I shall now compare a report from our Bible with that from George Adamski. I do not here justify the authenticity of any of these reports. You must judge for yourself the information value.
1. Moses and Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel "went up."
Adamski "went up": "Our little craft glided toward the top of the mother ship, very much like an aircraft coming in to land on the deck of an aircraft carrier, page 43."
The "mother ship" was torpedo shaped: "The spectacle of that gigantic cigar-shaped carrier ship hanging there motionless in the stratosphere will never dim in my memory, page 43."
I had described in previous postings the nature of the disk-shaped craft exiting and entering the "mother ship." Here Adamski is reporting that he was on board a disk-shaped craft as it entered the gigantic cigar-shaped seraphic transport.
2. From Exodus: there was "under his feet, as it were, a pavement of sapphire stone."
Adamski said the interior of the flying objects, both disk and torpedo-shape, were made of crystalline substances: "I looked up into the translucent dome, page 41."
3. From Exodus: "as the very heavens for brightness."
Adamski described the interior of the objects as lit by a "heavenly light" of unknown origins:
"Within the craft there was not a single dark corner. I could not make out where the light was coming from. It seemed to permeate every cavity and corner with a soft pleasing glow. There is no way of describing that light exactly, page 39."
"A soft, mysterious blue-white light filled (the room), and yet I saw no lighting fixtures, and nowhere any inequality in brightness, page 47."
"As I looked around, I saw the familiar bluish-white diffused light, and the same kind of glassy translucent metal walls, page 89."
Lest anyone denigrate the holiness of these matters, each of you should reflect
on the source of the mysterious light which fills the seraphic craft and
references to divine light are found in the Papers. I have accented the phrase.
In Exodus the men "saw God." "They saw the God of Israel."
Adamski saw a "wise man."
"Now, as we sat around the table, all eyes turned to the older space man as
he began to speak. Although it was only later that his stature on all planets
was explained to me, it was impossible not to realize that I was in the presence
of a greatly evolved being, and the attitude of all present clearly indicated
that they, as well as I, felt very humble before him, page 63."
From this passage we know the Melchizedeks can easily make themselves visible to
mortal beings. We also know Machiventa Melchizedek was appointed vicegerent
Planetary Prince of Urantia, representing Christ Michael. Therefore, it seems
safe to deduce that the ancient people of Israel regarded him as the "God of
Israel." It was their custom to regard celestial personalities as "gods." This
fact is evident from many Old Testament passages. Adamski felt very humble
before this celestial personality. Therefore, I conclude that the visits on
board the seraphic transports were with Melchizedek. Adamski knew him as Abraham
In Exodus Moses, Aaron, Nadab, Abihu and the elders of Israel ate and drank
with their celestial host.
Adamski ate and drank with his celestial visitors.
"A banquet is in preparation . . ." I saw that the large table on one side of
the room had been set for service . . . After all were seated, the master rose
and for several moments the room was filled with reverent stillness ..., pages
may be one thing for the men of Israel to visit with this "God" in conversation;
it is quite another to banquet with him. Similarly for Adamski. Can you imagine
the extent to which our celestial visitors worked to prepare for these celestial
banquets? Can you see how important Adamski was to provide this explanation of
that very old account, and to elevate our vision to the activities of the
heavenly realms? As far as I am aware it was Adamski, and only Adamski, who
provided an explanation of that Biblical passage.
This passage in Exodus created great theological controversy. Read the commentators. Matthew Henry, a century and a half ago, recognizing that the Bible says we cannot see the face of God and live, made the literally asinine remark that they saw "his hinder parts."