The Nachash and His Seed: Some Explanatory Notes on Why the “Serpent” in Genesis 3 Wasn’t a Serpent ✧ Michael S. Heiser, PhD Dept. of Hebrew and Semitic Studies
THE NACHASH,GEN 3.1: HIGHLY INTELLIGENT UPRIGHT SHINING BEING SERPENTINE IN APPEARANCE
The Hebrew word Nachash is translated to “shine” (like brass) or whisper (as in enchantment). The Nachash was, to use literal Hebrew, a ‘shining enchanter.’ He was also ‘shrewd’ (smooth or slick), as a descriptive term in the Hebrew for ‘naked and cunning’ in deceiving Eve.
Scripture goes on to say that the Nachash was – “above (higher in intelligence) than any living thing ‘of the field’ that Yahweh Elohim had made . ◄ Revelation 12:9 ►The great dragon was hurled down–that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10207239309525321&set=a.1015558913518.2002582.1361455713&type=1&theater
This program Looks at the the beings known as the Reptilians. Ancient societies have referred to them by different names. The Hebrew Bible refers to them as the “Nachash”. Some texts indicate these entities were on the earth prior to Adam and Even in the lands of Atlantis and Lemuria while earth was still an intergalactic weigh station and trading post.The Sumerian clay tablets, found in what we now call Iraq in the middle of the 19th century, tell a similar story. It is estimated they were buried around 2,000 BC, but the stories they tell go back long before that. The tablets talk of a race of reptilian “gods” from another world who brought advanced knowledge to the planet and interbred with humans to create hybrid bloodlines. Myths have generally come to be viewed as work of fiction, superstition, or fantasy. However, it could be that myths were, in fact, a way for people to explain real—and perhaps strange —events using the knowledge and beliefs of their time. In support of this theory, a number of events described in mythology, which were once considered mere fairy tales, have now been proven through archaeology to have existed, or at least to have some basis in reality.
“Medical marijuana users cannot be convicted of driving while under the influence of the drug absent proof that they were actually impaired, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
In a major setback for prosecutors, the judges pointed out that Arizona, unlike some other states, has no law that spells out that at a certain level of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in the blood a person is presumed to be impaired…
What that means is every case where prosecutors charge a medical marijuana user with breaking the law requires expert testimony to show that particular individual was impaired at that particular level of THC.”
This is a huge win for citizens and for rationality itself, as it negates the government’s assumption that an arbitrary number means a driver is impaired, which provided grounds for criminal conviction.
Nadir Ishak was pulled over in 2013 after his vehicle drifted out of its lane. Instead of invoking his 5th Amendment right to remain silent, Ishak admitted to smoking cannabis that morning when the cop probed him for some sign of “criminal” behavior. The cop said Ishak had bloodshot eyes and “body tremors and eye tremors” during a field sobriety test.
Ishak was charged with ‘driving while impaired to the slightest degree’ and ‘driving with marijuana in his body.’ Jurors convicted him of the second charge, but even though Ishak had a state-issued medical card, the city judge refused to allow him to tell this to jurors.
Presenting the medical cannabis card would have shown the jury that “Ishak was legally entitled under the 2010 Arizona Medical Marijuana Act to use the drug and have it in his system.” Judge Diane Johnsen at the Court of Appeals recognized that Ishak was denied a fair trial, and further pointed out the city judge was wrong to rule that “it was up to Ishak to prove he was not impaired.”
The city prosecutor had actually stated it’s irrelevant whether a defendant is actually impaired or not, and suggested the 2010 law means medical cannabis cardholders have to prove through expert testimony that THC in their blood does not cause impairment in “people generally” or “in any person.”
It appears city judges and prosecutors had set up a nice little trap for medical cannabis patients – but the higher court just demolished it.
“Nothing in the statute … requires a cardholder to present expert testimony (or precludes a cardholder from offering non-expert testimony) on the question of whether the cardholder was impaired due to THC,” wrote Judge Johnsen. “Further supporting this conclusion is the reality that, at present, there is no presumptive impairment limit established by (Arizona) law.”
Johnsen also rightfully pointed out: “And, according to evidence here, there is no scientific consensus about the concentration of THC that generally is sufficient to impair a human being.”
Even though Ishak had a blood-THC level of 26.9 nanograms, there was no foundation to prove this causes impairment.
“The Arizona Supreme Court already has ruled that the mere presence of metabolites — the chemical compounds caused the the breakdown of marijuana in the body — is insufficient by itself to prove impairment. That’s because those chemicals can remain in the body for days or weeks afterwards.”
Despite the best efforts of local prosecutors to criminalize medical cannabis patients when they drive vehicles, it appears that state courts are having none of it.
“Thursday’s decision is the latest in a string of appellate court rulings that have limited the ability of prosecutors to bring various charges against medical-marijuana patients. These range from limiting the kind of evidence that prosecutors can use to bring drugged-driving charges, to requirements for law enforcement officers to give back drugs taken from legal users.”
Here’s a novel idea. Cops and prosecutors should stop harassing medical cannabis patients and focus on real criminals.
A secret space program run by the U.S. Air Force with the support of the National Security Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office, has concluded that Corey Goode’s testimony of multiple secret space programs with interstellar spacecraft using temporal drive technologies is not disinformation.
This is among the most recent claims of Goode in a December 11 update about information he recently acquired as a result of his abduction and interrogation by what he describes as a Military Industrial Complex Secret Space Program (MIC-SSP) comprising the above U.S. military intelligence entities.
… He claims that the senior USAF officer in charge of the vehicle he was taken to, which he dubbed “Sigmund”, revealed that analysis of data from the two prior abductions has led to the conclusion that Goode is telling the truth after all.
Sigmund said that the tests first confirmed a key aspect of Goode’s testimony, which is that he has traveled to off planet locations:
The lab results once again confirmed that I had been in the approximate off-planet locations I had claimed. The MIC space program people do not have any intelligence suggesting I had ever actually visited these locations. I was never a part of their program.
This led to the Sigmund concluding that he was being deliberately misled by his superiors about the existence of more advanced programs to his own:
My tests proved, beyond any shadow of doubt, that there was much more to the secret space program than he knew.
As a high-ranking superior officer, this naturally came as quite a shock to him. He was led to believe that he had access to all relevant compartments of the UFO cover-up.
Goode describes how it is possible that a USAF space program would not be aware of other secret space programs, including the Navy’s Solar Warden, despite having craft capable of interplanetary travel in our solar system:
The MIC SSP has at least two large space stations in earth’s orbit as well as a number of manned satellites. They are roughly circular in shape and are large space stations with enough facilities for many people to work in various labs and so forth.
The above descriptions suggest something similar to a 1952 design by Dr. Werner Von Braun.
They are also reported to possess floating aircraft carriers that look exactly the same as what we saw in The Avengers and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
They have craft that can travel around our solar system, as well as other stealth-looking varieties. This technology makes them feel that if anything else was going on in our solar system, they would be able to see it.
When they see the crafts from other programs, or of any of a number of ET races, they are simply told that these are ours. They are told that they are not on a need-to-know basis about that particular program and not to speak about their sighting with anyone….
The MIC SSP are told that we cannot travel outside our solar system… This is due to gravitational and energetic conditions at the boundary of our heliosphere that any escape impossible with their current technology.
This helps confirm that advanced antigravity craft are revealed through movies such as Captain America: The Winter Soldier in a “soft disclosure” process.
Goode describes the belief system that MIC-SSP holds about extraterrestrial life:
They believe that any ETs have long since come and gone from our solar system, other than time travelers from Earth’s own future who have developed the technology to come back and visit us.
They believe that some of these future humans now look like Grays due to evolutionary changes from living underground for thousands of years.
Goode recalled a conversation he had with “Gonzales” (a pseudonym used by a liaison to the Secret Space Program Alliance), who describes the reason why there was no attempt to stop Goode being abducted by MIC SSP:
Gonzales stated that he was sorry he couldn’t share some of the details before about why I was being abducted and interrogated. He stated that this was part of an operation that was seeding information into the ranks of this MIC SSP.
Apparently many of them are disillusioned and questioning whether or not they were indeed at the top of the intelligence totem pole as they had been led to believe….
These individuals were now in a state of mind that led many of them to believe that there was much more going on in “the programs” than they had been led to believe…
It has been confirmed through Wikileaks that a partial UFO disclosure initiative was being prepared through rock Star Tom DeLonge, who is being helped by two retired USAF Generals along with senior corporate officials such as the head of Lockheed Martin’s Skunkworks. The plan was to release information about the USAF/DIA/NSA/NRO space program with Earth orbiting space stations and antigravity TR-3B spacecraft capable of limited interplanetary operations.
Partial disclosure would be designed to hide the existence of more advanced space programs that use interstellar technologies with temporal drives, and have been implicated in various abuses including human slave trade in space. Partial disclosure would essentially be a “limited hangout” operation to hide the truth by revealing the existence of the less advanced USAF secret space program.
Goode and the Secret Space Program Alliance has been advocating “full disclosure” of all programs and of extraterrestrial life since late 2014. It appears that his military abductions have led to key leaders in the USAF secret space program finally learning the truth about themselves being deceived about the full scope of what is happening in space. This will add to the pressure for full disclosure, and limit the prospects of a limited disclosure narrative being implemented.
The radical technology recently stirred up controversy after a paper published by a team of researchers from NASA’s Eagleworks Laboratories in the peer-reviewed Journal of Propulsion and Power appeared to show they’d successfully built the technology. It was said the engine could get humans to Mars in just 70 days.
The “reactionless” Electromagnetic Drive, or EmDrive for short, is an engine propelled solely by electromagnetic radiation. This “impossible” engine appears to violate one of the fundamental laws of physics. With no fuel to eject, this tech contradicts Newton’s third law of motion, that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
But now, scientists from Chinese Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) claim NASA’s results “re-confirm” what they’d already achieved.
Russian Scientists Announce Historic Discovery Rendering the Entire System Obsolete
In another challenge to the Khazarian Mafia’s Babylonian paper magick financial system and the entire pyramid of cartels, two Russian scientists revealed a groundbreaking scientific discovery that is expected to change every system built for the last millennia.
… Barely a few weeks ago, a conference was held in Geneva, Switzerland, purposely to announce the discovery of a method to transmute any element into another element in the periodic table, and beyond.
This discovery was made possible by two Russian theoretical and experimental scientists who were trying to figure out how to fuel a spacecraft using any element found in space. Now, that’s a good scientific excuse, indeed.
The transmutation process does not involve nuclear reaction and heavy water. The economic consequence of the industrial scale of such a process cannot be projected at this point, they say.
South Korea also claims to be a step closer to the unlimited energy source via cold fusion. Although this is nothing new, but it is already a step in the right direction considering that those companies who rely on the imperfection of the current system for more than a century need to have a smooth transition protocol.
Korea a Step Closer to Ultimate Energy Source
By Kim Tong-hyung
Scientists operating Korea’s next-generation nuclear fusion reactor Tuesday reported their first generation of plasma, saying it marked progress in futuristic experiments to create limitless energy for human use.
The device, called KSTAR, an abbreviation for Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Reactor, generated plasma inside its inner chamber for the first time on June 13.
The reactor is the second of its kind in the world to generate plasma using superconducting material. China was the first with its EAST reactor in 2006, according to Kwon Myeon, a director at the National Fusion Research Institute.
In the experiments that continued through June 30, the plasma lasted for 249 milliseconds at above 100 kilo-amperes (kA) current with the maximum current reaching 133 kA, according to officials from the state-run National Fusion Research Institute.
Originally, the goal for the KSTAR scientists was to maintain plasma for 100 milliseconds, or 0.1 seconds, above 100 kA.
“The generation of plasma proves that KSTAR is ready to operate and contribute significantly to the research for nuclear fusion,” said Ryu Koo-hee, an official from the nuclear fusion research division at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
“KSTAR is also one of the world’s few fusion reactors that use Nb3Sn as superconducting material, identical to the design of the ITER reactor, which strengthens Korea’s potential contribution to the international ITER effort.”
… Nuclear fusion is regarded as one of future energy solutions that are limitless in sourcing, a key alternative to the limited and depleted sources of fossil fuels. The viability of the technology is still debated.
To put it simply, nuclear fusion is the process that makes the sun shine, with the nuclei of small atoms, such as hydrogen, squeezed together and heated to an extreme degree such that they fuse to form larger nuclei and release a burst of energy.
This is the time when everyone should be more vigilant, because the powers that be could hijack the whole operation towards our Startrek future, if they aren’t fully neutralized in time.
For example, the Venus Project, which is the most feasible way of integrating advanced technology into a non-monetary-based economic system to date, has its genius Jacque Fresco been awarded at the United Nations in July of this year for his lifetime’s work of finding a better way to eliminate hunger and war at a time of massive technological advancements.
Was this an honest attempt to finally adapt the resource based economic system, or just a step towards the full integration of the masses to the machines, i.e. technocratic dictatorship?
Will Donald Trump do it as Jacque Fresco have designed it, or will he follows the social design which protect the privileged position of his own class?
From the discovery of an Earth-like planet to the unraveling of one of the great mysteries of physics, 2016 has been a blockbuster year for scientific breakthroughs.
Perhaps the biggest scientific feat of 2016 was the detection of gravitational waves in the fabric of space-time, from a pair of colliding black holes. The development added more weight to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.
The researchers backed up their findings by repeating the feat a few months later. The discovery was named Physics World Breakthrough of the Year and is hotly tipped to earn a Nobel Prize.
The possible existence of the waves had been one of the biggest mysteries of physics over the past century and was predicted by Einstein in 1916. Their first detection was announced in February 2016.
In the collisions studied, the two black holes had many times the mass of the sun and emitted the waves as they spiraled into one another and eventually collided. In the moment of collision, the black holes reportedly released 50 times more energy than all the stars from all the galaxies in the universe were releasing combined.
Earth-like planet Proxima b
In August, years of scientific research culminated in the confirmation of the existence of a potentially habitable planet orbiting the star closest to our sun.
Named ‘Proxima b’, the planet lies in the ‘habitable zone’ of the star Proxima Centauri, a mere 4.2 light years away from Earth. It could potentially sustain life – even future human habitation.
However, don’t pack your bags just yet: with current technology, it would take around 137,000 years to reach the planet.
Researchers found that Proxima b, which is 1.3 times the size of Earth, could hold water as it is far enough away from its star for liquid to not be gaseous, but not too distant for it to be frozen. It was also found that the planet may be covered in oceans.
The discovery lays the groundwork for further exploration and studies to determine the planet’s habitability.
‘First of its kind’ dinosaur discovered
The tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur, complete with feathers, bones and soft tissue, was found preserved in amber in Myanmar in December.
The extraordinary finding is made even more remarkable by the fact that it was discovered by chance, in a market.
Researchers say that the tail belonged to a young coelurosaur they nicknamed ‘Eva’, whose feathery tail became stuck in tree resin around 99 million years ago, when the dinosaur was about the size of a sparrow. Had the coelurosaur reached adulthood, it would have grown to be slightly smaller than an ostrich.
It’s the first time that feathers and skeletal material from a dinosaur have been found in amber.
Paleontologist Ryan McKellar said the finding is a “spectacular little glimpse” that provides scientists with a “pathway that gets us to modern feathers” – a particularly useful development as theories on how feathers evolved have long been debated among evolutionary scientists.
Four new elements named on Periodic Table
Four brand new elements were given names on the Periodic Table (yes, your science textbook is now out of date).
Russian, American and Japanese scientists were behind the new additions, called Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine and Oganesson.
They are the 113th, 115th, 117th and 118th elements on the table, filling out the seventh row. These were the first additions to the table since 2011, when two elements were added.
The new elements, which are all synthetic, were discovered by smashing very light nuclei into each other and tracking the elements left behind in the aftermath.
Scientists first synthesized the new elements between 2002 and 2010 and they were added to the table at the very end of 2015. Their new names weren’t approved until the late November.
Juno spacecraft reached Jupiter
NASA’s Juno spacecraft made record-breaking close contact with Jupiter this year. In July, the spacecraft came within 2,600 miles (4,200km) of the largest planet in the solar system, cruising by at a speed of 130,000 miles per hour (208,000kph).
Juno, launched in 2011, is the first man-made object to orbit the giant planet since the end of the Galileo mission in 2003.
The solar-powered craft is designed to study Jupiter’s structure and intense magnetic field.
Scientists hope to shed light on how much water is in the planet’s atmosphere.
“What Juno’s about is looking beneath that surface… We’ve got to go down and look at what’s inside, see how it’s built, how deep these features go, learn about its real secrets,” Scott Bolton, the principal investigator for Juno with the Southwest Research Institute said.
The key to longevity?
A study found that getting rid of cells that no longer divide could be the key to human longevity.
Scientists at the Mayo Clinic found that cells which no longer divide inside our bodies, known as ‘senescent cells’, are linked to diseases of old age, such as kidney failure and type-2 diabetes.
The procedure increased the lifespan of mice by 17 to 35 percent. The drug also delayed the formation of tumors and reduced age-related deterioration of several organs. In addition, the mice looked healthier and had lower levels of inflammation in fat, muscle and kidney tissue.
A number of pharmaceutical companies are already working on developing drugs aimed at disposing of cellular waste.
Mice created in petri dish
In October, reproductive experts hailed a breakthrough as scientists successfully developed living mice from lab-created eggs.
Japanese scientists reprogrammed mouse tail cells as stem cells and turned them into eggs in a petri dish. The eggs were then fertilized and the embryos implanted in female mice, which went on to give birth to 11 healthy pups.
Should the method work in humans, it could provide a new method of treating infertility. The technique could also allow same-sex couples to produce biological offspring.
“Although we are a long way from making artificial eggs for women at the moment, this study also provides us with a basis for experimental models to explore how eggs develop from other species, including in women,” the University of Edinburgh’s Richard Anderson said.
Deep in the caves of Goyet in Belgium researchers have found the grisly evidence that the Neanderthals did not just feast on horses or reindeer, but also on each other.
Human bones from a newborn, a child and four adults or teenagers who lived around 40,000 years ago show clear signs of cutting and of fractures to extract the marrow within, they say.
“It is irrefutable, cannibalism was practised here,” says Belgian archaeologist Christian Casseyas as he looks inside a cave halfway up a valley in this site in the Ardennes forest.
The bones in Goyet date from when Neanderthals were nearing the end of their time on earth before being replaced by Homo sapiens, with whom they also interbred.
Once regarded as primitive cavemen driven to extinction by smarter modern humans, studies have found that Neanderthals were actually sophisticated beings who took care of the bodies of the deceased and held burial rituals.
But there is a growing body of proof that they also ate their dead.
The pharmaceutical industry swears the high cost of drugs is due to research and development costs, conveniently omitting the actual amount of money spent on the marketing of these drugs, which is exorbitantly more. A recent Deloitte report suggests that pharmaceutical companies are taking a hit because investments made in R&D on new drugs simply are not paying off anymore. 
As we previously reported, pharmaceutical companies spend more money on marketing drugs than research and development. Johnson & Johnson for example recently spent $17.5 billion on marketing and only $8.2 billion on research and development. Similarly Pfizer spent $11.4 billion on marketing and only $6.6 billion on research and development. 
Deloitte’s research into a total of 12 pharmaceutical companies’ R&D expenditures for the previous year is telling, even though the comparatively small amount of money spent on R&D isn’t paying off for Big Pharma like it used to.
“In 2010 Deloitte began following the top 12 pharmaceutical companies by R&D (or research and development) spending recorded the previous year. This 12-company cohort has since launched 186 products with estimated total revenue of $1.258 trillion, and it has collectively advanced 306 drug candidates with total forecast lifetime revenue of $1.414 trillion into late-stage development.” 
Though these figures are eye-popping, returns on R&D are a tiny 4.2% compared to the baseline of 10.1% observed in more recent years.
Returns have also been lower every year with the exception of 2014. There could be multiple factors causing the drop in returns, but sales forecasts have fallen by 50% to $416 million per year while development costs per drug have increased by 33%.
According to a report in BMJ, prescription drug companies aren’t putting a lot of resources toward new, groundbreaking medications, because it simply isn’t paying off. As outlined by the study authors, it seems that it is more profitable for the company to create variations of products that are already on the market.
“[P]harmaceutical research and development turns out mostly minor variations on existing drugs,” the authors write. “Sales from these drugs generate steady profits throughout the ups and downs of blockbusters coming off patents.”
What’s more, drug makers are also facing more stringent reviews of their drugs once they go to market. For example, GlaxoSmithKline was recently hit with analysis from the U.S. budget watchdog, the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, which found Glaxo’s new severe asthma therapy Nucala is overpriced by 63% or more.
The loss of billions in R&D returns in a trillion dollar industry is likely also the reason many companies promote off-label drug use and push clinical trials through the FDA using what is likely their own biased research.
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