by Jan Erik Sigdell

received by Email on April 24, 2022









I begin with a quote that points to a common but often overlooked fundamental problem in studies of this type (translated from German):

"A problem with biblical scholarship is that there are no original manuscripts of the books of the Bible.


For example, the oldest surviving or known manuscripts of the New Testament date from the 2nd century, at least a hundred years after Jesus' death...


Even from this period there are only a few surviving pages. The oldest surviving full Bibles only came into being in the 4th century (Codex Vaticanus, Codex Sinaiticus).


Sometimes it is perceived as a problem that the authors of the gospels are unknown and we only indirectly know something about them, where they lived, their intentions and who they wrote for.


The reliability of their reports can therefore be questioned."

It hardly gets more concrete than that and I have to do my own research to see what can be done with a large variety of relevant information.


The Bible begins with a creation story and I assume that I also have to that myself. Mankind has had many cultures and religions with both similarities and differences since ancient times.


How are you supposed to find your way there? The historical tracing of the Bible texts leads to the land called Sumer. This study does not seem to take us any further back.


So let's start there.


In the Mesopotamian region we find a creation story called the Enuma Elish, which seems to be the earliest that can have anything to do with our Bible.


The name is formed from the first two words in the cuneiform text, meaning "As above".




Where did the Sumerians come from?

In Genesis 11:2 it says:

"And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there."

Some other Bibles, e.g. the German translation by Luther, have (here in English):

"As they travelled towards the morning…", i.e. to the east, hence coming from the west. John Sassoon has compared a large number of official Bible texts and found that they predominantly have "from the east".

The Hebrew Bible has miqedem = from the east.

There is, of course, a certain "political interest" in making people believe that they came from where they later migrated back to. But if they did came from the East, where did they come from? From Persia? Was there possibly a Zoroastrian influence in Sumerian beliefs?


But I won't speculate about that here.




The migration

Here follows an extremely abbreviated presentation, just to give a little background for the current topics.


The path back in time leads to Abraham and his father Terah, who lived in the Sumerian city of Ur, so it might be expected that they initially held rather Babylonian beliefs.


Terah made statuettes of gods, which he probably sold for prayer and ritual purposes, which Abraham considered idolatry. One day he had the opportunity to destroy these figurines. Abraham was then to be thrown into a fire as punishment, but was miraculously saved. Under unclear circumstances, Terah then migrated with his family to go to Canaan, but they first stayed in Haran (now in south-eastern Turkey).


Much later - according to one source when Terah had died, according to another when he still was alive - Abraham moved on with his family to Canaan, prompted by God, who promised him an important task there.


Most likely he and the family brought some of the Babylonian faith with them and then probably also the knowledge of Enuma Elish.

In Canaan, he and other migrants were confronted with local beliefs, which may have at least partially "amalgamated" with their own beliefs and those they had brought with them. Over time, there was a famine in Canaan, which caused a part of the people to emigrate to Egypt.


But there they had to live as second-class inhabitants and rather be servants of the local population. Half a millennium later, under circumstances familiar to us from school education, they were able to return to Canaan, hailed as the "Promised Land."


When they finally arrived after a very long wandering, they were initially disappointed. The country wasn't free! There were already people living in cities in the land!


Then an order came to the immigrants from their highest authority:

"Kill everyone! Spare not a child, a woman, or an old man!"

However, it was permissible to take virgins as booty...


For what? As housemaids or even wives? Or for "sexual services"? And who then enacted this? Yah-weh!


And who is he? I will come back to that... The genocide in Canaan also meant that they killed descendants of their own ancestors, actually their relatives!


Was all this staged in order to eliminate old knowledge in this way through "mass brainwashing"? A kind of ethnic cleansing?




When the heavens above...

There are still a few slightly different originals from Enuma Elish (unfortunately important sections of the text have been lost in broken parts of the tablets), but there are also some far more different modern interpretations in the translations.


The original texts are cuneiform tablets, written in Babylonian and Assyrian, found during excavations at various sites: Ashur, Sultantepe, Nimrud and Nineveh (Ashurbanipal's library) and others.


The text may have been written before the fall of Sumer in 1750 BC, even if later tablets date up to about 1200 BC.

The authoritative translation for me is by Wilfred G. Lambert.

First tablet

1. When the heavens above did not exist,
2. And earth beneath had not come into being –
3. There was Apsu, the first in order, their begetter
4. And demiurge Tiamat, who gave birth to them all;
5. They had mingled their waters together
6. Before the meadow coalesced and reed bed was to be found –
7. When not one of the gods had been formed
8. Or had come into being, when no destinies had been decreed,
9. The gods were created within them
10. Lahmu and Lahamu were formed and came into being.

For "the demiurge (albeit a masculine word...) Tiamat," the original text on the clay tablet has mu-um-mu ti-amat, thus providing a riddle.


Most other translations here have "Mummu-Tiamat" or also "progenitor Tiamat", sometimes one tries with "mother, chaos, creator, womb, son and even bosom of Tiamat"...

Nancy Sandars translates "maker Tiamat" and explains:

"The word 'maker' here is not an adjective describing Tiamat, but another god named Mummu appearing at the same time. As might be expected, Mummu means 'maker,' 'form,' mold' or 'matrix.'"

She also wants to explain the name with the physical principle of entropy.


Most translations later in the text refer to "Mummu" as Apsu's Vizier. Almost nothing else is found in the cuneiform tablets about this Mummu, except that he is a god of knowledge, wisdom and ability.

Many translations want to understand Apsu (also Abzu) as "sweet water" and Tiamat (also Tam-Tum) as "salt water" and claim that where seawater and freshwater from rivers mix in the ocean, particularly rich life forms arise, with which one allegorically would denote the creation of life.


I find that to be "far-fetched."


Our school science always has trouble with the fact that in some cultures beings and immaterial life are taken more seriously than we are used to in our culture. For me they are beings and especially cosmic energies of higher dimensions, as well as other beings primarily created by them.


It is understandable that, in our usual but limited three-dimensional way of thinking, we then officially switch to a rather naïve image in order not to reveal "ridiculousness" to colleagues and others, for example. It's then better to hit the same mark.

Today's physics knows that the universe has more than "our" three dimensions - or maybe better three and a half, because the fourth dimension also (and not only) has to do with time. It will be more than time.


We know at most half of that fourth dimension... Some seem to think today that the universe has twelve dimensions. I agree with that because an old writing by Dionysius Areopagita called Celestial Hierarchy (ca. 600 AD) reports three times three hierarchies arranged one above the other - i.e. nine - and if we then add "our" three to them, we get 12.


It goes without saying that the nine dimensions superordinate to us can by no means be "empty", but rather have energies and are populated by entities that are invisible to us because our organs of perception consist of three-dimensional substances and therefore can only perceive three-dimensionally.


The "gods" who create themselves, and to some extent also those created by them, will undoubtedly be "at home" in such higher regions.

Tiamat is also associated with the primordial chaos. But what is chaos? The usual understanding is "complete disorder", a total mess, but etymologically more correct is "abyss", "deep and empty cleft" or "yawning emptiness" from the Greek chaino = to yawn.


It will have to do with a rather formless primordial energy that does not yet have a shape but in which something can materialize (also being of higher dimensions).


In the Bible this is described as tohu wa bohu, "void and waste."

Now other gods were also created, but their behavior was not good. They were loud and caused unrest in the world of gods, and Apsu found no peace.


Tiamat found her often unbridled behavior uncomfortable, but said nothing about it at first.


Then Apsu called Mummu to come:

31 "Vizier Mummu, who gratifies my pleasure,
32 Come, let us go to Tiamat!"
33 They went and sat, facing Tiamat,
34 As they conferred about the gods, their sons,
35 Apsu opened his mouth
36 And addressed Tiamat
37 "Their behavior has become displeasing to me
38 And I cannot rest in the day-time or sleep at night.
39 I will destroy and break up their way of life
40 That silence may reign and we may sleep."
41 When Tiamat heard this
42 She raged and cried out to her spouse,
43 She cried in distress, fuming within herself,
44 She grieved over the (plotted) evil,
45 "How can we destroy what we have given birth to?
46 Though their behavior causes distress, let us tighten discipline graciously."
47 Mummu spoke up with counsel for Apsu –
48 (As from) a rebellious vizier was the counsel of his Mummu –
49 "Destroy, my father, that lawless way of life,
50 That you may rest in the day-time and sleep by night!"
51 Apsu was pleased with him, his face beamed
52 Because he had plotted evil against the gods, his sons.
53 Mummu put his arms around Apsu's neck,
54 He sat on his knees kissing him.

Here Mummu behaves like a son, the first son of both.


Some variants of the text interpretations also call him son. So far, all three obviously belong together and that's how it was at the beginning, when the other and rather subordinate gods were not yet created.


This is an original trinity! A topic we will to explore further.


We have it in biblical belief as:

God, Christ and the Holy Spirit and also in Gnostic Christianity, God, Christ and Barbelo.

Like Barbelo in Gnostic Christianity, the Holy Spirit is regarded as female (cf. Jesus quote in the apocryphal Gospel of the Hebrews: "My mother, the Holy Spirit." ).





The gods were furious when they learned of this plan, and Ea (also called Enki, one of the created gods) managed to use an incantation to put Apsu to sleep and then "kill" him - although some interpretations have it that he survived, but was held captive.


Ea took his crown and robe and "settled on Apsu," presumably meaning that he took his role. Mummu was unable to help Apsu, instead being tied up and held on a leash ("nose-rope").

Can you really kill the Creator God?


Even more:

Can a created being do it?

"Killing" created beings on this level should mean bringing them back into the primal energy of creation rather than "destroying."


Such as: Back to the beginning and then start again. "Killing" of the Creator rather means excluding him from ones fellowship. People wanted to be independent of him and no longer have anything to do with him.

Then the god Marduk was born of Ea (Enki) and his consort Damkina. He had an overwhelming appearance with four eyes and four ears.


Tiamat became very restless and was accused:

"When Apsu, your spouse, was killed, you did not go at his side, but sat quietly. The four dreadful winds have been fashioned to throw you into confusion, and we cannot sleep.


You gave no thought to Apsu, your spouse, nor to Mummu, who is a prisoner... Now you sit alone. Henceforth you will be in frantic consternation! And as for us, who cannot rest, you do not love us!" (113-120).

She was now called to battle and goaded to avenge the "death" of Apsu, for which she armed herself with a variety of weapons.


However, the gods first created by Apsu and Tiamat were afraid of a fight with Tiamat and retreated, until Marduk declared himself ready to fight. This is followed, in Enuma Elish, by a lengthy narrative of a battle almost reminiscent of a Star Wars story.


In the end, Marduk managed to "kill" Tiamat and he used her "body parts" to create a new world - assuming that it means that he used parts of her primal energy for this.


To describe this fight, the term "chaos fight" has become common.


After the created gods hijacked Apsu's power, a world separated from higher dimensional realms emerged from Tiamat's energies.


Thus was established the rule of the Anunnaki - the autocratic parent-murdering offspring of Apsu and Tiamat, comprising the first-begotten Lahmu and Lahamu, and then from them Anshar and Kishar, and as a sort of side leap Kingu.


The latter is said to be a leader and co-fighter in the battles of the Tiamat. On the next level came the sky god Anu, hence the name Anunnaki for these gods.


An alternative interpretation of this designation as "those who came to earth from heaven" might today be considered inaccurate.

"Those who came to earth from Anu in heaven" would then be more correct.

The myth of Adapa shows that Anu himself remained in heaven and did not settle on earth.




The first sentence in the Bible

Now we approach a consideration of the creation story in the Bible.


Already in the first sentence we encounter an old riddle that is always swept under the carpet, namely the word elohim in the He-brew text! The word is undeniably the plural form of eloha = god and thus means "gods"!


Now how can you turn this around?

This sentence in the Bible already points to a relationship with Enuma Elish.


The Hebrew text in Genesis 1:1 reads as follows:

Bereshit bara elohim et ha-shamajim ve et ha-aretz,

...mostly translated as:

"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth."

Whichever way you look at it, elohim is and remains the plural form of eloah = "God".


Therefore, one has tried to interpret the sentence as,

"... the gods created..."

However, this does not fit grammatically, since the verb bara has the singular form.


Relieved, theologians then sweep the riddle under the carpet and declare elohim to be Pluralis Majestatis. While this grammatical form does occur in Hebrew, I present here another solution to the problem that theology probably purposely avoids addressing.

The conventional and "dogmatically accepted" translation of bereshit is based on be = "in, at, of" and reshit = "beginning." However, according to dictionaries reshit can alternatively mean "the first (of his kind)", and be can also refer to the "origin."


Thus, the word bereshit can be taken as a somewhat tautological formulation meaning "the original first" or "the very first," i.e., the prime creator.


Then it also fits grammatically, as follows:

"The First One created the gods with the heavens and with the earth" or a little looser: "The Prime Creator created the gods [together] with the cosmic worlds and the earth."

The translations by various linguists of Enuma Elish and other cuneiform texts differ markedly, in some cases greatly.


Where Apsu is spoken of in the beginning, he is also occasionally referred to as the "Primal One" or the "First One," which fits directly with this interpretation of bereshit and suggests a connection.

The little word et is conventionally not translated in the Genesis 1:1. On the one hand it is an accusative particle, but on the other hand it can also mean "with", which does not fit into the dogmatic translation - but here it makes sense! This corroborates the interpretation formulated above.

The Hebrew word shamajim for "heaven" is also in the plural (singular: shamai) and can meaning-fully be understood as "cosmic worlds."


Who then are the "created gods"?


In our context, obviously inhabitants of the cosmic worlds - planets or dimensional realms - and not only inhabitants of the earth, but also extraterrestrial life in general:

The Anunnaki and other "gods" out there...

As already indicated above, in our hypothetical consideration of the Mesopotamian texts - which assumes that the texts are potentially based on actual facts (represented only allegorically) - the Anunnaki annexed a part of creation.


If we are dealing here with a part of creation, it can be assumed that there will also be other areas.

Tablet VI tells how Marduk created mankind after his victory over Tiamat. For this, Kingu was sacrificed and his blood was mixed with clay and his bones were used.


The people that were then created according to this prototype were intended to be slaves to the gods. Another text, Atrahasis, gives a detailed account of this, as if by some sort of a genetic process.


The Bible mentions only briefly in Genesis 1:26-28:

"And God said [actually: the elohim said!]: Let us [plural!] make man after our likeness... And God [elohim] created man in his [their] image, in the image of God [elohim] he created him; and created them male and female... And God [elohim] blessed them, and said unto them, be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth"...

Accordingly, man and woman are equal!


Humans are supposed to multiply and that is almost an imperative for sexuality, but sexuality in love! This is about human creation in general.


But there is also a second human creation in Genesis 2, where God (here for the first time called JHWH elo-him!) makes himself a gardener in his private garden and gives him a wife.


But now the subject of sexuality emerges in Genesis 3 in a certain way, because an intruder provokes:

"And the snake said unto the woman, yea, hath God said, ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? And the woman said unto the serpent, we may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden: But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die.


And the serpent said unto the woman, ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.


And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.


And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons. And they heard the voice of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God amongst the trees of the garden.


And the LORD God called unto Adam, and said unto him, where art thou?


And he said, I heard thy voice in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid myself. And he said, who told thee that thou wast naked? Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I commanded thee that thou shouldest not eat? And the man said, the woman whom thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I did eat.


And the LORD God said unto the woman, what is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, the serpent beguiled me, and I did eat."

Then what is the forbidden tree of knowledge? Its name in Hebrew is ez ha-daat, which means tree of wisdom.


Many associate this with sexuality and believe that the forbidden fruit is extramarital or other sexual debauchery. This comes from a misunderstanding of Genesis 4:1:

"And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD", which the Hebrew word yada, "to know" in this context is erroneously understood as "having inter-course".


In Gnostic Christianity, however, it is said that Eve was twice raped by Yahweh and that she had her firstborn child by him.


The correct translation of Genesis 4:1 would then be:

"And Adam knew [discovered] that his wife Eve was already pregnant, and she gave birth to Cain and said: I have conceived a boy by the LORD."

Only the third child Seth is from Adam.


This may be hard for some readers to digest, but yada certainly does not mean "having intercourse" and there is no ez ha-"yada" or equivalent word in the Bible (perhaps ez ha-zihui from "knowledge" or hagilui from "discovery").


This "deliberate misunderstanding" is already proven by the fact that the fruit makes you wise and opens your eyes (and that it was only then that they realized they were naked).


Also, it doesn't fit with the fact that first Eve and then Adam ate the fruit one after the other. You have sex together and not one after the other... Adam was also forbidden to eat that fruit before Eve was created and sex was not an issue anyway.


It furthermore contradicts Genesis 1:28:

" fruitful and multiply..."

So what was forbidden was not to manifest love physically, but to know too much! You should do your job without asking questions. Those who know too much are more likely to start thinking and may understand hidden intentions that it is better not to know.


A slave bid for the "garden gnomes"...

Another riddle is that after leaving Eden, the sons of Adam and Eve took wives, and later their sons too. How, then, if Adam was the first created man?


The solution is simple:

from the first creation of man in Genesis 1:26-28.

Adam was the first created only in Eden. However, there were also sister marriages.




Sky gods

Anu has two sons Enki (Ea) and Enlil.


Since Anu essentially remained in the heavenly heights, Enlil became the god on earth and over its humanity, a god of wind and storm, and in a sense also a god of the mountain, because his house and temple Ekur was high up on a mountain in the Sumerian city of Nippur.


Quite a few stories about Enlil in the Sumerian clay tablets show parallels to Gene-sis, which is why it does not seem unreasonable to compare him with Yahweh.

Yahweh was also often portrayed as a god of wind and storm, but this view may now be disputed.


This could have something to do with the fact that Baal and Yahweh were regarded as one and the same at times and regions in ancient cultures, but since there were different ideas of Baal (especially as one to whom children were sacrificed...), it is probable that in some areas the word was simply used unspecifically in the sense of "god" and that therefore a Baal as a storm god was, in a way, transferred to the wrong one.


There was also a mountain god Baal.

But there are more specific similarities. The eventually overpopulated humanity of our earth was perceived by Enlil as noisy and annoying - similar to Apsu!


So he wanted to wipe them out with a deluge.




The deluge in cuneiform texts

In the Akkadian deluge myth about Atrahasis (in the Bible Noah) an evil deed of Enlil is reported. He did not like the created humans, they had become "too many and too noisy" for him, so he ordered disease to be brought among humans as well as drought to reduce their numbers.


Since this was not enough, he planned a deluge to wipe them out. He forbade his brother Enki to tell this to the people and to warn them. Enki violated the prohibition with a trick.

He spoke to a reed wall, but purposely so that Atrahasis overheard:

"Escape from home, build a ship, leave property and save life."

He described what the ship should be like.


Then Atrahasis spoke to the council of elders:

"My god does not agree with your god. Enki and Enlil are always quarrel-ling and have banished me from the land. Since I have always worshiped Enki, I cannot live in your city nor set foot on Enlil's soil."

The ship was built.


Various animals (though apparently "slaughtered") and his family was brought on board. His heart was broken and he was vomiting bile. The weather changed, the storm god Adad began to roar in the clouds, and it rained profusely.


Atrahasis sealed the door with pitch. A huge flood came.


People could not recognize each other in the catastrophe. It got very dark and you couldn't see the sun anymore. After seven (?) days, it was finally possible to go ashore again, and Atrahasis made a sacrifice to the "gods" .

The "gods" were hungry because there were no more farmers and no more sacrifices were made. The great mother goddess complained bitterly of Enlil's and Anu's impotent decisions and the masses of dead in the rivers. Enki admitted to helping humans survive and persuaded Enlil to come up with a better plan.

Upon learning that Atrahasis had escaped, Enki and his consort devised a plan to ensure that the human noise was kept to a minimum.


Death was required - and in order to limit population growth, children were to die. Taboos were enacted that celebrated celibacy. A female demon named Pashittu was said to steal children from the womb of the bearer.


A third of the women should not give birth successfully because their birth canal was narrowed. From then on, many women were to lead a monastic life. Pashittu seems related to Lamashtu, who bears a resemblance to Lilith in Hebrew mythology, who kills newborn children.

It is actually remarkable that here a "cosmic dominion" resorts to such means, if it was able to cre-ate terrestrial people genetically - albeit not without initial failures (described in the text Atrahasis).


Then one could have regulated human fertility differently...


Atrahasis is named Ziusudra in a similar but shorter Sumerian Deluge myth. In the famous Epic of Gilgamesh something similar is told, but there he is called Utnapishtim. Herein is also a tale of another malice of Enlil. He had "created" a giant named Humbaba who ruled over a great cedar forest and had to do with wickedness in the land, and Gilgamesh wanted to fight him.


He and his good friend Enkidu also managed to kill the giant and free the people from his evil influence.


Afterwards, Enlil decided that one of the two should die as punishment, although Enlil had intriguingly instigated the fight himself - probably hoping that Gilgamesh would die. Enkidu fell ill and died, and Gilgamesh grieved greatly.

Enlil's anger is related in the epic when he learned that humans had survived the flood:

"Did one of these mortals escape? No one should survive the destruction!"

Enki then spoke to him:

"Hero Enlil, you wisest among the gods, how could you let the flood come so senselessly?"




The deluge in the Bible

The biblical story of the Flood, in which the flood lasted 150 days (Genesis 7:24), I may assume here to be sufficiently familiar to the reader, but add only one remark.

Genesis 8:21-22:

"I will not again curse the ground any more for man's sake; for the imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done.


While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.."

Yahweh has kept this promise so far - at least until this was written (April 2022), because then we were already in a new phase of "smiting" everything that lives... with coercive measures that endanger our health, with the threat of a "Great Reset" and with world events which, according to estimates at the time of writing, could lead to World War 3... (whoever reads it today will probably know more from what has happened in the meantime)...




Emergence of Christianity

The Creator God (the "Highest God" El Eljon) will have watched with concern what was happening to the creation.


As described below, there were two highest angels in the beginning:

Christ and Satanael.

The latter started to administrate the creation in his sense and that's where the development went wrong. Interventions became necessary. First Satanael was dismissed, who later as Satan wanted to deny God entry in his region.


Then a messenger of Christ, called Yeshua (Jesus), was also sent to mankind to enlighten people and show them the right way, without coercion but with free choice. A growing spiritual movement then arose around him.


However, Satan was still around, and tension developed between the two.


Christianity arose from those who were willing to follow the path outlined out by Yeshua. Satan was hostile to this development and wanted to thwart it if possible, because he wanted to reserve power over people for himself. The new movement continued to grow even though he unknowingly influenced Saul and others to fight it.


He then sought another way and had the idea of misleading Christianity and manipulating Saul - now calling himself Paul - into preaching a modified teaching similar to that of Jesus but in Satan's sense different.


This has misled Christianity.


The Roman Emperor Constantine actually,

saw Christianity as just an effective tool for his power over the people and he therefore adopted Paul's version and rejected true Christianity as he did not understand it anyway and it would rather diminish his power.

Thus arose the Roman sect of the Vatican.

As for Saul's conversion to Paul, Acts 22:7-10, one may wonder who the one was who was speaking to Paul. Was it Jesus, or did Satan pretend to be Jesus?


Paul was most likely an epileptic, and in the past epilepsy was thought to be a form of possession. There are not few contradictions between the teachings of Paul and Jesus.

What is indicated here seems to be part of a satanic plan of which we can see numerous examples among all the different sects of "free religions" and so called fundamentalists (such as Pentecostalism and Charismatic Churches) and, of course, the big main churches.


The message given to us by Yeshua (Jesus) was seen as a severe threat by Satan and his strategy became one of splitting, dividing, infiltration and falsifying to create fake belief systems, which actually serve his interests behind a facade of Christianity.




Gnostic Christianity

The very first Christians were, of course, Jesus' disciples, fortunate to learn from the Master himself. It will also be self-evident that they were able to learn a lot that to others - including those who only listened to his public speeches - remained hidden.


Yeshua once said,

"I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now" (John 16:12).

From these early Christians "at the Master's feet" grew, over time and after the nefarious crucifixion, a movement that became called "Gnostic Christianity."


The Greek word gnosis means "knowledge" and the term means that the "Gnostics" knew more than those who had never heard Yeshua and only heard about what he taught through hearsay. Unfortunately, the term "gnostic" is also used by other groups unrelated to Christi-anity, such as those concerned with magic and other "occult knowledge," claiming to know more than others.


As a result, in circles such as the political elite, priesthood and the like, the term "gnostic" has been misused to discredit Gnostic Christians, because a deeper Christian knowledge could threaten positions of power.


Power is better maintained when the people don't know too much...

The Gnostic texts convey much more knowledge and testimonies about Yeshua than the gospels do. Unfortunately, after the Council of Nicaea, they were considered heretical and gradually destroyed over time. Fortunately, in 1945 a whole library of Gnostic texts was found at Nag Hammadi in Egypt.


It seems to me that the true God wished to rescue it through dark times until the time came for its evaluation. That time will be now, but many will resist changing hardened opinions, prefer-ring to dismiss testimonies about Yeshua and events of that time simply because they are not in the Bible.


Furthermore, evaluating these in a complementary way and thus enriching Christian knowledge with new perspectives could probably weaken the power of existing doctrines. One does not want this, because the "business" is running well without changes...


But it's true that sometimes you have to separate the "chaff from the wheat."

The Gnostic texts describe the Creator as here quoted from the Apokryphon of John (translated by Frederik Wisse).

"He is the invisible Spirit, of whom it is not right to think of him as a god, or something similar.


For he is more than a god, since there is nothing above him, for no one lords it over him... He is invisible, since no one saw him. He is eternal, since he exists eternally.


He is ineffable, since no one was able to comprehend him to speak about him. He is unnameable, since there is no one prior to him to give him a name.... He is unsearchable, since there exists no one prior to him to examine him. He is immeasurable, since there was no one prior to him to measure him.


He is invisible, since no one saw him. He is eternal, since he exists eternally. He is ineffable, since no one was able to comprehend him to speak about him. He is unnameable, since there is no one prior to him to give him a name...


He is immeasurable light, which is pure, holy (and) immaculate."

From the cited Gnostic text about Barbelo:

"And his thought performed a deed and she came forth, namely she who had appeared before him in the shine of his light.


This is the first power which was before all of them and which came forth from his mind, she is the forethought of the All - her light shines like his light - the perfect power which is the image of the invisible, virginal Spirit who is perfect.


The first power, the glory of Barbelo, the perfect glory in the aeons, the glory of the revelation, she glorified the virginal Spirit and it was she who praised him, because thanks to him she had come forth."

In this process the light emerged and condensed in many ways from thought-forms, like waves and patterns and condensations.


They divided and individualized as beings, which were then called angels. Especially a number of archangels and "ordinary" angels associated with them in groups.

We can thus understand Barbelo as the creative power of God that "gives birth" to creation, which is why she is considered female - like Tiamat in Enuma Elish.


In Gnostic texts, Christ is often called Autogenes ("the one who arose from himself").


Here again we have a trinity:

God, Auto-genes and Barbelo...

And that, according to academic theology, is not to be considered the same as the biblical one?


And if at least hypothetically the same:

Can one then imagine that Mummu is Christ?

His advice to Apsu was probably rather good-natured, because on that level (as mentioned) it would not be about killing in our human sense, but about a "restart" of the creation.


Can Mummu be understood as Apsu's conscience?

Aeons unfolded, a series of levels (or perhaps strata) of existence (hypostases) that might well be compared to dimensions of a more physical multidimensional universe. On a more primordial level, a high feminine entity is Sophia (the Wisdom), who had a desire for a better understanding of all creation and would have liked to do like Barbelo.


Her somewhat individualized desire manifested in a lower eon as Achamoth (Sophia Achamoth, Hebrew chokhmah). This desire then materialized in such a way that it probably unintentionally materialized out of her (through her thought-form) as an entity, but without her partner's consent.


This entity had a face like a lion and a body like a serpent, and she called him Yaldabaoth (or Yaltabaoth, presumably from Aramaic yalda bahut "son of chaos" - cf. Tiamat above as "chaos"...).


She was startled when she saw the creature's appearance and realized with shame that she had made a mistake.


She enveloped it in a cloud from where it escaped into darker regions, exiled from the primeval light of creation.




Yaldabaoth becomes Yahweh

He settled in the Dark Regions, in an area he occupied for himself and then created his own but secondary creations there. He now called himself Yahweh and claimed to be the only god.


In the usual translation of Exodus 20:2-3 and Deuteronomy 5:6-7:

"I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me..."

However, the literal translation of these two passages is:

"I am Yahweh your Elohim, who brought you out of the land of Egypt and out of the house of the servants. No other Elohim will come to you in my place."

The term elohim has already been discussed above.


What did Yahweh mean by that - that he was "one of the Elohim (i.e. one of created gods) who is now your god, and expect no other"? In any case, he does not contradict that there could be others, and rather speaks in terms of non-competition...


The Bible itself indicates that there could have been other "gods" in the beginning.

Yahweh will be the one about whom Yeshua said in John 8:44:

"Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it."

Where are the darker regions?


Some texts mention the "outer darkness" (Greek tartaros) as a region far away from the divine light.


But wasn't the original light of El Eljon everywhere?


In the Hebrew Kabbalah there is a remarkable declaration by the great Rabbi Isaac Luria (Yitzhak Luria) that,

"God began the process of creation by 'contracting' his Ohr Ein Sof (infinite light) in order to allow for a 'conceptual space' in which finite and seemingly independent realms could exist.


This primordial initial contraction, forming a ḥalal happanuy 'vacant space', 'free space' into which new creative light could be irradiated, denoted by general reference to [the term] tzimtzum" (quoted here from Wikipedia ).


Outside of this initially empty space is a dark space, the further away the darker, which was divided into more or less twilight to dark areas.

'Their progressive limitations of the divine ohr [or aur] (light), from realm to realm in creation, are also mentioned in the plural as secondary tzimtzumim'..." (according to Wikipedia).



Angels and Satan

Various beings appeared in this light.


In medieval angelology, common angels belong to the lowest of nine heavenly orders (seraphim, cherubim, thrones, authorities, virtues, powers, principalities, archangels, and [ordinary] angels).


One of the archangels was Satanael (Satanel, Satanail), whom many mention as the first archangel. He became self-admiringly narcissistic and had the impossible notion that he could set his throne higher in the clouds above the earth, thus becoming equal to the Creator God and his power.


Because of this arrogance, he was thrown out of the light, along with a third (common interpretation of Rev 12:4) of the angels (presumably those who were still guided by him as archangel).

Cf. Is 14:13-14:

"For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High."

Ezek 28:15-17 says:

"Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee.


By the multitude of thy merchandise they have filled the midst of thee with violence, and thou hast sinned: therefore I will cast thee as profane out of the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire.


Thine heart was lifted up because of thy beauty, thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of thy brightness: I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay thee before kings, that they may behold thee."

Archangels have specific duties.


What might Satanael's job have been before he was thrown out? Satan means "adversary" in Hebrew and that's what he became after he had to go away, but did he - in a more positive sense - have a special function when he was still in the light? He may have been a sort of administrator who developed his own notion of how things should be administered.


In fact, the Sumerian word shatam means "administrator."


Basic principles for the supreme creator El Eljon are empathy, love and harmony. However, Satanael seemed to see other principles as somehow "effective" for successful administration, namely selfish competition, where "necessary" with strength, violence, and totalitarianism regardless of the individual desires and needs of others.


 A rule of the most powerful, overwhelming the weaker (a bit analogous to Darwin's "survival of the fittest").

The administrative principle of Satanael was a vertical hierarchy of pyramidal arrangement. Power is exercised from the top and those below obey those above but have power over those below them-selves. Those in the lowest tier at the bottom of the pyramid are effectively slaves.


The hierarchical principle of Christ, on the other hand, is horizontal. Everyone is equal and works in cooperation. It's like in an orchestra: Everyone belongs equally and plays together with a wonderful sound.


If some-one steps out of line, disharmony will ensue and he will have to rearrange.




A speculation about Satan

How was he thrown out?


He first became a sort of "miscarriage" of Sophia Achamoth, transfigured into Yaldabaoth, and he then escaped into darker regions where he settled as Yahweh.


The expulsion may have given him a sense of devaluation, so he wanted to set up his own enclave in the darker realm as revengeful compensation, there to present himself as the only god and with his own "creatures" separate himself from the true Creator God. Thus Satanael became just Satan (without "el" = divine).

Hence the appearance of Yaldabaoth was not really a mistake by Sophia, but happened with a di-vine intention.

There are texts that hold Satanael to be the elder of the two sons of God and the other to be Christ. In Bogomilism, a dualistic Gnostic sect active in parts of Europe from the 10th to the 15th centuries, Satanael (or Satanail) was held to be the elder brother who existed before Christ and was created with other angels as good.


He was highly respected and sat at the right of God as his steward, but he became dissatisfied with his situation and rebelled. He persuaded other angels to join him and promised deliverance from tedious liturgical services.


God threw them all out and Satanael went into an empty realm and decided to establish for himself a second heaven, over which he could become a secondary but independent god. The universe became his second heaven . However, I tend to believe in the creation account of the Gnostic Christians (Bogomilism was a later branch) according to which Autogenes was the first created.

There are also texts saying that Satan was thrown out because he didn't want to bow to Adam (so also in the Quran). That can't be because Adam wasn't there before the fall! He was created by Yahweh, the fallen Satan...

A Cathar text states that Satan is allowed to reign for seven "days", which means seven "ages" .

From the book 2 Enoch (or Slavic Enoch) 29.1. 3-4:

"And one from out the order of angels, having turned away with the order that was under him, conceived an impossible thought, to place his throne higher than the clouds above the earth, that he might become equal in rank to my power. And I threw him out from the height with his angels, and he was flying in the air continuously above the bottomless."

Also 31.1 4:

"The devil is the lowest place, he becomes a demon because he fled from heaven to become Satan, because he had the name Satanael.


Therefore, he became different from the angels. He did not change his nature, but the mind, there a spirit of the righteous and the sinners, and he recognized his condemnation and the sin he had previously committed."

We may compare this to the Sumerian creation story Enuma Elish, according to which a first group of created beings in the light world of the original creation turned their backs on the Creator God and declared him dead.


But one can hardly kill the Creator without ceasing to exist oneself. What actually happened is that they settled in a separate region where they wanted nothing to do with the true Creator, but declared him "dead" - deicide - to live as if he didn't exist.

We may also compare to the Gnostic-Christian creation story, in which Yaldabaoth - a rather god-less creature - came into being through an "error" and then escaped from the original world of light. He then settled in a darker region and called himself Yahweh and wanted nothing to do with the true creator, but instead let people believe ("primordial lie") that he himself was the only god and wanted to continue living as if he didn't exist.


Given the extremely ferocious thirst for blood depicted in the pages of the Old Testament that fanatical Bible-lovers might prefer not to read, the hypothesis would be warranted to regard evil as a bring-over from Satan/Enlil/Yaldabaoth to the murky region in which we have to live and where he settled as Yahweh...




Down the stairs of creation

Descending the stairway from planes of creation we now arrive at an important stage, the world of Yahweh.


An alternative name is Jehovah. Both names are transliterations from the "Tetragrammaton" יהוה. Because originally the Hebrew texts omitted the vowels - probably because one should not pronounce the name - different vowels have been tried.


Yahweh is Gesenius' suggestion. Jehowah is another attempt, with vowels of "Adonai" = "Lord" used to avoid pronouncing the "four letters."

Yaldabaoth/Yahweh stole energy from his mother Sophia. Despite this, he was weak but a power-hungry "daredevil." He made 12 entities appear in a secondary creation, the Archons, to rule over the lower regions he occupied for himself, and he "created" 365 (dark) angels to assist him.


In his arrogance he boasted,

"I am God and there is no other!"

Therefore he was called Samael, the blind god, because he did not want to see the truth. He was also called Saklas, the fool.


Solid matter was formed in his region. On this plateau in the stairway of creation we now encounter the abominable character of Yahweh. He has Moses lead the Hebrews to the "Promised Land."


Then, after wandering through Sinai for many years, they came to that land which, to their disappointment, was not free (as mentioned above). There people lived in cities.


Therefore Yahweh commanded that they should all be put to death without sparing a child, woman or old man, so that they could live in,

"great and goodly cities, which thou buildedst not, and houses full of all good things, which thou filledst not, and wells digged, which thou diggedst not, vineyards and olive trees, which thou plantedst not; when thou shalt have eaten and be full." (Deuteronomy 6:10-11).

A veritable holocaust then began, in which one city after another was attacked and the murderous gang left "no one alive", as vividly described in the bloody pages of Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges and other books of the Bible.


After this complete genocide, they had stolen the land from its original inhabitants to have it for themselves. Is this what a loving and peaceful God wants, like the one Jesus calls "Father"?


Of course not!




Yahweh's abominable cruelty

Yahweh demonstrated his cruelty already as they walked through Sinai.


An example:

In Numbers 16:35-49 it is mentioned that he killed 250 men as punishment for offering incense. The people then protested and for this he had 14,700 killed as punishment.

In Numbers 31:14-18 we read:

"And Moses was wroth with the officers of the host, with the captains over thousands, and captains over hundreds, which came from the battle.


And Moses said unto them, Have ye saved all the women alive? Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam [a prophet], to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor [a Moabite god], and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD.


Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves."

Why should all these girls be allowed to live? Undoubtedly for sexual "services"...

A few more examples: In Deuteronomy 2:34-35:

"And we took all his cities at that time, and utterly destroyed the men, and the women, and the little ones, of every city, we left none to remain [survive].


Only the cattle we took for a prey unto ourselves, and the spoil of the cities which we took" (clarification in square brackets).

Hosea 13:16:

"Samaria shall become desolate; for she hath re-belled against her God: they shall fall by the sword: their infants shall be dashed in pieces, and their women with child shall be ripped up."

In the Psalms we read:

"I have wounded them that they were not able to rise: they are fallen under my feet." (18:38)


"Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven in the time of thine anger: the LORD shall swallow them up in his wrath, and the fire shall devour them. Their fruit [children] shalt thou destroy from the earth, and their seed from among the children of men.


For they intended evil against thee: they imagined a mischievous device, which they are not able to perform. Therefore shalt thou make them turn their back [flee], when thou shalt make ready thine arrows upon thy strings against the face of them." (21:9-12)


"Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones." (137:9).

These are just examples of monstrosities in the Bible.


There are such a large number of passages of this nature that one could write a long book on them alone. The extraordinarily learned German scholar Karlheinz Deschner wrote about it in his book Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums (Christianity's Criminal History), Volume 1.


A book that is particularly worth reading is Jehovah Unmasked! by Nathaniel Merritt.

Merritt writes:

"Human beings are victims of a race of elohim/Archons, or 'gods' that fashioned this material universe, and humankind, out of dead defiled pre-existent matter.


'In the beginning the gods created the heavens and the earth' (Genesis 1:1), and humans remain their possession to this day.


To maintain control over humans, and to make sure Earth continues as our dungeon, the elo-him have made this Earth a continual source of endless squabbles amongst humankind.


They have created and fostered religious and spiritual delusions to keep us blinded to reality and fighting and warring with each other, and they have made Earth into a place of relentless pointless physical and mental suffering and struggle.


This sorry state of affairs has existed from the beginning, lost in the mists of prehistory."

Isn't it obvious that Yahweh, who ruled over the people in one country and now wants to rule the whole earth - also through churches that have accepted him as their "god" - disqualifies himself in this way?


When he says,

"You shall have no other gods before me" (Exodus 20:3),

...does that mean there are no others, or is it a non-competition clause: there are other gods, but I shall be your only god and you shouldn't have anything to do with the others?

The land of Canaan was an integral part of the "Promised Land" and inhabited by people who, from Mesopotamian sources, held certain beliefs and possibly knew important truths.


This has been clarified by research into the history of religions and by excavation findings, which revealed many inscriptions.


Even though Enlil/Yahweh was connected to these sources, he wanted this truth to re-main hidden so that he himself could stand as an original god. This may be a reason why the He-brews in his service should eradicate the people in the land to which they were led.

As for Jesus, Yahweh had him killed because he was teaching people what they were not supposed to know.


In the Gospel of Truth (a Gnostic text ), which calls Yahweh an error (because his "birth" as Yaldabaoth was held in error), it says:

"That is the gospel of him whom they seek, which he has revealed to the perfect through the mercies of the Father as the hidden mystery, Jesus the Christ.


Through him he enlightened those who were in darkness because of forgetfulness. He enlightened them and gave them a path. And that path is the truth which he taught them.


For this reason error was angry with him, so it persecuted him. It was distressed by him, so it made him powerless.


He was nailed to a cross."



Yahweh is addicted to blood

The Old Testament is full of horrible stories of mass murder and bloodshed.


See websites like "Cruelty and Violence in the Bible" and "Proof that Yahweh is Satan." How can it be that he's so addicted to blood? Let's look at the flow of life energy in creation!


It is evident that,

1. Light is life and life is light


2. All life forms need nourishment of light energy to exist and endure.

The quickening light is the light of the 'true' creator and even Yahweh depends on as it well for his existence.


However, he wants to separate himself completely from that light and has tried in vain with some kind of lower-dimensional Luciferian light. Therefore, he feeds on us and other biological life forms in creation through the blood.


The light of life flows invisible to us in our blood and it is for this reason that the Bible prescribes slaughter in the kosher way (shehchitah) (compare Deuteronomy 12:21 "as I have commanded thee" with no direct description of "how").


When an animal is slaughtered, its throat shall be cut so that the blood runs out. Beings like Yahweh and his archons feed on the (for us) invisible life energy in the blood. The blood is for the "gods" and the flesh for the people.


There is a scene in the Epic of Gilgamesh that as an image says more than the mere words:

"The gods perceived the odor, the sweet odor, and gathered like flies over the sacrificial flesh."

The source of this life-giving light is the sun (cf. ).


Plants feed on sunlight and combine it with carbon dioxide and substances from the soil on which they grow. People and animals feed on plants and their fruits and thus get life energy. Many people also feed on animals that have eaten plants in order to indirectly obtain life energy.


Certain entities that do not belong to the three dimensions feed on humans analogously... However, Yahweh wants to break this last chain in feeding and make himself completely independent of his Creator.


Then what will happen?

Referring to a vision of John C. Lilly (in his book 'The Scientist - A Metaphysical Autobiography'), Yahweh's goal may now be AI (artificial intelligence) and robotics. He still needs us to develop AI and robotic systems until those systems become self-sufficient and encompass a global network around and across the entire earth, into which he then can incarnate (or "inmachinate").


Then he will no longer need a biological sys-tem and can eliminate it in all forms (thus abdicating humanity for its "service"...). The earth will then be a dead planet on which "life" is simulated technologically, functionally powered by nuclear plants and the like (for repair, conversion and further development of the own system with subsystems).


And yet, after thousands or even a million years, he will see that such sources of energy will inevitably be exhausted... No such system can function forever! Stone, metals and solid matter are also, in a way, nothing else but light - but solidified light.

This is the principle and philosophy of transhumanism, in the context of a "New World Order" of a satanic nature. The current main representative of such a development is Klaus Schwab, who would probably prefer to take over the place of the central AI himself when the time comes.


His "Great Reset" would reduce humans to robotized slaves except for a small "elite" of those in power.

"You will own nothing and be happy" is his perfidious "promise."

How so, then?


There is planned to be a connection with the AI using chips in the brain, 5G and injected graphene oxide in the body.


With that, the command "Be happy" reaches the brain, however baseless, simulating a feeling that occa-sionally only the elite will know in its real form...

As for Schwab, thought-provoking information has recently surfaced on the internet showing Nazi family roots on the father's side and that his Jewish mother was able to flee to safety, leaving the son with the father and a step-mother.

Klaus Schwab's top advisor on this project is Yuval Noah Harari, an Israeli professor in Jerusalem, whose "mission" is:

"The story began when humans invented gods and will end when humans be-come gods" and: "Not just any creation from some god up in the clouds, but OUR creation."

Here one comes to think of Isaiah 14:13-14:

"For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High."

That led to a justifiable ejection then and will also do so today. Harari's book Sapiens has been commented on as "a scientifically weak and ethically uninspiring" vision.

Frederic William Engdahl, an internationally renowned consultant and economic strategist, wrote:

"Their Great Reset is about the end to human liberty or freedom in favor of a new globalist agenda of total control, high-tech surveillance, mandated medications and massive income redistribution from the middle class of society down.


Schwab is nothing if not a master of marketing, and his dystopian Great Reset and its 'ecological justice' is just that."

There has already been a first "reset", namely the deluge!


This time it will be in an end time where Satan will face his Waterloo along with his "elite". Then, finally, 'Christ' can come 'again'...


"Reset" and "New World Order" then collapse like a house of cards.




Human atrocities

In the wake of Yahweh's contagious psychopathic atrocities, mankind has been inspired to a horrible degree to do even worse.


The 20th century Holocaust is just one example and the Canaanite holocaust mentioned above is another. This is reflected in today's Satanism, which is currently spreading as a social psychopathology, no doubt inspired by Archontic and similar entities.


There are people belonging to a satanic order who perform horrible rituals that often involve killing for sacrifice.


In the most disgusting rituals, a child is abused, killed and even eaten! What is the intent of such a cannibalistic ritual? A fairly recent discovery is a substance called adrenochrome, a hormone thought to be a secret immortality serum (which I don't believe is true, but it may increase strength and consciousness, and certainly increases selfishness to extreme intoxication).


It is produced from adrenaline in the body under extreme conditions of fear, horror and pain, and that is the goal of treating the victim accordingly. Then that hormone can be consumed...

There are historical cases which are incomparably worse than imaginable in their horror, even than the Holocaust, and which arose from the most morbid thinking, such as the holodomor in the Soviet Union.


I've seen even more disgusting atrocities on the internet... BUT IT IS APPARENTLY A REALITY OF THE ULTIMATE EVIL!!!


Can this be related to anything other than to SATAN? Closing our eyes and trying to convince ourselves it's not true doesn't help. It's still there...

If that is true, and indeed it seems to be truer than we ever want it to be, what would be your take on it? Look away and stick your head in the sand? Would that make you feel better, even though there seem to be people who go through the worst horror experiences? Or would you want to react in some way and do something about it if you can?

As we have seen, evil can be traced back to the beginning of creation where at some point some-thing went wrong and a thread of events began to unfold that should never have been there but nevertheless continued to weigh heavily on humanity so that no one is free from guilt, however far from what happens!

Isn't it then our duty to face the facts with a view to finding something we can do about it?


But what can we do?

We can take a stand against Satanism, and if Yahweh is (or is associated with) Satan, also against him.


Then what is the alternative? CHRIST! Is there another? However, not the false Christ of the Church (with its fake Jesus), but the true Christ who sent us the true Jesus as a messenger, who was then killed by Yahweh so that he could replace true Christianity with a counterfeit one.


And where do we find the true Christ? In ourselves, but also in so-called Gnostic Christianity, which has its roots in the inner circle around the living Jesus.


The knowledge of this was miraculously hidden to be found in modern times (in Nag Hammadi). It is accessible again today. It appears that by divine will this knowledge was secretly "tunneled" through difficult times when it would otherwise have been lost, so that humanity now has it again in looming end times.

Would then atheism be an alternative?


There is as much room in it for evil as for good. Christ was created good (as the love of the Prime Creator). Therefore, atheism does not appear as a suitable alternative. Or a polytheistic religion like Hinduism or the Norse Ásatrú? These appear to be comparatively more peaceful. Or Islam?


Isn't there just as much violence and bloodshed there as in Yahwism?




The break

You get the impression that something broke at the beginning.


Apsu and Tiamat were "killed" and with that a connection to higher dimensions was broken. As mentioned, these two are certainly not dead but still there, but only in higher dimensions and the "gods" in our three (or three and a half) dimensions didn't want to deal with them because they didn't want to be ruled over and patronized.


They thought they could do better themselves. The price was losing sight of other dimensions. In the biblical story, Satan (Enlil) was thrown out, but it seems more likely that he wanted it that way, in order to be the highest himself in a closed realm.


As a compromise, however, he had to allow his world to continue to be nourished by divine light, which is then done through the sun. Without that, his world couldn't exist this far. Now he also wants to break away from that and replace biological life with a machine world. He thinks he is then finally "free" from the true divine.


Machines do not need the light of life because they actually are already dead.

There will be something else behind it. We are obviously in end times with a battle between Christ and Satan. Anyone who doesn't believe in it, or merely thinks it may be possible, will never under-stand it. Satan tries everything to keep his power and wants to recreate the people of this earth to extinguish the divine spark in them and make them serve him.


This is could be achieved by a secret and forced personality change through reprogramming via genetic manipulation. This is the secret goal of vaccine madness. Protection against supposed viruses is only a pretense and a lie, because it is incomplete and not permanent.


In this sense, very actual but destructive efforts such as the New World Order and "Great Reset" - and also the demonization of an open Christianity, in connection with sectarianism ("blinkered Christians") and ecclesiastical claims to power in various forms - are unfortunately having an effect today.


Even the Pope advocates,

the transformation of personality and society through mass vaccinations that involve mental amputations...

The intention is obvious:

surreptitious Satanism and rejection of Christ.



Who are the Anunnaki?

As mentioned above, they are created "gods" under the sky god Anu.


They are now considered by many to be extraterrestrials, possibly reptilian in nature and said to be from a planet called Nibiru.


Nibiru is thought to be the 12th Planet in our solar system, but its existence is still hypothetical. It is said to have a strong gravity that affects our earth. However, it has not yet been seen with certainty.

My hypothesis is that it is not a planet but a "black hole" and thus a portal to another dimension from which the Anunnaki would then come. Our sun is believed to be a "bright hole" and a portal to higher dimensions where Apsu, Tiamat and Mummu are likely to reside.


"Black holes" may also be able to exert strong gravitations.




Where does evil come from?

One day, when I was in a semi-meditative state, I asked the question - to myself or "just like that" - where does all the incredible evil in the world come from.


It came clearly to me:

"From the future!"

What was that? How could that be possible?


It occurred to me that while time travel is a subject for science fiction, quite a few websites, texts, and books today discuss the possibility that we could go both backwards and forwards in time. There are scientific models that explain how this might be possible. There are reports of alleged time travelers claiming to have come to us from the future (or were gone there and back).


For example John Titor and Paul Dienach.


A fantastic idea:

Certain "timelines" could have a cyclic course.

Although the energy flows forward, it could also flow back in a reversal loop at the end, back to the beginning of the timeline in order to "recharge" it there again. In this way, the timeline could be preserved instead of going into emptiness somewhere. Evil could feed and sustain itself.


Not a pretty world view... but would that be possible?

There are philosophies with a basically cyclical world view, without a beginning and without an end, but with a continuing cycle. A world view with feedback so that the courses are rather intensified with each round in which energies are collected, which are then fed into the system in the next round. Unfortunately, this can also feed negative subsystems.


A "wet dream" of selfishly mischievous ones.


If that is possible, the big question is how to get out of it! According to Indian philosophy, the rotation pauses at certain periods, pralaya, in which higher world structures remain but lower ones "sleep", after which it continues again - with tendencies that the world tends to get worse each time.


At some point, however, the mahapralaya will come, the Great Pralaya, in which also the upper structures will disintegrate. After that, creation begins all over again .

The idea of a cyclically fed evil might fit here... with the hope that a pralaya (and then rather a big one) will eventually put a definite end to it.




Star Wars

War-hungry extraterrestrial civilizations have been written about and science fiction movies made about them for decades. More and more computer games have sometimes horrible war stories.


Let's hope this is all just a partly pathological fantasy. However, it is also repeatedly claimed that even intergalactic wars would take place in the universe, whereby an entire planet and its population might be destroyed without inhibitions.


Then evil can take uncanny proportions. If this is even partially true, one gets the impression that the whole universe is firmly anchored in Satanism, and one wonders where there are any good and peaceful civilizations left.


Of course there will be, otherwise in the end only the mahapralaya could become urgently necessary.

One person concerned with supposedly existing interplanetary and even intergalactic relationships is Michael Salla and his organization


Whoever reads about it will make his or her personal opinion. I'd rather refrain from making a judgment.


Just one remark:

one gets the impression that the higher the scientific and technological development of a civilization, the lower is its morality, and also: power strangles democracy.

It is very likely that there will also be civilizations that for a long time have been able to do something, which we terrestrials do not yet even suspect:

time travel has already been mentioned above, but not overcoming distances of even millions of light years in a short time.

However, that might also be possible, for example when the journey takes place simultaneously in both space and time, combining both. A journey that would otherwise take a thousand years runs very quickly if you at the same time go back a thousand years.

An outrageous question:

when (as reported by Salla) "prominent ones" like Schwab and Lagarde are supposedly invited to talks at an extraterrestrial base in Antarctica, what can one expect from that?

Still more:

What can be expected from alleged intergalactic conferences on Jupiter's moon Ganymede with the participation of high military officials from Earth?


What, then, are the excretions from their indoctrinated mental digestion doing as they play athletes on the political stage on the earth?



A riddle of prophecies

Predictions about the future have been around since ancient times.


Already in the Book of Revelation in the Bible there are statements about the future that turn out to be true today. In the German-speaking countries, Irlmaier and Mühlhiasl are particularly well known and today their predictions in politics and world affairs are being fulfilled, but there are many others.


The longer back in time the prediction was given, the more astonishing it is that many of them actually come true, because humanity should have developed in the meantime!


These include predictions about the world wars. After the madness of WWI and WWII, humanity should have matured enough to not repeat such idiocy again.


And yet there is still talk of a 3rd World War...


One could expect something similar with some other world events. But no, it still goes on incorrigibly and apparently even planned in advance by the untouchables.


The American high mason Albert Pike seems to have been involved in planning all world wars as early as in the 19th century.

What are events like this planned for?


Should humanity still learn from this, but doesn't?


Or is it community karma?

A friend told me something plausible about this:

Individual karma has nothing to do with such events per se, for they appear to be taking place according to some supra-individual developmental plan.

However, your personal karma affects whether you will be there or not.

It controls whether you will be a war victim, perpetrator or survivor.


It controls where you are when it happens: in the war or far away from it.


It controls whether you get into situations in which you can save people, or whether you prefer to skip such opportunities in order to save your own skin if possible (which then may not be possible for that very reason).



What was before all this?

The beginning is described in Enuma Elish as the trinity Apsu-Tiamat-Mummu.


What was before that? Or was there no Before?


The well-known big bang theory assumes that everything started when something suddenly expanded explosively. It is, of course, extremely difficult to imagine that there was nothing before that. But if there was an explosion, there must there have been something that exploded (or at least expanded)?


So there must have been something there after all.


Then it was "a Nothing"! The question then becomes different: what was this "Nothing." Something that does not exist in the known universe. Another universe unknown to us three-dimensional ones.


So not "a Nothing" after all, but something unknown to us. If we assume the 12-dimensional world view (leaning on Dionysios Areopagita - see above), this "to-us-unknown" simply did not exist in our three-dimensional realm - but only in higher dimensions.


When we broke away from it through the "deicides," these dimensions no longer existed for us.


It then became a relative "Nothing", which could, in a way, expand from the point of fracture, as if something were streaming in there. This (to us) "Nothing" will not be empty, but an entirely different world. A living world with "higher" beings that we can hardly imagine.


A world with the most divine of all gods, higher than Jahweh&Co.

Even if we try to start from a hypothetical cyclic world view (see above), the question will be different but similar. The relative Nothingness is then outside the cycle.





Babylon and the Bible

Friedrich Delitzsch (1850-1922) was a famous German assyriologist who was one of the first to address the question of whether the Bible originated in Babylonia. In 1902-1904 he gave a series of lectures that triggered the "Babel-Bible Controversy", in which many opponents published their objection to the fact that this can be questioned at all, and if it should be.


He also published an equally dissenting Bible criticism, Die Große Täuschung (The Great Deception), which questioned the accuracy of the Bible's language and translation far more than its content itself. His command of the Hebrew language was so good that he even wrote a comprehensive correction of the Bible texts.


As a justified reason for this, in my opinion, he stated that when copying older text versions of the Hebrew Bible, one could in some cases mix up similar letters or otherwise misread them, after which no correction was done in the copy. Tradition forbade changing this because it was believed that even a mistake in writing was willed by God...


This could result in some errors being maintained in future versions!

A predecessor to Delitzsch was Eberhard Schrader (1836-1908), probably the first German assyriologist. His first work, Studien zur Kritik und Erklärung der biblischen Urgeschichte (Studies in Criticism and Explanation of Biblical Prehistory), was more of a word explanation of the Hebrew Bible text than a discussion of its contents.


A second enlarged edition Die Keilinschriften und das Alte Testament (The Cuneiform Inscriptions and the Old Testament) was probably judged to be "too" critical of the Bible and perhaps therefore was published in a "toned down" and altered third edition, revised by two other (co-)authors.




  • Friedrich Delitzsch: Babel und Bibel, 1. Vortrag, J.C. Hinrichs'sche Buchhandlung, Leipzig, 1902

  • Rückblick und Ausblick: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart 1904

  • 2. und 3. Vortrag, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart 1904 and 1905

  • Die Große Täuschung, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart und Berlin, 1920

  • 2. Teil, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart und Berlin, 1922

  • Die Lese- und Schreibfehler im Alten Testament, Walter de Gruyter & Co, Berlin und Leipzig, 1920

  • Eberhard Schrader: Studien zur Kritik und Erklärung der biblischen Urgeschichte, Verlag Meyer & Zeller, Zürich 1863.

  • Die Keilinschriften und das Alte Testament, 1872

  • Die Keilinschriften und das Alte Testament, J. Rickersche Buchandlung, Gießen, 1883

  • Die Keilinschriften und das Alte Testament 3rd Edition "Religion und Sprache", with Heinrich Zimmern and Hugo Winckler, Verlag von Reuther und Reichhard 1903

  • Rene Andrew Boulay, Flying Serpents and Dragons, The Book Tree, Escondido, CA, much ex-tended 1999

  • Jack Barringer, Past Shock, The Book Tree, Escondido CA, 2001

  • Arthur David Horn, Humanity's Extraterrestrial Origins, Silberschnur, 1994 (published privately by the author Horn)

  • Jan Erik Sigdell: Reign of the Annunaki, Baer &Co, Rochester VT, 2018

  • Ann Madden Jones, The Yahweh Encounters, The Sandbird Publishing Group, Chapel Hill NC, 1995