Inter-Testament (Jewish Exile lands) Asia Minor (or Ionia) see also Jewish Ionia, New and Philips (1953) and Maier (1988). 

Inter-Testament (Jewish Exile lands) Asia Minor (or Ionia) see also Jewish Ionia, New and Philips (1953) and Maier (1988). 

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The study simply pointed out that what Balaam did in Numbers 22:41, Numbers 23:1-16, was consultation of gods at prophetic (Sophian) ancient mountain cults. They were called Philasaphim or occultic (i.e. secret) consultations of extraordinary wonder working powers, Hebrew “Niphilaosophiru”, Judges 6:13, Job 5:9, Psalm 75:1, i.e. the inexplicable or...

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... 2:6 "Phileso" or Phalasaphar; Isaiah 41:24, "consulting man made gods" (Hebrew "Aphialsaphir", Da- niel 4:9 & 18-carved images of magic, or saphilsaphim; Isaiah 8:19 (Necromancy). On the Map (Figure 2) Note: A-E, Very Important: a) Study the above map carefully, then go to Acts of the Apostles and compare this map to Apostle Paul's mis- sionary journeys. The above map clearly shows where Apostle Paul carried his mission works to: why Asia Minor and Ionia? ...

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