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What is the Key Word to Describe the Bible?

12 Feb

ImageLooking at the main characters so far from Genesis: Adam, Eve, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Joseph and Moses the rhythm is clear. Under the direction of god these stars of the bible promote a single description: VIOLENCE.

The bible promotes the birth of god and his influence upon earth. The people in his image are the followers. God’s image not of his physical form because people were already around the world, long before he came into the picture – but of his influence.

Humanity evolved on earth over millions of years and this is different to the birth of god’s nation which only commenced 6,000 years ago. Genesis is about the birth of a godly invasion upon an already existing world.

The stories in the bible shows evidence of a god infiltrating our world, murdering those people who stood in his way. It is clear this tribe of godly influenced people started from a couple of kids in a pocket of the Far East, their names Adam and Eve. They were born from parents who obviously abandoned them and left them to commence a new nation of people. This bloke god must have stumbled across them and raised them as his own – maybe this is why he keeps referring to himself as Father.  Perhaps god then proceeded to make up fantasy stories of their beginning because he couldn’t really tell the truth and say their parents abandoned them. But because this god couldn’t have kids of his own, told them he created them, from dirt in the ground no less. God did not hold a medical degree – obviously. Forget about the whole incest thing when Adam and Eve have their kids, because the bible is littered with incest, god really didn’t care. This bloke god even created an alter ego of himself called the devil to keep those kids in line.

Then god masterminded a way to use these kids to commence a domination and dictatorship. At the time places like Mesopotamia and particularly Egypt were bustling cities of commerce. By all accounts they had derived from an even distant nation of people from Sumer – The people of Sumeria. There is even evidence of written material dating back 10,000 years or more. Something happened back then. The known world was smaller than it is today – we think. Today we have very much explored most of this planet. Ah yes, a few pockets remain untouched. Communication, it appears, was limited so just how much of the world back then was occupied – we are still unsure.

The Sumerians, whom we are guessing were one of the earliest advanced civilizations compiled a biblical type book, rather like the one copied for the purpose of the bible. Yes a lot of the contents of the bible particularly Genesis was a rewrite from Sumeria. It appears this first script was more of a fairy tale beginning, perhaps it was a kids book ah, but how adults love kids books.

I dare say the Great Flood of Antiquity known to have happened in ancient times may have had a hand in the matter of people collapsing back to a sort primitive existence. The last Ice Age, was around 14,000 years ago. So this Ice Age followed by massive flooding and throw in a few volcano’s and yes it would give the opportunity for any con artist to make out a god like character.

People have survived and survived over time. I feel it was knowledge which was lost on a large scale. People keen for a new direction or for someone to take the steering wheel to organize everyone may have been appreciated. And in comes the Pharaoh’s, the kings of antiquity. I would think it is the stronger who survive and in a battle the dirtiest player often wins. A winner does not mean that person is a good person, in fact to win it is almost a necessity to be cruel and dirty – just like god.

6,000 years ago a bloke named god came out on top. So powerful was his dictatorship he influenced many people. This influence it seems scattered around the world. So was it the intentions of the authors of the bible to promote this god or to uncover this gods evil deeds. God conquered nations and infiltrated lands – god murdered without mercy. The authors of the bible do not hold back in describing how dangerous and cunning this god was. So I have to ask the question. Was the bible written to expose god or promote god because I have read the bible many times and the only person promoting themselves was god. The bible exposes the dangers of god and his influence.  

Many people and perhaps rightly so, I don’t know, think this was an alien invasion of some sort. There is a lot of evidence to validate this thought, but lets say this was purely a man made domination. A domination set upon by nasty and cruel but very educated people who knew how to manipulate a frightened population of people. How hard would it be after a major flood, meteorite hit or even the ending of an Ice Age to influence vulnerable people if you had the upper hand?

So to be fair, let us split up the evidence and look at both. Man Made God or Invasion from Elsewhere amongst the stars. You have probably guessed I favour Man Made God but I am not totally blind that I wouldn’t accept the Alien Theory, if it could be proved. We have two options and perhaps there are more. I don’t know. I agree I wouldn’t be smart to close my mind to more ideas. I am like that, I like to know more regardless if it suits my theory or not. I get equally excited if I am wrong as much as when I’m right. It is the nature of exploration.

The stories we need to uncover to give us more information, for starters would be more information on the boat people, The Indus Civilization and a few more I have up my sleeve. So before I continue with the biblical history I will, in the coming blogs, cover some known and opinionated history.

Oh and you got my answer for describing the bible in one word – yes: Violence. Have you noticed god does not promote education, exploration or any other …..ations for development? 

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Birth of Biblical Moses – Part 1

2 Feb

ImageIn the course of time Joseph, his brothers and all the rest of that generation died, but their descendants, the Israelites, had many children and became numerous and strong in Egypt.

Then a new king, who knew nothing about Joseph, came to power in Egypt, and decided, “These Israelites are so numerous and strong that they are a threat to us. In case of war they might join our enemies in order to fight against us. We must find some way to keep them from becoming even more numerous.”

 So the Egyptians put slave drivers over them to crush their spirits with hard labour. But the more the Egyptians oppressed the Israelites the more they increased in numbers and the farther they spread throughout the land. The Egyptians came to fear the Israelites and made their lives miserable by forcing them into cruel slavery. They made them work on their building projects and in their fields, and they had no pity on them.

Then the king of Egypt instructed the two midwives who helped the Hebrew women, “When you help the Hebrew women give birth, kill the baby if it is a boy, but if it is a girl, let it live.” But the midwives were God fearing and so they did not obey the king, instead they let the boys live. So the king sent for the midwives. They answered, “The Hebrew women are not like Egyptian women, they give birth easily and their babies are born before either of us gets there.” The Israelites continued to increase and become strong.

Finally the king issued a command to all his people, “Take every newborn Hebrew boy and throw him into the Nile, but let all the girls live.”

The Israelites were interned to slavery for 430 years.

God said to Abram in Genesis (chapter 15 verse 13) God boasts Abram’s people in the future will be enslaved for four hundred years and he will punish the nation responsible.

The time frame from Joseph to the time of Moses this is the same 400 years. This matches some chronologies of the bible.

This becomes the basis of the ‘Biblical Exodus Fraud’.

The period of time between Joseph and the time of Moses is the same – 430 years; then that means the slavery of the Israelites commenced from Joseph’s time. The bible has already shown us how the slavery commenced and Joseph’s method of the people selling themselves for food. So therefore it would have to be understood the new king who did not know Joseph, inherited what Joseph had started. This time frame allows for many people to forget who started the slavery, which was God and Joseph, and to blame the Egyptians who were innocent.

Actual evidence of this incident in Egyptian history has not been verified. 

The new king of Egypt inherited the situation but at the same time recognized the danger of the Israelites. It seems the king knew the Israelites were heading toward taking over Egypt. The reasoning for killing the baby boys, which I might add is repeated later in the Christian story, when Herod kills the first born, may have been to defuse the godly infiltration.

 The killing of anyone by the Egyptians has not been displayed in the bible until now. The only people murdering were God, the chosen people and the Israelites through their God.

During this time a man from the tribe of Levi married a woman of his own tribe and she bore him a son. She hid him for three months. But when she could hide him no longer, she took a basket made of reeds and covered it with tar to make it watertight. She put the baby in it and then placed it in the tall grass at the edge of the river. The baby’s sister stood some distance away to see what would happen to him.

The king’s daughter came down to the river to bathe while her servants walked along the bank. She noticed the basket and sent a slave girl to get it. The princess opened it and saw a baby boy. He was crying and she felt sorry for him. “This is one of the Hebrew babies,” she said. Then his sister asked her, “Shall I go and call a Hebrew woman to nurse the baby for you?” “Please do,” she answered. So the girl went and brought the baby’s own mother. “Take this baby and nurse him for me and I will pay you.” So she took the baby and nursed him. Later when the child was old enough, she took him to the king’s daughter, who adopted him as her own son. “I pulled him out of the water, and so I name him Moses”, she said.

The texts show the king ordered the baby boys to be murdered. This is a double standard as Moses will now be raised by the palace. This may also show evidence of a woman’s soft heart because it was not inherit for the king’s daughter to allow this baby to die. This action clearly shows the Egyptians were not as brutal as the church has led us to believe. If they were as harsh as we have been told then Moses would have been murdered like the other babies. But no, I feel the bible is gently telling us differently.

I will compare the parallel story of Moses and of Sargon the Great from recorded history. Sargon the Great entered the world under similar circumstances as Moses. Sargon lived his life parallel to Moses. I will cover the details of this similarity and perhaps this will bring the biblical information close to history.  

When Moses had grown up, he went out to visit his people, the Hebrews, and he saw how they were forced to do hard labour. He even saw an Egyptian kill a Hebrew, one of Moses own people. Moses looked around and when he saw that no one was watching, he killed the Egyptian and hid his body in the sand.

The next day he went back and saw two Hebrew men fighting. He said to the one who was in the wrong, “Why are you beating up a fellow Hebrew?” The man answered, “Who made you our ruler and judge? Are you going to kill me just as you killed that Egyptian?” Then Moses was afraid and said to himself, “People have found out what I have done.” When the king heard about what had happened, he tried to have Moses killed, but Moses fled and went to live in the land of Midian.

You have to love these people! Moses murders some man just as the Hebrew said, “Who made you ruler and judge?” Certainly the Egyptian did the wrong thing by committing a murder first, but surely Moses had no right to take the decision into his own hands and murder another human being.

Already we have a snap-shot personality profile of Moses. He fled rather than face up to his crime, the coward. This is the man who becomes a religious icon… Our first impression is – ‘Moses is a Murderer’! Again, it is obvious the bible is exposing the dangers of god and his representatives.

 Moses was chosen by god – why? Obviously Moses fitted the requirement by god to do his nasty and evil bidding. Moses the Murderer!

Moses is up there with Joseph the Slave Maker and Abraham and Isaac who Prostituted their wives. Oh and drunk Noah who cursed the future of Canaan – After god boasted destroying all of humanity and the animals and the ones who did survive were burnt as a sacrifice.  Nice god… And still this is tame compared to what is yet to come.

The biblical profile begins to unravel and I find it difficult to find a healthy, happy and loving god within its pages.

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Biblical Joseph commenced Egyptian Slavery – The Fraud Exposed

31 Jan

ImageOver the last three parts I have shown you how Joseph from the direction of his god commenced Slavery in the biblical story of Egypt. In the coming story of Moses and the Exodus it is presumed the innocent Egyptians enslaved the Israelites. They did not. The slavery in the biblical story was the doing of Joseph under the instruction of god.

I refer to this as the biblical story because in comparison from known history it is difficult to match these events exactly. There is obvious evidence of the construction of the pyramids and so on but an exact story of Joseph has not been found. As I have mention previously, it is quite possible that a simple tribe in the corner of history had something like this happen and to make the story sensational, creative license was used. Even so, at a whim I will begin to match some history to the coming events. Although not in its entirety but instead in glimpses.

I don’t think we will ever know or understand the full extent of history, it is has been so mushed up it would be difficult to repiece. But it is not so much repieceing it as to relate how it affects the thinking of many people today. God has been glorified by many people and this is a false reward.

As a recap. Joseph was sold off by his brothers to passing Ishmaelites. He was sold off and eventually landed in prison where through explaining a dream related to famine in Egypt became governor. The bible makes a special effort to constantly include the fact famine was a regular ongoing occurrance. So claiming this as a prophecy or prediction is ridiculous. But rather the bible exposes the prophecy as being false. Famine was a constant. Abraham and then Isaac were redirected because of Famine in their time and now Joseph is making out – it is a big deal.

Piece by piece when you read and comprehended the information contained in the bible it is clear it is opposite to religious adoration. It is easy to see the bible is warning us of the fraud. It is not showing the glory of this god but in fact the dangers and it is full of evidence to support the fraud.   

In the pages of the biblical history, the god figure planted the seed of the Exodus. I would hardly call this a prophecy but rather a premeditated plan – a grand plan of destruction, at that.

God boasted back in Genesis his people would be enslaved for 400 years. The time between Joseph and Moses as quoted in the bible is the same period of time (I will call this quote when I cover the coming stories). The Egyptians did not enslave the Israelites – God did, through Joseph.

A prophecy is not a prediction when it is at the hands of the same source. It is instead a premeditated crime of fraud.

Drum Roll Please.

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Joseph in the Old Testament

25 Jun

There is a story in the Old Testament about a man named Joseph. He was the son of Jacob and Rachel. Jacob was the son of Isaac who was a son of Abraham.

During the time of Abraham, the Lord appeared to Abraham and told him “Your descendants will be strangers in a foreign land, they will be slaves there and will be treated cruelly for 400 hundred years but I will punish the nation that enslaves them”

According to the Jews and Christians the Lord prophesied the future. Except, I have a question. What is a prophesy?

As the story I am about to retell you will reveal – a prophesy is not a prediction of the future but instead a ‘Premeditated Plan’ – a planted seed.

The Premeditated Plan exposed to Abraham is the story of Moses and the Exodus. You may ask, what has this got to do with Joseph?… The answer is ‘everything’!  

Four Hundred years (400) before Moses came on the biblical scene a man named Joseph sought power in Egypt. Joseph was chosen by God to be manipulated into being imprisoned and by helping the king understand his dream was promoted to Governor of Egypt. The dreams the king had repeatedly experienced was about Egypt’s future of seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine. The dream showcases an interesting prediction and this is because the lands of Egypt, Canaan and all surrounding areas constantly suffered famine on an ongoing basis according to the biblical history. Famine was common.  

The Premeditated Plan of the Exodus kicks in with Joseph. God is with Joseph under the pretense of saving the people from hunger. Joseph tells the king he should store up food during the time of plenty so the people will have food for the time of famine. The king is impressed with Joseph and from his prison he is promoted to Governor over all of Egypt.

As Governor and under God’s direction, Joseph collected and stored in each city the foods from the fields around it. After the seven years of plenty – came the seven years of famine.  There was famine in every other country, but there was food throughout Egypt. Joseph opened up all the store houses and sold grain to the Egyptians. People came from all over the world because famine was severe everywhere.

On the surface this story sounds simple. But – it is not. There is no mention in the bible Joseph paid the people who grew the crop when he confiscated the grain to be stored. And yet the people had to buy the grain back. It was during this time Jacob sent his sons to Egypt to buy grain because there was famine also in Canaan. Jacob’s sons were Josephs half brothers. This particular story is extensive so rather than going into details now, I will move onto the part which connects Joseph to Moses. The full story can be obtained from www.decodedseries.com site in ebook form.

After a lot of drama Joseph invites his father Jacob’s family to come and live in Egypt. Meanwhile the people of Egypt  spend all their money on food. Joseph collected all the money and took it back to the palace. The Egyptians weak with hunger  begged Joseph for food. Joseph told them to bring all their livestock in exchange for food.

The following year they came to Joseph and said “We will not hide the fact our money is all gone and our livestock belongs to you, we have nothing left except our bodies and our lands.” Joseph bought all the lands in Egypt in exchange for food. Joseph then made slaves of the people from one end of Egypt to the other. This slavery included Joseph’s whole family who had already arrived in Egypt – the chosen people.

Joseph’s entire family lived in Egypt for 400 years until the birth of Moses and the Exodus. The chosen people were enslaved by Joseph who was Governor of Egypt. Joseph was guided by God.

Four Hundred (400) years later the Egyptians are blamed for enslaving the Jews giving the excuse and reason for God to create the Exodus. The Jews were enslaved by God and Joseph.

Therefore the prediction God  made to Abraham regarding his chosen people being enslaved for 400 years was actually a Premeditated Plan. This was seeded with Joseph. 

A master plan well-organized and executed.   

Amy

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