Abiathar the High Priest is Removed
When we do more with this code, we discover it is replete with information about Ancient Evil's plans for a New World Order. The most interesting discovery in this code is the appearance of Eli's grandson, Abiathar. Even a cursory study of I and II Samuel will reveal that Abiathar was a definite asset of King David. He survived the massacre of Doeg the Edomite because he stayed with David. When David ascended the throne, Abiathar stood with him and was High Priest at times. But then, he made a mistake...
When King David was old at the beginning of the Book of I Kings, his son Adonijah attempted to ascend the throne as King of Israel. Abiathar stood as the priest to anoint Adonijah as king. In clear rebellion, he ignored King David's order that Solomon was to be the next king. When this situation was brought to the attention of King David, first by his wife Bathsheba and then by Nathan the prophet and accompanied by Zadok the Priest. King David, in his last act as King of Israel, set Solomon on his personal mule and had Nathan and Zadok anoint him king. (I Kings 1:34)
The biggest loser in the power grab was Adonijah himself. In a desperate attempt to salvage his position, he used Solomon's mother: Bathsheba to manipulate himself onto the throne. King Solomon quickly saw through his intrigues and had him summarily executed. Realizing that he had to get to the bottom of the treachery, King Solomon then ordered his father's most trusted general Joab (who also followed Adonijah) to be executed as well (following King David's final charge to Solomon, per I Kings 2:5-6), but in a very surprising move, he had another punishment for the rennegade priest Abiathar:
And unto Abiathar the priest said the king, Get thee to Anathoth, unto thine own fields; for thou art worthy of death: but I will not at this time put thee to death, because thou barest the ark of the Soveriegn YHWH before David my father, and because thou hast been afflicted in all wherein my father was afflicted. So Solomon thrust out Abiathar from being priest unto YHWH; that he might fulfil the word of YHWH, which he spake concerning the house of Eli in Shiloh. (I Kings 2:26-27)
Abiathar received a fate worse than death. He would have to look at the ceremonies of the Temple from a distance. Clearly, he quickly developed a root of bitterness within him. Eventually, he wanted revenge against the "brat" king that deposted him and was willing to do anything to get it. As we see in the following Bible Code, he went to great lengths to get that revenge.
In this code, not only do we see the dejected farmer, Abiathar grieving over being thrust out as the High Priest unto the YHWH. It also meant he was no longer entitled to wish for better day. Instead, we see him calling upon Ancient Evil to give him special status. Since he thought he had lost everything with YHWH, making a deal for his soul was not a big proposition, at least for him. He did not understand the big picture. (Read Rabbi Louis Ginzberg's analysis of Joab and why King Solomon had to sentence him to death in this life. (cf. The Legends of the Jews: From Joshua to Esther, Volume 4) Undoubtedly, YHWH had similar plans for Abiathar's redemption as well.
Abiathar and the the rest of his family, did not see the bigger picture. He saw his place as a high priest of YHWH. Furthermore, he was looking forward to working in the new Temple that King Solomon would soon build. When he was "thrust out," he and his family wanted revenge. Antiquity says he understood his tenuous position in Israel and decided his opportunities would be better served with the competition: King Hiram of Tyre, the leader of Phoenicia, the famous seafaring kingdom of the world. Once he established himself in Tyre, he would set up a priesthood for King Hiram. Once he succeeded in setting up that priesthood, King Hiram sent him to other places in his Empire and put him to work, setting up other similar priesthoods. Since he was quite aware of the curse laid on his family in I Samuel 2:32-33, he had to do something to take care of the problem. Ancient Evil sent Lilith's daughter Malia to further seduce Abiathar, but the Bible Code says he was smart enough not to give in, initially. However, Cain was the next person to visit him. Between them, they came up with the newest "works religion," and used sorcery and witchcraft to terrorize the people and force them to worship the Babylonian religion of the Beast. He also seemed to have found out about King Solomon's "Devil's Trap," using it to capture and put to his use some very powerful "almighty ones," including the sorcerer Lucifer.
This Bible Code also gives us some modern manifestations of Abiathar and Cain's new Babylonian Religion. One of the most notable is Domeh adherent: Harun Yahya (AKA Adnan Oktar), allegedly author of 300 books on a syncretism of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Apparently, he has won over members of the Israeli Sanhedrin to his point of view. But in July of 2018, the Turkish government arrested Harun Yahya for fraud, espionage, and even sexual abuse. He was found guilty of several crimes and sentenced to 1,075 years in prison. Later on, an appeals court overturned his conviction, but on retrial, he was sentenced to 8,658 years in prison. It should be noted that he was arrested shortly after we first posted this Bible Code.
The other modern religion that has come out of Abiathar's work is the Masonic religion. Using the demise of Hiram Abif, one of the builders of King Solomon's Temple, Abiathar built a religion for the elites of this world. There are some who suggest that Hiram Abif was a relative of Abiathar, which may explain why he knew what happened.
Our research did not stop here. We started digging to see how Abiathar would expand his Phiabi Crime Network and his false religion. Click here to visit the next page in this series.