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One cannot help but reflect on the book of Enoch when one watches the popular movie The Matrix,
and the series of events surrounding the movie, starting from the main character Neo to the rest of events reflecting on good fighting evil and righteousness confronting tyranny, we who watched The Matrix all remember how Neo at the end had to meet with the maker of the Matrix to persuade him to give humanity another chance before total annihilation.
Or, Lord of the Rings and what vivid and picturesque scenery bringing closer to our imagination how things may have been thousands of years ago, or how it may be in an unforeseen future, if prophecies of end of days meets with its biblical proportions and become a manifested reality.
Quoting from the book of Enoch, Chapter one:
1: The words of the blessing of Enoch, wherewith he blessed the elect and righteous, who will be - living in the day of tribulation, when all the wicked and godless are to be removed. And he took up his parable and said; Enoch a righteous man, whose eyes were opened by God, saw the vision of the Holy one in the heavens, which the angels showed me. And from them I heard everything, and from them I understood as I saw, but not for this generation, but for the remote one which is for to come.
This quote among others rhymes with the Neo Story of the Matrix or Lord of the Rings...
In fact, Holy books are so vivid in describing future events and the change of behavior of mankind in general.Â It makes one wonder about the reason behind such focus. Is it not but a warning to human race to alter and go back to the roots and the basics in their living affairs!
Enoch who I believe is also Melchizedek was portrait in several biblical texts of the old and the new testament under this name and was mentioned under different names in the Holy Quran and other books which all pointed to his extra ordinary personality from the twentieth century BC onwards.
it was clear in the book of Hebrews that the role of Melchizedek was perceived as a mission of peace; â€œThis Melchizedek, priest of the Most High, was also king of peace; without a father, without mother, without pedigree, having neither beginning of days nor end of life but made in status like a son of God, he abides a priest continually.
Some revelators considered Jesus as a minister forever on the order of Melchizedek, a rare first century BC document from Qumran 1, and the thirteen fragments from Cave 11 (11QMelch), depicted Melchizedek of the Old Testament as a divine deliverer of human nature, yet a priest forever "according to the order of Melchizedek" will be as pledged by the Lord.
This raises a question indicating that the divine appointee Melchizedek as a priest was not from the Hebrew tribe of priests Tribe of Levi but rather belonged to an order even more ancient, the Order of Melchizedek.
And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him.
Melchizedek I s highly revered (In Hebrews 6: 20,
Hebrews 7: 1-17) having the patriarch Abraham handing over to him the tenth of his spoils, and compared with the sons of Levi who received their office of priesthood and were entitled to take th tithes of the people according to their law.
Hence, Melchizedek was regarded as a priest from the order of Melchizedek and not the order of Aaron, and was described as of the making of what was the power of an endless life and not of the law of a carnal commandment.
In fact, Melchizedek is described as a super human. He is interpreted as a sort of a "high priest forever" (Heb 5:6,10) of the New Covenant,
Where as In The Dead Sea Scroll Melchizedek is featured as a heavenly end-time redeemer, doing battle with Belial and his fellow evil spirits. Melchizedek's triumph is described as a high-priestly act of "expiation".
All three major religions Judaism, later Christianity followed by Islam have similar stories of this divine being and his comeback at the end of days to fight and defeat the antichrist. All share a similar tale telling that their profits and messengers had an encounter with this divine being one way or the other.
Moses met him in Sharam el sheikh region as mentioned in Quran and asked to learn from his wisdom, Abraham met him at a much earlier time and handed over to him tenth of his war gains and booties, David then Solomon, Jesus and then Mohamed, not to mention the fact that he lives on the tongues of every follower of the Sufi Sect of Islam and many of those devoted followers claim to have occasional visions of him and learn from his wisdom, some of them go as far as claiming that they have learnt ancient ways to summon him to seek guidance and so on and so forth.
Christians follow the same practice in a different tradition and ritual, and there is Al Khodor Church in Amman where Christian devotees visit and pay respect and offerings raising a prayer or making a wish.
Melchizedek ... also presides over the final judgment and condemnation of his demonic counterpart: Belial, Satan Prince of Darkness.
A planetary prince, an eschatological savior and a worrier of light righteousness whose comeback along with his celestial armies is due at the end of days for the final confrontation against Belial and demons.
As of his reference In 2 Enoch which I personally favor above all, he was spoken of as a child born miraculously to Noah's recently deceased sister-in-law, and the child, with a mark on his chest that stood for a priestly seal.
The boy is named Melchizedek by Noah and his brother Nir, whose wife had been posthumously delivered. In a night vision Nir is told of the impending flood; he is also informed that the archangel [of] Michael will bring Melchizedek to paradise, thus enabling him to escape the flood waters, The is a perfect match with what was described of Thoth final journey from Atlantis prior to its destruction.
Melchizedek will eventually become the chief of priests among the people, and in the end of days he will be revealed yet another time as the chief priest, here we will find that this story matches perfectly with what all of the three major beliefs Judaism, Christianity and Islam share regarding the comeback of the Masaya, Jesus or the Mehdi (the enlightened one) at the end of days.
Melchizedek has three different earthly manifestations: born before the Flood, serving in the postdiluvian age as a great priest, and functioning in the end-time as a messianic priest.
It was also revealed to Melchizedek that he will reappear to do battle with the cosmic forces of darkness.
In the Second Book of Jeu, Zorokothora Melchizedek is a heavenly priest who presides over a heavenly baptism.
Pistis Sophia, Book 4, in which Melchizedek plays a key role in the process of purifying human souls for entry into the "Treasury of Light" and transferring them from the domain of the archons, or earthly rulers, to that heavenly region. The younger material in books 1-3 of Pistis Sophia develops these ideas further: Melchizedek is a heavenly being who seals the saved souls upon their entry into the realm of light.
Based upon one Aya in Quran one can understand that there was also another name for this divine being, which is Azier in Arabic. The Aya speaks of the reckoning of Jews that Azier is the awaited Masaya for the Jews.
What is above mentioned leads us to one definite conclusion that this divine being Melchizedek, Enoch, Thoth, Merlin, St. George, Al Khodor , Hermes or Azier is in fact the most prominent figure in humans history and what makes him most important of all is his comeback for the final confrontation defending righteousness and humanity against the lurking evil forces in the shadows of darkness...
I for one will anxiously wait for such comeback while I prepare a new episode about this champion of humanity.
Adam El Masri
Our valuable member Adam El Masri has been with us since Sat,06 June 2009.