Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Who is Allah?

                                                                     
          Long before Islam, the Sabeans in Arabia worshipped a Moon God who was also known asIlumquh. Ilumquh was married tothe Sun Goddess Dhat Hamymand had Three Daughters whom the people of that area started worshiping. The three daughters where called Allat, Al Uzza andAl Manat. These 3 deities where merged and they formed a triple goddess triad, like many other Moon Goddesses. We will examine each of these ancient Arabian deities which formed the Triple Goddess Allat and we will see how much coincidences we can find with the religion of Islam.


     "Pre-islamic worship of the goddess seems to be primarily associated with Al'Lat, which simply means 'goddess'. She is a triple goddess, similar to the Greek lunar deity Kore/Demeter/Hecate. Each aspect of this trinity corresponds to a phase of the moon. In the same way Al'Lat has three names known to the initiate: Q're, the crescent moon or the maiden; Al'Uzza, literally 'the strong one' who is the full moon and the mother aspect; then Al'Menat, the waning but wise goddess of fate, prophecy and divination. Islamic tradition continue to recognise these three but labels them 'daughters of Allah'."




 We Will Now Examine Allat, (who is a Triple Goddess and is the same as Al Uzza and Al Manat).




"Allat was known as the goddess  of spring and fertility. Under  Hellenization Allat was later  identified with the Greek/Roman  goddess Athena/Minerva, and  sometimes with Aphrodite or  Urania/Venus Caelestis. Inscriptions mentioning Allat  range from Hegra in Saudi  Arabia to the Hauran in Syria.  They include terms of reverence  and adorati on lasting until the  Islamic period. Even at the  founding of Islam, an image of  Allat, along with one of Al-'Uzza."


 We Will now take a look at some  peculiar aspects of the Goddess  Aphrodite who is identified with  Al-'Uzza :




"Meteorites-cults are common  in Greco-Roman civilizations.  According to the religious  historian Mircea Eliade, the  Temple of Artemis (Diana) at  Ephesus contained a squat  statue of the mother-goddess,  carved from a meteorite that  fell from Jupiter (Acts  19:26-35). The Palladium of  Troy and the conic black stone  or (Baetyl) of Elagabal in  Emesa, Syria, are believed to  be of meteoric origin.  Likewise, the Phrygian mother  goddess Cybele worshipped  in Pessinus (later Rome) was a  stone; doubtless a meteorite.  A further example is the  meteorite of Pessinunt in  Phrygia, which was  worshipped as "the needle of  Cybele," brought to Rome in a  powerful procession after the  Punic war on advice from the  Delphic oracle; there the  meteorite was worshipped as  a fertility goddess for further  500 years." 




"The most famous of all of the  stone fetishes of Arabia was, of  course, the black stone in the  sanctuary of Mecca. The Kabah  was, and still is, a rectangular  stone structure. Built into its  Eastern corner is the black stone  which had been an object of  worship for many centuries  before Mohammed  appropriated the Kabah for his  new religion, and made the  pilgrimage to this holy place  one of the pillars of Islam"  (Mohammed: The man and his  faith, Tor Andrae, 1936,  Translated by Theophil Menzel,  1960, p. 13-30; Britannica,  Arabian Religions, p. 1059,  1979). The "Hadschar al Aswad"  in the Kabah is the most well  known example of meteorite  worship in newer times. Despite  the prohibition of portraying  God and adoration of objects,  pilgrims to Mecca kiss this  "Hadschar al Aswad" (black  stone) which, according to the  prophet is "Yamin Allah" (the  right hand of God), supposedly  a divine meteorite or Bethel- stone predating creation that fell  at the feet of Adam and Eve. It is  presently embedded in the  southeastern corner of the  Kabah. Muslims touch and kiss  the black stone during Hajj." 







"Al-'Uzza was the goddess of  power. The chief goddesses of  the Nabataean pantheon were  Al-'Uzza, Allat, and Manawat.  Under Hellenization, Al-'Uzza  was later identified with  Aphrodite, Urania/Venus  Caelestis, and also linked to the  Egyptian goddess, Isis.  Representations of Al-'Uzza are  carved on the Treasury at Petra.  The baetyl of al- Uzza-Aphrodite  is carved to the left of al-Kutbay.  She is also mentioned in the  Bosra inscription as a deity of  the city, and her cult continued  at Mecca until the coming of  Islam. An Osiris (Isis) fragment from  the Temple of the Winged Lions  in Petra has been found, and  Nabataean inscriptions have  been located in Egypt. These  provide us with evidence of how  far the Nabataeans traveled and  traded, and give us clues of how  the Nabataean sculptors could  have borrowed traits from Osiris  (Isis) in Egypt that they applied  to their own goddess, Al 'Uzza."




The Acacia Symbol and Freemasonry

"What is less well-known is that an acacia tree, or a cluster of acacia trees, is the symbol of Al-Uzza, an Arabic goddess who rules birth, death, marriage, warfare, raids, the Zodiac, the change of the seasons, the course of heavenly bodies, and Venus as the morning star. Green, her sacred color, was adopted by Islam as its own favourite colour. Meteorites, such as, for instance, the black stone in the Ka'aba ('cube'), are her sacred stones. Al-Uzza received blood offerings, sacrifices of humans and animals. The acacia, as we have just pointed out, is her sacred tree. It is under an acacia tree that the companions of Muhammad took a pledge of fidelity (known as Ba'ait al-Ridwan - "Pledge of Good Pleasure") to him the day before the signing of the Treaty of Hudaibiya, a treaty which brought about the political victory of Islam throughout Arabia. "

"Acacia is one of the main symbols of Freemasonry, as acknowledged in 'Morals and Dogma' by none other than Albert Pike (who plagerized many of his material from the books of the French magician, Eliphas Levi) : "Masonry still retains among its emblems one of a woman weeping over a broken column, holding in her hand a branch of acacia, myrtle, or tamarisk (...)". The sprig of Acacia plays a central part in the third degree ritual ; a sprig of Acacia is sometimes laid in graves or on caskets at Masonic funerals, and it is also seen on the 14th Degree cordon. As a matter of fact, in ancient Egypt, from which Masonry claims to have borrowed a large part of its imagery, the thorn of acacia was conceived of as a symbol of the birth-and-death mother-goddess Neith. In the Old Testament, from which Masonry also twists much to add to the decoration of its Temples, the Acacia is said to have been used in the building of the Tabernacle and of the Ark of the Covenant. Some Freemasons also claim that the crown which Jesus-Christ wore on his crucifixion was made of acacia thorns and his cross made of acacia wood, as part of their bizarre attempt to 'prove' that Jesus Christ was himself a 'Famous Freemason'!"
-Rolph Klein, Grand Lodge of Alberta A.F. & A.M.



The broken column denotes the untimely death of our Grand Master Hiram Abiff; the beautiful Virgin, weeping, denotes the Temple, unfinished; the book open before her, that his virtues there lie on perpetual record; the sprig of acacia in her right hand, the timely discovery of his body; the urn in her left, that his ashes were there safely deposited to perpetuate the remembrance of so distinguished a character; and Time standing behind her unfolding the ringlets of her hair denotes that time, patience and perseverance will accomplish all things. 
-Master Mason initiation lecture
(Here is something rather interesting, Semiramis, the queen of Babylon called herself a Virgin even though she had a son named Tammuz, she later became Ishtar, Venus, Aphrodite, Al Uzzah etc. she is the counterfit Mary that the Catholics worship and is not the real Mary, mother of Jesus Christ thus we see how Satan fools the Masons and the world into thinking Semiramis is the mother of Christ, when she is really the mother of Tammuz who she claims to be the Reincarnation of Nimrod, her husband who Shem son of Noah killed)

Masonry still retains among its emblems one of a woman weeping over a broken column, holding in her hand a branch of acacia, myrtle, or tamarisk, while Time, we are told, stands behind her combing out the ringlets of her hair. We need not repeat the vapid and trivial explanation... given, of this representation of Isis, weeping at Byblos, over the column torn from the palace of the King, that contained the body of Osiris, while Horus, the God of Time, pours ambrosia on her hair. 
-Albert Pike 33° Freemason, "Morals and Dogma" page 379
(What Albert Pike means is that the Acacia tree brach is a symbol of Isis who is linked to Al-Uzzah)

"The color green has a special  place in Islam. It is used in the  decoration of mosques, the  bindings of Qur'ans, the silken  covers for the graves of Sufi  saints, and in the flags of  various Muslim countries.  Green has been associated  with Islam for many centuries.  The colour green was the  colour used by Muhammad’s  tribe on their flags.  Al Uzza (whose color was  Green) being a Goddess of  war and beauty is also linked  with the Goddess Athena, who  is also linked to the Goddess  Aphrodite which is identified  with Allat."


"Manawat (Al Manat)  was considered to be  the goddess of destiny or fate.  Under Hellenization, Manawat  was associated with the  Greek/Roman goddess  Nemesis/Fate.  As with Al Uzza, Manawat  similarly does not emerge to any  major role among the  Nabataeans, judging from the  relative infrequency with which  she was invoked in ancient  inscriptions. Her major domain  would seem to have been around  Hegra, although she, as Al-'Uzza,  survived until the coming of  Islam. Her image does not  appear among the pre-Islamic  “idols“”at Mecca, however, and  she may never have been  represented there."



"Sin is also the progenitor of the  ancient Arabian high God al- Llah, which like El simply  means God, who is still  represented by the crescent  moon. It has already been noted  that the star and crescent of  Islam is prefigured both in the  coinage of Harran and the  symbolic relationship between  the crescent moon of Sin and the  evening star of Ishtar, seen also  among the Sabeans."



    One of the false messiahs of Islam, the Mahdi, fits the description of the Anti-Christ from Revelation, who will rule for 7 years. 
this is according to wikipedia

Abu Dawud also reported a hadith about the Mahdi that the Prophet Muhammed said:
The Mahdi will be of my stock, and will have a broad forehead, a prominent nose. He will fill the earth with equity and justice as it was filled with oppression and tyranny, and he will rule for seven years.5





There is also a branch of Freemasonry called The Shriners, who swear an oath to the moon god Allah, here is a copy of the oath as well as their insignia:

 “Candidates for induction into the Shriners are greeted by a High Priest, who says:
“By the existence of Allah and the creed of Mohammed; by the legendary sanctity of our Tabernacle at Mecca, we greet you.”
The inductees then swear on the Bible and the Koran, in the name of Mohammed, and invoke Masonry’s usual gruesome penalties upon themselves:
“I do hereby, upon this Bible, and on the mysterious legend of the Koran, and its dedication to the Mohammedan faith, promise and swear and vow … that I will never reveal any secret part or portion whatsoever of the ceremonies … and now upon this sacred book, by the sincerity of a Moslem’s oath I here register this irrevocable vow … in willful violation whereof may I incur the fearful penalty of having my eyeballs pierced to the center with a three-edged blade, my feet flayed and I be forced to walk the hot sands upon the sterile shores of the Red Sea until the flaming sun shall strike me with livid plague, and may Allah, the god of Arab, Moslem and Mohammedan, the god of our fathers, support me to the entire fulfillment of the same. Amen. Amen. Amen.”
With this oath, Christians swear on the Koran, and declare Allah to be “the god of our fathers.” From the perspective of Christianity and Islam alike, Shriners take the name of God in vain, and mock both faiths.”
Excerpt from The Origins and Influence of Masonry
by Lee Penn, SCP Journal Vol. 25:2-25:3 2001
P0 Box 4308, Berkeley, CA 94704
In the 8th century, Muslim hordes overran the Morrocan city of Fez and butchered 50,000 Christians. The streets ran red with blood. The Muslim murderers dipped their caps in the blood in honor of Allah. These blood-stained caps were called fezzes, idols dedicated to a false god, Allah.


"On the first face is engraved...a pentagram or a star with five points. On the other side is engraved a bull's head enclosed in a SIX-POINTED STAR, and surrounded by letters composing the name REMPHA, THE PLANETARY GENIUS OF SATURN, according to the alphabet of the Magi." (Christian, p. 304-5)





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