الجمعة، 17 يوليو، 2009

Enoch PART THREE 3

"The Third Book of Enoch", "The Book of the Palaces", "The Book of Rabbi Ishmael the High Priest" and "The Revelation of Metatron".

Enoch is transformed into an angel (3 Enoch 9:1-5; 15:1-2)
Enoch as an exalted angel is enthroned in Heaven (3 Enoch 10:1-3; 16:1)
Enoch receives a revelation of cosmological secrets of creation (3 Enoch 13:1-2)

Enoch receives a revelation of cosmological secrets of creation (3 Enoch 13:1-2)
METATRON
Although he is mentioned in a few brief passages in the Talmud, Metatron appears primarily in medieval Jewish mystical texts and other post-scriptural esoteric and occult sources. In Rabbinic tradition he is the highest of the angels and serves as the celestial scribe, though there is no consensus as to his genesis, nor is there a Christian consensus on his position in the hierarchy of angels.[1]


Metatron is ANGELS, he is called when Lars is vice...mentioned in a few brief passages in the Talmud, as the first ghost, one two eight commentetries on the third book, where they write..."we are beginning to fall, because they gave 'furhrer' light..."..."this seek in her (written the word; hakeem=wise/ not jewish arabic) is sickening to me, let men go, I want free, the book hath tol' Metatron flee thee..."...(quote, guess where; Mannie) "OH! Look! we bleat!" written bleak; which meant, take off the vowel A, and the two dots above, and we have; Kate!..."I find eight names, they mean; dotty; HAKIM; hebrew for wise: see here:

"Hakham (or chakam or ?aham, ; HebrewHebrew language

Hakham (or chakam or ?aham, ; Hebrew language
Hebrew is a Semitic languages of the Afro-Asiatic languages. Modern Hebrew is spoken by more than seven million people in Israel and Classical Hebrew is used for prayer or study in Jews communities around the world....
??? lit. "wise") is a term from JudaismJudaism
Judaism is a set of beliefs and practices originating in the Hebrew Bible , as later further explored and explained in the Talmud and other texts....
, meaning a wise or skillful man; it often refers to someone who is a great Torah Scholar
The term "Torah" , or Five Books of Moses or Pentateuch, refers to the entirety of Judaism's founding Halakha and ethical religious texts....
The word is generally used to designate a cultured and learned person: "He who says a wise thing is called a wise man ["hakham"], even if he be not a Jew" (Meg.16a). Hence in Talmud
The Talmud is a record of rabbinic discussions pertaining to Halakha, Jewish ethics, customs, and history. It is a central text of mainstream Judaism....
ic-Midrash
Midrash is a Hebrew language term referring to the not exact, but comparative method of exegesis of Biblical texts, which is one of four methods cumulatively called Pardes ....
ic literature wise and learned non-Jews are commonly called "hakme ummot ha-'olam" (the wise men of the nations).

ham" as an official title is found as early as the first Sanhedrin, after the reconstruction of that body, when the Hadrianic religious persecutions had ceased;
The Sanhedrin was an assembly of twenty-three judges appointed in every city in the Land of Israel.The Great Sanhedrin was the supreme court of ancient Israel....
in addition to the nasiNasi
Nasi? is a Hebrew language title meaning prince, in Biblical Hebrew, or president, in Hebrew_language#Modern_Israeli_Hebrew....
Simon ben Gamaliel, two other scholars stood at the head of the Sanhedrin, namely, R.

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