The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 18
I N T R O D U C T I O N
Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin, Old French, Old German nor Old English
origin. The name of Yahuah’s people includes His own and such tribes would
never remove His name from theirs. His people in the Old and New Testament
are the Yahudim in Hebrew and Greek really. The shortened form of this word
is Yah’s never Jews as there is no “J” in any of the languages in which the Bible
has been interpreted through. The first two letters are YH( )and that is Yah not
Jew or Yah’s not Jews. This fraud wraps into the rest of this false narrative coming
from the modern Pharisees and the Catholic Church who changed scripture and
attempt to cover it up.
Many do not realize that Qumran is identified in the Bible. However, Qumran
is it’s Muslim name oddly continued by Pharisees and modern Israel. Why would
they do so when the Bible identifies this area by the name as Bethabara(Greek)
or Betharabah(Hebrew). Joshua identifies the Western coastline of the Dead Sea
geographically when he outlines a list in North to South progression of the cities
of the Dead Sea wilderness.
Joshua 15:61-62 KJV: In the wilderness, Betharabah, Middin, and Secacah, And
Nibshan, and the city of Salt, and Engedi; six cities with their villages.
He begins in the North with Betharabah on the Northwestern tip. That is called
Qumran today. Joshua continues as he heads South to Middin which is due
South of Qumran, then further South all the way to Ein Gedi. He defined a
25 miles distance from North to South. Notice there are several cities between
Betharabah(Qumran) and Ein Gedi so even if somehow Pliny meant just North
instead of just above in the mountains, which is obvious, he still would not be
identifying Qumran as the headquarters of the Essenes. Of course, Ein Gedi has
the archaeology called “The Essene Find.”
The Madaba Mosaic Map(left), c. 6th century A.D., contains the oldest surviving
original map of especially the Dead Sea
and right on the intersection where the
Jordon meets the Dead Sea, is labeled in
Greek as Βηθαβαρ or Bethabara. This
is right where Joshua placed it and it is
The reason this is important as well is John
the Baptist baptized Messiah at Bethabara.
This was not some random journey into the
wilderness but a visit to the very compound
Above: Jordan. Madaba (biblical Medeba) - St. George’s
and library designed similar to the Temple
Church. Fragment of the oldest floor mosaic map of the
Holy Land - the Jordan River and the Dead Sea.