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Journey Unto Shiloh: Part 7

Updated on June 19, 2013

By now you probably find yourself in one of three camps. The first two were obvious responses that I expected, the third I must admit took me a bit by surprise when it was first raised by one of my readers. If we look at the first camp, you are the believers. None of what I have written to date shocks you. You believe in God and you believe that the Almighty still has a hand in the action, so to speak, so on faith alone, you’re willing to accept what I have written. The second camp are reading the articles, shaking your heads and muttering that someone should be preparing the rubber room for me by now. I can accept that as well. You are the sceptics and as with everything else in life, there are always those that refuse to accept of faith alone. As I wrote numerous times in my articles, I also found it very difficult to accept at first. Our modern lifestyles, our dependence on technology, our hardwired scepticism tells you that this just doesn’t happen, yet, as much as you try to convince yourself of the implausibility, there’s a small voice buried inside all of you that still whispers, “What if?” That’s good, because if that ‘what if’ whisper keeps you reading then it means there’s a chance I will convince you otherwise by the end of the series of articles.

The third response that was raised by one of the readers, is a variant of the previous two. There is obviously a group out there that certainly believes in celestial communication, prophecy and the presence of the Almighty, but they just don’t believe that He would bother with me. That’s okay too. As I wrote in several of my articles, I wish he hadn’t ‘bothered’ with me either but I really didn’t have a choice. Those in this latter camp believe that they know individuals that are far worthier, or perhaps even consider themselves far more deserving and I can’t argue with that belief. However, I don’t think it’s a matter of worthiness which determines who is and who is not communicated with. Nor do I think that the Almighty would ever base his targets on the concept of worthiness. This concept of ‘worthiness’ is a human justification and as you read the Torah there are several, like Balaam, that He communicated with that you could hardly consider worthy. The story of the pebble and the boulder in the Journey Unto Shiloh Part 4 article partially confirms that line of thought. Moreover, I think it is actually determined by something far simpler than personal attributes based on character. Once again, as scientist, I think it has to do with a genetic structure. Something that for the lack of a better name I’ll refer to as the HRG, or Holy Receptor Gene and which I will explain subsequently.

Genetic Theories

The reality is that we consist of perhaps as little as 25,000 protein coding genes but these PCGs are only 1.5% of the total leaving another 98.5% of non-protein coding genes unidentified and we haven’t a clue as to what they actually do. Perhaps some of them are the basis for my article on Genetically Linked Memories and by this means we also serve as a warehouse for family archived memories passed down through the generations.

As a species, regarding those PCGs that have been identified by the Human Genome Project, we share most of these genes in common, but then there are certain genes which are specific to only selective families or regions. Some of these genes actually endow families with longevity, or disease resistance, leadership qualities, or even superior intellect. We no longer question the existence of such genes because many of these loci have been identified and evaluated by scientists. In August of this year, Rogalski, published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society his finding of the Super-Cognitive Aging Gene. This was a group of plus 80 year olds whose brains don’t seem to undergo the aging process. Instead, their cognitive skills appear to just get better and better the older they get. How we may wish that we had that particular gene, especially if we know we have Alzheimers or Parkinsons running through our family.

In another recent publication,'Super athlete' gene EPAS1 helps Tibetans live in thin air - study , Chinese scientists found that Tibetans have developed unusual genes that help them live in the thin air of the Tibetan plateau. You can appreciate now that the Sherpas accompanying Sir Edmund Hillary were probably running up and down Mount Everest long before he ever planted a flag upon its summit.

Furthermore, during and after last year’s London Olympics, numerous papers were published proclaiming that athletes from certain regions and specifically countries like Jamaica had an unfair genetic advantage. For instance, almost every Olympic male sprinter and power athlete tested had at least one copy of a certain variant of ‘power gene’ ACTN3. A study of British runners found that those who run long distances often have a certain variant of the gene ACE, which also helps people to climb at high altitudes, and is associated with endurance. Similarly, other genetic mutations were identified that are known to boost the number of red blood cells in the body, meaning more oxygen can be delivered to exercising muscles.

And of course we shouldn’t overlook the Scientific American Publication of May 2012 in which they summarized the work of numerous scientists and psychologists that identified that there is such a thing as a religious gene. In their summary, they concluded that many people change their religious affiliation over the course of a lifetime but their overall attitudes toward belief, are generally stable in adulthood. In fact there were specific clusters of personality traits that correlated highly with particular kinds of religious beliefs. Therefore, even though you may have always thought you inherited your religious beliefs from your parents, it was demonstrated that they only really could influence you during your adolescent years and it were the genetic factors that emerged and took over in adulthood. In other words, we are already pre-programmed to believe and in what to believe when it comes to religion. That being the case, then the concept of a Holy Receptor Gene being transmitted down generations within a few families has a very good likelihood and should not be that difficult to appreciate.

Holy Receptor Gene

Is there any proof that such a gene exists within certain families in the Torah and Tanakh? There wouldn’t be much sense in appointing the singular tribe of Levi to be priests if there wasn’t. Nor would the focus on a particular family, being Aaron’s descendants as Kohanim or High Priests, have much relevance if such a gene didn’t exist. Since it was believed, as it certainly should be if we are truly believers in the word of God that every year during the Yom Kippur ceremony, the High Priest would enter into the Holy of Holies and commune with God, one on one, then in fact we must acknowledge that this inherited capacity most certainly existed. It did not matter who might have been the high priest in a particular year, since they did change routinely; they all had this inherited ability. They all could tune in to God-FM to put it simple terminology that appeals to our technologically based age, because they possessed this specific receptor.

If you can appreciate this fundamental Torahitic truth, this clearly evident continual practice for 1350 years from the time of Aaron until the destruction of the Second Temple, then you will understand why certain people are touched by this other world and why most are not. Acceptance beyond reasonable doubt that there is an affiliation of a particular family with the ability to hear the Heavenly Voice, as was appreciated not only by the Jews of Temple times, but by every other foreign ruler of occupying empires that came in contact with the Jewish State, is a priority if you want to clearly understand the message. You should have no questions or doubts as to why a descendant of this same tribe, this same family, and in fact a particular House cursed by the Rabbis because of its affiliation with communing with God above all the other priestly houses, would be carrying this same gene. This is especially true since my family practiced first cousin marriages for a very long period of time ensuring the preservation of any ‘peculiar’ genes.

Whether you are Jew, Christian, or Muslim, and you truly believe in the scriptures of the Old Testament, and have no doubt that the prophets of the Tanakh are as described, then you would have noticed a trend regarding their birthrite. Samuel, was the 7th descendant from Korah, the Levitical Priest. Jeremiah, was the 6th descendant from Zadok, the Levitical Priest. Ezekiel confirms that he was the son of Buzi, the Levitical Priest. Zechariah, son of Berechiah, son of Iddo the Levitical Priest. Malachi, can be presumed from his insider information on how the Temple Priesthood worked, or didn’t work in his description, had to be a Levitical Priest. Though we lack the genealogies for some of the other prophets, we can assume that those that are disgruntled with the operation of the Temple priesthood have that insider information because they too are Levitical Priests. That being the case, do you honestly believe it is merely coincidence that so many of the great and minor prophets are descendants of the same family? As I told you a long time ago, there are no coincidences. Merely patterns that most people refuse to accept.

So, perhaps now you will understand why I am very comfortable with confessing to these episodes, my ‘epiphanies’ as I have labelled them, where I experience visions, images and even voices in my head. I can defend my sanity simply because I can point to the fact that it is in my Kahana genes to do so. What you consider abnormal, my family would have always considered normal. I can defend against those that say, “But you are not worthy,” with exactly the same argument, because it is in my genes. Worthiness has nothing to do with it! The same way I know that there are others out there, sharing my genetic code, a similar family heritage and instead of acknowledging their experiences of images, the insights, perhaps even the voices, they have shut them out and are in denial. They have placed the light, this gift they have been given, beneath a basket and refuse to let it shine! Good luck to them, since I know that trying to deny the messages has bitter consequences.

In Conclusion

I wanted to use this article to ease you into what will follow in later articles. I want you, as the reader to appreciate that modern day prophecies can exist and they are every bit as real as those we cherish in our religious practices even though they are for the most part 2500 years old. I want you to understand that just because we live in an age of technological miracles, that does not automatically exclude the ancient beliefs from co-existing. You cannot believe that something could exist a few thousand years ago and cannot exist today. To do so would make me question, “Why do you even believe at all?” If you deny the possibility, if you are unwilling to accept the truth, then I can only advise that you better be ready to accept the consequences.

Avrom Aryeh-Zuk Kahana


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      Kahana 5 years ago

      Shalom Shiloh, As for proving themselves to me, they are to say two things. I was told what they would be in my 'vision' and I'm presuming they were told what to say in their own 'epiphany'. On that matter it was very clear and obviously until such time that I hear the words, I cannot reveal them. As for their revealing themselves to the world, they will do that automatically. Those that have inner sight will see him/her for who they are immediately. Others will just be naturally attracted. There is still time for them to realzie their own potential so I'm just waiting with the patience of Job. Yes, the clock is ticking but we have waited this long.

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      Shiloh 5 years ago

      Shalom Avrom, I was reffering to the issue of cousin marriage as the leader of all opposition groups in Jerusalem at the time had laws against that which would be in direct opposition to what your decendent's did, thats all and I knew it wasn't in the stories of the Torah.

      If you are writting and so entrenched in the memories of Caiphas, his claim to fame does infact hover around Yeshua, so put 2 and 2 together. Also there is in hebrew in the Tanach "his comings forth", plural. So maybe that to will be coincidental. I have said for years that God will annoint or identify all to the dismay and hatred from the religious Jews here in Israel against me. It blew their hope away. At anyrate, how will God then identify a person to you or whomever he of she is supposed to be identified? Will it be private or will it be public? And your proofs will be what? Regards

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      Kahana 5 years ago

      Yes Shiloh, you are correct, it is definitely a can of worms. If anything the prophets have taught you it is that changing the world takes risk and sacrifice. It is not a path of smooth stones.

      As for marriages, cousin to cousin was not prohibited in the Torah, and therefore amongst certainly families it was a continuous practice which only meant copies of the genes occurred over and over again, reinforcing the genetic memories. Here are the prohibitions from Leviticus.

      One's mother (Leviticus 18:7)

      One's father (Leviticus 18:7)

      One's stepmother (Leviticus 18:8)

      One's paternal or maternal sister (Leviticus 18:9)

      One's paternal sister through one's father's wife (Leviticus 18:11)

      One's daughter (inferred from Leviticus 18:10)

      One's granddaughter (Leviticus 18:10)

      A woman and her daughter (Leviticus 18:17)

      A woman and her granddaughter (Leviticus 18:17)

      One's aunt by blood (Leviticus 18:12-13)

      One's father's brother (Leviticus 18:14)

      One's father's brother's wife (Leviticus 18:14)

      One's daughter-in-law (Leviticus 18:15)

      One's brother's wife (Leviticus 18:16)

      One's wife's sister during one's wife's lifetime, even if since divorced (Leviticus 18:18)

      As you can see, nothing about cousins. So unless there was a personal prohibition, or Esseneic prohibition amongst the messianic families, then there's no reason they weren't marrying cousins either.

      Now that raises the question as to why the next messiah must be a descendant of Yeshua's family? Why could it not be through any other Davidic Line? A matter of fact, why couldn't the next one be through the Messiah ben Yosef? Or as this series will point out, from Shiloh, or one on the outside that may not even be through the typical heritage expected. I make no presumption that it will be someone with any connection with Yeshua. But it will be someone with a historical basis, and a genetic inheritance that predetermines their being of a messianic nature. Will there family know? Most likely there are those that suspect. Will they support him or her? That is a question only time can answer. Will others follow? Most definitely because this person is gifted with charisma and leadership that draws people to them. My approval is nothing more than I guess what would have long ago been considered a spirtual anointing. Then it is up to God, to protect and strengthen them. If you truly believe in the Almighty, then you know that he will protect His anointed. The worries, the concerns, the threats are meaningless to one that is anointed by God. Therein lies the difference in what has been chosen by God and what has been chosen by men.

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      Shiloh 5 years ago

      Avrom, from all the articles and comments, the person you are looking for would have repressed memories also. If yours are from Caiaphas, the other would therefore be Yeshua. But Yeshua had immediate family, brothers and sisters. His brother took over his movement after Yeshua was killed, which ever account is actualy true. The bottom line is he was killed, his movement was continued by Yaakov his brother. Since Yaakov was not a Pharisee, nor was Yeshua as we know the modern day Pharisee's or rabbinical derech is contradicting in many places to both the Tanach and what the Party of the Circumcision (The Jesus movement after James took over) where practicing (Sadduceeism, not the corrupted Herodian Sadduceeism) would this person you are looking for be a threat to Judaism, not mentioning the rest of what religions have become which have strayed from the Tanach, even what the Party of the Circumcision have taught?

      So being that Yeshu had family members, of course along with some followers, why would they not recognise him or her? It is logical they they too would have repressed memories. In my opinion, not Caiaphas, but his brother who took over his movement would be the one, forgetting about the actual person himself, would be the one to really know who it was since he took over the movement. So to me it's more logical that they would be the ones who would be looking for him, not to say Caiaphas wouldn't be, but I am not convinced that the memories of Caiaphas would not be tainted. For example, in the Party of the Circumcision, they forbid cousin marraige, this according to the Dead Sea Scrolls. This is in direct contrast to the goings on of even say your family. Now your family has stopped, but if you go back in time, this would probably have quite upset those who where practicing it. So I think much stronger evidence is needed before on can say for sure that the Caiaphas memories are pure and without a motive. I think Alan got to the point of the matter.

      Also, let's pretend you expose the person, you would be putting him or her in tremendous danger, along with so many people. Is this your goal? What if his family, which may now even today include secular Jews, and yes, even rabbinical Jews because its the norm, not to say it's correct., have already located the person and are protecting him or her, needless to say waiting for God, as described in the Tanach to actually make the move, then announcing who He has decided upon. Is this not actually safer for everyone, letting God make the move, it's in the Tanach also. Will not what you are doing put everyone and everything in danger? You don't think that people don't watch what you are typing and will ensure no provication occurs, you bet they will make sure nothing happens, for everyone's safety and good.

      Also, back to a point I wanted to make, if his or her family or followers have already located him, and if they exposed him or her, you would inadvertantly be putting him or her in extreem danger because it's only YOU that can identify the person and teach them. Safety in numbers is the way to go, and I don't see numbers here, just a few commentators, and since we are probably not involved as you have mentioned the person has not identified themselves with the words you await, would you not then lablel them as the anti-messiah? The Xtians already are set up with that scenario as we all know.

      So explain the can of worms you are playing with here. I personally see many troubling scenarios with what you are presenting here, I take what the Tanach say's much more to heart then trusting any that of men. As we don't know what is in the hearts of men, but according to the Tanach, it surely warns us to trust them. And History itself is complete proof of that.

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      Kahana 5 years ago

      Alan, you're assuming that Caiaphas was antagonistic to Yeshua. He wasn't. In fact the Toledoth Yeshua confirms that he was desperately trying to save him and tried to hold him in custody for 40 days so that he would be unobtainable by Pilate until well after the Passover and Pilate had returned to Caesarea. The rabbis are quite condemning in that work of the "one in government and Jewish authority that was related and shielding Yeshua". Another matter that is overlooked is that Caiaphas was a descendant of Kamithea (the acknoweledged head of his house). Kamithea as the name shows had a pronomen of Ka/Cai which was used by the family. So in this case we were looking at a famil founder called the Powerful Matthias, or as we would more likely say in our times, Matthias the Mighty. The Gospels suggest that Yeshua had a protector, one called Joseph of Arimathea. Since there never was a city of Arimathea or a village for that matter, then the name was actually Joseph, the Lion of Matthias. A wealthy man, sitting on the Sanhedrin, with a tomb within the city limits, a privilege usually reserved for royalty and priests. And as mentioned the use of Aryeh, or Ari as a pronomen in my family has been fairly common for two millennia. There was only one Joseph the Lion of Matthias at that time and that was Joseph Caiaphas. Yes, genetic memories do have their interesting times.

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      Kahana 5 years ago

      That person is out there. There is no doubt in my mind as you will witness in the next article. Whether that person know it, which I suspect they do, they must take the leap. Yes, they may be frightened, worried, perhaps even terrified to commit to the awesome responsibility that has been placed upon their shoulders. When they do finally commit, then I also know that in some way they will make contact with me and provide me with the evidence that I was instructed to seek. As soon as that happens, things will unfold quite rapidly.

      As for keeping them safe, I'm presuming that is a responsibility thay I have to carry. The wrong you speak of was not so much my family as the fact that over the years God has sent many 'messiahs' so to speak but they in turn either became corrupted, afraid, or self-grandizing. Keeping them on the correct path is the hereditary task of the Kahana.

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      alanbedford 5 years ago

      I have a question: what would happen if today's "Caiaphas" -- that is, the person with Caiaphas's genetic memory -- were to encounter a person with Jesus's genetic memory? They would certainly recognize each other. Would Caiaphas try to make sure that the "new" Jesus does not become proclaimed as the Messiah?

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      Shiloh 5 years ago

      Since you havent found the person you are to help, what are the people to do here and now? And what about the original intent of the articles, to get the people back on track to what the Tanach speaks according to you that they are supposed to be following.

      Within the deeper mystical sense, if in your 'genes' of memory, are you specifically trying to right a wrong against another with 'genes' of memory or to ensure that person ends up dead like the first go around? Too bad others cant get involved in this conversation.

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      Kahana 5 years ago

      As you are well aware from our discussions, there is and always has been a message that I've had to deliver. The same way, as I will reveal in the following aricles, once the 'night-time message' was finally translated, I knew that there was someone I had to wait for and I would be able to identify them by their saying two things to me. Once the person had done so, then I knew that I was to help them with their mission. So when we take into context the sum total of these articles, the fact that there hae been several messages, that they all talk about future events and they are spirtiual in nature, then it is up to the people to decide what they will do about it. Messenger, prophet, seer, spirtualist; what are these but simply names that we try to pin or lable before we actaully do something. And in most cases we pin the label too late and retrospectively once the damage has already been done. As I said, you don't ask God, "What should I do", He's already told you what you should be doing. The question one has to ask is of themselvels as to why they aren't listening. You want to change the world for the better, then do it!

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      Shiloh 5 years ago

      Shalom "A". So what you are saying is that you are a prophet of God and this is why we should believe it. With your messages did God specifically tell you to tell the people or is it what you think you are to do. Its important we understand this too as the prophets of old spoke in the name of God. Now I refer the readers to Devarim 13:1-6 just to make sure. We must be sure A, then we have no doubts at all.

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      Kahana 5 years ago

      I'm afraid I must disagree with you S. In the old days a prophet would speak and no one would listen. As a result, the world would be turned upside down and the majority would suffer. Why? Beccause the question the prophets never bothered to answer was why the people should bother to listen to them. People are naturally skeptical, fearful, doubtful and regretibly procrastinate in most matters. It is necessary to give them a reason to believe. To shed some of their doubts. And if the level of readership is proof of that, then this article is being read by the most numbers in the shortest length of time than any of the previous in this series. People want a reason to believe. Contrary to what has been portrayed, a prophet is not all about doom and gloom, his or her message is about hope and comfort. To say that we will get through this but in order to do so we must learn to believe. It never should be about aksing God what do do with the message. He is asking You, what will you do with it. The choice is the peoples. Always was and always will be.

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      Shiloh 5 years ago

      Avrom, I don't think it's a matter that you have to convince readers of your sanity or worthiness, my question is when people have revelations that are private, which do happen to many, we surely must be sceptical of them as there have been so many false ones out there and it will continue. Even when one has a public revelation witnessed by many who would be considered worthy in most eyes, people don't know what to do with it either. So maybe the last 2000 years has worn thin on us. So forget about trying to scientific this away, just get back to the big picture and big message of it all. Then we ask God what to do with it. Either way, we wait! Time will tell if what you say is true or not, for this I don't worry about.


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