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Behemoth - The Dinosaurs of the Bible That Were Made to Be Played With by Angels - LIZ PURCELL

Behemoth – The Dinosaurs of the Bible That Were Made to Be Played With by Angels

The Hebrew word Behemoth is usually translated as “beast” or “cattle” and is used 9 times in reference to carnal animal quadrupeds or man in a “carnal” or “animalistic” state of mind. It is transliterated once as Behemoth in the Book of Job to describe a specific animal whose strength, size, and appetite could only be a dinosaur and could only have existed before the cataclysm that ended The Raysheeth Era. The use of “Behemoth” is unique and is spelled different than the other word for beast, BHMH, (Beh-hay-mah). Behaymah is a mammalian quadruped most often referred to as a cow. These two words look and sound nothing alike. Behaymah are basically cows. Sheep have cows. Whales have cows. Every adult female mammal is a cow. There were no female mammals large enough to meet the descriptive requirements in the Olde English Lexicon. This forced the scribes to insert the transliteration of Behemoth in Job.

Behold now behemoth, which I made with thee; he eateth grass as an ox. Lo now, his strength is in his loins, and his force is in the navel of his belly. He moveth his tail like a cedar:

KJV – Job 40:15-16

“He is the Chief of the Ways of God.” If the word Dinosaur does not exist, and the Translators are attempting to describe a large and strong animal; that has a tail like a cedar tree; and can drink an immense amount of water; what would they call it? Surely they may have contemplated the use of the word elephant, but its tail resembles a whip, not a cedar tree. You can see the potential for confusion when they had no idea what a Dinosaur was in 1611. So, lacking an appropriate English word, they chose instead to transliterate the Hebrew word in the manuscript to Behemoth in Job 40:15. All other translations of behemoth use the word “beast” and the concept becomes irrelevant and is treated as one of the other six Hebrew words from which “beast” is translated.

The Behaymah are the Quadrupeds of Genesis mostly translated as Cows. This word appears in 172 verses and is translated as beast or cow but it is not The Behemoth in Job. Both the Hebrew Dictionary and Strong’s Concordance define Behemoth as “a hippopotamus,” which has an even smaller tail. Strong adds water ox and cattle to the pool of associated animals described as Behaymah. Behaymah are animals that produce milk and have umbilical chords.

We hypothesize that Behemoth were egg laying, warm-blooded Quadrupeds that nursed their young with milk. The flexible shell protected both the mother and the infant from its horn buds and claws. We examine the verse below, as literary paleontologists on an archeological expedition through time and translations in order to discover this truly remarkable and enormous Beast. Behold, The Dinosaur… He is an herbivore… His tail is like a cedar tree… His strength is in his midsection… His bones are like metal tubes… His backbone is like cast iron… Made first in Raysheeth by The Supreme Deity…

The description in Job is so bizarre that it warrants the transliteration to Behemoth. The Translators understood that the animal kingdom was made up of thousands of species and could not consciously give this animal any known name for the sake of their credibility. Rather than invent an English word for something that does not exist, they transliterate the Hebrew word, BHBTH, to Behemoth, and then move on. Each scribe had thousands of verses to translate, at some point they make the best possible guess and move on. There are ten verses in the Hebrew Bible containing the word Behemoth.* In nine instances it is translated, as “beast” or “beasts.” In some instances it refers to a humble animal, or man in an animalistic state, and in several instances it is a reference to the prehistoric Beasts of Raysheeth.

The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance provides Behemoth of Job 40:15 it’s very own entry designation number, 930. All other uses of Behemah are assigned number 929 and are generalized references to “wild beasts” or “beast-like” Men. The use of the term Behemoth in Job has to be recognized for it’s unique displacement as an unrecognized particularly enormous beast. The analysis of the translations of Behemoth in the Hebrew texts is perplexing and worthy of deeper study by Hebrew Scholars.

How much attention does this one word merit given they were attempting to translate the entire Hebrew Scripture with a high level of spiritual accuracy in a timely manner. They work on a word for a while and eventually move on for the sake of completing the translation in their lifetimes. Not in haste, but in an attempt to find an appropriate English word or concept for each Hebrew word in the manuscript. The order of progression for the choice of words would be something like; exact, appropriate, approximate, adequate, and when no other option is available in the Lexicon, transliterate.

Transliteration – Is a mapping from one system of writing into another, word by word. Transliteration attempts to be exact, so that an informed reader should be able to reconstruct the original spelling of unknown transliterated words. To achieve this objective, transliteration may define complex conventions for dealing with letters in a source script which do not correspond with letters in a goal script.

If the Translators knew what we know now would they have translated Behemoth as a Dinosaur? Better yet, if scientists had been looking for Behemoth would they have called them Dinosaurs?

He is the chief of the ways… KJV – Job 40:19

We know this word does not literally mean “beginning.” We need to transliterate the word to Raysheeth and then analyze the other words to determine a more suitable translation. In order for the Dinosaur to be included in the Bible it makes more scientific sense that:

He treaded the land of Raysheeth… TGR – Job 40:19

The word translated, as “Treaded” is, Dehrek. It is “a way,” as in a path where the feet of animals have created a tread on the land. We hypothesize that Behemoth is a term for the most ferocious Dinosaur on the Planet. This Dinosaur may eat grass but it is described as something that living creatures need fear.

And when he has gone feeding up a steep mountain, he causes joy to those living on the lowlands.

TGR – Job 40:20

Dinosaurs existed and the creature described in Job lived in a time called Raysheeth. It terrorized the lowlands, and whenever it ascended to a mountaintop to feed, the other living creatures played and frolicked according to the etymology of the Hebrew concept of “joy.” They were joyous because they had to hide in the creature’s presence, every one in fear for their lives. Given these facts we can axiomatically conclude that the Raysheeth Era is a prehistoric Biblical Age when the Behemoth made Dinosaur tracks on the land.

Biblical Axiom – A logical argument founded in Scripture, which uses two or more verses to substantiate the analysis of a word or concept contained in one of the verses. The Logic is based on the assumption that an omniscient Supreme Deity psycho-kinetically provided accurate information to the Authors of the Holy Scriptures through the transmission of a Supreme Sacred Breath of Life.

Parabolic Axioms

There have two colors of flowers. The Roses are red. The Violets are blue. If this is the information given one can easily deduce that roses and violets make purples. If orange is the key to happiness. Then yellow wisdom and red rage becomes the key to unlocking anger when melted together in equal parts. Now you know what purples are when you see that word in a sentence. Now you know that wisdom and rage are opposite forces. These groups of parables form a mathematical equation of sorts whose derivatives, tangents, and integrals exist in verbal form. The Axiomatic Analysis of Raysheeth to this point reads something like: An Entity was created before the squeezing of the Raysheeth Age into existence. In Raysheeth, God created Heaven and he himself The Earth. Behold the Behemoth, which was made with Job in Raysheeth. Raysheeth is the Hebrew term for the Geologic Age of the Dinosaurs.

A logical Theo-scientific conclusion would be that the Cretaceous – Paleogene Extinction Event ended the Raysheeth Age and world of The Dinosaurs. If the Bible is Divinely inspired, it is Biblically Axiomatic to conclude that: In Raysheeth God created heaven, the Earth, and then the Dinosaurs. Not with hands or with machines, but with sacred words spoken through time and space into the ether of Dark Matter that permeates this system of things.

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