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“These three (Shem, Ham, Japheth), the sons of Noah, and from these the whole earth was populated.” (Genesis 9:19)

The Spirit view:

“These three (that which caused conviction and mental resurrection for the chosen), the sons (Shem 9 – “position, name;” the purified conscience – Ham 10 – “hot, wicked;” the carnal ego – Japheth 11 – “heavy, burden;” the conscience in the wilderness ) of Noah 12 (“rest;” the calmed mind), and from these three the whole (complete) earth (mind of man) was populated 13 (“dash, spread;” dispersion of forms of consciousness).

It would forever be, or at the very least it would be until the appointed time of fire (holy judgement), that every soul would be represented by the three sons of Noah; the purified, the wicked, and the burdened. Each son, a phase of conscious behavior within man. No sooner would the ark (covering in the conscience) be open, and the manifestations of each son would be made known. Our focus is on what we have highlighted previously and that is that when a son has sexual relations with his mother, Yahweh has decreed that this act, “uncovers his father’s nakedness,” and thus the curse invades.

“And Noah, a man of the soil, proceeded to plant a vineyard, and he drank of the wine and was intoxicated and became uncovered in his tent. And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father, and told his two brothers outside.” (Genesis 9:20-22)

Spirit view:

“And Noah (the rested conscience), a man (thought) of the soil 14 (“man, adam;” the redeemed conscience), proceed to plant (consciously prepare) a vineyard 15 (“garden;” mind protected by Yahweh), and he drank (consciously consumed) wine 16 (“effervesce, intoxicating;” spiritually renewed thoughts) and was intoxicated 17 (“tipsy, satiated;” spiritually high) and became uncovered 18 (“denude, exiled;” spiritually and mentally transparent) in his tent 19 (“conspicuous, clear;” conscience). And Ham (wickedness within), the father (chief thought) of Canaan 20 (“humiliated, vanquished;” the reprobate conscience), saw the nakedness of his father (that’s correct, Ham had sexual relations with Noah’s wife Gaea, commonly known as “mother earth,” or “the mother of all living.”), and told his two brothers (co-faculties in the conscience; “position” and “burden”) outside (away from Yahweh’s presence, His Temple within).” (Genesis 9:20-22)

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