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Most people know about Moses as a character in Bible and/or history as a Lawgiver but often don;t know what type of Law it was. It was Theocracy meaning Ruled by God versus the tyranny of Monarchy.
The next Lawgiver is NOT taught as he should be in schools even at Collegiate and Univeristy level and that was Solon = Σ?λων, c. 638 BC – 558 BC. Solon repealed the horrific laws of Draco where the word "Draconian" tyranny comes from and was the father of both Democracy and Republic versus the tyranny of the ruling class Archons of Athens the Polis = City State.
So we will look at these men and their Laws they gave to humanity that oppose tyranny and monarchy and its hidden councils of oligarchy rule.
You may not be familiar with Moses just yet, but it is only a matter of time. The classically trained baritone has always been drawn to creative outlets. Initially discouraged in these pursuits by conservative parents in his native Israel, the world traveler and performance artist found a home in New York City’s club scene – where his musical ambitions began to thrive. The release of his first single “I’m Your Man,” featuring pop group XELLE, catapulted him into the spotlight with the provocative video quickly reaching over 200,000 views on YouTube. Building upon his success and never one to remain idle for long, Moses will release a remix of “I’m Your Man” on August 21st in addition to new single “I Always Say Goodbye”, on September 18th - both of which have been remixed by Jerome Farley and the Del Pino Bros. A debut EP titled Predictions: Vol. 1 will also be released later this year.
Produced by Billboard Pop Songwriting Award winner Zach Adam, the music of Moses features a dichotomy of themes and emotion – dark and ominous at times, but paired with an upbeat sound focused on positivity. Inspiration can be found nearly anywhere for the singer. “I’m Your Man” was heavily influenced by 80’s new wave pop with a modern twist – driven by its dirty synth sound, heavy beats and unique vocals from a well trained musician that give the song a heavenly allure. With so much for his new fans to look forward to, Moses is an artist that is in the business of making music for the right reasons.
Tonight we finish our chat on Moses and Solon and the Constitutions they gave to their people that affect us ALL to this day.
Remember that Cush, Semiramis, and Nimrod gave the World Absolute Monarchy and Oligarchy that has continued non stop through time.
However, Moses and Solon rose up as Lawgivers against tyranny and gave the World Theocracy, Democracy and Republic versus the oppressive governments of Monarchy and Oligarchy.
The Torah IS a Constitution to Israel and Humanity for Theocracy whre it is the Rule of God.
Democracy and Republic are by the People for the People who have elected Representatives who rule by permission in a trust granted to them in an ideal government that has not been corrupted.
Moses has a fit of anger which led him to striking the rock from which water would flow instead of speaking to it the way God told him to. Because of this transgression, Moses did not get to enter the Promised Land. The Lord explains to Moses that it is a matter of trust.
This gets me wondering in what ways to I take an action other than what God intends...because of a lack of trust and faith?
This episode of The Forbidden Fruit will have fun with the Moses story. How could millions of people roam around lost for 40 years without someone saying, "Moses are we there yet"? Was it a "Man" thing and he refused to pull over and ask for directions. How come there was no evidence of his lost tribe left in the desert? There was nothing. You'd think you would find some bones, camps, latrines, old clothes, Coca Cola bottles, Hamburgrer Wrappers, something! Nothing! How come there's nothing in the history books about the 400 plus years of Hebrew slavery? You think something like that would have made the headlines.
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Our Guest speaker on July 13, 2014 was Jim Odell who delivered a message to an assembly of the People in Fulton, SD at 10am CDT.