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The Words of Ahiqar And The Biblical Proverbs !!!

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The Words of Ahiqar 

Ahiqar was an advisor to Sennacherib, king of Assyria from 704-681 BCE. In 1906 German archaeologists excavated a copy of his teachings, inscribed upon eleven sheets of palimpsest papyrus, from the debris of Elephantine which is today part of the city of Aswan in Southern Egypt. Ahiqar or Ahikar was an Assyrian sage known in the ancient Near East for his outstanding wisdom. The Story of Ahikar, also known as the Words of Ahikar, has been found in an Aramaic papyrus of 500 B.C. among the ruins of Elephantine

Parallels:

“Whoso curseth his father or his mother, his lamp shall be put out in obscure darkness” (Prov20:20)

STOLEN From:
"Whosoever takes no pride in the names of his father and mother, may the sun not shine upon him." (Ahiqar 9:137)
Parallel :
He who spares the rod hates his son, but he who loves him is careful to discipline him;
(Prov. 13:24)

STOLEN From:
"With-hold not thy son from the rod, else thou wilt not be able to save him from wickedness.&qu…

The Paradox of Judaism & Monotheism !!!

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The Paradox of Judaism & Monotheism
Jephtah, regarded as hero of faith in Hebrews 11, most definitely recognised that God Chemosh was an existent G-d and actually a legitimate G-d of the Ammonites. In his letter, Jephtah explained to the king of the Ammonites why the Israelites would not return the territory. Jephtah argued that it was Yahweh who personally conquered this portion of land and then gave it to the Israelites. In this letter Jephtah acknowledged God Chemosh as the Great War lord and the legitimate god of the Ammonites:
“Now, then, Yahweh, the God of Israel, dispossessed the Amorites before His people Israel; and should you possess their land? Do you not hold what CHEMOSH YOUR GOD GIVES YOU TO POSSESS?So we will hold on to everything that Yahweh our God has given us to possess ”. (Judges 11:23-25).
Numbers 21:29 says that the Moabites were “The People of Chemosh” and that they were actually “Sons And Daughters” of G-d Chemosh. The text also says that G-d Chemosh abandoned …

Adam : The Origins Behind this Name and Its Hidden Meaning !!!

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Sumerian God Marduk And Adam
From "Myths from Mesopotamia" by Stephanie Dalley, Epic of Creation, Marduk says,

"... Let me put blood together and bones too, let me set up primeval man: Man shall be his name...", "... The work of the gods shall be imposed on him..."

In Atra Hasis, "... Nintu mixed clay, with her flesh and blood, they heard the drumbeat forever after, a ghost (soul) came into existence from the god’s flesh and she (Nintu) proclaimed it a living sign."
It is quite interesting to note that the meaning of the word Adam (אֶת-הָאָדָם) also quite mysterious mean ‘to show blood (in the face)’, it matches up with the use of blood here in both versions.

 Also the word bone used here is "is-si-im[tu]m" which corresponds to the Hebrew word "etzem"(bone) used in Genesis 2:23, in the phrase "etzem me-atzami", "bone of my bones."

In fact Sumerians clearly use the term ‘Adamu’while describing how SUmerian Gods act…

Chrestus : The Forging of A G-d !!!

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Chrestus: The Evolution of A G-d Ptolemy I Soter he created a new G-d who was a mixture of Zeus,Asklepious,Dionysis & Osiris. It was called “Serapis Christus”. A correspondence of Emperor Hadrian refers to Alexandrians worshipping Serapis and Calling themselveses the “Bishops of Christ”.
“Egypt that you have commanded to me , my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly  fickle and inconsistent, and continually wafted about by every breath of flame. The worshippers of G-d Serapis(here) are called Christians, and those who are devoted to G-d Serapis (I find), call themselves Bishops of Christ ”
-Hadrian to Servianus, 134A.D
                                                                                 (Quoted by Giles, ii p86)

It is said often said that worship of G-d Serapis lated from 305 BCE to 325 CE. But how did Jesus came into picture? An Afrian from Libya called Arius (CE 250-336) has a great many interesting details to shed some light on the long lost era when our mythical …

YHWH And The Star Sirius: The Secret Hidden For Centuaries !!!

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                                                  Ehyeh asher ehyeh

                     …  God said to Moses, “I am who I am (Ehyeh asher ehyeh) Exodus 3:14 (NIV)
The first of three responses given to Moses when he asks for God's name in Exodus 3:14. For most of the people these enigmatic words does’t make any sense and for Judo-christian believers also these were are an embarrassment which they try to sweep under  carpet claiming that it is the declaration of an incomparable  G-d YHWH.

Let’s examine these enigmatic verses, and progress logically:

eh·yehאֶֽהְיֶ֖ה    I AM ă·šerראֲשֶׁ֣ר    WHO                        Ehyeh asher ehyeh
The “Asher” is an ambiguous pronoun which can mean, depending on context, "that", "who", "which", or "where". I want you to take a particular look at a verse of Quran:

“That He (ALLAH) is the ‘Lord’ of Sirius the Mighty Star”(An-Najm 53:49)

In Arabic, Sirius is known as الشِّعْرَى(transliteration: aš-ši‘rāor ash-shira; t…

Did Benjamin Really Existed !!!

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Did Benjamin Really Existed
We are told in Torah that when Benjamin was around 32 yrs old, he along with his Sons and Grandsons and family migrated to Egypt to escape the warth of famine. The problem is that even if we assume that Benjamin married at the age of 20 yrs, which is quite  early even by that time’s standard, Benjamin’s eldest son would be barely 12 yrs old when Benjamin took his family and migrated to Egypt along with his other brothers and his father.
So we are to being told by the lying scribers that at such a tender age of 12 yrs, Benjamin’s son not only married but also managed to give Grandson to his father Benjamin!
The wider ramifications that emerge out this bogus myth is that none of such fictitious figures ever existed. This mish-mash of  events clearly helps us derive certain precise logical deduction:
All the figures be it Benjamin, Joseph ,Jacob, Rachel or as the matter of fact, even Isaac are nothing but fictitious figures. They are invented and are the product o…

The Joseph Riddle !!!

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Joseph And Imhotep !!!

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Joseph  is a key figure in Bible , who became a vizier for an Egyptian pharaoh.Joseph was only 30yrs old when he became vizier and 44yrs old when he had saved Egypt and brought up all the land. He lived to the age of 110yrs and was given a royal Egyptian burial. 
The question we need to ask is why Bible is so silent about Josephs those 66 years? The identity of Joseph in Egyptian history is debated, but some scholars identify him with Imhotep, who was the vizier during the Third Dynasty under Pharaoh Djoser. There are many similarities between the profile of Joseph and Imhotep. Following is a brief  sketch of the similarities: Joseph Imhotep 1. Second In Command Under Pharoah
1. Second In Command Under Pharoah
2. Lived till 110 Years
2. Lived Till 100 Years 3. Was A Great Archetect And A Builder
3. Great Architect And A Builder 4.Stored Up Corn During 7 Years Of Plenty
4.Stored Up Corn during 7 years Plenty 5.Saw Seven Years Of Famine – Fed People
5. Saw 7 Years Of Famine- Fed Pe…

Egyptian G-d Khnum And YHWH 2 !!!

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Egyptian G-d Khnum 

Egyptian G-d Khnum was depicted as a ram headed. It was believed that he created the first children on his potter's wheel with clay from the banks of the Nile.In Iunyt (Esna) it was believed that it was he who molded the First Egg from which the sun hatched, and thus was a creator god who was 'Father of the Fathers and of the Gods and Goddesses.
Khnum also protected the sun (in the form of the G-d Ra) on its daily journey through the underworld. Whatmost people don’t know is that Biblical story of Joseph found in Book Of Genesis is nothing but a direct borrowing from much ancient sources found in Egypt.
The Famine Stela is an inscription written in hieroglyphs located on Sehel Island in the Nile near Aswan in Egypt, which speaks of a seven-year period of drought and famine during the reign of the 3rd dynasty king Djoser.
It describes that during the 18th ruling of King Djoser,the king is upset and worried, as the land of Egypt has been in the grip of a drought a…