The Rift Between AbraHam & His father~ His Mother, What Was Her Name? …The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham, when he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in Charran, And said unto him, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and come into the land which I shall shew thee. Then came he out of the land of the Chaldaeans, and dwelt in Charran: and from thence, when his father was dead, he removed him into this land, wherein ye now dwell. THE ACTS 7:2-4. These scriptures and words of Stephen in conjunction with the ancient writings of Moses about Abraham, the founding father of our faith, to me are one of the most amazing revelations in the whole Bible. And the way in which its full meaning had been sealed up in just a few brief words and then unfolded over the course of thousands of years becomes one example of how extraordinary and amazing God our Creator is in so many ways when it comes to his Holy Covenant. After about two thousand years after the very life of Abraham, Stephen comes along and sums up Abraham’s life’s journey that even Moses didn’t openly reveal in his writings at the time, an evidence that Stephen spoke byway of the Holy Ghost. The Bible has been sealed up by the writings of the prophets by the command of God and over the course of time, bits and pieces have been revealed by and by. Today we live in a time when almost all of the mysteries of the Bible have been revealed though. The Book of Revelations proves that all of the Seven Seals have already been opened. At any rate, what Stephen reveals was so detailed and through research it becomes absolutely clear that Stephen confirmed, not only the writings of Moses, but so much more detail in regards to what actually happened thousands of years ago. But because the Bible has been sealed up, certain elements of it have not been understood and even today, we need to rely upon the full works of God and through diligence, we have to have good intentions and faith that through the Holy Spirit God will shed light on the truth and give us the kind of understanding that we need in order to have peace. If the enemy only seeks to search the scriptures to support their arrogance, they will continue to be confused and this was the case of the kind of people that stoned Stephen. In their own arrogance, they failed to see the incredible truths that Stephen revealed byway of the Holy Spirit. What Stephen saw through opened seals bridged the gap of understanding of some details that had not been evident in the past writings about Abraham and the full purpose of his life. In just a few scriptures, Stephen connected the dots of what Moses wrote but, it took patience then as it does today to even see the full works of perfection in regards to the holy scriptures. What does not become automatically obvious was that in just a few scriptures, both Moses and Stephen captured an entire lifespan of Abraham and gave it a summation that reveals why there was a great rift between Abraham and his father. Again, the brevity in scriptures about Abraham’s life journey actually covers a long time period, however, many historians and Bible scholars have seemingly become confused about this part of the Bible. Based upon these oftentimes misunderstood scriptures about Abraham and his father, Terah [Thara], there arose many discrepancies in translations. Because of this confusion, the real conflict that surfaced between Abraham and his father, was for the most part, completely overlooked by scholars and many of the so-called descendants of Abraham down through the ages. And this was what Stephen brought to light: …The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham, when he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in Charran, And said unto him, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and come into the land which I shall shew thee. THE ACTS 7: 2-3. What Stephen reveals that was sealed up by Moses was that the Creator appeared to Abraham when he was young and lived in the land of the Chaldaeans in Mesopotamia long before he even left and moved to Assyria. By the time that Abraham left out of Chaldaea, he was a full grown man of whom had already married, therefore, he lived in Mesopotamia for many years before he even followed his father from Chaldaea into Charran [Assyria], and also, he already knew that something was wrong between him and his father. The Lord God had already told Abraham [Abram] that he would have to separate from his father. But Abram didn’t do this right away. So Stephen reveals through the Holy Ghost, that the conflict that came to exist between father and son was directly related to what had happened under the government in Mesopotamia [Chaldaea]. And no matter how much Abram might have wanted to believe otherwise, his father had rejected him, and this was why the Creator God intervened. If God did not choose to break the bonds between father and son, Abram would have continued to live his life under his father’s condemnation for being born in a certain lot of which had nothing to do with his own actions. The problem with Terah was that his son, Abram [Ab-RAM], had just a little too much ‘Ram’ [Khnum, Cush-itic, Hamitic…Chaldaean] blood in his veins for him to appreciate in a government in which the majority of Chaldaeans were being suppressed down into the lowest Caste Systems with in their own inherited lands. Abram [‘AB-Ram’; ‘an ABORIGINAL Ram’], as his name should reveal, had been linked with his mother of whom was considered to be of low estate and this was why Abram was looked down upon by his own father. Terah was a top part of the system and thus, a benefactor. And hindsight reveals that even though God has a permissive will and allowed Terah to live for many, many more years, He had already summed Terah up, based upon his actions against humanity, right there in Mesopotamia. Research also reveals that the very reason why Haran, the son of Terah, may have lost his life was due to the violent overthrow of the government that did occur around that time when Terah fled from Chaldaea. Based upon the Bible timeline, certain Biblical accounts and other folklore from other civilizations that correlate to this time period, violence broke out in Chaldea [Black Babylon] as the result of a strange phenomena that led to an abrupt halt in the elaborate construction of the great temple. This temple project was a feat that caused many people to be suppressed down into an existence of forced labor. This violence the erupted would have been the very reason that caused Terah to have to uproot and leave Chaldea [Black Babylon]. And although Abram followed Terah to Assyria, and lived around him after many, many more years, it might have taken him that long to see why the Creator God allowed him to do so and to see for himself how his father regarded him. Back in those times, it would have been very rare for anyone to sever their relationship with their father, and therefore this intervention of the Creator God between Terah and Abraham becomes the justification. It would have been though, a realization and a time in Abraham’s life that had to have been absolutely heart rendering, startling, revealing, and the most crucial point in understanding the very plight of Abraham, and his passion. This key point would be an affair in which many Bible Scholars have completely missed. This plight and turning point in Abraham’s life that revolves around his being rejected by his own father completely connects to his later generations of Israelites that would also later go into about 400 years of captivity in Egypt in order for the Creator God to prove humanity on the human rights issue of slavery. But in order to understand just how profound Terah was in his beliefs even in regards to his own sons, more light needs to be shed on just why it was that Terah was able to find refuge in the most profitable and coastal land of Asshur Shem [the Assyrians] and even be given land inheritance! Charran~A City By the Sea &, The Priesthood of Shem Thera [Terah] was no small fry. History reveals that he becomes linked to certain great Greek island civilizations and other Greeks civilizations that also formed, as his name might even reveal. Like Terah, Stephen and even the Hebrew Israelites, they all had origins with the original Greeks because Shem was the father of the Greek civilizations. But at the time of the Roman Empire, Stephen was cultured under the Greek civilizations of those times, and this coming together of Stephen, other Greek Hebrews and the Hebrew Jews of Jerusalem connected history that reached way back to the time of Terah. Abram was the son of a powerful and well known Semitic man who obviously had enough clout in order to settle and inherit land in another country, in Assyria, of all places, and even founded a seaside city and named it after his own son!--That absolutely defines power and prestige. One key point correlates to a similarity that Thara [Terah] had with Asshur Shem and that was the kind of idols that they regarded as being supreme, one of which became rooted in that very land that was once possessed by the Canaanites; the goddess Ashtoreth [a White goddess]. The Bible timeline also reveals that right around that time of the downfall of Black Babylon, Noah flew out of his tent and repossessed the land inheritance from Canaan and thus, the inheritance was given to the newly designated descendants of the high priest, and that would be the Semites [Shemites]. However, in that region of Northern Canaanland, it became an easy and agreeable transfer of inheritance from the Canaanites to the Assyrians [Asshurians] because Asshur [As-Shur], as his name should reveal, was part-White Canaanite. He too had come out of Black Babylon long before Terah and had settled in the Fertile Crescent along with the White Canaanites that set up their Druze civilization right next to the Black Babylonians. Asshur then later became the foothold of the priestess cult that was able to remain in the land. During the domination of Canaan and the Canaanites though, these White Canaanites were able to reset up this ancient religious cult, with pre-flood origins, and of which centered around the worship of a Queen Bee. And so when Terah fled from Chaldaea and took Abram and the rest of his family, he was able to find refuge in the land of Asshur because he also worshiped the same idols as did Asshur. Furthermore, this was an enormous contradiction especially for Terah because of his very own inheritance which was unique and apart from Asshur as well. In fact, this leads to another major reason why Asshur was also obligated to receive Terah into his inherited land when Terah sought refuge under him, in addition to their obvious compatibility. Even though all descendants of Shem were connected to his blessing of the inheritance of an high priesthood, specifically though, the descendants of Shem from his wife of the ark were the actual designated priesthood of the Shemites; and that was Terah’s inheritance. But in fact, there was a designated priesthood inheritance extended to a certain line of descendants out of all three of the Patriarchs. History reveals that the priesthood of Shem went to the Arphaxads [Ebers], out of the descendants of JapHeth the priesthood aligns with Tubal, and out of the descendants of Ham the priesthood aligns with Phut, and it was customary that when these certain priesthoods might have left out of their own lands and for some reason sought to live in certain lands of their respective relatives, they were supposed to be accommodated. Later, this same set up occurred amongst the Hebrew-Israelites with relation to the Levites of which became the designated priesthood for the Israelites. This was the other reason why Terah was afforded the privilege of being able to settle in the land of Asshur along with many other Eberites who also settled in other places in Assyria and Syria [Southern Syria] and elsewhere all over the lands of Shem. The history of the Joktan Eberites was concentrated in the lands of Southern Canaanland in places like Arabia. So Terah was contrary to his own obligations under the priesthood when he began to worship the idols of the Canaanites. And unfortunately for Abram, he was not respected for his inherited right as also being a descendant of Eber [ie. Heber, Hebrew] because Terah, his own father, who settled amongst the White Syrians [Assyrians] did not regard him as being worthy enough. And that was why the Creator God appealed to Abram and his name was later changed to stress that he was connected to Ham [Cham] byway of his blood. This was the astonishing revelation of Stephen of which ended up getting him stoned. Stephen brought to light the actions of Terah towards Abraham, tied it to the actions of the Hebrews in ancient Egyptian captivity, and basically showed the Hebrews of his time that they had manifested the same negative behaviors of the past in their rejection of Jesus Christ of whom was defined as being, the least of the princes of Judah. The Hebrews did not want to face up to the reality that the Romans had affected them and influenced them to become consumed in Self-Hatred like Terah and many of the Hebrews of Egyptian captivity and therefore, they rejected Stephen’s rebuke and martyred him. And this very conflict that arose between Abraham and his father was so profound that the ill fruits of it shot all the way down through time and affected the very lives of Joseph and hundreds of years later after him, it affected the life of Moses as well. Even though Joseph had no spiritual connection with his biological ancestor, Thara [Terah], he had no connection to the land of Assyria, and identified himself with his fathers AbraHam and Jacob, and his mother’s people in Syria [Shur], the Egyptians were based on a Color Caste System so they ignored Joseph’s direct connections to Syria and gave him names that tied him to Thara [Terah] and the land of Terah in Assyria known as Haran. And although Joseph would have expressed obvious ethnic and Hamitic traits based upon his origins especially in Syria [Shur] byway of his mother, the Egyptians gave him Coptic name titles as well, to reflect his light brown skin color. In one record, Joseph was known as ‘Yakub Har’ [HAR]. Cont. This is what Stephen said to the council and gathering of Hebrews, that led to him being attacked and killed: Ye stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your fathers did, so do ye. THE ACTS 7:51.