Reading Isaiah’s Mind – Chapter Eighteen – verses 1 – 7

A prophecy Against Cush

cruel
Black actually means to give-off (emanate) no color whatsoever, but to emit a bottomless (endless; unfathomable) hue of darkness (evil; wickedness; villainry and moral-bankruptcy). Black is the opposite of white, which symbolizes light; intelligence clarity; moral-innocence and purity.  In the context of Isiah’s message, black has nothing to do with the color of a man’s skin, but everything to do with the complexion (nature; character) of a man’s soul. A man of “Cush” is a black-hearted soul who notoriously lacks a functioning conscience.

The title Cush is descriptive adjective meaning: “black” or “shrouded-in-darkness”. Men of “Cush” notoriously lack functioning consciences. In the context of Isiah’s message, black has nothing to do with the color of a man’s skin, but everything to do with the complexion (nature; character) of a man’s soul. Black indicates “destitute-of-light”  (devoid of truth or honesty ) and being incapable of reflecting (casting-back without absorbing) it. Black gives-off (emits; discharges; gives-forth) no color whatsoever, but emits (diffuses; radiates)  an unfathomable hue of darkness (evil;  wickedness; villainry and  moral-bankruptcy). Black is the opposite of white, which symbolizes light; intelligence clarity; moral-innocence and purity. In describing the human soul, black is the total absence of light (truth; integrity; virtue). Isaiah uses the name “Cush” to identify a “breed” (species) of humans who are instinctively drawn to darkness and deceit. They are now and have always been black-hearted  (reprobate; depraved; degenerate) souls who, having for so , long found satisfaction, excitement and pleasure in darkness and deceit, they become repulsed (nauseated; sickered; disgusted) by light. The Old Testament man,  “Cush” (the eldest son of Ham),  is the father (author; creator; initiator; architect) of Nimrod (which means: “rebellion ”) and added to this  “Cush” is the firstborn son (heir) of Ham  (which means: “intense-feelings”, especially of anger or excitement; passion; vehemence; fervor; enthusiasm; fury; enmity; controversy; antagonism).

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swarm of flies1. Woe (disaster; cataclysm; damnation) to the land (church; religion; society; organization) of whirring-wings  (a swarm of flies lured by death and decay) attracted to Cush’s carcass  (dead-body; lifeless-corpse) .

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Mormon missionaries
Salt Lake’s envoys are carefully selected because they are are “innocent-looking” (innocuous-looking; gullible; well-intentioned; wet-behind-the-ears).

2. Envoys are sent by the West (Mormon headquarters in Salt Lake City) and by vessels (tools; useful-fools)  Cush’s people cunningly send-out “innocent-looking” (innocuous; gullible; well-intentioned; wet-behind-the-ears) as envoys  (messengers; missionaries) from the West (Salt Lake City) in an effort to hasten (accelerate; quicken; step-up) the work  (objective) of the destroyer  (the adversary; “Power-of-Darkness”; power of black-magic).

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3. All of you (men sitting on one of Salt Lake’s “Thrones-of Blaspheme” along with those of you  who accept (believe; trust; buy; swallow) the world (culture; culture; sphere; domain; society; realm) of Mormonism. Every last one of you see it when the banner (sign; token; thing serving as a visible or tangible representation of God to be seen far off, showing people where to assemble) is lifted-up against the Salt Lake’s fortress in the Rocky-Mountains and you will hear it when the trumpet sounds (blasts).

trumpet blast
The banner lifted-up against Salt Lake’s fraudulent prieshood leadership will be seen by everyone and trumpet blast announcing the day of Judgement will be heard by everyone. 

The trumpet, like the shofar, was not so much an instrument of music as one of “teru’ah” (sound; noise), that is, of alarm and for signaling. Its primary use was to give signals to the people and their chiefs to assemble and to break camp ; also generally to announce an important event and to aid in the joyous shouting of the people on festive occasions (II Kings 11:14; Hos. 5: 8). But its chief use, at least in later times, was religious; and it was therefore almost exclusively a priestly instrument (Num. 10:8, 31: 6; II Chron. 13:12, 14). It was sounded on New Moons; at the daily offerings; and during the pauses in the singing of the Psalms, when the people fell down and worshiped (Num. 10: 10; II Chron. 24: 26-28). Altogether from twenty-one to forty-eight trumpet-blasts are said to have been sounded daily in the Temple . The sound of the trumpet also accompanied the joyous ceremony of water-drawing on the Feast of Tabernacles; and a blast of trumpets announced the beginning and close of the Sabbath . As the shofar was the instrument par excellence of New-Year’s Day, so was the trumpet that of solemn fastdays.

 

 

 

4 For, thus saith the Lord, unto me. I have kept-myself-quiet (remained-silent; said-nothing),  but now I am vociferating  (complaining-loudly and vehemently) because of the slaughter of my seed (offspring; desendants; heirs; successors; children; progeny) while Ham (excitement; passion; vehemence; fervor; enthusiasm)  dazzles  (blinds-temporarily) Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) concerning  my light (enlightenment; illumination; morning-light; revelation) like a thick-dark-cloud of dew (tiny drops of water that form on cool surfaces at night, when atmospheric vapor condenses) because of the heat (intensity of feeling, especially of anger or excitement; passion; intensity; vehemence; fervor; enthusiasm; fury) during the harvest (gathering; collecting) of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons).

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snuffers
 “Snuffers” are tools (instruments; easily manipulated men) who serve the purpose of extinguishing (suffocating; choking-off; snuffing-out; cutting-off) a flame on a candle by momentarily closing-off the burning wick from the air .

5 Indeed (as a matter of fact),  even before the harvest,  the finest (purest) buds (new-growth on the plant) to break-forth  and mature (ripening; yielding bountifully) are being removed (stripped-off; torn-off) then their shoots, twigs and sprigs are cut-off (pruned) by snuffers (extinguishers; suffocators; chokers; suppressors) for…you see… what they have in mind is Israel’s dispersion (disbandment, dispersal, scattering, dissipation) to point (directing everyone’s attention)  to  the cut-off tendrils of Israel’s vines (lineages; bloodlines; families; dynasties).

 

 

 

water-oxen
Water-Oxen are Melchizedek priesthood leaders who’ve been castrated (neutered; weakened; emasculated; deprived of verility) and work as draft animals (pulling heavy loads). Castration makes them easier to control.

6. Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) have have lost-a-grip-on (forgotten; suppressed; consigned to oblivion; abandoned; let-go-of; put-out-of-mind;) their-unity for (on-account-of; in consideration of) Rocky-Mountain Water-oxen (castrated Melchizedek priesthood leaders working as draft animals to pull heavy loads). Castration makes them easier to control), thus ending (finishing; stopping; terminating; discontinuing; curtailing; cancelling; annulling) the rise (ascent; excelling; exalting; recovery) in authority (power; jurisdiction; dominion; sovereignty) of this generation of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons).

 

 

7.  During that era (age; cycle; generationstage; time period in history), gifts (offerings; presents) will be brought to The Lord of Hosts  from the same people who are now exploiting (taking advantage of; imposing upon; abusing) you and from people that this generation of Israel’s people revere (love; esteem; are afraid of) more than themselves and prophets consuming (tuckering ; draining the life out of ; exhausting; tiring) the people of the land. Rulers and more rulers while those who are trampled under-foot by LDS leadership spoil (indulge; pamper; gratify) them . This generation of Israel’s people exalts (lifts-up; deifies) those of their society who are established (set-up; appointed ) with the  name   “Mount Zion’s Lord of Hosts”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0of the Lord, God Almighty’s and His name 42 (children; nature, character; personality; moral fiber).

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