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The gods of antiquity

21 Mar

ImageThe origin of the gods of antiquity and the god of today can be matched with the history of the Pharaohs. This comparison can be connected between history and the bible with the Pharaoh’s of ancient Egypt.

Winged Creatures were carved in gold on the burial sarcophagus of the Pharaoh’s. Winged Creatures carved in gold, guarded the covenant box in the bible.

This is easily interpreted as the Pharaoh’s being representative of God from the bible. Therefore the Covenant Box being one and the same as the sarcophagus of the Pharaoh.    

The Winged Creatures carved on the Pharaoh’s sarcophagus and the Winged Creatures guarding the Covenant Box link with the Winged Creatures that guarded and held hostage the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden. Knowledge of the construction of Pyramids of that time, have also been lost.  

The Winged Creatures have also been identified with medical science in antiquity. The Winged Creatures and the double Snake wrapped around the sword, representing perhaps the double helix of our DNA. Some symbols show a single snake wrapped around the sword – does this mean our DNA was tampered with and damaged by the god/s? A sword is also represented as an alternative of the Winged Creatures and if you recall in the Garden of Eden it was both the Winged Creatures and Flaming Sword which held the Tree of Knowledge hostage from humanity. The Winged Creatures over the double snake and single snake wrapped around the sword is still in use today as a representative of medicine.

So was the snake in the Garden of Eden not the devil but perhaps representative of the original knowledge of the people of earth. The snake encouraged Eve who encouraged Adam to eat the fruit of knowledge. Maybe this is because it was the only way knowledge could be preserved. The snake was not evil but instead encouraged the birthright of knowledge. And it took a woman to recognize this importance – fascinating.     

Moses was descendant from Adam and Eve. The Garden of Eden was the second creation story in the bible which brought to the world a single dominating God.

As I mentioned before the bible shows two creation stories, the first one being the Seven Days of Creation, which matches Revelation, the First Living creature who called out the First Horseman and the activities of the Pharaoh Kings.   

Moses from the bible aligns with Sargon the Great from secular history showing parallel lives and match with the second creation story of Adam and Eve and Revelation – This being the Second Living Creature who called out the Second Horseman.   

The Vatican uses the ‘Bull’ as an administrative symbol and an Obelisk from Egypt is positioned in the Vatican grounds perhaps representing victory by the gods. The Bull represents Monotheism and the Second creation story and the Second Living Creature who called out the Second Horseman.

Revelation – the story of ancient biblical history

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After Sargon/Moses

19 Mar

ImageHistory moved through the evolution from the entry point of Sargon the Great who matches Moses in the bible with the Assyrians in recorded history who had supposedly inhibited north Mesopotamia for more than four thousand years.

If you cross reference the bible it is noted that in Genesis and more directly that Isaac was to marry a girl from Abraham’s home in Mesopotamia which connects recorded history with the activities in the bible.

Moving down the generations from 885 to 860 BCE Ashurnasirpal II took power and proved to be a ruthless emperor who used fear to manipulate his enemy and a military power that used warships, chariots and war inventions to conquer and control the known world.

He captured and tortured his victims in a brutal bloodbath. He brutally punished those who refused to pay taxes. Babylonia would not give into Assyria and a mutual respect was maintained.

Historians believe the bible (Old Testament) was written since this period and this joins the biblical and recorded history together.

Ashurbanipal ruled in 669 BCE from Egypt to Persia. He became a cultured ruler and sent out orders for all the literary works to be brought to his palace where he set up the world’s first library. This amounted to around 20,000 texts from the schools.

His most precious possession was the 300 Omen Texts which he understood predicted the future. An interesting reference in these texts was the stars of Orion.

‘If the constellation of Aries is faint the king will encounter misery but if the stars of Orion sparkle someone influential will gain too much power and start evil deeds.’

This verse aligns with the Great Pyramid, the Sphinx, and religion today. Its influence and control, points to 11,000 BCE in the Age of Leo where these monuments align with the Constellation of Orion and the God’s of the First Time through the Gateway of the Stars.

Jesus aligns with Aries, who the bible admits was born around 4BCE or earlier and Jesus encountered misery when he supposedly died on the cross.

The stories of early kings reflect biblical history in their comparisons. Moses and Sargon the Great align with such similarity it could be considered identical stories. The Laws of Moses and the Laws of Hammurabi mirror similarities that should not be ignored.

King Solomon 970 – 930 BCE who had wisdom, knowledge and insight will match Ashurbanipal who ruled in 669 BCE and became a cultural ruler and set up the first Library.

The names are merely different but the order and activity of the biblical history matches the order and activity of recorded history. This in turn matches ‘Revelation’ which as I explained earlier is about the biblical history and not the future.

Our modern day calendar system has caused confusion. Many of the dates in antiquity can still be challenged because there is no clear reference for accuracy. The slippery pieces of history do form a puzzle with a clear picture at the end because the order of activities in history and the bible match. Recorded history comes together in an obvious picture with the biblical history when the Jews are exiled.

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History beyond Sargon the Great Part 3

18 Mar

ImageIn 1792 BCE Hammurabi became the greatest ruler of Babylon and ruled for forty three years. He took hostages for ransom conquering from the Persian Gulf to Syria. He set up a justice system setting about making commercial and family laws. His guidelines mirror those of Moses’ Laws and reflect the eye for an eye as in the biblical history. Hammurabi’s laws were comprehensive and southern Mesopotamia became Babylonia. This became a political and cultural centre.

The extension of the rein of Sargon to the time of Hammurabi was the introduction of Laws which reflects Moses’ Laws. The Era of Sargon is the Age of Taurus the Bull. The time of Moses in the bible reflects the Age of Taurus the Bull because the people worship the Bull calf. You will also observe when you read the full texts of the bible that Moses seems to unrealistically live for a very long time in the desert. Many generations pass who are murdered by God and replaced by the descendants who eventually make it to the Promised Land. In an unnatural sense Moses survives this journey of generations to make it to the Promised Land where he eventually dies an old man except the mathematics of his age does not correspond with the dialogue thus contradicting Moses age at death.

This is also reflected at the beginning of Moses’ journey when God had instructed him to return to Egypt because everyone who wanted to kill him was dead. This allows the thought that there was a large time frame between the time Moses left Egypt and the time of his return in which he was unknown. This matches with recorded history where the Laws were set up later in the time of Hammurabi in 1792 BCE, and emphasizes a large time period between Sargon and Hammurabi.

In some of the biblical texts Moses existed around 1250 BCE. In some other theological records he existed around 1500 BCE. This is because Moses’ time frame travelled onto later generations.

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History beyond Sargon the Great Part 2

17 Mar

ImageSargon became powerful during his time, taking control and commencing an army which invaded the states. He became the first king in the world to take over and invade other lands.

Sargon’s army grew to around 5400 men and this presented a problem to maintain. Sargon the Great commenced what is known today as plundering the wealth of others to sustain and feed his army.

In comparison, Moses, when he moved his people out of Egypt, the Israelites, under the instruction of God, plundered the wealth of the Egyptian people.

During the time of Sargon, trade flourished with merchants going from Sumer to the extremes of the east and the west.

Sargon died in 2279 BCE and his dynasty lasted a further eighty two years. Rimush, his son inherited the empire but was faced with unrest from the people. This unrest continued after his death when his brother took the throne.  Little survives of this history.

The Akkadian Empire fell in 2197 BCE. During his reign Sargon conquered many cities north of Mesopotamia and north Syria to south east Turkey over a fifty six year period. He was the first king to take over other nations instigating war and to create the first world empire in the known world.

This compares with Moses who conquered many cities. Moses instigated war in the bible.

After the fall of the Akkadian empire the kings of Ur gained stability. A group called the Amorites who were barbaric and lived in tents, terrorized the Mesopotamians until eventually blending with them and becoming civilized. They eventually established cities and were elevated to kings.

After Moses moved his people through the desert for forty years, he overpowered and settled in the places God had promised. Eventually, these people established their cities and were elevated to kings.

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History beyond Sargon the Great Part 1

17 Mar

ImageThe story of Moses and Sargon the Great, although I have done a basic coverage bears for further coverage and recap so I can continue the time line.

Outside the bible there is no true historical record of Moses or the Exodus. On the other hand, the life of Sargon the Great who lived during the time of Taurus the Bull resembles similarities to Moses. As I mentioned before the use of astronomy in antiquity was the method of time. And since the bible also speaks in the language of astronomy particularly when Moses sacrificed the Bull Calf and/or the people worshiped it, places Sargon the Great in the same time frame.   

Sargon the Great (of Akkad) 2334-2279 BCE during the time of Taurus the Bull, was considered to be the first great ruler and the first great military tactician.

According to legend, Sargon was born illegitimate to a priestess. He was placed in a basket and left floating in a river. Sargon was later found by a poor Summerian farmer who raised him. The Summerian farmer trained the young boy to be the palace gardener and Sargon joined the service of the king. The king at the time, King Ur-Zababa of Kish, noticed the young man and appointed him to be his personal cup bearer. This was a position of high esteem.

Prior to Sargon in 3500 BCE the first cities known to earth were in southern Mesopotamia called Uruk and Ur. The earliest writing system, kings and political states were formed and by 2900 BCE Mesopotamia had around thirty states advanced in agriculture. Mesopotamia has been identified in the bible as the location Abraham instructed his son Isaac to find his wife amongst his relatives.

By the time Sargon was born, the cities of Sumeria had already sprouted quite a legacy of intercity warfare, and evidence of this has been found in graves. The first chariot was used extensively, and the Sumerians used them in their growing military.

Sargon the Great of Akkad has been credited for creating the first empire in Mesopotamia. Sargon boasted he won thirty-four battles. After some years of peace, Sargon continued his wars. Sargon has been credited to being the first to use amphibious warfare in recorded history.

Sargon was victorious and has been recorded for his ability to coordinate army movements and to improvise tactics. His method in arms strategy, siege warfare, intelligence, and the ability to work with reconnaissance made him a significant warrior. After Sargon’s conquest of Sumer, the area enjoyed a relatively peaceful and prosperous period.

Sargon was known for his invasion of Egypt, amongst other cities and moving his people from location to alternate locations in his quest.

Moses was also known for causing war with the Egyptians and moving the chosen people from place to place until they settled.

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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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Moses Part 5

9 Feb

ImageThen Moses led the people of Israel away from the Red Sea into the desert of Shur. For three days they walked through the desert, but found no water. They came to Marah, where there was water but it was so bitter they could not drink it. The Lord showed Moses a piece of wood, which he threw into the water, and the water became fit to drink. (The piece of wood appears to be a device of some sort which the author possibly struggled to explain).

There the Lord gave them the laws to live by, and there he also tested them. He said, “If you will obey me completely by doing what I consider right and by keeping my commands, I will not punish you with any of the diseases that I brought on the Egyptians. I am the Lord the one who heals you.”

Next they came to Elim; where there were twelve springs and seventy palm trees. There they camped by the water.

This is where the Lord exerts greater control over the Israelites. God has led them out of Egypt and now he expects them to pay him back by following his commands. God does not say he loves these people but instead commands them to obey by threatening them with punishment equal to what the Egyptians received if they don’t obey.

This reinforces why God led Joseph to Egypt and how he cleverly planned the Exodus. There is no unconditional love instead God hands out conditions threatening their survival.

The Israelites have now been taken hostage by God and ‘Fear’ has been employed to hold them in God’s power…  

We must have compassion for the way in which these Israelites were mistreated by God and why they became a nation of people who roamed the earth like nomads, lost. They lost their identity to God.

If God had been as almighty as he sells himself to be, then this community of chosen people would be living the results of God’s promises instead of being torn in turmoil.

This last quote brings in the concept of ‘Laws’. Included within this structure are ‘Commands’. Laws and Commands imply absolute control with no element of choice. Reflected today humanity lives within this same structure in mainstream society. Humanity does have the ability to live by ‘guidelines’ and this would release the population from being held hostage within a restricted system.

To return to the story; There in the desert they all complained to Moses and Aaron, “We wish that the Lord had killed us in Egypt. There we could at least sit down and eat meat and as much other food as we wanted. But you have brought us out into this desert to starve us all to death.”

The Lord said to Moses, “Now I am going to cause food to rain down from the sky for all of you. The people must go out every day and gather enough for that day. In this way I can test them to find out if they will follow my instructions.” Moses said to Aaron, “Tell the whole community to come and stand before the Lord, because he has heard their complaints”. As Aaron spoke to the whole community, they turned toward the desert, and suddenly the dazzling light of the Lord appeared in a cloud. “Tell them” said the Lord “that at twilight they will have meat to eat, and in the morning they will have all the bread they want”.

In the evening a large flock of quails flew in, enough to cover the camp. When the dew evaporated, there was something thin and flaky on the surface of the desert. “This is the food that the Lord has given you to eat,” Moses said to them. The people of Israel called the food manna. It was like a small white seed, and tasted like thin cakes made with honey.

Moses said to Aaron, “Take a jar put two quarts of manna in it and place it in the Lord’s presence to be kept for our descendants”. Aaron put it in front of the Covenant Box, so that it could be kept safe.

The Israelites ate Manna for the next forty years until they reached the land of Canaan, where they settled.

From that moment they only survived on the manna; God reduced the Israelites to a diet unfamiliar to them. God controlled their food supply which limited their freedom.

God started grooming the hostages of humanity toward cruelty, breaking their spirit and preparing them toward controlled slavery.

The dazzling white light in a cloud leads toward a lot of speculation and you can run with whatever you like on this, some people may even go as far as suggesting it is a UFO of some sort. I care not of what it was but only enhances a great deal of creative licence, although if proven I would not discount the UFO theory. 

Also, note the Covenant Box has been mentioned, however it is not supposed to be built until a later time in the desert. Many people overlook this detail. Yes the Covenant Box was already with them and yet the texts will later expose how God instructs Moses to build it. Perhaps this is a temporary one until Moses build’s his own!

The bible has not made an error, but instead highlights the fact the Covenant Box was used as a method of communication between God and Moses. The Covenant Box is an interesting object and this questions its real purpose. We understand it holds the tablets of the commandments, but again, this event has not yet happened.

The bible is showing us clearly there is no magic, miracles or mystery but precise logic. God is talking to Moses by way of communication through the Covenant Box described as the ‘Lord’s Presence’. I have considered this as being a way of explaining the voice communication – perhaps. Also, later descriptions lead to this analysis, which I will cover as the story progresses.

Maybe the authors of the bible struggled to explain these unusual events because it was technologically beyond their comprehension. This only highlights an invasion on our world and strengthens the idea of an intruder. Who and what this intruder was are still open for debate. Again there is no evidence to verify these biblical events except the scripts written in the seventh century BCE.

A couple of blogs back I showed information about an advanced civilization which was unearthed in many places around the world. It is possible there was a form of ancient technology and the fear idea of god was incorporated for a system of domination. These people may have sought that some ancient technology beyond their understanding represented a godly idea.

I think a lot of things will eventually be explained. And even perhaps the idea of UFO’s could come back to being of manmade origin, along with god. We have not yet unearthed the answers yet. The answers could be buried beneath volcanic rock or even ice. After saying that, the thought of life elsewhere in the universe is possible, I doubt we are the only living planet.

You will notice the Israelites are struggling to survive and God waits until they beg for food before feeding them. The Lord is very up front in expressing that this is a test of endurance.

God knows the people cannot return to Egypt because of the circumstances under which they left so he has them completely at his mercy.

God has made it very clear these people must follow his commands or they face his punishment. There is no ‘Free Will’ when there are threats attached.

 The whole Israelite community left the desert of Sin, moving from one place to another at the command of the Lord. They complained to Moses, “Give us water to drink.” Moses answered, “Why are you complaining? Why are you putting the Lord to test?” But the people were very thirsty and continued to complain to Moses. They said, “Why did you bring us out of Egypt? So you can kill us and our children and our livestock with thirst!”

The Lord said to Moses, “Take some of the leaders of Israel, take along the stick with which you struck the Nile. I will stand before you on a rock at Mount Sinai. Strike the rock and water will come out of it for the people to drink.” And so it happened. 

The commencement of endurance and obedience from the Israelites was initialized by Moses.

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Moses vs Sargon the Great

3 Feb

ImageSargon the Great (of Akkad) 2334-2279 BCE was considered to be the first great ruler and the first great military tactician.

According to legend, Sargon was born illegitimate to a priestess. He was placed in a basket and left floating in a river. Sargon was later found by a poor Summerian farmer who raised him. The Summerian farmer trained the young boy to be the palace gardener and Sargon joined the service of the king. The king at the time, King Ur-Zababa of Kish, noticed the young man and appointed him to be his personal cup bearer. This was a position of high esteem.

Prior to Sargon in 3500 BCE the first cities known to earth were in southern Mesopotamia called Uruk and Ur. The earliest writing system, kings and political states were formed and by 2900 BCE Mesopotamia had around thirty states advanced in agriculture. Mesopotamia has been identified in the bible as the location Abraham instructed his son Isaac to find his wife amongst his relatives.

By the time Sargon was born, the cities of Sumeria had already sprouted quite a legacy of intercity warfare, and evidence of this has been found in graves. The first chariot was used extensively, and the Sumerians used them in their growing military.

Sargon the Great of Akkad has been credited for creating the first empire in Mesopotamia. Sargon boasted he won thirty-four battles. After some years of peace, Sargon continued his wars. Sargon has been credited to being the first to use amphibious warfare in recorded history.

Sargon was victorious and has been recorded for his ability to coordinate army movements and to improvise tactics. His method in arms strategy, siege warfare, intelligence, and the ability to work with reconnaissance made him a significant warrior. After Sargon’s conquest of Sumer, the area enjoyed a relatively peaceful and prosperous period.

Sargon was known for his invasion of Egypt, amongst other cities and moving his people from location to alternate locations in his quest.

Moses was also known for causing war with the Egyptians and moving the chosen people from place to place until they settled.

Sargon became powerful during his time, taking control and commencing an army which invaded the states. He became the first king in the world to take over and invade other lands.

Sargon’s army grew to around 5400 men and this presented a problem to maintain. Sargon the Great commenced what is known today as plundering the wealth of others to sustain and feed his army.

In comparison, Moses, when he moved his people out of Egypt, the Israelites, under the instruction of God, plundered the wealth of the Egyptian people to sustain his people.

During the time of Sargon, trade flourished with merchants going from Sumer to the extremes of the east and the west.

Sargon died in 2279 BCE and his dynasty lasted a further eighty two years. Rimush, his son inherited the empire but was faced with unrest from the people. This unrest continued after his death when his brother took the throne.  Little survives of this history.

The Akkadian Empire fell in 2197 BCE. During his reign Sargon conquered many cities north of Mesopotamia and north Syria to south east Turkey over a fifty six year period. He was the first king to take over other nations instigating war and to create the first world empire in the known world.

This compares with Moses who conquered many cities. Moses instigated war in the bible. The areas conquered by Sargon compare with the places conquered by Moses.

Is the bible telling the story of Sargon with the name changed to biblical Moses?

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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 – Part 3 and the start of Slavery in Egypt

30 Jan

ImageHunger and famine was the ideal opportunity to take advantage of the Egyptian people. Joseph the new governor of Egypt under the supposed instruction from god worked in a mysteries and unethical way. In the bible it does not state the Egyptian people were bad, in fact it shows the Egyptians as harmonious and obeyed their godly leader Joseph. God, through Joseph influenced the behaviour of the Egyptians and yet the Egyptians are blamed for the slavery and this is wrong. Allow me to explain.

The famine was so severe that there was no food anywhere and the people of Egypt and Canaan, weak with hunger, purchased the grain. Joseph collected all the money and took it to the palace.

When all the money in Egypt and Canaan was spent, the Egyptians came to Joseph and said, “Give us food!  Don’t let us die. Do something, our money is all gone.” Joseph answered, “Bring your livestock I will give you food in exchange for it if your money is all gone.” That year he supplied them with food in exchange for all their livestock.

The following year they came to him, and said, “We will not hide the fact from you, sir, that our money is all gone and our livestock belongs to you. There is nothing left to give you except our bodies and our lands. Don’t let us die. Buy us and our land in exchange for food.” Joseph bought all the land in Egypt for the king. Every Egyptian was forced to sell his land, because the famine was so severe and all the land became the king’s property.

Joseph made slaves of the people from one end of Egypt to the other. The only land he did not buy was the land belonging to the priests, because the king gave them an allowance to live on.

Joseph said to the people, “I have now bought you and your lands for the king. Here is seed for you to sow in your fields. At the time of harvest you must give one-fifth to the king. You can use the rest for seed and for food for yourselves and your families”. They answered, “You have saved our lives, you have been good to us and we will be the king’s slaves.” So Joseph made it a law for the land of Egypt that one-fifth of the harvest should belong to the king. This law still remains in force today.

What type of power is it when one person holds control over a nation of people with their lives? Joseph came to them with nothing but with the slick movement of the convincing tongue; they have sold themselves as slaves to survive.

This section of the bible brings into perspective the governing principle over every land on earth today. Those in power have the mindset that the land occupied by civilians ultimately is controlled and owned by the governments… Earth belongs to no-one – we are purely custodians.

Further, humanity had no choice but to hand over their bodies and therefore their lives to the leaders so that every human being on this earth is controlled and governed without choice. This is a reality which many people will struggle to comprehend. Our ancestors were forced to give up their rights as human beings.

What puzzles me is Joseph was smart enough to take the grain and keep it during the time of the Plenty for the Famine. And yet he was not smart enough to work out a way for the people of Egypt to be fed without draining them of all their finances obliging them to surrender themselves to him as slaves – but of course this was God’s plan so he could eventually conquer and control humanity. This becomes the basis of the Exodus.

It could be suggested the Egyptians should not have been so foolish to allow it to happen in the first instance. Through no fault of their own, the Egyptians were vulnerable to trust in someone who pretended to care… God and Joseph had a hidden agenda.

This could be an example of the beginning of ‘Blind Faith’ and where it can lead you.

Taxation

The bible credits God for initiating Taxation and forced human control called slavery. God through Joseph commenced the tax system by bleeding the Egyptians of one-fifth of the harvest. Then slavery is confirmed and acknowledged by God when the people through desperation sold themselves in exchange for food in a need to survive. Although Egyptian history shows a working community during the construction of the pyramids, this can also be recognized as a form of slavery.  

Excessive taxation upon humanity to uphold a glamorous lifestyle for leaders and to fuel wars for profit puts God in the spotlight. Taxation has bled humanity beyond what is necessary. Taxation in itself to support a community is necessary at this moment but excessive taxation should be questioned.

Politics is not separate from religion. Politics is religion and religion is politics…  

Taxation was used as a system to manipulate the people in surrendering their money through deception. The system employed by Joseph caused the people to surrender everything including the control of their lives which gave the king wealth and power. Slavery in the bible shows the reader how it was achieved by God because God was with Joseph. Although slavery had already been endorsed by God in the previous stories, this story combines it with the system of taxation and total human control.

All this is strong evidence of the infiltration of an invading God who sought to take control of people through deception. The people of Egypt honoured Joseph as he took possession of their lives. Slavery takes on a new meaning here, where it is understood the master owns another human being. And it still exists today on many levels. In fact we are all slaves to the system of earth.                        

We must ask what God and Joseph achieved in Egypt. As a preview I want you to keep this is mind when God leads Moses out of Egypt after 430 years of slavery. What influence commenced the idea of this harsh ruling and slavery? Keep in mind the bible has placed a marker. The Chosen People came to Egypt before the people gave themselves as slaves for food. And since Joseph made slaves from one end of Egypt to the other (excluding the priests) then this includes Joseph’s family. Joseph’s family were the start of the Israelites because God called his father Jacob – Israel.  

Keep in the back of your mind Joseph had children with an Egyptian woman setting the scene for his descendants to infiltrate the power of Egypt to which Joseph had already established. Joseph’s own extended family also lived in Egypt and as with Joseph, be able to intermarry.

Their descendants, the Israelites, will be the people to whom Moses will save under God’s direction. Egypt will be blamed for the slavery of the Israelites and yet we have proof it was not the Egyptians but Joseph who instigated slavery through manipulation.

God creates the problem and then provides the solution which eventually becomes a war and an Exodus when Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt – the people enslaved by Joseph.

Now if God is truly the creator then he would already have control over earth. Instead these scripts demonstrate over and over again his prophets/chosen people had to infiltrate the lands of earth to gain control. This is an important contradiction the religious population fail to see. The failure has been to observe God had to infiltrate lands that were already occupied; hence it was not God’s in the first place, otherwise why the drama? You don’t need to infiltrate lands you have created!

The corruption of our civilization is evident in the actions of God in the bible.

Some time later Joseph was told his father was ill. Jacob blessed Joseph’s sons as he was about to die. The king said, “Go bury your father as you promised you would.” Joseph continued to live in Egypt with his father’s family; he was a hundred and ten years old when he died.

It is important to note the Israelites were victims of God and this struggle is obvious in many of the later scriptures where they fail to remain faithful to God. This is where ‘Fear’ is introduced to maintain control during the story of the Exodus.

The Israelites were interned to slavery for 430 years.

Let’s do a spot of calculations. 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.

If you consider 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’.

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