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The Great Flying Saucer Myth

The Great Flying Saucer Myth by Kelly L. Segraves

A Servant of Servants

It is said a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren. The Lord of Jesus Christ was described as King of Kings, Lord of Lords, which means He is the highest King of all kings, He is the highest Lord of all lords. Paul said that he was a Hebrew of the Hebrews. A servant of servants means simply that he is to be the highest servant of all servants. That applies to all of the descendants of Ham. If you were to read Genesis, chapter 10, very carefully, you would find that the descendants of Ham were basically the great civilization builders of all times. From the descendants of Ham have come all of our major technologies -- mathematics, writing, ship building. One writer suggests that you can attribute just about everything to them, including the toothbrush.

The oriental nations, the Samarians, referred to in literature as "darkheads," the Egyptians, various Indians, Aztecs, Mayas, all of these great civilizations sprang up from the descendants of Ham. They were concerned with materialistic things.

Their curse, if it is a curse, is materialism. But it is not just a curse; it is a prophecy. Noah, looking at Ham, realized something about this particular son. He was not concerned with spiritual things as the other sons were, but with the material things of life. When Ham's descendants took time for religion later, after they built their cities and civilizations, they had forgotten the teachings that had been passed down. They tried to rewrite their history but came up with stories like the Gilgamesh epic, perversions of the word of God. They began to worship things -- the sun, the moon, creatures, because now they had built their civilizations but they had forgotten the true God. Generations had passed in which fathers were too busy to tell their children about the true God of creation.

Realizing this, God said simply through Noah, "Blessed be the Lord God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant." Canaan was a servant to mankind; Shem was considered a spiritual leader of mankind. Ham's curse was materialism. Shem, prophetically was to be the spiritual leader. Through Shem came the Jewish people, ultimately God's chosen people; ultimately the people whom God chose to take the Creator's message to the world. God established a high priest. The message came to the high priest; it was to be passed on to the tribe of Levi, to be passed on to the twelve tribes, to be passed on in a missionary endeavor to the world. But it did not work that way. The world was closed out. The twelve tribes became quite closed -- they tried to fight to become Levites, to buy the priesthood, to become the high priests and therefore come closer to God. Man's selfishness caused the system to fail. God foresaw this because He said, "God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant."

The descendants of Japheth are the intellectuals. From these the isle of the Gentiles came into existence -- those whom we term Caucasians. They were not all super-intelligent, Atilla the Hun and other barbaric people are in that line. The white peoples developed an ability to adapt, apply, and develop others' inventions. The Israelites never built any civilizations, they walked into a land and conquered it. The descendants of Japheth also walked into lands and conquered. They conquered the people of Ham, took over their technologies, and improved upon them. They were the intellectuals.

The civilizations of Rome and Greece, which we are so proud of, took over from the descendants of Ham. To Japheth and his descendants was given also the spiritual responsibility of carrying the word of God of the world as they enlarged the tents of Shem. And to whom is the gospel being carried? To the descendants of Ham.

If you study the descendants of Ham you will notice those are the foreign mission fields to which we are carrying God's Word. We are also carrying it to the descendants of Shem, the Jewish people, God's chosen people who rejected God and the Messiah. It is the descendants of Japheth who now bear the spiritual responsibility of the world and, unfortunately, because they fail to believe what God says, they are failing in their task.

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