Asherahs and high places

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I have been reading the bible!
*gasp of astonishment

It seems that in the long ago the ancient Canaanite religions worshipped at high places of sacrifice.

These were on hilltops near town. And, from the descriptions in the bible included trees, pillars and poles. The poles are sometimes called Asherah poles, and are images of the goddess asherah.

During certain periods the Temple of Solomon in ancient Jerusalem was kitted out with asherahs, pillar and poles.

People seem to have had small asherah figures for home worship.

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One of the best preserved of these ancient temples is The High Place of Sacrifice, at Petra

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So. In the long ago Asherahs were a thing.

Do they still exist?

Maybe the masons know about it

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Perhaps this is one in the Tarot.

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And oh!!! The vatican has a whole one!!!
Look at those 'high place' mountains in the background!!!

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Anyone else seen an Asherah???
 






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While Christianity has some paganism in it (such as Easter / rabbits), masonry is more kabbala.. "Jewish mysticism".

While kabbalism is literally djinn / demon worship at is core.


You can't really tie the two faiths together as one has some nurr (light) left in it, such as the 10 commandments.
 






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I could never get my head round kabbala.

There are pillars in that too. Thats a great connection. Thanks!

I kind of got interested in the historical aspect of the bible. ie. how much is history and how much legend. And that kind of led me to the asherah thing, and I started wondering how much of the ancient caananite religions might still persist.

Partly its the pillars. the pillars seem to be significant.
There are pillars in kabbalism too.
Thats a great connection. Thanks!
 






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I could never get my head round kabbala.

There are pillars in that too. Thats a great connection. Thanks!

I kind of got interested in the historical aspect of the bible. ie. how much is history and how much legend. And that kind of led me to the asherah thing, and I started wondering how much of the ancient caananite religions might still persist.

Partly its the pillars. the pillars seem to be significant.
There are pillars in kabbalism too.
Thats a great connection. Thanks!
Kabbala is masonry. They are one in the same.

You can say this is bias since I'm Muslim but i believe all "history" in the Quran to be correct. As Muslims believe the Quran to be the unchanged word of God verbatim. Such as the people of Aad (giants) being destroyed. Some say this today is Petra. The people of Lut (Sodom) being destroyed. I can't remember the name of this place today but we can visit it as well. Maybe it was Pompaya? I'm not sure but like Petra, you can visit it today as God has preserved these sites.

On the other hand using the Bible to depict history is difficult as there is evidence that mans hands have altered it. I usually use the argument that "Jews can loan on interest but non Jews cant" to show alteration. But there's quite a bit in the Bible i don't believe, such as Prophet Solomon being an idol worshiper or Prophet David (?) committing incest with his daughters. God's messengers would never commit such atrocities.

Sadly, we live in an age of deceit where we can't trust history from only 20 years ago, such as all the details of 9/11 are / have been erased from the net. Let alone generations ago.
 






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Sadly, we live in an age of deceit where we can't trust history from only 20 years ago, such as all the details of 9/11 are / have been erased from the net. Let alone generations ago.
What about 9/11 ?

What according to you happened on 9/11 ?
 






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A classic by James Corbett.

Unfortunately people no longer think.
Yes so you're saying 9/11 was a gov job... a false flag.

And of course it was... it's blatantly obvious.


What government in the world has outed the US gov ?
 






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Yes so you're saying 9/11 was a gov job... a false flag.

And of course it was... it's blatantly obvious.
You would think. There are people today who believe the official narrative, especially amongst the younger generations.
I have a co-worker whose 27 and he believes everything that comes out of the tv, including the official narrative on the JFK assassination. There's a reason I advocate for home schooling.

Problem with say 9/11 is while we are old enough to remember it. Tomorrows generation wont be... and all the while our narrative is getting erased.


What government in the world has outed the US gov ?
Its been "one world gooberment" for awhile now.

Same team as they say.
 






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You would think. There are people today who believe the official narrative, especially amongst the younger generations.
I have a co-worker whose 27 and he believes everything that comes out of the tv, including the official narrative on the JFK assassination. There's a reason I advocate for home schooling.

Problem with say 9/11 is while we are old enough to remember it. Tomorrows generation wont be... and all the while our narrative is getting erased.
Jesus is just around the corner...


Its been "one world gooberment" for awhile now.

Same team as they say.
Yes so muslim governments are in on it too right.
 






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Jesus is just around the corner...
God willing.

Yes so muslim governments are in on it too right.
There is not 1 functioning Muslim government on the planet. Had there been we wouldn't see 2 million Muslims in concentration camps in China. We wouldn't see Gaza children being used for bullet practice. We wouldn't see the atrocities in Burma, Kashmir, Yemen.

Much like "Christian" governments, "Muslim" governments are tools of the cabal.
 






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There is not 1 functioning Muslim government on the planet. Had there been we wouldn't see 2 million Muslims in concentration camps in China. We wouldn't see Gaza children being used for bullet practice. We wouldn't see the atrocities in Burma, Kashmir, Yemen.

Much like "Christian" governments, "Muslim" governments are tools of the cabal.
Right.
 






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Kabbala is masonry. They are one in the same.

You can say this is bias since I'm Muslim but i believe all "history" in the Quran to be correct. As Muslims believe the Quran to be the unchanged word of God verbatim. Such as the people of Aad (giants) being destroyed. Some say this today is Petra. The people of Lut (Sodom) being destroyed. I can't remember the name of this place today but we can visit it as well. Maybe it was Pompaya? I'm not sure but like Petra, you can visit it today as God has preserved these sites.

On the other hand using the Bible to depict history is difficult as there is evidence that mans hands have altered it. I usually use the argument that "Jews can loan on interest but non Jews cant" to show alteration. But there's quite a bit in the Bible i don't believe, such as Prophet Solomon being an idol worshiper or Prophet David (?) committing incest with his daughters. God's messengers would never commit such atrocities.

Sadly, we live in an age of deceit where we can't trust history from only 20 years ago, such as all the details of 9/11 are / have been erased from the net. Let alone generations ago.
Everyone's biased. I don't think you are any more bias than anyone else.

I was surprised at how much archaeology supported the general biblical claims.
tbh I thought it was all pretty much made up.
But yeah, people from Josephs time were coming and going between caanan and egypt.
Jerusalem was a significant city, complete with scribes who wrote cuniform at the time of akhenaten
The caananite people in Egypt were expelled in various ways
The highlands of caanan were resettled by non pork eating people at around the right time.

Many small things that while they dont prove the bible, or the details of the bible, do give some historical veracity to the the idea that parts of the bible are made up of memories passed down through oral history for some time.

I will try and have a look at the Koran to see what it says about these things.

I am not sure why everyone just got hung up on 9/11
For me the idea that the vatican is putting ancient caananite sacrificial alters in st peters square is much more interesting.

But I suppose the two towers were like pillars, and it was an act of mass masonic sacrifice involving giant boaz and jacin pillars
 






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I am not sure why everyone just got hung up on 9/11
For me the idea that the vatican is putting ancient caananite sacrificial alters in st peters square is much more interesting.
Since the pope is the antichrist... such things are to be expected from the vatican.
 






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Did you think the papacy was christian ?
lol
Its what they say they are.
Its what they have been saying for more than a thousand years.

A lot longer than any protestant sect has been saying it.

In fact, historically speaking, in western europe the papacy has been the definition of both christianity and the Illuminati.
 






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lol
Its what they say they are.
Its what they have been saying for more than a thousand years.

A lot longer than any protestant sect has been saying it.

In fact, historically speaking, in western europe the papacy has been the definition of both christianity and the Illuminati.
Yes they say they are... but when they've been taking bribes for a thousand years for forgiving sins... you know they're not.
 






Cintra

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Yes they say they are... but when they've been taking bribes for a thousand years for forgiving sins... you know they're not.
So who does represent true christianity?
And, from a historical perspective, who represented it in the middle ages?
 






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