DWQA QuestionsCategory: Divine RealmIn the Biblical account of Exodus, the Jews, led by Moses, escaped the bondage of Egyptian Slavery by fleeing through a parted Red Sea, and survived of off “manna” while wandering the desert. Manna has been described as a real phenomenon, namely volcanic fallout in the form of an ingestible carbohydrate. Was the Red Sea parted by a divine intervention, and was manna a natural substance or a miraculous food source?
Nicola Staff asked 5 months ago

Both of these events were true miracles of divine intervention. The Red Sea was parted, as described by the Bible, and this was to provide an escape route for the Exodus and to preserve the lives of those fleeing the oppressors. They were further supported exactly as described for an extensive period through having food bestowed on a daily basis that was created for their benefit and brought forth again, and again, and again for them to keep going and not perish under quite harsh environmental conditions and the need to be in hiding that they perceived essential to survival. This was a further blessing that was made possible by the outreach for help and rescue they themselves mounted, and this was supported for this long period of time which was necessary to make the rescue fully successful and not one of a temporary nature.

Keep in mind that all you think of as matter is only energy. Energy can be shaped and repurposed, reworked from one configuration to another if one knows how. So the creation of organic material is simply a specific energetic configuration that holds within it the molecular attributes that make it compatible with the human physiology as a source of energy and nutrition. This is quite straightforward and can be done by human light beings, and a simple matter for the divine realm to do over, and over, and over if the need arises.