The Book of Esther

Chapter 4

"Mordecai  Discovery of Haman's Plot. [1 - 3]"
"Esther's Intercession of Mordecai.  [4 - 17]"

This Bible Study is written by Roger Christopherson, and it's transcription/ location
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As we study this fourth chapter and remember the first acrostic, it is important to remember this is talking about Gentile councils that God will over-rule for the sake of His People.  This should be a message to you and I that what is happening here will be similar to what we can expect to see in our life-time in these end times.  In recent times the Jewish population has been under attack for extermination, similar to what is talked about here.  In the efforts by Russia in the twenties, and Germany in the forties, many of these people lost their lives.  I do not intend to make light of these events, However, in this story, that is exactly what was purposed in this story line plot by Haman was.   

This lesson was suppose to have taken place under the old Medo-Persian Empire, yet by the time Cyrus walked into Babylon and took it, the house of Judah was under no oppression.  Cyrus freed the bondage of the house of Judah , and allowed them to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the house of the Lord.  However, we know that within this story of Esther is a lesson given to us in these end times, for as it was in old Babylon , it shall be in these end times, only far worse.  God left his warning signs all over this little book, letting us know that we must pay attention to the things that went on in old Babylon , for the new Babylon that we are entering in these latter days will be in the same manner of that old city.      

The global world government that every nation of the world has become part of today is full of plots and deception.  Nations are setting up their councils to force the entire population of this earth to conform to it's wishes.  With all the demonic activity that was allowed in the plots in Germany and Russia to take place, we witnessed that it took so many lives.  God is still reflecting that He would not over-rule those Gentile councils that plotted their activity and carried out the plan.  Many of us today, lived in those times and witnessed those event take place from afar.  However, this story from the book of Esther was written as a warning to the people living in this final generation.  The story of Esther brings together some of those methods of operation of the Kenites, that they have followed down through the ages.  It also lets us know how the Kenites function to get their way amongst the true Israelite population.   

The first step that these Kenites use is to bring pity and loosen the hearts of Christians.  They focus on the poor under privileged, which these Jews will be portrayed as.  This has gone well for them because of the big heart and compassion the people of the Christian nations have when there appears to be a true need.  The affliction that will be shown will be down on Mordecai.  As we study on the life of Esther and Mordecai, it appears that the activity of Mordecai is all directed politically in nature, while Esther gives us the religious attitude of the time.   

Esther 4:1   "When Mordecai perceived all that was done, Mordecai rent his clothes, and put on sackcloth with ashes, and went out into the midst of the city, and cried with a loud and a bitter cry;"

This is how this entire book was written, as a presumption of what is going to take place.  It had not occurred yet, nor in the past year, but was assumed to happen any day.  Mordecai's plan to defuse the action that was directly aimed at him and the Jewís, was to draw the pity of the people of Medo-Persia, to end this judgment that the existing government of Haman had placed on the Jews.  Do we see any faith in this story toward the Almighty Father?  No! for Jeremiah told the House of Israel that they would go into captivity for seventy years and they would come out of their captivity as free people.  On the night of the end of that seventieth year, Belshazzar, the grandson of Nebuchadnezzar and the princes of the kingdom were having their massive drunken party when God's hand wrote those words on the wall in Babylon .  "Me'-Ne, Me'-ne, Te'-Kel, U-Phar'sin"; which means; "God hath numbered thy kingdom, and finished it." "Thou art weighed in the balance, and art found wanting."  Thy kingdom is divided and given to the Medes and Persians."

Daniel was still alive and advising in Shushan, and he was the one that was called in to interpret the hand writing on the wall.  The seventy years was over that night, and so was the captivity of the House of Judah that hour.  Cyrus was a general in the Medes army and he and his troops were walking into Babylon as this was happening.  The Jews were set free that evening, and Cyrus become the king over the new world empire of Medo-Persia.     

In our studies here weíre trying to determine how this story of Esther can be applied to our time, in these end times of this earth age.  Babylon was the model of the city state that the world would be in at the end times.  So within this story is a mixture of fact with fiction.  The people's names in this story should alert us to what kind of people to watch out for.  The dates, places, customs and conclusions also should warn us as to the methods these Kenites will use in moving massive numbers of people into their line of thinking. 

In this story of Esther, the assumption was to make Mordecai appear to be in great physical and emotional pain.  Everything that Mordecai could do to draw attention to his cause, was done by him.  When the Kenites of today want to eliminate some spiritual practice of the Christians, that is exactly what is done, to draw attention to the discomfort of these Kenites having to see the Ten Commandments, or hear that Sodomy or any other act that goes against God's Word is sin.  Remember we are talking about Kenites here, not brother Judah.  One is the offspring of Satan, Cain and the "house of Rechab"; and not of Abraham, Jacob and Judah.  The problem today is that most Christians simply can't tell the difference.       

Esther 4:2   "And came even before the king's gate: for none might enter into the king's gate clothed with sackcloth."  

Mordecai sitting at the king's gate in sackcloth and ashes, is much the same way as our Kenite news people present their cases in the press today.  They mix truth with lies, and bring half truths out and present them as absolutes.  This just doesn't bother them.  They think nothing of showing a picture of one activity, and directly inject it into another story elsewhere that best fits their needs.  Why?  The only thing that matters to the writers of their stories is that what they are trying to stress, is believed by the reader.  This is the way that Satan used with Eve in twisting the truth of what God said, and making it acceptable in the confused mind of Eve.  It is also what Satan tried on our Lord Jesus Christ, in tempting and testing Jesus forty days in the wilderness before His ministry.

The King Darius was forced into casting Daniel into the lions den, because his word was law.  Yet as Mordecai was sitting in the king's gate in sackcloth and ashes which was also against the king's law.  The laws that applied in Daniel's case were carried out, where as the laws that existed in this story of Esther allowed the Kenite Mordecai to violate the law and do as he pleased. 

Daniel 6:16    "Then the king commanded, and they brought Daniel, and cast him into the den of lions.  Now the king spake and said unto Daniel.  "Thy God Whom thou servest continually, He will deliver thee."

Daniel was second in command in all of Babylon , we are lead to believe that such a king that would allow this to happen to Daniel, but turn his head to what Mordecai was doing at his own judgment gate.

When we see the Kenite lies and half truths that were told about Jesus at his trial, it should make it much easier to understand exactly how these Kenites will twist the truth in our day.  Their purpose is to make people conform to the direction of the four hidden dynasties in these latter days.  Each thread of instruction from God's Word that bound the strength of our nation is being dismantled and taken apart.  Lies and half truth are substituted in itís place.  One crooked Judge will make a decision, and many other Kenites on the bench will go along with him.  The Constitution of our land is being dismantled, and replaced under the guise of human rights, and freedom of choice.  Even to the point of killing our unborn, and bring the wrath of God down on us just as God did in Sodom . 

Many times when something is presented in our land by them is rejected; these Kenites will go to other heathen nations and bring in their ways.  Then through their world political body of the United Nation or some other International Agreement, that Satanic and heathen life style is forced on our people.  Christians sit back and say nothing they allow evil to be brought on them selves.  The reason I am bringing this up here is that it is part of Satan's "method of operation", and it is the exact way that our world today will fall completely under Satan's will.  Before long most Christians will accept Satan as their god, when Michael and his army kick Satan and his army of fallen angels out on to the earth. [Revelation 12:7-9]

This fourth Chapter presented these people as poor persecuted people, trying to save their lives, and seek some form of freedom from the oppressors.  It is presented that these Jews are going to be exterminated from off the face of the earth, but as we study the book of Daniel, this was never part of what God told Jeremiah in prophecy.  They were told to go into Babylon , plant their vineyards, live their lives for seventy years, and then be set free.  God later judged Babylon harshly for any mistreatment that was caused to the House of Judah.  We are asked to make a choice between Daniel and Jeremiah's prophecy, or believe this story.  This story has a purpose, and that is to be a warning to us today, telling us how the political, the spiritual and religious forces will rule in these latter days.

Esther 4:3   "And in every province, whithersoever the king's commandment and his decree came, there was great mourning among the Jews, and fasting, and weeping, and wailing; and many lay in sackcloth and ashes."

Was there great mourning and pity for the Jews, and fasting and weeping in all the provinces of the Medo-Persian Empire.  Not during the time that Babylon ruled the world, nor in the days of Cyrus.  In fact Cyrus sought to please our heavenly Father and he told the Jews to go back to Jerusalem and build your Temple and worship your God.  So there has been a great stretching of the truth in presenting of this thing in a manner that would cause you to pity these Kenites for what you assumed to be the truth.  

When King Darius ruled he backed his law, and Daniel went into the lions den.  Daniel 6:17 "And a stone was brought, and laid upon the mouth of the den; and the king sealed it with his own signet, and with the signet of his lords; that the purpose might not be changed concerning Daniel."  Daniel faced the lions, and God sent an angel to close the lion's mouths.  Daniel knew where his protection came from, and he told the king.   

Daniel 6:22    "My God hath sent His angel, and hath shut the lions' mouths, that they have not hurt me: forasmuch as before Him innocency was found in me; and also before thee, O king, have I done no hurt."  

When Daniel was in trouble, God interceded on behalf of his servant Daniel.  Though the king and the councils of the government ruled against Daniel, just as in this reversal of YHVH in the book of Esther, Jehovah is seen in the acrostic over-ruling the Gentile councils for the sake of the protection of His servant.   

There is something missing from this verse in Esther calling for fasting, weeping and wailing.  Did you notice those missing things?  The reason for the fast in the first place is to put your full attention to prayer and meditation.  Yet there is not one mention of prayer and mediation here.  When Daniel, Nehemiah, Ezra and the other prophets of God fasted, they went to their knees daily and sought the Lord's direction for their lives.  Prayer and conversation with God must have slipped these Kenite minds of Esther and Mordecai.   

When the Apostles failed to drive out a certain demon from and entity how did Jesus tell them the only way that a demon could be driven out?  It was the only kind of demon that could be driven out by prayer and fasting.  Be warned and on alert to this point, as we enter these latter days of this earth age.        

Esther 4:4   "So Esther's maids and her chamberlains came and told it her.  Then was the queen exceedingly grieved; and she sent raiment to clothe Mordecai, and to take away his sackcloth from him: but he received it not."

Of course the problems of Mordecai would reach the ears of Queen Esther, and she will take it upon herself to ease the pain of her uncle, and that of her people.  Notice that pity, pain and suffering must be brought upon someone before the case can be made for a change.  Did it really happen?  If it did, the historians forgot to write about it in Persian history.

Mordecai did not want Esther's or anyone's help and turned his back to the help that was offered.  There is a persecution complex that is very strong in the Kenites.  Even though help is offered and kindness is shown, it will not be accepted for the purpose of the sackcloth and the ashes is to draw attention to something that may or may not even exist.  Esther knew that the king's law required proper attire and respect at the king's gate, and she knew that Mordecai would be in trouble for his actions.      

Esther 4:5   "Then called Esther for Hatach, one of the king's chamberlains, whom he had appointed to attend upon her, and gave him a commandment to Mordecai, to know what it was, and why it was."

What better way to start a story then to call on this eunuch called Hatach, meaning mister "truly".  This must have happened because Mr. truly is on the job.  This is so real in the stories of our press today.  One paper will present a story as being factual and true, even though it is a total lie, and used for political reasons.  The next paper will go out and put the person the lie was told about on the spot, and make him defend himself against something that was created to tare down that personís character.  In the "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" this is one of the tools that is stated that they will use on those that go against their wishes.  And we can see it being used in this story.  A lot of things have been assumed of the Jews down through the years, all based on this story, and the things of this story were used to stress other similar points in Germany and Russia and else where. 

Are those stories true?  If it is true, then those acts of taking innocent lives are wrong and should be punished.  However if those stories are not true, then we can see how people would use these Satanic stories to gain a political position, or degrade and discredit certain people.      

Esther 4:6   "So Hatch went forth to Mordecai unto the street of the city, which was before the king's treasuries for the Jews, to destroy them."

Esther 4:7   "And Mordecai told him of all that had happened unto him, and of the sum of the money that Haman had promised to pay to the king's treasuries for the Jews, to destroy them."

When this Kenite scribe wrote this story, he had just bits and pieces of another story that was written in Daniel 6:3-11.  These Kenites saw how Daniel was preferred of all the other leaders, princes and presidents of the kingdom, and they sought to do damage to Daniel.  Sure the king created this law, and Daniel read and understood that law, but instead of doing what Mordecai did and sought the bleeding hearts of the public, he went to the Lord in prayer, and thanked God three times a day, and praised the Lord.  What ever the events that were going on around him, Daniel believed what God revealed to the Jeremiah, and he trust that God would keep His Word.   

Here Mordecai was hanging out in front of the treasury of the king, he knew that Haman offered money for each Jew, but he didn't know how much.  The difference in these two stories is that this Kenite scribe writing about Mordecai, wrote that the king told Haman that "I'll pay it for you."   These Kenite scribes tried to maintain some comparison between Daniel and Esther. 

Esther 4:8   "And he gave him a copy of the writing of the decree that was given at Shushan to destroy them, to shew it unto Esther, and to declare it unto her, and to charge her that she should go in unto the king, to make supplication unto him, and to make request before him for her People."

For this stories sake, it becomes important to note that when a decree is given at Shushan or what ever capital city is being used in these latter days:  An effort will be made to keep things in writing.  When it is in writing, keep it vague, state the charges, and make some religious overtone that would cloud the issue.  Then Esther or that religious group of followers can pick up their signs and join in on that battle to make a wrong, right. 

Is this part of history from the chronicles of Shushan, or the writings of any historian, out side of what we are reading here?  Of course not, yet it is important to us living in these end time, for God is warning us to wake up to this method Satan's kids will use in these latter days.  Daniel was here at this moment in time, yet not one word of Mordecai and his troubles were written by him.   

We note in Daniel 6 that where this group of Kenites approached the king with a set of laws that he forced him into signing, they knew ahead of time that they would catch Daniel on his knees in prayer three times a day.  The law was made to force God and his Word and worship out of the kingdom, and the true man of God would never allow such a law to hinder prayer and praise life.  When these Kenites forced the King Darius to back up the law, which King Ahasuerus would never do, the king put the same judgment right back on their own heads.  The truth of the whole problem is that it never did exist in the first place.  

Daniel 6:24    "Then the king commanded, and they brought those men which had accused Daniel, and they cast them into the den of lions, them, their children, and their wives: and the lions had the mastery of them, and brake all their bones in pieces or ever they came at the bottom of the den."  

Sure King Darius shot his mouth off in his state of pride, and it cost Daniel a great deal of discomfort.  However the law of the land had to be applied, and as such Daniel had to go into the lion's den.  However, when the ordeal was over, the king set the record straight, and brought the same wickedness planned against God's servant done on not only the heads of those plotters of wickedness, but their entire families also. 

Notice here that once Esther has made her plea with Mordecai, Mordecai turns the tables right back on her, and tells her to make a stand there in her house in Shushan.   

Esther 4:9      "And Hatach came and told Esther the words of Mordecai."

Esther 4:10    "And again Esther spake unto Hatch, and gave him commandment unto Mordecai;"

In this story, Haman was out to kill all the Jews, and he was willing to pay ten thousand talents of silver and part of all the Jews businesses into the king's treasuries for each Jew.  The king made the law that gave the ring or authority to Haman to do the job, and a year has passed and nothing has been done yet.  Mordecai is sitting at the gate of the kings treasuries in dust and sackcloth, and crying his eyes out that their going to kill me. 

When Esther tried to make Mordecai stop what he was doing, and calling attention to him self and to her.  Esther's message to him was as follows.   

Esther 4:11   "All the king's servants, and the people of the king's provinces, do know, that whosoever whether man or woman, shall come unto the king into the inner court, who is not called, there is one law of his to put him to death, except such to whom the king shall hold out the golden sceptre, that he may live: but I have not been called to come in unto the king these thirty days."

Mordecai wanted Esther to go before the king and reverse his decision to allow Haman to kill off all the Jews.  That was impossible in the Babylon of the book of Daniel, for if the king said it, it was law.  However, if Esther did go before the king, without being called, by law if the king did not lift his golden scepter in your direction, you were put to death.  Over a year has passed from her beautify contest that made her queen, and a month since she even sat the king.  This King Ahasuerus must have grown tired of Esther, and her 120 year old age crept up on her.  In any case, Esther knew that what Mordecai wanted of her could claim her life.  After all, think of what happened to Vashti when she refused to parade herself as a party girl in front of all those drunken old men.

One thing for sure, politics in this story of King Ahasuerus and Esther is very much like it is today, and it is getting far worse.  Politics is made of lies and half truths; no body keeps their word, nor follows through with their promises.  Haman was promoted to highest in the kingdom, promising to kill all the Jews, yet when the ring or office is given him, he doesn't keep his word.  Whether it is gallows made to present a problem, of space ships that don't fly, or guns that don't fire, politics is all the same.  You make a promise to get a favor and the support to have things your way, they where you have the authority like politicians today they just forget their promises and move in another direction. 

You vote yes when emotions favor your positions and then no on the same issue when it is required of you by your handlers.  This is the Kenite way, it is the way that is spelled out in the "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion", and it is also what our Word of God tells us that will happen in these latter days.  When you see the lies and distortions flowing from their political lips as it happens donít be surprised, expect it.  It will get worse very shortly when Satan and his army of fallen angels arrive here on earth. 

Revelation 12:7-9  "And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels," [7]  "And prevailed not, neither was their place found any more in heaven." [8]  "And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him." [9]

Jesus was revealing this passage to John and telling him to write.  The time of this writing was on the day of the Lord, after the seventh trump had sounded.  So this action took place looking back into our earth age of flesh man, when Satan was kicked out of heaven along with his fallen angels and demoniacs.  We are told that it happened during the sixth trumpet of events. 

If you ever wondered who Satan was, well this is revealing all his names.  Satan was called the Dragon in the heavens, he was the serpent when he deceived Eve in the garden, and through that sexual union, his child Cain was born.  By the way, the Kenites are the children or lineage that came from Cain, and that union.  The Devil and Satan are the names that he uses in this earth age to deceive people that will believe the flood of lies and distortions that flow from his lips.  Is he human?  Of course not, he is in that same incorruptible body that we will have in the Millennium, only Satan was created with all the beauty and wisdom far greater than Daniels.

Even most Christians living on earth at the time of Satan's arrival will believe that he is the true Christ.  That is the abomination of desolation that Jesus spoke of in Matthew 24:15, when he was speaking of Daniels prophecy of Daniel 9:27.  Why else would Christians stop taking the Communion of the Lord, in remembrance of Christ shed blood and body that was given for the sins of those that would receive it?  Even a child could tell you that they would think that it is Christ.  Satan will present himself as the Christ, and have the supernatural powers and the authority to do everything that he will do to deceive those that want to be deceived. 

This is what the story of Esther is all about.  It is presenting the world as it will be in the final generation.  Esther represents the religious aspect, while Mordecai the Political aspect of government.      

Esther 4:12    "And they told to Mordecai Esther's words."

So imagine the church world in the latter days trying to clean up the corrupt political world, as it will, and cause it to function without embarrassing the good preachers, and those church houses [Beth-avens] that are out trying not to offend anyone.  So what do you think that Mordecai's response back to the church or reigning queen would be. 

Esther 4:13   "Then Mordecai commanded to answer Esther, "Think not with thyself that thou shalt escape in the king's house, more than all the Jews.."

Mordecai is telling this queen to stop thinking of herself and think of your people.  Mordecai is placing all the destiny of the people on this mortal Esther. 

Esther 4:14     "For if thou altogether holdest thy peace at this time, then shall there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place; but thou and thy father's house shall be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this?"

This was a warning from Mordecai to Esther, the girl he raised.  It is telling her that "if you hold your peace, and you don't speak out now for your people, in a sense, I will see to it that deliverance will come from another place, and your family will be destroyed.  The writer forgot that Mordecai was Esther's step-father, and the one that raised her in his own home, as her uncle.

Then there is a little confusion in the last sentence here, when Mordecai says, "who knows but you were saved for his hour to deliver your people."  This poor man sitting in dust and ashes, cleared his mind and eyes long enough to place the destiny of all the Jews on her shoulders.  They mad this fair maiden Esther look a little bit like Joseph down in Egypt saving the children of Israel . 

There is a big difference between Esther and Daniel, for Daniel did not change one thing due to a threat, he kept the faith, continued his prayers three times a day, and then willingly went to the lion's den.  Daniel was tested, without a threat, in fact what ever threats that did come, never entered his mind.  God was the one that protected Daniel, and Daniel knew that what ever happened was in the will of God.  Who delivered Daniel?  God delivered Daniel.

My friend, if you are a servant of the Living God, and you do have a destiny, born for a certain hour; then Mark 13:9 - 11 places that time in our generation.  In that hour that the Elect will be delivered up, our Lord tells us: "But take heed to yourselves: for they shall deliver you up to councils; and in the synagogues ye shall be beaten: and ye shall be brought before rulers and kings for My sake, For a testimony against them." [11]

Is it sinking in, we are in that generation that these councils will want your answers, and why you are singling out these Kenites when the rest of the world loves them.  Jesus is telling you that He expects you to be a testimony against them, against the Kenites and their synagogues, and you think they are God's people. 

Mark 13:10 , 11   "And the gospel must first be published among all nations." [10]  "But when they shall lead you, and deliver you up, take no thought beforehand what ye shall speak, neither do ye premeditate: but whatsoever shall be given you in that hour, that speak ye: for it is not ye that speak, but the Holy Ghost [Spirit].

It took a threat from Mordecai to get Esther to say and do something in the protection of her people, yet in Daniel's case, he never gave one thought of what he would say to the king, or of the lions in the den with him.  He just praised the Lord, and relied on the Lord to do what was necessary to bring him through.  When these councils that are set up in politics and religious orders to bring all sorts of heathen and perverts into God's house to feel comfortable, they are not going to welcome you telling them that God hates sodomites, nor that killing your unborn babies is out and out murder.  You are just not going to be welcomed in their church house. 

God is making it easy for us, for He is just telling you to not even think of what you will say in that event, nor fight anything that come against you, just let them lead you into their synagogues, and allow the Holy Spirit to give you the words that you are to say at the moment you are to speak them.  Is that hard to understand?  I don't think so!  The hard part is to have the faith and trust in our Heavenly Father and our Lord Jesus Christ to keep His word, and protect you.  Is that hard for you to trust in God's Word when he has fulfilled all his promises throughout all history?

Esther 4:15    "Then Esther bade them return Mordecai this answer,"

Esther sees the threat and danger to her family, only she has no family, and for now even Mordecai is not claiming Esther if she will not respond to his wishes. 

Esther 4:16   "Go, gather together all the Jews that are present in Shushan, and fast ye for me, and neither eat nor drink three days, night or day: I also and my maidens will fast likewise; and so will I go in unto the king, which is not according to the law: and if I perish, I perish."

It took Esther three days and nights to think over whether she would help her people and family.  Notice that though she did not eat nor drink during that period of time, not one word of prayer is mentioned.  However, if she is a Kenite, and of the lineage of Satan, then who would she pray to, God or Satan.  She took a close look at the law, and considered all the odds of the king accepting her, and decided that the odds were on her side.  I'm sure that queen Vashti entered into her mind in that three day period, for this same king was willing to throw his wife to the drunken men of the day, for the sake of that drunken party.  It had been thirty three days since they had seen each other, and maybe the king was not so friendly to her after all.  The test is on, the gamble is set, and "if I perish, I perish".

Esther 4:17   "So Mordecai went his way, and did according to all that Esther had commanded him."

Mordecai's little act worked, he got Esther to do what he wanted her to do.  She would go in before the king and make a request for the Jews.  What did Esther ask Mordecai to do, if she would go in before the king?  She asked him to fast; [nothing was said about pray] but fast, meaning to stop eating.

So with this fourth chapter ending we come to the end of the first acrostic, with our Heavenly Father's Sacred Hebrew name, "YHVH" spelt backward.  The part of the Acrostic dealing with the English language was also spelt backward, in "LORD".  Where the acrostic is spelt forward, Jehovah is seen over-ruling the councils of the Gentiles for the accomplishment of His own people, reverse He will not.  We will now move into the area dealing with the second and third acrostics of the fifth chapter. 

In this chapter we saw the relationship between the church, Esther, and the political world governmental body represented by Haman, and the other political Jewish realm of Mordecai.  There is a definite conflict between the two, for at one period of time the ring or authority is on the side of Haman, and then it switches to the other side, when unseen forces are brought to bear on the King or governmental body authority that holds the "treasuries". 

This is so true today when we see how the Industrial sector, with the strength of the central banking systems around the world are bringing pressures to change the laws; and the borders by trade agreements.  The Kenites do this through financial matters by their control of the central banking systems, and the control of interest rates and the cash flow to limit their amounts.        

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