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Default Origin of the Name Yahweh

Yahweh, the Fraud of Israel



The Midian-Egyptian connection to the origin of Yahweh

Yah

Moon-god.

"In its earliest attestations the name Yah refers to the moon as satellite of the earth. Yah then becomes conceptualised as a lunar deity, iconographically anthropomorphic but whose manifestations, from the hieroglyphic evidence, can include the crescent of the new moon, the ibis and the falcon- comparable to the other moon deities, Thoth and Khonsu. It is probable that contact with Middle Eastern states in Palestine, Syria and Babylonia was instrumental in the development of Yah as a deity. Certainly the zenith of Yah's popularity lay in the period following the Middle Kingdom when immigration from the Levant was high and princes from Palestine, knoiwn as the Hyksos, rulers, dominated Egypt. These foreigners may well have looked for a lunardeity analogous to the Akkadian moon-god Sin who had an important temple at Harran in north Syria. Strangely, it is with the Theban royal family eventually responsible for the expulsion of these alien rulers that there is a difinite inclination for names involving the mood-god Yah. The daughter of Seqenenre Tao I (Dynasty XVII) is Yah-hotep ('Yah is content'). The founder of Dynasty XVIII was called Yahmose ('Yah is born') and the same element is in the nameo f his wife Yahmose-Nefertari. Most likely the Middle Eastern deity who gave the stimulus to the adoption of Yah is the influence behind the name Kamose, the brother of Yahmose, who began the final thrust against the Hyksos domination. Kamose ('the bull is born') might be the Egyptian equivalent of the epithet applied to Sin describing him as a 'young bull... with strong horns' (i.e. the tips of the crescent moon). This imagery would be totally compatible with the Egyptian concept of the pharaoh as an invinvible bull. In the tomb of Tuthmosis III (Dynasty XVII), the pharaoh whose campaigns took him to the banks of the Euphrates river, there is a scene where the king is accompanied by his mother and three queens, including Sit-Yah 'daughter of the moon-god'. Traces of his cult beyond this period are sporadic."

Yah, was the name of the god of the Midians into which Moses supposedly married by marrying the daughter of a Midian priest. Yah was also the name of the desert god worshipped by the Bedoins. It is likely this name is the same one Canaanites applied to Yamm as Yaw or Yawu. See below:

Yahti, was the name of the Egyptian Father god. Hebrew monotheism followed the trail blazed by Pharaoh Akenaton who overthrew all the Egyptian gods and goddesses substituting his Aten (only god) Ra (sun god) or Amen (hidden god) Ra as the only god there is. There is considerable evidence linking the story of Moses to Egyptians priests and "habiru" outcasts forced to flee Egypt when the Semitic (read Canaanite) Hyksos Pharaohs lost power then later when Akenaton and his monotheistic revolution went sour.

The Origin of Yahweh as Yamm, Canaanite god of the sea

Yamm, a.k.a. Lotan, Leviathan, Tiamat.

"Yamm, from the Canaanite word Yam, (Hebrew ??) meaning "Sea", is one name of the Ugaritic god of Rivers and Sea. Also titled Judge Nahar ("Judge River"), he is also one of the 'ilhm (Elohim) or sons of El, the name given to the Levantine pantheon. Others dispute the existence of the alternative names, claiming it is a mistranslation of a damaged tablet. Despite linguistic overlap, theologically this god is not a part of the later subregional monotheistic theology, but rather is part of a broader and archaic Levantine polytheism.

Yam is the deity of the primordial chaos and represents the power of the sea untamed and raging; he is seen as ruling storms and the disasters they wreak. The gods cast out Yam from the heavenly mountain Sappan (modern Jebel Aqra; "Sappan" is cognate to Tsephon (Tsion). The seven-headed dragon Lotan is associated closely with him and the serpent is frequently used to describe him.

Of all the gods, despite being the champion of El, Yam holds special hostility against Baal Hadad, son of Dagon. Yam is a deity of the sea and his palace is in the abyss associated with the depths, or Biblical tehwom, of the oceans. (This is not to be confused with the abode of Mot, the ruler of the netherworlds.) In Ugaritic texts, Yam's special enemy Hadad is also known as the "king of heaven" and the "first born son" of El, whom ancient Greeks identified with their god Kronos, just as Baal was identified with Zeus, Yam with Poseidon and Mot with Hades. Yam wished to become the Lord god in his place. In turns the two beings kill each other, yet Hadad is resurrected and Yam also returns. Some authors have suggested that these tales reflect the experience of seasonal cycles in the Levant."--Wikipedia

El Elyon renames Yamm Yaw or Yawu:

"The pantheon of ancient Sumer was borrowed by Sumer's northern neighbors, the Semitic peoples of Mesopotamia. Generally, they substituted Semitic names for the Sumerian gods, but the structure of the pantheon, including the distinction between the Divine Progenitors and the Assembly of Gods was maintained in the Semitic religions--although each Semitic people typically substituted the name of their local chief god for that of the king among the gods of the Assembly. Among the Babylonians, the children of El, collectively known as the Elohim were subordinate to their Father El. They presided individually over the various stars and planets as well as over their individual earthly estates.

In Babylonian times, the Elohim were ruled by a son of El called Marduk, who could be seen in the heavens as the "wandering star" we call Jupiter today. Among the Canaanites, neighbors and political competitors of the Hebrews, he was called simply "Lord" or Ba'al, while his true name (Hadu or, in some dialects Hadad) was known only to his priests. Ba'al's chief rival for kingship among the gods was Yamm, meaning "Sea", who also sometimes took the guise of a storm-god. His personal name was Yaw or, in some texts, Yawu. For instance, in the Epic of Ba'al, El, speaking to Athirat (Asherah) about their son Yamm says, "The name of my son is Yaw, Oh Goddess. . ." The name of Yamm is intriguingly similar to the name of the Hebrew deity, Yahweh, the short form of which was Yah. The similarity of names is paralleled by a similarity of roles, since Ba'al was considered to be the chief rival of Yahweh by the Hebrews. Although this identification not a certain one, the two are thought to have been the same deity by some scholars."

Yamm was the Canaanite god of the sea who also represented Chaos in the yearly nature saga that the Canaanite religion was based on, i.e., the death of crops at winter and their rebirth at spring represented by God or God's lieutenant being taken down into the Abyss or hell there to be rescued (Spring resurrection)by a Savior god or goddess, Baal and Anath for Canaanites, Marduk and Ishtar for Babylonians. This pagan mythology became incorporated in the Easter resurrection tradition of Jesus Christ. According to the Canaanite myths, Baal seized the throne of El with a surprise attack in the palace of El on Mount Sapan. Baal then claimed Asherah and Anath as his wives. Yamm formed an alliance with his father, El, and attempted to drive Baal from the throne. However, Baal defeated Yamm, who had taken the form of a sea dwelling dragon.

This archetypal myth finds what is believed to be its earliest fully intact version in Canaanite mythology. In the beginning, the people of Canaan taught, there was a rivalry between two great primordial deities, `Yamm' and `Baal'. Yamm, known also as `Prince Sea', was "identified with or accompanied by two fearsome sea monsters, Litan (the Biblical Leviathan) and Tunnan (the Biblical Tannin)". This sea-god Yamm was itself thought to be a sea-monster, being variously referred to as `the dragon', `the twisting serpent', and `the seven-headed monster'. Since this Canaanite sea-god may be an ancient symbol for the Primordial Soul, which would have functioned as a controlling `judge' over its partner the Spirit, it is worth noting that the other name commonly used for Yamm was `Judge River'. And Baal, in the role of the young storm-god, was variously called `Lord of the Storm', `Rider of the Clouds', and `Conqueror'. Again, at first this sea-god Yamm was master over Baal, holding power and control over him. But Baal ultimately overthrew Yamm:

The club danced in Baal's hands,

like a vulture from his fingers;

it struck Prince Sea on the skull,

Judge River between the eyes;

Sea stumbled;

he fell to the ground;

his joints shook;

his frame collapsed.

Baal captured and drank Sea

he finished Judge River.

Successfully defeating Sea, Baal gained absolute authority, securing an `eternal kingdom' for himself. But after this supreme victory, Baal was defeated by Mot, the god of death, and was forced to enter the underworld. Yamm became Yahweh and has continued the war with Baal his arch-enemy all through the Old Testament period. Baal, the original "Lord", is today still in the underworld..lurking..

Yamm becomes Yahweh

Yamm was the Canaanite god of the sea who also represented Chaos in the yearly nature saga that the Canaanite religion was based on, i.e., the death of crops at winter and their rebirth at spring represented by God or God's lieutenant being taken down into the Abyss or hell there to be rescued (Spring resurrection) by a Savior god or goddess (Baal and Anath for Canaanites, Marduk and Ishtar for Babylonians). This mythology became the Easter resurrection tradition of Jesus Christ.

When ancient Canaan collapsed in political power, Hebrews substituted their tribal god for EL's top position but Yahweh never ever had the wisdom or compassion of EL so Yahweh's reign has been as a fraud, a usurper god, a lower god posing as the highest God. The old Gnostic Jews and Gnostic Christians knew that Yahweh was a usurper lower god but somehow John hit the nail on the head by recognizing Yamm in Yahweh, that symbol most clearly showing in Revelation 13's the Beast from the Sea which is Yamm as he was symbolized as a seven-headed sea-monster in his form as Chaos. The head that has the mortal wound that doesn't die symbolizes the rebirth of Yamm as Yahweh.



The second beast symbolizes Moses who brought fire down from heaven, the frontlets bearing the name of Yahweh which are the Mark of the beast. John the Revelator believes Jewish religious authorities screwed everything up when they were exiled in Babylon and added Persian and other pagan notions to the spiritual Torah that the 5 books of Moses represented. That is why Babylon takes the hit in Revelation-it doesn't stand for Rome or America or Russia or whatever-it always stood for Babylon. Now, given these historical literary references pointing to truth that Yahweh was never God Most High and Jews fudged the historical record showing EL, not Yahweh as the true God the Father, are we surprised to find Gnostic Jews condemning the God of the Jews as an imposter, a usurper god? Did Yahweh pull a Lucifer act and become God Most High or has the Fraud of Israel been caught on tape?

Take a look at the Gospel of John chapter 8 where Jesus rips the Jews for worshipping the devil. Then take a look at Revelation's famous Beast from the Sea and see Yamm again in his seven-headed sea-monster form, like Leviathan or Babylon's Tiamat. John "knew" who Yahweh was long before historians came along on the scene to confirm the forged identity of Yahweh. John's gospel and Revelation continue the Gnostic spiritual revolt against the tribal god of the Jews but unlike the Thomasian type Gnostics, John's Gnosis hinges on belief that Jesus as man was God in the flesh. It makes sense to see John's Gospel as a Pauline Christian answer to Thomas and the Gnostics who held to the Spirit of Christ manifesting in Jesus did not make him a god but only the human vessel of God's announcing God's goodness towards humankind.



Gnostics are more in line with the Jewish conception of the Messiah as a human being, a king or leader of men who mirrors the will of God Most High. However, the Gnostics like John somehow discovered the tribal god of the Jews wasn't God Most High, never was in fact, while Hebrew scribes and priests during the Babylonian captivity wrote the mythology of their lower god, Yahweh, becoming EL, the Canaanite God Most High. Only Yahweh couldn't be EL as Yahweh was already one of the sons of EL, Yamm to be exact, Chaos and Prince Sea as his appellations were known before EL changed his name to "Yah" or "Yahwu" i.e. the origin of Yahweh. Yamm, even though a Canaanite god of the sea was the tribal god of the Benjamites (meaning "Sons of Yamm") and Jerusalem was the center of the tribe of Benjamin before Judah swallowed it up.

Yamm, as Chaos, was represented as a seven headed sea monster whose female Babylonian counterpart was known as Tiamat. "Rahab" is this sea monster's name given by Isaiah which makes the prophesy of the Messiah stemming from "the Root of Jesse" very interesting as Rahab the Canaanite whore who sold out her fellow countrymen to Joshua's genocidal invasion and became a founding female figure in the Davidic lineage. Now read Revelation 13 and see John using heavy symbolism to describe Yahweh as Yamm, the seven headed Beast from the Sea whose mortal wound is healed because while Yamm is defeated by Baal in the Canaanite mythology, Yamm is resurrected as Yahweh to war against Baal again and again as these two enemy gods battle it out in archetypal imagery.

Meanwhile EL, God Most High, presides over His squabbling children little knowing one of them, Yamm-Yahweh-YWHW, has been falsely elevated to His throne as the Most High. Yamm-Yahweh never had the temperament to be the Sage King that EL was. Yamm, Yahweh, Baal, these are lower military or war gods who rule with force and fear instead of wisdom and compassion as EL ruled the Canaanite Divine Assembly, that word in Greek being "Armageddon". The real Armageddon is one's choice to follow the schizophrenic lower god Yahweh who issues compassionate commandments one place and ghastly genocidal murderous commandments another place, or to follow EL, who never threatened human beings with fear of damnation but was always there for them when they asked for forgiveness of their sins.

No wonder the Canaanites loved EL and called Him "The Compassionate One", "The Kindly One", "The Friendly One". EL is Jesus' "abba" his "daddy" and that is why Jesus' teachings are so different from those of Yahweh. Whether a real human being which I believe Jesus was as Yeshu ben Pantera, or whether a mythical being as Jesus Christ of the Gospels, this person modeled for all time the Son of God, the human being who faithfully follows the Way of God Most High. Biomystical Christianity believes that somehow Jesus came to understand the difference between EL and Yahweh which can be seen in John's text relating Jesus back to Psalm 82. John has Jesus representing God but Biomystical Christianity believes a deeper meaning was given through John's text in order to inform us of the difference between the Jewish God as Yahweh and the God the Father Jesus claims to represent. It makes sense of Jesus' statements in John 8:41-47:

"You do the deeds of your father."..."If God were your Father, you would love me, for I proceeded forth and came from God; nor have I come of myself, but He who sent me. Why do you not understand my speech? Because you are not able to listen to my word. You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you want to do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own resources, for he is a liar and the father of it. But because I tell the truth, you do not believe me. Which of you convicts me of sin? And if I tell the truth, why do you not believe me? He who is of God hears God's words; therefore you do not hear, because you are not of God."

Psalm 82 was prophetic: "I said, 'You are gods, and all of you are children of the Most High. But you shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes." All the Canaanite deities died except for EL, Asherah, and Astarte (Ishtar) who continue on disguised in form: The Spirit of EL was continued into the Judeo-Christian epic within the Messiah prophesy of "Immanuel", literally "EL is with us". That Spirit became the Spirit of Christ with Jesus. Yet Jesus knew that he had to take the fall for his namesake, Yahweh.

The Holy One had Yahweh die on the cross through the crucifixion of Jesus so that EL could be reborn to the world through the teachings of Jesus Christ, a true "Son of EL" in the Canaanite tradition of the earthly king mirroring the compassion and wisdom of the heavenly King, EL. Asherah was concealed in the Judeo-Christian epic as Her main Canaanite identity, the Tree of Life. As the original Goddess of Wisdom She is a precursor to Sophia, the personification of Wisdom. Astarte or Ishtar reemerged within the Christian Easter worship rituals where Her saving deeds were incorporated into the Christ resurrection mythology. Ishtar was the original deity who descended into hell for three days to rescue the male god and return to heaven. And the Easter celebration items of Easter eggs and hot-cross buns (raisin cakes) were originally dedicated to Her. The Holy One has made sure the Canaanite clan of Gods and Goddesses are not forgotten, even 4000 years later. See the Journey of EL & Asherah chapter for more about how this was accomplished.



Lucifer-Usurper-Yahweh

The Origin of Yahweh: Yahweh was one of the "sons of EL"

That Yahweh was originally a son of El is attested by a document (KTU 1.1 IV 14) from Ugarit, a Palestinian site occupied by neighbors of Israel. It reads sm . bny . yw . ilt, which translates as "The name of the son of god, Yahweh."

This status as the foremost of the sons of El is remembered in the Song of Moses, one of the oldest of the Hebrew scriptures, in Deuteronomy 32:8-9: "When the Elyon [another name of El] apportioned the nations, when he divided humankind, he fixed the boundaries of the peoples according to the number of the gods [i.e., each god controlled one nation of people]; Yahweh's own portion was his people, Jacob [i.e., the nation of [Israel] his allotted share."

Psalm 82:1: Elohim has taken his place in the assembly of EL, in the midst of the elohim He holds judgment.

Psalm 29:1: Ascribe to Yahweh, O sons of EL, ascribe to Yahweh glory and strength.

Psalm 89:6: For who in the skies can be compared to Yahweh, who among the sons of EL is like Yahweh,

Yahweh was one of those other gods, i.e., a "son of EL".



Spiritual contamination--The Moloch Problem with the God of Abraham

"Moloch was portrayed as a bronze statue which had a calf's head which wore a crown and was seated on a throne...."

"Inside the statue supposedly there were seven different compartments, one for wheat flour, the second for doves, the third for a lamb, the fourth for a ram, the fifth for a calf, the sixth for a cow, and the seventh for a human child. Moloch is therefore often associated with Mithras and his seven mysterious gates and chambers. Whenever a child was sacrificed a fire was kindled inside the bronze idol and the priests of Moloch beat drums and made other noises to drown out the child's cries of pain."

"Moloch" is the same word in Hebrew as Melech meaning "King"

A divinity worshipped by the idolatrous Israelites. The Hebrew pointing Molech does not represent the original pronunciation of the name, any more than the Greek vocalization Moloch found in the LXX and in the Acts (vii, 43). The primitive title of this god was very probably Melech, "king", the consonants of which came to be combined through derision with the vowels of the word Bosheth, "shame". As the word Moloch (A.V. Molech) means king, it is difficult in several places of the Old Testament to determine whether it should be considered as the proper name of a deity or as a simple appellative. The passages of the original text in which the name stands probably for that of a god are Lev., xviii, 21; xx, 2-5; III (A. V. I) Kings, xi, 7; IV (II) Kings, xxiii, 10; Is., xxx, 33; lvii, 9; Jer., xxxii, 35.

The chief feature of Moloch's worship among the Jews seems to have been the sacrifice of children, and the usual expression for describing that sacrifice was "to pass through the fire", a rite carried out after the victims had been put to death. The special centre of such atrocities was just outside of Jerusalem, at a place called Tophet (probably "place of abomination"), in the valley of Geennom. According to III (I) Kings, xi, 7, Solomon erected "a temple" for Moloch "on the hill over against Jerusalem", and on this account he is at times considered as the monarch who introduced the impious cult into Israel. After the disruption, traces of Moloch worship appear in both Juda and Israel. The custom of causing one's children to pass through the fire seems to have been general in the Northern Kingdom [IV (II) Kings, xvii, 17; Ezech. xxiii, 37], and it gradually grew in the Southern, encouraged by the royal example of Achaz (IV Kings, xvi, 3) and Manasses [IV (II) Kings, xvi, 6] till it became prevalent in the time of the prophet Jeremias (Jerem. xxxii, 35), when King Josias suppressed the worship of Moloch and defiled Tophet [IV (II) Kings, xxiii, 13 (10)]. It is not improbable that this worship was revived under Joakim and continued until the Babylonian Captivity. On the basis of the Hebrew reading of III (I) Kings, xi, 7,

Moloch has often been identified with Milcom, the national god of the Ammonites, but this identification cannot be considered as probable: as shown by the Greek Versions, the original reading of III (I) Kings, xi, 7, was not Molech but Milchom [cf. also III (I) Kings, xi, 5, 33]; and according to Deut., xii, 29-31; xviii, 9-14, the passing of children through fire was of Chanaanite origin [cf. IV (II) Kings, xvi, 3]. Of late, numerous attempts have been made to prove that in sacrificing their children to Moloch the Israelites simply thought that they were offering them in holocaust to Yahweh. In other words, the Melech to whom child-sacrifices were offered was Yahweh under another name. To uphold this view appeal is made in particular to Jer., vii, 31; xix, 5, and to Ezech., xx, 25-31. But this position is to say the least improbable. The texts appealed to may well be understood otherwise, and the prophets expressly treat the cult of Moloch as foreign and as an apostasy from the worship of the true God. The offerings by fire, the probable identity of Moloch with Baal, and the fact that in Assyria and Babylonia Malik, and at Palmyra Malach-bel, were sun-gods, have suggested to many that Moloch was a fire- or sun-god."

--from the Catholic Encyclopedia online.



Abraham seeds the Holocaust

"Holocaust" means "burnt offering"

Hamru

"Hamru" was the name of a sacred precinct of Adad, Assyria. "Eldest son will be burnt in the hamru of the god of Adad." "Hamru" was the Babylonian name for the places worshippers sacrificed firstborn sons to Moloch. Biomystical Christianity asks what is the connection between Yahweh (and it is Yahweh by name who commands Abraham to sacrifice his firstborn son) commanding the sacrifice of Isaac from Abraham and the changing of Abram's name to Abra-ham? Biomystical Christianity say's the major reason followers of the Abrahamic religions seem to never tire of sacrificing children to religious warfare is that the God of Abraham is thoroughly contaminated with Moloch worship, a war god ever hungry for firstborn children sacrificed to show loyalty to god as King more worthy of honoring than honoring love of family.

Right from the beginning with the Hebrew story of Abraham sacrificing Isaac as a firstborn son to be fried in fire for God. Oh, Judaism tries to hide the Moloch connection behind a false face of EL Elyon and Melchizedek, but the words and actions show Moloch worship at work. Moloch a.k.a. Melech a.k.a. Malik a.k.a. Milcom a.k.a. Malachi was an Ammonite deity famous for demanding children, firstborn ones especially, as burnt sacrifice offerings on altars and ovens. Moloch has been the curse of the Jews for a long, long time, e.g., the ovens of the Nazis.

Archeologists in Israel have found lot's of evidence of early Hebrew worship of Yahweh as "Melech"--the Hebrew generic term for "king" that disguising the word's pagan god origin and meaning which is that of Ammonite god we know as Moloch. If one questions the "melech/Moloch" connection they should read 2 Kings 17:31 noting the names of the two Sepharevitie gods, Adrammelech and Anammelech, both of whom demanded children as burnt offerings. The prophets railed against this type of Moloch worship but Gehenna is the spot Hebrews burned their children outside Jerusalem in ovens dedicated to Yahweh as King or Melech.

In Biomystical Christian opinion Jesus one major reason Jesus was sent to us was to purify Yahweh of Molochism. Listen to the Q verses found in Luke 12:4-5"

"And I say to you, My friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do.

But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear Him who, after He has killed, has the power to cast into Gehenna; yes, I say to you, fear Him!"

Traditional Christian interpretation is that Him refers to Satan, but what BC says is that Satan has a historic specific title and worship at that particular site of Gehenna, outside of Jerusalem, and it is the worship of sacrificing children as burnt offerings on altars and ovens, firstborn ones especially yummy to Yahweh as Melech a.k.a. Moloch. Here are two other instances of Moloch worship that can be seen between the lines of Old Testament stories; look at this guy's statement:

"It has been inferred from Abraham's readiness to offer up Isaac at the command of God, from the story of Jephthah and his daughter, and even from the sacrifice of Hiel the Bethelite (1 Kings 16:34), that human sacrifice to Yahweh was an original custom in Israel, and that therefore the God of Israel was no other than Moloch, or at all events a deity of similar character. But these incidents are surely too slender a foundation to support such a theory. "The fundamental idea of the heathen rite was the same as that which lay at the foundation of Hebrew ordinance:"

"surely too slender a foundation to support such a theory?" Ok, let's add the Akkadian-Babylonia I think it is term for the sites they had for child sacrifices in ovens outside their cities (too foul a practice to have inside city walls). The term was "hamru".

God changes Abram's name from Abram to Abra-ham. "Hamru"-"Abra-hamru"?. Does the "ham" part signal Abram's willingness to sacrifice his firstborn child as a burnt offering to prove he was willing give all to God ? To God, but to what God is the question--God as EL, God as Yahweh, or God as Moloch?

The name "Melchizedek" if translated in Canaanite (remember Hebrew is considered a Canaanite dialect by linguists) would be "high priest (Zadok, Zedek, part) of Melech".*

Moloch was a sun god, a fire god, a war god. What kind of celebration does Melchizedek give Abraham? A war victory celebration celebrating Abraham's defeat of rival kings. But Moloch the war god is disguised as EL ELyon and only by becoming familiar with EL as He was known and worshipped in Canaan before the Hebrew takeover do you discover that the Abraham EL is another god entirely. The Canaanite EL didn't mess with earthlings much except to give them atonement for their sins when they asked for it in prayers. EL was not a war god. Baal and other lower storm and sun gods lower did that stuff. EL presided over them and set the example of wise and compassionate rulership. EL was a kindhearted grandfather type hence his Canaanite appellations of EL the Compassionate One, EL the Merciful One, EL the Kindly One. EL the Father of Humanity and all Created Things. No darkside Canaanite stories of EL. No threats to human beings, no demands for absolute obedience or fry in hell, none of that.

And then there is the Canaanite Messianic precedent of the good earthly king is one who becomes a "Son of EL", i.e. he rules as a wise and compassionate king like EL rules in heaven. He is a blessing to all the people, a savior to the oppressed and downtrodden, the widow, and the orphan, the victims of war. Biomystical Christianity is convinced Jesus made spiritual contact with EL and that is why Jesus' good Father gives instructions that are so different from what one would expect of Yahweh. The Holy One sacrificed Yahweh on the cross through Jesus his namesake so that the Spirit of EL could be released into the world again, released through the Spirit of Christ crucified and resurrected and spread around the globe. A job that's only beginning because traditional Christianity doesn't understand it has attached itself to Judaism's Moloch adulterated Yahweh through Paul and the NT writers that brought the OT God back into the picture with his fire from heaven always ready to fry the disbeliever.

That Malachi is the last official prophet of Judaism again points to the Moloch Problem with the god of Abraham. "Malachi" has as the root of the name, "Moloch". Malachi last prophet points to Moloch problem:

Mal 4:5 "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord."

Mt 17:11 "Elijah truly is coming first and will restore all things."

Elijah= EL must again become the dominant face of God the Father to "restore all things".

* Now there's a new root connection found in the name "Melchizedek" that links the whole Abraham story back to Vedic theology with Melchizedek being the name of a legendary Indian prince who worked magic by the name of Melik-Sadaksima. See the End of Abraham chapter.



Yahweh, the Schizophrenic God of Israel

In Biomystical Christian theology, Yahweh, after swallowing EL and perhaps Moloch into himself, becomes schizophrenic, showing a Jeckle & Hyde, good and evil side which can be seen in Yahweh's instructions through the prophets and leaders in the Judeo-Christian epic. Right from the beginning in the Yahweh-ist version of Creation Yahweh demonstrates a deeply flawed character, one that displays a rather pathetic immaturity playing power games with his new human toys, Adam and Eve, taking out his frustrations when they don't behave as he instructs them to by cursing their existence as if he himself had no responsibility for the flaws in his own created beings.

Then there is Yahweh the father of lies who says to Adam that "in the day you eat of it (the tree of knowledge of good and evil) you shall surely die." Adam is recorded in Genesis as have living to the ripe old age of 930 years. Next comes Yahweh the hypocrite who gives Moses the Ten Commandments, one of which prohibits murder and another one prohibiting coveting what is thy neighbor's, yet who turns around and commands Moses to order the slaying of Israelites worshiping their Golden Calf. Then Joshua is ordered to steal the land from the Canaanites and slay them man, woman and child. Also, counter to the Ten Commandments, Yahweh commands killing of adulteresses and apostates in the Mosaic Mitzvot law code.

All in all, Yahweh is touted as a "moral, just, good" God but you sure can't tell it by His instructions or the actions of Hebrews towards their neighbors. Small wonder the Holy One wouldn't tolerate the Hebrew worship of Yahweh worship as the only sanctified worship of Itself. But then again, what would God expect from those named "Israel", i.e., "he fights with EL"?



"While Venus bore the name of Helel, Yahweh himself was manifest as the "wandering star" Jupiter, the planet of kingship."

St. Jude 1:11-13: "Woe to them! For they have gone the way of Cain, have run greedily in the error of Balaam for profit, and perished in the rebellion of Korah. ...raging waves of the sea, foaming up their own shame; wandering stars for whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever."

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Yahweh, the Fraud of Israel



The Midian-Egyptian connection to the origin of Yahweh

Yah

Moon-god.

"In its earliest attestations the name Yah refers to the moon as satellite of the earth. Yah then becomes conceptualised as a lunar deity, iconographically anthropomorphic but whose manifestations, from the hieroglyphic evidence, can include the crescent of the new moon, the ibis and the falcon- comparable to the other moon deities, Thoth and Khonsu. It is probable that contact with Middle Eastern states in Palestine, Syria and Babylonia was instrumental in the development of Yah as a deity. Certainly the zenith of Yah's popularity lay in the period following the Middle Kingdom when immigration from the Levant was high and princes from Palestine, knoiwn as the Hyksos, rulers, dominated Egypt. These foreigners may well have looked for a lunardeity analogous to the Akkadian moon-god Sin who had an important temple at Harran in north Syria. Strangely, it is with the Theban royal family eventually responsible for the expulsion of these alien rulers that there is a difinite inclination for names involving the mood-god Yah. The daughter of Seqenenre Tao I (Dynasty XVII) is Yah-hotep ('Yah is content'). The founder of Dynasty XVIII was called Yahmose ('Yah is born') and the same element is in the nameo f his wife Yahmose-Nefertari. Most likely the Middle Eastern deity who gave the stimulus to the adoption of Yah is the influence behind the name Kamose, the brother of Yahmose, who began the final thrust against the Hyksos domination. Kamose ('the bull is born') might be the Egyptian equivalent of the epithet applied to Sin describing him as a 'young bull... with strong horns' (i.e. the tips of the crescent moon). This imagery would be totally compatible with the Egyptian concept of the pharaoh as an invinvible bull. In the tomb of Tuthmosis III (Dynasty XVII), the pharaoh whose campaigns took him to the banks of the Euphrates river, there is a scene where the king is accompanied by his mother and three queens, including Sit-Yah 'daughter of the moon-god'. Traces of his cult beyond this period are sporadic."

Yah, was the name of the god of the Midians into which Moses supposedly married by marrying the daughter of a Midian priest. Yah was also the name of the desert god worshipped by the Bedoins. It is likely this name is the same one Canaanites applied to Yamm as Yaw or Yawu. See below:

Yahti, was the name of the Egyptian Father god. Hebrew monotheism followed the trail blazed by Pharaoh Akenaton who overthrew all the Egyptian gods and goddesses substituting his Aten (only god) Ra (sun god) or Amen (hidden god) Ra as the only god there is. There is considerable evidence linking the story of Moses to Egyptians priests and "habiru" outcasts forced to flee Egypt when the Semitic (read Canaanite) Hyksos Pharaohs lost power then later when Akenaton and his monotheistic revolution went sour.

The Origin of Yahweh as Yamm, Canaanite god of the sea

Yamm, a.k.a. Lotan, Leviathan, Tiamat.

"Yamm, from the Canaanite word Yam, (Hebrew ??) meaning "Sea", is one name of the Ugaritic god of Rivers and Sea. Also titled Judge Nahar ("Judge River"), he is also one of the 'ilhm (Elohim) or sons of El, the name given to the Levantine pantheon. Others dispute the existence of the alternative names, claiming it is a mistranslation of a damaged tablet. Despite linguistic overlap, theologically this god is not a part of the later subregional monotheistic theology, but rather is part of a broader and archaic Levantine polytheism.

Yam is the deity of the primordial chaos and represents the power of the sea untamed and raging; he is seen as ruling storms and the disasters they wreak. The gods cast out Yam from the heavenly mountain Sappan (modern Jebel Aqra; "Sappan" is cognate to Tsephon (Tsion). The seven-headed dragon Lotan is associated closely with him and the serpent is frequently used to describe him.

Of all the gods, despite being the champion of El, Yam holds special hostility against Baal Hadad, son of Dagon. Yam is a deity of the sea and his palace is in the abyss associated with the depths, or Biblical tehwom, of the oceans. (This is not to be confused with the abode of Mot, the ruler of the netherworlds.) In Ugaritic texts, Yam's special enemy Hadad is also known as the "king of heaven" and the "first born son" of El, whom ancient Greeks identified with their god Kronos, just as Baal was identified with Zeus, Yam with Poseidon and Mot with Hades. Yam wished to become the Lord god in his place. In turns the two beings kill each other, yet Hadad is resurrected and Yam also returns. Some authors have suggested that these tales reflect the experience of seasonal cycles in the Levant."--Wikipedia

El Elyon renames Yamm Yaw or Yawu:

"The pantheon of ancient Sumer was borrowed by Sumer's northern neighbors, the Semitic peoples of Mesopotamia. Generally, they substituted Semitic names for the Sumerian gods, but the structure of the pantheon, including the distinction between the Divine Progenitors and the Assembly of Gods was maintained in the Semitic religions--although each Semitic people typically substituted the name of their local chief god for that of the king among the gods of the Assembly. Among the Babylonians, the children of El, collectively known as the Elohim were subordinate to their Father El. They presided individually over the various stars and planets as well as over their individual earthly estates.

In Babylonian times, the Elohim were ruled by a son of El called Marduk, who could be seen in the heavens as the "wandering star" we call Jupiter today. Among the Canaanites, neighbors and political competitors of the Hebrews, he was called simply "Lord" or Ba'al, while his true name (Hadu or, in some dialects Hadad) was known only to his priests. Ba'al's chief rival for kingship among the gods was Yamm, meaning "Sea", who also sometimes took the guise of a storm-god. His personal name was Yaw or, in some texts, Yawu. For instance, in the Epic of Ba'al, El, speaking to Athirat (Asherah) about their son Yamm says, "The name of my son is Yaw, Oh Goddess. . ." The name of Yamm is intriguingly similar to the name of the Hebrew deity, Yahweh, the short form of which was Yah. The similarity of names is paralleled by a similarity of roles, since Ba'al was considered to be the chief rival of Yahweh by the Hebrews. Although this identification not a certain one, the two are thought to have been the same deity by some scholars."

Yamm was the Canaanite god of the sea who also represented Chaos in the yearly nature saga that the Canaanite religion was based on, i.e., the death of crops at winter and their rebirth at spring represented by God or God's lieutenant being taken down into the Abyss or hell there to be rescued (Spring resurrection)by a Savior god or goddess, Baal and Anath for Canaanites, Marduk and Ishtar for Babylonians. This pagan mythology became incorporated in the Easter resurrection tradition of Jesus Christ. According to the Canaanite myths, Baal seized the throne of El with a surprise attack in the palace of El on Mount Sapan. Baal then claimed Asherah and Anath as his wives. Yamm formed an alliance with his father, El, and attempted to drive Baal from the throne. However, Baal defeated Yamm, who had taken the form of a sea dwelling dragon.

This archetypal myth finds what is believed to be its earliest fully intact version in Canaanite mythology. In the beginning, the people of Canaan taught, there was a rivalry between two great primordial deities, `Yamm' and `Baal'. Yamm, known also as `Prince Sea', was "identified with or accompanied by two fearsome sea monsters, Litan (the Biblical Leviathan) and Tunnan (the Biblical Tannin)". This sea-god Yamm was itself thought to be a sea-monster, being variously referred to as `the dragon', `the twisting serpent', and `the seven-headed monster'. Since this Canaanite sea-god may be an ancient symbol for the Primordial Soul, which would have functioned as a controlling `judge' over its partner the Spirit, it is worth noting that the other name commonly used for Yamm was `Judge River'. And Baal, in the role of the young storm-god, was variously called `Lord of the Storm', `Rider of the Clouds', and `Conqueror'. Again, at first this sea-god Yamm was master over Baal, holding power and control over him. But Baal ultimately overthrew Yamm:

The club danced in Baal's hands,

like a vulture from his fingers;

it struck Prince Sea on the skull,

Judge River between the eyes;

Sea stumbled;

he fell to the ground;

his joints shook;

his frame collapsed.

Baal captured and drank Sea

he finished Judge River.

Successfully defeating Sea, Baal gained absolute authority, securing an `eternal kingdom' for himself. But after this supreme victory, Baal was defeated by Mot, the god of death, and was forced to enter the underworld. Yamm became Yahweh and has continued the war with Baal his arch-enemy all through the Old Testament period. Baal, the original "Lord", is today still in the underworld..lurking..

Yamm becomes Yahweh

Yamm was the Canaanite god of the sea who also represented Chaos in the yearly nature saga that the Canaanite religion was based on, i.e., the death of crops at winter and their rebirth at spring represented by God or God's lieutenant being taken down into the Abyss or hell there to be rescued (Spring resurrection) by a Savior god or goddess (Baal and Anath for Canaanites, Marduk and Ishtar for Babylonians). This mythology became the Easter resurrection tradition of Jesus Christ.

When ancient Canaan collapsed in political power, Hebrews substituted their tribal god for EL's top position but Yahweh never ever had the wisdom or compassion of EL so Yahweh's reign has been as a fraud, a usurper god, a lower god posing as the highest God. The old Gnostic Jews and Gnostic Christians knew that Yahweh was a usurper lower god but somehow John hit the nail on the head by recognizing Yamm in Yahweh, that symbol most clearly showing in Revelation 13's the Beast from the Sea which is Yamm as he was symbolized as a seven-headed sea-monster in his form as Chaos. The head that has the mortal wound that doesn't die symbolizes the rebirth of Yamm as Yahweh.



The second beast symbolizes Moses who brought fire down from heaven, the frontlets bearing the name of Yahweh which are the Mark of the beast. John the Revelator believes Jewish religious authorities screwed everything up when they were exiled in Babylon and added Persian and other pagan notions to the spiritual Torah that the 5 books of Moses represented. That is why Babylon takes the hit in Revelation-it doesn't stand for Rome or America or Russia or whatever-it always stood for Babylon. Now, given these historical literary references pointing to truth that Yahweh was never God Most High and Jews fudged the historical record showing EL, not Yahweh as the true God the Father, are we surprised to find Gnostic Jews condemning the God of the Jews as an imposter, a usurper god? Did Yahweh pull a Lucifer act and become God Most High or has the Fraud of Israel been caught on tape?

Take a look at the Gospel of John chapter 8 where Jesus rips the Jews for worshipping the devil. Then take a look at Revelation's famous Beast from the Sea and see Yamm again in his seven-headed sea-monster form, like Leviathan or Babylon's Tiamat. John "knew" who Yahweh was long before historians came along on the scene to confirm the forged identity of Yahweh. John's gospel and Revelation continue the Gnostic spiritual revolt against the tribal god of the Jews but unlike the Thomasian type Gnostics, John's Gnosis hinges on belief that Jesus as man was God in the flesh. It makes sense to see John's Gospel as a Pauline Christian answer to Thomas and the Gnostics who held to the Spirit of Christ manifesting in Jesus did not make him a god but only the human vessel of God's announcing God's goodness towards humankind.



Gnostics are more in line with the Jewish conception of the Messiah as a human being, a king or leader of men who mirrors the will of God Most High. However, the Gnostics like John somehow discovered the tribal god of the Jews wasn't God Most High, never was in fact, while Hebrew scribes and priests during the Babylonian captivity wrote the mythology of their lower god, Yahweh, becoming EL, the Canaanite God Most High. Only Yahweh couldn't be EL as Yahweh was already one of the sons of EL, Yamm to be exact, Chaos and Prince Sea as his appellations were known before EL changed his name to "Yah" or "Yahwu" i.e. the origin of Yahweh. Yamm, even though a Canaanite god of the sea was the tribal god of the Benjamites (meaning "Sons of Yamm") and Jerusalem was the center of the tribe of Benjamin before Judah swallowed it up.

Yamm, as Chaos, was represented as a seven headed sea monster whose female Babylonian counterpart was known as Tiamat. "Rahab" is this sea monster's name given by Isaiah which makes the prophesy of the Messiah stemming from "the Root of Jesse" very interesting as Rahab the Canaanite whore who sold out her fellow countrymen to Joshua's genocidal invasion and became a founding female figure in the Davidic lineage. Now read Revelation 13 and see John using heavy symbolism to describe Yahweh as Yamm, the seven headed Beast from the Sea whose mortal wound is healed because while Yamm is defeated by Baal in the Canaanite mythology, Yamm is resurrected as Yahweh to war against Baal again and again as these two enemy gods battle it out in archetypal imagery.

Meanwhile EL, God Most High, presides over His squabbling children little knowing one of them, Yamm-Yahweh-YWHW, has been falsely elevated to His throne as the Most High. Yamm-Yahweh never had the temperament to be the Sage King that EL was. Yamm, Yahweh, Baal, these are lower military or war gods who rule with force and fear instead of wisdom and compassion as EL ruled the Canaanite Divine Assembly, that word in Greek being "Armageddon". The real Armageddon is one's choice to follow the schizophrenic lower god Yahweh who issues compassionate commandments one place and ghastly genocidal murderous commandments another place, or to follow EL, who never threatened human beings with fear of damnation but was always there for them when they asked for forgiveness of their sins.

No wonder the Canaanites loved EL and called Him "The Compassionate One", "The Kindly One", "The Friendly One". EL is Jesus' "abba" his "daddy" and that is why Jesus' teachings are so different from those of Yahweh. Whether a real human being which I believe Jesus was as Yeshu ben Pantera, or whether a mythical being as Jesus Christ of the Gospels, this person modeled for all time the Son of God, the human being who faithfully follows the Way of God Most High. Biomystical Christianity believes that somehow Jesus came to understand the difference between EL and Yahweh which can be seen in John's text relating Jesus back to Psalm 82. John has Jesus representing God but Biomystical Christianity believes a deeper meaning was given through John's text in order to inform us of the difference between the Jewish God as Yahweh and the God the Father Jesus claims to represent. It makes sense of Jesus' statements in John 8:41-47:

"You do the deeds of your father."..."If God were your Father, you would love me, for I proceeded forth and came from God; nor have I come of myself, but He who sent me. Why do you not understand my speech? Because you are not able to listen to my word. You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you want to do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own resources, for he is a liar and the father of it. But because I tell the truth, you do not believe me. Which of you convicts me of sin? And if I tell the truth, why do you not believe me? He who is of God hears God's words; therefore you do not hear, because you are not of God."

Psalm 82 was prophetic: "I said, 'You are gods, and all of you are children of the Most High. But you shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes." All the Canaanite deities died except for EL, Asherah, and Astarte (Ishtar) who continue on disguised in form: The Spirit of EL was continued into the Judeo-Christian epic within the Messiah prophesy of "Immanuel", literally "EL is with us". That Spirit became the Spirit of Christ with Jesus. Yet Jesus knew that he had to take the fall for his namesake, Yahweh.

The Holy One had Yahweh die on the cross through the crucifixion of Jesus so that EL could be reborn to the world through the teachings of Jesus Christ, a true "Son of EL" in the Canaanite tradition of the earthly king mirroring the compassion and wisdom of the heavenly King, EL. Asherah was concealed in the Judeo-Christian epic as Her main Canaanite identity, the Tree of Life. As the original Goddess of Wisdom She is a precursor to Sophia, the personification of Wisdom. Astarte or Ishtar reemerged within the Christian Easter worship rituals where Her saving deeds were incorporated into the Christ resurrection mythology. Ishtar was the original deity who descended into hell for three days to rescue the male god and return to heaven. And the Easter celebration items of Easter eggs and hot-cross buns (raisin cakes) were originally dedicated to Her. The Holy One has made sure the Canaanite clan of Gods and Goddesses are not forgotten, even 4000 years later. See the Journey of EL & Asherah chapter for more about how this was accomplished.



Lucifer-Usurper-Yahweh

The Origin of Yahweh: Yahweh was one of the "sons of EL"

That Yahweh was originally a son of El is attested by a document (KTU 1.1 IV 14) from Ugarit, a Palestinian site occupied by neighbors of Israel. It reads sm . bny . yw . ilt, which translates as "The name of the son of god, Yahweh."

This status as the foremost of the sons of El is remembered in the Song of Moses, one of the oldest of the Hebrew scriptures, in Deuteronomy 32:8-9: "When the Elyon [another name of El] apportioned the nations, when he divided humankind, he fixed the boundaries of the peoples according to the number of the gods [i.e., each god controlled one nation of people]; Yahweh's own portion was his people, Jacob [i.e., the nation of [Israel] his allotted share."

Psalm 82:1: Elohim has taken his place in the assembly of EL, in the midst of the elohim He holds judgment.

Psalm 29:1: Ascribe to Yahweh, O sons of EL, ascribe to Yahweh glory and strength.

Psalm 89:6: For who in the skies can be compared to Yahweh, who among the sons of EL is like Yahweh,

Yahweh was one of those other gods, i.e., a "son of EL".



Spiritual contamination--The Moloch Problem with the God of Abraham

"Moloch was portrayed as a bronze statue which had a calf's head which wore a crown and was seated on a throne...."

"Inside the statue supposedly there were seven different compartments, one for wheat flour, the second for doves, the third for a lamb, the fourth for a ram, the fifth for a calf, the sixth for a cow, and the seventh for a human child. Moloch is therefore often associated with Mithras and his seven mysterious gates and chambers. Whenever a child was sacrificed a fire was kindled inside the bronze idol and the priests of Moloch beat drums and made other noises to drown out the child's cries of pain."

"Moloch" is the same word in Hebrew as Melech meaning "King"

A divinity worshipped by the idolatrous Israelites. The Hebrew pointing Molech does not represent the original pronunciation of the name, any more than the Greek vocalization Moloch found in the LXX and in the Acts (vii, 43). The primitive title of this god was very probably Melech, "king", the consonants of which came to be combined through derision with the vowels of the word Bosheth, "shame". As the word Moloch (A.V. Molech) means king, it is difficult in several places of the Old Testament to determine whether it should be considered as the proper name of a deity or as a simple appellative. The passages of the original text in which the name stands probably for that of a god are Lev., xviii, 21; xx, 2-5; III (A. V. I) Kings, xi, 7; IV (II) Kings, xxiii, 10; Is., xxx, 33; lvii, 9; Jer., xxxii, 35.

The chief feature of Moloch's worship among the Jews seems to have been the sacrifice of children, and the usual expression for describing that sacrifice was "to pass through the fire", a rite carried out after the victims had been put to death. The special centre of such atrocities was just outside of Jerusalem, at a place called Tophet (probably "place of abomination"), in the valley of Geennom. According to III (I) Kings, xi, 7, Solomon erected "a temple" for Moloch "on the hill over against Jerusalem", and on this account he is at times considered as the monarch who introduced the impious cult into Israel. After the disruption, traces of Moloch worship appear in both Juda and Israel. The custom of causing one's children to pass through the fire seems to have been general in the Northern Kingdom [IV (II) Kings, xvii, 17; Ezech. xxiii, 37], and it gradually grew in the Southern, encouraged by the royal example of Achaz (IV Kings, xvi, 3) and Manasses [IV (II) Kings, xvi, 6] till it became prevalent in the time of the prophet Jeremias (Jerem. xxxii, 35), when King Josias suppressed the worship of Moloch and defiled Tophet [IV (II) Kings, xxiii, 13 (10)]. It is not improbable that this worship was revived under Joakim and continued until the Babylonian Captivity. On the basis of the Hebrew reading of III (I) Kings, xi, 7,

Moloch has often been identified with Milcom, the national god of the Ammonites, but this identification cannot be considered as probable: as shown by the Greek Versions, the original reading of III (I) Kings, xi, 7, was not Molech but Milchom [cf. also III (I) Kings, xi, 5, 33]; and according to Deut., xii, 29-31; xviii, 9-14, the passing of children through fire was of Chanaanite origin [cf. IV (II) Kings, xvi, 3]. Of late, numerous attempts have been made to prove that in sacrificing their children to Moloch the Israelites simply thought that they were offering them in holocaust to Yahweh. In other words, the Melech to whom child-sacrifices were offered was Yahweh under another name. To uphold this view appeal is made in particular to Jer., vii, 31; xix, 5, and to Ezech., xx, 25-31. But this position is to say the least improbable. The texts appealed to may well be understood otherwise, and the prophets expressly treat the cult of Moloch as foreign and as an apostasy from the worship of the true God. The offerings by fire, the probable identity of Moloch with Baal, and the fact that in Assyria and Babylonia Malik, and at Palmyra Malach-bel, were sun-gods, have suggested to many that Moloch was a fire- or sun-god."

--from the Catholic Encyclopedia online.



Abraham seeds the Holocaust

"Holocaust" means "burnt offering"

Hamru

"Hamru" was the name of a sacred precinct of Adad, Assyria. "Eldest son will be burnt in the hamru of the god of Adad." "Hamru" was the Babylonian name for the places worshippers sacrificed firstborn sons to Moloch. Biomystical Christianity asks what is the connection between Yahweh (and it is Yahweh by name who commands Abraham to sacrifice his firstborn son) commanding the sacrifice of Isaac from Abraham and the changing of Abram's name to Abra-ham? Biomystical Christianity say's the major reason followers of the Abrahamic religions seem to never tire of sacrificing children to religious warfare is that the God of Abraham is thoroughly contaminated with Moloch worship, a war god ever hungry for firstborn children sacrificed to show loyalty to god as King more worthy of honoring than honoring love of family.

Right from the beginning with the Hebrew story of Abraham sacrificing Isaac as a firstborn son to be fried in fire for God. Oh, Judaism tries to hide the Moloch connection behind a false face of EL Elyon and Melchizedek, but the words and actions show Moloch worship at work. Moloch a.k.a. Melech a.k.a. Malik a.k.a. Milcom a.k.a. Malachi was an Ammonite deity famous for demanding children, firstborn ones especially, as burnt sacrifice offerings on altars and ovens. Moloch has been the curse of the Jews for a long, long time, e.g., the ovens of the Nazis.

Archeologists in Israel have found lot's of evidence of early Hebrew worship of Yahweh as "Melech"--the Hebrew generic term for "king" that disguising the word's pagan god origin and meaning which is that of Ammonite god we know as Moloch. If one questions the "melech/Moloch" connection they should read 2 Kings 17:31 noting the names of the two Sepharevitie gods, Adrammelech and Anammelech, both of whom demanded children as burnt offerings. The prophets railed against this type of Moloch worship but Gehenna is the spot Hebrews burned their children outside Jerusalem in ovens dedicated to Yahweh as King or Melech.

In Biomystical Christian opinion Jesus one major reason Jesus was sent to us was to purify Yahweh of Molochism. Listen to the Q verses found in Luke 12:4-5"

"And I say to you, My friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do.

But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear Him who, after He has killed, has the power to cast into Gehenna; yes, I say to you, fear Him!"

Traditional Christian interpretation is that Him refers to Satan, but what BC says is that Satan has a historic specific title and worship at that particular site of Gehenna, outside of Jerusalem, and it is the worship of sacrificing children as burnt offerings on altars and ovens, firstborn ones especially yummy to Yahweh as Melech a.k.a. Moloch. Here are two other instances of Moloch worship that can be seen between the lines of Old Testament stories; look at this guy's statement:

"It has been inferred from Abraham's readiness to offer up Isaac at the command of God, from the story of Jephthah and his daughter, and even from the sacrifice of Hiel the Bethelite (1 Kings 16:34), that human sacrifice to Yahweh was an original custom in Israel, and that therefore the God of Israel was no other than Moloch, or at all events a deity of similar character. But these incidents are surely too slender a foundation to support such a theory. "The fundamental idea of the heathen rite was the same as that which lay at the foundation of Hebrew ordinance:"

"surely too slender a foundation to support such a theory?" Ok, let's add the Akkadian-Babylonia I think it is term for the sites they had for child sacrifices in ovens outside their cities (too foul a practice to have inside city walls). The term was "hamru".

God changes Abram's name from Abram to Abra-ham. "Hamru"-"Abra-hamru"?. Does the "ham" part signal Abram's willingness to sacrifice his firstborn child as a burnt offering to prove he was willing give all to God ? To God, but to what God is the question--God as EL, God as Yahweh, or God as Moloch?

The name "Melchizedek" if translated in Canaanite (remember Hebrew is considered a Canaanite dialect by linguists) would be "high priest (Zadok, Zedek, part) of Melech".*

Moloch was a sun god, a fire god, a war god. What kind of celebration does Melchizedek give Abraham? A war victory celebration celebrating Abraham's defeat of rival kings. But Moloch the war god is disguised as EL ELyon and only by becoming familiar with EL as He was known and worshipped in Canaan before the Hebrew takeover do you discover that the Abraham EL is another god entirely. The Canaanite EL didn't mess with earthlings much except to give them atonement for their sins when they asked for it in prayers. EL was not a war god. Baal and other lower storm and sun gods lower did that stuff. EL presided over them and set the example of wise and compassionate rulership. EL was a kindhearted grandfather type hence his Canaanite appellations of EL the Compassionate One, EL the Merciful One, EL the Kindly One. EL the Father of Humanity and all Created Things. No darkside Canaanite stories of EL. No threats to human beings, no demands for absolute obedience or fry in hell, none of that.

And then there is the Canaanite Messianic precedent of the good earthly king is one who becomes a "Son of EL", i.e. he rules as a wise and compassionate king like EL rules in heaven. He is a blessing to all the people, a savior to the oppressed and downtrodden, the widow, and the orphan, the victims of war. Biomystical Christianity is convinced Jesus made spiritual contact with EL and that is why Jesus' good Father gives instructions that are so different from what one would expect of Yahweh. The Holy One sacrificed Yahweh on the cross through Jesus his namesake so that the Spirit of EL could be released into the world again, released through the Spirit of Christ crucified and resurrected and spread around the globe. A job that's only beginning because traditional Christianity doesn't understand it has attached itself to Judaism's Moloch adulterated Yahweh through Paul and the NT writers that brought the OT God back into the picture with his fire from heaven always ready to fry the disbeliever.

That Malachi is the last official prophet of Judaism again points to the Moloch Problem with the god of Abraham. "Malachi" has as the root of the name, "Moloch". Malachi last prophet points to Moloch problem:

Mal 4:5 "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord."

Mt 17:11 "Elijah truly is coming first and will restore all things."

Elijah= EL must again become the dominant face of God the Father to "restore all things".

* Now there's a new root connection found in the name "Melchizedek" that links the whole Abraham story back to Vedic theology with Melchizedek being the name of a legendary Indian prince who worked magic by the name of Melik-Sadaksima. See the End of Abraham chapter.



Yahweh, the Schizophrenic God of Israel

In Biomystical Christian theology, Yahweh, after swallowing EL and perhaps Moloch into himself, becomes schizophrenic, showing a Jeckle & Hyde, good and evil side which can be seen in Yahweh's instructions through the prophets and leaders in the Judeo-Christian epic. Right from the beginning in the Yahweh-ist version of Creation Yahweh demonstrates a deeply flawed character, one that displays a rather pathetic immaturity playing power games with his new human toys, Adam and Eve, taking out his frustrations when they don't behave as he instructs them to by cursing their existence as if he himself had no responsibility for the flaws in his own created beings.

Then there is Yahweh the father of lies who says to Adam that "in the day you eat of it (the tree of knowledge of good and evil) you shall surely die." Adam is recorded in Genesis as have living to the ripe old age of 930 years. Next comes Yahweh the hypocrite who gives Moses the Ten Commandments, one of which prohibits murder and another one prohibiting coveting what is thy neighbor's, yet who turns around and commands Moses to order the slaying of Israelites worshiping their Golden Calf. Then Joshua is ordered to steal the land from the Canaanites and slay them man, woman and child. Also, counter to the Ten Commandments, Yahweh commands killing of adulteresses and apostates in the Mosaic Mitzvot law code.

All in all, Yahweh is touted as a "moral, just, good" God but you sure can't tell it by His instructions or the actions of Hebrews towards their neighbors. Small wonder the Holy One wouldn't tolerate the Hebrew worship of Yahweh worship as the only sanctified worship of Itself. But then again, what would God expect from those named "Israel", i.e., "he fights with EL"?



"While Venus bore the name of Helel, Yahweh himself was manifest as the "wandering star" Jupiter, the planet of kingship."

St. Jude 1:11-13: "Woe to them! For they have gone the way of Cain, have run greedily in the error of Balaam for profit, and perished in the rebellion of Korah. ...raging waves of the sea, foaming up their own shame; wandering stars for whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever."

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This hateful bs gave the roman catholics a excuse to enslave the africans, the hebrews, the aboriginies, the indians and just about all the original tribes of israel.

Your research is well done, however you should understand that a one point the followers of baal were at war with yahweh/yamm. Baal (Ahab) had a wife named jezebel whos real name is ANAT/ISIS. What they did here is after Yahweh(El-i-jah) and baal died they combined the two stories and morphed them to into one. Which is when they corrupted the true teachings of Yahweh.
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That is why it looks like Yahweh and Baal were actually M-L-K. However the sacrifice was part of Baals religion.

Yahweh was known as El-ijah (EL-the sacrificial bull- or the lamb of god.)
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Look up the story of Elijah-Yahweh and Ahab-baal in the bible, i think it is new testament,

then read the old testament version of the same story 'jeruboam-Yahweh vs heroboam-baal'
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Look up children of ham/cain, mark of cain/ham.

There was a signed document from roman catholic church declaring slavery of the children of ham/cain to be allright.

They say that because the africans were of cains bloodline,that means it is allright to treat them like animals and enslave them.
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"Sacred Name" Movement Exposed Part 1

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Instead of repeating what someone else thinks how about you put in into your own words and tell us what you think about the subject.
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Yahweh is considered by many Orthodox Jews not the name of God. I shall post more of what they think later on when i sit down and find the paper work on it.

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We couldn't read the whole of the text but what we find important is how the perspective is. Mostly contemporary researchers forget the spiritual aspect of this. For example the Egyptians priests or rather students told the vast crowds of unconscious people that they were worshiping the sun, the moon etc. because they had to say something to those who were not initiated, not to fool them. After some saw that students could command weather amongst many other spiritual traits some childish imitation followed later on that distorted the teachings which ended in weirdo child killing etc. which resulted in the condemnation of these carricature gods by those who were seeking or in direct contact with the divine. These gods are aspects of the one as modern seekers would call them archetypal powers which penetrate everything since they are not from this plane of existence. Abraham as well as Mohammad destroyed their idols so that people will get over this confusion of their forefathers and concentrate on their inner being.

Name hunting is interesting and of course intellectually developing but experiential knowledge would be better rather then playing with the sins of the forefathers.

Interesting article nonetheless. Thank you himitsunomiko.
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Because if I put my opinion, I would have to build a fortress to withstand all the bibles that would attack me.
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Perhaps it has an Egyptian origin as they also had a moon god called Yah
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Because if I put my opinion, I would have to build a fortress to withstand all the bibles that would attack me.
Yes as well as probably those that like other names better. It would be like debating which signpost looks better isn't it?
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