From The Alpha and the Omega - Chapter Four
by Jim A. Cornwell, Copyright © 1995, all rights reserved
" Chapter Four Overview "
Chapter Four the Ninth Day of Taurus 4530 B.C. and opposite Scorpius.
This chapter will explore Unicorns, Aurochs, Wisent and Bull Worship.
The opposite Scorpio is apparent here with other archeological evidence in the Kudurru, Meli-Shipak and Nebuchadnezzar boundary stones and the Warka Vase.
Then the Hebrew calendar and information about the Feast and Holy Days is reviewed
with a follow up on other calendars and references to the Ages.
Included is Egyptian astronomy and the Golden Ages of Osiris or Dionysus.
The history of the Protodynastic Period (3100-2700 B.C.) the bull of Memphis,
the Egyptian-Greek connection, the Crete and Cretans,
early Mesopotamia and the Aegean cultures are examined.
Is there evidence of Abram? -- Sargon did he exist?
Abram went to Egypt, the Kingdoms of Egypt.
The mystery of Melchizedek the priest of the Most High God,
followed by the mystery of Eliezer of Damascus, 318 Servants,
and future Servant.
The controversy of Abramís mysterious transformation to Abraham.
Dating the Patriarchal Age -
Abram went to Canaan, Abramís posterity, and the renewed Covenant.
Connection of Abraham, Nergal, and Babylon.
Cities of the Plain.
Abraham at Mamre with the Three Angels, Genesis 18.
The Destruction of Sodom and Gommorrah, Genesis 19.
The definition of the angelic world.
Drawing -- Abram/Abrahamís journey.
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