I didn't answer your question. So here goes,
I have read many things about the one called Melchizedek. Depending on which source,
he either manifested magically in the flesh, (forerunner of the Jesus story) or he was birthed by human parents, but he had a higher knowledge, which was specific to him and so on.
But regardless of which legend one believes, what is very clear is the fact that Melchizedek, was the first man of note to proclaim the One Creator, although you would not know it from the biblical accounts,
As you are aware he referred to them (gods??) as the Elohim, indeed the only reference to Melchizedek is that he inspired Abraham and that Abraham paid him a tenth of spoils after the slaughter of the kings! But therein the lies the mis-truth of that particular legend. Indeed the original story has been distorted in to a fairy tale if the story within of the book of Genesis is to be considered or properly taken into account. (But more about Abraham and the systemic conspiracy/corruption another time).
I don't glorify Melchizedek as either bigger than, or smaller than!!
Rather I just acknowledge the truth behind the references to him and on studying the issues,
I can say that the idea of the Creator first emanated from that concept regardless of who Melchizedek actually was in the great scheme of things!
Hail the Creator and First Source (the essence of which resides within us all)
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