What is "Adultery"?
There has been much conversation recently on some of
the lists about adultery; many just can't understand how one can say that adultery is the
mixing of the races. Well this is a short study that I have prepared to try and show you
how one can derive at this train of thought.
Since the original meaning of the word adultery has been expunged from
the dictionaries and encyclopedias by the Jews and their boot-licks, one can come up with
the same information by the use of the scriptures and the fact that Yahweh does not use
different words to describe the same law.
I will put together a more comprehensive study in the near future but
it will have to be more than a 100 pages in lengty to really show you how to come to that
conclusion. And it will take some study on your part, which I know that most of you know
how to do and are quite willing to do so, to gain more knowledge of Yahweh's Word. Some
will, of course, reject it out of hand because that is not what they want to believe and
therefore will reject it without even so much as a cusorty study; but that is the way will
all of Yahweh's Word, especially the hard things.
For the scriptures say:
Proverbs 25:2: "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is
to search out a matter."
Eccl 1:13: "And I gave my heart to seek and search out by wisdom concerning all
things that are done under heaven: this sore travail hath God given to the sons of man to
be exercised therewith."
We know from a study of the Scriptures that the word beast means a race or people who are
not Israelites. In other words the Chinese, Jews, Negroes, as well as evil men who are
both Israelites and non-Israelites.
From New Unger's Bible Dictionary) (originally published by Moody Press of Chicago,
Illinois. Copyright (C) 1988).
Figurative. In a figurative or symbolical sense, the term frequently occurs in Scripture
and generally refers to the sensual and groveling or ferocious and brutal natures properly
belonging to the brute creation. The psalmist speaks of himself as being "like a
beast" before God, while giving way to merely sensuous considerations <Psalm.
73:22>. THE WORD IS SOMETIMES USED FIGURATIVELY OF BRUTAL MEN. Hence the phrase "I
fought with wild beasts at Ephesus" <1 Corinthians 15:32, cf. Acts 19:29> is a
figurative description of a fight with strong and exasperated enemies. For a similar use
of the word see <Ecclesiastes 3:18; 2 Peter 2:12; Jude 10>.
A WILE BEAST IS THE SYMBOL OF SELFISH, TYRANNICAL MONARCHIES. The four beasts in
<Daniel 7:3,17,23>, represent four kingdoms <Ezekiel 34:28; Jeremiah 12:9>.
IN THE APOCALYPSE THE BEAST OBVIOUSLY MEANS A WORLDLY POWER WHOSE RISING OUT OF THE SEA
INDICATES THAT IT OWES ITS ORIGIN TO THE COMMOTIONS OF THE PEOPLE <Revelation 13:1;
The "four beasts" (Gk. zoa, "living creatures," not therion,
"beast" in the strict sense) of the KJV of <Revelation 4:6> should be
rendered "four living ones" or "four living creatures" (so NASB and
NIV). See Cherub, Cherubim. (from New Unger's Bible Dictionary) (originally published by
Moody Press of Chicago, Illinois. Copyright (C) 1988.)
From Fausset's Bible Dictionary:
SYMBOLICALLY, MAN SEVERED FROM GOD AND RESTING ON HIS OWN PHYSICAL OR INTELLECTUAL
STRENGTH, OR MATERIAL RESOURCES, IS BEASTLY AND BRUTISH. He is only manly when Godly, for
man was made in the image of God. So ASAPH DESCRIBES HIMSELF, WHEN ENVYING THE PROSPEROUS
WICKED," I WAS AS A BEAST before Thee" (<Psalm. 73:22>). "Man in
honor (apart from God) abideth not, he is like the beasts that perish" (<Psalm.
49:12>). The multitude opposing Messiah are but so many "bulls" and
"calves" to be stilled by His "rebuke" (<Psalm. 68:30>). Those
"THAT WALK AFTER THE FLESH IN THE LUST OF UNCLEANNESS, AS NATURAL BRUTE BEASTS, ARE
MADE ONLY TO BE TAKEN AND DESTROYED" (<2 Peter 2:12>). So persecutors of
Christians, as Paul's opponents at Ephesus (<1 Corinthians 15:32>). The
"beast" (<Revelation 13; Revelation 15; Revelation 17; Revelation 19>) is
the combination of all these sensual, lawless, God opposing features. THE FOUR SUCCESSIVE
WORLD EMPIRES ARE REPRESENTED AS BEASTS coming up out of the sea whereon the winds of
heaven strove (<Daniel :7>). The kingdom of Messiah, on the contrary, is that of
"the Son of MAN," supplanting utterly the former, and alone everlasting and
world wide. In <Revelation 4; 5>, the four cherubic forms are not "beasts"
(as KJV), but "living creatures" ([zoa]). The "beast" ([theerion (grk
2342)]) is literally the wild beast, untamed to the obedience of Christ and God
(<Romans 8:7>). THE "HARLOT" OR APOSTATE CHURCH (compare <Revelation
12:1>, etc., with <Revelation 17:1>, etc.; <Isaiah 1:21>) SITS FIRST ON THE
BEAST, which again is explained as "seven mountains upon which she sitteth";
probably seven universal God-opposed empires (contrast <Jeremiah 51:25> with
<Isaiah 2:2>) of which the seven-hilled Rome is the prominent embodiment, namely,
Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Mede Persia, Greece, Rome (including the modern Latin kingdoms),
and the Germano-Slavonic empire. The woman sitting on them is the church conformed to the
world; therefore the instrument of her sin is retributively made the instrument of her
punishment (<Ezekiel 23; Jeremiah 2:19; Revelation 17:16>).
"The spirit of man," even as it normally ascends to God, whose image he bore, so
at death "goeth upward"; and the spirit of the beast, even as its desires tend
downward to merely temporal wants, "goeth downward" (<Ecclesiastes 3:21>).
God warns against cruelty to the brute (<Deuteronomy 22:6-7>). He regarded the
"much cattle" of Nineveh (<Jonah 4:11>). He commanded that they should be
given the sabbath rest. As to the creature's final deliverance, see <Romans
8:20-23>. (from Fausset's Bible Dictionary)
1). Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
2). Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is
in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:
Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a
jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and
fourth generation of them that hate me; And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love
me, and keep my commandments.
3). Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold
him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
4). Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy
work: But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any
work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy
cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates: For in six days the LORD made heaven
and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the
LORD blessed the sabbath day, and hallowed it.
5). Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the
LORD thy God giveth thee.
6). Thou shalt not kill. (Should have been rendered "murder."
7). Thou shalt not commit adultery.
8). Thou shalt not steal.
9). Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.
10). Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's
wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that
is thy neighbour's.
Now the 7th commandment is to not commit adultery; the 10th commandment is to not covet
ones neighbors wife; the two would be the same commandment. Therefore, it is obvious that
the 7th is entirely different than the 10th which is to covet anothers wife.
Therefore, the following verses make much more sense when we realize that
"Adultery" is the mixing of another race or people other than a brother or
Leviticus 18:23: "NEITHER SHALT THOU LIE WITH ANY BEAST TO DEFILE THYSELF THEREWITH:
NEITHER SHALL ANY WOMAN STAND BEFORE A BEAST TO LIE DOWN THERETO: it is confusion."
Yahweh does not kill just to be killing; and to kill an animal because a woman had
intercourse with it would be unfair, unjust and unreasonable because the beast would not
know any better than to treat the woman as another animal. Yahweh simply would not do
Leviticus 20:15-16: "And if a man lie with a beast, he shall surely be put to death:
and ye shall slay the beast. And IF A WOMAN APPROACH UNTO ANY BEAST, and LIE DOWN THERETO,
THOU SHALT KILL THE WOMAN, and THE BEAST: they shall surely be put to death; their blood
shall be upon them."
Here again, this states that either the man or the woman that lies down with a beast would
be put to death together. Again Yahweh would not kill an animal because it did not know
better than to lie with the woman or man. Another thing, if anyone has ever seen an animal
copulate with others they can quickly see that the animal would not lie down, as it does
its copulating standing up. There are no animals that copulate in a prostrate position,
lying down position.
Therefore, common sense, which we realize that few Christians have when studying the
scriptures, would tell one that to commit adultery is to mix with the other races which is
an abomination to Yahweh, in itself.
Well said, Willie. Why would the Ten Commandments, which are ten
simple laws by which mankind can coexist, repeat the prohibition against extramarital sex
twice--once with "Thou shalt not commit adultery", and again with "do not
covet thy neighbor's wife"?
Your suggestion that the word "adultery" means something
different than what we are led to believe it means is powerful evidence of the power of
jews to deceive.
We already know for sure that "adulterate" means "to make
inferior, impure, not genuine, etc. by adding a harmful, less valuable, or prohibited
substance", and that the adjectives of adulterate are "guilty of adultery;
Under what conditions could the act of having sex outside of marriage
constitute "to make inferior"? It's certain that from the husband's
perspective raising offspring who aren't genetically linked to him is an inferior
arrangement. But is this all it means?
The original Greek words from which "adultery" was translated
were "na 'aph" and "naw 'af"
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: [The Grip] Adultery
> In Strong's Concordance (Item 5003 in Hebrew-Chaldee Section) adultery
> is indeed na'aph, and figuratively translates to "apostatize."
> when used as is taught today pertains to women only, i.e., adulteress,
> woman that breaketh wedlock.
> When we go to Webster's Ninth Collegiate, we find that "apostasy," from
> which comes the word apostatize, means 1. renunciation of a relig-
> ious faith. 2. abandonment of a previous loyalty : defection.
> This is to what God was referring in His commandment to not commit ad-
> ultery. He tells us throughout the Old Testament that He is a
> God, and holds His chosen as His bride. King Solomon's vast
> was taken from him by God because of Solomon's messing with
> women, or those who caused Solomon to break his loyalty to God by wor-
> shipping the gods of those women.
> Back in the early 1980's there was a family who travelled the world buy-
> ing old books; dictionaries, bibles, etc. Many of these books
> ed the true meaning of the words which have been bastardized by the
> jews. I lost contact with that family, and now wish I had gotten
> information from them. We didn't all have computers then, so it was
> task to copy the information.
> One of the best examples of God's hatred of adultery, or mixing of the
> seed, is the story of Esau, who married outside his race and was con-
> demned by God, who hated him. The bible contains much information
> God's dislike for adultery, and it comes in different packages through-