reply to post by Iason321
I have no other Gods beside Yahweh Christ.
Yahweh. Have you studied on Yahweh? A little knowledge for you.
The words "Jehovah" and "Yahweh" both came from the same root word. Both words are an erroneous
(a transliteration is the representation of the letters of a
word from one alphabet using a different alphabet).
The four Canaanite-Hebrew letters *Yodh, Heh, Waw, Heh* are correctly transliterated in Roman (Latin) letters as YHWH and erroneously transliterated
as JHVH. The erroneous four letter Romanized (Latinized) version, JHVH was rendered as "JEHOVAH."
Originally, these four consonants [in YHWH] represented the four members of the Heavenly Family: Y represented El the Father; H was Asherah the
Mother; W corresponded to He the Son; and H was the Daughter Anath.
Some scholars acknowledge that the Name Yahweh comes from the Cannanite Dragon God Yaw. In Exodous, Yahweh flies ahead of the Israelites to burn away
impassable briars and scorpions. He marks the route by spewing smoke and fire. He is specifically described spewing fire from his mouth and smoke from
his nostrils, exactly like the Dragon like Leviathan that the Bible states he "plays" with. Many biblical passages imply that Yahweh physically
consumed his meat offerings unlike the "fake" gods of other cultures. The Bible is very specific that Yahweh wanted salt on his meat as well,
suggesting these offerings were physically consumed and not merely burned to ashes in a fire. Yahweh occasionally "consumes" humans as well, to
include two of Aaron's sons who prepared a sacrifice wrong. Moses presents Yahweh with 32 Midianite virgins after the Israelite destruction of this
tribe. No more is said of them so we can only assume they were "consumed" like Aaron's sons.
In scripture, Yahweh demanded the first born of all Israelites, but the Bible says it was possible to pay him money instead, on a sliding scale, also
indicating the universal Dragon love of hoarding treasure. Yahweh is described with "feathers", as depicted on most of the most ancient Dragon wings
and this idea lasted until medieval times, after which Dragons became less commonly seen.
Here is a description of Yahweh, the God of the Old Testament:
"There went up a smoke out of his [Yahweh] nostrils, and fire out of his mouth devoured: coals were kindled by it."
(Psalm 18:8, 2 Samuel 22:9)
Here is a description of the Leviathan:
"Out of his [Leviathan] nostrils goeth smoke, as out of a seething pot or caldron.21 His breath kindleth coals, and a flame goeth out of his mouth."
Don't you think you owe Jesus an apology? Jesus stated the Pharisees were worshipping a creature that was NOT his father. Many Christians claim Jesus
meant Satan, but this does not make sense, for the Jews clearly worshipped Yahweh and clearly recognized Satan as a distinctly different creature
which they definitely did not worship. Could Jesus have been referring to the Yahweh Dragon? After all he did not call to Yahweh from the cross, but
to El. The first paragraphs of the Bible show these are two different entities, for El's creation story is completely different from Yahweh's, far
less scientific one.