I see a compound word here consisting of two roots:
mlk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words
'king' [Genesis 14:1, etc.]. Other definitions include: gov-
ernor, chief, prince, a person with civil authority. Associated
tsdyq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words
'just' [Genesis 6:9, etc.]; 'righteous' [Genesis 7:1, etc.].
Associated spellings/words: tsaddiyq."
Basically, I see "righteous king" in that word. Example:
Mlkytzdk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word
'Melchizedek' [Genesis 14:18], [Psalm 110:4]. Other
definitions include: The King of Salem; the manifestation
of Divine Justice and Judgement. Associated spellings/
words: melekh-tzedek ['the king of justice'].
It' a popular words these days I can tell you. And in
some New Age circles. More than one author I've read
has used this term. Not always in the same way.
The first time I saw the word years ago was when in an
old used book store. There were these pamphlets that on
the cover said: "CHELAS OF MELCHESIDEK" LESSON
ONE, TWO, THREE, etc. They were signed [in print] at
the back: Your Guru, Doreal.
The dates for these books is written in pencil on the front
cover. The year was 1947! I don't have all the lessons, only
a half dozen pamphlets or so, but there were at least 34 of
them [I have lesson 34].
Oddly enough, I recognized a number of the te
teachings in those books. Some of them were familiar to
me from the teachings of Eckankar.
Another place where I saw the word was in the name of
an author called Drunvalo Melchizedek. He wrote some of
the books about: "The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life",
Vol. 1 & 2.
One has to consider the older Hebrew / Aramaic spelling
is changed through transliteration to English. Here is an
example: ts+d+q = Zadok. (2 Samuel 8:17, etc.) This word
appears in around 50 verses in the Old Testament. Whether
it was a "title", or a single "person" I am not prepared to say.
Here is more trivia:
tsdq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words
'righteous' [Genesis 38:26]; 'clear' [Genesis 44:16]; 'justify'
[Exodus 23:7]; 'righteousness' [Leviticus 19:15]; 'just' [Lev-
iticus 19:36]; 'justifying' [1 Kings 8:32]; 'cleansed' [Daniel 8:14];
'justice' [Proverbs 1:3]. Other definitions include: just, justified,
aquit. Associated spellings: tsadaq, tsedeq, sadaq; saddiq,
zaddik, zadok, sedeq, sedaqah."
I just downloaded a free software program that allows you
to search words in the Bible and where they appear. It gives
the Hebrew along with the Greek and English spellings.
Thought I had the link, but can't find it now. The program is
called: ISA 2 Basic. If interested you can do a search. It's a
Hope this helps.
Sent: Sun, 7 Sep 2008 11:05 pm
Subject: Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Dr. Stone: 7th Initiates Need
to Eliminate the Neg.
>Dr. Joshua David Stone (Ph.D in Transpersonal Psychology)
Hmmmmm so anybody can place "Dr." in front of their name and others are
What the muck a de muck muck is a Melchizedek, and does anyone really
"Melchizedek or Malki-tzédek (מַלְכִּי־צֶדֶק / מַלְכִּי־צָדֶק, Standard
Hebrew Malki-ẓédeq / Malki-ẓádeq, Tiberian Hebrew Malkî-ṣéḏeq /
Malkî-ṣāḏeq), sometimes written Malchizedek, Melchisedec, Melchisedech,
Melchisedek or Melkisedek, is a figure mentioned by various sects of
both Christian and Judaic traditions. He is commemorated as one of the
Holy Forefathers in the Calendar of Saints of the Armenian Apostolic
Church on July 30."
And Dr. Joshua David Stone web site says this: "Melchizedek is an
ancient Cosmic Being. Though he has lived on Earth, he was not born and
did not die. He serves with great love power and authority on the
cosmic level, not only Earth but our entire Universe. The Order of
Melchizedek includes all who elect to serve as guided by the divine =0
Poor lost souls following the quack doctor Stone and his ascension
masters.... They really should be following klempankar, it's a lot
easier to pronounce!