Wednesday, 24 July 2013

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


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...",
Sumerian God Marduk
"... 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 actually created Adam and also mentioned the world E.DIN , another indication that the Hebrews scriber heavily borrowed their knowledge from ancient Sumerian civilisation.

 Bible clearly and very explicitly states that 'let us make man in our own image'. We have plural here. And it clearly tells us that this is a borrowing from much earlier sources i.e Sumerian civilization.

Robert Mascharan

Saturday, 13 July 2013

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


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)

Emperor Hadrian
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 Jesus was getting forged,and he was telling the truth about this mythical G-d so Chruch decided to change the name of Serapis to Jesus.

The word of G-d was not always but was made from things that are not…For a Son is created, and a thing made.. And this we say, because he is neither part of G-d nor of any essential being..For this we are persecuted
          -Arius Letter to Eusebius of Nicomedia (CE 319)
This kind of teaching had a potential for seriously damaging the earnings of priests and to create a rift into newly created United Roman Empire (Both East and West), so it became an urgent priority to some how stop Arius. The newly commissioned Constantine commissioned a council , called as the Council of Nicea.  This council established a creed in 325 CE and in the last paragraph of first version of this Nicea Creed, they have specifically discredited Arius :

….But those who say ‘There was a time when he was not’ and ‘He was not before he was made’ and ‘He was made out of nothing’  or ‘he is of another substance’… They are condemned by the holy catholic chruch

56 years later this Creed of Nicea was revised and the part mentioning Arius was dropped silently, and people simply forgot about the name Arius.

 The name Chrestus (Christus) was another name for this deity Serapis and many in Antioch knew their god Serapis as their Christ. Many Christians say that they call themselves Christians because they are followers of Christ. The problem with this explanation is that the pagans that worshipped Serapis Chrestus (Christus) said the exact same thing.

In reality, the term "Chrestos" or χρηστς (chrestoi for plural) has been used in association with a plethora of people and gods, in ancient Greek sources such as those of playwright Sophocles (497-406 BCE)

As another example of the Pagan use of the word chrestos, in 2008 an evidently pre-Christian cup or bowl was found at Alexandria, Egypt, with the genitive form chrestou inscribed on it. This of magical bowls used for protection and incantation. 

In The Name of Hhumanity !!!
Robert Mascharan