Monday, October 5, 2009

Interesting Response from Knights of Awareness radio show

I received this interesting note following my appearance on the Knights of Awareness radio show and thought is was well worth sharing. It is from "Setanaoko" and I do have her permission to post it here:

"Shojan" seems to have a great talent for accessing the Akashic Record (some may call it the Arcane University) to pick out his memories. 2800 years is a lot of memory to retain. I have difficultly pulling my memories from only a couple of weeks ago. Somethings are more vivid than others, but those are of borderline traumatic events. :/

Logging things away in a file-as Sherlock Holmes did- on a plane that is not in the here and now is quite an impressive feat.

Surely you cannot hold it against me that I say I am skeptical. HOWEVER, I am more than willing to admit you have convinced me of the possibility with this segment and your interview with David and Justin on Knights Of Awareness.

I remember you saying on the show that you wanted to get his permission to talk about Jesus Christ, and you were going to make it a point to try and receive that permission. I'm not sure if you were watching what I was saying in the chatroom to some of the other listeners. They pointed out that you "conveniently" could not disclose certain information. I believe-if he is truly the age he claims-that rather than believing the world is not ready to hear what he has to say, he is not SUPPOSE to tell the world what he knows.

Regardless of what you believe, it is not deniable that the Bible has predicted elements of the future with a degree of accuracy. If we are to pretend that we believe in the "end times" (which I do, but not everyone does), then we have to acknowledge the possibility of the "two witnesses" coming forth to spread the word. If "Shojan" truly is 2800 years old, it would be my suspicion that he is one of the two witnesses (which are attributed to being Enoch and Elijah, though it COULD be someone else entirely) mentioned.

What this tells me, is that he doesn't "FEEL" that people are not ready to hear the truth, as much as he "KNOWS" they aren't suppose to hear the truth. However, wisdom tells us that he must use the term "feel", otherwise the truth will be revealed to you.

There is a reason you are not allowed to tell us certain elements, and why-perhaps- he has not disclosed those elements to you. It goes beyond simple wisdom. It is something relayed to him through- what the Jedi Community calls- "the Force" by the Divine.

Here, in the chapter you sent me, it appears as though he was looking to travel forward into time, rather than backwards. After all, he had seen history, so history is not where he needed to be. However, to move forward in time, it would speed up his destiny.

It is because of this chapter, I rule out that he is Enoch. Enoch was given the knowledge of all things in the universe-time included. It does not, however, rule out Elijah. There is nothing saying that Elijah was not returned to Earth. And there is nothing that says-or does not say- he learned about the mysterious of heaven. Both the stories of time here on Earth and those mysterious revealed to Enoch are needed to establish credibility to their witness.

Your book is a documentation that begins the proof of "Shojan's" existence as a man who has been alive for quite some time. ...

There is a greater purpose for why he will not release permission for you to reveal it, and I honestly believe that it is because he is under a sort of "strict orders" not to reveal it until the Holy Spirit reveals the time to him.


I was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed the enthusiasm that pours from your soul as you wrote it. :)


Elf said...

dear Ben, dear Setanaoko,

Very interesting, this last article. bingo. hit the target.
thank you for writing / posting it.

these are 2 source i've checked.

Elijah or Elias, Eliyahu; "Angel of the Covenant" Ilyās", "The Tishbite" whose name means "I whose god is Yahweh", was a prophet in kingdom of Ibrahim in the 2nd quarter of the 9th century BC. He appears in the Hebrew Bible, Talmud, Mishnah, Christian Bible, and the Qur'an, the aggadah and rabbinic literature.
a legend on Elijah in Kabbalistic literature (Yalḳuṭ Reubeni, Bereshit, 9a, ed. Amsterdam) states he was an angel in human form, so that he had neither parents nor offspring.

The first book of kings says that Elija is from Tischbe in East Jordan.

i remember that you, Ben, told in radio shows:
* Shojun was born in Jordan and has been a Jew.
* Shojun was a household name in the time of OT.
* one of Shojun's identities is mentioned in the OT, NT, Talmud, and Koran.
* Shojun is about 2,800 years old.

Elija was (household name) prophet in the 2nd quarter of the 9th century BC and he came from Jordan and he is mentioned in those books.

this is what i concluded from the Wikipedia information:

"Elijah makes an appearance in the New Testament during an incident known as the Transfiguration. At the summit of an unnamed mount, Jesus' face begins to shine. The disciples who are with Him hear the voice of God announce that Jesus is "My beloved Son." The disciples also see Moses and Elijah appear and talk with Jesus.
New Testament references of Elija:

* Luke 4:24-27, Jesus says, "No prophet is accepted in his own country."

* Romans 11:1-6, Paul cites Elijah as an example of God's never forsaking his people.

* James 5:16-18, James says, "The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much."

Jesus' ... preached the forgiveness of one's enemies, while Elijah killed his. Miracle stories similar to those of Elijah were associated with Jesus (e. g. raising of the dead, miraculous feeding). Jesus implicitly separates himself from Elijah when he rebukes James and John for desiring to call down fire upon an unwelcoming Samaritan village in a similar manner to Elijah."

blessings, Elf

Ben Abba said...


Thak you for all of the great comments!

In your research, what is your estimation as to the year Elijah was born?

In my research I have heard historians estimate anywhere 700 B.C. to 1,300 B.C. for Elijah's year of birth.


Elf said...

dear Ben,

i found this date for Elija's presence as a prophet in the German wikipedia:
2nd quarter of the 9th century BC.

blessings, Elf