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HaShem as creator of all aspects of the Laws of Nature, causes dreams and visions. These
given in prophetic revelations are given in a heightened state of service and great care is required
especially when the evil is so hard at work trying to get people to worship angels falseley...a
dream or vision is caused by angels at the commands of HaShem and do the work of Torah of
Moshe only. Balaam is given permission to go with the emissaries only if he does the will of
HaShem

  • 22:20 Then a word from before the Lord came to Balaam during the night and said to him:
    "If these men came to summon you, rise, go with them. But do only what i tell you

Dreams afforded to those who are ordinarily heightened in their spiritual awareness...Have a
belief in the one deity and the Decalogue (Torah).  We can express our fears and anxieties
through dreams as did Jacob prior to meeting his evil brother Esav. Whilst dreams may be
recognised as a lower form of prophecy none the less Balaam is "talking" with God through this
dream. HaShem is identifying him to do his will and bless Israel. Balak possibly sees Balaam as
corruptible and open to the highest bidder. Hence HaShem in the passage aboves states to
Balaam to "go with them" but to do his bidding and not the Moabites. During this dream HaShem
presents an angel and we are again in full view of the greatness of the creation. What does the
scriptures mean with angels and dreams and visions and parables and so forth. Balaam went
with the Moabites but incurred God's wrath...this would indicate Balaam fell from righteous
thinking and was in collusion with Balak when he set out

  • 22:22 But the anger of the Lord was kindled at his going, so the angel of the Lord stood in
    the way to be an adversary against him.

A dream is an angel...and so HaShem having instituted the laws of nature at creation can call
upon them in a multitude of different ways to affect our lives. It thus requires our intelligent nature
"in his image" to understand them..the correct and proper study of Torah and application of Torah
to enhance our own divine natures. We read in Genesis that not all of the days of creation were
"good" and so we know that un natural forces are at work around us

  • Eph 6:12 For it is not against human enemies that we have to struggle, but against the
    Sovereignties and the Powers who originate the darkness in this world, the spiritual army
    of evil in the heavens

HaShem states in Genesis that there was darkness over the face of the deep until he separated
light from darkness. These evil forces of darkness will be cast to earth once and for all in the final
war in heaven

  • Rev 12:9 The great dragon was thrown out, that ancient serpent, also known as the Devil
    and Satan the Adversary, the deceiver of the whole world. He was hurled down to the
    earth, and his angels were hurled down with him.

The fallen angels and the satanic rebellion (Rev 17 & 18 - Dan 4) are positioning themselves
right now through the UN and EU, Freemasons, Christians, other affiliated religious groups and
all those who are against the laws of God..the Torah written by Moshe'. Buckingham palace is
instrumental in this agenda. Whilst we have good and evil angels those that were given
permanence at creation are there to benefit fallen man and will last throughout history. It is
important to understand that the Torah is not antiquated text, but rather eternal life and
understanding of the whole of creation. By upholding the biblical calendar and the six days of
work and rest on the seventh we accept HaShem as the one and only deity  and creator of the
universe. To uphold his written Torah is to truly be part of the universe. Balaam's encounter with
an angel of the Lord was adversarial  because he set out in opposition to HaShem. In the final
display when Balak presented Balaam before the Israelite nations which he saw entirely

  • 24:2 Balaam lifted his eyes and saw Israel dwelling by tribes, and there rested upon him
    a spirit of prophecy from before the Lord

Such was Balaam's inspiration to see the nations he at one point set out to curse and lo the spirit
of the Lord was upon him. Yeshua HaMashiach our lord and Rabbi in his ministry explained to us
that such would be the nature of all who followed him and choose not the prince of this world but
the Holy Torah

  • 2 Peter 1:21 Because no prophecy ever came from man's initiative. When men spoke for
    God it was the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) that moved them

Balaam filled with the Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit) blessed Israel in the some of the finest
oratories that are contained in the scriptures. The story of Balaam a pagan prophet, illustrates the
personal holy war that is evident in man and how when someone seeks HaShem as Balaam did.
The heavenly realm where Balak knew now Balaam had powers through occultic practices, is
under the control of HaShem. Balaam seeking proximity there gave HaShem an almost
degrading and puppet like performance of Balaam. Prophetic visions are like no other when
divinely ordained. A trance like state is achieved when even the eyes are open.  

  • 24:16 Word of him who hears God's speech, Who obtains knowledge from the Most High,
    And beholds visions from the Almighty, Prostrate, but with eyes unveiled:

Balaam's blessing of Israel, contains the main enemies of Israel throughout time. Edom was
Jacob's twin brother Esav (Gen 25:19) born from Rebekah wife of Isaac who became Rome and
the anti thesis to the Torah. The Torah also gives rise to a future time when a "star" will arise from
the House of Jacob. Yeshua will return at some point and redeem the Israel

  • Num 24:17 I see him, but not now; I behold him, but not near—a star shall come out of
    Jacob, and a sceptre shall rise out of Israel; it shall crush the borderlands of Moab, and
    the territory of all the Shethites.18 Edom will become a possession, Seir a possession of
    its enemies, while Israel does valiantly. 19 One out of Jacob shall rule, and destroy the
    survivors of Ir.’

HaShem swore the destruction of Amalek and his seed who are in the world today

  • Num 24:20 Then he looked on Amalek, and uttered his oracle, saying: ‘First among the
    nations was Amalek, but its end is to perish for ever.’21 Then he looked on the Kenite,
    and uttered his oracle, saying: ‘Enduring is your dwelling-place, and your nest is set in the
    rock; 22 yet Kain is destined for burning. How long shall Asshur take you away captive?’

Yeshua (salvation and laws of nature) lets you know above that everyone is involved and so it is
up to you!!! A word of caution concerning scripture and angels...Satan has done a good job of
obscuring the sanctity and beauty of creation, the heavenly angels who were positioned
accordingly. Satan has inserted divination, sorcery, witchcraft and all other pagan and false
doctrines. Mysticism in the wrong hands is like giving one of these murderers a loaded gun and
has defiled the true nature of the holy Torah. Ungodly practices and blasphemic applications that
these fallen angels are Gods in their own right, are going to be dealt with harshly by HaShem. All
things can be used to help us understand the written Torah as long as they do just that. This
Torah demonstrates the incredible holy war that rages with each of us...the powers of darkness
and the evil inclination verses the Ruach HaKodesh, the divine presence that is there for our
redemption should we step up to it by upholding the Holy Torah. If you shine this light then the
darkness will try to extinguish it. Balaam it seems has cried out to HaShem even from the pits of
hell. HaShem as he says is a God of grace and compassion and will hear true and genuine calls
to him...he is the judge of it all and can read hearts because he created them. Here he shows
that not only will he pull you from these depths but give you a voice in the world if you speak the
truth....Torah

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Posted Sunday July 10 2011
Balak  "Destroyer" Numbers 22:2-25:9
After the news of the slaughter of the Amorites and King Og by the Israelites had spread, Balak felt distressed
at the numbers and power of the Israelites. In this quite incredible Torah portion we see how HaShem draws a
non-Israelite (heathen) prophet Balaam versed in divination...who calls upon HaShem. This most extraordinary
Torah portion is worthy of understanding of inner teachings.
In Balaam's final blessing of Israel through the
quite stark trance like visions that were given to him through intermediaries, there appears to be reference to
the final days when Israel will reign supreme and the evil that has raged against it will be destroyed. There may
even be indication to Yeshua the messiah and the Davidic Dynasty.

Balak seeks to have a curse placed upon the Israelites and approaches Balaam to do this.

  • 22:6 Now please come. Curse this people for me, for they are to strong for me; perhaps I shall then be
    able to engage in war with them and drive them from the land, for i know that whomever you bless is
    blessed and whomever you curse is cursed

Through the laws of nature HaShem can come to anyone as the all encompassing creator. Balaam's
willingness as a mystic and seeming ability to communicate with the fallen agenda in the heavenly realm, gave
HaShem complete control as the creator of the angelic realm and so we read how Balaam came to glorify
HaShem and his chosen people. HaShem knows all and so again HaShem asks the question which he
already knows the answer, much the same as in Gan Eden when he addressed Adam after the fall (Gen 3:9).
The manner of understanding the scriptures is revealed to us in many ways....Balaam seeking to at least to be
seen to be divinely appointed indicates he seek HaShem on the matter and is thus afforded direction through a
dream

  • Num 22:9 God came to Balaam and said, ‘Who are these men with you?’ 10 Balaam said to God, ‘King
    Balak son of Zippor of Moab has sent me this message: 11“A people has come out of Egypt and has
    spread over the face of the earth; now come, curse them for me; perhaps I shall be able to fight against
    them and drive them out.” ’ 12 God said to Balaam, ‘You shall not go with them; you shall not curse the
    people, for they are blessed

The next verse indicates that a dream came to Balaam as he now awakes the next morning

  • Num 22:13 So Balaam rose in the morning, and said to the officials of Balak, ‘Go to your own land, for
    the Lord has refused to let me go with you.’ 14 So the officials of Moab rose and went to Balak, and said,
    ‘Balaam refuses to come with us.’
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