We know that Abraham, who was Yahweh's "messenger", used the guise of a shepherd "to cover" so as not to attract too much attention. He (Abraham) traveled across the Middle East, to places like the Temple Mount (Jerusalem), the cave of Machpela (Hebron) and others in search of some KNOWLEDGE of the ancients.Q: Who?
A: The searcher, the sepulcher, the one who carries the staff
in constant search for greener pastures.
A: Last clue for tonight: Look for the vibratory frequency light. Good Night.
We have previously seen how Alfalfa ties in with Rhineland, Wisconsin but we now see references to ‘undreamed of treasures’, ‘near tracks well worn’, ‘sepulcher’ and, ‘the one who carries a staff’’.Q: You previously talked about 'undreamed of treasure in alfalfa fields of Rhineland.' Is this a physical, spiritual or knowledge based treasure?
Now a sepulcher or sepulchre is a small room or monument, cut in rock or built of stone, in which a dead person is laid or buried. This ties us in nicely with Poussin’s painting of the ‘Shepherds of Arcadia’, which features a tomb with the bearded figure of the Shepherd king (Hercules?) pointing to the inscription on it, which may in turn link us back to “What does stein mean, is it "written in stone?".
Laura then followed up the statement about undreamed of treasure in the alfalfa fields of Rhineland in the session dated 26 July 1997:
A: It is all three.
Hence, what we are looking for, i.e., the Holy Grail, is not merely a physical thing for it also has spiritual and knowledge dimensions to it as well.
Finally we have a quote from Laura in the session dated 27 January, 2012:
Q: One thing I do want to understand, since it is involved in all of this, is the idea of the 'Shepherd.' All of the ancient legends and stories and myths lead, ultimately, to something about the 'shepherd,' or the 'Shepherd King.'
A: Shepherd is most likely to be struck by lightning, due to staff, and thus "enlightened," or "illumened!!"
I like the theory that Yahweh used the "shepherd" Abraham to search for ancient artifacts that remained in Egypt and Canaan after the war of the gods. Artifacts of the gods (the Ark of the Covenant and others) were kept in temples and pyramids of Egypt and in ancient megalithic structures (Makhpela Cave, Temple Mount, Baalbek, Palmyra and others).
Abraham several times visited Machpela (she is the tomb of the Patriarchs), since Yahweh pointed her out to him. Abraham received "the clothes of Adam" for some action in this cave!
In the cave of Machpela (Hebron), according to legend, Abraham buried his wife Sarah. He bought the land on which this cave is located. He settled nearby, and when he himself died, he was also buried in this cave.
Moreover, Abraham was not a farmer, but he had a herd of animals and moved in search of green pastures.