The Sumerian and Egyptian origin of the Bible, evidence

The Sumerian and Egyptian origin of the Bible, evidence


For many scholars of ancient civilizations, there is no doubt that the Bible was written from Sumerian and Egyptian texts.

Come and discover the incredible similarities between these sacred texts!

The Sumerian and Egyptian origin of the Bible: who wrote the Bible?

There have always been many controversies about the authors of the Bible, and many implausibilities as in the texts attributed to Moses where he describes his own burial!

In the 19th century linguists studied the Bible and came to several incredible conclusions:

1- There were not 1 but 5 authors.

2- We find the precise style of 4 authors totally different in time, in their training, their way of writing, their way of describing, in their interests and their choice of vocabulary.

3- Author 1 was called J. because it is clear that he belonged to the tribe of Judah and because he speaks of Yahweh, and not of Elohim (the gods). He lived between -848 and -722 according to Friedman, and around -920 according to Bloom.

4- author 2 is called E. because he uses the plural Elohim meaning "the gods" so gods" as in Sumerian history. he is from the tribe of Israel and lived between -922 and -700.

5- Author 3 was called P. because it was established in his use of words and style that he was a priest.

6- Author 4 was called D. because he only worked on the text of Deuteronomy.

7- There was a 5th author who cut the texts of authors 1, 2, 3 and 4 into slices, placed them end to end, then gathered them together to write a text that was even more consistent and unifying.

Historical background

"In 597 BC, Nebuchadnezzar II took Jerusalem, thus ending the independence of the kingdom of Judah and the dynasty of David. »

"Ten years later, following a revolt, the city was besieged again: the Temple of Solomon was destroyed and a large number of Jews were deported to Mesopotamia. »

"It was also at this time that the biblical account was written, which partly took up Babylonian myths while adapting them to Jewish anthropology."

"The Bible was born in Babylon from that experience of the stranger who was almost mortal but whom Jews transformed into divine grace.

"More broadly, it is in Babylon that the people of Israel will lay the foundations for a Judaism that is now deprived of the Temple. We see the weekly Sabbath, circumcision (it is an Egyptian practice), the celebration of Easter...

All these rites can structure the life of faith in any part of the world, and allow Israel to avoid assimilation and to constitute itself as a particular people.

"Despite the takeover of Babylon by the Persians in 539 and Cyrus' edict allowing exiles to return to Judea, an important Jewish community remained in the city: it was it that, at the end of the 5th century AD, initiated the so-called Babylonian Talmud, which is still the authority in Judaism. "Source La Croix, the largest French Catholic newspaper

"In 597 BC, Nebuchadnezzar II took Jerusalem, thus ending the independence of the kingdom of Judah and the dynasty of David. »

"Ten years later, following a revolt, the city was besieged again: the Temple of Solomon was destroyed and a large number of Jews were deported to Mesopotamia. »

"It was also at this time that the biblical account was written, which partly took up Babylonian myths while adapting them to Jewish anthropology."

"The Bible was born in Babylon from that experience of the stranger who was almost mortal but whom Jews transformed into divine grace.

"More broadly, it is in Babylon that the people of Israel will lay the foundations for a Judaism that is now deprived of the Temple. We see the weekly Sabbath, circumcision (it is an Egyptian practice), the celebration of Easter...

All these rites can structure the life of faith in any part of the world, and allow Israel to avoid assimilation and to constitute itself as a particular people.

"Despite the takeover of Babylon by the Persians in 539 and Cyrus' edict allowing exiles to return to Judea, an important Jewish community remained in the city: it was it that, at the end of the 5th century AD, initiated the so-called Babylonian Talmud, which is still the authority in Judaism. "

La Croix, the largest French Catholic newspaper

The Sumerian origin of the Bible: similarity between Genesis and Enuma Elish

Professor Alexander Heidel of the Oriental Institute of Chicago has prepared a table to allow us to compare a Sumerian text that describes the creation of the world, the Enuma Elish and the Book of Genesis, the result is extremely disturbing:

Enuma Elish

(approx. 2000 BC)

The Holy Spirit and cosmic matter are co-existent and co-eternal.

 

The primordial chaos: Tiamat wrapped in darkness.

Light comes from the gods.

Creation of the firmament.

Creation of dry land.

Creation of lighting fixtures.

Creation of man.

The gods rest and celebrate.

Book of Genesis

(approx. 900 BC)

The Holy Spirit creates cosmic matter and exists independently of it.

The earth is a desolate place, with darkness covering the depth.

Light is created by God

Creation of the firmament.

Creation of dry land.

Creation of lighting fixtures.

Creation of man.

God rests and sanctifies the 7th day.

 

The Sumerian god Enlil becomes Abraham's El, the Elohim becomes Eloha.

Abraham was a native of the great Sumerian city Ur.

He knew the gods of the Sumerian pantheon, at the top of which was the Triad An, Enlil and Enki.

According to the Bible, Abraham received a call from God when he was 75 years old.

God asked him to leave the land of Sumer and settle in Canaan (now Israel).

But who was this God?

In the Hebrew of the original text it was El, the main god of the Canaanite pantheon, god of the atmosphere, the creator god of heaven and earth, father of the gods, the one who reigns over the other gods.

It is only the Canaanite form of the Sumerian god Enlil.

Through successive linguistic transformations Enlil (primitive Sumerian) became Ellil (Akkadian) and El in Canaanite. Enlil was the god of air and wind among the Sumerians.

Among the Akkadians, he was also the god of the air and the sky, and finally became the creative god among the Canaanites.

It was therefore under the name of El that God addressed this call to Abraham.

It should be noted that the word El in Hebrew has come to designate the one God, especially in the compound names IsraEL, GabriEL, EmmanuEL, etc....

Nowhere in Genesis is it said that Abraham or the patriarchs denied the existence of other gods.

They were simply asked to focus only on a particular divinity, which is called "henotheism".

In the book of Genesis, the patriarchs never take a stand against the other gods, they simply attach themselves to "El". Eloha and Elhoim are an elongated form of EL, Eloha is the singular: God, Elohim is the plural: the Gods. The term Elohim disturbs historians because it is used several times in the Bible.

Even if some rabbis explain that those who ask themselves the question know nothing about it, that it is normal to write God in the plural, the answers they give are far from convincing.

In the Bible it is written:

Elohim created all living creatures on earth Genesis 1:25

Elohim says: let us make man in our image, in our likeness... Genesis 1,27

According to Wikipedia : "Eloha appears about sixty times in the Hebrew Bible, usually in its poetic texts, most of the occurrences being found in Job's book.

With the exception of a few occurrences in the book of Daniel and in the Chronicles, it generally refers to the god of Israel.

Elohim is on the contrary one of the most common divine names, appearing more than two thousand times.

It seems, like El, to be a generic and polysemous name which, if it most often refers to Israel's Elohim, is also used for pagan gods (Exodus 12:12, 18:11, 20:3 etc.) or even a goddess (I Kings 11:5) or men considered superior (Exodus 4:16, I Samuel 28:13, Zechariah 12:8).

"The explanation is actually given below in the story of Atrahasis (Ziusudra), the Sumerian Noah, where we learn that the gods Annunaki created man in their images.

It is certainly from there that Elohim says: "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness... Genesis 1.27"

Sumerian seal representing the Anunnaki.
Sumerian seal representing the Anunnaki.

Sumerian Bible Origin: The story begins in Sumer

Samuel Noah Kramer, an American Assyriologist, a specialist in Sumer and the Sumerian language, published a book in 1957 that became his best seller:

"The story begins in Sumer."

In this book he develops the four common points between a Sumerian text that tells the story of the god Enki and the goddess Ninhursag in Dilmun and the text of the Garden of Eden:

Enki and Ninhursag representation
Enki and Ninhursag representation

1- Ninti (a goddess) is created from a coast.

2- The text is a perfect parallel between Enki eating forbidden plants and Adam eating the forbidden fruit. Both are losers.

3- The story insists on the description of the Paradise created by Enki in Dilmun.

4- The text underlines the easy childbirth of Ninhursag and her goddaughters, a facility that Eve loses in the biblical text...

In the Sumerian text, it is Enki who "gives birth" to his ills in pain.

Samuel Noha Kramer adds:

"In Sumerian, rib is called ti.

The goddess created to heal Enki's coast is called Ninti, "the Lady of the Coast". But ti also means "to keep alive".

The Sumerian writers, by playing on words, came to identify "The Lady of the Coast" with "The Lady who gives life".

And this literary pun passed into the Bible where it naturally lost its value since in Hebrew the words meaning "coast" and "life" have nothing in common.

It was in 1945 that I discovered this explanation. I later realized that the hypothesis I had arrived at on my side had already been suggested thirty years earlier by a great French assyriologist, Father Vincent Scheil, as the American orientalist William Albright, who published my work, taught me."

Father Vincent Scheil, who would therefore be the first to make the link between the Sumerian text and the Bible, is not just anyone, he is the discoverer in December 1901 of the stele of the Hammurabi code and he was a member of the institute and director of studies at the École des hautes études.

If he left no comment on the subject, it is understandable why, as a man of the church!

Contemporary biblical scholars such as John Rogerson and Philip R. Davies, both professors of biblical studies at the British University of Scheffield and authors of the prestigious "The Old Testament World", note:

"In chapter 3 of the book of Genesis, there are three points in common with the story of Enki and Ninhursag in Dilmun:

First, the existence of a place where death does not exist and animals are harmless (see also Isaiah 11:6-9);

Then the arrival of disease and death which are the result of having taken and eaten a plant;

And finally, the birth of a progeny that is the result of bodily pain, although more masculine than feminine".

Professor Evans, in his book "Paradise Lost and the Genesis", also focuses attention on the Côte d'Éve:

"The Sumerian words for coast "ti" and life "til" were represented by the same ideogram; therefore the goddess Nin-ti could be both the "lady of the coast" and the "lady who gives life".

For specialists, this old pun has been taken up in the Hebrew version, thus giving birth in the Book of Genesis to Eve and its alternative titles".

Atrahasis (Ziusudra), Sumerian Noah

The epic of Atrahasis or Poem of Supersage was written in Akkadian Semitic language, probably dating from the 18th century BC.

It is a compilation of traditional Mesopotamian myths of Creation and the Flood, including the creation of man from clay, the history of Noah and the end of the time of the patriarchs.

Summary of the Supersage Poem

Before the creation of man, the Gods were divided into two groups, the higher deities, the Anunnaki and the second order deities, the Igigi.

The Igigi were the servants of the Anunnaki but one day they got tired of it and went on strike!

The Anunnaki found themselves in a lot of trouble until a solution was found: the creation of men!

Man would be a creation in the image of the gods except that he would not have their life span, would not have their powers and would have to work at their services instead of the Igigi.

The solution was accepted and men were created by the God Ea (Enki) and the Goddess Ninmah (or Ninhursag also called Mama, the universal mother?).

For our creation, they used clay and blood from the God Wê-ilu, an angry God sacrificed for the occasion (who would be at the origin of the wrath of men).

The rest of the story tells that men served the Gods perfectly but they multiplied too quickly, made too much noise and eventually disturbed the Gods who decided to exterminate them.

Enlil (El), the supreme god, sent terrible epidemics and famine to decimate men, but Ea (Enki), the creator, always thwarted his plans through his protégé Atrahasis, the "very wise", a man who warned his people of every danger.

Enlil, after the failures of his attempts to exterminate men, was increasingly exasperated and decided to end it by triggering the Flood and forbidding Ea to communicate with them.

But the latter bypassed the difficulty by addressing Atrahasis in a dream.

He ordered him to build an ark sealed with bitumen and to take with him specimens of all living beings.

As soon as the hatch of Atrahasis' boat had been closed, the God Nergal tore off the props of the heavenly gates, and Ninurta rushed to overflow the dams from above.

Adad extended his deathly silence into heaven, reducing to darkness all that had been luminous.

The Anunnaki gods set the whole Earth on fire.

The waves even covered the tops of the mountains.

For six days and seven nights, gusts, heavy rains, thunder, lightning and hurricanes broke the Earth like a jar.

The gods themselves were terrified: fleeing, they climbed to the sky of Anu where, like dogs, they remained curled up.

On the seventh day, the sea calmed down and stopped, and the ark landed on Mount Nishir.

Ten days later, having regained his senses, Atrahasis took a dove and released it; the dove left, but she returned.

Then he took a swallow and dropped it; the swallow left, but she came back.

Finally, he took a raven and dropped it; the raven went away, but when he found the withdrawal of the waters, he picrored, croaked, shook, and did not return.

Then Atrahasis scattered to the four winds all the specimens of the living beings that were still in the ark, and made a sacrifice: placing the meal on the top of the mountain, he placed seven ritual vases to drink on each side and, in the background, poured into the perfume burner, cymbo, cedar and myrtle.

The gods, smelling the good smell, swirled like flies around the priest.

Enlil saw after the disaster that his plans had once again been thwarted, yet he remained calm because he understood that the disappearance of men would bring them back to the situation that had led to their creation.

To reward him, he then granted immortality to Atrahasis, but made humans less disturbing his tranquility, requiring Ea to reduce men's life time, and introducing disease, sterility, and other weaknesses to men.

Later, Atrahasis settled at the mouth of the Great Rivers, in the Garden of Dilmun where Ea lived.

According to Mesopotamian legend, he still lives there.

Dilmun is a place created by the god Enki for the goddess Ninursag, and the story of Dilmun's creation would be the text that inspired the Paradise of Adam and Eve (article to come on this).

The decrease in the life time of men in the Bible

It can be noted that the Bible also follows the Sumerian texts with regard to the life time of men but without giving any explanation:

The Biblical Noah would have lived 950 years, his grandfather Methuselah, 969 years old and his father Lamech died "young" at 777 years old, then after Noah the life time actually decreases, his son Sem lives 600 years, the son of Sem, Arpakshad lives 438 years and this decreases until now.

Sumerian origin of the Bible: Sargon, the Sumerian Moise

According to the Bible, since the Hebrews were too numerous, a pharaoh ordered their male children to be killed at birth.

A woman from the Levi tribe then hid hers for three months.

Then: "unable to hide him any longer, she found him a papyrus basket, coated him with bitumen and pitch, put the child in it and placed him in the rushes on the banks of the River".

We know what happened next, the pharaoh's daughter found the child, gave him her mother as a nurse and raised him in the palace.

A similar story is described in the Sumerian tablets.

According to these texts, Sargon I, the conqueror of the Sumerian cities, was abandoned baby to the waters of the Euphrates by his mother "in a wicker basket sealed with bitumen".

Texts from the 7th century BC discovered in Nineveh - 16 centuries later in Sargon, but contemporaneous with the probable date of writing of the oldest books that would later form the Bible - thus relate his accession to power:

"My mother was a high priestess. My father, I don't know him. My father's brothers are camping in the mountains.

My hometown is Azupiranu "saffron city", on the banks of the Euphrates river.

My mother, the high priestess, conceived me and bore me in secret.

She put me in a basket of reeds, which she sealed with bitumen.

She threw me on the river without me being able to escape. The river carried me; it carried me to Aqqi, the water pumper. Aqqi the water puffer pulled me out of the river by diving his bucket.

Aqqi the water pumper adopted me as his son and raised me.

Aqqi the water pumper taught me his job as a gardener.

While I was a gardener, the goddess Ištar fell in love with me and so I exercised royalty for fifty-six years. »

This account is very similar to that of the birth of Moses, written by Jewish priests who were in exile in Babylon in the 7th century BC when this surprising story was told from the banks of the Tigris in Iraq to those of the Tiber in Italy.

The motivation is different, her progenitor, a high priestess, had wanted to hide the fruit of an illicit affair with a stranger. However, the method is identical....

Sumerian origin of the Bible: why create a religion and a promised land?

That is the big question, there are different theories, if Pierre Jovanovic talks about bad translation or invention by an unhealthy and misogynistic scribe, Eric DeBroqueville thinks more of an invention due to what these Canaanite peoples were suffering: the frequent deportations caused by the Babylonians for example.

To those deportees who returned home after years of exile, sometimes more than 50 years, and who were not (no longer) accepted by those who had stayed.

It is understandable that exiles use the stories and cults learned from Babylonians and Egyptians to create a religion and a promised land that gives them a legal right of return to their land in Canaan.

It is also possible that the purpose of the Bible was to gather all the knowledge of this people after terrible disasters:

In his book "Worlds in Collision", Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky compares the ancient texts of many people around the world that relate to major disasters such as the account of the ten plagues of Egypt mentioned in the Exodus.

We learn that the disaster told by the Hebrews, which according to Velikovsky was caused by a comet (he collaborated with NASA), was also experienced and described by other peoples in Europe, Asia and America.

The Egyptian king of that time was called Typhon and is said to have given his name to the phenomenon in Mexico, the Mayans who described the same thing called him Hurakan, which then gave him the word "Hurricane".

The Hebrew text would just then have been transformed, embellished, to give importance to a God who would protect them, as the authors of the Bible usually do.

In reality, God did not punish only the Egyptians, the testimonies gathered in "World in Collision" prove that all the peoples of the earth, including the Hebrews, suffered from disasters during this period.

Among the Israelites who had survived the first disasters, many later died in the tidal wave that followed, as Psalm 68 tells us

"my people, who remained in the depths of the sea".

Not only do people in Asia and America tell the same story, but they also describe manna, that food that falls from the sky!

See our article :
Worlds in Collision, a book that questions part of the Bible

The Egyptian origins of the Bible

The Hebrews lived between two great civilizations with which they mixed.

The authors of the Bible were inspired not only by the Sumerians but also by the Egyptian culture that gave them the writing!

The Hebrew alphabet comes from the Egyptian hieroglyphs

Historians wondered how a people who had not created a great civilization could have invented a writing, we know today that the Hebrew alphabet comes from the Protosinaitic alphabet which itself comes from Egyptian hieroglyphs.

Even Kabbalah specialists recognize him as Marc Alain Ouaknin in his book "Mystère de la Kabbale" (p 296).

Wikipedia :

"Egyptian writing is no longer used to write any modern language whatsoever.

However, according to some researchers, it is it that, via the proto-Sinaitic, gave birth to the Phoenician alphabet, which in turn will be at the origin of the Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek alphabets, i. e. Latin and Cyrillic characters".

Roger Sabbah, Egyptologist, archaeologist and researcher made incredible discoveries with his brother:

In Tutankhamun's tomb, opened in 1923, there were inscriptions written in unusual hieroglyphics, some letters resembling the Hebrew alphabet in form, pronunciation and symbolic value.

The coincidence, at the time, did not move anyone.

No more than this one: on a wall of the tomb, the double "cartouche" (the engraved signature) of an obscure pharaoh, Ai, whose name, in hieroglyphics, resembles that in the Aramaic Bible, of God, pronounced Adonai (Aton-Ai). Aton the sun, like AkhenAton...

And, at the entrance to the treasure room, guarding the tomb, lying on a chest, the dog Anubis (or Anapi): in Hebrew, "Nabi" means "guardian of the law".

Dog and chest were covered with a sacred cloth reminiscent of the Hebrew prayer shawl.

The stretcher chest, on the other hand, could be similar to the "Ark of the Covenant" as described in the Bible.

Arguing these similarities - there are many others - the Sabbah brothers reread the texts from top to bottom.

They deduced from this that the Hebrew language was derived from hieroglyphics, which are stylised.

And, from then on, everything became clear: the enigmas of the Bible, the names with strange consonances because they were foreign, the characters, the History.

See also on the subject:

The true secret of Tutankhamun finally revealed

The Egyptian wisdom on which the Bible is based

Excerpts from Kabbalah (esoteric practices), which were believed to be Jewish (given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai), were found on older Egyptian texts and are surely part of the teaching of the elders transmitted in mystery schools and which would be taught today by the Frankish Masons and the Roses crosses.

Murat Ozgen, a Turkish Freemason, notes this about it:

"It is clear that Kabbalah was developed many years before the Torah existed.

The most important section of Kabbalah is the theory of the formation of the universe. This theory differs considerably from the history of creation as accepted by theistic religions.

According to Kabbalah, at the beginning of creation, things called Sephiroth, meaning "circles" or "orbits", with both material and spiritual characteristics took shape.

There were 32 of these things in all. The first ten represented the solar system and the others represented the masses of stars in space.

This particularity of Kabbalah indicates that it is closely linked to ancient astrological systems of belief...

Thus, Kabbalah is very far from the Jewish religion and much more closely linked to the ancient mysterious religions of the East. »

In the Bible there is a poem by Pharaoh Akhenaten, dedicated to the base at Aton the Solar God.

Around -1200, the Egyptian sage Aménémopé wrote a list of about thirty maxims and recommendations for educating his son.

A few centuries later, this text will be reproduced practically as it stands in the Bible, in Proverbs 22:17 to 23:11.

Water separation

The account of the exodus describes one of the most incredible miracles of the Bible: the opening of the waters of the sea to let the fleeing Israelites pass through (Exodus 14:21-31).

This story is not the first of its kind, the third story of the papyrus "Westcar", dating from about 2500 BC, cites a similar story:

A young girl unfortunately drops a very precious amulet into the waters of a lake.

At the king's request, a magician separated the waters, found the jewel and returned it to its owner.

The Ten Commandments and the Law of Ma’at

See our article: The Ten Commandments and the Law of Ma’at, similarity between Egyptian texts and the Bible

The Egyptian origins of the Bible: the Moses who ruled Egypt

One of the possible theories on the origin of Moses, see also the link to the article given above on the secret of Tutankhamun.

If there is no trace of the Bible Moses among the Egyptians, there are many traces of a Moses at the court of Egypt, here is his story:

From 1197 to 1190 BC, Egypt was ruled by the old Pharaoh Seti II (1203 - 1197), who succeeded Merneptah.

Tausret is the main wife of Seti II.

The country's government is run by a confidant of Seti II, from the metropolis "Pi Ramses".

He was raised with the Egyptian nobility, but he is a Canaanite of origin.

Reminder: Canaan is the country we call Israel today.

Many Canaanites have participated in the creation of Pi Rameses.

Their worship is expressed in the temple of Astarte and in that of Sutekh, assimilated to an Egyptian Baal.

This man's name is in Egyptian "Mssw" and reads "Moses".

Misfortune strikes Pharaoh Seti II, his firstborn son dies and follows him to the grave (which may have inspired the death of Pharaoh's firstborn son in the ten wounds of Egypt)

Shotelel, Pharaoh's second wife, had also given him a son: Siptah but he has polio.

"MSSW", Moses or Beya (his Canaanite name) gets Tausret, the first wife of the deceased pharaoh, to agree to see the young Siptah, son of Shotelel, ascend the throne of Egypt.

He also convinced Shotelel, also a Canaanite, to accept in exchange the designation of Tausret as "the great regent of the whole country".

He himself will be called "the great chancellor of the whole country" and will govern the country with her.

But in reality, Moses exercises power directly and his provocative arrogance and clumsiness soon highlighted his inadequacies and lightness.

His Canaan religion made him despise Egyptian traditions and rituals to the point of sacrilege.

He is represented in a statue, sitting himself on Ra's throne, with the young pharaoh on his lap!

He is referred to as "the one who put the king on his father's throne", an appellation reserved only for the God Amon Ra!

Moise (Beya) meets all the conditions to precipitate the fall of the dynasty.

The princes of Egypt soon revolted and took up arms.

Carried away by the disease, the young pharaoh Siptah died in his turn and Tausret immediately proclaimed himself pharaoh.

Only one woman had dared to do this before her, the great Hatshepsut.

Tausret will reign less than two years and will have to flee before the Egyptian armies that the future pharaoh of a new dynasty, Prince Sethnakt, was able to rally to his cause.

Pursued by Sethnakt's armies, Tausret and Moses with their fellow travellers will have to take the southern route and sink into the Sinai like the Bible Moses.

In his flight Moses is always accompanied by Tausret whose royal name bears the epithet of "Beloved of Amen", "Myriam" in Egyptian, as the first name of Moses' sister in the biblical account....

Video on Bible inconsistencies

Conclusion

If you are a believer and this article upsets you, you should know that it does not challenge some of the teachings in the Bible and invites you to read the articles below.

Reincarnation and karma in Judaism and Christianity

NDE: they have gone back from the kingdom of the dead, from Heaven or Hell!

Belief in one God in ancient Egypt, the teaching of Hermes

Source :

Pierre Jovanovic's universal lie: see on Amazon
Eric de Broqueville's secret of Paul: see on Amazon
The story begins in Sumer: Samuel Noah Kramer: see on Amazon


On the same subject:

The genesis revisited by the Sumerian texts: documentary

Anunnaki, the Sumerian version of the creation of humanity

Our ancestors of aliens ? Erich Von Daniken's theory of ancient astronauts

Historians are perplexed by the list of Sumerian kings on cuneiform tablets containing the list of Sumerian kings


Books to go further:

The genesis of humanity: Secret histories of civilizations: see on Amazon
The civilizing gods: The genesis of humanity: see on Amazon
The Bible as you have never read it: Did the Gods come from the stars? : see on Amazon

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Juste quelqu'un de curieux qui se pose des questions sur le sens de la Vie et qui est conscient du fait que nos livres religieux et historiques sont truffés de mensonges.

3 comments

  1. Lisez donc les écrits de cet Italien qui a écrit :
    “La Bible n’est pas un Livre sacré
    DE plus la kabbale a raflé l’Arbre de Vie/Kundalini chez les Sumériens.
    La Bible est un fatras…

  2. Jésus connaissait tout ce que vous écrivez et pourtant il a enseigné comment guérir les malades et comment chasser les démons (démons au sens générique des influences qui oppressent les gens, que ce soit une entité maléfique, démoniaque, ou un être multidimensionnel comme certains extra terrestres appelés reptiliens mais il y en a d’autres).

    Il ne faut pas se laisser impressionner par ce qui n’est pas dit mais il faut apprendre comment guérir les malades et comment chasser les démons. le reste, c’est à dire la capacité à gérer des révélations toujours plus bouleversantes, vous sera donné par surcroît. Vous ne dites pas dans votre exposé les malades que vous avez guéris et les entités (démons ou E.T. reptiliens) que vous avez chassé : vous n’avez jamais essayé ?
    Sinon, vos “découvertes” sont connues depuis des décennies dans les médias, chez les spécialistes, mais personne ne veut du moteur à eau tant qu’il y a du pétrole et son économie. Pareil pour les habitudes religieuses. Le christianisme sera le moins bouleversé par rapport aux autres monothéismes et au bouddhisme. Donc pas de souci. Voici un savant rabin qui dit bien que la Genèse vient de babylone, et alors ?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Awk4WsLvS9A

    • Dans les légendes bouddhistes, Bouddha parle aussi d’êtres reptiliens ou Naga, qui peuvent prendre l’apparence humaine.

      Lorsqu’il a commencé à enseigner, un naga sous la forme d’un homme est venu suivre son enseignement mais Bouddha a vu que ce n’était pas un humain et lui a expliqué que son enseignement n’était que pour les humains.

      Alors le naga lui a demandé une faveur, que tous les futures moines soient appelés naga les premiers jours avant l’ordination et Bouddha a accepté.

      Et aujourd’hui encore, dans les pays où l’on pratique le Bouddhisme Theravada (je ne sais pas pour les autres formes de bouddhisme), avant de devenir moine, les pratiquants s’habillent en blanc et sont appelés naga (nak en thaï).

      Vous ne dites pas dans votre exposé les malades que vous avez guéris et les entités (démons ou E.T. reptiliens) que vous avez chassé : vous n’avez jamais essayé ?

      Si tu veux faire un article pour expliquer comment guérir les malades et chasser les démons, je peux le publier ici.

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