THE BOOK OF MELCHIZEDEK CONSIST OF 3 BOOKS COVERING DIFFERENT TIME PERIODS.
1.HISTORY OF A VASE – WRITTEN BY ABRAHAM
2.THE STORY OF SALEM – WRITTEN BY ABRAHAM
3 HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE – WRITTEN BY MELCHIZEDEK
THE BOOK OF MELCHIZEDEK INTRODUCTION
The Book of Melchizedek is an English translation of one of the Dead Sea Scrolls found in cave number 11, in the Qumran desert, north of the Dead Sea. Some call it the Great Melchizedek Roll, since in its original state, it consists of a set of 7 rolls sewn together.
According to sources related to this Great Roll and what is read in the manuscript, the first scroll that appears in the compendium was written by Abraham, the same character we found in the Book of Genesis in the Bible. This scroll was recorded by Abraham’s hand in obedience to Yahweh’s divine mandate, and recounts the events that occurred long before and long after the Great Liberation that Yahweh made through Abraham and his shepherds, on that occasion when he was released Lot and the other captives who had been taken prisoner as a result of the battle recorded in Genesis chapter 14. This first story recorded by Abraham is known as The Story of a Vase. Abraham was also commanded to record the Salem Story, which he would listen to and receive “from the lips of Melchizedek”, telling the most relevant events of that Beloved City. Chapter 13 of Salem’s Story is a direct connection to the following story called The History of the Universe, since in that chapter the context in which the revelation was received through the angel of Light was explained. This History, we understand from the source, and as recorded in these rolls, was written by Melchizedek and recorded in six rolls that were sewn one by one along with the first scroll written by Abraham. The History of the Universe is a revelation that Melchizedek received through “a luminous angel” or angel of Light, and which he was recording in those six scrolls for six years.
Sound speech, that cannot be condemned; that he that is of the contrary part may be ashamed, having no evil thing to say of you. Titus 2:8
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