Melchizedek Actually Shem?

by Patrick
(Western Oklahoma, United States )

I have been told that the King of Salem (Melchizedek) was Shem, son of Noah. Is this correct? If so, can someone show me where to find this information?

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Dec 19, 2010
Melchizedek Acutally Shem?
by: Stanley7

Verily, verily I, Stanley7 say to you, Patrick, West Oklahoma, United States that Noah's 3rd son, Shem's fifth son, Aram's son, Mallah, who bore a son, Melchizedek. Please be noted that when Noah was 500 (1556th Lord Year), it was Noah's first son, Japheth. When Noah was 501 (1557th Lord Year), it was Noah' second son, Ham. When Noah was 502 (1558th Lord Year), it was Noah's third son, Shem. All 3 sons were born in Skupparak (Fara), Babylonia, Mesopotamia. I already sent all dates to Shep Campbell for all everybody everywhere in the past. Thank you. Bye. Stanley7

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