The Red Edomites & The High Place

The Edomites who rose to prominence during the Late Bronze Age lived, up on the Ash-Sharah highlands and in some part of Wadi Arabah next to Midian.

Genesis tells us that the Edomites, were referred to as the descendants of Esau who married from other non-Israelite tribes. Genesis also tells us that Esau had red hair and a wild nature, with easy-going personality.

Esau is said to be the founder of the nation Edom. He was the twin brother of Jacob, the son of the holy man Isaac, and the grandson of Abraham. All of these men were "shepherds."

It seems to be a major error to imagine that the Aramean Shepherds (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob ), were mere wandering nomads of little or no significance in their day. Content with the nomadic lifestyle, they all lived in tents, and kept large herds of animals. However, in the Biblical account they are clearly pictured as men of high social status; as men of influence, importance, distinction, considerable wealth and power. Therefore, it is clear that the ancestors of the biblical family were notable and of Noble or Royal origins; they were -by no mean- regular. They were Holy Men.

Abraham was honored by Melchizedek on his way from Ur, and to the Hittites, he was considered a prince. All this points to a man of distinction and power. Of such an esteemed, honored, respected and well-known Shepherds family came Esau, the father of the Edomites.

In his book “The Moses Legacy,” Graham Phillips states that according to the Book of Jasher, Moses fled Egypt to Edom. Where he was greeted by Jasher's grandfather, Herzon the Edomite. Moses lived amongst Hezron's people for some time. The Book of Jasher, which was excluded from the books of scripture, covers the period the Israelites spent in the wilderness, and contains commentaries on events during and preceding their bondage in Egypt. In this book that’s named after him, Jasher is referred to as the highest judge of all Israel.

So according to the book of Jasher, the Edomites were the tribe of warrior elites - the Lord Hosts and the highest Judges of the area.

So what does this all mean, the Edomites were the tribe of the highest Judges of the area?

And if so, then would it not imply that they had more wisdom than the other tribes, or that they could see things that nobody else could?

So could it it be possible that the Edomites Judges took spirit plants with chemicals that affect consciousness, and the insight and understanding. So is it possible the judges of this ancient culture took entheogens during tribal dispute?

According to the Biblical account Edomites and the Midianites were involved in the sacred serpent mystery. (Serpents are commonly represented in mythic or religious context as bearers of potent symbolic value or esoteric secrets. The snake's venom is associated with plant chemicals that have the power to either heal or poison; or that provide expanded consciousness through divine intoxication). A Serpent mystery at their copper mines of Edom and the Midin. The serpent mystery is rarely touched upon by scholars, because they are unable to understand the veiled references and symbolism to certain esoteric teachings known to the ancient tribes.

According to the Hebrew Bible, the Midin copper mine were run by a nomadic clan known as the Kenites tribe of Caleb. The Kenites were coppersmiths and metalworkers and were more advanced in the arts than the other tribes. They are along with the Israelites tribes of Judah, Dan, Simeon, and Levi the most clans that was associated with Moses Serpent mystery.

The bible actually tooks about the Brazen Serpent that was venerated by the Israelites for hundreds of years after Moses, until it was destroyed between 719-745 B.C. Because the serpent wisdom were distorted and misunderstood or manipulated, and the masses started worshipping the Brazen Serpent as an idol.

Common to this serpent mystery is the use of substances with magical properties. Amongst the Israelites, this magical substance was known as the “Showbread.” Eaten by the priests, showbread is associated with mystical abilities in connection with the Ark of the Covenant and the breastplate of judgment.

According to Exodus (35:31) the Showbread or The Bread of the Presence of God was made in the wilderness by wise and knowledgeable Bezaleel, a skilled goldsmith and craftsman. Exodus describes how Bezaleel manufactured crowns, rings, bowls, and candlesticks out of pure gold. The Book of Leviticus (24:5-7) states that the loaves were made by fine flour mixed with pure incense. So what kind of incense? And what is this fine flour mix? And what is Manna flour? And why would a goldsmith be in charge of making the Showbread “sacred bread“ and not a baker?

Could it be that the Edomites were ingesting a similar substance to the Egyptian Shem-anna and the Israelites Manna? The Shem-anna was taken by pharaohs to increase their aptitudes for leadership; so was the Hebrew Showbread ingested by the High Priests and Judges of Israel to increase perception and discern right from wrong? And if so, then what is this mysterious substance composed of?

Edomite’s ruins. The notion of a Sacred Space or Neutral Zone representing the Holy Spirit has been a concept of ancient people, whose brain was more attuned to the energies of nature and more sensitive to the Earth’s vibrations due to more active Pineal gland. To the ancients such Sacred Places of Holiness and Neutrality were used as space for Judgment, Initiation, Sacred Rites and Ceremonies.
One find compelling evidence that the Edomite’s were trying to make a Sacred Space, when they carved two 6 meters long Obelisks with EAST-WEST direction out of the mountain rock. The Bible tells that the early Abrahamic tribes venerated the Queen of Heaven connected with the sanctity of mountains, and represented as a standing Obelisk shaped stone.
There are many interesting mysterious clues to the RED colour effect of the region, and without the relative key it is not generally understood. The name “Edom” means red, which probably came from the fact that the land contained a great abundance of RED colored rocks. Esau's who's name in Hebrew means "hairy" is also called "Edom" because he was RED when he emerged from the womb (Gen 25:25). Genesis relates this redness directly to event where he sold his birthright for some "RED lentil stew" (Genesis 25:30). What is more interesting is that the name of the nearby sea is called the RED sea. So what is this Reddish mystery of this land? And the Bible also keeps on reminding us of the Red character as in Isia 1-63: “who came from adom with RED colors.”
Cut into the rock, to a depth of about forty centimeters, there is a large rectangular depression, known as the courtyard, measuring approximately fourteen meters by six meters. It seems to have been an ancient custom to have a tent of the communion of some sort. The Hebrews Tabernacle Tent dimensions according to the Book of Exodus 40:17-19 was rectangular in shape and it was oriented in a very similar fashion to the Edomites tent where the altar for incense-burning is set on the west direction. In the above photo: In the center of the courtyard there is a small raised platform of stone, fifteen centimeters high, two meters long and one meter wide, which could be the platform for their own Edomites Ark. The use of an Ark holding tribal relics by the tribes to mimic the holy presence seems to be an ancient concept. The existence of cultic altar at the high place of the Edomites implies that the Edomite religion, was a cultic mystery religion of initiations and rituals. This is place where the tribal Judgment ritual were held, and this is the place where the High Priest or Judge would ingest his Shewbread with Manna and approach the Ark for guidance. This might be the way how the High Priest become the Lord Host’s.

The Sacred Land Of Edom At Al Sarah Mountain Range "Seir"

Edom was an ancient Bedouin Kingdom in the north-east of the Sinai wilderness, in what are now parts of Sharah mountains in southern Jordan. By the tenth century BC its borders stretched from the south of the Dead Sea down to the Red Sea. Much of this land formed the eastern part of what the Old Testament describes as the Sinai wilderness.

The Hebrew name for the Sharah mountains was Seir. This is known in the Bible which repeatedly refers to the Edomites inhabiting Seir. The Old Testament often links God with this particular mountain range. The prophet Isaiah, for instance, tells us that when God speaks to him, "he calleth to me out of Seir" (Isaiah 21:11). One particular mountain in the range is specifically referred to as Mount Seir. The prophet Ezekiel, for instance, tells his followers to "set thy face against Mount Seir' (Ezekiel 35:20).

Deuteronomy 33:2 is even more specific. When Moses is dying he calls upon the Lord to bless the children of Israel and "the Lord came from Sinai and rose up from Seir unto them". This is evidence that God was thought to reside in Seir.