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From p15 of the study, under Law of Angels
The battle with Amalek was only won by Israel (western nations, today) while Moses' arms and rod were upheld. Also, Moses said: The Lord has sworn that the Lord will have war with Amalek from generation to generation.
Moses was also told to write this event down because, as He said, I will utterly put out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven.
So this seems to mean:
1) The people will war with Amalek throughout the ages;
2) Only upholding Moses will save the people; and
3) The whole world (under heaven) would keep forgetting about this ageless, recurring battle between Israel and this innate adversary. Amalek would not be remembered, yet the Lord swore He would continue to war with Amalek from generation to generation (seemingly, between each age, in national regeneration).
This lesson was so important it was given even before the tablets of Moses and it had to be recorded first. No doubt this was so the people would later be able to win certain, future battles (by knowing to sustain Moses) against their adversary, each time a new generation of Israelites (while beginning to "put down" Moses’ law) recognizes the new face of Amalek.
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From p69 of the study, in the section, Saul
The age of Saul is the age of the impulsive desires of the people. The carnal desire of the people is "king" in this time.
Many matters unique in the first age to the time of Saul also compare uniquely to the general nature of society in the third age. For one, under Saul, it was illegal to raise the dead in a séance. Similarly, in the third age, it is not accepted (prohibited by religious leaders) for people to bring the characters of ancient Scripture back to life in social affairs (recognize the same characters of force in the world - the figurative similitude of raising the dead), and even though Jesus commanded it of His disciples. Recognizing the relationships between the ancients and the comparable, modern forces of being in the present is one of the most powerful fundamentals in returning Christian doctrine to competent and timely Scriptural validity. But it cannot be done under Saul.
Saul also polluted the nation with the beasts (industries) of Amalek, and even against the express commandment of God not to do so. This is why the lowing and bleating of all the political and social chaos prevails in the land again today, just as back then. It also calls for the same condemnation by prophet of the rule of Saul.
The age of Saul is the third age, from 1607 to 1997 (as per Ezekiel).
Saul represents free world leadership in this period, which came into U.S. hands.
This major mistake by Saul seems to have been since WWII, ever since which leadership in the land has been 'tainted' with the presence of "Amalekite struggles."
One of the sons of Esau (Jacob's brother) would have a son called Amalek.
This seems to be the origin of the present incarnation of Amalek in the West, as Esau has long been the figurative father of the Pharisees and Orthodox Judaism.
The root term for Amalekite means "wearisome toil." It is the means of defeating the people by wearing them out. And they have no defense against it until and unless they "uphold" Moses - because that is the only way they can recognize the reasons for it and the solutions of ancient intent.
Saul also preserved even the king of the Amalekites, Agag, whom God commanded to be slain.
The prophet would confront Saul about his disobedience to God, amid the "lowing and bleating" of the people in their struggle with the political chaos this tainting would cause. And he would subsequently slay Agag.