[theme] : book ‘Song of songs’ : also axed as Esau’s romanticized version of the Cush theme , as the ones added to the 144 [likely as maimed prophets book !] 

[theme]  : book ‘Song of songs’ :
also axed as Esau’s romanticized 
version of the Cush theme ,
as the ones added to the 144
[likely as maimed prophets book !] 

[version ; 2024-07jul.13]  

           … we never gave this book much attention , right – and for obvious reasons ;
           but since it’s hard to find anything solid about the present Ham / Cush theme
           and because in this book appears ‘a dark-skinned figure’ : within a buildup
           showing several aspects óf the Cush theme , it warrants a further look    —
           please don’t mind the use of ‘sections’ below for it is to keep the overview :
                                                                       first impression 
           — absolute main problem : ‘adoring the flesh’ here 
           … though there’s nothing wrong with a bit lovey-dovey the Red flag ofcourse
           is that this theme ends up in Nothing here — no message , no deeper meaning
           and in fact running contrary to everything God said about ‘this type body’ 
           while it mocks the trouble Christ had to go through to get rid of this ape , no ;
           and considered love-language itself :
           don’t worry that “this axed book might feel like a loss to you — for it will not” :
           the lovey-dovey type talk here is a disguise of the inherent selfish desire both
           of ‘him’ and ‘her’ simply because a nice projection must be created serving the
           desire of the current own flesh — so that both ‘take to the full’ instead of ‘giving’ :
           HOW different is the eden-type love ! ,
           where soon your own stunningly beautiful female Gorgeous will push herself
           to your chest and be your feelings , and she will come for you (-both) in every
           separate part of her breathtaking body just through your attention upon each
           part and the whole of her – which she will feel as your great desire on her ;
           this concept is so pretty that it dwarfs the lovey-dovey language here , yet for
           the same reason this eden-concept is not tóo directly described in the scroll as
           to not have it polluted by the thoughts of this ape we still dwell in    
           — the Esau language and story-line
           … continued from previous point — we saw how in his fraud ‘book Esther’ he
           had her swooning in the arms of the king , while in his next fraud ‘Ruth’ she
           slept with ‘Boaz’ on the threshing floor yet this book had to top both of those ;
           which is much more presumable as the ‘official’ suggestion that the writer of 
           this book “was influenced by Greek poetry around the 3d century BC” 
           [even though they are close : ofcóurse it was written by Esau in that time ,
           the Hebrew mixed with unclear Aramaic , the jumping thoughtlines , it all
           reads ‘sloppy’ compared with the beautiful style of writing and phrasing in
           uncorrupted (!) sections of OT and prophets]  ; 
           however ,
           the buildup of this story here is very illogical — unlike his fraud ‘Jonah’ where
           he obviously had a goal to work to — for his ‘love poetry lines’ feel unnatural :
           as if “the poetry filled in blanks within a story” instead of “a love story”,
           as if ‘a love story’ was never the intent here : does that make Sense please ?
           the buildup has strange plot twists ,
           like “the lover suddenly disappearing and the girl being beaten by guards” 
           and strange aspects glued to unfollowable side-steps suggesting very much
           that “anóther story was the real basis for this one”
           [please see how that worked out in the breakdown , below]  ;          
           — but in reality , Esau hates Cush ! 
           … the house Canaan – together with his brother Cush – are the heathens
           that have no affinity with the Scroll [-save the small Cush group ofcourse !] ,
           therefore Esau has worked to link them tó the scroll (-and to this theme in
           general – see the ‘Mecca Ritual’ in the Zeph.1 page) ,
           yet Esau has much trouble concealing his hatred and loathing for the dark
           skinned people as ‘the lowest class of the house Canaan’ [where Canaan
           himsélf also discriminates his own !] , starting with the ancient Egyptians
           (Esau) that loathed the dark Nubians at their southern border , then slavery ,
           Freemasonry , until modern Esau dressing up his NWO [-where he even
           hates the Slavs , calling them “the white negroes”] , and knowing this makes
           it even more Strange why he would invent “a love story” featuring a girl that
           is described as “dark (-skinned)” as the lóver of Solomon ?
           the only answer is “because it is based upon anóther theme” that he has
           turned into an occult Ritual : ofcourse never no “king Solomon” wrote this
           piece but ‘the king’ here is ‘Esau (‘Canaan’ ) while the girl is Cush’ ! , 
           and all of Jacob would suppórt “Cush belonging to the king” disguised as a 
           harmless (!) love story between a black girl and king Solomon !    
           true – this would only work if Canaan (‘Esau’) would have created a Link unto
           himself representing ‘Solomon’ : and he did ! starting around the 12th century
           when he produced Kabbalistic texts in which Solomon became his ultimate
           king , wizard and sorcerer , in order to link to God (read : vampire off Him) ;
           in his Zohar (I,20a) he writes how Solomon was the first to comprehend the
           Kabbalistic notion of ‘kelipot’ , the spiritual “husks” in Creation [=this earth] 
           that cover and conceal the so-called “holy sparks within” — and this is linked
           to Song of songs 6:11 where ‘Solomon’ says “I went down to the grove of
           nuts [ginat egoz]… ” , explaining how Solomon meditated upon the egoz as
           having that same tough exterior and inner fruit as metaphor for the Universe ;
           it’s just one example of the many ,
           and note how the Sephirot is similar to the Chakra theory so that you have
           a notion of the type cultures and people that are ‘Canaan’
           too much ? – well , we know how Esau thinks , no ?
                                                                              theme breakdown 
           … please know that it’s not possible to restore a clear-cut breakdown simply
           because the storyline was very extended ; therefore only the main points :
    text quotes                                                                                       real meaning  
    1  (1:1)                                   
    Solomon’s work                                                                             start : the 144 remnant        (SHlmh=SHrth)
    king brings her to him                                                                the 144 need the ones to be complete
    she : I am black                                                                               description of Cush
    she : ‘my mothers sons are angry at me’                          so bizarre line that it can only be about ‘Canaan’
    ‘they made me keep [their]  vineyards’                             hatefully & gleefully imprisoning the Cush ones 
    he : ‘then go forth from them’                                                 the Cush ones need to escape 
    [… poetry …]                                                                                      [……………]    
    2  (2:1-3)
    “some being among others”                                                     [chapter 2 can be about “the anti-144” but also
    (2:4-9)                                                                                                   about “the Spirit” – see descriptions : either the
    “some being in a good place”                                                   anti-144 are removed from the 144 , OR the
    (2:10-17)                                                                                             Spirit is removed from the 144 [=most probable]  ; 
    “some going away”                                                                        similar section & buildup in ch.5 : the anti-144 ?] 
    3  (3:1-3)
    she : SEEKING (-the one I love) [repeated]                     SEEKING the ones of Cham                          <<<
    ‘seeking in the streets & broad ways’                                 seeking the world with a candle
    she : FINDING (-my love)                                                           to be ADDED to the house [-of the 144] 
    ‘bringing him to my mother’s house’ (wut?) 
    who comes from the wilderness with                                attributes of Cush (?) [-and see Zephaniah 1] 
    myrrh + perfume + frankincense + powders 
    ‘valiant ones with swords , experts in war ,                     the Cush ones deFacto added to the 144
    silver + gold + purple’ 
    4  (4:1-16)
    [descriptions sound like Eden]                                                Zephaniah 3 closes with Eden
    he : I am bringing delighful things                                         the anti-144 had the scroll (?)
    she : I am in doubt                                                                          the anti-144 question the restored scroll
    “something gone and lost”                                                        the anti-144 removed (?)
    she : ‘evil ones smite me’                                                             the anti-144 judged 
    [… poetry …]                                                                                        [……………] 
    [closing 6-7-8 :] 
    … the chance that indeed the underlying theme originally was Cush is highly possible ,
    where at this point only one theme is lacking still , so that these final chapters must be
    about “the punishment of Canaan” (-and / or Esau & Adam) , and see next :
    6  (6:1-2)
    “questioning the whereabouts of someone”                  of the enemy ?
    she : 
    you are terrible as [an army]  with banners                     the 144 as army against Canaan / Esau (?)
    + a name + a location
    sun + moon + [army]  with banners                                      when the sun goes Dark (?) 
    7  (1-13)
    [unknown ; most appears deflecting poetry] 
    [‘Damascus’ in line 4]                                                                    [may or may not be about ‘Adam’ after 6:10] 
    8  (1-14)
    [reads like ‘a summary’]                                                               this is curious : oftentimes genuine prophet chapters
                                                                                                                       close with a summary unto the addressee and also
                                                                                                                       here several (important-) aspects are repeated ;
                                                                                                                       suggesting that Esau mutilated a prophet book 
                                                                                                                       (while having inserted his lovey-dovey sections)
                                                                                                                        rather than “having retold a story in his own words”
                                                                                                                        as in the case of his books ‘Ruth’ and ‘Jonah’
           conclusion :
           …. there’s a realistic chance that Esau mutilated an original prophet book here ,
           and we discussed (-in a similar case) “how changing an original text Ritually
           generates much more energy as any made-up or retold story”    —
           perhaps THAT must be the value of having looked at these chapters – to undo
           the occult Ritual that Esau made of them – rather than acquiring new aspects
           of this Cush theme through her breakdown : the text simply is too corrupted



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