The Sun, Easter & Goddess Ishtar : The Forgotten Ancient Connection !!!

Today even as the world is celebrating Good Friday and soon will be celebrating Easter, it becomes quite important to understand the pagan origins of these Christian festivals.

The question that we need to ask is – “Are these really Christian in nature or were they copied from much earlier pagan religions of the world, particularly Middle - East?” So let’s begin our fascinating journey into hidden and long forgotten ancient world, its religions and its shocking connections with modern Christianity.

Easter story comes from an ancient Sumerian legend called “The Descent of Inanna according to which G-d Damuzi (Tammuz) dies his wife Inanna (Ishtar) is grief–stricken and follows him to the underworld.

In the underworld, she enters through seven gates, and her clothes are removed. "Naked and bowed low" she is judged, killed, and then hung on display. In her absence, the earth loses its fertility, crops cease to grow and animals stop reproducing. Unless something is done, all lif…

Journey of Sun and its Worship in Christianity !!!

Journey of Sun and its Worship in Christianity

A lot of people are not even aware of origins of Christianity, that how so many principles and practices of ancient civilizations have been actually embedded in Christianity, that there is nothing unique or special about it. You will be astonished to know how much of heathen and pagan traditions, customs and their astrological symbols find their way into Christianity.

Today after a long time I am once again unravelling a very unique and seldom touched upon concept of Astrology and its heavy utilization in Christianity. A very clever attempt was made to take all of astrology’s principles that depict Sun’s astrological journey around 12 Zodiac signs and masking them as Jesus’s life story.

A novice or innocent person will hardly be aware of these implication. For him it is the life story of Jesus but in reality its actually an ancient story of Sun’s journey across heaven and zodiac signs which is celebrated across all cultures and traditions.


The Serpent Chronicles- 5 !!!

The SerpentsChronicles
In Hebrew myth, the Biblical "Nefilim", the "sons of the gods", are called awwim, which means Serpents. Hebrew legends also describe the Eden Serpent as a being who walked and talked like a human. The Hebrew book of ancient oral tradition, the Haggadah, speaks of this Serpent as a creature with two legs that stood upright to the "height of a camel ". What most people don’t know is that the world for Seraphim is actually derived from the word ‘Seraph’ which means "fiery Serpent”. In fact this biblical worditself is derived form much ancient Sumerian root called, ‘Seru, the name of a Serpent in the Epic of Gilgamesh, and sarpa, a Sanskrit term for the Indian reptilian snake Gods called the Nagas.  The great ancient Egyptian city of Alexandria was called "City of the Serpent's Son" (Alexander the Great) and there they worshipped the Serpent god, Serapes. He was known as the "Sacred Serpent" or "Fire Serp…

The Cherubium : Its Ancient Origins !!!

The Hebrew termcherubimiscognatewith theAssyriantermkarabu, means 'great, mighty'.In some regions the Assyro-Babylonian this term came to refer in particular to spirits which servedthe gods, in particular to theshedu,a human-headed wingedbulls ( Vaux, Roland. John McHugh, Ancient Israel: Its Life and Institutions (NY, McGraw-Hill, 1961).
The relatedLammasu(human-headed wingedlions—to which thesphinxis similar in appearance), on the other hand, were the most popular winged-creature inPhoenicianart. The Lammasu was originally depicted as having a king's head, a bull's body, and an eagle's wings, but because of the artistic beauty of thewings. In Isaiah 37:16, Hezekiah prays, addressing Yahweh as "enthroned above the Cherubim" (referring to the mercy seat).
Cherubim feature at some length in the Book of Ezekiel where they first appear in chapter one, when Ezekiel was "by the river Chebar", they are not called cherubim until chapter 10, but he saw "…

Doubtful Integrity of Jesus's Disciples:Pagan Dieties as Contemporary Disciples: !!

In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was betrayed at his last supper by the evil god Set, whom the Greeks identified with Typhon. This seems to be the origin of the idea that Jesus’ betrayer was present at his last supper.
As already mentioned, the idea of the betrayer at the last supper is derived from the mythology of Osiris who was betrayed by Set-Typhon. Set-Typhon had red hair and this is probably the origin of the claim that Judas had red hair.
  Judas is often given the nickname "Iscariot." In some places where English New Testaments have "Iscariot," the Greek text actually has "apo Kariotou" which means "from Karyot." Karyot was the name of a town in Israel, probably the modern site known in Arabic as Karyatein. We thus see that the name Iscariot is derived from the Hebrew "ish Karyot" meaning "man from Karyot." This is in fact the accepted modern Christian understanding of the name. However, the most interesting misundersta…

Ancient Admixture in Modern Times: Modern Stories of Bible From Ancient East !!!

Many parts of the Jesus story are not based on him . Most Christian denominations claim that Jesus was born on 25 December. Originally the eastern Christians believed that he was born on 6 January. As pointed out already, Jesus was probably confused with Tammuz born of the virgin Myrrha. We know that in Roman times, the gods Tammuz, Aion and Osiris were identified. Osiris-Aion was said to be born of the virgin Isis on the 6 January and this explains the earlier date for Christmas. 
Isis was sometimes represented as a sacred cow and her temple as a stable which is probably the origin of the Christian belief that Jesus was born in a stable. The theme of temptation by a devil-like creature was also found in pagan mythology. In particular the story of Jesus’ temptation by Satan resembles the temptation of Osiris by the devil-god Set in Egyptian mythology.
We also know that there was also a connection between Jesus and the pagan god Dionysus. Like Dionysus, the infant Jesus was wrapped in sw…

Nammu: The Sumerian Goddess of The Deep !!!

Goddess Nammu
 “Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.”                    - Genesis 1:2
Goddess Nammu is known as the mother of the G-d Enki/Ea as well as the mother Goddess who gave birth to the cosmos and all the gods. Like her son Enki/Ea she is also associated with magic. In later times, her role is taken on by Tiamat.
According to the God list An-Anum, tablet I line 28 (Litke 1998: 24; Wiggermann 1998-2001c: 137), Namma bears the title "Mother who gave birth to the heavens and the earth."
Goddess of the Primeval Sea, “ She who gave birth to heaven and earth." In the Sumerian cosmogony, firstly there is the primeval sea, called Nammu which was the endless sea in which the universe floated. They believed that Nammu was without a beginning in time and that Nammu had created heaven and earth. An indication of her continued relevance may be found in the name of Ur-Nammu, the found…