posted on Jul, 14 2004 @ 07:33 PM
I agree with earlier comments... which god should be chosen to be worshipped by everybody? And then who's to say we should even believe in a god,
per say, when so many believe in aliens and goddesses?
Perhaps the Hebrew God?
When you consider alot of the Jewish community... let me rephrase that... there have been reports made by the Jewish community as to who or how many
gods there actually are, based on the Old Testament... scholars are divided, naturally, but the findings showed that there were three distinct
personalities of 'god', with the actions, treatments, etcetera, towards us mere mortals.
Then, too, is that puzzling word 'Elohim'. Do you except the current belief of the word, or do you lean towards the original meaning... ie, the
Now, that's just the Hebrew.
Let us go in another direction, in that the world already worships one god. Does not the Bible say "I am known by many names, all paths lead onto
Or how about this...
Zoroaster, a Sumerian prophet born of a virgin mother (impregnated by a beam of light from the heavens) was exhiled for teaching of a one, High, god.
His wanderings took him to India, where he helped in the development of Hinduism.
In Mayan culture, a man came to shore, calling himself Itzamna. This prophet was also of virgin birth, was able to raise the dead, cure the sick...
and he taught of a single High God.
Let's not forget about Jesus Christ...
Three distinct areas of leaning, all with their seperate cultures and beliefs, all having prophets of virgin births praising a High God... but here,
too, is a problem.
Meaning, there must be lesser gods, or else it would just be One God, right?
Now, let's look at creation myths... this is where we actually see the One High God...
In Hebrew, the High God (or, Jesus' dad), slew the dragon Rahab.
In Sumerian, Enki split Tiamat in two... Tiamat had stolen the names of the other gods (as any occultist knows, to know the true name of your...
enemy... is to have power over them). Enki had the names given to him. All the gods were born, in one way or another, through the dreams of a
Norse, Thor versus Foom (or whatever its name was). The younger gods (Celtic mythos) fought the Frost Giants... but from where the younger came, I
Mayan, the younger gods had to trap the older gods, which were spawned from the Sleeping God's nightmares, behind the True God...
Greek gods (also the younger) overthrowing the older Titans...
So, then, all of our current, excepted dieties are the younger, off spring of older gods, who were created by the visions of a singular Sleeping
In deciding who to pray to, shouldn't we pray to the Sleeping God? After all, when He wakes up, and the trapped older ones are let loose... well,
use your own imagination.