These editing and restructurings are
known, historical facts but also are quite evident in the Bible
For example, in the Old Testament neither the "Book of Jubilees"
nor the "Book of Enoch" were included.
Also despite being reference in both the books of Joshua and
Book of Jasher was nowhere
included in the Old despite despite this clear importance to the
Two other works are also cited in the Bible. The Book of
Numbers draws our attention to the "Book of The Wars of
Jehovah". And in the Book of Isaiah we are directed
towards the "Book of the Lord". What are these books?
WHERE are these books? Despite other uncertainties the
differentiation between "Jehovah" and "The Lord"
is quite evident in their titles. This differentiation of titles
is also seen in the previously posted Deuteronomy CH 32
in comparing verse 8 and 9.
8 - When the Most High assigned
the nations their heritage, when he parceled out the
descendants of Adam, He set up the boundaries of the peoples
after the number of the sons of God;
9 - While the LORD'S own portion was Jacob, His hereditary
share was Israel.
The reference to "Most High"
in verse 8 makes an abrupt (and objectively undeniable)
change of reference to "Lord" in verse 9, with
this reference to "Lord" presumed to continue on in verse 12
"The LORD alone was their
leader, no strange god was with him".
Could this evident change in
reference actually represent a change in reference to a whole
separate, second being? Historical reference even across
time indicates this is in fact the truth: there is more than
one "divine controlling being" referenced in the Bible.
Beyond doubt the reference in Deuteronomy chapter 32, vs 8
to "Most High" is an epithet that plays off of one applied
throughout the early patriarchy. Only from the time of Moses and
the moment of the meeting on Mount Sinai and speaking to the
burning bush was the being referred to as Jahovah or
Jahovah (YHWH, Yahweh) is truly not
a name at all and, in fact is taken from the mistaken
translation "I am who I am" which was "Eya(h) escher eya(h)"
The early reference during the patriarchal period to the being
in the times of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob was 'El Shaddai'
or "Lofty Mountain". The correlation between "Most
High" and "Lofty Mountain" should be obvious here.
In our modern Bibles, the definitions 'God' and 'Lord'
are used and intermixed throughout, as if they were one and the
same character, but originally they were not. One was a
vengeful god , and the other was a social god, and
they each had wives, sons and daughters. So, what was the name
given to the Lord in the early writings? It was, quite
simply, the prevailing Hebrew word for 'Lord', and the
word was 'Adon' or 'Adonai'.
To define who these two beings might be, we must look no further
than where these gods were actually operative, and the old
Canaanite texts (discovered in Syria in the 1920s) tell us
that their courts were in the Tigris-Euphrates valley in
Mesopotamia, in the Sumerian Eden delta of the Persian Gulf. In
tracing these ancient Sumerian records back to about 3700 B.C.
we discover that these two gods were brothers.
Sumer, the storm god
who eventually became known as Jehovah was called 'Enlil'
or 'Ilu-kur-gal' (meaning 'Ruler of the Mountain'),
and his brother, who became Adon, the Lord, was
called 'Enki'. To the Canaanites, these gods were
respectively called 'El Elyon' and 'Baal' - which
meant precisely the same things ('Lofty Mountain' and 'Lord').
In different cultures they have been known as 'El Elyon' and
'Baal'; 'El Shaddai' and 'Adon'; 'Arhiman' and 'Mazda';
'Jehovah' and 'Lord'; 'God' and 'Father'.
The old writings tell us that throughout the patriarchal era the
Israelites endeavored to support Adon, the Lord,
but at every turn El Shaddai (the storm god, Jehovah)
retaliated with floods, tempests, famines and destruction. Even
at the very last (around 600 BC), the Bible explains that
Jerusalem was overthrown at Jehovah's bidding and tens of
thousands of Jews were taken into Babylonian captivity simply
because their King (a descendant of King David) had erected
altars in veneration of Baal, the Adon. It was
during the course of this captivity that the Israelites weakened
and finally conceded.
They decided to succumb to the 'God
of Wrath', and developed a new religion out of sheer fear of
his retribution. It was at this time that the name of Jehovah
first appeared - and this was only 500 years before the time of
Jesus. Subsequently, the Christian Church took Jehovah
on board as well, calling him simply 'God' - and all
the hitherto social concepts of the Adon were totally
discarded. The two religions were henceforth both faiths of
fear. Even today, their followers are classified as
The fact is ancient texts indicate us that it was Enlil (Jehovah)
who brought the Flood; it was Enlil who destroyed Ur and
Babylon, and it was Enlil who constantly opposed the education
and enlightenment of humankind. Indeed, the early Syrian texts
tell us that it was Enlil who obliterated the cities of Sodom
and Gomorrah on the Dead Sea - NOT because they were dens of
wickedness, as we've been led to believe, but because they were
great centers of wisdom and learning where mankind was
It was Enki (The Lord), on the other hand, who,
despite the wrath of his brother, granted the Sumerians access
to the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life. It
was Enki who set up the escape strategy during the Flood, and it
was Enki who passed over the time-honoured Tables of Destiny
- the tables of scientific law which became the bedrock of the
early mystery schools in Egypt.
Reconsidering Deuteronomy 32:7-12, given what is shown by
Biblical and historic facts themselves of there being two
individual "gods" involved, the change from "Most High"
to "Lord" is not surprising given the reference change
between two separate and distinct beings. Certainly the
reference in Deuteronomy CH 32:9 to Jacob as his "own portion"
(hereditary link reference?) and Israel as his "heredity
share", shows that more than one being was involved here and
that the one parceling out the earth was not awarding himself
Given the evident Biblical conflict between "Yahweh/Jehovah"
and "Lord" the known existence of the missing Books
of "Book of the Lord" and "Book of The Wars of Jehovah"
should be highly suspect. Perhaps the "Book of The Wars of
Jehovah" discloses the war between Jehovah/Yahweh (Enlil)
and Lord (Enki) and reveals what came to pass that led to
Yahweh/Jehovah taking control of the Israelites when
the bush spoke to Moses on Mt Sainai.
Beyond doubt, the true history has been rewritten.