Space Vehicles ,Exodus

You may not know this, but it was the Angels of YAHWEH, in spaceships, that delivered the Israelites from out of slavery to the Egyptians.

Their spacecraft was called a "pillar of fire by night and a pillar of a cloud by day" in Exodus 13:23-24 and the verse said that YAHWEH or "the LORD" (usually His Angel that represents Him) were inside the craft.

It stated: "The LORD went before them by day [IN A] pillar of a cloud."

This proves that someone was INSIDE the cloud!

You may wonder how to know that this was not a regular rain cloud?

First of all, it is impossible for this to be a rain cloud became the Israelites followed this craft for 40 years while wandering in the wilderness. No rain cloud lasts for 40 years. And if you pay close attention to the relationship of the craft with the Israelites as they journeyed, you'll see that it's impossible for the cloud to be a rain cloud.

In the book of Numbers, the 15th chapter, verses 15-23 the Israelites followed the object and whenever it abode, tarried, covered, was upon, was above (all these words meant that it hovered over) the tabernacle, the nation of Israel pitched their tents or set up camp. And, whenever the object was taken up, moved on or flew onward, they followed it. And this was the case for the entire 40 years.

Also, we can see in scriptures the object landing, the Angel getting out (obviously human), correcting situations amongst the Israelites, getting back in the craft or cloud and continuing to guide the people to the promise land. This is seen in Numbers 12:1-10.

Also, the Blackness of the Israelites is implied in verse 10 of Numbers chapter 12 when Miriam was turned White.

Another verse of the object landing was seen in Numbers 10:11-12 when the craft would land or rest in the wilderness of Paran as if to give its batteries a chance to recharge.

After reading this, I became convinced that this cloud was not a rain cloud, but rather was a glowing craft that appeared white in the day, up in the area where clouds would be, and it would appear to glow brighter and brighter, the more night set in, until it was very luminous or fiery in the darkest moments of the night.