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Book of Esther: A History of Rejection. Is It Scripture? Is Purim Biblical?

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Book of Esther: A History of Rejection. Is It Scripture? Is Purim Biblical? Original Canon Series: 4A God Culture In 1947, the Voice in the Wilderness cried out yet again. Did you hear it? Every book of the modern Old Testament canon was found in a scroll library dated to as early as 300 B.C. This was kept by the Sons of Zadok, the Levite Aaronic Priestly line who led Temple Worship since the...

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PURIM Purim celebrates Hebrew Esther’s victory over anti-Semitic Haman. Purim is NOT a Sabbath and is NOT a High Holy Day!  PURIM, the Feast of Esther and the Festival Of Lots, is not a YAHUAH-established, YAHUAH-ordained Feast / Festival.  PURIM is not mentioned in Tanakh, the Hebrew’s Holy Scriptures (The Old Testament, in Christian Bibles), and it is not even mentioned in the...

The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 4

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The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 4. Answers In First Enoch Part 46
Is there evidence of a moving sun? What about its speeding up as it nears the South Pole/Edge and slowing down its course around the North Pole?
Then, we uncover the error in the Cepher Bible where they continue error from a bad translation of First Enoch. Yah Bless.
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The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 3

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The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 3. Answers In First Enoch Part 45 Does the Modern Bible Canon actually tell us the Bible year is 364 days, the solar calendar? Our response to another YouTube Channel attempting to defend the lunar calendar with scripture that do not define the moon as such measure. In the next video, we will review the Cepher Bible’s changing of...

The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 2

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The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 2. Answers In First Enoch Part 44
What about eclipses? Does Enoch account for these? In fact, he does so very brilliantly. Find out how. Is there a 13th Hebrew Month ever? Let’s examine this claim from Judaism. Yah Bless.
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The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 1

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The Error of the Moon for Days, Weeks, Months and Years. Part 1. Answers In First Enoch Part 43 What does Enoch say about the moon? He doesn’t beat around the bush nor use cryptic language and one cannot take a fragment out of context from Enoch because he repeats himself many times over. Let’s look at the moon and see what Enoch says here. Is the moon error? No! Following it for...

WHAT IS A JEW?

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WHAT IS A JEW? A Jew is a person who practice the religion of Judaism. Jew does not mean a descendant of Ancient Yisra’el. The Ancient Hebrews were not called Jews, that is a mistranslation, Jew is not a Hebrew Word, its English. Jew is a word that was created by Gentiles and given to the Yiaraelite Tribe of Yahudah (Judah).YAHUAH The Most High didn’t give His people the name Jew, this was done...

An Inconvenient History

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An Inconvenient History Probably Alexandra The history and ideology of the occult societies that have been behind the events that have shaped our world and how they all stem from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. I ask you to approach the information from a non-emotional point of view and understand that my goal is to share truth, not criticism.  Thank you for watching, and for your support...

What Is the New MONTH Festival? Never Moon!

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What Is the New MONTH Festival? Never Moon! The God Culture  Why does the Bible mention Israel was keeping the New MONTH Festival. This is the same word, Hodes, we already proved last video, is the Hebrew word for MONTH 100% of the time, not moon! What is a New Month Festival and why did Israel keep it? Should we still observe these today? This is a monumental video restoring Yahuah’s...

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