The references in UFO ‘Old Testament
There are many references to ufology in the ancient testament of the bible. If Ezekiel is already analyzed with steps 43.4, it can be seen that this prophet was “used to” with regard to alien contact. Ezekiel, Enoch and Elijah were among the first men to live an experience aboard spaceships. But let’s go by order. In the Old Testamnte the Glory of God is very often mentioned, then we will see what Biglino Mauro the biblical Hebrew translator of the Masoretic code with which the Bible is codified tells us.
Moses took the tent, and pitched it for himself outside the camp, at some distance from the camp, and called it a meeting tent; and whoever sought the Lord went out to the meeting table, which was outside the camp. When Moses went out to go to the tent, all the people got up and each one stood at the entrance of his own tent and followed Moses with his eyes, until he entered the tent. As soon as Moses entered the tent, the column of cloud descended, stopped at the entrance to the tent, and the Lord spoke with Moses. All the people saw the column of cloud standing at the entrance to the tent; all the people stood up and each worshiped at the entrance to their own tent. Now the Lord spoke with Moses face to face, as a man talks to his friend; then Moses returned to the camp; but Joshua the son of Nun, his young helper, did not depart from the tent. Moses said to the Lord: “You see, you say to me:” Bring this people up! ” But don’t let me know who you will send with me. Yet you said: “I know you personally and you have also found grace in my eyes”. Now then, if I have found grace in your eyes, please let me know your ways, so that I may know you and may find grace in your eyes. Consider that this nation is your people ».
And then again, what do you think the birth of the Messiah indicated to the Magi if not a spaceship? If it had been a fixed comet in the sky as tradition celebrates, could an imaginary line drawn by a star have ever been able to indicate a precise place? it would be like saying to draw a perpendicular from the Moon to the earth to identify a precise place. What opened the Red Sea to let the Jewish people flee Egypt? Having said that, let’s analyze what Mauro Biglino, a well-known translator of Hebrew from the word “Glory” in the TA, has gained.
He declares that Glory translated by the term “kevod” indicates a heavy, sharp object, so nothing transcendent and abstract, but an object with a proper physical fullness.
Contrary to what has been handed down for millennia, the term is also used as kabod / Kebod / Kevod or even as k’bod / k’vod. In Exodus 33.22 “wehaya baabor kebod” “my glory shall pass away”. In the Biblical Hebrew dictionary this term is translated as “strong” from Kabad properly heavy / weight / honor / honorable / glorious. Therefore Kabad the term that gives rise to Kevod indicates heavy / weight as an extension of glorious / honorable, so if one thing is honorable, it has weight on others and therefore: heavy.
Biglino started from the fact that according to him the Torah uses words that are transpositions of more ancient terms since the events of the bible could not narrate events in Hebrew as the Hebrew language had not yet been codified. The word Kabad in Hebrew seems to be a derivative of the Kabatu word in Akkadian, as is found in the official Akkadian dictionary of the Association Assyrophile de France, but what does it mean in Akkadian? What is surprising is that in the definitions this term is widely used and that instead the term glorious / honorable is by extension “having weight / making heavy” and not the opposite. But should Akkadian still derive from an ancient term still earlier? in fact the Akkadian dictionaries report Kabatu Akkadian term for the Sumerian Dugud.
The Sumerian Lexicon (by John Halloran) translates Dugud: cloud / weight / heavy. A terminology that identifies something solid and not abstract. Other dictionary the Sumerian Glossary (by Daniel Foxvog) defines Dugud: heavy / huge / weighty / important here too the main meaning seems to be “heavy” and only by “important” extension. There are therefore 3 languages starting with the Sumerian, then the Akkadian and in the end the Hebrew which identify the “Glory” as a concrete and not spiritual concept .