Melchom the giant sings his praises to Baal of the moon before he is cut down on the battlefield in the floodwater. Most interesting is the notion that the Psalmist used elements of Melchom's song in the 140th Psalm. Both are transcribed below. Most interesting is that whenever the Psalmist said
"Selah" was a substitution for "remember the unspoken mistake."
The Book of King Og Chapter 4 verses 67-70
The Song of Melchom (as sung on the field of battle in a trance before and as he was run through).
"Deliver me Baal of the moon.
Forgive the bribes I have taken
Preserve me from the violent circumcised
Who imagine mischiefs in their heart
continually, the circumcised are gathered together for war
They have sharpened their tongues like snakes
Adders' poison is under their lips
Never forget the Unspoken Mistake
Keep me Baal of the moon
From the hands of the circumcised.
Preserve me from violent [giants] who have purposed to overthrow my goings
The circumcised have hid a snare for me, and cords
They have spread a net by the wayside.
They have set gins for me.
Remember the Unspoken Mistake.
I said to Baal of the moon
You are my god
Hear the voice of my supplication.
Baal of the moon the strength of my salvation
You have covered my head in this great day of battle.

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The Ancient Battlefield.
The similarities between the text of the HOLY BIBLE and the LOST BOOK OF KING OG are incredible. Here is another comparison:
THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG Chapter 4 verse 51. "...Do not look at the field of battle or its pit when it is red, when it gives its color at your feet, when it moves itself aright lest at the you forget to bite like a serpent or sting like and adder..."

The verse is an encourage meant to inspire focus during warfare. Specifically, it is spoken by Korb the giant on the battlefield during the Hundred Thousand Giant War. However, it sounds very similar to Solomon's admonishment to avoid problems with alcohol:

PROVERBS 23:31-32 "Look not thou upon the wine when it is red, when it giveth his colour in the cup, when it moveth itself aright.At the last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder."

It is apparent that Solomon, in his occultic studies, must have come across Og's words and been inspired by them, a thousand years after they were written.

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Editor's note: Because Father Martin is on a several year sabbatical, his notes aren't being edited before they are placed on this page. Keep in mind that aspects of the points made will no doubt be sharpened and expounded upon at a later date.



Looks like The Fiery Furnace tale in the Bible featuring Shadrach Meshach and Abednego had an earlier telling in THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG Chapter 3 Verses 77-78.

"Nimrod then ordered the furnace to be heated seven times more than it was usually heated. Fifteen of Nimrod's guards died from the heat, as they pushed Xaphan into the furnace.
And Nimrod said. "Did I not put one Rephaim in the furnace?
And Nimrod's guards that remained replied, "He was but one uncircumcised Rephaim."

And Nimrod replied, "Look I see four [giants] walking about loose in the fire and one of them looks like Baal of the moon."
came near the mouth of the fiery furnace .

Then Nimrod came near the mouth of the fiery furnace and spoke and said, "Xaphan, you servant of Baal of the moon, come on out here!"

When Xaphan exited the furnace, not a hair on his head was singed, nor was his armor or weapons hot, nor had the smell of fire come upon him.

Xaphan then said, "I am a servant of Baal of the sun. But rightly you speak, because Baal of the Moon, Baal of the earth, Baal of the stars and celestial bodies, and Baal of the sun were in your furnace!"

Xaphan was then beheaded by Nimrod. Xaphan's [army] was five hundred [giants]."

This is yet another example of the "spillage" of myth in ancient times. THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG predates the Book of Daniel. The book of Daniel is also questioned heavily as to its authorship as demonstrated here:…/documen…/articles/34/34.htm…

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Upon this verse, King Og attempted to move in history in a way that it could not be moved. Moses won the battle and the horn of Israel remained intact.


⁵[ . . .your false god. . .your weak [little] men. . .] I Og will spit upon your warriors who trail like ants [. . .beneath. . .][feces]. I Og will [wipe] the spittle from my beard. I Og will arise when ready. […] and with [the strength in] but one arm I Og will [break] all the [horn] of [Israel].

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In THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG, King Og puts on the whole armor of Baal. In this post, I will first post the verses from Chapter 4 verses 21-23. Then I will post Ephesians 10-18 (which historically were written afterward).

THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG Chapter 4:21-23:
Then, before the [army] of one hundred thousand giants, Anak helped King put on the whole armor of Baal, so that he would be able to stand against the wiles of the incoming circumcised. So King Og took to himself the whole armor of Baal of the earth, so that he would withstand on day of war, and having done all, to stand. King Og stood with his feet apart, having girded his loins with the truth of the uncircumcised. He wore the breastplate of Baal of the moon. King Og also had his feet shod with the preparation for [total] warfare. Above all, King Og took the shield of Baal of the stars and constellations to quench all the fiery darts of the circumcised Nephilim. And king Og fixed the Mot's helmet of the afterlife upon his head, and the sword of Baal of the Sun which illuminates the life that surrounds all uncircumcised Rephaim.

The above passage serves as a template for the following:

Ephesians 6:10-18

10 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might.

11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.

12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

14 Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness;

15 And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace;

16 Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.

17 And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God:

18 Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;

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THE 100,000 GIANT WAR is a massive, awe-inspiring war sequence in the middle of THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG. It is drenched with connections to the Bible, ancient texts, and dark magic. In my studies, I recently came across this article from the SAN FRANCISCO CALL, November 29, 1897 where there is a reference to an ancient 100,000 warrior war between the Mayans and the Moundbuilders. This discovery has launched my special translation team in a new direction of discovery. Was the term "100,000 Giant War" being bandied about across the ancient world? Was the war in ancient North America connected to the Giant War? Were they both the same? More to come as we unpack this information. Here is the link to the newspaper article in question:

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March, 2019 - Edinburgh



The Lost Book of King Og Chapter 4 verse 57 uses language that shows up thousands of years later in the book of Revelation.

"The [rains] continued to fall and the ground was covered in mud and water to a [giants'] knees. Yugthoth saw the circumcised surrounding him and rejoiced to the heavens, and to Baal of the sun that dwells within them. Now Baal of the sun looked down favorably upon Yugthoth, and a voice from the sky spoke, saying,

'Woe to the circumcised inhabiters of the earth and sea! For Baal of the sun is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knows that they have but a short time.'"

Much later, of course, while John was an island prisoner on Patmos did he pen similar words. It is speculated that religious scholars throughout history have had access to The Lost Book of King Og, and have relied upon it loosely for their own prose. An example from the Book of Revelation (which will no doubt offend many for my pointing it out) is as follows:

Revelation 12:12 "Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them! Woe to the inhabitants of the earth and of the sea! For the devil has come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.”

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There has been a lot of speculation as to which incarnation of Nimrod is presented in THE BOOK OF OG. OG and OGIAS are both presented in the same text as father and son. There may also have been a lineage of great hunters all named Nimrod. Perhaps a generational trail that spanned a thousand years or more.

The approximate inscription of the BOOK OF OG dates back to 1400 BC or before, which makes THE BOOK OF OG's telling of the circumcision of a thousand giants predate the penning of the BOOK OF JUDGES by at least 1000 years (JUDGES was authored in approximately 550 BC).

Here is the telling of the origin of circumcision from THE LOST BOOK OF KING OG which parallel's Samson's killing of 1000 philistines:


"In the time before the Unspoken Mistake when Og's land [heralded] Nimrod's accomplishments, Nimrod was called the [Great hunter] and a [killer] of large [giants] and things.

When on the field of battle, Nimrod did [sustain] a [loin] injury when he [engaged] the one-eyed Rephaim named Arge in warfare. That [very] same one-eyed Arge who fought alongside Og in the Hundred Thousand [Giant] War.

When Nimrod wounded Arge's [neck] with the [Driver and Chaser], Arge's [unconscious] body fell to the ground with his outstretched hand [still grasping] his sword. The sword's blade . . .[sliced] upward at Nimrod's loins cutting [open] his foreskin. The skin of Nimrod's wounded member hung, as a testimony to all. He then escaped the field of battle. Arge's [Giant]{army] soon heard of the wound and knew to [search] the loins of the dead Nephilim on the field of battle for the circumcision of Nimrod. . .

. . .Nimrod [knew] his own [vulnerability]. He returned to his [army] and [reclined] in his tent. He took the flint of a [mountaintop] and [finished] his own circumcision and bound his [loins] in sackcloth. Nimrod then had the braids of his head shorn. He shaved his beard and his eyebrows and [annointed] his head with oil. His cup was filled with wine. He [reclined] and [considered]. After a short spell, he arose and sacrificed [many] smaller selves and beseeched Mot for a delay in battle. Nimrod then took the [mountain flint] and circumcised 1000 Nephilim of his [army]. Those that refused were [cut down] by axe, [Chaser and Driver] and their Nephilim [bodies] were tied to trees for the beasts as tradition states. Mot caused a. . .[bowel sickness] to afflict Arge's [army]. Nimrod's [army] rested and [healed] for five days while Arge's [army] [recovered].

And Nimrod said, "With the flint of a mountaintop, heaps upon heaps, I have circumcised a thousand men." And is not the valley where Nimrod circumcised the Nephilim still called the Valley of the First Foreskins to this day?"

The Biblical parallels within this passage alone caused my translation team of seven and myself to stop in our tracks and take several days off in prayer and study as we considered them.The shearing of the braids, is it not similar to Paul shaving his head to keep his vow (Acts 18:18)? Does not the 5 day resting period hearken back to the violation of Dinah and her brothers' murder spree in (Genesis 34:13-26)?  The key revelation point being that there have been no ancient texts that EXPLICITLY speak to the origins of circumcision in any way that made logical sense. Lastly, what were the framers of the Bible speaking to when Samson violates his Nazarite vow (by touching something that is dead) and using it to kill philistines? How does the jawbone of an ass sequence in the book of Judges metaphorically relate to the flint of the mountaintop and circumcision? Nimrod's quote is echoed by Samson in Judges 15:15-16

And he found a new jawbone of an ass, and put forth his hand, and took it, and slew a thousand men therewith.
And Samson said, With the jawbone of an ass, heaps upon heaps, with the jaw of an ass have I slain a thousand men.

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August, 2018 - Paris

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