Religious Dogma

I no longer think much to Religions except that as a thought control and fear creation device for the masses peddled by the elite they ought to have outlived their usefulness. Despite that, Religion continues to be usurped for less than religious purposes such as killing, violence, and more…..

Interestingly enough, I came across something in Comte De Gabalis that reinforces the issues of Religion and Dogma….

” ‘God’ is the rendering in the English versions of the Hebrew T.1,’ ‘Eloah,’ and ‘Elohim.: “^ El “does
not signify Deus (God) but Sol (Sun).”^ “The word El ought to be written Al. In the original it is AL
; and this word means the God Mithra, the Sun, as the Preserver and Saviour.”^ Since the word translated
God in the first chapter of Genesis is “Elohim,” the majestic plural form of El, the Sun, translatable as “mighty sun/’^ and since we read that “Elohim made two great lights, the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night, he made the stars also,” (Genesis^ I, 16), Elohim (God) is seen to be THE PARENT OF THE SUN OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM^ KNOWN TO OCCULTISTS AS THE SUN BEHIND THE SUN. AS MAN IS INFORMED BY AN INVISIBLE SOLAR OR SPIRITUAL PRINCIPLE^ IN LIKE MANNER THE MANIFESTED UNIVERSE IS ANIMATED BY AN INVISIBLE OR SPIRITUAL LIGHT.

The identity of the God of the Muhammedans with the God of the Hebrews and Christians, and of the
inner truth of these religions, is indicated by the fact that the word Elohim or mighty sun written in Arabic
with the article means Allah, God Manifesting in Nature, the Undefinable, the Beginning, and the End.
“He is the Lord of Sirius.” (The Dog Star), Koran,
Sura liii. The Star, cf P. 256.

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  1. However all the early rulers were allegedly gods – demi-gods or immortals…These Gods were called the Nephilim Nefilim Elohim the Anunnaki – Those who from Heaven to Earth came. In Sumerian Mythology they were a pantheon of good and evil gods and goddesses who came to Earth to create the human race.

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