Brother AACOOLDRE : Was Paul turned into a Venus star parody?

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    WAS PAUL TURNED INTO A VENUS STAR PARODY?

    By Andre Austin

    “Brethren, I beseech you, be as I am; for I am as ye are: ye have not injured me at all.

    Ye know how through infirmity of the flesh I preached the gospel unto you at the first. And my temptation which was in my flesh ye despised not, nor rejected; but received me as an angel of God, even as Christ Jesus” (Galatians 4:12-14). In other times I hear about Paul talk about flesh he warns people to watch out for the Dogs (Anubis/Cronus), those men who do evil, those mutilators of the flesh (Philippians 3:2).

    Bible scholars have detected this infirmity of the flesh was Paul’s castration. And fellow Christians saw him as a fallen angel too in the image of a Venus/ Lucifer star. “The great dragon was hurled down-that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him” (Rev 12: 9). Keep in mind Paul has been made a wicked parody of Hesiod play were a castrated penis is flung in the sea by Cronus that helps gives birth to Venus in the foam (Acts 13:1-12).

    An early Christian wrote a truthful letter about Paul and tried to pen his name to it and called it Paul And Thecla said in part:

    “At length the saw a man coming (namely Paul, of a low stature, bald (or shaved) on the head, crooked thighs, handsome legs, hollow-eyed; had a crooked nose; full of grace; for sometimes he appeared as a man, sometimes he had the countenance (Demeanor) of an angel”. Remarkable this description in part fits the medallion coins of Paul and a representation of Paul at St. Catherine’s monastery in Egypt as a balding blackman. After all he was mistaken as an Egyptian in Acts 21:38.

    The ancient Egyptians equated their resurrected souls as “imperishable stars”. Likewise, Paul saw the resurrection of the dead as imperishable stars/angels (1 Cor 15:35-52) who also can’t get married and have sex, (Matthew 22:30 & 1 Timothy 4:2), a teaching he hated because he was marked and seared up as a eunuch with a hot iron, (Rev 16:9), and he wanted others to become like himself.

    We know very well that Satan can masquerade as an angel of light (2 Cor 11:14). Paul was being lampooned as a wolf in sheep clothing who really was a donkey (Arab). But Satan can enter into the souls of any men who let him in just like the Babylonian king who was oppressing the Jews:

    “How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star (Lucifer), son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth” (Isaiah 14: 1-12).

    Writing in the spirit of Hesiod’s play Theogony Apuleius wrote in The Golden *** that the castrated penis in the waved-washed foam of the wind gave birth to Venus on the Island of Cyprus. He went on to say:

    “Venus herself that they adored. Already the word had gone abroad through the nearby cities and bordering countries that a goddess had been brought forth by the deep-blue womb of ocean, and nourished by the froth of the curling waves; and that she now dwelt among mortals, allowing them to gaze promiscuously on her divinity-or that, at the very least, Venus had a second birth (this time from earth, not water): a Venus endowed with the flower of virginity, and germinated from a distillation of the stars” (Book 4). Paul alludes to himself in these Venus waves in (Ephesians 4:14 & Rev 6:13).

    In the letter of Jude proves that they knew about the satire of Paul being born in the foam, wild waves of the sea and wandering stars imagery. Jude complains that Paul boast to take advantage of others. Paul may have responding to this directly when he admits to boasting but he doesn’t allow people to take advantage of him (2 Cor 11:16-22). What is more striking is that Jude calls Paul a Flatter (Jude verse 16). According to James Audlin essay “Paul of Tarsus’s Real Name: Scholars may be Wrong to Say it was Chosen from its Latin Source. Audlin states:

    “His family may have given him the Jewish name Saul at his bar mitzvah, or he might have adopted it when under Gamaliel’s tutelage he was striving to be accepted as a real Jew, not a wannabe. Scholars debate how he acquired the name of Paul, Latin for “short”, though there is some consensus that in some manner it occurred before his “conversion”. I think it most unlikely that his Parthian-Greek family would have formally given him a
     
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    The other half of the story I will attempt to post latter
     
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    A greek name of paulis which means deciever or Flatter which the letter of jude calls him. Jude says Paul boast to take advantage of people. paul responds back that he boast but doesn't allow people to take advantage of him 2 Cor 11:16-22
     
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