Brother AACOOLDRE : El, Elohiym, elohim

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    ELOI, Elohiym, Elohim & EL: In Jesus Mouth
    By Andre Austin

    The Death of Jesus:
    At the sixth hour of darkness…Jesus cried out in a loud voice: Eloi, Eloi lama sabacththani-which means my god, my god, why have you forsaken me? (Mark 15:33-34)
    Some people have connected this to Deuteronomy 18:18-22 as to speaking about Jesus and Muslims say it was talking about Muhammad. It talks about a prophet who speaks presumptuously in the name of other gods being put to death. It may be true with the reading of Rev 3:14.
    Eloi is an offshoot of the ancient Ugarit and Canaanite God El.
    El is the senior god among the Elohim. In Canaanite writings El is the creator and builder of built things. The word El meaning gods appears 238 times in the OT demonstrating its importance. The plural Elohiym or Gods is used 2606 times. At Joshua 22:22 we read El elohim Yahweh’ and again in psalm 50:1.
    In Genesis we read the image of man created in Elohim was substituted for Amen. However in the book of Revelation Amen is restored to its rightful place: “These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witnesss, the ruler of God’s creation” (Rev 3:14)
    In other words Man/Woman creation was Amen from which Jesus didn’t cry out to but to Eloi (Elohim).
    The three Roman Emperors Vespasian, Titus and Domitian had the gospels written to honor them by switching their names to the title “Jesus Christ”. They were followers of Osiris and Isis and would have be an admirer of the Egyptian God Amen.
    Martin Bernal writes: “The turning of gods and goddesses into mortal sages, heroes and heroines is a worldwide phenomenon…In Genesis, for instance, one finds considerable euhemerism in the turning of what appear to have been deities like enoch and Noah into patriarchs” Black Athena Volume 1p. 143. There is nothing strange of them turning Egyptian Gods into Trees or having Amen (the wind) in Genesis being turned into another god name, substituting Amen for Elohim.
    Recently The nationl security director Susan Rice, addressing a Jewish lobbyist group AIPACC told them that God created Mankind in the image of Elohim when we know the creation story was plagarized from at least 4 diffirent creation stories in Egypt. According to E.A Wallis Budge the Egyptian texts say: "That Amen is called the "One of One or the "One One"...when the Egyptians declared their God to be One, and without a second, they meant precisely what the hebrews and arabs meant when the declard their One. Such a God was an entirely different being from the personifications of the powers of natue (like fire, water, Air, and the existence wich, for want of a better name, have been calle "gods"-Egyptians Ideas of the Afterlife p.106-107 We see in Deuteronomy 6:4 "Hear O Israel: The Lord or God is One". However, Sigmud Freud, the Jewish father of psychoanalysis was interested in reading about AkhenAton and Moses, the first chaged his last name from Amen to Aton and Moses changed his name from Osiriseph (Osiris) to Ra-Moses. freud wrote a book called Moses & Monotheism stating: "The Jewish creed says: Schema Yisrael Adonai Elohenu Adonai Echod (Hear O Israel , the lord thy God is one God. The Hebrew letter d is equivalent to the Egyptian letter T (like Adam =Atum). Therefore this sentence from the Jewish creed could be translated: Hear, O Israel, our Aton is the only God". With Jesus being a second Adam/Atum or Aton
    his marriage to the Church (Circe) in Revelation is a big emerging of many souls into one flesh or one spirit into in Light "In Christ we who are many form one body" Romans 12:5. Thats how you get back to the good, right Chretos within you. The Romans who wrote the Gospels changed the name again back to Amen (Rev 3:14) to countermand AkhenAton, Moses.

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