lørdag den 4. oktober 2008

Aspects of the construct - identifying the deities

(is this god - the supreme deity - or?)

To fully understand the basic construct of your percieved reality, it's important to understand that ALL religion is actually the same story given to you in different varities according to geografic and cultural differences. Ofcourse the "construct" mostly have shaped culture and art.
What I'm saying is that all religion is the same all over the world. The chief deities are all the same one or 2.
Let's have a look at the deities:

The semitic God El.
(from british enclypedia 2008)
"His most common epithet was “the Bull,” but he was also sometimes called “Creator/Possessor of Heaven and Earth"
"He was the equivalent of the Hurrian god Kumarbi and the Greek god Cronus. In the Old Testament, El is commonly used as a synonym for Yaweh."(The semitic god El)

So the god El is Yaweh of the bible and the Greek god Cronus/kronos/chronos. By now the same god is actually several gods. Let's look a little further in the encyclopedia.

The god Cronus:

"he was later identified with the Roman god Saturn. Cronus' functions were connected with agriculture; in Attica his festival, the Kronia, celebrated the harvest and resembled the Saturnalia. In art he was depicted as an old man holding an implement, probably originally a sickle but interpreted as a harpē, or curved sword."

So El who is Yaweh and Kronos is also the god roman god Saturn. Saturn ofcourse being a planet or star. Amasing all these gods of major religions actually being a representation of saturn.

(Kronos/Cronus/El/Saturn .. notice the scythe)

( Rubens picture of the planet/god Saturn)

Unfortunately I cannot show you the picture of the last deity. His noame is Allah. But let's look at what British Encyclopedia writes about Allah. Let me stress this is not me but Quotes from the encyclopedia!!


"The name's origin can be traced back to the earliest Semitic writings in which the word for god was Il or El, the latter being an Old Testament synonym for Yahweh. Allāh is the standard Arabic word for “God” and is used by Arab Christians as well as by Muslims."

Almost comming full circle of all the major religions of the world and without getting into old esoteric writings we have one planet/deity covering for all. Or should we say all religions covering over being worship of saturn.

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