Ancient Book of Jasher

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The Book that is referenced in the Bible, but was left out! Tells the story of the Mixing of DNA of humans and animals. Theses things provoked the Lord! The real reason why the earth was wiped out!

Book of Jubilees

The Book of Jubilees (Hebrew: Sefer haYovelim), sometimes called the Lesser Genesis (Leptogenesis), is an ancient Jewish religious work, considered one of the Pseudepigrapha by most Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Protestant Christians. It was well known to Early Christian writers in the East and the West. Later it was so thoroughly suppressed that no complete Hebrew, Greek or Latin version has survived. It is considered canonical for the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, where it is known as the Book of Division (Ge’ez: Mets’hafe Kufale). In the modern scholarly view, it reworks material found in the biblical books of Genesis and Exodus in the light of concerns of some 2nd century BC Jews.
The Book of Jubilees claims to present “the history of the division of the days of the Law, of the events of the years, the year-weeks, and the jubilees of the world” as secretly revealed to Moses (in addition to the Torah or “Instruction”) by Angels while Moses was on Mount Sinai for forty days and forty nights. The chronology given in Jubilees is based on multiples of seven; the jubilees are periods of 49 years, seven ‘year-weeks’, into which all of time has been divided. According to the author of Jubilees, all proper customs that mankind should follow are determined by God’s decree.
Jubilees covers much of the same ground as Genesis, but often with additional detail, and addressing Moses in the second person as the entire history of creation, and of Israel up to that point, is recounted in divisions of 49 years each, or “Jubilees”. The elapsed time from the creation, up to Moses receiving the scriptures upon Sinai during the Exodus, is calculated as fifty Jubilees, less the 40 years still to be spent wandering in the desert before entering Canaan — or 2,410 years.
Four classes of angels are mentioned: angels of the presence, angels of sanctifications, guardian angels over individuals, and angels presiding over the phenomena of nature. Enoch was the first man initiated by the angels in the art of writing, and wrote down, accordingly, all the secrets of astronomy, of chronology, and of the world’s epochs. As regards demonology, the writer’s position is largely that of the deuterocanonical writings from both New and Old Testament times.
The Book of Jubilees narrates the genesis of angels on the first day of Creation and the story of how a group of fallen angels mated with mortal females, giving rise to a race of giants known as the Nephilim. The Ethiopian version states that the “angels” were in fact the disobedient offspring of Seth (Deqiqa Set), while the “mortal females” were daughters of Cain. This is also the view held by most of the earliest commentators. Their hybrid children, the Nephilim in existence during the time of Noah, were wiped out by the great flood.
Biblical references to “giants” found in Numbers, Deuteronomy, and Joshua have confused some who regard these “giants” to be the same as the antediluvian Nephilim; the Hebrew words for “giants” in most of these verses are “Anakim” or “Rephaim”. (One such verse, Num. 13:33, does refer to the sons of Anak as ‘Nephilim’.) These references do not necessarily contradict the account of the original Nephilim being completely destroyed in the Deluge. However, Jubilees does state that God granted ten percent of the disembodied spirits of the Nephilim to try to lead mankind astray after the flood.
According to this book, Hebrew is the language of Heaven, and was originally spoken by all creatures in the Garden, animals and man, however the animals lost their power of speech when Adam and Eve were expelled. Some time following the Deluge, the earth is apportioned into three divisions for the three sons of Noah, and his sixteen grandsons. After the destruction of the tower of Babel, their families were scattered to their respective allotments, and Hebrew was forgotten, until Abraham was taught it by the angels.
Jubilees also contains a few scattered allusions to the Messianic kingdom. RH Charles in 1913 wrote: “This kingdom was to be ruled over by a Messiah sprung, not from Levi — that is, from the Maccabean family — as some of his contemporaries expected — but from Judah. This kingdom would be gradually realized on earth, and the transformation of physical nature would go hand in hand with the ethical transformation of man until there was a new heaven and a new earth. Thus, finally, all sin and pain would disappear and men would live to the age of 1,000 years in happiness and peace, and after death enjoy a blessed immortality in the spirit world.”


The Message Bible describes it the best:

Earth was a soup of nothingness, a bottomless emptiness, an inky blackness” (Genesis 1:2 Message Bible).

Before the six-day recreation of Genesis, the Earth was a dead and desolate planet, drifting in the freezing night of space. Earth was an underwater-uninhabitable planet wandering in the cold and dark remains of an old creation. The land was submerged and the water’s angry wrath abounded. Abyss called unto abyss. The lonely night got ever darker, longing for the dawn that did not appear. As a lifeless chunk of rock, the World hurried through the cosmos without any sun to warm its waters or touch its lifeless mass.

One questions what caused the Earth to be in this terrible condition. Remember the fact that it had to be remade, but we did not discuss what had happened to cause this destruction. Briefly review Genesis 1:2, again for clarity.

And the earth was (hâyâh) without form, (tôhû) and void ;(bôhû) and darkness (chôshek) was upon the face of the deep (Genesis 1:2 Hebrew)

hâyâh – become, come to pass, became.

tôhû – desolation, or become worthless.

bôhû – ruin.

chôshek – destruction.

A great destruction took place as described by the author of Genesis and later by Jeremiah. This destruction occurred at the fall of Lucifer. We can see from the Hebrew words that destruction took place upon the earth, but I would submit that this entire Solar System fell under judgment. Before continuing, allow me to paraphrase Genesis 1:2 and clarify where this is going.

And the earth became a desolation a worthless ruin and destruction was over its entire face”. (My paraphrase)

This took place not by accident, for God created the world in Genesis 1:1, so we can presume that he created it whole and protected it. Such destruction came by the hand of God, as told by Jeremiah and Isaiah.

Before Lucifer rebelled, there was trade between the planets (Ezekiel 28:13). The members of the Congregation (Assembly) traded among themselves. When Lucifer ruled over the planets, he ruled over all interplanetary trade.

Ezekiel writes,

In much buying and selling you turned violent, you sinned! I threw you, disgraced, off the mountain of God. I threw you out–you, the anointed angel-cherub. No more strolling among the gems of fire for you! (Ezekiel 28:16 MSG)

The Message Bible above is much clearer in this passage than the King James. Look at it in the King James with the help of the Hebrew below:

By the multitude of thy merchandise (rekûllâh) they have filled the midst of thee with violence.” (Ezekiel 28:16)

rekûllâh – trade, traffic as in peddling.


Lucifer was filled with the kind of “pride” that is called “mafia mentality.”

He desired to extend his personal rule beyond what was given to him; hence, falling into this mafia mentality. Basically, he yearned to reach beyond the stars to rule all the material and spiritual realms himself!

Satan is portrayed as ruler of the nations on Earth. This passage shows that there were nations of people inhabiting the Earth at the time of his rebellion. The phrase, “which didst weaken the nations,” makes it quite clear.

How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High. Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit. They that see thee shall narrowly look upon thee, and consider thee, saying, Is this the man that made the earth to tremble, that did shake kingdoms; That made the world as a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that opened not the house of his prisoners? (Isaiah 14:12-17 KJV)

Thus both Jeremiah and Isaiah confirm this Pre-Adamite world that “then was.” Before Adam, civilizations of angels existed on the Earth and also perhaps on other terrestrial planets. Satan was destroyed from the midst of the “stones of fire “(i.e. the planets, Ezekiel 28:16). Evidence of this exists in such places as the Cydonia section of Mars. A more interesting trip to take is the legend of the destroyed planet, Rahab, which is thought to have been the home of an angelic civilization, perhaps Satan’s home world. Rahab means boaster or pride. Beliefs are that it was the fifth planet out, where the asteroid belt is now located.

The pillars of heaven are stunned at His rebuke. He quiets The sea with his power, and by his understanding He shatters (maw-khats, dashes asunder),

Rahab, by His spirit the heavens were beautiful; His hand forbids the fugitive snake. (Job 26:11-13 KJV).

On Earth, the same judgments are taking place. God is destroying cities that were created prior to Adam’s existence. Rahab means boaster or pride.

Psalm 89:10 says,

You have broken Rahab in pieces, as one slain: you have scattered your enemies with your mighty arm.”

To quote another author, David Flynn:

The planet of the “Covering Cherub” is still evident within the debris, asteroids and comets, which are strewn throughout our solar system. Significantly, these chunks of the rebel angel’s planet, cosmic stones, have been used to mete out God’s judgment throughout history.

God’s judgment on the rebels continued as the incomprehensibly violent and genetically unlikely dinosaurs, the very image of the dragon. “That old serpent” was destroyed with another chunk of the rebel cherub’s planet.

Perhaps, the best time frame for when this happened would be during what we now call the Late Heavy Bombardment Period, which was approximately 4.1 to 3.8 billion years ago.

During this time, a large number of impact craters were formed on the Moon (also by inference), on Earth, Mercury, Venus, and Mars from the breakup of the planet within the asteroid belt, Rahab. Evidence for such an event comes from the dating of lunar samples that indicate most impact rocks formed in this narrow time interval. As seen in Genesis 1:2, the solar system was damaged beyond any self-repair. Earth alone received 22,000 impact craters, and several of them had diameters larger than 5,000 miles. What is now known as the Caribbean is in actuality a geologic structure from that era. The Earth became a formless void and the solar system was damaged by means of these great rocks from Rahab’s judgment.

Astronomers agree that the Solar System has always had four giant planets; Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus. Current claims are that it is much more likely to have been home to a fifth giant planet (no longer in the Solar System), of which remnants are now the asteroid belt.

Computer simulations by the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, show that it is statistically and extremely unlikely that the solar system began with four giants.

By their calculations, it only had a 2.5 per cent chance of reaching its current population and orbital layout with four giants. However, it was 10 times more probable to develop into its present state if there was a fifth monster body in the mix. In order to reach these conclusions, they ran 6,000 simulations of the Solar System’s birth and early development.

Rahab was once a planet, like Earth but larger, that orbited the sun. The similarity was more along the lines of Saturn and Rahab’s mass was large enough to hold ten Earths, plus it had a nearly circular orbit. Those remains are now the asteroid belt, as just discussed.

The asteroid belt is only a small remainder of the planet Rahab that once resided in the region between Mars and Jupiter. However, after Rahab met its destruction, gravitation and interactions with other worlds caused most of the mass to be lost in the rest of the Solar System and space. This also explains the moons within the Solar System. The moons, the rings of matter around the gas planets Jupiter, Uranus, Saturn and Neptune are leftovers of Rahab.

Due to their very strong gravitation, the planets Jupiter and Saturn attracted most of Rahab’s non-gaseous matter.

Uranus and Neptune also magnetized debris and incorporated it into their planetary systems.

Meteors and comets provide another argument in favor of a destroyed planet. Comets cannot date back to the beginning of the Solar System. This is because they consist of evolved matter such as water, which cannot form in the void of space. Water can only result on the surface of a planet with an atmosphere. In addition, comets often have rocks in their core. Meteors are debris from Rahab’s crust that was blown away by the destruction, deeply into space, but the sun’s gravity forced them to come back in an irregular orbit.

With Lucifer’s rebellion, death and corruption began to pervade the cosmos under his rule. Because he was the ruler of the whole creation under heaven, when he was cut down, all things were subjected to corruption and death. The ancient cosmos had the judgment of death upon it. Over the geologic ages, the universe and all things in it began to decay.

Many readers will question these statements, thinking that death first came into existence in the Garden of Eden with Adam’s fall. Regardless, Satan’s fall was before Adam because when Satan approached Adam and Eve, he was already a fallen angel and had to use the body of a snake to tempt Eve. Again, the only possible explanation is that Lucifer’s fall was before the re-creation of the earth; otherwise, it would have been recorded as happening during Adam’s time.

Romans 5:12 says,

Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned.

This passage does not prove there was no death in the world before Adam sinned, neither does it rule out a Pre-Adamite world and its subsequent destruction. It merely means that Adam brought sin and death to himself as well as his offspring. However, nothing is said about any Pre-Adamite beings that may have preceded Adam.

The Greek word translated here as world is kosmos, meaning the earth and its inhabitants. In other words, kosmos is a “people” or “social system.”

Adam caused sin and death in the world, or social system of humanity, but it is irrelevant in regards to another world or social system of Pre-Adamites.

Corinthian 15:21-22 says,

For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive

Again, this scriptural passage does not prohibit the creation and destruction of a Pre-Adamite world; it simply states that Adam brought sin and death to humanity. The reader should now be able to grasp why Elohim fashioned a Garden for Adam.

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In the beginning (rê’shı̂yth) God (‘ĕlôhı̂ym) created (bârâ’) the heaven (shâmayim shâmeh) and the earth (‘erets).” (Genesis 1:1, KJV)


The first book of the Bible, Genesis, opens with a statement, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1, KJV). When reading this, one thinks the Bible is telling about the first thing God did; however, it is not! The Bible unabashedly opens with the fact that God exists.


Beginning (rê’shı̂yth) – principal thing (Hebrew)

(KJV) 1631 Holy Bible, Robert Barker/John Bill...

God (‘ĕlôhı̂ym) – Elohim (Hebrew)


Genesis makes no bones about His existence. It states, “Principal thing Elohim”. Therefore, we must take this at face value. There was nothing in existence before God, and then we are told God created. There is much we can learn in this first verse, let us look at it in the Hebrew.
Elohim and EL

Elohim is plural. Why use a plural for a single god, in addition, why this odd plural form of Elohim. The name Elohim is unique to Hebraic thinking and is quite rare in the Hebrew language. No other Semitic language uses this word. The masculine plural ending does not mean “gods” when referring to the true God of Israel. When Elohim relates to a singular being (the true God or a false god), it takes a singular verb. References to more than one entity, as in the heavenly powers or the human judges, are when it takes a plural verb. However, when considering the Trinity, that form indeed allows for the plurality within the Godhead which is revealed in the New Testament.

This word’s identification of God, angels, man, and idols can only be understood correctly by remembering the root word “El” means power; including in the Canaanite or proto-Semitic languages (Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament). In such light, it is clear that the Hebrews applied the name Elohim to the true God because it conveyed one of his attributes – power. Therefore, the best understanding of Elohim is, “the all-powerful one.”

The name El, which in plural form is Elohim, has to do with the first experience that people had of nature’s power. El is also the Ugarit term for god. When used of the true God of Israel, El is usually qualified by additional words that further define the meaning and distinguish him from false gods. These other names for God are sometimes called “construct forms,” such as Elohei Kedem, God of the beginning. On the other hand, “eternal God,” is used in Deuteronomy 33:27 (KJV). Elohim is also often accompanied by the article ha-, meaning “the.” Interestingly, Elohim is used over 7000 times in the Hebrew Old Testament. Elohim has the two letters “Aleph Tav”, the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet as a grammatical marker. It reminds one of Christ in the Book of Revelation stating that He is the Alpha and the Omega (1:8, KJV).


To better understand the word Elohim we need to look at Psalm 82:1:

“Elohim has taken his place in the assembly of EL, in the midst of the Elohim He holds judgment.”

The Syriac version renders it, “In the congregation of angels”

In this psalm, God takes his place as leader of the divine council. The psalmist pictures God standing in the “assembly of El,” where he accuses the angels of failing to promote justice on earth and carry out their responsibilities (Genesis 6:4). God pronounces sentence upon them by announcing that those angels will die like men. Their fate for unfairness and wickedness means they will also be cast into the Lake of Fire on Judgment Day.