Originally posted by LightAssassin
reply to post by lonewolf19792000
The 'Lord of Hosts' IMO is not the Ultimate God, and certainly has more possibility of being the leader of said nephilim who built these megalithic
edit on 24-10-2012 by LightAssassin because: (no reason given)
It must be understood that the term Baal is titular in its usage more so than a name for a specific god. As "Baal" means "Lord". It is also clear
that the Sumerian god Enki (EN.KI) was variously known as Enki the Wise, Lord of the Earth and simply Lord. As His name is composed of two parts, EN
meaning "Lord" and KI meaning "Earth". It is because of this that we find one of the largest mistakes of the Book of Genesis, presenting the
"Lord God" and the Lord as the same entity.
Note that this is a problem amongst a people who believe that any use of the words "lord" or "god" refer specifically to one god (i.e., their god)
- it is a monotheistic problem. Just as Satanists are derailed in their search for the many incarnations of the Prince of Darkness in history when
they find a god like Yahweh who slaughters humans and children and calls down war and pestilence upon man, they mistakenly believe the god to be yet
another incarnation of Satan. In such cases Satanists are going off the misperception that Satan can be found by the attributes bestowed upon Him by
the Christians - i.e., the endorsement of horrible actions by a deity must mean that the deity is a devil, in the sense of being akin to the Devil -
just as the Christians believe that the term "Lord" as it is used in the Bible must always refer to their god.
Remember that the enemy of humans - the one who calls for our blind unquestioning obedience; the one who commands the death of little children among
other crimes, is the Christian god! (Hosea 9:11-16, Ezekiel 9:5-7, Exodus 12:29-30, Jeremiah 51:20-26, Leviticus 26:21-22, Isaiah 13:15-18, Numbers
31:17, Deuteronomy 2:34, Deuteronomy 28:53, I Samuel 15:3, 2 Kings 8:12, 2 Kings 15:16, Lamentations 2:20, Hosea 13:16)
In Exodus 33:2 it states :
"And I will send an angel before thee; and I will drive out the Canaanite, the Amorite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the
Exodus 33:3 :
Unto a land flowing with milk and honey: for I will not go up in the midst of thee; for thou [art] a stiff-necked people: LEST I CONSUME THEE on the
This Yahweh is prone to violence and seems to despise his chosen people.
He is a perfect match for ISH.KUR (Hadad), whose land is occupied by the Amorites and Hittites, and is a known demonstrator of violence and contempt
for his worshipers.
ISH.KUR's image, traits, and symbols match those of Baal.
He is also anti-Babylon and anti-Egypt, as is Yahweh.
And like Yahweh's, the real name of the Canaanite Baal (Hadad) must not be spoken.
Evidence within the Bible itself and the Sumerian, Phoenician and Canaanite traditions, the following is a logical conclusion and solution to THE
IDENTITY of the Jewish God of the Old Testament:
ISH.KUR = Hadad = El Shaddai = Baal = YAHWEH
The Jewish people evolved from polytheism to monotheism with the promotion of a god who had been known by a variety of names, into one supreme God,
Yahweh [whose real name must not be spoken].
And it gets even more interesting... or stranger
Isis / Ra / El
By adopting Yahweh they did NOT adopt the SUPREME God of the Pantheons ~ El, but his SON ~ ISH.KUR.
ISH.KUR [Baal, Hadad, El-Shaddai] ~ an entity who was in open revolt against his father El, and ultimately aided in this revolt by his mother and
Yes that's right... Yahweh may have had a honey... and it looks like it was his mother.
This female entity was later merged by Greek and Roman traditions into Aphrodite and Venus ~ but she was known earlier to the Egyptians as Isis.
Once we understand this, the etymology of the name Israel :
Is [ Isis ]
Ra [ Head of the Egyptian Pantheon ]
El [ Lord / Baal ]
- makes far more obvious sense than the convoluted "Yisrael" yarn from the Hebrew faith.
Isis Ra El
The obvious conclusion is that Yahweh was just one god from a pantheon and not the alleged
ONLY GOD OF THE UNIVERSE.