“The Serpent of Arabia is my name, The which is leader of all this game”. -The Ripley Scroll
For all those Christians out there who are still praising “The Most High” or “Lord” or even “Yahweh(Baal)” directly, you should really do some more research as to where those terms came from and who you are actually praising. Words matter. I know intent is very important. But WORDS STILL MATTER.
I didn’t enjoy learning that Yahweh(also Baal) was a dragon or that Jesus was actually a false construct of the Demiurge and nothing more than a personification of ancient Sun / Saturn worship.
His backstory an emulation of the Oden/Osiris mythos(just my educated opinion). But when I did encounter these inconvenient and uncomfortable revelations about my particular diety and religious affiliation, I didn’t shuffle the information to the side to be forgotten about, only to cry and whine about it if anyone else ever dared pointing it out again. I buckled the fuck up and moved on. I didn’t become bitter and most importantly I did not lose my faith.
READ: Is the Biblical Yahweh actually a dragon? (GREAT FORUM THREAD ON SUBJECT)
God is very much real. I simply no longer believe that the version of God and the Messiah(Jesus) that has been presented to us by the King James Bible believers are the authentic representatives of God and his Son. I do think that there is a good chance that there was in fact a benevolent “Cristos” character who came to earth at some point in our past in order to teach man certain lost aspects of divination and the spiritual arts. However this “JeZues” character with his dragon father Yahweh was most certainly not him. In fact, most depictions of the long-haired Caucasian version of Jesus that we see in modern churches were actually modeled after Apolloyon or the gay lover of Cesarie Borga, the son of the first dynastic Pope. If these kinds of things trigger you then I don’t recommend you conduct any additional meaningful research into the subject.
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Yahweh — The Serpent of Arabia
Similar to the sacramental blood present in the Eucharist or Lord’s Supper, which some Christian denominations believe to be the same blood of Christ shed on the Cross; the blood spilled from the Serpent of Arabia is considered holy and life-giving. A salvational salve that once given to a man bestows healing and cleansing qualities.
I shall you tell with plain declaration
Where, how, and what is my generation
Omogeni is my Father
And Magnesia is my Mother
And Azot truly is my Sister
And Kibrick forsooth is my Brother
The Serpent of Arabia is my name
The which is leader of all this game
That sometime was both wood and wild
And now I am both meek and mild
The Sun and the Moon with their might
Have chastised me that was so light
My wings that me brought
Hither and thither where I thought
Now with their might they down me pull,
And bring me where they will
The Blood of mine heart I wish
Now causeth both joy and blisse
And dissolveth the very Stone
And knitteth him ere he have done
Now maketh hard that was lix
And causeth him to be fix
Of my blood and water I wish
Plenty in all the World there is
It runneth in every place
Who it findeth he hath grace
In the World it runneth over all
And goeth round as a ball
But thou understand well this
Of the worke thou shalt miss
Therefore know ere thou begin
What he is and all his kin
Many a name he hath full sure
And all is but one Nature
Thou must part him in three
And then knit him as the Trinity
And make them all but one
Lo here is the Philosophers Stone
In the below verse we see “the Lord Yahweh” has no issue dispatching a unit of fiery serpents to go and bite the people. What’s up with that? Since when did our creator God suddenly start using serpents as his soldiers? Was Michael unavailable? I know that my God is omnipresent, all-knowing and capable of anything…. of course…. but why chose this path? I’m just asking questions.
Then the Lord sent fiery serpents among the people, and they bit the people, so that many people of Israel died. 7 And the people came to Moses and said, “We have sinned, for we have spoken against the Lord and against you. Pray to the Lord, that he take away the serpents from us.” So Moses prayed for the people. 8 And the Lord said to Moses, “Make a fiery serpent and set it on a pole, and everyone who is bitten, when he sees it, shall live.” 9 So Moses made a bronze serpent and set it on a pole. And if a serpent bit anyone, he would look at the bronze serpent and live.
Yahweh the Dragon: Exploring a Neglected Biblical Metaphor …
Some of these texts employ the image of Yahweh as a dragon-like creature who pours forth smoke from his nostrils and fire from his mouth. This article surveys the background of this metaphor by describing deities and monsters that breathe fire in the literature of ancient Greece, Egypt, and Mesopotamia, as well as the dragon-like Leviathan in …
Was YHWH a dragon? : AcademicBiblical
Yahweh is not a dragon, Yahweh is a storm god. In the mythology of the Ancient Near East, the storm god battles against the dragon. Yahweh battles the dragon Leviathan, which derives from the Canaanite storm god Baal’s battle against the cognate chaos serpent Litanu. Likewise, the Babylonian storm god Marduk battles Tiamat and the Greek storm …
Was Yahweh a Dragon? Some very convincing evidence…
10. Like many legendary dragons, Yahweh occasionally “consumes” humans as well, to include two of Aaron’s sons who prepared a sacrifice wrong. In scripture, Yahweh demanded the first born of all Israelites, but the bible says it was possible to pay him money instead, on a sliding scale, also indicating the univesal dragon love of hoarding treasure.
Is the Biblical Yahweh actually a dragon? – Spirituality …
Yahweh is described with “feathers”, as depicted on most of the most acnient dragon wings and this idea lasted until medieval times, after which dragons became less commonly seen. Saphira in Eragon is reminesecent of these ancient dragon depictions, and probably inspired the design of this character.