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Solomon, Cave of Ages, Luz and much more... He lives, he lives! A new name discovered to add to his long list of names and attributes.
He lives through the ages, not only lingering within the hidden pages and scrolls of human history, but also through secretive past, mysterious present and more, the mystical future of mankind.
He is the wizard of ages, tutor of sages and the master of space and time, he give the cause its effect. Where ever one peers into, He pops up out of nowhere to play a pivotal character in an intriguing manner in every single known culture and lore recorded and legends carried by ancient tongues that rewarded.
A fascinating personality, wise and amusing even excitingly entertaining, indeed, without him ancient myth and theology would be dull and out of context.
He is a man, more than a man, he is immortal, Maybe that is where he became so witty and adorable, A man with thousands faces and names and just as much roles influencing all mystical events of the ancient ancestry enriching legends in every continent and every culture and religion.
He is the multidimensional governor of planet Earth, the rabbi of Venus, the resident of virtue in the heart of men, the manifestation of emerald green in one of his nicknames and bluish ray of a purple and violet dream of day. He is the compass of hearts when astray, the beacon of minds if it sway. No one name or description may befit his person.
Author of the Emerald Tablets, and the book of Enoch and thousands upon thousands of other priceless papyrus of wisdom he is, But this time he appeared under another name in the book of Solomon, he in this text and some extracts of biblical nature (Genesis 14) appears as the popular tutor of King David and King Solomon, the dweller of the Cave of Ages, I guess by now you are snapping eagerly awaiting for my humble self to reveal to you who I have in mind.
He is the one and only, He is Melchizedek. Or TOTH, al Khodor, Hermes, read my previous articles about him, The True Identity of Thoth is revealed, the emerald tablets and the book of Enoch, and I am quite certain that my findings are but a trickle of what lays hidden waiting for me to vanquish tracing back his footsteps, while hoping to keep a steady stride in this majestic quest I can't help wondering what will I find next.
As for present, here is what I have stumbled upon in the book of Solomon pertaining to Melchizedek, need I remind you that within the legends and myth truth is reborn.
Another factor draw me into attachment to this manuscript is my discovery to an answer of a puzzle that bewildered me for decades concerning what used to be known as the Cave of Daniel. This was a cave of many mysteries acclaimed to be located in Morocco. The story tells of its opening once a year and admits pupils for the art of alchemy and the beyond, such as Magik rather than magic, and so on and so forth.
I searched decades for this cave but could not find any record or reference for it except on tongues of imposters claiming to have learnt the art of whatever trickery they performed in it.
Well at last, I am able to identify the origin of the myth and how it became to be attributed to Daniel. In fact the common factor of such attribution was Abbot Daniel and the real name of the cave was the Cave of Ages, and its location was not Morocco but rather near and not very far from Jerusalem.
Quote from the Book of solomon: "The cave may have been located on Mount Tabor. A medieval visitor to the Holy Land, Abbot Daniel, writes: They show you upon mount Tabor, at a level place, an extraordinary cave cut in the rock, like a cellar, which has a small window in the roof. At the bottom of the cave towards the east there is an altar" end of quote.
Furthermore, this cave may have a permanent portal to other parallel worlds and other dimensions, and it might very well have the fountain of eternity and the elixir of life. For there is also mentioned in the Book of Solomon a place of eternity for its dwellers within its boundaries and its called Luz, here is a quote from the Book of Solomon relating to it:
Quote from the Book of Solomon: Luz said Joseph, who was seated at his desk. It is the so-called City of Immortality.The sole place on earth where the Angel of Death has no sway, where he is forbidden to enter. Thus, its inhabitants age but do not die, so long as they remain within the city. The Luzites grow old become bent and feeble yet live on. Eventually, however, they grow weary of such an existence. Whereupon, they go outside the walls of Luz and die.
Whatever the case, Luz is notable for its dubious brand of immortality and for a commodity. For it is our source of tekhelet, the blue dye used on the fringes of prayer shawls.
The Luzites manufacture the dye from a rare species of snail. Reportedly, it takes 12,000 snails to produce a small bottle of tekhelet.
The location of the city remains unknown. The word luz means "almond tree"; so perhaps it's located amidst the almond groves of the north. But luz can also denote the nutshaped bone at the base of the spine ”a bone thought to be imperishable. So the name of the city may allude to the immortality”or longevity, I should say of its inhabitants" end of quote.
So there you go, we have the correct name and the right location and that is a big achievement shedding light to what was true puzzle to the populous.
The meaning of the name Melchizedek is king of righteousness consisting of two words, Melek-King, Zedek-Righteousness (the Z pronounced as S) which are an interpretation of his name. This person was also known as the King of Salem meaning king of peace, a title given to a historical person living in Abraham's time.
Melchizedek was nick named the priest forever; He was known to have no beginning and no end, an eternal divine and heavenly being.
THE BOOK OF KING SOLOMON
by Ahimaaz, Court Historian
Discovered, Translated and Annotated by Professor Solomon
Quote: "Melchizedek is a significant figure in the Bible, though he makes but a single, brief appearance. In Genesis 14 he approaches Abraham, who has just returned from a battle; presents the patriarch with bread and wine; and blesses him in the name of El Elyon. Melchizedek then slips away (though not before eliciting from Abraham a tithe on his war spoils) and is heard from no more"... end of quote.
Then another quote:
"Who was this mystery man (whose name means my ruler [GOD] is righteous)? What was his purpose? Did he initiate Abraham? We are told only that he was the king of Salem and a priest of El Elyon ( ), or GOD Most High. El Elyon is described as the creator of heaven and earth. He was evidently a local manifestation a particular brand of El, the chief god of the Canaanites.
So, was Melchizedek simply a priest-king a sacral monarch worshiping GOD Most High, and bestowing upon Abraham His blessing? Or was he a supernatural being, an emissary from the beyond? Philo of Alexandria seems to have thought so, describing Melchizedek as "the Logos” i.e., the Divine Word. The Book of Hebrews deems him to be without father, without mother, without ancestors, having neither beginning of days nor end of life a priest abiding forever. And the Melchizedek Text (one of the Dead Sea Scrolls) has him hobnobbing with angels.
In short, a celestial being "a semi-divine hierophant” an otherworldly figure whom Jacob Bryant, the eighteenth-century mythographer, went so far as to identify with Cronus and Father Time.
And another quotation:
It was speculation like this that led to Melchizedek becoming the focus of a short-lived sect. Early Christian writers tell of a sect of heretics ”the Melchizedekites” who honored him as a heavenly power. These sectarians circulated the Book of Adam and Eve, which chronicles his earliest activities (such as helping Shem, the son of Noah, to build an altar).
I hope you liked my findings and promise you with more to come.
Adam El Masri
Our valuable member Adam El Masri has been with us since Sat,06 June 2009.