Lamb of a Bloodthirsty God (Video)


 

Two of the holiest days in Islamic & Jewish faith are called Eid Kippir &Yom Kippur.

Do you discern any similarity?

Both religious traditions (of Judaism & Islam) are grounded in animal sacrifice, a glaring Pagan tradition.

During those holy festivities, thousands of animals are slaughtered leaving the ground drenched with rivers of blood.

The Muslims and Jews sacrifice to Allah/Elohim

However, the ultimate sacrifice came with Jesus Christ

The ultimate human sacrifice

Nailed to the Roman Cross, his body was all soaked in blood.

The last words Jesus said (in Aramaic) on the cross were “Elahi, why have you forsaken me?”

“Elahi – Allah – Ellohim”

They seem like one and the same God

Are we worshiping the same God? And more importantly, is he a pagan God in disguise?

… Do I dare contemplate the question?

“Do I dare disturb the universe?”

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10 thoughts on “Lamb of a Bloodthirsty God (Video)

  1. Nice to see this reblogged on Bmans Revolt. You both are on the same team attempting to awaken the masses. I an honored to know you both. Silence is a form of consent. By spreading this information we are not silent. Once you know what you know you cannot unlearn it. Without responsibility there is no freedom. Heads in the sand get chopped off at the neck. We are brain dead if we do not use our critical thinking ability which is a gift from Source. (and Egypt as they were enlightened with Source) They cannot control you if you have no fear. Claim your sovereignty while it is still possible. Darkness is driven into the abyss by the light. Be the light you want to see in this realm we call the world. Do not expect any government or religion to save you. It is in your hands alone.

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    1. I have bought you book and been totally awed by it, thank you for the truth. I have also posted some of your videos on Facebook, I want as many people as possible to learn the truth. I have always questioned The Hebrew bible, and asked my self why this “god” was so demanding with sacrifice, and would swipe so many people of the map if he was inclined. now I am beginning to learn why.

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  2. Amazing once again. People need to rid themselves of their cognitive dissonance and listen with their hearts, not their minds. This is the recipe for world peace. A gift from Egypt. We can undo the damage that has been caused if we have love in our hearts for all humanity. No one comes into this world religious. NO ONE. It is imparted upon us. It is geography. We are all one. If we get that concept we can be FREE. No more burkas no more stars of David, no more missionaries offering salvation no more WAR. We are our own salvation. It is possible. Thank you Dr. Ezzat for your tireless efforts for the cause of awakening the masses.

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      1. It’s not the trivial matter of different consonants and how they are pronounced in different traditions. It is a matter of how strikingly both Judaism & Islam are similar in creed, laws, phonetics and rituals. We are talking here about comparative religion and mythology. I’m digging deeper than the mainstream indoctrination does. Hence, I expect my audience –once they are on this platform- to strip themselves of the shallowness of the (pandemic) herd mentality, or else this site is not for them after all.

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  3. It all started with the Palestinian deity El, which the passing nomadic Israelites (on their way northwards from the Arabian Peninsula) borrowed and called Elohim. In its Arabized form, El was transformed to Alla, a result of adding the definite article “al” — which renders “The God”. El still exists in many Jewish names such as Israel, Michael, Daniel, etc; and in Arabic Abdalla, Nasralla, etc. Yahweh was a later invention to distinguish the Israelites from the Arab neighbours, and to earn the unique label “The Chosen People” and who were granted “The Promised Land.” This drama is unbelievable –or is it?

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