Some food for thought, I was reading my bible when I came across the word "Sheshach" which according to my kJ bible means "the (great) six". I became amazed at what I found at this site! check it out at Mene Tekel bible code riddles.I was also stunned at Merodach which is babylonian interpreted as "that (great) rebel", Nimrod!
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The # of the Beast = Mene, Mene, Tekel, Parsin
Posted 30 March 2008 - 12:23 PM
Posted 31 March 2008 - 01:34 PM
I dont find the exact same meaning but you are on to something this is a hidden acrosticJer 25:26 And all the kings of the north, far and near, one with another, and all the kingdoms of the world, which [are] upon the face of the earth: and the king of Sheshach shall drink after them. Jer 51:41 How is Sheshach taken! and how is the praise of the whole earth surprised! how is Babylon become an astonishment among the nationsSheshach = "thy fine linen"1) another name for Babylon apparently taken from the goddess 'Shach'But the The idea is same as I have said many times there is nothing in the New Testament that isnt somewhere in the Old. Even if it is a type (or forerunner)and it seems you have run across one of these types Sheshach as another name for Babylon. When ever we see Babylon it can have a both literial and symbolic,spirtaul meaning Babylon is always acociated with types of Evil, and or Satan as the Word means confusion and God is not the author of confusion.Now the something, It is very intersting that you have seen this it is called an acrostic it is hidden and holds a hidden thing,or meanig,or it can lock the Massorah so that it could not be changed It also holds speacial meaning the Elect or those who have a deep undertstanding in this case the end time generation because it has to do with end times It is very important that you understand who this "king of Sheshach" is. Without the Massorah text the word would be totally lost. The Massorah explains; "the word is "Babel", being a cipher by which the last letter of the alphabet is put for the first, and the next to last is the second to the the first and so on." In other words, "sh sh ch" becomes "B. B. L.", or "Babel" in the Hebrew tongue. "Sheshach" is an acrostic, which is a hidden word in the Hebrew manuscripts, that only God's elect will know and understand the actual meaning of what is stated here. So after all the people drink of the wrath of God, only "Sheshach" will be left to drink what remains. Friend, this is a hidden message telling you and I today that the message of this warning is given only to our generation. It has nothing to do with the fall of Jerusalem in the time of Jeremiah, but what each of us, one of God's elect should be on the lookout for.Keep in mind that the Massorah is the original footnotes to the Word of God, given by Nehemiah, and it is not a translation form any language. It is a fence built around all parts of the original meaning of the Word of God, and no Kenite or scribe can change any part of the original text without being notices. The Companion Bible is the only Bible that uses and explains the original meanings, as they are written in the Massorah. This message is written to us to let us know that in the last days, before Christ returns there would be one called "Babel", which is the king of Babylon of the end times that will sit over a one world order claiming to be Christ. The entire peoples of the earth will believe that person, all except God's elect. Spiritually speaking they will all become part of the bride of the wrong Christ, the Antichrist. .............................great work finding the word Precepts !
Posted 05 April 2008 - 07:06 PM
The Young's Analytical Concordance simply agrees that the word "Sheshach" is a word representative of the empire of Babylon, with reference to its iron gates and its idols. In reading the book of Jeremiah we should keep in mind that Jeremiah, as a biblical writer was a contemporary with both Ezekiel and Daniel in the early peiod just prior to the destruction Jerusalem and the captivity of Judah about 605 to 602BC. And consider that It was not untill the end of the 70 years of Judah's captivity in Babylon that Daniel read and began to understood Jeremiah's prophecy with regard to these years of captivity foretold by the writer/prophet Jeremiah. Daniel 9:1-2 > Jer.25:11-12, 12:10. Daniel lived to see the reality of Jeremiah's prophetic time revelation from the beginning to its close in the reign of Cyrus the Persian in about the year 538BC. We can be certain that Daniel was a believer in the accuracy of God's prophetic events with their time revelations relative the sequential rise and fall of the nations as given to both Jeremiah and to himself, for the assurance of all that God does know, and has shared with the world the evidence for the "signs" toward the events of His two comings and His "days" toward the establishing His "everlasting Kingdom."
Posted 05 April 2008 - 09:13 PM
Keep in mind that the Massorah is the original footnotes to the Word of God, given by Nehemiah, and it is not a translation form any language. It is a fence built around all parts of the original meaning of the Word of God, and a scribe can not change any part of the original text without being notices. The Companion Bible is the only Bible that uses and explains the original meanings, as they are written in the Massorah. However you are correct in that it is represenitive of Babylon but it is still written as a hidden acrostic in the hebrew manuscipts which gives it a special meaning.
Posted 06 April 2008 - 12:17 PM
The Sheshach also has to do with the Menorah. The center candle of the seven candlesticks which is aslo called the Shammash/Shaman. 666 representing Shamen of the universal religion of Paganism. "For without are dogs and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie", Rev 22:15. I believe this to be the unforgivable sin against the Holy Spirit.
Posted 06 April 2008 - 10:26 PM
Interesting note here on the Word sorcerer's in the Greek the Word ispharmakeus from pharmakon (a drug, i.e. spell-giving potion)it is where we get our word pharmaceutical and means one who makes or takes pharmaceuticals or drugs