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The Cepher Bible Pdf

The Cepher Bible Pdf


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Bilol Nazarov

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Seventy five copies of the Cepher of the Prophet Chanok still remain in existence. Most are kept in Ethiopia. One is in the possession of a professor at the University of Colorado. A few are held in Europe. A complete copy is now on display in a small museum in the south of the Holy Land.
The Cepher of the Prophet Chanok was a golden-green enameled box in which were preserved, encased in a tin casing, two objects. One was a box of parchment containing the first few lines of the Cepher of the Prophet Chanok. The other was an ivory shaft with a silver cap. The story of the book begins here: The cap of the shaft is described as being of pure white gold - the purest of metals. The cap of the shaft was the center of the Cepher of the Prophet Chanok's popular worship. Clippings from the cap were made into papyrus scrolls (molds) which were then put into the box. This box was a talisman of sorts, designed to protect against evil spirits and to ward off physical dangers. Among the sinister threats the cap of the shaft was designed to ward off was a sudden death, a nightmare or a torture. To be touched by the cap would cause any of these things to happen. It was also said to increase a woman's fertility.
Once the box was in the hands of the ancient priests, a priest would first place his fingers in the cap of the shaft, then touch his eyes and finally his nose. He would then repeat the verses of the Cepher of the Prophet Chanok in the Hebrew language, pronouncing the Hebrew letters as he did so. After finishing this entire process, he would say the following words: 81555fee3f






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...and it can export them to a single-layer TIFF image, see answer by Sergio Martinez and Neil Hutton.
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