Rachael and the Idols of the Temple


There is every reason to belief based on a transation of Genesis 33; 45

“So Jacob took a stone and set it up as a pillar. 46 He said to his relatives, “Gather some stones.” So they took stones and piled them in a heap, and they ate there by the heap. 47 Laban called it Jegar Sahadutha, and Jacob called it Galeed.”

Galeed and Jegar Sahadutha are Akkadian words meaning a covenant with the lord. The lord being the middle of the magnet. Pointing to 2600 b.c.e the Children of Israel knew and understood the Futhark Calendar and were proficient with Magnetic sciences.


The different names indicate the different ways each side perceives the Pile. Like a magnet, a positive side, the balance in the middle (god), and the negative side. each man perceiving himself as positive and the other negative. Bearing witness is similar to the concept of imbued an object with the energy of the situation. Not any different than the Hiroshima atomic blast imbued the shadows of some into the walls they were standing next too.


The Kaern Jacob the future King of Kings of the Tabernacle of Adam System used in effect the stones of the Elder Futhark as a representation of God to make a divine and business deal with his Father in Law.


The Elder Futhark based on the Idols which Rachael sat on; taken her inheritance from her father Laban, since her father was a very greedy man who wanted it all but had no problem betraying to take more than he deserved. Laban knew full well that Jacob was going to be a major political force in with Jewish people. So he wanted to have as much influence over him as possible, so the future of the Jewish people would be in part the teachings of the Jews would be the lessons from Laban.


Rachael knew what she was doing, in both taking the Idols (the Symbols of the Elder Futhark) but she also knew she had to hide that information from her husband. Because her father did not know how to use them, but Jacob’s next Job as King of Kings of the Tabernacle of Adam System required their use.

Moses tried to force their use, but only managed to create Hebrew out of the scaffolding the Futhark is made of.

Moses hated the Idol worship with an unquenchable passion. He did not hate god he hated the Elder Futhark.

He called the center of the Elder Futhark a Gateway to Hell.


Intimacies between Rachael her sister Leah and their husband Jacob can be considered as a form of Poseidon’s Trident.






TR Welling