“And it came to pass, when the king heard the words of the woman, that he rent his clothes; and he passed by upon the wall, and the people looked, and, behold, [he had] sackcloth within his flesh.” (2 Kings 6:30) Sackcloth within the flesh was called the “clothing of the false prophets”, who Zecharia says, “that the false prophets shall no longer prophecy in sackcloth.”
(Zech. xiii, 4) It was also speculated to be an article of clothing that was allegedly worn, but it was described as a blackish substance that I contend is a particular “genus of fungi/molds” that, with the help of the LORD of Hosts, was somehow supernaturally embedded within the flesh of people during times of trouble, pestilence, and calamities as it was said that sackcloth was “worn about their bodies,” not “worn on their bodies” and “within the flesh.“
In Revelation 11:3, we are told, “I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy one thousand two hundred sixty days, clothed in sackcloth” and in 6:12, (12-17), we learn the story of the sixth seal where Christ’s disciples are taught about wars (Revelation 6:6), famines and pestilences (Revelation 6:7), persecutions (Revelation 6:9) and in 6:12, these two witnesses are given white robes as the sun.
This legislative action and legal judgments, which refer to sackcloth girding people’s flesh, rotting, and the stench is interesting given the fact that it also has the ability to cover the sun and heavens with blackness as it is said in Revelation 12 “the sun black as a sackcloth of hair,” and Isaiah, “I clothed the heavens with blackness, I make sackcloth their covering.”
The LORD GOD of Hosts is often associated with forming/molding humans, this sackcloth and dust. We learn in Genesis 18:27; “to speak to the LORD which I am dust,” and Genesis 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed. “Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it.” (Ecclesiastes 12:7)
In the Scripture, we find that the profits were girded with Sackcloth. Job says, “I have sewn a sackcloth upon my skin and defiled my horn in the dust.” (Job 15) It also was on people when they were sick as an instrument of the LORD’s anger and used to “wrap the dead” during the burial process, and during good times, those who were clad in sackcloth tore it from their bodies and cast it from them. For this, gird you with sackcloth lament and howl. For the fierce anger of the LORD is not turned back from us. Jerome
There are also references to instead of a stomach, there is a girding of sackcloth and the bosom (mold in chest/lungs), and instead of beauty and people with well-set hair, people were bald, burning, and were branded. Instead of a sweet smell, there was a stink. Let me, please add that fasting and prayers seem to help these serious medical conditions and also not angering the LORD who was their de facto ruler.
In Psalms, “But for me, when they were sick, my clothing was sackcloth. I humbled my soul with fasting, and my prayer turned into my own bosom.” King James Bible; Instead of a sweet smell, stink; rather, rottenness, as translated in Isaiah 5:24 (compare the cognate verb in Leviticus 26:39). Instead of well-set hair baldness (compare above, ver. 17).
GIRDING MY LOINS
To put on sackcloth was done through what they called “to gird sackcloth about the loins” and had the ability to mend or be supernaturally sewn within the flesh to become part of the skin or human organism and somehow associated with the dust. The word is also mainly associated with the adjective of black or darkness, as if this sackcloth was made of such color.
To Gird the Loins with a Sackcloth is no easy feat. The loins of a human are the part of the body on each side of the spinal column between the hip bone and the false ribs or the upper and lower abdominal regions and the region about the hips.”
All these different Biblical references of sackcloth girding people on the day of destruction with descriptions of rotting flesh clearly indicate that sackcloth is something other than clothing or a robe that people wore. It also has the ability to gird us, surround us, and also stretch into the heavens with blackness, which sounds exactly like what modern science has described as “dark matter” that I have written about many times before. This is what I believe our ancestors had meant by the description of the sackcloth.
Please keep in mind that the LORD GOD of Hosts is considered different from the God of the Most High or El and be more of a legislator of the earth, including humans and hearts who issue punishments for sins laws to govern God’s people. The Jews call him Yahweh, Jehova, or Adonay, and the Christians, the LORD of who Jesus and Satan are his archetypes.
WHAT DOES SACKCLOTH MEAN?
It is obvious from the references above and what I will put forth below that this “sackcloth” is black or dark in nature but also has the ability “to gird people via their loins” and also reached up to the sun and cover the heavens in “blackness.” I have also found that sackcloth is associated with the “LORD GOD of Hosts and dust” and who brings the day of destruction that is coming on all this refined luxury where it was said that in great calamities, in times of deception, mourning, pestilence, sickness, and when the rule of the false prophets, there would be the stench of squalor rotting people’s flesh which would be “girded in sackcloths.”
What has always interested me about these passages was the reference to the word ‘sackcloth’ and the true meaning behind it because all of the interpretations and references never made any sense to me as it does now that I have uncovered the true meaning. For example, many interpreters claim the meaning of sackcloth was that it was a type of robe or dress that people had worn during the writing of the Scripture, but as I briefly stated above, I disagree. Also, the word sackcloth is a somewhat new Biblical word added by ‘Church Doctors’ to conceal its true meaning and is not the original word written in the Hebrew and Greek Scripture, which I will clearly reveal below.
The meaning of gird is to smite, strike or bind and can also mean to equip or encircle a person or part of the body. The original word in Hebrew is said to be ‘agar or chagar’ and also ‘azar,’ which similarly means binds, bound, encircle, gird, or girded. These words have nothing to with wearing a garment and or clothes. In the Book of Enoch, Azar or Azazael is one of the chiefs of the 200 fallen angels who instructed the Sons of God came in unto the daughters of men teaching them the magical arts.
As I explained in my article, “Azazael: The Science of the Seed of Satan,” these ancient teachings led to many Jewish Rabbis identifying Azazel or Azar with Sammael, the angel of death, the chief of the devils, the fallen archangel, and the seducer of mankind. Father of the Church, St. Basil, had said that the angels are “an airy wind, an immaterial fire” who are an order of intelligent creatures which is their elementary constitution according to another high author and the Christian Theologian Origen claimed that Azazel was the devil (‘Cont Cels.’ lib. V1. p. 305).
When studying the word agar, you will find that it is also “means mucilage, which is a thick, gluey substance produced by nearly all plants and some microorganisms.”
These microorganisms include fungi that use it for their locomotion, like Aspergillus Fumigatus, which uses extracellular release of mucilage for parasitic entrapment and fungal adhesion host, which has been well documented. Aspergillus causes the most fungal infections, diseases, infect crops and animals, resulting in more death worldwide every year, making this the true Korona Fungus that the LORD of Hosts may use to do its bidding.
An interesting synchronicity is that the Roman Catholic Popes and Catholic priests use an ‘Aspirgillum‘ named after the mold aspergillus to sprinkle Holy Water, which I contend originally had anti-fungal properties.
This agar AKA mucilage, is also known as “Extracellular mucilaginous material (ECMM)” and fungi use it for attachment of spores or mycelium to various substrates and protection. Scientists have found that certain species of fungi are covered by an amorphous mucilage that facilitates adhesion of the spore to the host cuticle and creates what they call a “mucilaginous spore matrix” to protects it against temperature extremes and may include the storage of nutrients used by the fungus during starvation. For example, “Micromorphology of extracellular mucilage,” which has been thoroughly documented in wood-decay fungi as I’m sure we will find out the same can be said for humans.
As I have explained before, these modern scientific teachings we can connect to the Christain concept of the sackcloth with the ancient Judaic exoteric teachings such as the Unholy Shell of Husk and may be related to the membrane spoken of in the Apocalypse of Abraham. This is a reference to the human mucous membrane or possibly a more recent discovery called the “Interstitium,” which has been described as “the largest organ we never knew we had,” and an organ that is so minuscule that it has escaped the discovery of the world’s greatest scientists until now.
These Scriptual teachings I believe we may find when we read On that day, were are told in Isaiah 22:12 “You built a reservoir between the walls for the waters of the ancient pool, but you did not look to the One who made it, or consider Him who planned it long ago. On that day, the Lord GOD of Hosts called for weeping and wailing, for shaven heads and the wearing of sackcloth. But look, there is joy and gladness, butchering of cattle and slaughtering of sheep, eating of meat and drinking of wine:
“Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die!”
In modern terms and when comparing these teachings to science, my understanding has been that it is the microorganisms within us that have the ability to gird people’s flesh when we sin and live in refined luxury, causing us to rot from the inside out i.e., fungal infections, and just about every disease with a Latin name we have no cure for but a medicine might fall into this category. These same said fungi also have been found 33,000 feet in the air to the moon, which would align with our ancestor’s teachings of clothed the heavens with blackness. I make sackcloth (agar/fungi/black matter) their covering. Hence, the KORONA FUNGI Apocalypse.
I believe that they just used different words. Due to the Babylonian dispersion, the confusion of tongues, and subsequent doctoring of the original Scripture, these translations were lost and or misconstrued. Possibly only to be found in the Vatican archives if they still exist.
This name “agar” is interesting given the fact that it is an ancient name going back to the time of the Phoenicians (Hebrews) and is also associated with “Divine birth,” Angels, and the Wilds Ass Man of the LORD.
In the Scripture, Hagar or Agar is Abraham’s concubine and the mother of his son Ishmael. She was a slave purchased in Egypt who became the maid to Abraham’s childless wife, Sarah, who gave her to Abraham to conceive an heir. When Hagar became pregnant, her meek manner changed to arrogance, and as a result, Sarah treated her so harshly that she fled into the wilderness.
There, by a spring of water, she was found by an angel of the Lord, who told her to return home and promised her that she would have many descendants through a son, Ishmael; he would grow up to be a “wild ass of a man,” in constant struggle with all other men. Hagar returned home to bear her child.” Ishmael was the first son of Abraham, according to the Bible, which is repeated in the Quran.
Hence, all other Apostles and saviors would have been a descendant of this “wild ass man” and who would struggle against the people of their day.
Sackcloth is composed of the words’ sack, sak, sac or saq” and “cloth or clothe.” In Hebrew, the word sackcloth is translated to qadar, to be dark, blackish ones; to be ashy, ie Dark-colored; by implication, to mourn (in sackcloth or sordid garments) — be black(-ish), be (make) dark(-en).
The original meaning of sak means wet
Glucose decomposes this compound so that it Saccharin ( sak‘ ur – in ) . ( Saccharum + – in . ) n
Camlet’s Dictionary tells us that the name was also written in the Greek’ Girgashi, Girgesenos Girshanna
The name Geregesene is connected to the “country of the Gerasenes” (Mark 5:1 Luke 8:26) and the “The Demoniac of Gadara” where Jesus met and healed the demoniac from the tombs, and also the place the destruction of the swine, which was on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
It is in this passage we learn that the people of this area who are said to be clothed in sackcloth also this is Jesus’ hometown where they also have a big problem with demons, and unclean spirits because they have been bound by what is described as “fetters and chains,” and the chains at a particular mountain had been rent asunder by him, and they were called “Legion, for there were many.”
The word fetter is interesting to note given the fact that it means “a chain, shackle, or restraint on the foot which an animal or man was confined restrained or more appropriately, to bind or bound as in a way to “secure prisoners.” The word is variously associated with the slaughter of sinners and has the ability to “hedge” which means “to fence or boundary formed by closely growing bushes or shrubs.”
For example, we learn in Hosea 5:2, “And to slaughter sinners have gone deep, And I ‘am’ a fetter to them all,” and in Lamentations 3:7, “He hath hedged me about, and I go not out, He hath made heavy my fetter.”
If we are to examine the old Greek text, we discover in the Strong’s Concordance that the English word fetter was originally written in the Greek pous, which means “the ground or earth.” https://biblehub.com/greek/3977.htm. Pous is where we get the English pus which means “a thick yellowish or greenish opaque liquid produced in infected tissue, consisting of dead white blood cells, bacteria and fungi with tissue debris and serum.”
Gergesa was said to be a little town near Capernum which was also called Kerza or Gerza of which the Apostle Mathew allegedly wrote was next to Galilee.
Country of the Gerasenes:
The town itself is not named in Scripture and is referred to only in the expression, “country of the Gerasenes” (Mark 5:1 Luke 8:26, 37; see Westcott and Hort, The New Testament in Greek, Appendix, 11). This describes the district in which
Pliny in the 6th chapter of the 7th book of his Natural History, speaks of a mountain in Crete that had been overturned by an earthquake and that had uncovered the bones of a massive giant. Philodemos of Gadara (ca. 110-40 B.C.) reported another giant found on Crete that was 48 cubits in length; this would equate to 72 feet in length. These finds are interesting because the God Zeus or Jupiter was also educated and hid in a cave on a mountain called Mount Ida on Crete.
In times of mourning, they used girdles gashta, the Arabic also signifies “black mud” which was said to describe the soil or earth surrounding the Lake of Tiberias.