posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 05:50 PM
I believe there is a different god for every aeon/age.
Accepting that as true, consider that the previous god, the one of the Old Testament, ruled in the Age of Taurus (the bull), which began around c.
4300 BC, according to Neil Mann.
The Age of Taurus ended roughly around the time of Moses, meaning that the God of Genesis was replaced by the God of Exodus in his lifetime. This
would explain why, in Genesis, God has considerably few rules, but, in Exodus and beyond, God issues frequent demands. He was a new, more totalitarian
god, who chose Moses as his prophet.
In Moses' time, the Ancient Jews are said to have worshipped a calf, the symbol of the Taurian age. Naturally, Moses, being a servant of the new God
of the Age of Aries (the ram) was enraged.
Next would have come the God of Pisces (the fishes), around AD 1. He was the turn-the-other-cheek God of Christ, who, sure enough, made the fish his
symbol, and had many fisherman as disciples.
[edit on 20-4-2010 by TruthOverload]