The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 9
By Timothy Schwab
Author, Publisher, Researcher, Singer/Songwriter, Founder of The God Culture
Non-Pharisee and proudly so...
Over five years ago, our team of researchers, The God Culture, began to embark
upon the journey of a lifetime. We had reviewed a claim that the Philippines was the
ancient land of gold in which King Solomon acquired resources for the Temple. At
first we thought it would lead to perhaps a trail but such ancient geography would be
very difficult to prove. As we ripped through every scripture and assessed the Hebrew
especially, we were greatly intrigued to learn there appeared to be a Biblical connection
but certainly that would only be a case of Bible we thought. For us, that is good enough
but we all know most demand more because they don’t believe the Bible.
So, we expanded our search into the realm of history, etc. which was incredibly
abundant and overwhelming and pretty much all this information was new to us as it
is not taught largely. However, one merely needs to read what the Spanish chroniclers
wrote when they came and it is rather difficult to conclude any other land could even
possibly fit Ophir. We continued this to the point that we finally created a YouTube
Channel and launched Solomon’s Gold Series which has been a hit internationally for
millions. However, as we were proving Ophir, we kept receiving comments from many
Filipinos who were telling us that land is also the location of the Garden of Eden.
Of course, being researchers, we were skeptical we would ever be able to prove that
but Ophir led to so many things we did not expect. After some months, we did not
release any Garden of Eden videos and we moved onto our Flood Series. When we
did, we decided to take another look at this Book of Jubilees which we had all read but
knew little about as seminaries and churches are willingly ignorant of the book because
they are told to be by the Pharisees (Rabbis). As we reached Chapter 8, we thought it
beneficial to cover what is Noah’s division of the Earth among his three sons – Shem,
Ham and Japheth. He had no other sons and those three inherited the entire Earth
yet we are told Noah only mapped the Middle East. That makes no logical sense but
it is something we are told and most have accepted as we had previously. However, we
began to follow the directions on a map proving out each point. Oh my!
This mapping unveiled the location of the Garden of Eden, it defined Shem, Ham
and Japheth’s territories worldwide and certainly not just the Middle East, it locates the
seat of Gog of Magog’s power and so much more. We were flabbergasted that this book
from at least 2000 years ago somehow had all this information that we are told was not
known until modern times. What was more amazing is how far modern scholarship has
strayed from these once known facts and they support such geography typically with
etymologies of words that sound similar from languages not even associated. Frankly, it
is almost as if they do not wish to know these things and perhaps some do not.