Wednesday, 16 July 2008


Cary G Dean.

Here are some verses that indicate that mankind is that very dust.

Num 23:10 "Who can count the dust of Jacob"

Job 30:19 "He hath cast me into the mire, and I am become like dust and ashes".

Psalms 103:14 "For he knoweth our frame; he remembereth that we are dust".

Isaiah 34:7 "And the unicorns shall come down with them, and the bullocks with the bulls; and their land shall be soaked with blood, and their dust made fat with fatness".

Basically their bodies made fat.

Zephaniah 1:17b "and their blood shall be poured out as dust, and their flesh as the dung"

Perhaps this links to the reason for the dust and ashes, people used to put over heads when repenting and it is likely also linked to this instructional verse:

Matthew 10:14 "And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet".

So dust basically, is the basic ingredient for flesh or bodies, whether it is man or creature.

Spirit, Soul and Dust make up mankind.

Again proving we are made in the likeness of our Creator one in three and three in one. Angels by the way are at best, two in one beings, physical body and spirit but no "Living Soul".

It is possible that they are only spirit being's.

Many people are now saying that when light particles slow down or stops, it can become solid or at least pliable into any shape desired. So it could be that these spirit beings only have a physical form when turning up in our physical dimension.

Mankind was actually created then, more in the likeness of the Creator than the angels were! Maybe that's what it means when the bible says that man was made a little above the angels?

Many angels were created in the Image of GOD, but not in his likeness.
That's just some of the verses, but the picture should be clear just with them.

So the serpents were cursed by God to have to eat the seed of woman or mankind to live, which in turn explains some other things like the millions of kidnappings and abductions down through history.

Anyway, that's the dust of the earth explained, so now I can explain the rest of the phrases in these two verses.

"Upon thy belly shalt thou go".

For years I have thought about crocodiles on their bellies and struggled to make sense of this verse. In fact this is nothing to do with reptiles and serpents having to crawl on their bellies.

In many versions, this has been mistranslated:

For instance the NIV says: "You will crawl on your belly". Many others have disguised the true meaning by simply changing upon thy belly to, "ON thy belly you shall go" which gives the picture of things crawling on their bellies.

This entire scenario is a cleverly disguised one.

What upon thy belly shalt thou go really means, is basically the same as the phrase "An army marches on its stomach".

So we have this bizarre situation whereby, wherever mankind is, there the serpent MUST be also.

So upon thy belly shall thy go means that their primary necessity above all else, is to secure a permanent food supply,

A food source of PEOPLE!!!

This adds a lot of credence to the stories of millions of people over mans history being literally shipped off to other nearby planets for what is basically,


When these adversaries of mankind show up openly, just like they did some 5,000 years ago, they will of course reintroduce human sacrifice.

Not only that but they fully intend us to be the ones that not only worship them as gods, but serve up our fellow brothers and sisters for their supper!

Of course by that time though, most people will be chipped, Dumbed down, and totally under robotic control.

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Stuart Harrison

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