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It is true that all of the continents can be fitted together into one giant landmass, as if it was a jig-saw puzzle (see the image on my 'Floods' page). Many people refer to this super-continent as Pangaea. Scripture says that in the beginning the earth was covered in water, but Yahweh raised a large single continent:
Genesis 1:10 Yahweh called the dry land Earth, and the gathering together of the waters He called Seas.
And almost right smack dab in the middle of that continent is Israel! That is the place Messiyah was prophesied to come from, by Adam:
second book of Adam and Eve 8:9 O Seth, my son, the moment I am dead take my body and wind it up with myrrh, aloes, and cassia, and leave me here in this Cave of Treasures in which are all these tokens which Yahweh gave us from the garden. 10 O my son, hereafter a flood will come and overwhelm all creatures, and leave out only eight souls. 11 But, O my son, let those whom it will leave out from among your children at that time, take my body with them out of this cave. When they take it with them, let the oldest among them command his children to lay my body in a ship until the flood is assuaged, and they come out of the ship. 12 Then they shall take my body and lay it in the middle of the earth, shortly after they are saved from the waters of the flood. 13 For the place where my body shall be laid is the middle of the earth. Yahweh shall come from there and shall save all our kindred.

second book of Adam and Eve 21:8 And unto him of you who shall be left, O my sons, shall the Word of Yahweh come. When he goes out of this land he shall take with him the body of our father Adam, and shall lay it in the middle of the earth, the place in which salvation shall be wrought. 10 Jared answered: You are he who will be left. You will take the body of our father Adam from the cave, and place it with you in the ark when the flood comes. 11 Your son Shem, who will come out of your loins, he it is who will lay the body of our father Adam in the middle of the earth, in the place which Salvation [Messiyah] will come from.
Ezekial 38:12 talks about the end-time invasion of a nation "who dwell in the middle of the earth". Verses 14 and 16 show it is Yisrayah (Israel) which are the people referred to as dwelling in the middle of the earth. And that is the place Messiyah came from.

What about the somewhat mysterious Malki-Tzadeq (Melchizedek), king of Salem, who even Abraham paid tithes to? There are two possibilities: After Noah died, his son Shem was the 'righteous one'. Supposedly Shem was the original king of Salem (the word Salem derived from the Hebrew Shalom, both meaning peace, which derives from Shem), and he became known as Malkizedek (which means 'Righteous Priest-King'). See Jasher 16:11, below. The Cave Of Treasures says Shem took a man named Melchisedek with him when he went to the center of the earth to bury the bones of Adam.
Cave of Treasures: When the waters of the Flood subside from the face of the earth, and you go forth from the Ark, and you take up your abode in that land, you, O Noah, the blessed of Yahweh, do not depart from the Ark, from the body of our father Adam. Minister before Yahweh in the Ark purely and holily all the days of your life. These offerings will be placed in the east. Command Shem, your firstborn, to take up with him (after your death) the body of our father Adam, carry it, and deposit it in the middle of the earth. Let him establish there a man from among his descendants who will minister there. He will be one who is set apart (nezira) all the days of his life. He will not take a wife, he will not shed blood, he will not offer up these offerings of wild animals and feathered fowl. He will offer bread and wine unto Yahweh, for by these redemption will be made for Adam and all his posterity. The malak of Yahweh will go before him, and he will show him the place where the middle of the earth is situated. The apparel of him who will stand up there to minister before the body of Adam will be the skins of wild animals. He will not shave off the hair of his head, he will not cut his nails, but he will remain alone [in his natural state] because he is the priest of Yahweh, the Most High.

Cave of Treasures: Take heed, my son Shem, unto what I say to you this day. When I am dead, go into the Ark, wherein you were saved. Bring out the body of our father Adam, and let no man have knowledge of what you do. Take with you from this place provision for the way, bread and wine, and take with you Melchisedek, the son of Malakh, because him Yahweh has chosen from among all your descendants that he may minister before Him in respect of the body of our father Adam. Take the body and place it in the center of the earth, and make Melchisedek to sit down there. The malak of Yahweh will go before you, and show you the way wherein you go, and also the place wherein the body of Adam will be deposited, which is, indeed, the center of the earth. There the four quarters of the earth embrace each other. When Yahweh made the earth His power went before it, and the earth, from [its] four quarters, ran after it, like the winds and the swift breezes, and there His power stood still and was motionless. There redemption will be made for Adam, and for all his posterity. Now this story, or mystery, was handed down to us from Adam in all generations. Adam commanded Seth, and Seth commanded Anosh [Enos], and Anosh commanded Kainan [Cainan], and Kainan commanded Mahlalail, and Mahlalail commanded Yared, and Yared commanded Enoch, and Enoch commanded Methuselah, and Methuselah commanded Lamech. Behold, I command you today. Take heed that this story is never mentioned again in all your generations. Get up, take the body of Adam, and deposit it secretly in the place Yahweh will show you, until the day of redemption.

Cave of Treasures: After the death of Noah Shem did as his father commanded him. He went into the Ark by night, brought out the body of Adam therefrom, sealed the Ark with his father's seal, and no man perceived [what he had done]. He called Ham and Yaphet, and said to them: My brethren, my father commanded me to go up and travel over the earth, even to the sea [i.e. the Mediterranean]. I am to see what the rivers are like, and then return to you. Behold, my wife and the children of my house are with you [in your care], let your eyes be upon them. His brethren said to him: Take with you a company of men from the camp, for the land is a desert waste, is shorn of inhabitants, and there are wild beasts therein. Shem said to them: The malak of Yahweh will go up with me, and he will save me from every evil thing. His brethren said to him: Go in peace, and may Yahweh the Father of our Fathers be with you. Shem said to Malakh (the brother of Shalah [Salah], the son of [Cainan] and [grand]son of Arphaxad), the father of Melchisedek, and Yozadhak, his mother: Give me Melchisedek, that he may go up with me, and be a consolation for me on the road. Malakh and Yozadhak, his mother, said to Shem: Take [him] and go in peace. Shem gave commands to his brethren, and said to them: My brethren, my father made me swear that neither I, nor any of your descendants, should go into the Ark. He sealed the Ark with his seal, and said to them: Let no man go near it.

Cave of Treasures: Shem took the body of Adam, and Melchisedek, and went forth by night from among his people. Behold, the malak of Yahweh, who was going before them, appeared to them. Their journey was very speedy, because the malak of Yahweh strengthened them until they arrived at that place. When they arrived at Gaghulta [Golgotha], which is the center of the earth, the malak of Yahweh showed Shem the place. When Shem deposited the body of our father Adam upon that place, the four quarters [of the earth] separated themselves from each other, and the earth opened itself in the form of a cross. Shem and Melchisedek deposited the body of Adam there. As soon as they laid it therein, the four quarters [of the earth] drew quickly together, enclosed the body of our father Adam, and the door of the created world was shut fast. That place was called: Karkaphta [Skull]; because the head of all the children of men was deposited there. It was called: Gaghulta; because it was round [like the head]; Resiphta [a trodden-down thing], because the head of the accursed serpent, that is to say, Satan, was crushed there, and; Gefifta [Gabbatha]; because all the nations were to be gathered together to it.

Cave of Treasures: Shem said to Melchisedek: You are the priest of the Most High Yahweh. Yahweh chose you alone to minister before Him in this place. You will sit [dwell] here continually, and will not depart from this place all the days of your life. You will not take a wife, you will not shave your head, and you will not pour out blood in this place. You will not offer up wild beasts, nor feathered fowl. You will offer up bread and wine always. You will not build a building in this place. Behold, the malak of Yahweh will come down to you, and visit you continually. Shem embraced and kissed Melchisedek, blessed him, and he returned to his brethren.
So Shem buried Adam's bones in the center of the earth. And then Melchizedek (either Shem or the other man) remained there to mark the spot. Shem was still alive when Abraham died. Adding up the dates in Genesis, Abraham was born around 290 years after the Flood, we are not told exactly. Noah died 350 years after "his" Flood. Abraham died about 465 years after the Flood, at 175 years old (Genesis 25:7). Shem died 502 years after the Flood (Genesis 11:10-11).
Genesis 14:18 Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was priest of Yahweh Most High. 19 He blessed him, and said: Blessed is Abram of Yahweh Most High, possessor of heaven and earth. 20 And blessed is Yahweh Most High, who delivered your enemies into your hand. And he [Abraham] gave him [Yahweh's representative] a tenth of all.

Hebrews 7:1 For this Melchizedek, king of Salem, priest of Yahweh Most High, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings and blessed him, 2 to whom also Abraham divided a tenth part of all (being first, by interpretation, King of righteousness, and then also King of Salem, which is King of peace;

Jasher 16:11 And Adonizedek king of Yahrusalem [Jerusalem], the same was Shem, went out with his men to meet Abram and his people, with bread and wine, and they remained together in the valley of Melech. 12 And Adonizedek blessed Abram, and Abram gave him a tenth from all that he had brought from the spoil of his enemies, for Adonizedek was a priest before Yahweh. Check: Jasher 88:55 And when Adonizedek king of Yahrusalem heard all that the children of Yisrayah [Israel] did to Yericho and to Ai, (also Joshua 10:1-3) [this is a later Adonizedek, after Melchizedek died]
Adoni means Lord
Melchi means King (or reign)
Tsedeq (Zedek) means Righteous(ness) (or justice)
Adoni-zedek means Lord of Righteousness (or Righteous Lord)
Melchi-zedek means King of Righteousness
salem (English) and shalom (Hebrew) mean peace
Yahrusalem, Yahrushalom mean Yahweh is peace

The statement that Adam's bones needed to be saved from the flood indicates that the flood destroyed the face of the earth, and his bones would not have survived. So where do you think Adam's bones are right now? Under the remains of Solomon's Temple? Stolen by the Knight's Templar?

An interesting possibility exists for the history of Yahrusalem. The Book of the Cave Of Treasures [look in my menu] says twelve kings made a town for Melchizedek, because he refused to leave. One of the kings would have been an Amorite, another a Hittite. The original town was named Jebus by the builders and inhabitants, because they had a jebus (device to thresh grain) on top of the hill which later hosted Solomon's Temple. The people who lived there were called Jebusites. Melchizedek named the town Salem. Eventually Salem became Yahru-salem. And when the Israelites later chose to remove Yahweh's name from everything, it became Jerusalem. Notice that Ezekial 16:3 shows that Yahrusalem was originally of the Canaanite, Amorite, and Hittite peoples. Then in verse 4-5 Yahweh says the city was unclean at its birth. In verse 6-7 Yahweh cleansed the city. In Exodus 34:11 Yahweh says He will drive out the Jebusites, Amorites, Hittites, and Canaanites. Apparently this was when the city was cleansed of the pagans.
1 Chronicles 11:4 David and all Yisrayah went to Yahrusalem (the same is Jebus). And the Jebusites, the inhabitants of the land, were there. 5 And the inhabitants of Jebus said to David: You will not come in here.

Ezekiel 16:3 This says the Father Yahweh unto Yahrusalem: Your birth and your nativity is of the land of the Canaanite; the Amorite was your father, and your mother was a Hittite. 4 And as for your nativity, in the day you were born your navel was not cut, neither were you washed in water to cleanse you. You were not salted at all, nor swaddled at all. 5 No eye pitied you, to do any of these things to you, to have compassion upon you. You were cast out in the open field, for that your person was abhorred, in the day that you were born.

Exodus 34:11 Observe what I command you this day. Behold! I drive out before you the Amorite, and the Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the Hivite, and the Jebusite.
In 1Chronicles 21:15 to 22:1, we find out it was Ornan the Jebusite who owned the land and the jebus where the temple was built. Now we call it the Temple Mount. He told David to tear down the jebus and use it for wood for the offering. The jebus would have been operated using the labor of oxen, and Ornan told David to offer them up as a sacrifice. He told David to offer up whatever wheat was there being ground up in the jebus. 1Chronicles 21:18 rear an altar to Yahweh in the threshing-floor of Ornan the Jebusite. 22:1 This is the house of Yahweh our Father.
2Chronicles 3:1 Then Solomon began to build the house of Yahweh at Yahrusalem on mount Moriyah, where Yahweh appeared to David his father, which he made ready in the place that David had appointed, in the threshing-floor of Ornan the Jebusite.

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