• Moses was a shepherd. They used rods to guide the sheep. Moses had it when he stood on Mt. Sinai. (Exodus 4:2-5) Then Jehovah said to him:
    • Thinker
      Yes, he did use it for all those things, but where did Moses get that staff?
    • Molden Molt
      Moses was not a shepherd, he was a witch. And his staff came from Adam.
  • Moses got his staff from a temp agency. Turned out to be a bunch of snakes, so he let them go.
  • fronn god
    • Thinker
      In a way yes, but need to be more exact. The answer is surprising
  • It was a nondescript shepherd's rod Moses happened to be carrying when he encountered the burning bush. The only thing that made it exceptional was the power of God.
  • OK I take it no one has read the Book of the Cave of Treasures. This book is a history of the time between Adam and Jesus Christ. If you look it up you will see it is an excepted history. The staff carried by Moses had been passed down from Adam through the 4000 years to Moses. Adam is supposed to have cut the staff from the tree of good and evil in the Garden of Eden. If you care to read this very interesting book crammed with history google it as it is readily available on line.
    • Linda Joy
      Are you calling yourself no one? I'm guessing more than just you read it. Lots of people turn to fiction when they are looking to justify perversions of scripture.
    • Thinker
      Linda, This and several other books are considered accurate Bible history based on legions handed down. If you take the time to read the research done by Biblical scholars you may find there is much truth to be learned. Are these books Biblical? Not exactly but they are mostly Biblical fact. There is a wealth of information about the Bible times that are not in the Bible. Why don't you take time to educate yourself some. You might start with the forgotten books of Eden. Two books that were considered for inclusion in the Bible.
    • Linda Joy
      Have you read the Book of Mormon or the Pearl of Great Price? Or the Doctrine and Covenants? If not, let me know when you do and we'll talk then.
    • Thinker
      No, I have not read the book of Mormon as I do not hold with their false teachings. I have never heard of the Perl of Great Price. I will have to look it up.
    • pugwashjw65
      The " pearl " of great price is the information of Jehovah's planned NEW Kingdom...that Jesus preached about...the time when all wickedness will have been done away with...starting with Satan and his demons...When this is realized, all a person's efforts towards it will be rewarded, even if they have spent all their resources in doing so, And this does not mean to dish out charity to those who will not change the ways that caused them poverty in the first place... e.g. smokers who continue to smoke.
    • Thinker
      This sounds like a JW book dealing with a false religion. No thank you.
    • Molden Molt
      That's a good explanation, except Adam didn't cut it from a tree, he made it from the serpent's hide. So many people can't understand that because they equate the serpent with the devil, which is not the case at all. Poor snake was just a snake.
  • Here you go...
  • They have a fine collection of staffs.
  • He won it shooting craps using the Urim and the Thummim. :P
  • It doesn't really matter where he got it from, but I'll answer below anyway. What I am more interested in is that he practiced witchcraft with it, strengthening it. The true question should be where is it now. I'd love to get my hands on it and incorporate it into some of my work/practices :) Where is the jawbone Cain used? Where's Gabriel's horn? Where's my $20 bill? ha ha ha...just kidding. In all seriousness, Adam, in his fury at the serpent, turned it into the staff that Moses carried. That's why it was easy for him to turn it into a snake stronger than two put together. He summoned ancient magick (please don't think Leviathan here). If you're not a root worker or witch, this is probably awkward and hard for you to grasp.
    • Cry me a River
      Queer answer.
    • Cry me a River
      Thinker, couldn,t have been, that tree was off limits to them, when God put a flaming sword to keep them away. Genesis 3:24. Never mind that was the tree of life..
    • Cry me a River
      Besides, why would God do miracles with a branch from that tree? Doesn,t make sense.. that is just poor speculation.
  • Even God did not ask where he got it. He asked Moses what it was in his hand. So, why do you and your book make such a fuss about it?
  • And if you think it is so important, why do you not tell the answer, instead of leading people on and on?
    • Thinker
      I did...above about 6th comment down.
    • Wakko
      BURN! xD
  • Local staff maker
  • I think he got it from that carpenter dude... what's his name.

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