Who do Muslims really worship?

Kais_1

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Actually masons, kabbalists, practicioners of the "mystery religion" predate the Prophet Muhammad (saw).

The story goes back to when Prophet Solomon (as) was king. He confiscated all the books that taught magic and buried them under his throne. After he passed on they dug the books back up and learned from them. At least this is how the story goes. History is awash with disinfo so in the end God knows best.

Only thing i can confirm is magic was taught to man around the time of Babylon as its in the Quran. Long before Prophet Muhammad's (saw) time.

I don't know why i contribute to this thread because it just pushes it back on top and honestly there is alot of ignorance here. May the Creator grant you guidance as time runs short Kais.

I still suggest you look into ruqya.

Peace.
I actually decoded the word Bismallah (the full sentence)
and i came up with cow/cube/mother/womb

maybe the cow is actually referring to the Golden Calf from the time of Moses?
 






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I actually decoded the word Bismallah (the full sentence)
and i came up with cow/cube/mother/womb

maybe the cow is actually referring to the Golden Calf from the time of Moses?
lets just say for example that this is all about Moses.

cow= golden calf

cube = cubits


Solomon's Temple
The Holy of Holies was located in the westernmost end of the Temple building, being a perfect cube: 20 cubits by 20 cubits by 20 cubits. The inside was in total darkness and contained the Ark of the Covenant, gilded inside and out, in which was placed the Tablets of the Covenant.

mother = hathor

womb =


the goddess's womb from which he, as a sun god, is born each day

She was one of many goddesses to take the role of the Eye of Ra, a feminine personification of the disk of the sun and an extension of Ra's own power. Ra was sometimes portrayed inside the disk, which Troy interprets as meaning that the Eye goddess was thought of as a womb from which the sun god was born. Hathor's seemingly contradictory roles as mother, wife, and daughter of Ra reflected the daily cycle of the sun. At sunset the god entered the body of the goddess, impregnating her and fathering the deities born from her womb at sunrise: himself and the Eye goddess, who would later give birth to him. Ra gave rise to his daughter, the Eye goddess, who in turn gave rise to him, her son, in a cycle of constant regeneration.
 






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The Book of Exodus gives detailed instructions on how the Ark is to be constructed. It is to be 21⁄2 cubits in length, 11⁄2 in breadth, and 11⁄2 in height (approximately 131×79×79 cm or 52×31×31 in). Then it is to be gilded entirely with gold, and a crown or molding of gold is to be put around it.
 






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What was the golden calf in Exodus?
Mentioned in Exodus 32 and I Kings 12 in the Old Testament, worship of the golden calf is seen as a supreme act of apostasy, the rejection of a faith once confessed. The figure is probably a representation of the Egyptian bull god Apis in the earlier period and of the Canaanite fertility god Baal in the latter.
 






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Athirat

The divine council included the older generation of the god El and his wife Athirat, known in the Bible as Asherah, as well as a younger group of figures that included the war god Baal and the war goddesses Anat and Astarte

 






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I can now prove Islam is 100% Freemasonic.

Actually the square and compass predates the time of the masons and goes back to the time of Mohammed the prophet.
The same thing with fuxi and nvwa (Asian version of Adam and Eve), they also hold square and compass. Dated back 2600 BCE
 






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lets just say for example that this is all about Moses.

cow= golden calf

cube = cubits


Solomon's Temple
The Holy of Holies was located in the westernmost end of the Temple building, being a perfect cube: 20 cubits by 20 cubits by 20 cubits. The inside was in total darkness and contained the Ark of the Covenant, gilded inside and out, in which was placed the Tablets of the Covenant.

mother = hathor

womb =


the goddess's womb from which he, as a sun god, is born each day

She was one of many goddesses to take the role of the Eye of Ra, a feminine personification of the disk of the sun and an extension of Ra's own power. Ra was sometimes portrayed inside the disk, which Troy interprets as meaning that the Eye goddess was thought of as a womb from which the sun god was born. Hathor's seemingly contradictory roles as mother, wife, and daughter of Ra reflected the daily cycle of the sun. At sunset the god entered the body of the goddess, impregnating her and fathering the deities born from her womb at sunrise: himself and the Eye goddess, who would later give birth to him. Ra gave rise to his daughter, the Eye goddess, who in turn gave rise to him, her son, in a cycle of constant regeneration.
Bull = Apis = SON
Hathor = MOTHER

Apis was the most important and highly regarded bull deity of ancient Egypt. His original name in Egyptian was Api, Hapi, or Hep; Apis is the Greek name. He is not, however, associated with the god Hapi/Hep who was linked to the inundation and is depicted as the god of the river.
Worship of the Apis bull is recorded as early as the First Dynasty (c. 3150 - c. 2890 BCE) in ceremonies known as The Running of Apis but veneration of the bull in Egypt precedes this time, and so it is thought that Apis may be the first god of Egypt or, at least, among the first animals associated with divinity and eternity. He was originally a god of fertility, then the herald of the god Ptah but, in time, was considered Ptah incarnate. He was also, in some eras, depicted as the son of Hathor and was closely associated with her goodness and bounty.
 






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The freaky Egyptian "gods" belong in a zoo, a witch in a chatroom once said she was summoning the goddess Sekhmet to come and get me, so I put the kettle on but she never turned up, hey guys don't you just hate getting stood up by goddesses?..:)
Mind you after seeing her pic below I wouldn't have known whether to offer her a saucer of milk or tickle her chin..

 






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The freaky Egyptian "gods" belong in a zoo, a witch in a chatroom once said she was summoning the goddess Sekhmet to come and get me, so I put the kettle on but she never turned up, hey guys don't you just hate getting stood up by goddesses?..:)
Mind you after seeing her pic below I wouldn't have known whether to offer her a saucer of milk or tickle her chin..

Have you been following this thread from the start?

Do you understand my conclusion?
 






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Have you been following this thread from the start?
Do you understand my conclusion?
No mate, the thread title is Who do Muslims really worship? and I already know they worship some entity called 'Allah', and to be frank he's not my cup o' tea at all..;)
 






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THE DEVIL (DEMIURGE) AND HIS MOTHER
Yaldabaoth[edit]

A lion-faced deity found on a Gnostic gem in Bernard de Montfaucon's L'antiquité expliquée et représentée en figures may be a depiction of the Demiurge.
In the Ophite and Sethian systems, which have many affinities with the teachings of Valentinus, the making of the world is ascribed to a company of seven archons, whose names are given, but still more prominent is their chief, "Yaldabaoth" (also known as "Yaltabaoth" or "Ialdabaoth").

In the Apocryphon of John c. AD 120–180, the demiurge arrogantly declares that he has made the world by himself:

Now the archon ["ruler"] who is weak has three names. The first name is Yaltabaoth, the second is Saklas ["fool"], and the third is Samael. And he is impious in his arrogance which is in him. For he said, 'I am God and there is no other God beside me,' for he is ignorant of his strength, the place from which he had come.[24]
He is Demiurge and maker of man, but as a ray of light from above enters the body of man and gives him a soul, Yaldabaoth is filled with envy; he tries to limit man's knowledge by forbidding him the fruit of knowledge in paradise. At the consummation of all things, all light will return to the Pleroma. But Yaldabaoth, the Demiurge, with the material world, will be cast into the lower depths.[25]

Yaldabaoth is frequently called "the Lion-faced", leontoeides, and is said to have the body of a serpent. The demiurge is also[26] described as having a fiery nature, applying the words of Moses to him: "the Lord our God is a burning and consuming fire". Hippolytus claims that Simon used a similar description.[27]

In Pistis Sophia, Yaldabaoth has already sunk from his high estate and resides in Chaos, where, with his forty-nine demons, he tortures wicked souls in boiling rivers of pitch, and with other punishments (pp. 257, 382). He is an archon with the face of a lion, half flame, and half darkness.

Under the name of Nebro (rebel), Yaldabaoth is called an angel in the apocryphal Gospel of Judas. He is first mentioned in "The Cosmos, Chaos, and the Underworld" as one of the twelve angels to come "into being [to] rule over chaos and the [underworld]". He comes from heaven, and it is said his "face flashed with fire and [his] appearance was defiled with blood". Nebro creates six angels in addition to the angel Saklas to be his assistants. These six, in turn, create another twelve angels "with each one receiving a portion in the heavens".
 






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Hey people....just thought you would like to know that its all about a MOTHER and SON - HORUS and ISIS to be exact. This info i gained from the HEART OF THE QURAN - chapter 36 surah yasin....looks like were still worshipping the Egyptian gods
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why would muslims worship egyptian gods?
the absolute main theme of Islam is the worship of one god and one god alone, none is worthy of worship other than one god. the core is the worship of one god alone. i kindly request you to not mislead people with your decoding, and if we are going to have a discussion about islamic verses i would be happy to do so, but with respect. much love
 






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why would muslims worship egyptian gods?
the absolute main theme of Islam is the worship of one god and one god alone, none is worthy of worship other than one god. the core is the worship of one god alone. i kindly request you to not mislead people with your decoding, and if we are going to have a discussion about islamic verses i would be happy to do so, but with respect. much love
who is misleading who?
 






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