The Parable of The
Fig Tree Explained...

                                                                   ...For The First Time In History

Dr. Scott D. McQuate                                                                                                                                                                                           

The Language

The oldest language known to man is that of the Sumerian; and the written form of that language is called Cuneiform. Being in the Afro-Asiatic family of languages, language scholars will tell you that there is no connection between the Sumerian language and any language in the family of languages with which the Bible was written, some of which include Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic, Greek and others, such as Mandaic, but they are incorrect. The information I’ve uncovered in my exegesis of the Bible by using the Sumerian language, along with these other languages in which the Bible was written, has been nothing short of astounding when I compare it to what I was taught all throughout the many years of my Christian education. If the language of the Bible can lead us to a surface understanding of what was going on in a particular story, the Sumerian language is like a high-beam spiritual spotlight illuminating the context and telling us further, how, specifically those actual events took place and what they were; and I'm about to give you just one example, out of hundreds you will find at The Inner Circle, explaining what
I mean.

Sumerian Cuneiform Written On Clay Tablet

Example of Sumerian Cuneiform
Written On A Clay Tablet








Esu delivers to his ‘Inner Circle’ of adherents, the disciples, a story that gives them hints of His coming and what signs of the ‘Fig Tree' to look for to know that day is close at hand. Also, these things are said to happen after the Abomination of Desolation is standing in the Holy Place. Although you will likely not hear this from anyone else, I will tell you as a fact, that the Abomination of Desolation A) Is not a person as is taught by the pastors of the churches, today and B) has been standing in the Holy Place for quite some time, unbeknownst to most.

The Abomination of Desolation spoken of by Esu, is referred to as the bdelygma eramoses in the Greek and simply means the thing that makes desolate or brings destruction. If you attend a church, you would never know what this is talking about, because you would have been led to believe that it is a reference to a person, such as the anti-christ, false prophet, that it is related to a literal 'daily sacrifice' or is a type of statue in the shape of a man, but those definitions are false. If any of those definitions are even close to the truth, it would be the one that likens the Abomination of Desolation to a man, but it would be more accurately compared to a mon, an old word used not just for man, but also for moon, the reason for which you will understand shortly. One of the reasons for these misconceptions that lead to the false teachings, is that Pastors do not know that there was a destruction prior to the flood, in the Bible, and that this initial ‘desolation’ was by fire. This fire is the reason we find the word ‘dust’ in Chapter 2 of Genesis.

 Adam and Eve in Eden Adam was ‘molded’ (Heb. ‘Yatsar’) from this ‘dust’, by the entity ‘YHWH’, but it was not truly ‘dust’. The word for this ‘dust’ is ‘aphar’ (the same root used for the words ‘Pharaoh’ and ‘Pharisee’) and is more accurately translated ‘Cinders’ or ‘Ashes’ in this context. This ‘fire’ was a result of man not being deemed ‘good’ in chapter one of Genesis, by Elohiym, his creators. When we are told at the end of chapter one of Genesis that everything Elohiym made, they saw as ‘good’, it is not speaking about man. Man was not ‘made’ (Heb. ‘Asah’) in chapter one of Genesis, but rather ‘created’, (which is the word ‘Bara’ in the Hebrew), and was therefore not ‘good’, as the things that were ‘made’. Further proof of the resulting destruction of the creation by fire, is the fact that the next words describing ‘God’s’ behavior in relation to this ‘work’, (‘rested’, ‘blessed’, ‘sanctified’, ‘finished’ and ‘ended’), are all more accurately translated, when placed into the proper context, as ‘caused to fail’, ‘destroyed’, ‘exterminated’ and ‘made this work of creating man taboo’(See Strong’s Concordance and Gesenius’ Lexicon for further information).

I speak about this more in-depth to the members of my Inner Circle, but suffice to say for now, the foundation of what you have been taught has been turned upside down, just as Isaiah said it would be in Isaiah 29:15 & 16; and when the ‘foundation’ is skewed, the whole house is crooked. (This ‘true’ story, by the way, is where we get the story of ‘Cinder-ella’ which is simply a reference to the ‘Cinders of Allah’ or ‘Elohiym’. (Elohiym and Allah stem from precisely the same root in the Arabic language, which is ‘El’ or ‘Al’. Visit my Inner Circle to read my paper entitled The Cinders of Ella and Other Tales of the Pharies which expounds on this issue.) 

The instrument of this destruction of the original Adam or Adama, was the ‘Abomination of Desolation’ meaning ‘the thing that makes desolate’. These were the same objects referred to by hidden names within the Bible and they are also inextricably linked to the parable of the Fig Tree. Click here to go to the next page to learn exactly how these instruments relate to the Figs, or click here to visit my Inner Circle to learn the full meaning of this parable and many other ancient teachings that have been hidden for thousands of years. Click here to download this entire ebook now!

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The Parable Of The Fig Tree Explained By Dr. Scott McQuate