Was Michael split off Christ? Can the mystery be decoded?

1 Kings 16:21 “At that time the people of Israel were split in half: half the people followed Tibni son of Ginath, to make him king, and half followed Omri.”

Genesis 15:10 “So he brought all these to Him, split them down the middle, and laid the pieces opposite each other, but he did not cut up the birds.”

Psalm 78:13 “He split the sea and brought them across; the water stood firm like a wall.”

Christ crosses them over to salvation, and Michael (the split water) stands firm – stands up for Christ and Yahweh’s people.

Daniel 10:21 “No one has the courage to support me against them except Michael, your prince. However, I will tell you what is recorded in the book of truth.”

Michael has the courage of a lion. His courage stems from his position to Yahweh before he became the Christ. Only Michael can be fully trusted by Yahweh to vindicate Her name and lead the holy angelic forces in destruction of Satan’s children. Christ cannot be seated at the throne and act as a warrior unless he s split to function in both positions.

Daniel 12:1 “At that time Michael the great prince who stands watch over your people will rise up. There will be a time of distress such as never has occurred since nations came into being until that time. But at that time all your people who are found written in the book will escape.”

Genesis 15:10 “So he brought all these to Him, split them down the middle,”

Exodus 14:21 “Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea. The LORD drove the sea [back] with a powerful east wind all that night and turned the sea into dry land. So the waters were divided,”

Christ gives the drink of life, and Michael gives the drink of death. Both have cups that are filled with drink that is opposite of one another. Divided to perform two important tasks. Christ is the Savior, and Michael is his warrior half who lead the battle in cleansing Heaven, just as Yahweh is the Father and a warrior, and also is Israel (Yahweh’s female side) Israel the Mother.

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