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Published On: Sun, Oct 16th, 2016

The Satanic Democrats vs American Nationalism

A wise person will change their beliefs and ideology, when faced with new information.  A foolish person refuses to verify new information, and will not change.

After the end of the Ice Age, came Earth’s fifth extinction, after 11,000 BC.  Following that, in 7200 BC, Yehovah restored life on Earth, for a fifth time, during Restoration Week Five.  On the fifth day (Thursday) of that week, God created the modern fish and mammals of the sea, as opposed to the sea monsters (sea dinosaurs) He created on the fifth day of Restoration Week One, in 244 Million BC. 

In our era, on the sixth day, which was Friday, God made Adam, then made the Garden of Eden for him to live in.  Notice the differences from Genesis chapter one?

God admonishing Adam and Eve by Domenichino circa 1623-1625

God admonishing Adam and Eve by Domenichino circa 1623-1625

After 100 years, Yehovah made the modern animals so that Adam would no longer be alone. Adam spent weeks and maybe months naming all the animals, only to feel lonely  again after the novelty with the animals wore off in several years. 

By 7000 BC, Yehovah put Adam to sleep in the middle of the day (Saturday), took one of his ribs, and made Eve.

From 7000 BC, to 4267 BC, Adam & Eve were in innocence, immortal, remaining young, equivalent to the age of thirty.  But during that time, Eve often was off on her own, sometimes talking to the serpent, who seemed to always be hanging around or upon the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. 

Why was the serpent always there?  Why wasn’t the serpent with its mate?  Did it have a mate?  If there were no others, wouldn’t it become extinct?

After years of gaining Eve’s trust, the serpent suggested that Eve should eat of the evil tree. 

Eve was told by Adam (not Yehovah), to not eat of the tree, else in the day that anyone does, they would die.  As you know, the serpent contradicted God’s Law, suggesting that God did not want humans to “evolve into being gods”. Eve was foolish enough to believe that lie.

Eve had the choice to either believe what her Creator said, or to believe what the serpent was saying.  Who was the most likely liar?  She should have done some research.  The serpent was older, and had been around longer than Eve.  She should have had the good sense to go talk to Adam first, who was here before the serpent.  But no, she ate of the fruit, and it tasted so good, better than any of the other fruits in the garden.  Also she felt “enlightened”, and since nothing adverse happened, she took some of the fruit to Adam.

However, when Adam eat of the fruit, immediately, the “brimstone hit the fan”.  As long as a leaf in the Summer is attached to the tree, it has life.  But as soon as it torn away, nothing seems to change at first.  But its life source is taken away, and it begins to wither and die, as time goes

That’s what happened to Adam, Eve, and all of humanity that were born of the seed ofhuman males.  That’s one of several reasons why Yeshua could not have a human father.

The following is my assessment of what is happening.

What does the above have to do with the Democrats? 

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About the Author

- Herman Cummings is a computer data analyst, who used his training to analyze the written text of Genesis. On EasterSunday, in 1990, a lady stood up in Sunday School and asked the pastor “How can I teach my children about Adam & Eve, when all they are taught is evolution in school?”. The pastor could only say “Just believe the Bible”. That was of no help to the lady. So Herman Cummings began his research to resolve the issue, since the worlds of Creationism and Theology could not literally reconcile Genesis with scientific reality. After receiving the revelation of the first chapter from the Lord in December 1993, Herman Cummings became the world’s leading expert on the book of Genesis (Bereshit).

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