In this presentation we shall discover that Abraham was the first major prophet that was sent to the new race of mankind, which is what we are. We shall soon discover that we are all his descendants.

The following biblical descriptions also tell us who were the descendants of the three sons of Noah. The previous descriptions, given to us in chapter eleven, gave us the descendants of two of the sons of Noah, the Sons of Japeth and all of the descendants of Ham. Now it is going to describe to us who are the descendants of Noah's third son whose name was Shem.


We should keep reminding ourselves that this is the story of God's prophets whose teachings survived for hundreds of years before they were replaced by the teachings of other prophets who came after them. Abraham was the first major prophet that God sent to teach His new race of men who were the descendants of the three sons of the prophet Noah.

This is the table of the descendants of Shem who was a hundred years old when he begot Arphaxad, two years after the flood. After the birth of Arphaxad he lived five hundred years, and had other sons and daughters. Arphaxad was thirty five years old when he begot Shelah. After the birth of Shelah he lived four hundred and three years, and had other sons and daughters.

Shelah was thirty years old when he begot Eber. After the birth of Eber he lived four hundred and three years, and had other sons and daughters. Eber was thirty four years old when he begot Peleg. After the birth of Peleg he lived four hundred and thirty years, and had other sons and daughters. Peleg was thirty years old when he begot Reu. After the birth of Reu he lived two hundred and nine years, and had other sons and daughters.

Reu was thirty two years old when he begot Serug. After the birth of Serug he lived two hundred and seven years, and had other sons and daughters. Serug was thirty years old when he begot Nahor. After the birth of Nahor he lived two hundred years, and had other sons and daughters. Nahor was twenty nine years old when he begot Terah. After the birth of Terah he lived a hundred and nineteen years, and had other sons and daughters.

Terah was seventy years old when he begot Abram, Nahor and Haran. Haran was the father of Lot. Haran died in the presence of his father in the land of his birth, Ur of the Chaldees. Abram and Nahor married wives ; Abram's wife was called Sarai, and Nahor's Milcah. She was Haran's daughter; and he was also the father of Milcah and of Iscah. Sarai was barren; she had no child.

Terah took his son Abram, and grandson Lot the son of Haran, and his daughter-in-law Sarai Abram's wife, and they set out from Ur of the Chaldees for the land of Canaan. But when they reached Harran, they settled there. Terah was two hundred and five years old when he died in Harran. Genesis 11 : 10 to 11 : 32

The above descriptions are not only telling us who where the descendants of Noah's family but it is also telling us who were God's prophets who came to mankind following one another and overlapping each other. Let us review the list of prophets beginning with the first man who was Adam. The first prophet who came to the race of the giant men was Adam and then came Seth, Enosh was the third prophet to be sent to humanity.

Then came Kenan followed by Mahalalel who was followed by Jared. Then came Enosh followed by Methuselah. Then came Lamech followed by the great prophet Noah. Genesis chapter eleven continues to give us the names of God's prophets who came after Noah. Shem, who was one of Noah's three sons, became the next prophet after Noah and he was followed by Arphaxad who was himself followed by Shelah. Then came Eber who was followed by Peleg. Then came Reu followed by Serug. Then Nahor was followed by Terah who begot Abram who was God's next prophet but who was a major prophet whose name was later changed by God himself to Abraham.

As we continue our biblical research, we may perhaps discover many more of God's prophets who were sent to humanity in order to teach us how to live properly. The prophets of those days were numerous and they all came with a single purpose - to help humanity to move continuously forward in an orderly fashion in order to form a continuously advancing society.

The Lord said to Abram, "Leave your own country, your kinsmen, and your father's house, and go to a country that I will show you. I will make you into a great nation, I will bless you and make your name so great that it shall be used in blessings : Those that bless you I will bless, those that curse you, I will execrate. All the families on earth will pray to be blessed as you are blessed." Genesis 12 : 1-2-3

We previously discovered that Noah was a descendant of the new race of men that God had created. Abram was a descendant of the family of prophets that originated with Noah himself. In this story, the prophet Abram is told by God himself to leave the house of his father and to immigrate to another land. He is promised that if he does as the Lord requested, from his descendants will come a great nation.

From his descendants first came the Arabic nation and then the Jewish nation was born. Abram would receive God's blessings because he listened to the Lord and he did immigrate to another land as he had been requested by God.

In this new Aquarius Revelation, we have been informed that Abraham was forced to go into exile by the people of his days because he believed in a singular invisible God and the people of his days believed in many false god's. Therefore we have no choice but to say that the biblical story had to be rewritten by the early Jewish Rabbis who wrote that it was God who sent him into exile. That story is part of the old testament which is the story of the Jewish nation, those who believed in the teachings of the prophet Moses.

And so Abram set out as the Lord had bidden him, and Lot went with him. Abram was seventy five years old when he left Harran. He took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot.....and they started on their journey to Canaan ...There the Lord appeared to Abram and said, "I give this land to your descendants." ...Thus Abram journeyed by stages towards the Negeb. Genesis 12 : 4 to 12 : 9

Let us keep in mind the fact that it was the spiritual teachings of Abram which were seventy five years old when Abram left the house of his father. God sent Abram to the land of Canaan and it was there that he would father a great nation as God had promised him, it was the Arabic and the Jewish nations which he fathered. We will study that story as closely as we possibly can so that we may learn all of the facts that the story is attempting to tell us.


Abram went up from Egypt into the Negeb, he and his wife and all that he had, and Lot went with him. Abram was now very rich in cattle and in silver and gold. From the Negeb he journeyed by stages to Bethel, to the place between Bethel and Ai where he had pitched his tent in the beginning, where he had set up an altar on the first occasion and had invoked the Lord by name. Genesis 13 : 1 to 13 : 4

After Lot and Abram had departed, the Lord said to Abram, "Raise your eyes and look into the distance from the place where you are, north and south, east and west. All the land you can see I will give to you and to your descendants for ever. I will make your descendants countless as the dust of the earth ; if anyone could count the dust upon the ground, then he could count your descendants. Now go through the length and breadth of the land, for I give it to you." So Abram moved his tent and settled by the terebinths of Mamre at Hebron; and there he built an altar to the Lord. Genesis 13 : 14 to 13 : 18

A certain friction had developed between Abram and his nephew Lot because their flocks had become too numerous. So Abram, not wanting to quarrel with his nephew, told him that it was best that they each go their own way. Abram left the territory where he was residing accompanied by his family and with all of his numerous flocks. He then proceeded to the territory of Hebron where he found a beautiful oak forest. That is the location where he built an altar to the Lord who was the God of his father and of his forefathers.

The Lord had spoken to Abram and He had told him that his descendants would someday be as numerous and as countless as the dust of the earth. His descendants would eventually reside in the east, in the west, in the north and in the south of the planet. In other words, they would eventually populate all areas of the planet. So we have no choice but to say that all of the people who live on this planet are all the descendants of that first major prophet who was sent to the new race of mankind that began with the descendants of the three sons of Noah.


Chapter fourteen of Genesis is describing to us a war which took place in those ancient days. Many kings revolted themselves against one another and went to war against one another in the Sidon valley next to the salted sea. I will not mention the names of those kings because they are very difficult to write and even more difficult to pronounce. Those kings initiated a war against the giant men, which the Bible labels the Nephilims or the Anakims. They won the battle against them. The giant men had ravaged all of the countryside, including the twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.

Those kings left the battle scenes taking with them everything they had stolen from those cities. Lot, Abram's nephew, was also taken prisoner during that encounter. As soon as Abram heard about it, he left with all of the men who were loyal to him and succeeded to liberate his nephew. He brought back his nephew Lot and all the goods that the various kings had taken from him.

Finally Abram negotiated with those kings in the presence of the Great king whose name was Melchizedek, the king of Salem. Then Abram made peace with the other kings but that peace came about because of the intervention of the king of Salem who was a respected wise man and possibly a great spiritualist. Was he also from the race of the giant men?

Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought food and wine. He was priest of God Most High, and he pronounced his blessings on Abram: "Blessed be Abram by God most high, Creator of heaven and earth. And blessed be God Most high, who has delivered your enemies into your power."

Abram gave him a tithe of all the booty. The king of Sodom said to Abram, "Give me the people, and you can take the property"; but Abram said to the king of Sodom, "I lift my hand and swear by the Lord, God Most High, Creator of heaven and earth : not a thread or a shoe-string will I accept of anything that is yours. You shall never say, "I made Abram rich." I will accept nothing but what the young men have eaten and the share of the men who went with me. Aner, Eshcol, and Mamre shall have their share." Genesis 14 : 18 to 14 : 24


The story continues and Abram is now finding out what God expects of him. Abram was given a vision in which he saw the Almighty God himself who told him that He would be rewarded because He was very pleased with all of his actions.

After this the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision. He said, "Do not be afraid, Abram, I am giving you a very great reward." Abram replied, "Lord God, what can you give me? You have given me no children, and so my heir must be a slave born in my house." Then came the word of the Lord to him : "This man shall not be your heir; your heir shall be a child of your own body."

He took Abram outside and said, "Look up into the sky, and count the stars if you can. So many", he said, "shall your descendants be." Abram put his faith in the Lord, and the Lord counted that faith to him as righteousness; Genesis 15 : 1 to 15 : 6

Abram is told that he will be rewarded because he listened to the words of the Lord and immigrated to the land of Canaan. However, Abram now asks the Lord, "How can I father a nation when I do not have an heir", Abram's wife was sterile. God answers Abram by telling him that he definitely will have an heir which he shall father and that his descendants will become as numerous as the stars in the celestial vault. Which obviously means that Abram will have a wife who will bear him a son because God has promised him that he would have a son from his own flesh and that there would be numerous descendants through that son.


The Lord speaks to Abram once more and tells him certain things which seems very strange but which obviously have great meanings. Can we discover the secret of those sayings? Yes we can if we analyse them very carefully.

...he said to him, "I am the Lord who brought you out from Ur of the Chaldees to give you this land to occupy." Abram said, "O lord God, how can I be sure that I shall occupy it?" The Lord answered, "Bring me a heifer three years old, a she-goat three years old, a ram three years old, a turtle-dove, and a fledging." Genesis 15 : 7 to 15 : 9

The Lord tells Abram that his descendants shall occupy all the lands which He Has given to him. Abram was given the land of Canaan, which is the ancient land of the giant men. Why is the answer that God gives to Abram so strange, why does He tell Abram to fetch him certain animals and various types of birds?

There is a great secret hidden in that saying, so let us see if we are capable of discovering it. The heifer, the she-goat and the ram are all three years old but the ages of the turtle-dove and the fledging are not given. However, I have asked some experts and they tell me that the lifespan of the turtle-dove and of the fledging is normally only one year. So if we add together the ages of the three animals and of the two birds, we get 3+3+3+1+1=11. What does it mean, can we explain it? Yes we most certainly can.

We have proof that, in the days of the first major prophet Abram (Abraham), their calendar had 360 days per year. The birth of Abram can be proven by Astronomy and it dates all the way back to 2007 BC, the great Nostradamus has given us the necessary clues. If we multiply 360 X 11 we get for answer 3960 years. If we subtract the date which Abram was born from 3960 we get 1953 (3960-2007=1953).

Did something happen in 1953, did we perhaps miss a great world event? Yes we most certainly did. In 1953, in the Holy Land and on God's Holy Mountain on Mount Carmel, the Guardian of God's new Faith launched a ten year plan for the spiritual conquest of the world. That crusade allowed most of the planetary countries to be opened to the faith, to God's new teachings. The guardian died in 1957 before the end of the ten year plan which has been a success. Ten years, after the beginning of the ten year plan, the Universal House was established by a process of indirect voting which seemed to have been the only way at the time. Thus God's new Faith had somehow survived exactly as it had been predicted.

The majority of the people of our world are still not aware that such a great event has occurred. The Jewish nation who live in the Holy Land, in the land of Israel, are also not aware that the greatest marvel that God has ever sent to humanity is sitting in their own backyard. It has occurred exactly as prophesied by God himself when He spoke to the first major Prophet that God sent to the new race of mankind and whose name was Abram until God later changed it to Abraham.

In God's new Revelation, we have been told that the local spiritual houses will someday be called local Houses of Justice. However, the necessary principles for their establishment has not yet been given. In the future, a thousand years from now, God's new Manifestation will give mankind the necessary principles to establish those local spiritual Houses of justice. We have been told that they, in turn, will vote in members to an international House that will be called the international House of justice. The proof can be found in the will and testament of the returned Christ's eldest son.

It is interesting to note that the principles that are necessary to establish the houses of justice will only be given in the future, a thousand years from now, by God's new Manifestation who will also be a king.

Local, and international Houses of justice cannot possibly be established in this new revelation for the simple reason that the necessary principles of operation have not yet been given. They will be given by God's new Manifestation, a thousand years from now. The proof follows, it was given us by the eldest son of God's new Manifestation whose name is Adu'l-Baha, meaning the servant of Baha'u'llah. That proof may be found in "Baha'i world faith", towards the last pages of the text dedicated to Abdu'l-Baha.

* O you who are firm in the covenant. It is utterly impossible to establish the House of Justice which is mentioned in the book of Aqdas, nay rather it is impracticable and not to be taught of, that is for the time when the Cause is proclaimed and the commands have become effective. Therefore now is not the time for the House of Justice, which must be established by general election. Its mention is not permissible and its realization impossible.
Signed : God's servant - The Branch from the Most Holy Tree

The following is the continuation of this presentation concerning creation.

Then, as the sun was going down, a trance came over Abram and great fear came upon him. The Lord said to Abram, "Know this for certain, that your descendants will be aliens living in a land that is not theirs ; they will be slaves, and will be held in oppression there for four hundred years. But I will punish that nation whose slaves they are, and after that they shall come out with great possessions. You yourself shall join your fathers in peace and be buried in a good old age ; and the fourth generation shall return here, for the Amorites will not be ripe for punishment till then." Genesis 15 : 12 to 15 : 16

At nighttime, right after the sun had gone down, Abram fell into a trance and had a vision of the Lord who spoke to him and who told him that his descendants, which would be the Jewish nation, would be slaves of another nation for a period of four hundred years.

God promises that He will eventually punish the nation who would be holding them as slaves. After four hundred years as slaves in the land of Egypt the great prophet Moses, who had been raised in the Pharaoh's own household, succeeded to allow all of the Israelites to exit from the land of Egypt. That story may be found in the book of Exodus. But how is Abram to father a new nation, he still did not have any children of his own? Would the Lord insure that he gets a new wife so that he may have children born of his own flesh?


Abram's wife Sarai had borne him no children. Now she had an Egyptian slave-girl whose name was Hagar, and she said to Abram, " You see that the Lord has not allowed me to bear a child. Take my slave-girl; perhaps I shall found a family through her."

Abram agreed with his wife. Sarai, Abram's wife, brought her slave-girl, Hagar the Egyptian, and gave her to her husband Abram as a wife. When this happened Abram had been in Canaan for ten years. He lay with Hagar and she conceived; and when she knew that she was with child, she despised her mistress.

Sarai said to Abram, "I have been wronged and you must answer for it. It was I who gave my slave-girl into your arms, but since she has known that she is with child, she has despised me. May the Lord see justice done between you and me." Abram replied to Sarai, "Your slave-girl is in your hands ; deal with her as you will." So Sarai ill-treated her slave-girl who ran away. Genesis 16 : 1 to 16 : 6

Abram's wife Sarai gives him her slave girl Hagar so that he may have children of his own but after the slave-girl becomes pregnant she refuses to work for her mistress and a dispute develops between the two women. Sarai now tells Abram that he must choose between them.

Abram gives permission to Sarai to mistreat her slave girl, which she does, but the slave girl runs away from Abram's household carrying his child in her womb. How is Abram to father a new nation, his slave-girl which he had impregnated with his seed has now run away from his household?

We shall soon find the answer to that question as we discover that the Lord our God often operates in many strange and mysterious ways which none of us can possibly ever understand.

The angel of the Lord found her by a spring of water in the wilderness on the way to Shur, and he said, "Hagar, Sarai's slave-girl, where have you come from and where are you going? She answered, "I am running away from Sarai my mistress." The angel of the Lord said to her, "Go back to your mistress and submit to her ill-treatment." The angel also said, "I will make your descendants too many to be counted."

And the angel of the Lord also said to her: "You are with child and will bear a son. You shall name him Ishmael, because the Lord has heard of your ill-treatment. He shall be a man like the wild ass, his hand against every man and every man's hand against him; and he shall live at odds with all his kinsmen." Genesis 16 : 7 to 16 : 12

Hagar eventually bore Abram a son which he named Ishmael. Abram was eighty-six years old when Hagar bore Ishmael. Genesis 16 : 15-16

Who is the angel speaking to Hagar, to Sarai's slave-girl? The angel spoke to the Slave-girl as if that angel was the Lord himself, saying, "I will make your descendants too many to be counted... You are with child and will bear a son. You shall name him Ishmael...." The angel speaks like the Lord himself because it is the Lord who often takes the shape of a person when he appears. It is the Holy Spirit of God who takes on any shape he so desires and whenever he so desires.

When you hear of apparitions, including the apparitions of Fatima, the person that is seen is none other but God's Holy Spirit. Abram was promised that he would father a new nation and now we are finding out that the first new nation to be formed will be the Arabic nation because Ishmael was the founder of that nation.

Then how is the Jewish nation to be born? We are getting closer to finding the answer to that puzzling question. We will soon discover that God will intervene in men's affairs in order to fulfil the promise which He has made to the first major prophet that He sent to the new race of men and whose name was Abram.


When Abram was ninety nine years old, the Lord appeared to him and said, "I am God almighty... I make this covenant, and I make it with you : you shall be the father of a host of nations. Your name shall no longer be Abram, your name shall be Abraham, for I make you father of a host of nations. I will make you exceedingly fruitful; I will make nations out of you, and kings shall spring from you. Genesis 17 : 1 to 17 : 6

Abraham is now told that, at 99 years old, he will father not only one new nation but a host of other nations as well. It is interesting to note that all the nations which reside on our planet presently are all the descendants of the prophet Abraham. But how did Abraham father those nations? So far we have been told that he fathered the Arabic nations through his first son Ishmael who was born from his Egyptian slave-girl but how is the Jewish nation to be born? If we continue our interesting study, we will most certainly find the answer to that puzzling question.


God said to Abraham,

"As for Sarai your wife; you shall call her not Sarai, but Sarah. I will bless her and give you a son by her. I will bless her and she shall be the mother of nations ; the Kings of many people shall spring from her."

Abraham threw himself down on his face; he laughed and said to himself,

"Can a son be born to a man who is a hundred years old? Can Sarah bear a son when she is ninety?"

He said to God,

"If only Ishmael might live under your special care!"
God replied,
"No. Your wife Sarah shall bear you a son, and you shall call him Isaac. With him I will fulfil my covenant, an everlasting covenant with his descendants after him. I have heard your prayer for Ishmael, I have blessed him and will make him fruitful. I will multiply your descendants ; he shall be father of twelve princes, and I will raise a great nation from him. But my covenant I will fulfil with Isaac, whom Sarah will bear to you at this season next year." When He had finished talking with Abraham, God ascended and left him. Genesis 17 : 15 to 17 : 22

The prophet Abraham is now told that, although he is one hundred years old, he will soon father a son which his wife Sarah will give birth to. But how will she do that, she is already ninety years old. Sarah will give birth to a son in the following year, she is to call him by the name of Isaac.

Is that story truthful or has part of it also being fabricated?

As for Ishmael, God says that he will also be fruitful and that the Arabic Nations would eventually give birth to twelve spiritual Princes. As we know, the twelve Arabic Princes were the twelve Holy Imams of the Moslem religion. The twelve Princes of Islam were the ones who kept the Moslem religion alive spiritually until the year 1844. The writings of Genesis now tell us that Isaac is to become the newly chosen one. He is to become the new prophet and that many new nations shall be born of him.

The Lord reappears to Abraham once again in the form of three men. Abram invites the three men to come in to his humble tent and to share a meal with him. One of the three men then tells Abram,

"About this time next year I will be sure to come back to you, and Sarah your wife will have a son."
Sarah who had been listening to the conversation begins to laugh to herself and said,
"I am past bearing children now that I am out of my time, and my husband is old."

Then the Lord speaking through one of the three apparitions tells Abram,

"Why did Sarah laugh and say, "Shall I indeed bear a child when I am old? Is anything impossible for the Lord? In due season I will come back to you, about this time next year, and Sarah shall have a son."


The Lord, who took the form of the three men, begins His journey towards the twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. He proceeds towards Sodom to see for himself what is really happening there. Then Abraham has a dialogue with God in which he claims that there may still be many good people residing in Sodom.

"Suppose ten can be found there?"
The Lord answered him by saying,
"For the sake of the ten people I will not destroy it."

Two angelic entities made their way to Sodom and arrived in its vicinity during the evening. Abram's nephew Lot meets with the two strangers and says to them,

"I pray you, sirs, turn aside to my humble home, spend the night there and wash your feet; you can rise early and continue your journey."
They answered Lot by saying to him that they would spend the night in the streets of the city.

However Lot insists that they stay with him for the night, they eventually accept. He prepared a meal for them which they ate and then they stayed for the night. Suddenly, during the evening, Lot's house was surrounded by the people of the city who wanted the men who had entered his house earlier. They said to Lot,

"Bring them out so that we can have intercourse with them."

Lot went outside closing the door behind him and he began addressing the men of Sodom who had become sexual perverts. He said to them,

"Do not be so wicked."
They refused to listen to him and crowded around him ready to smash open the door. However God's two angelic beings, who were listening to the happenings which were taking place outside, pulled Lot inside and quickly closed the door behind him.

Then, the two angelic entities struck the men outside with some kind of blindness which was probably a very strong light. The effect was that they were unable to find the door opening. Then the two angelic entities told Lot to take all the members of his family out of Sodom because, as envoys of the Lord, they were going to destroy the wicked city whose sins were piled as high as the sky. It would seem that all of the people of Sodom and Gomorrah had become completely perverted.

The Lord God destroys the twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah by raining fire on them, thus destroying them and all of its people. The mentioned fire was most probably a series of asteroids that turned into fiery meteors after their entrance into the earth's atmosphere.


At dawn the following morning, the two angelic entities tell Abram's nephew Lot,

"Be quick take your wife and your two daughters who are here, or you will be swept away when the city is punished." "Leave this place; the Lord is going to destroy the city."
When Lot lingered the two angelic entities took him by the hand with his wife and his two daughters and they led them outside the city. After the angelic entities had led out Lot and his family out they said to them,
"Flee for your lives ; do not look back and do not stop anywhere in the plain. Flee to the hills or you will be swept away."

Lot decides to take his family to safety, he takes them to a faraway town called Zoar. Then the Lord rained down fire and brimstone on the twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. He annihilated all of its people and burned both cities. It is said that Lot's wife, who had remained behind to watch the spectacle, was turned into a pillar of salt. Is that all true or has part of the story been fabricated also. Did the text not mention the fact that angelic entities of the Lord had led them all outside the city to safety, then how did Lot's wife managed to remain behind?

That particular area must have been very rich in salt deposits. Even today we are told that they are still rich in such deposits.

Our modern day scientists, who have combed the area very thoroughly, have found that the area is also radioactive, but mainly it is rich in salt deposits. The fire that rained down from the heavenly skies could have been meteors that contained radioactive materials. Did our space brothers have anything to do with the explosion that took place over the twin cities, did they have anything to do with the destruction of the sinful twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah? Does that episode not resemble a movie episode called star war or the other episode called star trek whereby they are told by God that they most destroy the twin sinful cities?

The following morning Abraham arose and went outside to the place where he had met the Lord on the previous day. He looked towards Sodom and Gomorrah and saw the smoke rising high over the twin cities. The Lord had not found one single good person in the twin cities with the exception of Lot and his family. He destroyed all of them by fire, exactly as he had promised. I strongly suspect that God destroyed those cities by raining down fiery radioactive meteors on those emplacements.


Lot eventually settled with his two daughters in a cave in the hill-country of Zoar. His daughters eventually tricked him into fathering their own children, they fed him wine which they had made. The story goes on to say that his eldest daughter bore a son and called him Moab, he was the ancestor of the present Moabites. The younger daughter also bore a son, whom she called Ben-Ammi, he was the ancestor of the present Ammonites.

I strongly suspect that that particular story has also been partly fabricated and that Lot's wife was still alive and was the one who gave birth to those children.


Abraham journeyed by stages into the Negeb desert and eventually settled there living as an alien in a foreign land. Abimalech the King of Gerar had taken Abraham's wife to be his because she was very beautiful but the Lord kept him from having any relations with her because she was the wife of a prophet.

Keep in mind the fact that all of those stories are symbolically described and should not be understood literally. One of the proofs is the fact that it says that Abraham's wife was beautiful. At 90 years old a woman has lost her youthful beauty.

God spoke to the king in a dream and told him,

"Send back the man's wife now ; he is a prophet, and he will intercede on your behalf, and you shall live. But if you do not send her back, I tell you that you are doomed to die, you and all that is yours."


The Lord showed favour to Sarah as he had promised, and made good what he had said about her. She conceived and bore a son to Abraham for his old age and at the time which God had appointed. The son, whom Sarah bore to him, Abraham named Isaac.... Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born...

Abraham's first son Ishmael was born when he was 84 years old and now we are told that Isaac, his second son, was born 16 years after the birth of Ishmael, when Abraham was 100 years old.

Sarah saw the son whom Hagar the Egyptian had borne to Abraham laughing at him, and she said to Abraham, "Drive out this slave-girl and her son; I will not have this slave-girl's son sharing the inheritance with my son Isaac."

Abraham was vexed at this on his son Ishmael's account, but God said to him, "Do not be vexed on account of the boy and the slave-girl. Do what Sarah says, because you shall have descendants through Isaac. I will make a great nation of the slave-girl's son too, because he is your own child." Genesis 21 : 1 to 21 : 13

Sarah's newly born son is called Isaac. Later on in history, he becomes God's chosen one, he becomes the next prophet and the father of many earthly nations.


Abraham wanted to please his wife Sarah so he sends his slave-girl away with his first-born, Ishmael. He gave them food and water so that they could survive the wilderness. After being out in the wilderness for some time, Hagar abandons the child under a bush and begins to weep bitterly.

God heard her and her child crying and sends an angelic entity to her rescue saying,

"What is the matter, Hagar? Do not be afraid : God has heard the child crying where you laid him. Get to your feet, lift the child up and hold him in your arms, because I will make of him a great nation."

Then God made her see a well which was full of water. She went to it filled her waterskin and then she gave the child a drink. He grew up in the wilderness of Paran and became a mighty hunter with the bow. As the child grew up into manhood he eventually married an Egyptian girl which his mother had found for him. At this point in time, we should remember that Ishmael was Abraham's first son and, as scriptures tell us, he became the father of all the Arabic nations who are presently on earth.

It would seem that part or all of this story was fabricated because Ishmael, Abraham's first son, never left Abraham's household. I shall give you proof soon, when I mention another biblical story which may have also been modified by Jewish scholars. Another factor to consider is that when Isaac was born Ishmael was already 16 years old. The story says that Abraham was 84 years old when Ishmael was born and 100 years old when Isaac was born. Now do you understand why none of those stories should be understood literally but symbolically plus the fact that many of them have been rewritten by Jewish scholars.


One day, king Abimelech spoke to Abraham and told him,

"God is with you in all that you do. Now swear an oath to me in the name of God, that you will not break faith with me, my offspring, or my descendants..",
Abraham answered the king by saying,
"I swear".

After that event, Abraham made a gift to the king. He made him a gift of sheep and cattle. He also gave the king seven very beautiful she-lambs. Abimelech asked him,

"Why these seven beautiful lambs?"
Abraham answered the king by saying to him,
"Accept these from me in token that I dug this well."
That is the reason why that particular emplacement is called Beersheba because the two of them had made a pact there.


God puts Abraham to the test so that He may find out if he is really loyal to His commands. He said to him,

"Take your son Isaac, your only son, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah. There you shall offer him as sacrifice on one of the hills which I will show you."
Abraham arose early in the morning and took two of his men to split some firewood and loaded it onto an ass.

He then took his son Isaac with him on his journey to the place mentioned to him by God. On the third day of his journey, Abraham found the place which the Lord had described to him and he then told his two men, who were accompanying him, to remain behind while he and his son made their way to the location.

As Abraham and his son reached the location, Isaac says to his father;

"Father, here are the fire and the wood, but where is the young beast for the sacrifice?"
Abraham answered him by saying,
"God will provide himself with a young beast for a sacrifice, my son."
Then they both made their way to the given location and built an altar to the Lord. Abraham hurriedly binds his son with a rope and lays him on the altar. He then prepares the knife to sacrifice his son as it had been requested by God himself.

However, an angel of the Lord suddenly appears and says to him,

"Abraham, Abraham, do not raise your hand against the boy ; do not touch him."
Then Abraham knew that the Lord had put him to the test. He happily released his son who was bound on the altar. Then he saw a ram caught by its horns in a thicket so he went and released the ram from the ticket and offered it to the Lord on the Altar which he had built.

The angel of the Lord addresses Abraham again and says to him,

"This is the word of the Lord : By my own self I swear : inasmuch as you have done this and have not withheld your son, your only son, I will bless you abundantly and greatly multiply your descendants until they are as numerous as the stars in the sky and the grains of sand on the sea-shore. Your descendants shall possess the cities of their enemies. All nations on earth shall pray to be blessed as your descendants are blessed, and this because you have obeyed me."

Have you noticed? It is God who is speaking to Abraham through his angelic being. When God speaks to someone that directly, He always does it through an apparition and quite often, but not always, the angelic being resembles a young woman. God can take on any shape He so desires because He is The All-Mighty Himself and His Power is unlimited.

There is a flaw in that story, which is a proof that it was re-written, we now have proof that it was not Isaac that the prophet Abraham was willing to sacrifice to God, it was his first born son whose name is Ishmael. Isaac had not being born yet plus the fact that the story says his only son which at that time was Ishmael.

The early Jewish scholars re-wrote the story or modified the original version. It is quite possible that they fabricated all of the story because God had already told Abraham that his descendants would be as numerous as the stars in the sky. The early Jewish scholars tried to deceive us by making us think otherwise. We also have proof that the early Christian fathers also re-wrote part of the new testament, deleting some words and adding others. Although the Bible is the Word of God, all of its writings are definitely not authentic. They are not original. In these various presentations, numerous proofs are given you saying that various biblical writings have been tampered with.

In other words, it would seem as if both the old and the new testament have been corrupted by the early translators who assembled the Bible. I have already mentioned that fact in the topic pertaining to the complete unsealing of the book of Revelation. If you remember correctly, chapters two and three of revelation have already told us that the early fathers of all the major world religions have corrupted the Holy writings which they were originally given, they re-wrote them.


After his return to Beersheba, Abraham was told that his brother Nahor and his wife Milcah had given birth to numerous sons. They were called Uz, Buz, Kemuel, Kesed, Hazo, Pildash, Jidlaph and Bethuel. A daughter was also born to them, her name was Rebecca. Lets keep in mind the name of that girl because we will encounter her again in history as we slowly discover whom she becomes.


Sarah died in Hebron in the land of Canaan at the ripe old age of one hundred and twenty seven years. Abraham wept over her and mourned over his lifelong companion. Then Abraham addresses the Hittites and says to them,

"Give me land enough for a burial-place, so that I can give my dead proper burial."

The Hittites answered him by saying,

"Do, pray, listen to what we have to say, sir. You are a mighty prince among us. Bury your dead in the best grave we have."
Abraham purchases the land from a Hittite and buries his wife Sarah who had lived with him faithfully for a very long time.


By this time Abraham had become a very old man and the Lord had blessed him in all he did. Abraham said to his servant...,

"You must go to my own country and to my own kindred to find a wife for my son Isaac."
....Abraham said to him, "
On no account are you to take my son back there." So the servant... swore an oath in those terms. Genesis 24 : 1 to 24 : 9

Abraham decides that his son Isaac has become of age, he needs a wife so that God's promise may be fulfilled and so that his descendants can become as numerous as the stars in the celestial vault. He sends one of his trusted servants back to his own country and amongst his own people but he warns his servant that he must go alone and that under no circumstances can he take his son Isaac there with him. Abraham's servant leaves to go on his mission as he had been requested to do by his master. The servant took ten camels from his master's herds, and also all kinds of gifts from his master ; he set out for Aram-naharaim and arrived at the city where Nahor lived.

Abraham's servant arrives at his destination and then he falls to the ground praying to God and asking him to help him find a wife for Isaac who was Abraham's son. Towards evening, the time when the women come out to draw water, he made the camels kneel down by the well outside the city.

He prayed, saying,

"O Lord God of my master Abraham, give me good fortune this day; keep faith with my master Abraham. Here I stand by the spring, and the women of the city are coming out to draw water. Let it be like this: I shall say to a girl, "Please lower your jar so that I may drink";
and if she answers,
"Drink, and I will water your camels also",
that will be the girl whom you intend for your servant Isaac. In this way I shall know that you have kept faith with my master.

Abraham's servant was still in silent prayer when a young woman began approaching the well, she was carrying an empty jar of water on one of her shoulders. Before he had finished praying silently, he saw Rebecca coming out with her water-jug on one of her shoulders. She was the daughter of Bethuel son of Milcah, the wife of Abraham's brother Nahor. The girl was very beautiful, a virgin, who never had any intercourse with a man. She went down to the spring, filled her jar and came up again.

Abraham's servant hurried to meet her and said,

"Give me a sip of water from your jar." "Drink, sir,"
she answered, and at once lowered her jar on to her hand and let him drink. When she had finished giving him a drink, she said,
"Now I will draw water for your camels until they have had enough."

When the camels had finished drinking, the man took a gold nose-ring weighing half a shekel, and two bracelets for her wrists weighing ten shekels, also of gold, and said to her,

"Tell me please, whose daughter you are. Is there room in your father's house for me and my companions to spend the night?"

She answered,

"I am the daughter of Bethuel, the son of Nahor and Milcah ; and we have plenty of straw and fodder and also room for you to spend the night."
So the man bowed down to the Lord and said,
"Blessed be the Lord the God of my master Abraham, who has not failed to keep faith and truth with my master; for I have been guided by the Lord to the house of my master's kinsman."

After that incident at the well, the young maiden ran to the home of her parents to tell them that a stranger had just arrived among their midst and that he had given her golden bracelets because she had quenched his thirst and that of his camels. One of the brothers of the young Rebecca then invites Abraham's servant into their home. After they reached the home, Abraham's servant is then offered something to eat but he refuses saying that he must be allowed to speak before he allows himself to eat anything.

"I will not eat until I have delivered my message."
Laban said,
"Let us hear it."
He answered,
"I am the servant of Abraham. The Lord has greatly blessed my master, and he has become a man of power."
Abraham's servant then tells Rebecca's family why he is visiting them and what is the purpose of his mission. He speaks to them in the following manner,
"Now tell me if you will keep faith and truth with my master. If not, say so, and I will return elsewhere."

Laban and Bethuel answered him by saying,

"This is from the Lord; we can say nothing for or against. Here is Rebecca herself; take her and go. She shall be the wife of your master's son, as the Lord has decreed."

When they rose in the morning, he said to them,

"Give me leave to go back to my master."
Rebecca's brother and her mother said,
"Let the girl stay with us for a few days, say ten days, and then she shall go."
But he said to them,
"Do not detain me, for the Lord has granted me success. Give me leave to return to my master."
They said,
"Let us call the girl and see what she says."
They called Rebecca and asked her if she would go with the man, and she said,
"Yes, I will go."
So they allowed their sister Rebecca and her nurse to go with Abraham's servant and his men who were accompanying him. They blessed Rebecca and said to her :
"You are our sister, may you be the mother of Myriads; may your sons possess the cities of their enemies."
Then Rebecca and her companions mounted their camels at once and followed the man. So the servant took Rebecca with him and returned home to give the good news to the prophet Abraham.

During the evening of the same day, Abraham's servant meets the young Isaac who was taking a walk in the countryside, he tells him everything that has happened to him since he has left. Then Isaac meets Rebecca and takes her to his tent to become his wife. It would seem that marriage ceremonies were yet non existent.

Isaac conducted her into the tent and took her as his wife. So she became his wife, he loved her and was consoled for the death of his mother. Genesis 24 : 67


In biblical writings it is said that after the death of Sarah, Abraham married another woman whose name was Keturah. It also says that she eventually gave him six sons who most probably became the father of many more nations on earth.

After his death, Abraham left everything which he owned to his son Isaac but he also gave many presents to the wives of his six sons born of his second wife whose name was Keturah. That story is not quite truthful because it is doubtful that Abraham was alive when his six sons married, those who were born of Keturah who was is second wife.

During his sojourn on earth, Abraham kept his son Isaac apart from his other sons because Abraham knew that Isaac had to be kept pure because he would someday be the next prophet. After his death. His two sons, Isaac and Ishmael, buried him beside his deceased wife Sarah. They buried him in the same cave in which Sarah had been buried in the land of Canaan. It was after the death of Abraham that God blessed Isaac who then became the next prophet.


When Rebecca reached the home of Abraham, the story says that she was married to Isaac. Marriage in those days must have been very simple. The girl went into the tent of the man she wished to marry, they spent the night together and consumed the marriage. That is all that there was to it. Obviously, marriage ceremonies came much later on in history.

Rebecca eventually discovered that she could not give Isaac any children because she was barren, so Isaac began to pray to the God of his ancestors so that his wife Rebecca may give him a son. God heard his many prayers and had pity on him. Rebecca eventually bore him twin sons. During the time of her pregnancy with the twins, she had prayed to God who answered her prayers in the following manner,

"Two nations in your womb, two people going their own ways from birth! One shall be stronger than the other; the older shall be servant to the younger."

On the day which the twins were born to Rebecca, the first one who came out of his mother's womb was hairy and had red hair. They named him Esau. His brother was born grasping the heel of his twin brother. They called him Jacob. Then the twins grew up under the direction of their parents. Esau was an excellent hunter but his brother Jacob was rather quiet and preferred to remain underneath his father's tent.

Isaac preferred Esau over Jacob but Rebecca preferred Jacob. One day Esau came back from a hunt exhausted and asked his brother Jacob if he could make him something to eat and give him something to drink because he was starving, he had not eaten nor drank any fluids in many days. Jacob answered him by saying,

"Not till you sell me your rights as the first-born."
Esau answered his brother by saying to him,
"I am at death's door; what use is my birthright to me?"

Jacob then tells his brother,

"Not till you swear!"
Esau swore an oath thereby selling his brother his birthright as the firstborn.


A famine came upon the land where Isaac was living so he migrated to the land of Gerar. Then the Lord appeared to Isaac and said to him,

"Do not go down to Egypt, but stay in this country as I bid you. Stay in this country and I will be with you and bless you, for to you and to your descendants I will give all these lands. Thus shall I fulfil the oath which I swore to your father Abraham. I will make your descendants as many as the stars in the sky; I will give them all these lands, and all the nations of the earth will pray to be blessed as they are blessed - all because Abraham obeyed me and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws."

Isaac listened to the Lord and he remained in the land of Gerar. Isaac became a mighty farmer because he had been blessed by the Lord. Isaac is then told by the Philistine king, Abimalech, to leave the area because he has become much too powerful and the people of the area began to hate him.

Isaac leaves the area rather than quarrel with the king and the inhabitants. Then the Lord appears to Isaac again and says to him,

"I am the God of your father Abraham. Fear nothing, for I am with you. I will bless you and give you many descendants for the sake of Abraham my servant."
Isaac built an altar in Beersheba and he dedicated it to the Lord. Then he began to invoke the Lord by name. One day, Isaac's workers had dug him a new well which contained a lot of good water. Isaac names the well Shibah because it was dug in Beersheba.

That was the story of the first major prophet sent to the new race of men that God created. Abraham was a descendant of the prophet Noah and of his three sons. We are the new race of mankind that God created at his second Creation. All of the people who reside on earth are all the descendants of the prophet Abraham, exactly as God prophesied it in the writings of Genesis. During our study, we also perused the story of the twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah whose people had become corrupted and which was destroyed by fire as ordered by God Himself. Is God about to do the same thing to the planet earth as He did to those ancient twin cities? Is He about to rain down fiery meteors and destroy the planet in its entirety? Are we as guilty as those ancient cities were? You may find the answer to that question in the presentation concerning the complete unsealing of Revelation, in the presentation that has been labelled, "End time prophecies".

In the following presentation, we shall finally discover how the Jewish nation was born.

Jacob, the father of the Israelite nation