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Prospecting scriptures for metallic wisdom

It is my sincere desire that this thesis will shed new light upon those which are walked on, sought for, built with and washed off at days end.

It would have been far easier to not attempt stating my inspirational concepts, but what good are ideas if not shared. And, if I accomplish no other aspiration I hope what is read herein won’t be found wanting, but satisfy nourishing discussions.

Before setting foot into this foreboding intellectual wilderness where few dare travel, please heed the warning – fire-in-the-hole – so that my unconventional rock hard interpretations won’t accidentally blast apart any preconceived thoughts. And, if flying alternative debris won’t mentally maim and changing course is an attractive option please join this expedition of the Kingdom of Metals.

In addition to the foregoing, I am compelled to add that it is quite likely that those who will spend precious time sifting through this presentation will discover my radical viewpoints are not uniformly shared and may cause unmitigated pain and suffering. Nevertheless, I do believe my focused opinions are solid originals although they could be construed by the scholarly as entangling gibberish that only adds to the muck instead of gaining entry of a rich deposit of enlightenment. Nonetheless, after years of excavating, grinding and screening these extracted and concentrated conclusions they offer mind altering thoughts that I think provide the legs capable of transporting the reader into locations worthy of prudent prospecting.

The primary purpose of this essay is to show why all the elements are metals and that scripture demonstrates how the metals are partners with all life. Having said this, but before proceeding further into this unfathomable portal where comprehension has been lost in antiquity several preliminary steps must be advanced in order for my assayed conclusions to merit further exploration.

To help assure interpretative extraction passes the scrutiny of the analytical lens I will endeavor to avoid sarcastic criticisms of non-biblical beliefs, as well as seek to refrain from utilizing the trial by fire methodology of ascertaining the legitimacy of man’s desire for man-king governments, which until recently I felt were abominations. However, don’t be surprised if I occasionally throw in from time to time a pinch of silver nitrate to cauterize old mental wounds.

It seems that everyone must follow their own path, regardless as to whether or not those paths are met with approval. Besides, ultimately all paths end up at death’s door, so what is done prior to the summation of a person’s works is of paramount importance. I have no doubts that I am not an exception and readily admit too having been blessed with the talent of constantly creating errors till I slowly recognize the insane sand box I’m playing in. Thus, perhaps with your help of removing deceiving overburden and prying apart troublesome boulders precious nuggets will be found, which if followed will lead to treasures that cannot be disputed.

Proceeding down the dark tunnels where hopefully knowledge lays in wait I suspect that there are ancient writings hidden away waiting for the light of day. But, till this moment arrives it seems that original manuscripts predating the Old Testament are buried deep and will require extensive digging to locate their whereabouts. This curiosity may not seem relevant till one begins trying to unravel the mysteries surrounding ancient metallurgy, which was and probably remains shrouded in mysterious cabalistic alchemy.

It seems likely that some type of texts must have been available prior to Moses, if for no other reason than the fact that the ancients made use of the metals. Thus, it seems likely that the why and how of metal usage was passed down through the centuries. Furthermore, when a biblical student begins to grasp how the metals shaped both life and the scriptures it becomes apparent that the metals are major players in YHVH’s plan. So, it would seem that biblical believer’s would endeavor to amalgamate metal awareness when studying scripture.

Now that I have introduced the consonant letters YHVH, it would seem appropriate to explain why I use these four letters instead of the typical word – God – that most bibles utilize to describe The Creator. I choose not to use the word “God”, because I find it to be at best confusing, as well as a non-descriptive title and not His name. What other Bible believer’s do is their choice and it is not up to me to find fault with what they choose to use when referencing The Creator. What's more, my studies indicate that no one knows how to verbalize nor spell the Creator’s name, with the possible exception of the Tetragrammaton. The scriptures In Exodus indicates that Moses asked YHVH for His name and was told – “Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh” which is translated as “I am who I am”, "I am what I am," "I am because I am," "I am what I create," "I create what I am".

These first few guarded steps into the realm where the metals anxiously wait appreciation may be wide of the mark, but it seems I have little choice for I am left with only being able to accept the Truth as is written in the KJV Bible. Likewise, it also appears that I must trust all the scribes who constantly and faithfully rewrote the 1st 5 books of Moses, which includes all the subsequent Hebraic translations along with transliterations and more translations, especially when one considers how YHVH confused man’s original form of communication. Having said this then all I have left to proceed with is: 1) believing these words are without blemish or error, 2) accepting each word and sentence as literal gospel and are not to be interpreted or 3) believing each word and sentence is Gospel, but can be interpreted.

Because I do not have personal knowledge of what may have been written in ancient non-canonized lost or forgotten texts, I’m left with trying to understand what is written in the KJ Bible as being the only available TRUTH in the English language. Although I essentially accept the canonized texts I nevertheless cannot help suspecting that there is a great deal more to discover, and it is up to me to seek if I want to find.

I prefer to believe that each word and each sentence is meant to be read FIRST as is written, then as comprehension develops I can proceed into the dominion of interpretations, where each word and each sentence can also be thought of in metaphorical terms. Of course there is inspired understanding that YHVH will grant if He so desires, but I do not claim such a distinction, although I surely need His help.

Advancing down what seems to be a very old narrow passage, where an occasional timber is supporting rusty ideas that appear ready to cave if my chaotic rationalizations are grabbed for support I continue cautiously. Then, as dusty reality drifts toward an old stope realization hits me that my light could quit and darkness would be my companion. Fortunately, my back-up light (Scripture) allows me to see the pitfalls where stumbling occurs, so I do not forget that 1) YHVH created everything, 2) everything belongs to The Father, and 3) everything is YHVH and therefore life.

Because all my past efforts to write this essay in a format that delivers understanding failed I’ve decided to clarify these metallic thoughts so that thinking can ensue and the only practical way to accomplish this feat seems to be starting with Genesis. Thus, it is my sincere hope that my interpretive opinions below each metal relevant verse will add-up to a intellectual fortune and perhaps those who examine this work will get a few glimpses as to why the metals have essentially been passed over by truth seekers.

There is an old prospector slogan that suggests going where the metals has been found before. So, I begin by griding Genesis’s 1 subtle surface expressions in hopes of spotting where to intensify potential excavation. Trouble is – the minerals, like the Truth are all around us staring us in the face, and are so pervasive they are difficult to recognize despite the fact that they represent a significant portion of who, what and why we are.

A man I have been privileged to know a little sometimes says I say things that are on the border. So, I’ll initiate the exploration of Genesis with his words:


Below is all of Genesis 1, to which I have made indented interpretations. For what its worth – even though I’m trying to step lightly in this field of unknowns where I don’t wish to disturb a single grain of reality I do wish to learn and leave a touch of value.

Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
Can anything exist that is not YHVH? The Creator preexisted before Heaven is created suggesting that nothing earthly existed prior to Genesis 1. So, what is heaven & earth created of? Based upon Gen1:2 it would seem that heaven and earth are YHVH’s thoughts. This verse does not say that the metals did or did not exist.

In today’s enlightened world, secular scientists say that all the elements, which I believe are metals are derived from hydrogen/helium. Personally I find this presumption to fly in the face of biblical scripture. In addition, these same scientist's studiously believe what they were taught as truth that the big-bang theorem not only created everything but is causing an expanding universe, which has been totally dismantled by some of their peers, yet they persist in perpetrating the myth. What I try to put forth about the metals could be found perfectly acceptable to secular science, but this cannot occur because they neatly plastered themselves into the gift-wrapped academic box of organic and inorganic terminology. Similarly, and unfortunately, many of the world’s organized religions have accepted and adopted secular creation theories, including that man is destroying planet earth. Personally, I consider this type of thinking to be rooted in the darkness from which it sprang.

Genesis 1:2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
Earth was something, but not yet material suggesting that what makes anything physical had not become definable by human concepts.

Darkness was everywhere and the 3rd creation. What is darkness? Secular science says there is physical dark matter, but has eluded their ability to quantify and adequately define. Is darkness physically tangible? Is it the absence of light or something else? Is darkness Satan or is Satan darkness? Regardless, was Satan YHVH's first created life form? If so, is darkness also life? I would tend to believe so, because everything is YHVH and life resides where YHVH is and nowhere that YHVH is not..

The Hebrew word for Satan or Lucifer “heylel” suggests the morning star, and this Hebrew word apparently originates from “halal” indicating to be clear, of either sound or color; and to shine. So, does this suggest that Satan was created/made to reflect and resemble YHVH’s light?

Did YHVH create the earth and Heaven(s) in the dark of night or the light of day?

Because waters is plural it means to me that there is at least 4 forms of realities, which are: 1) YHVH, 2) darkness, 3) the deep, which may be space & time, and 4) two types of water. Perhaps one of the water forms is H2O and if this is the case then at least 2 metals (hydrogen & oxygen) are present, and this verse does not stipulate that the remaining metals are not present somewhere.

Genesis 1:3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
Is this LIGHT the same type of light as man senses with his eyes? I don't think so, because the sun and moon and stars have not yet been created. Of course, this form of reasoning is based upon a chronological form of logic and is clearly linear and thus probably not appropriate in terms of YHVH's forms of thought.

Is this light - Yeshua? And, would this form of light be the light of this world? This is the first time I have used what I currently believe to be the correct way of writing the Savior’s Aramaic name. I prefer to not use Jesus, because even though modern people seem to understand the word “Jesus” means the Biblical Messiah it nonetheless is not what the people spoke while Yeshua was walking the earth.

What color are most metals? Other than copper and gold they are whitish.

Genesis 1:4 And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.
This light form is good, but darkness is not described as being good, nor is this form of darkness referred to as being bad or evil.

If this light is Yeshua, and if Satan is darkness then Satan was created first, because darkness preceded light. Satan is discussed further at Genesis 1:26.

It seems that 1st born are sacrificed in various manners, as well as belonging to YHVH. For instance -- Adam was sacrificed to do first sin. Cain killed Abel, and I suspect Abel was 1st human sacrifice, although Abel made the 1st accepted sacrifice, but, perhaps it was Cain who was actually sacrificed (like Satan) to be a vagabond (as Satan was to go on his belly), to teach man-kind the rewards of sin. Likewise - Satan being YHVH's 1st born or creation was sacrificed unto darkness and to be darkness and also be subject to the Light/Yeshua.

It says at 1 John 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. Does this mean that YHVH separated and transferred the darkness (that He originally had) to Satan? Did Satan who may be and is often referred to as darkness have to give-up space to make room for light/Yeshua?

To my knowledge there is no un-oxidized metal that is reasonably free of contaminates that is dark?

Genesis 1:5 And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.
What is a DAY? Can a DAY be something other than a measure of time? Is a day physical? Can a day have multiple meanings?

Darkness was first and is called NIGHT. Yet it reads at Amos 5:18 ... the day of the lord is darkness, and not light. Therefore, is a day equal to life and/or death?

If darkness is alive and tangible can it permeate the metals? Obviously, some form of darkness can coat or influence the metals or forms of metal money could never belong to Caesar or government.

Genesis 1:6 And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.
What is a firmament? Is it an unseen line that divides the water (life) or is it a tangible physical force like the wind? If it is a physical force what is it made of?

If the angels were created on the second day, what was their composition if they can be visually seen by mortal man?

The verse at Jeremiah 2:13 For my people have committed two evils; they have forsaken me the fountain of living waters. Does this not suggest that water(s), which is hydrogen and oxygen has life and are alive and this reality is further evidence that YHVH is everything and therefore everything is alive?

Genesis 1:7 And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.
Genesis 1:8 And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day.
Apparently there are several firmaments (heavens), but are they all made of the same substance(s)?
Genesis 1:9 And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so.
If these WATERS were above the earth and then placed on the earth then were the waters H2O? In addition, the water(s) were a single mass possibly indicating 1) there was only one land mass, which gives credence to modern secular geological thesis of a Pangaea, or 2) multiple land masses that popped-up in various places within a single sea.

Prior to the land becoming dry was the land actually under the water(s)/ocean(s)? Was the land, which is actually all the metals in an infinitesimal number of manifestations, referred to as minerals present under the water(s)?

Genesis 1:10 And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good.
Is dry land what we now see, feel and theoretically know/believe made up of all the elements currently present in/on the present earth?
Genesis 1:11 And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.
Genesis 1:12 And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
Genesis 1:13 And the evening and the morning were the third day.
Are the plants/seeds, or first physical life made of and from the earth? Are not the plants/seeds actually metals (minerals)? If so wouldn’t these metals in a mineralized format be a life form?

Who or what is his kind? Is it possible that his kind is another entity other than Yeshua and Satan that YHVH created and only quietly mentions as his kind. Does not kind infer a life form and possibly the metals?

Strong’s definition of his kind “from an unused root meaning to portion out” and is further described as – “kind, sometimes a species (usually of animals) And goes on with the definition as: &# 8220;Groups of living organisms belong in the same created "kind" if they have descended from the same ancestral gene pool.” I may be wrong, but it’s difficult to buy into Strong’s simplistic explanation, which seems to permeate many if not all Christian perception. Plus, Strong’s concordance in my opinion fails to examine the word “his” instead of quaintly lumping together his kind, which fails to detail an in depth analysis regarding the possibilities.

Genesis 1:14 And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:
Genesis 1:15 And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so.

What does – them – actually mean or strongly suggest? Could these THEM be the elements that create the physical lights seen in the 1st and 2nd heavens?

If the lights are stars, what are they made of? Obviously, in my way of thinking the stars are all the known and unknown metals.

Genesis 1:16 And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also.
Genesis 1:17 And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth,
Genesis 1:18 And to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good.
Genesis 1:19 And the evening and the morning were the fourth day
Is the Sun and Moon the two great lights? Are not the sun and moon merely different states of matter, which is actually all the metals manifested in a manner that secular scientists argue about? Is it possible that these two great lights are metaphors for Yeshua and Satan? Is the greater light Yeshua and the lesser light Satan?

The moon does not have light of its own light, so is the moon actually being referenced? If not the moon, then could it be Yeshua who is the light of the world.

The moon is commonly perceived to be lifeless, but YHVH created it, so it is not void of all life, just that form of life we can recognize. Furthermore, if the metals are the foundation of physical life then the moon is surly not lifeless. Is not the moon – rock, soil and dust, like from which humans are physically derived?

Moon dust rich in titanium, zinc & iron -- w.solarviews.com/cap/moon/moondust.htm
Mining the moon for PGMs -- w.physorg.com/news63982686.html
Moon mining PGMs (2-13-06) -- w.thespacereview.com/article/555/1
Moon mining He-3 (2-25-06) -- w.physorg.com/news10221.html

I’ve read that “A single one-kilometer diameter nickel-iron asteroid is believed to hold over US$20trillion worth of platinum metals. Amazingly, although there’s plenty of all the metals right here on earth, but those who hold power have agenda’s that seem more interested in stifling extraction than digging them out of the earth. Could there be an anti-metal bias whose form is darkness, if not why all the demonizing practically all the metals? Here on earth we typically refer to dirt or soil as earth, I wonder what a typical name would likely be for dirt of Mar’s or moon? Is it not a little peculiar that the moon has a dark and bright side? The moon definitely is for signs of the times, such as planting, harvests and feasts, and some Torah and Biblical believer’s say the moon is a sign regarding measuring time and celebrating the Sabbath. The words “the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night” could be indirectly suggesting or implying that the metals are divine rulers.

I find it of curious interest that since antiquity the Sun has been associated with gold, and the moon referenced with silver, but darkness is never biblically associated with a metal. Yet, the planets have corresponding metals: Mercury (Hg), Venus (Cu), Mars (Fe), Jupiter (Sn) and Saturn is Pb. Of course modern science has quietly done away with these ancient concepts, but modern secular science still cannot shake off the dirt that clings to their metaphysical and alchemical roots.

Genesis 1:20 And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.
The WATERS brought forth LIFE, but does not state that the waters created LIFE. Therefore does LIFE reside in the water(s), which is made of hydrogen and oxygen which I believe are metals under the correct set of circumstances not obtainable on earth’s surface.
Genesis 1:21 And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
Notice that there are two different kinds (their and his) presented here.

YHVH created whales and all living creature that moved, but this verse does not emphatically state that YHVH gave LIFE, for it was the WATERS that accomplished
this task.

I suspect that because the earth was formed from and by the dry land (soil, dust, dirt, clay) that the waters (H2O) combined with the earth (soil - all the elements) that LIFE as we define the term was made possible.

It is of particular interest to me that a portion of this verse says: every living creature that moveth, which could well be circumstantial evidence that justifies the assertion that table salt (sodium chloride), the bones (calcium carbonate) blood (complex iron compounds), the air (oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, argon in combination or not)
breathed in and out, the water taken in and excreted as urine (acidic compounds) are all in a state of constant movement. So, the question is – what is actually causing or creating this movement that for the most part we not only take for granted, but get annoyed about when bodily functions slow down or fail? From my limited perspective I’d be forced to say that, even though we like to think we are somehow in-charge of bodily functions or that our bodies instinctively know what needs are to be met I suggest that the metals are doing what they want when and how they want.

Likely as not those who will have trouble understanding my contentious point of view don’t realize that our bones often referred to as organic (carbon based) are also a lot of calcium, and calcium can be purchased in the metal form. The same is true about sodium and potassium, both electrolytes in the body and totally necessary for life and usually known as common table salt are likewise able to be purchased as metals. Furthermore, these metals are constantly moving within the human frame and it can be asked what or who is causing the movement?

Genesis 1:22 And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth.
Genesis 1:23 And the evening and themorning were the fifth day.
Interestingly, YHVH communicates with marine and air creatures, which humans have through the ages normally considered dumb. Perhaps it is humans that are not so smart, but have an abundance of self aggrandized arrogance that man alone is privileged to occasionally communicate with The Creator.

It seems obvious that scriptures says YHVH created everything and that He communicates with His Creation, which has included a few humans, such as Adam, Abraham and Moses. He made the stars and the earth, which are the metals when combined. Likewise, whether we hear or not YHVH communicates to himself via His entire creation, which would include not only the creatures, but that which is used to make His creatures, which includes the earth, moon, sun, stars as well as light and darkness. Taking this line of possibly unsound reasoning over the edge a bit – when man communicates with others of his kind is this not also indirectly communicating with the metals and YHVH, because everything is YHVH, for there is nothing that is not of , by for YHVH.

Is not the act of procreation a form of communication with YHVH? And, is not procreation or being fruitful also making new molecular expressive forms of life?

Genesis 1:24 And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so.
Are there two different “kinds” being mentioned, one for beasts and one for the earth? Are the mineral complexes that form life different for beasts and creeping thing?

YHVH only said (created - spoke into existence), but it was the earth that brought forth. Does this mean that the earth, which is obviously a part of YHVH that the EARTH created living creatures by providing the physical matrix format, which are the metals?

Genesis 1:25 And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
Here again the word “kind” appears to have different (his and their) meanings.

YHVH made, but does not specifically state that HE alone created.

Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
Before getting too far down some of the corridors where bottomless pits wait the unwary I feel compelled to preface my thesis and a few other traditionally held beliefs by saying – to limit The Father with human interpretation seems at best arrogant considering that the odds of any human actually knowing the Truth about anything of YHVH’s creation is next to zero.

This particular portion of scripture is where I focus considerable attention upon to aid the thesis that all the known elements are metals and that they are Us.

There are several old and new versions of Genesis, but these variations are amazingly similar. However, because I cannot read Hebrew I am dependent upon those who did and do for adding to my comprehension as to who US and OUR may be or are. I also realize that many who get this far will have difficulty in believing that all the elements are not merely metals but representatives or ambassadors of all created life.

Please keep in mind that I have laid no claims too being a good communicator. In fact, I am really poor at this skill, and seem to have the uncanny knack of occasionally infuriating some who read or hear my written and vocalized words. So, please try to understand that I am not trying to fan contentious flames, but I am attempting to fuel the furnace fire to eliminate the dross and allow pure metals to flow uninhibited. Therefore, I am well aware that trying to describe my viewpoint about Us, Our & Them in relationship with the metals is certainly not preaching to the choir.

I think it's great to have standards in a world where ambiguities rule. Obviously, confusion remains the rule, because, since Moses we are still trying to understand what the words -- US, OUR & THEM were/are meant to convey.

A few hundred years ago, I most likely would have been burned at the stake or stoned for postulating such an outrageous belief as I have bluntly stated. Fortunately for me the rules and standards of the past have been altered.

I realize that what I have written herein is rather simplistic and was done so for two purposes, which are to keep it simple and because I am not qualified nor capable of writing in a complicated manner.

Let US make” indicates create, but from what? Scripture at Genesis 2: 7 says YHVH formed man from dust. At first glance it appears that the words “ make” and “formed” are essentially the same definition. A second look reveals “make” is just prior to being “formed”? Therefore, I believe, (but do not know with certainty) that this “man” is merely in the preliminary process (thoughts) of being molded into shape. No doubt the reader of these words will recognize that my linear type of abstract logic certainly leaves a lot to be desired with abundant unanswerable questions, but I am not qualified to think in terms I do not understand, so I must rely upon what the words seem to In the future, let us make radiate. Furthermore, I have sincere doubts that this “man” at this time juncture has been completely made, but this man’s (Adam’s) future human structured image is in the early stages of collaborative meetings with who(m) ever US and OUR is referencing, which I strongly suspect, stopping just short of totally believing is none other than all the metals, perhaps the Angels, the Cherubs and the Nazarene Carpenter –Yeshua.

It is commonly stated, argued and believed by KJV Bible believer’s that US and OUR are conveying the concept of a Triune Creator (The Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost. I won’t dispute this mindset, because I am not endowed with privileged heaven-sent information. Nevertheless and regardless, till I know the Truth I continue believing that the Metals are also in consultation with The Creator, after all He created the metals before the earth and stars (physical universe) formed. But, what was made in Spirit I have no (pre)conceived idea(s).

I suspect that one of the keys unlocking the intellectual gates concerning Us and Our is bluntly stated in Isaiah 45:7 I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. Basically, I interpret this verse to indicate that YHVH creates everything. So, there is nothing that is not YHVH. Thus, when believer’s state that the Father is communicating with Himself they are at least partially correct, because all of His creation is YHVH, which would include the metals.

More evidence that Yeshua was consulted with by YHVH prior to man being created, made or formed is found in John 17:24, Hebrews 9:26 and Peter 1:20

As I continue examining the intricacies of US and OUR this verse does not say that man is created, but merely a suggestion as to what the image and likeness is to be.
Clearly these last two words semi-verbally demonstrate that there is at least one other entity present that YHVH is consulting. The words Image & likeness allows for further complicated thought patterns to erupt, which can alter perception both plus and minus, as well as confound what I perceive to be meant. Nevertheless, this verse sure appears to indicate that a discussion took place as to how to make man, who at this stage if made has no earthly physical form.

Could it be that this NT verse (Matthew 13:35 That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter things which have been kept secret from the foundation of the world.) is indirectly mentioning the metals?

In the entire Bible there are only 2 verses that indicates the LET US is referring toYHVH and his creations, which are the one above and Genesis 11:7. however, There is a 3rd possibility that YHVH was conversing with unknowns in Jeremiah 48:2.

Here is a Hebrew translation I’ve run across: “In the future, let us make, with existing material…, and a Hebrew argument that – “ALL scripture should be interpreted from a literal point of view first and figurative and/or allegorical interpretation applies only after the Literal approach fails to make sense.”
Obviously, the translation closely resembles my thesis, and the argument has the limitation of what man recognizes at any given moment in history.

I have also ran across occultist suggestions that US & Our reference the elements, but upon closer examination these elements usually refer to Earth, Water, Air and Fire, who’s theosophical roots date back into alchemical antiquity.

YHVH is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. In other words YHVH is complete and nothing exists without Him. Therefore He is also the metals.

What is the purpose of the metals, if not to live and express themselves and glorify YHVH? Yet, human ego allows man to imagine he is unique and separate from YHVH as well as the metals? I wonder – if a human could look down upon creation would creation look like an ordinary or spectacular mineralized rock? For centuries, man believed the earth was flat. Likewise, man has held scripture to certain structured concepts, which for me suggests arrogant man chooses to limit YHVH with human interpretation.

Before collecting further samples in the following Genesis terrain – who is them that is being referenced in 1:26, if only one man is to be created? If man is a collection of all the metals then would not “them” be better explained.

Genesis 1:27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
This verse seems to refute the above, but I don't think so. Instead, it verifies what I hypothesize, because YHVH's image is everything he created, which is also Himself in different, ways, means, weights and measures, for nothing exists without Him and thus the all or everything is YHVH. Another intriguing concept I have had is are there metals that could be defined as female, or helpful, creative (catalytic) metals.

We humans with our inflated egos tend to see our outward reflection and assume that this is the “image” being referenced in this verse. But, what if the image that the Creator is communicating is metal instead of flesh and blood, which are not actually what they appear to be.

Genesis 1:28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.
Now, even for me, this is reaching, but when YHVH blessed them could YHVH be blessing all of His creation, which would include the metals which made man?

Assuming this verse is about man and not specifically the metals does he have dominion over the metals? The key word seems to be moveth. If something is alive or has life, but does not move then no dominion? Don’t the metals in the rock and dirt move? It could be argued that the metals do not move of their own accord within rock or earth, but if the metals inhabit all life forms and in the wind and rain then they do move so man would have dominion. Conversely and making imaginative leaps is it possible that it is the metals that have dominion over life and are what is replenishing?

More on moveth: It’s well known that metals in chemical combinations can cause reactions or be considered as movement. For example: the oxidation (rusting) of an iron nail. The iron inter-reacts with air and water and/or bacteria creating rust or an altered state of iron and a new compound of iron. Would this metallic alteration be considered moveth? What about the magic created when catalytic transformations occur between mineral combinations? For instance, consider the little understood reactions when the metals – Platinum, Rhodium and Palladium come in contact with the hot engine gasses, which catalytical proximity produce water vapor andcarbon dioxide. What about man’s ability to move about? Aren’t these movements actually the metals that are arranged in the formation of man doing the motion? Another example of metal movement can be found at w.physorg.com/news5106.html that is referred to as “ring walking” and could well qualify as moveth. Or, what about the electrons, which science says are in constant motion around a metal atom? Or the attraction of metal atoms to form molecules, which eventually accumulate enough to form water or dust?

Is not the understandable movement of written or vocalized words similar to the movement of metals throughout all creation or life? Often confusion and
misunderstanding takes precedence in man’s quest to recognize truth in the fields where comprehension of truth is illusive or difficult to nail down to a single spot of common ground where it can be studied and verifiably identified. If this is not accurate then prospectors would not have trouble finding commercial minerals, nor would it difficult to extract and exploit any and all the metals from their respective choices of locations. The word replenish is interesting because it not only suggests the present in vogue word recycling, but indicates reusing what was, is and will be, which I can only perceive to be the metals. Is it not correct to say that when the body has used or altered food sources (minerals) and they become non-performing we excrete them as waste, which become food products for other creatures? So, replenishing not only suggests food for the human, but other life forms as well. When present day sewage plants treat these wastes there remains high concentrations of metalloids that are sometimes used to replenish various pastures, which eventually become re-used by the plants and again enter our digestive tracts for maintaining robust health. The usage of replenish in this verse is usually construed to indicate new human life, but because all life is YHVH couldn’t it be safely assumed that utilizing as many of the metals as often as possible is what is actually being suggested?

Genesis 1:29 And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
At first it may sound far out to suggest that metals are this meat mentioned above, but it does not take a genius to recognize that the metals in the form of minerals make up everything we eat and becomes our food, which becomes our flesh. Nutrients are as varied as life and each metal often in combination with one or more other metals allow this meat to become our food. Take for example the so-called organic element calcium, which is a major constituent of bone, teeth and tissue, as well as a requirement for healthy rhythmic beats of the heart. This calcium is usually in combination with carbon dioxide to form calcium carbonate that is found all over the world as limestone
deposits, which can be eaten raw if the teeth will hold up to such punishment. Most people don’t realize that calcium is a metal that can be commercially purchased or reduced to metal in a high school laboratory. In geological time constraints it was not that long ago than man did not know of this simple reality. So, ignorance is not an excuse to dismiss the probability that molecular metals are what binds all life together.

There are all kinds of logic that can be applied to this subject matter, which could argue against this thesis. On the surface these arguments often appear to have credibility, but are nevertheless displays of ignorance or outright distractions, because any serious thinking reveals that what YHVH created in His image is what He desired and man is trying to understand His creation, but darkness has always clouded this

Genesis 1:30 And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so.
Are not the plants merely visible and invisible mineral (colloidal/ionic) forms, which allow sustainability of life and creation to continue? And are not plants life forms of microscopic metals that moveth, which man can have dominion of?
Genesis 1:31 And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.
This verse indicates that every thing made in these 6 days of The Creator’s time schedule was very good. However, this verse does not specifically state that The Creator stopped creating. Thus, there remains the possibility that new forms of creation might well be continuing as I try to communicate this metallic perspective.

Because man seems to be in constant conflict with truth I have chosen to use scripture to help understand the nature of the metals instead of man’s definition, which has corrupted the meaning of metals by utilizing confusing terms like organic and inorganic to chaotically define life and non-life, which I consider darkened common ground where getting lost is the norm instead of the exception.

Before exploring the terrain of Genesis 2 and the subsequent scriptures it appears appropriate to say that the failure to comprehend the true nature of the metals will demand that man continue reaping what he has sowed by remaining mired in the shadows. If man is ever to practice the golden rule attitudes must change towards the life giving metals and not continue letting the anti-metal establishment corrode man’s thoughts and future.

It remains my sincere hope that as man studies the physical outward manifestations of life, perhaps in time he will learn that appearances have deceived him and don’t always reflect nor reveal reality where the metals dwell and rein.

These two links are provided as an aid in ascertaining the validity of my earthly finds.
www.kjvbible.net/ (KJV Bible) & www.eliyah.com/lexicon.html (Concordance)

Joseph Cummins

Created: 4-06