Chapter 5. The Serpent’s Root

Dragons/tanniyn aredefined in the physical realm as serpent monsters, dragon monsters, and sea monsters. Six-winged Seraphim are heavenly dragons, rebellious or otherwise. Hence, the fiery flying serpent—the serpent’s root in the Isaiah 14 passage introducing this chapter—is a Seraphim with serpent translated from seraph. Isaiah 14 is the same chapter that documented an angels fall from heaven in disgrace, the angelic leader of rebellious angels recorded in Revelation 12:9 as “the great dragon,” “that old serpent, called the devil and Satan.”

The serpent seed prophesied in Genesis 3:15 and fulfilled in Genesis 6 with the creation of numerous houses of Dragon, the giants/Nephilim, whose godfathers were numerous fallen Watcher Seraphim. If giants were indeed recreated after the flood, they too were produced by another group of rebellious Seraphim as the postdiluvian serpent seed for the Rephaim giants and house of Dragon. Either way, celestial godfathers were the angelic serpent’s root both before and after the flood.

Adding to the body of scriptural evidence testifying to the serpent seed line is found the book of Psalms. Psalms 21 warns believers about a spurious offspring that has maintained their tyrannical grip through out the generations; humankind’s nemesis seed line that perpetually plots evil against Adamites. The spurious serpent seed will do so until their seed is permanently removed from among men/‘adam in the fiery anger of God’s wrath/`aph. Men/‘adam is defined as red, ruddy, a human, and humankind, Adamites. Psalm 41:2 distinguishes the seed lines as the low race, dually translated from ben (son) and ‘adam for the poor/`ebyown also meaning oppressed and needing deliverance. The high race is dually translated from ben and `iysh meaning man, a great man, a champion, and a mighty man that is rich/`ashiyr as well as noble—thus, the lowly sons of Adam and the sons the nobility/royals of the mighty men.

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