Mount Hermon ("Mountain of the Chief", coordinates: 33°24′58″N 35°51′27″E) is a mountain cluster constituting the southern end of the Anti-Lebanon mountain range. Its highest peak is 9230 feet and the highest point inside Israel's borders today is Mizpe Shelagim at 7295 feet. The southern slopes of Mount Hermon have been in Israeli control since the Six-Day War in 1967. This part of the mountain, as well as the Golan Heights, was unilaterally annexed by Israel in 1981. Its summit straddles the border between Syria and Lebanon and, at 2,814 m (9,232 ft) above sea level, is the highest point in Syria. On the top, in the United Nations buffer zone between Syria and Israeli-occupied territory, is the highest permanently manned UN position in the world, known as "Hermon Hotel". The southern slopes of Mount Hermon extend to the Israeli-occupied portion of the Golan Heights, where the Mount Hermon ski resort is located. Mount Hermon is also called the "snowy mountain," the "gray-haired mountain", and the "mountain of snow". It is also called "the eyes of the nation" in Israel because its elevation makes it Israel's primary strategic early warning system.
According to the synoptic gospels, Mount Hermon is the location of the transfiguration of Jesus, an event in which Jesus was transformed into a radiant, altered state and was seen to be conversing with Moses and the prophet Elijah. In the occult science of numerology, the number 33 represents the ultimate attainment of higher consciousness. Mount Hermon is located at the 33rd parallel north, which is a latitude 33 degrees north of the earth’s equator. Tracing the 33rd parallel to the exact opposite side of the globe directly points to the site of the most famous alleged UFO encounter in modern history, Roswell, New Mexico. On the 33rd parallel lines, there are artificially placed structures used to harvest, alter or direct the planetary current and electromagnetic forces to influence trigger events or alter the timelines which direct future time probabilities. Planetary gridworkers, help to deconstruct these artificial machines in order to help support the raising of higher consciousness in humanity and to help to provide more available energy to the inhabitants of the earth.
In the Book of Enoch, Mount Hermon is the place where the 200 of the Watchers class of fallen angels descended to Earth. They swear upon the mountain that they would take wives among the daughters of men and take mutual imprecation for their sin of interbreeding with earth women (Enoch 6). The mountain or summit is referred to as Saphon in Ugaritic texts, where the palace of Baal is located in a myth about Attar. The Book of Chronicles also mentions Mount Hermon as a place where Epher, Ishi, Eliel, Azrael, Jeremiah, Hodaviah and Jahdiel were the heads of their families. Canaan settled in the area of Mount Hermon and southward into the territory that was to become Abraham’s Promised Land. This is why the Promised Land was called Canaan in the days of Moses. The Lost Tribe of Dan moved to this area during the days of the Judges, and adopted the Canaanite worship of these fallen angels. Baal and Ashtaroth were Canaanite deities, whose origin was from the settlements in Mount Hermon. Mount Hermon, has three peaks, the tallest of which is 9,166 feet above the Mediterranean Sea, the mountain was venerated in connection with the worship of Baal entities. Baal worship was the leading religion of Canaan. On most of the high peaks of the country were shrines known as high places, the higher the holier. Here groves were planted and shrines were erected for worship. Since Mount Hermon towered above all the other mountains in the region, it was the chief high place, the shrine of shrines. Canaanites looked to Mount Hermon very similarly as the Muslims face Mecca when they pray.
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