posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 05:15 PM
Your link is broken. It should be transcendpolarisation.webs.com...
The Website is factually incorrect in many places. Moreover, it uses not-so-subtle innuendo to make other religions (other than Christianity, of
course) seem sinister. For example, it refers to five-pointed stars being used in many of the symbols of Islam (such as the star and crescent).
These are generally five-pointed stars, which the author claims is an "occult" symbol. Yes, it is. And it is also a very common symbol in other
contexts, both religious and non-religious.
It's something like saying someone must be an occultist, because he drank milk as a kid, and any occultist kids drank milk when they were kids. The
logic is flawed.
Abraham is the patriarch of the Abrahamic religions, as you might guess from the name. Those religions are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Islam
goes back to Ishmael. Christianity and Judaism go back to Isaac. Ishmael and Isaac were Abraham's sons.
The truth about Abraham may very well be that he never existed as a historical figure, but is a melding of different historical or mythical men.
Using the "truth" about Abraham to knock other religions is uncalled for.