Who do Muslims really worship?

SnowFall

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I don't know if Allah is meant to be the one true God YHWH, but if he is, Muslims don't worship him right.
 

btach

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Religion is man made. Christianity Islam Judaism etc are all man made concepts
God doesn't care about Religion.
 

btach

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If that is your god then worship it. I will be kept by God through Christ and worship Him only.
Christianity just as Islam
is a MAN made concept and the Jesus in the Bible didn't really exist. The white race created Christianity for control and colonization. A Muslim doctor can treat you just as well as a Christian one because at the end of the day their religion doesn't mean anything in the eyes of true divinity
 

Mohammed_123

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What God did the Mayans worship?



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Kukulcán – The Feathered Serpent God

The feathered serpent deity, known to the Yucatec Maya as Kukulcán, is the most well-known and prominent Mayan god of the Maya pantheon. You will also see this god referred to as Gucumatz in the Quiche Maya designation and as Quetzalcoatl in the Aztec Nahuatl language

KUKULCAN

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BeemBow

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THEY ARE ALL SERPENTS. Like the Demiurge.

Huitzilopochtli,
the patron god of the Mexica


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Cōātlīcue
Mother of the gods Mexica - Aztec
Goddess of fertility, patroness of life and death, guide of rebirth

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In Aztec religion, Xiuhcoatl was a mythological
serpent, regarded as the spirit form of Xiuhtecuhtli,
the Aztec fire deity sometimes represented as an atlatl
or a weapon wielded by Huitzilopochtli. Xiuhcoatl is a
Classical Nahuatl word that translates as "turquoise serpent"
and also carries the symbolic and descriptive translation of "fire serpent".

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In Aztec culture to the Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl was,
as his name indicates, a feathered serpent.
He was a creator deity having contributed
essentially to the creation of mankind.
He also had anthropomorphic forms,
for example in his aspects as Ehecatl the wind god.

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Mohammed_123

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THEY ARE ALL SERPENTS. Like the Demiurge.

Huitzilopochtli,
the patron god of the Mexica


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Cōātlīcue
Mother of the gods Mexica - Aztec
Goddess of fertility, patroness of life and death, guide of rebirth

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In Aztec religion, Xiuhcoatl was a mythological
serpent, regarded as the spirit form of Xiuhtecuhtli,
the Aztec fire deity sometimes represented as an atlatl
or a weapon wielded by Huitzilopochtli. Xiuhcoatl is a
Classical Nahuatl word that translates as "turquoise serpent"
and also carries the symbolic and descriptive translation of "fire serpent".

View attachment 83217

In Aztec culture to the Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl was,
as his name indicates, a feathered serpent.
He was a creator deity having contributed
essentially to the creation of mankind.
He also had anthropomorphic forms,
for example in his aspects as Ehecatl the wind god.

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i would even go as far to say that the serpent is a KING COBRA

king cobra

3957 = 393 (5+7=12=L=3)

36291 = 3369
 
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