Plague 6] ...the hand of the LORD... a very grievous murrain,
Exod. 9:3 Behold, the hand of the LORD is upon thy cattle, (the peasant), which is in the field, upon the (military) horses,
(the soldiers), upon the asses, (the respected statesmen), upon (craftmen), the camels (who support the weight of Egyptian
civilization), upon the oxen, (the rich landowners), and upon the sheep, (the faithful Resurrectionist of the Egyptian Religion):
there shall be a very grievous murrain, (a calamity that befalls them).
Plague 7] ...handfuls of ashes of the furnace...
Exod. 9:8 And the LORD said unto Moses and unto Aaron, Take to you handfuls of ashes of the furnace (from the Altar of Holocaust,
modeled by the cubic replacement of the The Great Temple Pyramid of Ghiza), and let Moses sprinkle it toward the (accepted
and current theology of) heaven in the sight of Pharaoh, (Akhenaten or Amenhotep IV, 1379-1362 BC).
Exod. 9:9 And it shall become small dust (of doubt) in all the land of Egypt, and shall be a boil (swelling and) breaking
forth with (inflammatory) blains upon man, and upon (the Twelve Egptian Gods, part man, part) beast, throughout all the land
of Egypt, (the smoke from their Burnt Offerings will be seen as the ONLY remission of sin and hope for life after death).
Exod. 9:10 And, (with charcoal to write upon their hands), they took ashes of the furnace, (from the altar which they made
of the holocaust to come upon the first sons of Egypt), and stood before Pharaoh, (Akhenaten or Amenhotep IV, 1379-1362 BC);
and Moses sprinkled it up, (raising their open palms in the faces of the priests), toward the (accepted and current theology
of) heaven; and it became a boil (of doubt) breaking forth with (inflammatory) blains upon (the most ancient religious beliefs
of) man, and upon (the Twelve Egptian Gods, part man, part) beast,
[Plague 8] ...cause it to rain a very grievous hail...
Exod. 9:18 Behold, tomorrow about this time I will cause it to rain a very grievous hail, (a philosophic argument among
the people of Egypt and the ever larger following of Jews), such as hath not been in Egypt since the foundation (of the Great
Pyramid of Ghiza), thereof, even until now.
Exod. 9:22 And the LORD said unto Moses, Stretch forth thine hand toward heaven, that there may be hail (from my holy cube)
in all the land of Egypt, upon (the mind of) man, and upon (the work of the) beast (who burden), and upon (the Agricultural
Economy), every herb of the field, throughout the land of Egypt, (everywhere, a geometric cube of great religious controversy).
Exod. 9:23 And Moses stretched forth his rod toward heaven: and the LORD sent thunder (of argument) and hail (of cube shaped
geometry), and the fire (of religious baptism) ran along upon the ground (of all Egypt); and the LORD rained hail (of this
attack) upon the land of Egypt (and her, Oh, so sacred pyramid).
Exod. 9:24 So there was hail (of geometric argument), and fire (of controversy) mingled with the hail, very grievous (arguments
against the vast and long instituted public works of the royal house), such as there was none like it in all the land of Egypt
since it became a nation.
Exod. 9:25 And the hail (of the geometric argument) smote (the Economics of this massive industry, the building of the sacred
pyramid temples), throughout all the land of Egypt, all (the work crews) that was in the field (constructing the Public Works
of pyramids), both man (who in massive numbers labored), and beast (of the burden); and (for reduced demand) the hail smote
(the agricultural industry of the farms), every herb of the field (lay untended), and brake (down) every (institutional) tree
of the (sociological) field (of Egypt's economic organization).
Exod. 9:26 Only in the land of Goshen, where the children of Israel were, was there no (proselytizing) hail.
Exod. 9:31 And the flax and the barley, (the adults), was smitten: for the barley, (the women), was in the ear (to the current
events which ridiculed the both the Theocracy and its waste of man power directed at mummified life after death, no long so
clearly perceived), and the flax, (the head of the house), was bolled.
Exod. 9:32 But the wheat, (the growing children), and the rie (of the adolescent community), were not smitten: for they
were not grown up.
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(link to Exodus 10)