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Mark of Cain - Genesis 42:35


In the book of Genesis 4:8-15 we read how Cain killed his brother Abel and as a punishment God put a curse on Cain and a mark on Cain's forehead. What was the mark?

Jehovah - Punishment - Curse - Forehead - Crucifix - Cross

Mark - Sign - Noticeable - Distinct - Recognized - Crucifix - Defense - Protection - Forehead

The Cross - The Mark of Cain

The cross is the Mark of Cain. God placed this mark to identify him in perpetuity for murdering Abel and lying to him. Occultists believe that Cain's father was not the "bad" Jehova-God but the "good" serpent Lucifer-Samael. The Mark of Cain, or cross, symbolizes a hammer, for Cain was a Worker in Metals, which is what a practitioner of Alchemical Sorcery is called. His descendent tribe, were nomads who traveled first of course from east to west, then centuries later from west to east are known to us as the Cainites, Caananites, Kenites, Qenites, Midianites, Sleb, Salubim, Rekhabites, Nasoreans, Mandeans, Johanites, or Nazorites. They may also be related to the Essenes, the Druze, the present day secretive ruling sect of Syria and Turkey known as the Alawites, and possibly even the Gypsies. The Qenites tribal mark was a tattoo on their foreheads in honour of their progenitor, for they were and are intinerant goldsmiths, blacksmiths, carpenters, potters, peddlers, medicine men, entertainers, craftsmen, and magicians. They also did not shorn their hair, often braiding it in the Nazorite fashion. Cain's direct descendent today whether Tubal-Cain himself, or someone else of whom we know not, has this Mark of Cain, the cross, as a red birthmark on his chest or back.



Nay, even while Adam was alive, it came to pass that the posterity of Cain became exceedingly wicked, every one successively dying one after the other, more wicked than the former. They were intolerable in war, and vehement in robberies; and if any one were slow to murder people, yet was he bold in his profligate behaviour, in acting unjustly, and doing injury for gain.

Antiquities of the Jews, A.D. 93



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