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Obama’s Executive Actions: Three Headed Eagle Alert

Obama’s Executive Actions:
Three Headed Eagle Alert
James Scott Trimm

I have recently been concerned about the great conflicts which are building in the United States between the three branches.  It seems that the legislative branch is dieing in its sleep while the judicial and executive branches jockey for more power.

Obama’s recent statements about going it alone and circumventing congress have only served to increase my concerns.

In the book of 2Esdras we read of a vision in which Esdras sees a vision of a three headed eagle coming up from the sea (2Esdras chapters 11 and 12):

1: Then saw I a dream, and, behold, there came up from the sea an eagle, which had twelve feathered wings, and three heads.
2: And I saw, and, behold, she spread her wings over all the earth, and all the winds of the air blew on her, and were gathered together.
(2Esdras 11:1-2)

We are told that this three headed eagle is another representation of the fourth beast of Daniel seven:

10: And he said unto me, This is the interpretation of the vision:
11: The eagle, whom you saw come up from the sea, is the kingdom which was seen in the vision of your brother Daniel.
12: But it was not expounded unto him, therefore now I declare it unto you.
13: Behold, the days will come, that there shall rise up a kingdom upon earth, and it shall be feared above all the kingdoms that were before it.
(2Esdras 12:10-13)

Haym Solomon an American Jew who was the primary financier of the American Revolution believed that the Eagle symbol of the USA indicated that the USA was the eagles wings plucked from the lion in Daniel seven (He saw this as the USA removed from Great Britain) and that this eagle with three branches of government was to become the three headed eagle of 2nd Esdras.

In this vision the three heads of the eagle come into conflict with one another.  One of the heads dies in its sleep, another head is slain by the other, and the final head remains until it is slain.  We are also told that a Lion (which Esdras is told represents Messiah) speaks to the eagle, but the eagle will not listen to him.  Then the eagle is no more.

Of course there are other possible interpretations of this vision (I gave another some years ago: )

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Comment by Lew White on January 29, 2014 at 10:12am

This is a brilliant observation we should take into consideration. Often we see a prophetic fulfillment taking place more than once, as if one is a foreshadowing of another that comes later in time.

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Comment by R S on January 29, 2014 at 11:13am


"Alahim", instead of Elohim? Only one letter missing and you can easily associate Living God of Israel with pagan idol god, Allah. Just what Islamic deception has been using to fool Jews and Christians from the begining of Mohammeds military campaigns.

Brother Trimm, what's your insight on this?

Comment by Lew White on January 29, 2014 at 1:41pm

The name Abrahim means "father of nations". The first letter in his name is ALEF, or a more Greek transliteration of the letter is "ALEPH". The airline EL-AL is spelled AYIN-LAMED  -  ALEF-LAMED. It means (EL) "to go" + (AL) "upward". We use the Latin alphabet to write our Anglish language, and Arabic numerals to write our Anglish numbers. If we want to be literal, truthful, and consistent, at first we will seem "ridiculous". 

We would be wrong to spell "Abrahim" EBRAHAM; but why are some words rendered one way, and other words in another way? The Masoretes (traditionalists) worked for 500 years to wreck the pronunciation of the Hebrew language (6th - 11th centuries). Their agenda was to "fix" pronunciation, but so that no one would correctly utter the NAME, "Yahuah" (YOD-HAY-UAU-HAY).

People hardly consider that the Arabs (not the "religion" Islam) use Hebrew words, unaltered by dispersions and Masoretic tinkering. They are Hebrews, descendants of Eber, and Abrahim, the father of nations. YishmaAl is a Hebrew word, and a name. The Arabs name their children Yusef, Daud, Aishah (woman), Danial, Nabi, Tamar, and many other Hebrew names. Alah is used in the book of Danial over and over. The rendering "EL" used commonly is the Hebrew spelling "ALEF-LAMED", and means mighty, height, upward. ALI means "my high-one", or "my mighty-one". If we undo the tinkering and distortions, we find the Arabs have the true pronunciation of our Hebrew roots. Yahuah loves Arabs, but their walk is far from His. They profess to believe in Alah, but they know this is not the name of the one they worship. Alah is simply the accurate Hebrew word which Christianity would translated into "god, gott", a former proper noun/name used by pagans for the sun.

I hope this clarifies the spelling I use in these Latin letters. To associate an alphabet and language with a peoples' religious practice is very odd, and at first I was repelled as well. We would not for an instant believe that because we use Latin letters we are somehow associated with the religion of ancient Rome, bowing to the Kaiser and praying to Mithras. The Arabic language is a repository of mostly pure Hebrew, and correctly enunciated. Yahuah is restoring us in many ways, and this is one of them.  

Comment by James Trimm on January 29, 2014 at 3:56pm

Personally I see it the other way around:

El, Eloah, Elohim (Hebrew)

Eloha (Biblical Aramaic)

Alaha (Syriac Aramaic)

Allah, illah (Arabic) (In modern Aramaic the word "Allah" refers to the monotheistic deity of Abraham, while "illah" refers to pagan gods."

Hebrew names which include "El" when transliterated anciently into languages that use written vowels (such as Greek) are transliterated "El" (Beth-El etc.) 

Comment by Lew White on January 29, 2014 at 4:19pm

True, if one follows the Masoretic vowels, invented roughly 2000 years after Mosheh, and after multiple dispersions. The Arabic / Hebrew words remain unmolested by traditional attempts to conceal the uttered Name, and they were never dispersed, so foreign influences were minimal. If I were a gambling man, I'd stke it all on the Arabic form seen today, more so than the way the Masoretes would have us say anything.  At Psalm 68:4, the Masoretes slipped and let one through their filter; the correct vowels come through. No one is perfect, even the Masoretes. They corrupted every single place the Name is found, except for Psalm 68:4. The escape velocity from the traditions of men is very great, but it can be done. 

Comment by James Trimm on January 29, 2014 at 4:38pm

My key was the Greek transliterations of words like Beth-El in the LXX.... around 250 BCE.  (Greek has written vowels). 

Comment by Mikha'ELa on January 29, 2014 at 10:14pm

Looks like it is an extension of the book of Ezra that we now have in our canon of Scripture. But we do not have Esdras.........seems that there are 3 parts to it & we have one.......?

Comment by James Trimm on January 30, 2014 at 12:13am

The book of 2nd Esdras book appears in the Latin Vulgate as well as the Peshitta, but does not appear in the Greek LXX. This book has been given various names. In the Latin Vulgate our canonical book of Ezra is 1Esdras; Nehemiah is 2Esdras; 1Ezra (KJV: 1Esdras) is 3 Esdars and this Apocalypse of Ezra is titled "3Esdras" In the KJV it is titled "2Esdras".

The Apocalypse of Ezra is an apocalyptic work consisting of seven visions given to Salatiel also called Ezra:

1. (3:1-5:20) Why is Israel allowed to suffer under Babylon?

2. (5:21-6:34) The lot of those who die in this age.

3. (6:35-9:25) The final judgment.

4. (9:26-10:59) Woman transformed into Zion.

5. (11:1-12:51) Three Headed Eagle rising from the sea.

6. (13:1-13:58) Man rising from the sea.

7. (14:1-14:48) Dictation of books.

This was the original material of the Apocalypse of Ezra. However, the monks monkied with the text. Latin scribes added a two chapter introduction (Chapters 1-2) and a two chapter epilogue (Chapters 15-16). These sections, added by the monks strongly profess replacement theology. In them Elohim rejects Israel (1:24-32) and replaces Israel with "a people that will come" (1:33-40). Elohim then declares "I will give them the kingdom of Jerusalem, which I was going to give to Israel" (2:10).

The book has come to us in two versions. The long version, which includes the added chapters, and a more primitive short version which lacks the additions.

The Latin version contains the additional chapters.

The Syriac (Aramaic Peshitta), Coptic, Ethiopic, Arabic, Armenian and Georgian versions do not contain the additions.

The original Hebrew of this book has not survived, however the Peshitta does preserve the text in Aramaic and we have used this Aramaic text for the Hebraic-Roots Version of The Apocalypse of Ezra.

Comment by R S on February 2, 2014 at 5:49pm

Brother White, you said, "The Arabic / Hebrew words remain unmolested by traditional attempts to conceal the uttered Name, and they were never dispersed, so foreign influences were minimal.  If I were a gambling man, I'd stke it all on the Arabic form seen today.."

In today's Arabic, Abraham is called 'Ibrahim' (as mentioned in Quran, about 1500yr old pronunciation), not 'Abrahim,' as you prefer. I'm not here to debate, or ridicule anyone on the origins or intricacies of Semitic languages, but my concern is a greater threat that can challenge people's faith in The True Almighty God, YHVH, and Messiah Yeshua, if this matter of word origin is promoted by us and then misused by the deceiver.

We have to understand that when Islam teaches that, "Allah is one true God," they don't mean Allah is just another word to describe 'God' or 'god' as used in Bible, which is equivalent of El, Elohim, Eloha, Alaha, etc.  Islam teaches that Allah is the exclusive name of God and no other name in any language, which is contrary to what Torah/Bible teaches, that YHVH is the exclusive name of The One & Only True Almighty God.

Their version of Alahim or Allah is not as you think of Elohim. Besides the actual word that is equivalent of Elohim (general term/word for God) is Raab in Arabic. Allah has always been used as a specific name of certain god in Arabic, as referred in Quranic sources. To go back and dig out words and terms from Abrahamic or Mosaic era and fancy to use them in today’s age, SOMETIMES is of no benefit, as we are not preaching to ancient dead men of that era but to people of this age.

Therefore we should be realistic, and mindful to use such terms/words that would be beneficial in relating and connecting with people that are stuck in the darkness/deception of this age, so we can bring them to light; rather than using terms that can end up endorsing their dark beliefs and become a new challenge for us. Using the correct pronunciation in this age (full of deceptions laid by the enemy) will only edify the body of Messiah if it brings more benefit than harm towards the mission commanded to us by our Messiah Yeshua.

We that believe in the original "Sect", "The Way", called  "Nazarene" should not promote something that can be twisted or perverted by the untaught ones, or unbelievers towards their/others destruction(Deception of Islam), and lawlessness.  Don't we already have much to undo, and untangle the mess, these untaught ones have created for 2 millennium by misinterpreting the teachings that are hard to understand. On top of that we end up creating another monster for us, having to deal with Muslims that start using Hebrew Roots teachings to prove their deception to the untaught and weak in faith of Messiah; which Islam has pioneered in 1500 years to create the biggest deception; to mislead people from receiving the plan of salvation for mankind through The True Seed of Abraham, Yeshua (Jesus) The Messiah, by substituting it with False Prophet Mohammad.



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