves to be saved from the scourge that God sent against the firstborn of the Egyptians:

Exod 12:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying,

Exod 12:2 This month [shall be] unto you the beginning of months: it [shall be] the first month of the year to you.

Exod 12:3 Speak ye unto all the congregation of Israel, saying, In the tenth [day] of this month they shall take to them every man a lamb, according to the house of [their] fathers, a lamb for an house:

Exod 12:4 And if the household be too little for the lamb, let him and his neighbour next unto his house take [it] according to the number of the souls; every man according to his eating shall make your count for the lamb.

But in relation to the point Isaiah was trying to put across, using Jewish culture and tradition, it was the exact day that Noah saw the “tops of the mountains” and knew that he and his family would finally be saved. Base on this accepted myth, Isaiah used the time scale to describe the real truth being brought back to the earth to save the people:

“And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the tops of the mountains seen.” (Genesis 8:5)

According to Jewish customs and beliefs, the Jewish calendar has different starting points for different purposes. Isaiah used the calendar as he knew it would be used properly in the fulfillment of his prophetic allegories. The first day of the tenth month in which the holy seed would once again be available to be planted in the hearts of the people is June 16th. Nothing else concerning this prophesy will be discussed in this book. Suffice it to say, as did the man Jesus concerning John the Baptist and John’s mission both in Jesus’ day and in the latter times: “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” (See Matthew, chapter 11.)

Monica Smith

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