posted on Sep, 25 2016 @ 12:35 AM
Genesis clearly refers to two 'gods', by comparison with Mesopotamian texts they can be identified as the brutal Enlil - the 'LORD" of "LORD God"- and
the benevolent creator of human beings Enki, "God" also known as the "God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob."
The Islamic god is neither of these, but he is identifiable as a Sumerian god named Nannah.
"In modern Islam the name of their god is 'Allah', and they identify this god as the same as the god of the Jews, 'Yahweh', and they also embrace
Jesus as one of the prophets, although a lesser prophet compared to Muhammad. According to the generally accepted accounts, Muhammad was born around
570AD, and received a vision and a calling from Allah. Muslims consider Islam as a continuation of the Jewish and Christian religions, however the
physical evidence contradicts this claim.
“In ancient Arabia, the sun-god was viewed as a female goddess and the moon as the male god. As has been pointed out by many scholars as Alfred
Guilluame, the Moon god was called by various names, one of which was Allah” (Islam: Beliefs and Observations, New York: Barrons, 1987, Pg.7)
“There is no reason, therefore, to accept the idea that Allah passed to the Muslims from the Christians and Jews” (ibid. Pg.28)
“Ilah .. appears in pre-Islamic poetry .. By frequency of usage, al-ilah was contracted to allah, frequently attested to in pre-Islamic poetry”
(Encyclopedia of Islam, eds. Lewis, Menage, Pellat, Schacht; Leiden: E.J.Brill, 1971, III, Pg.1093) “Allah was known to the pre-Islamic
Arabs; he was one of the Meccan deities” (Encyclopedia of Islam, ed. Gibb, I, Pg.406)
“The name Allah is also evident in archaeological and literary remains of pre-Islamic Arabia”. (The Call of the Minaret, New York: OUP,
1956, Pg. 31) During the time of Muhammad, the worship of the Sumerian god named Nanna (Sin), was extensive throughout Arabia, and his name appears
as Ilah, or al-ilah and eventually Allah. He was worshiped as the head of a cosmological trinity, and therefore Nanna may in fact represent planet
Jupiter - rather than the actual moon.
The general conclusion of these sources is that Allah was not a new god, but rather he was already widely worshiped. The new part of the Mohammad's
message, was that Allah was the only god, and that his wife and daughters and any other gods were to be erased. This is similar to the methods used
by Enlil in biblical Genesis, where he claims responsibility for the actions of Enki. Aside from this general information about Nanna's astronomical
identity, there seems to be little to identify his character.
The symbol for Nanna was the crescent moon, and this is the symbol that appears on so many flags from this region, and notably appears above Islamic
mosques. While this purports to be a religion of peace, it is difficult to reconcile this claim with the story of its foundation. The story of Islam
began with armed conflict between Mohammad and his followers and local Meccan tribes. This continued for many years, finally Muhammad gathered an
army and marched on the city of Mecca and conquered it in 629AD. If we compare this to the story of Christ, then there is no correlation, we cannot
imagine Christ leading an army and conquering people by force.
The clear association with the Sumerian god Nanna precludes the Islamic god Allah from being related to either Sumerian Enki, or to his son (Marduk -
Christ). Therefore this religion is definitely not related to the Christian gods Enki and Christ, but might be related to the Jewish god Enlil. The
Jewish religion rejects Christ entirely and waits on a new Messiah, most Christian religions replace the father of Christ with Enlil (the Devil), and
the Catholic religion goes further and replaces his mother with Sumerian Inanna (Lucifer). The Islamic religion on the other hand simply treats
Christ as insignificant, he is replaced by Mohammad who is considered the more significant figure, and this serves to obliterate Christs message."
The previous passages were excerpted from my as yet unpublished book, "Cataclysms of the Zodiac: Of Gods and Men" (Volume IV) by Matthew Freeman. So
far only Volume I (Cataclysms of the Zodiac: The Lost Ages) has been published.
What was the message of Christ did he literally exist?. Why was he crucified, why was he raised from the dead - what does it all mean? To understand
anything - we need to start at the very beginning. That means we need an understanding of the history of our solar system and the history of
I have resolved to post my entire first book (Cataclysms of the Zodiac: The Lost Ages) on this website over a period of time - it answers most of the
main questions that have troubled us, and I hope it may help to resolve many of the conflicts that have arisen through superstitious beliefs and
ignorance of our own past.