121. Zecharia Sitchin, Erich von Däniken and the spaceships

Before I will explain what Ezekiel saw and show that Sitchin and von Däniken
see in it their own believes(call it wishful thinking). I will first go to the text of the
Book of Ezekiel itself.

“Now as I looked I saw a wheel upon the earth beside the living creatures, their
construction being as it were a wheel within a wheel.
The four wheels had rims and they had spokes, and their rims were full of eyes
round about, and when the living creatures went, the wheels went beside them.
And when the living creatures rose from the earth, the wheels rose.
Where ever the spirit would go, they went, and the wheels rose along with them.
For the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels.”

Some of you who studied all the previous articles will likely be able to place
the wheels, the star of Beth le hem, the tree of good and evil. The 8 is made up
of two circles(wheels) and one is having its roots in the earth and its crown pointing
to the sky, the other is a mirror image of it, meaning that it has its roots in heaven
and its crown on the earth.

Each point on the rim where the spoke touches is like an eye, and in the middle
the vesica piscis or fish bladder, a fish eye never closes!
By the way fish in old Greek lettering is IXOYE which stood for Jesus Christ.

The rim can be seen also as your aura, it’s the radiation of your being and this indeed
does go where ever you go, when you leave this earth it leaves with you.

Naturally much more can and will in time be said about this, for now I wish to leave it at this, but I will say one thing for those believers among you who’s interest is so strongly pointed to extra-terrestrial life, yes there is life in the universe and it is conscious, but it is different from your ideas about it, not even depending on which man depends on.

Just one more thing for you to ponder upon in the light of all previous articles:
Aarons rod (in the old testament) was made out of almond wood.



Moshiya van den Broek