Originally posted by LeoVirgo
Also, we see Cains offerings of plants to God was not good enough, even though Cains intentions seem to be honest, for Cain was a farmer. Abels
offering were accepted because it was a offering of flesh/blood. We clearly see with the Old Testament that blood was very important to this 'god'.
In fact, it was needed. One could totally get lost in the justification of blood sacrafice. It is repeated over and over. Jesus even tells them, they
were wrong in doing these things.
In fact, Cain's sacrifice was one of blood, for it is he who killed his brother. So Abel killed lambs but respected life, whereas Cain grew crops,
but did not respect life. A dichotomy, the likes of which are through the whole bible.
I care not for people like Sitchin who gaze beyond Akhenaten, the original Elvis, the original pimp daddy, man of the people.
Akhenaten was the original Hamlet, cause he went among his people, and yeah, he was the man in charge of evrything, who tried to smash the power of
the church at that time. He sent his lovely daughters all over the Earth and folded a mystery into history which was only really revealed in the last
century. Now the threads come together.
Originally posted by solomons path
So you're claiming Solomon not only pre-dates Moses, but was his father?
- There never was a Temple in Jeruselum then . . .
- David was NOT a monotheistic ruler but, by blood, Thutmose IV . . . which means David was a polytheistic ruler . . . So, he didn't fight with the
Caananites . . . but, refurbished the Sphinx and was responsible for the "Dream Stele"?
Yes, I am describing that situation, as it seems more likely than believing in false histories made up by priests of the "second" temple. I think
they had to continue the damnation (removal from history) of Akhenaten, history's greatest rebel.
Moses wrote the torah, and in fact, he was the second born son, his older brother had been assasinated. Akhenaten had to be hidden away (among his
ancestors in the north, protected by his mother Tiye, until emerging as a young man to assume the throne. He hid her in the Torah as the biblical
Miriam, who hides Moses and arranges his education and youth.
Where is this Solomon you speak of? Where is one shred of history for this "Greatest King" ...No, it is surely Amenhotep III, the "Gleaming Sun
Disc", Akhenaten's father, husband to Tiye, Daughter of Yuya, who is the historical Solomon. His power was unrivalled at that time and all manner
of other kingdoms curried his favor. Before the Amrna Heresy and the beginning of the end of Egypt, it was Amenhotep III who was the agent of
monotheism, and the stage was set for Akhenaten's revolt against the priests.
Akhenaten opened himself up to the people, as did Jesus. Jesus loved women, as did Akhenaten. Jesus could not have hoped to be even one ounce
cooler, than Akhenaten was, and he knew full well what was owed to Moses, and surely he preached this his whole life, therefore fulfilling Moses'
Can you not see the bloodthirst in today's Christ worship? People have placed themselves in the position of being the vulture who pecks at
Prometheus' liver. Let him off the rock and let him dance and be a real person, I say.
It is not enough, that today's Christian DEMANDS that it is Almighty God himself who came to Earth? No, for todays Christian also DEMANDS that God
then become a sacrifice. Today's Christian is all about human sacrifice and cannot comprehend the idea of a world where blood sacrifices are not
needed. The cross itself is an item which is made to be dripping blood. Don't people see what world they've made?
Here's an ostrich feather fan from Tut's tomb, and as with several items in Tut's tomb, it belonged to his family. It has been dated to the reign
of his Grandfather, Amenhotep III aka Solomon.
I prefer the ankh, to the cross. The ankh seems to be more about life whereas the cross is about death and blood.
[edit on 5-10-2008 by smallpeeps]