Abraham and Isaac

When people hear the name “Abraham”, they usually think of one of two people. One would be Abraham Lincoln, and the other would be the prophet Abraham. In this post, I will explain why I believe the latter Abraham was a false prophet and why the three major religions that he influenced are controlled by a false god.

Most people are familiar with the story of Abraham and Isaac. Abraham is told by God that he must sacrifice his son Isaac and he obeys the order without question. Just as he’s about to murder his child, an angel of Yahweh appears to stop him before he commits the heinous act, saying “now I know you fear God.” This proves that the command was given merely as a test of faith. But why would an all-loving God who condemns murder, demand a child sacrifice from one of the most beloved prophets? The answer to that, of course, is that Yahweh is not an all-loving God.

For those who’ve read my book, you’re already aware that the Canaanite god Moloch is associated with child sacrifice, as is the Greek titan Kronos. Moloch is associated with Yahweh, and Kronos is associated with Saturn/Satan much like Yaldabaoth. In the case of Kronos, he devoured his own children because he was made aware by his parents, Uranus and Gaia, that one of his offspring would one day overthrow him and become king of the gods. Zeus would be the one to fulfill that prophecy, of course. In a previous post, I wrote about the planet and Roman god Jupiter’s association with Enlil, who later on became associated with Marduk. Jupiter overthrowing Saturn is a retelling of Zeus and Kronos, Enlil and Enki, and Saboath and Yaldabaoth. History would later repeat itself as Marduk would overthrow Enki and become the new Lord of the Earth.

It is also interesting to point out that Abraham’s wife Sarah is said to have died of grief when she was informed by Archangel Samael that Isaac had been sacrificed by her husband. In Gnosticism, Samael is known as one of the names of the Demiurge and is called ‘blind god’ due to his ignorance. This further proves Yaldabaoth’s influence over Abraham and his family.

So, how do Enki and Marduk figure into the Abraham and Isaac saga? After Abraham realizes he doesn’t need to sacrifice his son, he decides to sacrifice a ram instead. I wrote in my book about how the ram is associated with Marduk, so this can be interpreted as Abraham metaphorically killing Enki’s “son” in place of his own. It’s no coincidence that “Mar” spelled backwards is “Ram”. “March” also begins with the same prefix, and this is why Mars (Ares) rules over the astrological sign Aries, whose symbol is the ram, during this month. Ares is, of course, the god of war and is an aspect of Marduk. Both animal and human blood sacrifices are appeasing to the gods, as they are able to feed off of that energy to further empower themselves.

But why do billions of people around the world venerate a man who was willing to murder his own child on a whim? Surely in today’s age, if we heard of a man attempting to murder his son because he believed God had demanded it, that person would be deemed mentally unstable and would likely find himself behind bars. So, what makes Abraham different? In all likelihood, he was specifically selected for the role of bringing forth what would become the three major monotheistic religions in the world (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam). Keep in mind, Abraham was blessed by Melchizedek, the high priest and king of Salem.

In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I wrote that Enki/Thoth incarnated many times throughout history, and Melchizedek was almost certainly one of those incarnations. Many even consider Melchizedek to be a forerunner of the (false) Christ. There are also many parallels between Abraham and Zoroaster, another prophet who introduced monotheism to his respective nation. Zoroaster was also likely another one of Enki/Thoth’s incarnations, meaning we must also consider that Abraham may have been one as well. If this is the case, then it makes sense that the “Evil” Nimrod (Marduk) was opposed by the “Righteous” Abraham (Enki). This would be just another example of duality being played out on Earth by the gods.

As above, so below.

Justin

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