Balam The Demon Balam (Balan) is a former member of the angelic order of dominions and now one of the Fallen Angels with 40 Legions of Demons under his command. Balam is the 51st of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is a terrible and powerful king with the heads of a bull, a man,…… Continue reading FALLING ANGELS – 4
The number 4 derives its meaning from creation. On the fourth day of what is called ‘creation week,’ God completed the material universe. On this day he brought into existence our sun, the moon, and all the stars (Genesis 1:14 – 19). Their purpose was not only to give off the light but also to…… Continue reading NUMBER 13
Important Numbers in the Universe In the order in which science first became aware of them. Some numbers, such as your phone number or your Social Security number, are decidedly more important than others. But the numbers on this list are of cosmic importance—they are the fundamental concepts that define our universe, that make the…… Continue reading IMPORTANT OF 13 NUMBERS IN THE UNIVERSE
Reading from Verse Mark 7 in the Bible; Jesus mentions thirteen things that defile a person. They are adulteries, fornication, evil thoughts, murders, covetousness, thefts, wickedness, licentiousness, guile, blasphemy, foolishness, pride and an evil eye (Mark 7:20 – 23). Number 13 the Bible and the Air is my new discovery shows that the bible mentioned the…… Continue reading NUMBER 13 IN THE BIBLE AND THE ELEMENT OF AIR -my discovery by Steve Ramsey
The number 33 is connected to a promise or the promises of God. The 33rd time Noah’s name is used in Scripture is when God makes a special covenant or promise with him. The Eternal promises to not destroy the entire world again with a flood and seals His pledge with the sign of the rainbow (Genesis 9:12 – 16).
The 33rd time Abraham’s name is used in the Bible is when Isaac, the child of promise, is born to him when he is ninety-nine years old (Genesis 21:1 – 2).
Thirty-three also derives some of its meaning from the total number of times ‘three’ or ‘third’ is used in the book of Revelation. Because it is the product of 3 times 11 it can represent God’s judgment. Thus, Revelation illustrates God’s complete, final judgment of the world, which is ultimately accomplished in the final three-and-one-half year (1,260 days) period leading up to the second coming of Jesus Christ.