Secrets of the Bible
is against some writings of the Bible that blaspheme God.
against the people of Israel. I am a friend not an enemy of people of Israel!
In theis book we also see the
same results; Moses appears as "confirming" all those writings
that been written centuries
after his death. Well, he was not there to protest! Lies,
reptilian words, the intention of which is to wage war against God, to crucify
diachronically the Word of God. Most of those words that appear as belonging to Moses,
are not belonging to Moses, and of
course, do not express at all the Will of the Highest! Of course in this book
there are also divine laws, prophecies, warnings and admonitions given to the
people of Israel and to the whole world as well, through Moses, but there are
mixed up with a lot of additions that express satanic barbarity, the main
intention of which is to cause confusion, and to crucify the Word of God diachronically.
the book of Kings 2, chapter 22, we read that king Josiah had given an order to
repair the damages of the temple, and while repairing, some writings
of Moses were found. Some scholars believe it was Deuteronomy, or at least a part of the book.
Well, of course, it was not the first time where experts were not so experts.
Obviously, it was not only the writings that belong now to
Deuteronomy, but all or most of the writings of Moses, which for easily
understood reasons had been hidden in some made up
crypt of the temple. It is written when king Josiah heard about the writings
(obviously king Josiah could not read them, that is why he
asked the high priest to interpret them, while the authentic writing of Moses
were not written in the language they spoke) he
tore his cloths, asking the high priest and some others to appeal to the Lord
for himself and for the people, thinking the wrath of the Lord would be great,
while their fathers did not obey to the words of the book, and did not act
according to what was written.
Well, the same laws are also written in the
other books, in the book of
Exodus, Leviticus, and so, if it was only the
writings of Deuteronomy, why would Josiah be so frightened? What
would make him so upset? We
are talking about a time after king David and Solomon, after the Psalms, Isaiah,
and other Prophets as well. Therefore the laws were already
various places, and taught in synagogues. Besides what is the meaning of
Deuteronomy that means the second law? Why would God give a second law? Well,
it seems they called it later
Second Law for
justifications, because as we realize, most of the laws in this book, are also
written in the books of Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers. So if Moses was the only
one who wrote the entire of those books, then they had his writings on their
hands, and so, why would king Josiah
be so frighten?
The time of Josiah and the discovery of the writings was around 621 B C.
Supposing what we read now in Pentateuch
is exactly the writing of Moses, without mixed up with additions, and so,
(supposing) it was the
same writings with those they used to read before found the others in the
temple. So, supposing again, they had in their hands the authentic writings of
Moses, then what was the reason that made Josiah to be so panic? If whatever is
written in Pentateuch is according the authentic writing of Moses, those that
found in the temple would write exactly the same things.
But it was not exactly the same, and that is why Josiah was so upset. Those
writings that found hidden in the temple were contradictory
to a lot of those that been already written and
presented as Moses writings. That is why Josiah was so
frighten, because he realized a lot of those writings did not belong to Moses, while presented
as Moses writings, and when he saw so great difference was frighten.
But there is no point repeating the same things, for it
becomes useless and tiring. Let us see only some parts of the book. According
again to the mixed up writings, after they left Egypt, came close to Amorites
borders, and God "told" them through Moses they could attack, because the Lord
"had given" Amorites and their land into their hands. The people went to Moses
saying they should first send spies, so they might
first point out the way to the cities that would conquer. According to them, Moses sent twelve
spies, one from every tribe, and when returned had some grain from the land and
said that the land was very good.
But the people didn't't obey God's order, they murmured
among them saying; because God hates us that is why took us out of Egypt,
intention to deliver us to the hands of Amorites to kill us all. Moses told them
God was with them, and "was going ahead" to find for them suitable places to
camp. So because they didn't't obey, God "was very
angry" and told them again to return to the desert, and stay there until all of
them die, and until a new generation come up to fight against the Amorites and
other nations as well. But they were very sad for their disobedience, and said
they would go up to fight against the Amorites. But God had "changed His
decision" and told them not to fight, while He
"was not with them". Again they did
not obey, and
the Amorites killed a lot of them. After the defeat returned again to the desert
and passed through the places of Esau, and God "told" them not to attack but only
buy from them food and water.
In the book of Exodus chapter 16: 35, we read again. "And
the sons of Israel ate the manna forty years, they ate the manna until they came
to the borders of the land of Canaan." We read also the same thing in the book
of Joshua chapter 5, 10- 12, when Moses was dead.
writings reveal the low, and especially the satanic spiritual level of the writers:
approach to fight it, (nation) you shall offer terms of peace. And it shall come
about, if it agrees to make peace with you and opens to you, and then it shall
be that all the people who are found in it shall become your forced labour and
shall serve you. However, if it does not make peace with you, but makes war
against you, then you shall besiege it. When the Lord God gives it into your
hand, you shall strike all the men in it with the edge of the sword. Only the
women and the children and the animals and all that is in the city, all its
spoil, you shall take as booty for yourself; and you shall use the spoil of your
enemies which the Lord your God has given to you. Thus you shall do to all the
cities that are very far from you, which are not of the cities of these nations
Only in the cities of these peoples that the Lord your God is giving you
as an inheritance, you shall not leave alive anything that breathes. But you
shall utterly destroy them, the Hittite, and the Amorite, the Canaanite and the
Prezzie, the Hivite and the Jebusite, as the Lord your God has commanded you...
In order that they may not teach you to do according to
all their detestable things which they have done for their gods, so you would
sin against the Lord your God. Deuteronomy 20:10, 18.
So they say, if they agree to make peace
with you, then you will enslave them, if not you will kill all the male, and
keep the women and female children for yourself. Obviously they were obedient to
the voice of Satan, while said were obedient to the
orders of the Holy Father instead. Well of course, catholic phenomenon, while
not only the Jews, but all tribes and nations at that time were thinking
the same way, and had similar pursuits. To enslave the others, to take their
wealth and rape their women. Satanic behaviour that passes in the Bible as Word
of the Lord.
But, then it says, you shall kill every single one, man, woman, and
baby that lives into those cities, which you are going to inherit. Why?
Not to teach you to act
according to all their "detestable things"? Not exactly. Simply, the
reason was, not to
be raised a
new generation of those people, who would claim the land as their fathers
and mothers land! So, we have genocide that is presented as the Word of the Holy Lord.
also useful reading some more parts of the book. chapters 2 and 3.
"So I sent messengers from the wilderness of Kedemoth to
Siphon king of Heshbon with words of peace, saying; "Let me pass through your
land, I will travel on the highway; I will not turn to the left or to the right.
You will sell me food for money so I may eat, and give me water for money so
I may drink, only let me pass through on foot."
"And the sons of Israel ate the manna forty years; they ate
the manna until they came to the borders of the land of Canaan".
Exodus 16: 35
According to them, this happened 38 years
after the first defeat. But the king did"t listen because God "had hardened" his heart,
and God "said" to me, I have begun to deliver
Siphon and his land over to you.
Begin to occupy, that you may posses his land. "So we captured all the
cities at that time, and utterly destroyed the men, the women and the
children of every city. We left no survivors."
At the chapter 3 we read.
" Then we turned and went up the road to Bashan and
king of Bashan, and all his people came out to meet us in battle at Erie. So
God delivered Go also, king of Bashan, with all his people into our hand, and we
smote them until no survivor was left. And we captured all the cities at that
time; there was not a city, which we didn't take from them; sixty cities; all
these were cities fortified with high walls, gates and bars, besides a great
many un-walled towns. And we utterly destroyed them, as we did to Siphon king of
Highborn, utterly destroying the men, women and children of every city. But all
the animals and the spoil of the cities we took them as our booty."
They do not mention
here about "cursed plunders",
as in book of Joshua did, but wherever they passed, did not
leave anyone alive, and after they captured so many
cities and hundreds of thousands of animals, and so much wealth, they had
not anything to eat, and so ate manna until they crossed the Jordan
River, when Moses was dead! Suppose that Moses was saying all these words, and
so he was talking about recent facts, after the 38 years of wandering in the
desert, and after the first defeat, which means it was almost 40 years, and
although he was talking about "at that time", far away time, and he also
mentioned about the bed of king Go, who was the last of the giants, and his bed
was made of steel, and still was at the city Raba of the sons of Amman. Who
can find an exit out of this labyrinth?
Well, let us see about the exit! At the first unsuccessful
attack, they present Moses as saying, "God was going ahead to find suitable
places for them to camp", and while they did not obey, God was "very angry"
and sent them back into the desert. Well, it means God did
not know they would not
obey Him, Lord realized on the way, and was going ahead to find suitable places
for them to camp in, but in vain, because they did not obey, and therefore God
was mistaken! In another words, God was "deceived", He thought they would
obey, but was wrong!! Did they write about God, or about some
one of their commander to whom
the name was god? We see the same phenomenon everywhere, often
we read that God repented, namely Lord made mistakes,
big and bad mistakes that could have been avoided even from some psychologist.
And while God "was going ahead" as if the Creator of
the universe and of the human brain was a human commander or a spy, Moses was spying on the enemy, and elsewhere he
"told" them to
carry one small shovel to cover their excrements, because they said, God was
walking on the camp to find way for them. Are these writings, the writings of
the Prophet Moses who heard the voice of God? Not of course.
Those who walked and step on the excrements, were the
rich leaders, when visiting the camps centuries after Moses,
and alas if we believe these kinds of nonsense about God. But who would
contradict them? They wrote according their ignorance, and
according their interests, and perceptions, and of course Moses had nothing to do with all this. But as
he was not present, they could write anything about him,
however even if he was present, they would
crucify him too. And they did it by their writing, because instead of a saint and a
present him as the most petrified felon, who spoke
about genocides and slaughters of children with such comfort you might expect
someone was talking about rabbits. Well, even if we spoke about rabbits,
we should at least feel some shame saying we killed the rabbits and their babies in this way.
But those people spoke about slaughters of babies and mothers, by a crudeness and an
unscrupulousness that could shock even the best known felons.
We killed them all they said, we did not let anyone survive,
we killed all men, all the women and all the children, and God
"told us" to do the
same thing to the others. We killed all the men, all the women, and all the boys
and babies many of them were nursing, and kept only the virgins for our selves.
And all these things they say occurred by God's
orders and by His Prophet! But who can digest all this, and who can accept that
the Creator of the universe, and the Creator of life, cooperates with unmerciful
and petrified felons? How could the pious Josiah not be frightened, and how
could he not tear his cloths, when he saw that these writings had nothing to do
with those that were hidden in the temple? Very correctly he said the fathers
did't obey to Moses writings,
and wrote about crimes that happened in the name of God and by His orders. These
are clearly satanic acts, the acts of the reptile mind, and woe to the man who
can see this horrible truth and hide it or continuously preach it as God's
In my ignorance, in my fear and confusion, I could say; I don't
know, God knows, and I try to wipe them from my memory, to uproot them from my
mind, not to remember them at all, and never ever read them again, but how can I
preach them or put them in my mouth as God's Word? The Lord said; "I came to
witness the truth", and Pilate asked; "what is the truth"? He
was looking the Truth in the eyes but did not recognize the Truth, He is the
Truth, whowever listens
to the teaching of our Lord hears the truth of God, and whoever has ears let him
hear, because God never apologizes, and will never declare
like a defendant saying, I
did't do something evil,
I did't say something untrue.
We know God through logic and justice, if we
are just and logical, we know our beloved Father, if we do really love the
others as fathers and mothers, if we love them as brothers and as sisters, we do
know the Lord through goodness and forgiveness, we know the Lord our God through
the words of our Lord Christ. God was not different before Lord Christ, God
doesn't't change, God is Omniscient and Perfect, those things that
change are human perceptions about God, and often these perceptions reflect and
express the various cunning interests of the rich and the dynast.
At chapter 5: 22 we read some words, which reveal a lot.
"These words the Lord spoke to all, and He added
Yes, God added no more, but unfortunately some others did
about the Lord, and about Moses. Let us see the 10 Commandments.
I Am the Lord your God, don't worship other gods but Me.
Don't make yourself or anyone else an idol, and don't
adore or worship whatever lives or exists in the sky, on the earth,
in the earth and in the waters of
Don't call falsely your Lord God.
Work six days, and on the seventh day have a Sabbath and
glorify your God.
Honour your father and Mother.
Don't commit adultery.
Don't bear false witness against anyone.
Don't wish what belongs to others.
I believe there was nothing more in the 10
Commandments; Moses was based on these commandments to write other laws as well
according the spirit of these God's Commandments. The main law that was written by
the holy inspired Prophet was this one.
Love God with all your heart and with all the strength of
your soul, and love others as you love yourself, and do to the others, what you
would like others to do to you, and
And, you will worship only the Lord your God, and only your
God you will adore.
This is God's
law, and our Lord Christ confirms it, and it is good enough to teach every pious
and good-intentioned person. But because a large number of people, are not pious or good-intentioned,
Moses had to write more specific and clearer laws that would not allow any
margin for hypocritical misunderstandings, and state clearly what is prohibited.
So Moses wrote some other laws, which we will try to separate
as much we can.
Do not make idols secretly, and don't worship them.
Do not talk badly to your parents.
Do not sleep with the wife of your father, nor with your
sister, your aunty, your mother in law and similar.
Do not have any sexual relation with animals.
Do not distort the words you hear from an alien or anyone.
Do not give false testimony and don't take gifts for that,
and remember that gifts turn the wise into blind men, and corrupt the judgment
of the just.
Always be just.
Do not strike anyone and especially do
not strike anyone
You will be cursed, if you take money or gifts for killing
play with the suffering of the others, and do
mislead the blind, but help him and take him on his way.
Do not lend to anyone and take interest.
When you lend to someone do
not go into his house to take
back your money, and do not take a pawn from the poor you lend to.
Do not be unfair to him who works for you, and at the end of
the day pay him his wages.
When you mow your farms and your vines, leave something for
the poor to find and eat.
Do not push your wife into prostitution, and money, which
comes from prostitution, is always unclean, and if your wife becomes a
prostitute you must divorce her.
If for some serious reasons you ca
not live with your wife,
you can divorce her and marry another.
Be truthful with others and do
not keep two pairs of scales,
keep only one that is true and accurate.
Offer one tenth of your grains and anything you produce to
the priests and for the poor, the alien, the widow, and the orphan.
These wise and humanitarian laws are certainly divine laws,
which Moses wrote them as he was
inspired Prophet of God. Maybe were also some later
suggestions of other Prophets. And all these laws except the divorce one are
according to the Lord's teachings. But we notice a lot of additions in these
laws that change the meaning, by leaving margin for hypocritical
misunderstandings, because they wanted to match their interests. For example, to
the Law of Moses; love the other, they added; and hate your enemy! They also
wrote that God hates the enemies of Israel, and wanted to take revenge and
destroy them. But as we understand the Israelites enemy is not also God's
enemy. On the law don't lend to another for taking interest, they changed "to
another" with "a brother", which cause confusion, while anyone would see
the law says; don't lend "to a brother" for taking interest, and they also
wrote you can however lend to an alien for taking interest, and as between "brother"
and "alien" there is a big gap it allows margins for any hypocritical
misunderstandings, and so they changed the law and adapted it to their
Namely it is the same thing they do today, and as we can see
they open windows in the law for their benefit and their escape. Now we all know
it is impossible for the usury to be protected by God's law, as it is in
opposition with Lord's teaching, and of course is not the only one, and
although they wrote you can lend to an alien for interest, but the alien for the
rich Israelite is not an alien to God, they are all children of man. Most of the
other laws are additions adapted to their interests, adapted also to the demands
of the fanatic priests, and also to the wars as well, while they demanded hate,
killing and pitiless revenge.
In chapter 23 is written it was prohibited for a "bastard"
coming into the synagogue, and also for anyone who had a cut on his sexual
organs. It was also prohibited for the Ammonites and Moab to enter until the
tenth generation, and for the descendants of Esau for three generations as well.
Now let us imagine, for a Chinese man or anyone who comes from any other country
and want to become a Christian, but according to Moses "writing" he cannot
come into the church, but only his grand, grand children would enter. Let us
imagine an innocent boy, whom they say is a "bastard" and of course is not
his fault at all, yet God "says" through His Prophet that it is prohibited
for him to enter the church! And after all this illogical and pitiless writing
that are full of hate and racism, we hear theologians saying; all are Moses
writings, that being written according the Will of God! We can also see the laws
are not written through logical lines, they jump from one area to another. It is
obvious they slipped their laws between Moses? ones.
For example, we read about the law that says, if two men
fight, and the wife of one tries to help her husband by grabbing the other by
the "genitals" they must cut off her hand and not have any mercy on her, and
the next one says, don't have two scales in your bag, and next; remember what
Amalek did to you, and you must take revenge and don't leave any Amalek alive.
We realize of course only the middle law is belonging to Moses, while, no one
would accept the others as expressing the Will of God. At chapter 24, we read
again about Moses? divorce law, next we read, whoever gets married must not go
to war for one year, and next; don't take the stone of the mill for pawn, and
then; whoever kidnaps a man and sells him must be punished by death, and then;
be careful of an infection of leprosy, and then; don't go into your neighbours
house to take his pledge. No logical man would mix up his thoughts so much, and
especially when he talks to a people who don't understand much and are easily
the additions in between are very noticeable. Moses? laws are very easy to be
recognised. The same laws also, whether Moses? or not, we find scattered in the
other books, and some of them that are not so important are written only in the
book of Deuteronomy. For example, if you marry a woman you shouldot go to the war for a year, do
not take the stone of the
mill, the woman should not dress like a man, and similar little laws are
written only in the book of Deuteronomy. And of course these laws reflect
posterior times and have nothing to do with the conditions of the desert.
So I ask again the same question. If only the book of
Deuteronomy was found in the temple, why then did king Josiah was so frightened?
Did they perhaps take the stone of the mill, or perhaps women
dressed in men's cloths, or perhaps they used to send newly married men to war? So it is
absolutely certain what they found in the temple were all or most of the
writings of Moses. But many of them were not matching with all of those that
were presented as Moses' writing.
That is why king Josiah was so upset.
Moses also had prophesised about the
sufferings of Israel that were about to suffer, and he
also about their scattering
in all the nations of the world, something impossible to be contradicted. But as
we realize the posterior writers did't understand anything, and they ended up writing God was walking in the
camp to find suitable places for them, and repented, and made mistakes and was
very angry, and all the rest. But let see some paradoxes that clearly blaspheme
God. We read in chapter 28, 63 in Deuteronomy.
" And it shall come about that as the Lord delighted
over you to prosper you, and multiply you, so the Lord will be delighted over
you to make you perish and destroy you."
These writings are not
matching at all with the great Prophet of
God, and certainly are not belonging to Moses. What Moses wrote was certainly
this. The Lord will be delighted over you to prosper you, but the sovereignty of
the snake will be delighted when he manages to destroy you. That was what about
Moses would write and what certainly he meant. So we
see clearly they have put their hands everywhere. Someone who is delighted over
the suffering of others is certainly a petrified sadist and much worse, and
misery to us if we say that God is delighted when His creatures are suffering
and perish. Only the reptile mind is delighted. I don't
want to say very harsh words, but what a misery, they ended
up writing that God would be delighted whenn disobedient
people destroyed!!! Any more words are useless. As I
showed in the subject of Joshua, the wars did't happen at that time, and the people who came out of Egypt were not
so many. God took them out from the slavery with His way, and God also brought
them in the land of Canaan peacefully.
peaceful first at the western banks of Jordan
River. The wars, according to my
belief, occurred at posterior times, when they were organized and
much more increased. Repeating again, the ancient Egyptian sources, which are
not so reliable, mentioned about a shepherd people who
invaded Egypt by thousands, and enslaved the Egyptians. The Egyptians called
them Yksos. Later were
defeated and enforced to go away. According the Egyptians the Yksos captured
Palestine and built Jerusalem and even the temple. Even the historian Josephus
was confused in his time while he thought that those people were the same ones
who came out with Moses, although the Egyptians said, the Yksos were not the
The Egyptians also said those people who came
out with Moses were leprous, but certainly they were not leprous but slaves.
Pharaoh had been obligated to liberate them by the
known way. They also said that Moses name was Osarshiph, and was a priest of
Osiris. But certainly his first name was Moses, while it meant someone who came out of the water, (baptised) and it is
according the known story. The name Osarshiph was rather a second name given to
him by the Egyptians, or it was a title of the high priest. It is rather
correct, while Moses grew up as an Egyptian prince; then maybe (it
is possible) he was for some years a bishop at Heliopolis. This does't undervalue him at all, while it was
natural to worship false gods before God's revelation.
But we don't
know if Moses wrote his story, while other writers put their hands everywhere,
and probably took out his story. Maybe they thought it would be disadvantageous
for their nation and for Moses to have previously been a priest of false gods,
while they didn't''t think it was
disadvantageous to present him as pitiless killer, and burden him with a lot of
crimes. It seems to me, the wars
took place at various times, and some slaughters may have
happened at Moses' time but not by the
slaves. Rather the Yksos were responsible for those crimes.
Later the Yksos were mixed up with the Israelites and took the same name. It is also a
very obvious, while at the war of Joshua they wrote about "cursed plunders",
which reflects the time of the greedy rich rulers, while at the wars that were
adapted to Moses, the plunders were not cursed,
because were based on rumours, and so the rich rulers had nothing to do with them.
Many wars, many traditions and various people have been
mixed up together, but one
thing is absolute sure, at least for me, the Prophet Moses had nothing to do with genocides and
slaughters of children. Moses was the holy inspired Prophet, and
whatever he did, said or wrote was according the Will of God. Time will
come and truth will shine.
contradictory writings of the Deuteronomy, (and the
other books as well) we distinguish of course a lot of words that belong to
Moses. Moses words were usually prophecies,
laws, admonitions and warnings, but
they are mixed up with additions and traditional
perceptions. For example, those writings at the chapter 11, most of them
belong to Moses. At the chapters 12, and 13, and at all the
other chapters as well,
we distinguish words belonging to Moses.
Other parts are authentic or
correct, other falsified, and other mixed up with various perceptions. In chapter 11, is written that Moses mentioned about a plain of
Canaan that was opposite Gilgar, namely he mentioned the place Gilgar. But
according the writings in the book of Joshua, that place was called Gilgar after
the death of Moses, and after they did circumcision. Final,
it is good to remember that Moses was the
great Prophet of God. so whatever he did, wrote or taught was according the
Will of God, and therefore, whatever writings appear as his
writings, if they contradict Lord Christ and His
teaching, obviously they don't
come from God, and therefore are not belonging to Moses.