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The Goat God Is Here !!!

“The wild creatures of the desert shall meet with the jackals, the Goat Demon shall call to his fellow, the lilith shall also repose there and find for herself a place of rest.”
- Isaiah 34:14

The Satyrs are creatures who looked like men, but had the hooves and feet as well as the tails of goats. They could be best described as goat-men. Their preferred pastimes were to chase after the wood nymphs and to play nasty tricks on men. In Greek mythology the satyrs are deities of the woods and mountains. They are half human and half beast; they usually have a goat's tail, flanks and hooves.

While the upper part of the body is that of a human, they also have the horns of a goat. They are the companions of Dionysus, the god of wine, and they spent their time drinking, dancing, and chasing nymphs. The Italian version of the satyr is the Faun, while the Slavic version is theLjeschi. A frequent companion of Bacchus, the Graeco-Roman religion’s god of fruitfulness and vegetation.

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Goddess Lilith & Jewish Connection !!!

Goddess Lilith
When studying the various teachings in the Talmud about demons, one immediately discovers references to the name Lilith. Lilith is equated with a "first Eve", the feminine dark side of the divine and goddesses such as Isis, Astarte, the Black Madonna or Queen of Demons and other false gods.
Jewish "LILITH Magazine" in its article "All you ever Wanted to Know about Lilith" stated:
"Commentators have often translated "lilith" as "night-monster," associating the name with layil, the Hebrew word for night; thus, Rabbi Hanina forbids men to sleep alone in a house at night lest they fall prey to her (Shabbat 151b).
From the 4 specific references to Lilith in the Babylonian Talmud, we learn only that she is a wild-haired and winged creature with nymphomaniac tendencies (Erubin 100b, Niddah 24b, Shabbat 151b); and the mother of demons (Bava Batra 73a ).
Now lets see what Hebrew Bible has to say about this mythical Goddess , Isa…

Judaism In Reflection Of Majestic G-d Tammuz

The month of Tammuz is the fourth month of the Jewish calender.  The zodiacal sign of Tammuz is Cancer, the crab. In the Bible, the word ‘Tammuz’ is mentioned in Ezekiel 8:14. The term denotes a Babylonian God and the sin of idolatry, which caused the destruction of the first Temple.

The month of Tammuz is referred to as ‘the fourth month’ in Jeremiah 39:2.

It is said that on the third day of Tammuz, God, at the behest of Joshua, caused the sun and the moon to stop. This brought about 36 uninterrupted hours of sunlight, in order to give the conquering army of Israel time to exact vengeance from their enemy, the Emorites (Joshua 10: 12-13). The battle in which the sun stood still took place in Givon, in the Ayalon valley in central Israel. Lets understand the real inspiration behind this mythological folk tale of earlier proto semites:-
•           Sun entered the astrological sign of Cancer, a Cardinal Water sign. Cancer, the fourth sign of the Zodiac is ruled by the Moon.And as the sig…