Who do Muslims really worship?

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THE GREAT MOTHER GODDESS

When studying Comparative Mythology and especially the numerous cultural Stories of Creation, the best of these stories of course included the female importance as being equal to the male archetype.

Without both gender and their qualities, no creation can take part and this also goes for the basically powers of creation, where the female and male creation can be compared to the two poles in electromagnetism which forms everything and give motions to everything.

IMO the global Stories of Creation all deal with the creation of our Milky Way galaxy and NOT with the entire Universe. The very best of these stories also describes the very principles of creation, which also take part in the formation of the Milky Way, as for instants the Egyptian Ogdoad – Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogdoad#In_Egyptian_mythology

The Greek goddess Aphrodite and the Roman goddess Venus is equal to the Egyptian goddess Hathor, who specifically is mentioned as being connected to the Milky Way. Hathor is also closely connected to Ra, the strong central light in the Milky Way and thus, Ra don´t represent the Sun. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hathor#Relationships.2C_associations.2C_images.2C_and_symbols

The equal Greek, Roman and Egyptian goddess connection the Milky Way derives from the image of the Milky Way contours on the southern hemisphere - Read here on my personal Mytho-Cosmological website.

Goddess Venus was born from the "foam of the sea", it is told. The Milky Way contours is mythically mentioned as "the celestial river". Looking at the Milky Way shape on the southern hemisphere, this very easily can be imagined as a celestial woman.

If agreeing in this celestial imagery of a woman, the galactic center is located in the imagined location of her womb, thus giving rise to the mythical term, the "Cosmic Womb" from where everything in our galaxy is formed, which again logically gives rise to the mythical term, The Mother Goddess.

Another mythical term regards "the Underworld Goddess", which is logical since she is located on the southern hemisphere, "under the northern and most known hemisphere"
It is an undeniable fact of history that before Muhammed was born, the moon god "al-Ilah" (Allah) had three daughters named al-Lat, al-Uzza and Manat. The first two were even named after their father. Each daughter had a separate shrine near Mecca, where Allah's shrine was located. http://bible.ca/islam/islam-allahs-daughters.htm

Exactly what are the Satanic verses:

Here is how the Koran once read with the satanic verses:

Near it is the Garden of Abode. Behold, the Lote-tree was shrouded (in mystery unspeakable!) (His) sight never swerved, nor did it go wrong! For truly did he see, of the Signs of his Lord, the Greatest! Have ye seen Lat. and 'Uzza, And another, the third (goddess), Manat?

These are the exalted cranes (intermediaries) Whose intercession is to be hoped for.

What! for you the male sex, and for Him, the female? Behold, such would be indeed a division most unfair! (an-Najm 53:19-22)

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Showing the true translation is why Salman Rushdie got a fatwa. Analysis 30 years later
 






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It is an undeniable fact of history that before Muhammed was born, the moon god "al-Ilah" (Allah) had three daughters named al-Lat, al-Uzza and Manat. The first two were even named after their father. Each daughter had a separate shrine near Mecca, where Allah's shrine was located. http://bible.ca/islam/islam-allahs-daughters.htm

Exactly what are the Satanic verses:

Here is how the Koran once read with the satanic verses:

Near it is the Garden of Abode. Behold, the Lote-tree was shrouded (in mystery unspeakable!) (His) sight never swerved, nor did it go wrong! For truly did he see, of the Signs of his Lord, the Greatest! Have ye seen Lat. and 'Uzza, And another, the third (goddess), Manat?

These are the exalted cranes (intermediaries) Whose intercession is to be hoped for.

What! for you the male sex, and for Him, the female? Behold, such would be indeed a division most unfair! (an-Najm 53:19-22)

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History clip

Christian apologetics link

Showing the true translation is why Salman Rushdie got a fatwa. Analysis 30 years later
False once again. The word "Al-Lah" is a title and not a name for anything.

It is utterly absurd if you are going to come to us and claim that "The God" is the name of a moon-god.

Tell me, what do you know about Yahweh?
 






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False once again. The word "Al-Lah" is a title and not a name for anything.
Please RING up Christian Prince and correct him, then give us the link to show how you put him in his place.
PLEASE. It will be fascinating for everyone.

It is utterly absurd if you are going to come to us and claim that "The God" is the name of a moon-god.

Tell me, what do you know about Yahweh?
I believe what the bible says.
You can read the bible all by yourself. That would be time well spent.

P.S. Made it even easier for you:
https://www.facebook.com/TheChristianprince/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOllN2W9yT4ZYaSgTkqzhhg

Go on Infinityloop - he needs to be educated. What is stopping you?
 






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According to many websites..The judgement of Solomon is about the wisdom of the king...

so therefore 2 mothers means wisdom....one of the mothers is Sophia and as you all know her name means wisdom..
 






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Another mind boggling breakthrough i had this morning....

MAAT HAM

a message to the doubters............screw you all :)
 






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For those of you that dont know what im talking about....

MAAT = Egyptian system of law/ Godess

HAM = Son of Noah

both together you have the word ALLAH
 






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The Egyptian maat is the pre-Christian Egyptian equivalent of logos. Just as the Avestan asha, or the Indian rta, or the Chinese tao, etc, and they all refer to more or less the same thing.
 






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False once again. The word "Al-Lah" is a title and not a name for anything.

It is utterly absurd if you are going to come to us and claim that "The God" is the name of a moon-god.

Tell me, what do you know about Yahweh?
I don't think it has to do with the moon god either, but Allah's etymological root, just like that of the Hebrew-Canaanite El / Elohim, can be traced back to the Sumerian deity Enlil, which was a name.
 






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I don't think it has to do with the moon god either, but Allah's etymological root, just like that of the Hebrew-Canaanite El / Elohim, can be traced back to the Sumerian deity Enlil, which was a name.
ENLIL is im not mistaken is part of the ANNUNAKI
 






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I don't think it has to do with the moon god either, but Allah's etymological root, just like that of the Hebrew-Canaanite El / Elohim, can be traced back to the Sumerian deity Enlil, which was a name.
The word "Allah" is closer to Theos than to "YHWH" but unlike Theos it's directly descriptive (aka, THE only God, rather than just "god') and unlike YHWH, it's not the name of a deity.

The problem about Al and El is that "Al" is a prefix means "the" whereas "El" means 'God'. Phonetically they sound similar but definitely not etymologically or semantically. But sure, we can say that God is "The" and not necessarily be theologically incorrect ;)
Lah, means God.
"Allah" is definitive, as I said.


The connections between Hebrew and Arabic of course have always fascinated me.
 






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The word "Allah" is closer to Theos than to "YHWH" but unlike Theos it's directly descriptive (aka, THE only God, rather than just "god') and unlike YHWH, it's not the name of a deity.

The problem about Al and El is that "Al" is a prefix means "the" whereas "El" means 'God'. Phonetically they sound similar but definitely not etymologically or semantically. But sure, we can say that God is "The" and not necessarily be theologically incorrect ;)
Lah, means God.
"Allah" is definitive, as I said.


The connections between Hebrew and Arabic of course have always fascinated me.
I largely agree, although, YHWH is not El, they are separate deities merged at a later time. I wouldn't say that Allah directly stems from the Hebrew El, but they are cognates sharing the same Semitic root. In Aramaic you have Elaha, which is already alot more similar. There's also Eloah, which is the singular of Elohim, also more similar to Allah. What the meaning became thousands of years later with an illiterate desert tribe without writing, doesn't annull the words etymological history.
 






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Hello Kais, I know since you've been here you've decoded more stuff than Bletchley Park but I'm still completely in the dark as to what you are getting at...

....so my question is, what are you getting at?
Hi

thanks for replying....

i am trying to make sense of the religion i was born into thats all...

and sharing my knowledge with you guys...
 






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Hi

thanks for replying....

i am trying to make sense of the religion i was born into thats all...

and sharing my knowledge with you guys...
You are trying to make sense of a religion? Good luck with that one. From what I have observed these religious folk can't agree on anything.

The circular religious debates that fill these boards daily just demonstrate that none of it makes sense, hence the endless use of bible passages,, when you ask a question that requires an answer containing some common sense they just hit you with a bible passage, it's a defence thing.

Anyway, good luck with your quest.
 






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You are trying to make sense of a religion? Good luck with that one. From what I have observed these religious folk can't agree on anything.

The circular religious debates that fill these boards daily just demonstrate that none of it makes sense, hence the endless use of bible passages,, when you ask a question that requires an answer containing some common sense they just hit you with a bible passage, it's a defence thing.

Anyway, good luck with your quest.
"Mindlessly copy+pasting quotes from the Bible does not demonstrate an understanding, falsely-attributing passages or taking them out of context is not a sign of intelligence"
- John 3:16
 






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