The Presidents Code – Vice President Martin Van Buren
Martin Van Buren served Andrew Jackson as Secretary of State during his first term as President. After Jackson and John Calhoun had their falling out, Jackson promoted Van Buren to the Vice Presidency which he obtained when Jackson defeated Henry Clay in the 1832 election. His name is displaying the life of Cain who was a murderer and builder of cities.
Martin traces back to the Roman name ‘Martinus’ which is a derivative of ‘Martis.’ Martis is the source of the name Mars. This word is also related to the Latin word ‘mas’ which means a male. In Roman mythology Mars was the god of war. Warfare began in the beginning with the first male Adam and his decision to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. This is seen in the war between the seeds and the punishment of the Most High that Adam would have to eat bread by the sweat of his brow (Genesis 3:15-19). Cain killing his brother was the first manifestation of this war between the seeds (1 John 3:12)
Van Buren means ‘of the city’ or ‘of neighbors.’ This too points to Cain, the first murderer or man of war who went and built a city (Genesis 4:8-17).
As mentioned previously, the parents of Cain, and in particular Eve, believed that Cain would be the Seed that overcomes the serpent but was sadly mistaken as Cain was in reality of the seed of the serpent. 1 John 3:12 says that Cain was ‘of the wicked one.’
This concept is further played out by looking at the Hebrew text of Genesis 4:1 which says that Eve conceived and bore Cain, and said, “I have gotten a man from the LORD.” Literally, in the Hebrew the phrase is “I have gotten a man Yahweh.” This is the birth of the god-man theology of the Mystery religions of which Israel was commanded not to adhere to as it was a perversion of the true Promised Seed, the Son of God Jesus Christ.
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