Oahspe God's Book of Eskra: Chapter XLIX:
ORIGIN OF MOHAMMEDANISM.
20. ... Gabriel spake before them, saying:
22. I will raise me up a prophet and seer of mine own on the earth, and establish a new doctrine amongst mortals. Behold,
I have a sword that will cut to pieces Looeamong's kingdom on earth. For, listen! In the old Eguptian libraries are books
and tablets and manuscripts, that will show the perversity of the
23. Now, when I have established my prophet, I will cause mortal legions of Arabin'yans
to possess these libraries, especially Alexandria's. And I will raise
up mortal scholars, who shall establish the truth of my prophet's doctrines, and the falsity of this false Kriste's doctrines;
The terms Mohammedan and Mohammedanism have been largely replaced
by Muslim and Islam since the 1950s, and are now sometimes considered offensive, though some authors continue to use Mohammedanism
as a technical term for the religious system (of Islam) as opposed to the theological concept of اسلام (islam, “submission”) that exists within that system.
"In my book,
The Bible, the Qur'an and Science, I have quoted passages from the Qur'an which came from the period prior to the Hijrah (the
Prophet's emigration from Kakkah to Madeenah in the year 622) and which allude to the writing of the Qur'an before the Prophet's
departure from Makkah.
There were, moreover, many witnesses to the immediate transcription of the Qur'anic revelation.
Professor Jacques Berque has told me of the great importance
he attaches to it in comparison with the long gap separating the writing down of the Judeo-Christian revelation from the facts
and events which it relates. Let us not forget that today we also have a number of manuscripts of the first
written versions of the Qur'an which were from a time period very close to the time of revelation." - Page 20 of The
Qur'an & Modern Science: Compatible or Incompatible? 2014 by Dr. Zakir Naik.
Above Constantine sculpture face matched to Looeamong and prophets and lawgivers
Ever heard of Constantine? Do you know who Constantine
was? Constantine was Emperor of the Roman
Empire. Constantine became a Christian and helped make Christianity the Religion
of the Roman Empire.
Constantine was ruler of part of the Roman Empire
and he wanted to be ruler over all the Empire.
Constantine ruled the Roman Empire as sole emperor for much of his reign.
The Civil wars of the Tetrarchy were a series of conflicts between the co-emperors of the Roman Empire, starting in 306 AD with the usurpation of Maxentius and
the defeat of Severus, and ending with the defeat of Licinius
at the hands of Constantine I in 324 AD.
became the sole emperor of the Roman Empire, ending the Civil Wars of the Tetrarchy.
to him and said if he would except or convert to Christianity he (the Christ)
would grant him victory in
the Battle of Milvian Bridge and would help him
become the supreme sole ruler of the Roman Empire.
he only declared himself
a Christian after issuing the Edict of Milan. Writing to Christians, Constantine made clear that he believed that he owed his successes
to the protection of that High God alone.
Eusebius of Caesarea and other Christian sources record that Constantine experienced a dramatic event in 312
at the Battle of Milvian Bridge, after which Constantine claimed the emperorship in the West. According to
these sources, Constantine looked up to the sun before the
battle and saw a cross of light above it, and with it
the Greek words "Ἐν Τούτῳ Νίκα"
("by this, win!", often rendered in the Latin "in hoc signo vinces"), a cross,
that led him to promise to follow the Christian religion
if victory were granted. Constantine commanded his
troops to adorn
their shields with a Christian symbol (the Chi-Rho), and thereafter they were victorious.
of Constantine and a Christian, who became bishop of Caesarea in 314, Eusebius describes
the series of events:
CHAPTER XXIX: How the Christ of
God appeared to him in his Sleep, and commanded him to use
in his Wars
a Standard made in the Form of the Cross.
He said, moreover, that he doubted within himself what the import of this apparition could be. And while he
continued to ponder and reason on its meaning, night suddenly came on; then in his sleep the Christ of God
appeared to him with the same sign which he had
seen in the heavens, and commanded him to make a likeness
that sign which he had seen in the heavens, and to use it as a safeguard in all engagements with his enemies.
An Empire consists of multiple kingdoms. Jesus in the Bible was tempted
by Satan to rule all the kingdoms of the world
[Luke 4 :5-7] but Jesus turned it down.
Then the devil led Him up to a high place and
showed Him in an instant all the kingdoms of the world.
Jesus in the Bible rejected being Emperor of the world when Satan tempted him. What manner or
kind of spirit
would help Constantine become Emperor of the
vast Roman Empire and command him to Conquer?
"CHAPTER XXVIII: How,
while he was praying, God sent him a Vision of a Cross of Light
in the Heavens at Mid-day,
with an Inscription admonishing him to conquer by that.
he saw with his own eyes the trophy
of a cross of light in the heavens, above the sun, and bearing
Constantine did not turn down being ruler
over the kingdoms of the earth and he accepted the offer of the Christ that
spoke to him and converted to Christianity
and he won the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312 AD and eventually became
supreme ruler of the vast Roman Empire. The Roman Empire stretched into Asia, Africa, and Europe, with
headquarters in Rome (Italy) and Constantinople (capital named after Constantine). Constantine called together the
Counsel of Nicea and Presided over the Council in 325 AD. Constantine's purpose was to unify the Religion
of Rome (unify
the various beliefs about the Deity or God).
was previously a believer in Mithra.
From the Book DARKNESS, DAWN AND DESTINY
by Augustine Cahill (DRAWN FROM OAHSPE) PAGE 234
ORIGINS OF CHRISTIANITY...The
name Christ was first assumed by the Triune God Looeamong ..
Constantine himself was not a Christian. He was a devotee
of Mithra....In due course, when his power
was consolidated, Looeamong inspired
Constantine to call together a council of priests and philosophers
day from all quarters of the known world. According to Oahspe the Council of Nicea was at first by
no means a purely Christian gathering, but was composed of the representatives of many faiths. As
Constantine himself was not a Christian this seems reasonable enough.
the Council Christianity gained the precedence over other beliefs
of the ancient world, we are told, by
means of another angelic intervention,
a vision of the sign of the Cross, which was accepted by the
as the symbol of the true faith, dissentients being eliminated.
The Council of Nicea overwhelmingly affirmed [voted] the deity and eternality of Jesus Christ …
…there was pressure to accept this
confession at the council, as originally seventeen opposed it.
When Constantine threatened
exile, that number reduced to 2.
Oahspe Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth: Chapter XXVI:
2 ...not follow the highest Light; it
followeth the majority. And a majority [vote] is, and was, and ever shall be, the lesser light.
"So the story of how Jesus became God appears
to end. ...and Constantine believed he had attained
a unified church. ...Christ was coeternal with God the Father. He had always existed. And he was “of
substance” as God the Father, himself truly God, from back into eternity.
The Christ of Nicea is obviously a
far cry from the historical Jesus of Nazareth, an itinerant
apocalyptic preacher in the backwaters of
rural Galilee who offended the authorities and was
unceremoniously crucified for crimes against the state. Whatever he may have been in real life, Jesus
had now become fully God."
- Page 352 of How Jesus Became God by Bart D.
Ehrman (Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North carolina, Chapel Hill) leading Bible authority.
The Mithra religion was popular among the Roman Empire before 325 AD.
Mithraism: an oriental mystery cult, admitting only men, whose deity was Mithras, the savior hero of Persian myth. — Mithraist,
Mithraism - ancient Persian religion;
popular among Romans during first three centuries a.d.
"Mithra had a last supper with his disciples. His
mother Cybele, Mother of Heaven, mourned for him, like Mary for Jesus, as Isis for Horus, as Demeter for Persephone. Mithra
was styled the Good Sheperd long before the Christian Era. He and Adonis were also called the Lord, and Sunday was the Lord's
Day centuries before Christ, because Mithra was a sun-god. Mithra was the mediator between man and his Creator. His birthday
was the 25th of December, and his resurrection was commemorated at Easter. According to the Standard Dictionary of Folklore
and Mythology (Funk & Wagnalls) Mithraism taught baptism for the remission of sins, the sign of the brow, redemption,
salvation, sacramentary grace, rebirth in the spirit and the promise of eternal life. Biblical references to "sprinkling
of the blood of Jesus Christ" (1 Peter 1: 2.) and the designations of Christ such as "the day-spring from on high"
(Luke 1:78) are pure Mithraism...Mithra...at his birth he was adored by shepherds, who brought him gifts." - Page 241-242
of DARKNESS, DAWN AND DESTINY by Augustine Cahill (DRAWN FROM OAHSPE).
Romans tended towards syncretism, seeing the same gods under different names in
different places of the Empire, accommodating other Europeans such as the Hellenes, Germans, and Celts, and Semitic and other groups in the Middle East. Under Roman authority, the various
national myths most similar to Rome were adopted by analogue into the overall Roman mythos, further cementing Imperial control. Consequently, the Romans were generally tolerant and accommodating towards new deities and the religious
experiences of other peoples who formed part of their wider Empire. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decline_of_Greco-Roman_polytheism
Syncretism (/ˈsɪŋkrətɪzəm/) is the combining of different beliefs,
while blending practices of various schools of thought. Syncretism involves the merging or assimilation of several originally discrete traditions, especially in the theology and mythology of religion, …
Religious syncretism exhibits blending of two or more religious belief systems into a new system, or the incorporation into a religious tradition of beliefs from unrelated traditions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syncretism
religious syncretism described
in Oahspe during the 4th century :
Book of Eskra Chapter XLVIII:
26. Looeamong inspired Hatuas
[Constantine], the mortal emperor, to call together a council of wise men from
all the kingdoms of Arabin'ya, Heleste, Parsi'e and Uropa, to select from all the religious doctrines in the world, that which was the wisest and best, that
it might be established by kings, emperors and governors by
the sword and spear, so there should never more be but one religion.
29. Now, the council had brought with them, in all, two thousand two hundred and thirty-one books and legendary tales of Gods and Saviors and great men, together with a
record of the doctrines taught by them.
Hatuas [Constantine], being under the inspiration of Looeamong, through Gabriel, alias Thoth, thus spake:
31. Search ye these books, and whatsoever
is good in them, that retain; but, whatsoever is evil, that cast away. What
is good in one book, unite ye with that which is good in another book. And whatsoever is thus brought together shall be called, THE BOOK OF BOOKS. And it shall be the
doctrine of my people, which I will recommend unto all nations, that there shall be no more war for religions' sake.
If you were to ask many
Christians, including many Christian scholars
and ministers, where is or
what is the oldest Bible? Not the Bible you have, that is a copy or translation of
an earlier Bible, but the oldest Bible?
The Fifty Bibles of Constantine were Bibles in Greek language commissioned in 331 by Constantine I and
source regarding their existence.
The first or oldest Bible would be sacred and deserved
to be preserved.
Almost all the Christians who are asked (where is
or what is the oldest Bible?) give the wrong answer like the
James or Authorized version from 1611.
The oldest existing Bibles are the codex Vaticanus found in the Vatican near Rome
and the Codex Siniaticus found
in the Sinai Peninsula near the border of
Egypt and Israel. Both of those oldest Bibles date back to the 4th century
or time of Constantine and the Council of Nicea. Constantine after the Council of Nicea told his scribe Eusubious
to make 50 Bibles. It is possible that the Codex Vaticanus and the Codex Sinaticus are remnants of those first 50
Bibles made by Eusubias. The Bible is a collection of books and writings.
Although the Bible was suppose to have
been inspired by God (which
God?) it was a group of men who decided what books or writings went into the Bible.
Some people right away recognize that the Christ that appeared to and spoke to Constantine sounds like SATAN or
LUCIFER who wanted to rule the world above and below.
The best way to rule the earth is to get a mortal follower
who has supreme
power to carry out your intentions. An Emperor is that person.
From the book OAHSPE'S AMAZING PREDICTIONS OF THINGS
TO COME by Laura Horst pages 130-131 ORIGIN OF THE WORSHIP
"O Thoth, I will have a mortal emperor. Descend thou again to the earth to Constantine, and inspire him to raise a mortal army
of forty thousand men, and move upon Rome. I will prove myself before Constantine, and he shall covenant unto me.
Through him will I drive the
evil Baal out of Rome. And as I make
myself "Christ" of heaven, so will I
make Constantine emperor of the whole world."
OAHSPE God's Book of Eskra: Chapter XLVIII: 10-12.
Lucifer or SATAN wants to rule heaven, and Constantine wanted to rule
the earth, so they attracted each other, the
power of attraction, like Magnetism, like attracts like. According to OAHSPE that Christ that appeared to and spoke to
was LOOEAMONG the false Christ. The Christ that
appeared to Constantine told him "by this shall you win
conquer", the symbol of the cross, put this on your shields.
Constantine promised a Christ that showed him a cross of light that he
would follow the Christian religion if victory were granted. Constantine sold his soul to that Christ for earthly victory
after which Constantine claimed the emperorship. That Christ showed Constantine the cross of light and the words "by
this, win (CONQUER)!" Looeamong wanted Constantine to win, told him to win (by this, CONQUER!"). Constantine promised Looeamong that he would follow the Christian religion if victory was
made a deal with that Christ/Looeamong just
like Faust made a deal with Mephistopheles (the Devil).
Faust deal with Mephistopheles:
1.Medieval Demonology. one of the seven chief devils ....
Looeamong = The KING of devils.
Looeamong = The LORD of deceivers.
THE RANKS AND CATEGORIES OF PRINCIPAL
DEVILS AND CHIEF DEMONS
1. ‘The False Gods or Demons’
who wish to be worshipped like God.
Here are the names of the principal infernal spirits: Lucifer, Emperor.
Beelzebub, Prime Minister. Astaroth, Grand Duke.
False God = any Son of God that is worshipped as equal to the Father by his followers
Do you know who the Conquistadors were?
(also spelled Conquistadores, as in Portuguese or Spanish)(, also , Spanish: [koŋkistaˈðoɾ], Portuguese: [kũkiʃtɐˈdoɾ, kõkiʃtɐˈðoɾ]; Portuguese and Spanish for "conqueror")
were the knights, soldiers and explorers in service of the Spanish Empire and the Portuguese Empire. The preeminence of the Iberian kingdoms of Portugal and Spain during the Age of Discovery resulted in the large numbers of conquistadors that sailed
from Europe to the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Oceania, conquering territory and opening trade routes, in the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conquistador
The Conquistadors were Spanish and Portugese conquerers by the sword.
"I did not come to bring peace, but a sword." - Matthew 10:34 of the Bible.
The oldest Bibles are aproximately 300 years after
the events of the New Testament? Why?
What do the Dead Sea Scrolls tell us about Jesus?
discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947 [3rd
rule of prophecy after the start of Kosmon cycle] created a flurry of scholarly activity and analysis. The information in
the scrolls provides a remarkable insight into an apocalyptic group, known as the Essenes, who established a community on the shores of the Dead Sea at Qumran (circa B.C. 150-A.D. 68).
The initial excitement was the hope that this community, contemporary
with the ministry of Jesus, would have some record of him (and fill in those “lost years of Jesus”). But there
is no mention of Jesus, John the Baptist or anyone else associated with the Gospels. The traditional understanding
that Jesus was unique began to fade when it was discovered that the community at Qumran practiced baptism, eucharistic meals
and the sharing of goods in common.
What do the Dead Sea Scrolls say about Jesus?
What do they say about the world in which Jesus lived? Lots.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are comprised primarily of two types of texts: parts
of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and sectarian works written by the small group (or groups) of Jews who lived at Qumran.
The scrolls date from the mid-third century B.C.E. until the
mid-first century C.E.
The worldviews of
early Christians and the writers of the Dead Sea Scrolls were also starkly different. VanderKam explains, “A
group that set a goal of spreading its religious message to
all peoples to the ends of the earth had a very different understanding of God’s plan than ones who seem to have done
no proselytizing and had no interest in bringing the nations into the fold.”
Oahspe Book of Inspiration: Chapter XI:
not to spread My gospels, and entice followers unto this, or that, saith Jehovih.
2. Neither go about preaching,
saying: Thus saith Jehovih!
3. Let all men hear Me in their own way. The Essenes whose writings (in Aramaic or Hebrew not Greek) unlike the New Testament of the Constantine
Bible go back to the time of Joshua or Yeshua.
The Essenes hid their writings from the Romans, they rejected Roman rule, their writings and beliefs agree with Oahspe (the
American Kosmon Bible).