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Picture 6 The meghillàh

Picture 6 The meghillàh and Zechariah’s flying chariots. 25 In this event we have dealt with in the book Resurrection Reincarnation – Fables consolatory or reality? (Presented below this volume), examined in the light of the use made of it in the Gospels to show that this is the doctrine of reincarnation. 156

9 (asáf-le mizmór) The Elohìms Die! In this chapter we will analyze Psalm 82 (83) of the Bible. This Psalm was composed by Asàf, son of Berkyahu, descendant of Gershom, Moses' eldest son. Asàf lived during the age of David and was the head of one of the early groups of musicians who depended directly on the sovereign; this important position allowed him to sit with the king. He has been assigned twelve Psalms, written during the reign of Hezekiah (VIII century BCE). The Levites, members of the priestly tribe, praised Yahweh with “the words of David and of Asàf the seer”. So Asàf was a man who occupied a prominent position, close to the centers of power and knowledge management; a man of learning, dedicated to the indepth examination of the ancient texts and the composition of songs of praise. He is credited with this Psalm that includes an astonishing, quite puzzling statement. The poem contains the description of an assembly of “Gods”, chaired by one who is reproaching the rest of them for the unacceptable behavior in administering their power over men. He seems to be reading - as in other passages of the Old Testament - the transcription of a Sumerian tale, a description of one of the many meetings during which the Anunnaki administered power and justice in the territories 157

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