Brother AACOOLDRE : King Saul blamed for famine so was Apostle Saul/Paul


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Jul 26, 2001
King Saul blamed for Famine so was Apostle Saul/Paul

By Andre Austin

To: Joe Atwill

From: Andre Austin

Subject: Is there Typological elements of King Saul’s Famine in Revelations chapter 6

Thanks to your research in your two books: Caesar’s Messiah and Shakespeare’s Jewish Messiah I learned that the Apostle Paul was a composite figure and Typologically linked with the OT Saul. In Revelations chapter 6 you advocate that the 4 horses is one aspect of the Emperor Paul but could they be symbolic of Saul/Paul.

I was looking through the index of William Whiston’s translation of the works of Josephus under F for famine and accidentally found out that King Saul was being blamed a Famine. So I looked it up in 2 Samuel 21:1-22:

“During the reign of David, there was a famine for three successive years; so David sought the face of the Lord. The Lord said, ‘it is n account of Saul and his blood-stained house; it is because he put the Gibeonites to death”. The punishment was for seven male descendants to die:

“He handed them over to the Gieonites, who killed and exposed them on a hill before the lord. All seven of them fell together; they were put to death during the first days of the harvest, just as the barley harvest was beginning.

Rizpah, the granddaughter of Saul took sackcloth and spread it out for herself on a rock. From the beginning of the harvest till the rain poured down from the heavens o the bodies…”.

If the 4 horses were taking about the Apostle Paul I Rev 6:1-8 and he was a composite of the OT Saul then we should fid links in verse 9-17 with 2 Samuel 21:1-22 to compare the paraells.

We have some similar themes of David requesting a face meeting with the Lord which results in the execution of punishment. In Rev 6:15-17 we have people wanted to flee into rocks and mountains to hide from the face of the lord to avoid a wrath to come.

Also in Rev 6:12-14 it states:

“the sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red, and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when shaken y a strong wind”.

In the Letter of Jude it also talks about wind uprooting Trees without “Fruit” and wandering stars. This was about a Shepherd who only feed themselves (see Jude verse 12-13. We come to understand that Jude is talking about Paul who boast to advantage of others in Jude 16 because Paul admits he boast but doesn’t allow himself to be taken advantage of in 2 Cor 11:16-21.


OT KING SAUL & NT APOSTLE SAUL/PAUL: Typologically linked together

By Andre Austin

The 13th Apostle Paul is linked Typological linked with the Old Testament King Saul. Typology is the secret language of the elites who base one character upon another or use a person, place or thing as a multiple composite figure.

There are at least five points of reference plugging in OT Saul into another character Saul/Paul:

  1. Saul and Paul are both from the tribe of Benjamin 1 Samuel 9:1-2 compare with Acts 13:21 & Romans 11:1. The original name of Benjamin in Gen 35:16-18 was Ben-Oni (son of On) from the Egyptian city of Heliopolis. All early coins and paintings of Paul indicate that he was a Blackman. Paul was also friends with another Blackman Epaphroditus (Philippians 4:18) a secretary to Domitian and Josephus dedicates his Antiquities of the Jews to.

  2. Saul is changed into a different person 1 Samuel 10:6 Saul/Paul name changes into Paul which means “tiny” a lampoon from the fact his penis is cut short. See Acts 13:9. The 12 Tribes of Israel is also symbolic of Jesus 12 apostles. Jacob also had a daughter Dinah and she’s the 13th tribe and symbolic of the missing penis of Osiris. Paul being castrated would represent Dinah and Paulina in Josephus story of Decius Mundus (mask as Anubis) rape of her.

  3. The spirit departs (separates) from Saul 1 Samuel 16:14 the Typology is reversed in the NT a “terrible spirit” (Domitian) castrates Saul/Paul see Acts 13:2-3. Once you know that Domitian is the Terrible spirit you can read 2 Timothy 3:1 and 1 Timothy 4:1-3 are working interactively with each other to expose Domitian crimes against nature. Domitian also sodomizes Paul wearing the mask of Anubis the dog jackal see Philippians 3:2

  4. King Saul castrates 200 Philistines 1 Samuel 18:22-27. See Galatians 6:15-17

  5. Saul is stripped naked and head cut off 1 Samuel 31:5-8. Christian legend that Paul is beheaded by an Emperor. See Acts 16:22.

For more information see my essay The Terrible Spirit

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