Enoch tells of a rebellion of some of the angels (the fallen angels) against God. Sent to Earth as watchers, they defied orders and had carnal interactions with human women who later gave birth to Nephilims, offsprings of gods and human women. Therefore, according to the Bible, Jesus would be a Nephilim and his father, a fallen angel.
The Other Messiah Prophecy
The Book of Revelation, which described future events, talks about a War in Heaven in which fallen angels, led by Satan, attacked the angels loyal to God, led by Archangel Michael, and were condemned to the abyss till the End of Time.
A similar story is echoed in the Dead Sea Scrolls, of which the War Scroll describes a future conflict between the Sons of Darkness, led by Belial, and the Sons of Light, led by Melchizedek. In the story, El is God, Melchizedek, a messenger (i.e. an angel), "is the Anointed one," i.e. the Christ (11Q13, The Melchizedek Document, Wikipedia, October 13, 2023). Very likely, both these stories refer to the same event, meaning Belial would be Satan.
In the angelic prophecy, El is God, Melchizedek is the savior, and the anointing comes from the Spirit.
Since Peter had the power to bestow the Spirit, he would have been the one anointed by the Spirit at the time of Jesus.
The Name of God
Typically, the names of archangels end with el, e.g. Gabriel, Michael, Raphael, Uriel, etc. El is the name of God.
El-ijah is generally translated as God is the Lord (i.e. Yahweh for Jews). Similarly, Bab-el, Beth-el, and Immanu-el (the 'messiah prophecy') are translated as 'Gate of God,' 'House of God,' and 'God with us' respectively.
As such, El (the god of angels) is God. Yahweh (sky god of Israelites) and its archenemy Baal (Hadad, sky god of Canaanites) were lower entities. Confirming this is their listing on Wikipedia as children of El.
Yah (as in Yah Weh), Jah, Baal, and Yodh all mean lord. A double Yah, Yah-Yah, means Lord of lords, i.e. God. The use of single Yah and Baal further confirms that they were tribal lords (or junior gods) rather than God, the Lord of the gods.
The Elohim of the Jews
In the War Scroll, Melchizedek is the Elohim of the Jews. Elohim in singular form is translated as God in the Bible and stands for El or the angelic family. In plural form, it refers to the children of El, or the angels. In literal translation, the first book of the Bible (Genesis) reads, 'In the beginning, Elohim created the Heavens and the Earth...'. See God or Gods? The Many Faces of God in Ancient Texts for details. Therefore, the Jews followed El, the angels, before Yahweh.
The letter l is typically associated with angels, while d in pronounciation tends to be linked to Dyeus (the Indo-European day-light sky god), Dieu (French), Zeus (derived from Dyeus), Jupiter diety, divine, and probably Jews. In English it is g as in god and ghost.
Melchizedek is also described as being 'by his strength' the judge of the 'holy ones of God' (i.e. the priests and religious clerics). Belial is associated with spirits that rebelled. With the 'gods of justice', Melchizedek will defeat Belial, save many from its grasp, and bring final peace. In the end, the Sons of Light (angels loyal to El) and men of Melchizedek (the Just) will be rewarded.
Melchizedek, King of Salem (Jerusalem), was the high priest of El. He was better known for having accepted Lot and his tribe as refugees after their rescue from Sodom and Gomorrah by Abraham. The latter paid tithe to Melchizedek so Lot could settle in his land. This sets El and Melchizedek above Yahweh and Abraham, in line with all of the above.
When Yahweh through Abraham gave Canaan (modern day Israel and Jordan) to the Israelites in the Covenant of the Pieces, he set in motion a series of event that led the descendants of Lot to violently conquering Canaan and the Levant, committing multiple genocides in the process.
The Book of Joshua relates the story, starting with destruction of Jericho and continuing with the massacre of 12,000 souls, men and women, and total annihilation of their city, Ai, including its king and new king of Jerusalem, Adonizedek. Adonai was frequently used as an alternative name for the Most High, i.e. God.
Catharism professes that people are angels and would therefore be associated with the Spirit, Elohim, Melchizedek, and the Sons of Light.
The God that Matters
The words Aides, Adonai and Adonis are closely related. The latter was the "mortal lover of the goddesses Aphrodite and Persephone, who was famous for having achieved immortality" as Hades. Sdk, or Sydyk and Zedek, was a Phoenician god, son of from Amunos and Magos, themselves offsprings of Wanderers or Titans (Wikipedia, Sydyk, August 20, 2023).
Wanderers is what Nabateans were also called as they traded between cities, crossing deserts navigating by the stars (Washington Post, Rock of Ages, Dec. 03, 1995). As such, the Titans of ancient Greek myths would have been Nabateans. Magos is the Greek word for magi (magus), who in the Jesus story also navigated by the stars.
The Greek pantheon was comprised of 12-13 gods, with all living on Mount Olympus except for the one ruling over the Underworld (the Afterlife). Prior to the Titanomachy, a decade-long war in Ancient Thessaly in which the Olympian gods rebelled and overthrew their father Cronus and the Titans, Tartarus (a god) ruled the Underworld (also called Tartarus).
As a result of the war, Zeus inherited the sky, Poseidon, the waters, and Hades, a pacifist Titan who did not take part in the coup, inherited the Underworld (from then on called Hades). Tartarus became the abyss, a 'dungeon of torment' (Tartar-us, tortur-e) below the Underworld where the Titans were imprisoned.
Here again, we have a rebellion against God. This time, some of the Titans rebelled under the leadership of Zeus (Dyeus) and became know as the Gods of Olympus. But, it is the Titans who got sent to the abyss. Hades, often called a god, would really be a Titan (i.e. an angel) since he did not take part in the rebellion.
2 Peter 2:4 (Literal Standard Version):
'For if God did not spare messengers having sinned, but having cast [them] down to Tartarus with chains of deepest gloom, delivered [them], having been reserved to judgment'
Jesus (Je-Zeus), the claimed son of Zeus would therefore be linked to Tartarus, the abyss, rather than Hades (the Afterlife) which provides for life eternal and reincarnation.
The Zoroastrian pantheon of Persia had 11 gods and one angel, Rashnu, the Angel of Justice and keeper of the bridge between life and the afterlife. This mirrors the Greek pantheon with its gods on Olympus and Hades. Hades would therefore be the Rashnu of Persia, not only an angel, but one of the priestly Zedekian line since the suffix 'zedek' translates to righteousness, i.e. justice. He would also be the one guarding the gates of the Afterlife.
The Magi is what Zoroastrians priest-gurus were called.
The Great Temptation: Power
In the Greek pantheon story, it is the gods led by Zeus the sky diety that violently overthrew the Titans, making gods the fallen angels in the Enochian story and the Sons of Darkness of the War in Heaven.
After the Titanomachy, Zeus and the gods began another war, the Gigantomachy. This one was with the Giants. It seems that gods are associated with violence, just like the dogmatic religions that they inspired. Abrahamic religions are associated with genocides or killings on the order of their priesthood and in the name of God.
On the other hand, the Spirit, would therefore be associated with the Titans which preceded the gods, the angels that remained loyal, the Sons of Light, and pacifism. Spiritual religions (Catharism, reiki, yoga, astrology, meditation, etc.) are generally peaceful and secular in nature, not seeking to impose their values on others. They do not vie for power, political or other.
The sin of the gods was one of power, the violent rebellion and taking of power. The sin of the religions flowing from them was the same. Rituals created positions of power and jobs for clerics, which eventually led to a hierarchy of power. Making religions dogmatic, i.e. calling scriptures written by men the 'word of God,' provided the ultimate power: The word of God cannot be violated or ignored!
In the wilderness, Jesus was tempted with power by Satan. Did he take the deal? The Bible says no, but anyone having done so would have denied it. The fact that he faked the prophecy suggests that he did. If he did not, then the papacy did when they made Jesus equal to God in the Trinity at the Council of Nicea of 325 AD: 'Holy Mary, Mother of God...'. Just like the Jews with Yahweh, Christians made Jesus, a lower entity, their God.
The Spirit & the Duality
Prior to the Trinity created by the Catholic Church and the birth of Jesus, there would have been only a duality comprised of God the Spirit and God the Father. The former is associated with El, the angels, and relatively free thinking. The latter is associated with dogma (a prison of ideas), violence, and power.
Babel (Genesis 11:1–9) translate to the Gate of El and is therefore associated with the angels. As such, it may have been the very place where the angelic theology that the Jews followed at first was born. Humans built a tower (a ziggurat) to reach the sky. Ziggurats are associated with gods and slavery. Its building probably symbolized the people rising against the angelic system and turning to the worship of gods instead. Ziggurats, because of the immense amount of work they required and the fact that they served no useful purpose for the people themselves, are associated with slavery.
The story tells a tale of people who spoke a single language being confounded by a displeased God into speaking different language as a result of their actions. This appears to connect to the Pentecost story (Acts 2) where people who received the Spirit began to speak multiple languages.
Bethel & The House of God
More to come...
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