ABRAHAM'S GREAT GRANDSON JOSEPH SAVES EGYPT & THE ISRAELITES by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.
In 1907 B.C., Abraham, worried ISAAC would marry a local Canaanite and dilute their Enlilite bloodline from Sumer, sent him back to Harran on the Euphrates to marry a daughter of their relatives there. Isaac brought Rebecca back from Harran to Canaan; there she bore him the twins ESAU and JACOB in 1963 B.C..
Famine from drought struck Canaan when the twins matured. Isaac thought he'd send Esau and Jacob to Nile-watered Egypt both to escape the famine and to find brides. Enlil vetoed Egypt across the still radiation-contaminated Sinai and ordered Isaac's family to an area of Canaan where wells tapped water. There Esau married a local.
Isaac worried his son Jacob would marry a Canaanite disloyal to Enlil. So Isaac sent Jacob to Harran to marry daughters of Leban (Isaac’s mother's brother).
ABRAHAM'S SON JACOB SAW ENLIL & CREW
On his journey north to Harran, "in a nighttime vision, Jacob saw a UFO, except for him it was not an UNidentified Flying Object; he realized its occupants were ‘angels of Elohim’ [Nibirans] and their Commander" [Enlil]. These "angels" were "flesh and blood human emissaries."
More at: http://enkispeaks.com/2013/03/11/joseph-abrahams-grandson-saves-egypt-brings-israelites-there/
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