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2nd May '18 6:03:22 PM Malady
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** That means, Satan is to God where [[CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep is to Azathoth]].

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** That means, Satan is to God where [[CthulhuMythos [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep is to Azathoth]].



* Uranus and Neptune are unclear. Uranus is an obscure angel/demon, due to it being near-impossible to see with the naked eye. Neptune isn't an angel or demon at all, but [[CthulhuMythos an Elder God.]]

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* Uranus and Neptune are unclear. Uranus is an obscure angel/demon, due to it being near-impossible to see with the naked eye. Neptune isn't an angel or demon at all, but [[CthulhuMythos [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos an Elder God.]]
26th Apr '18 5:17:34 PM TheBlueHour
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* If this is the case then why did He always say that he did the will of his father?



** Jossed: [[EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory There was only one Jesus]].

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** * Jossed: [[EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory There was only one Jesus]].



* That's why it tries to kill me in [[Franchise/SuperMarioBrothers Mario 3]]!

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* That's why it tries to kill me you in [[Franchise/SuperMarioBrothers Mario 3]]!
25th Apr '18 1:22:43 AM justanid
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It is possible El husband of Athirat and Elyon Most High Creator of all are not the same thing as Canaanites listed them separately. Likely Elyon (a name of God in the Bible) appointed El and Athirat/Astarte over Berut (the first city) to help people. El's three sons Baal-Hadad, Yam and Mot, regularly competed to be "king of the gods" and were known trouble makers, unjust gods (Psalm 82). Secondly, the Israelites in Exodus and Kings invoked YHWH's wrath by making calf idols but in Canaanite myth the calf of El, Atik, was another trouble maker slain by the goddess of war Anat (who was known for [[GodIsFlawed accidental murder and droughts]]).

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It is possible El husband of Athirat (god) and Elyon Most High Creator of all (highest god) are not the same thing as Canaanites listed them separately. Likely Elyon (a name of God in the Bible) appointed El and Athirat/Astarte Athirat/Asherah over Berut Beirut (the first city) to help people. El's three sons Baal-Hadad, Yam --Baal-Hadad, Yam, and Mot, Mot-- regularly competed to be "king of the gods" and were known trouble makers, unjust gods (Psalm 82). Secondly, the Israelites Israelis in Exodus and Kings invoked YHWH's wrath by making calf idols but in Canaanite myth the calf of El, El. Atik, was another trouble maker slain by the goddess of war Anat (who was known for [[GodIsFlawed accidental murder and droughts]]).



YHWH, fed up with the antics of its siblings, decided to serve the Israelite's in place of Atik and eventually the entire world after all other gods had been eliminated. YHWH got more powerful as it took on attributes of other gods it defeated until it was seemingly omnipotent. The only thing standing in the way of absolute victory was Elyon, whose name YHWH had already taken but when it took on Elyon for real it found itself just as powerless as Anat and Baal-Hadad were when they did. Even after expanding to the point of being present everywhere and everything (Jeremiah 23) YHWH still could not comprehend Elyon who transcends all creation. Elyon then pointed out to YHWH that despite its efforts to be the perfect god it still could not make Hebrews or anyone else live up to its standards and its angels were [[{{Satan}} just as bad]] [[FallenAngel as the old gods]]. Remorseful, YHWH gave itself up to Elyon completely and Elyon had it atone for its mistakes by living a human life, promoting brotherly love and suffering a brutal death.

The word YWHW has several possible meanings, one of which is "self existent". Jesus going from Aramaic to Hebrew can be rendered, Yahushua, roughly "self existent savior". YHWH became one with Elyon as it was before Elyon created anything. Elyon was always self existent and YHWH was only a part of Elyon allowed to temporarily exist separately to show that nothing is perfect without fully knowing and being him, [[PiecesOfGod even a part of himself]]. Through YHWH and Mary, Yahushua/Yehoshua became Elyon's incarnate son. This is why the demon in Mark called Jesus "Son of The Most High!" and expected destruction, YHWH's previous MO but now having known the Most High father Yahushua cared more for salvation than destruction (Luke 9). Those who believe in the self existent savior will find a better life than this world the unjust gods (and YHWH) ruined and those that do not will die (the price of sin). None who disbelieve in the son of The Most High will be able to escape Abbadon, Sheol or the outer darkness where they end up according to Elyon's judgment and shall dwell there forever. But Elyon does not forget anything even if it goes to the place of death or the place of destruction destruction (Proverbs 15:11). Elyon will swallow up death (Isaiah 25) and those in death will find new life with with the Father and his son after they have paid their sin debt. That which is destroyed will be remade and light will come to the darkness, [[HappilyEverAfter that is the world to come.]]

Balaam Ben Beor, ''son of the opening swallower of people'', was prevented by Elyon cursing Israel and then his enemies were allowed to kill him in battle since he was going to accept a bribe from people rebelling against YHWH. But keep in mind it is Elyon which Balaam laments to and the meaning of his name is especially important. Paul also restates how death will be swallowed in Corinthians. The repeated imagery is a call back to the Semitic god of death Mot who killed things by swallowing them, often whole. The swallowing is not just salvation from death, it is making an example of Mot who was possibly the most unjust god of all. The method of resurrection prior to this ultimate end of death is also recognition to the Semite religion. The Elohim were not immortal in the truest since but escaped death through resurrection. They could even add mortals to their ranks this way, giving them life in new bodies. Athirat created the god Eshmun this way [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty against his will]] and many gods offered this to the hero Aqhat who died for his refusal. Aqhat's death could be what inspired YHWH to take down the Elohim in the first place, Jesus offering it again is [[BookEnds coming full circle]]. It is optional this time and free of the lustful motivations that caused the whole mess.

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YHWH, fed up with the antics of its siblings, decided to serve the Israelite's Israelis in place of Atik and eventually the entire world after all other gods had been eliminated. YHWH got more powerful as it took on attributes of other gods it defeated until it was seemingly omnipotent. The only thing standing in the way of absolute victory was Elyon, whose name YHWH had already taken taken, but when it took on Elyon for real it found itself just as powerless as Anat and Baal-Hadad were when they did. Even after expanding to the point of being present everywhere and everything (Jeremiah 23) YHWH still could not comprehend Elyon who transcends all creation. Elyon then pointed out to YHWH that despite its efforts to be the perfect god it still could not make Hebrews Israelis or anyone else live up to its standards and its angels were [[{{Satan}} just as bad]] [[FallenAngel as the old gods]]. Remorseful, YHWH gave itself up to Elyon completely and Elyon had it atone for its mistakes by living a human life, promoting brotherly love and suffering a brutal death.

The word YWHW has several possible meanings, one of which is "self existent". Jesus going from Aramaic to Hebrew can be rendered, Yahushua, roughly "self existent savior". YHWH became one with Elyon as it was before Elyon created anything. Elyon was always self existent and YHWH was only a part of Elyon allowed to temporarily exist separately to show that nothing is perfect without fully knowing and being him, [[PiecesOfGod even a part of himself]]. Through YHWH and Mary, Yahushua/Yehoshua became Elyon's incarnate son. This is why the demon in Mark called Jesus "Son of The Most High!" and expected destruction, YHWH's previous MO but now having known the Most High father Yahushua cared more for salvation than destruction (Luke 9). Those who believe in the self existent savior will find a better life than this world the unjust gods (and YHWH) ruined and those that do not will die (the price of sin). None who disbelieve in the son of The Most High will be able to escape Abbadon, Sheol or the outer darkness where they end up according to Elyon's judgment and shall dwell there forever. But Elyon does not forget anything even if it goes to the place of death or the place of destruction destruction (Proverbs 15:11). Elyon will swallow up death (Isaiah 25) and those in death will find new life with with the Father and his son after they have paid their sin debt. That which is destroyed will be remade and light will come to the darkness, [[HappilyEverAfter that is the world to come.]]

come]].

Balaam Ben Beor, ''son of the opening swallower of people'', was prevented by Elyon cursing Israel and then his enemies were allowed to kill him in battle since he was going to accept a bribe from people rebelling against YHWH. But keep in mind it is Elyon which Balaam laments to and the meaning of his name is especially important. Paul also restates how death will be swallowed in Corinthians.1 Corinthians 15. The repeated imagery is a call back to the Semitic god of death Mot who killed things by swallowing them, often whole. The swallowing is not just salvation from death, it is making an example of Mot who was possibly the most unjust god of all. The method of resurrection prior to this ultimate end of death is also recognition to the Semite religion. The Elohim were not immortal in the truest since but escaped death through resurrection. They could even add mortals to their ranks this way, giving them life in new bodies. Athirat Astarte created the god Eshmun this way [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty against his will]] and many gods offered this to the hero Aqhat who died for his refusal. Aqhat's death could be what inspired YHWH to take down the Elohim in the first place, Jesus offering it again is [[BookEnds coming full circle]]. It is optional this time and free of the lustful motivations that caused the whole mess.



The purpose of Abraham's blessing was to spread it throughout the entire world through his descendents. This is why Hebrews gives Jesus authority in the priesthood of Melchizedek. He is technically a descendent of Abraham and by paying for all sin with his death to resurrection YHWH was keeping his promise to bless the whole world through Abraham's descendents but in truth Abraham's descendents violated that pact, broke it. But the pact of Elyon will never be broken. This is why YHWH is inferior to Elyon despite being part of Elyon, the son did not know the entirety of the father. (Matthew 24:36)

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The purpose of Abraham's blessing was to spread it throughout the entire world through his descendents. This is why Hebrews gives Jesus authority in the priesthood of Melchizedek. He is technically a descendent of Abraham and by paying for all sin with his death to resurrection YHWH was keeping his promise to bless the whole world through Abraham's descendents but in truth Abraham's descendents violated that pact, broke it. But the pact of Elyon will never be broken. This is why YHWH is inferior to Elyon despite being part of Elyon, the son did not know the entirety of the father. father (Matthew 24:36)
24:36).





In the beginning, the gods came the Heavens and the Earth, and all the animals that lived upon it, including man already formed. The gods, after some strife, divided the earth up amongst themselves,creating different pantheons in different parts of the globe.Chief of the gods who took the Levant was Elyon, the most high, and King of the Pantheon, he was the one that spoke to Adam and Eve in the garden, and the one that cast them out after they ate the forbidden fruit. Yahweh was simply a god of war and battle, one of the more minor gods of the pantheon.

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\nIn the beginning, the gods came the Heavens and the Earth, and all the animals that lived upon it, including man already formed. The gods, after some strife, divided the earth up amongst themselves,creating different pantheons in different parts of the globe.Chief The chief of the gods who took the Levant was Elyon, the most high, and King of the Pantheon, he was the one that spoke to Adam and Eve in the garden, and the one that cast them out after they ate the forbidden fruit. Yahweh was simply a god of war and battle, one of the more minor gods of the pantheon.



Eventually, the Hebrews were taken into captivity in Egypt, and Yahweh, grown powerful from the killing of the rest of his pantheon, was the one who fought and humbled the Egyptian Pantheon, freeing the Jews and leading them back into Israel.He then ran into some new competition, the Canaanite gods, Baal, Asherah, and others, he convinced the Israelites to wage war on these gods and their followers, in order to remove them as competition for worship and praise, weakening them enough so he could slay them as well. Eventually, after wiping out all the gods of the Canaanites and the Phillistines, (his defeat of Dagon is recorded in the Book of Numbers), Yahweh settled into the position of Israel's one god.

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Eventually, the Hebrews were taken into captivity in Egypt, and Yahweh, grown powerful from the killing of the rest of his pantheon, was the one who fought and humbled the Egyptian Pantheon, freeing the Jews and leading them back into Israel. He then ran into some new competition, the Canaanite gods, Baal, Asherah, and others, he convinced the Israelites to wage war on these gods and their followers, in order to remove them as competition for worship and praise, weakening them enough so he could slay them as well. Eventually, after wiping out all the gods of the Canaanites and the Phillistines, (his defeat of Dagon is recorded in the Book of Numbers), Yahweh settled into the position of Israel's one god.


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24th Apr '18 5:37:47 PM justanid
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* It's WordOfDante that they ever were an angel. The [[Myth/HebrewMythology Canaanite]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal_Cycle version]] has [[{{Bifauxnen}} Astar]]/[[TheLadette Astarte]] (god/ess of the morning/evening stars, the ''planet'' Venus) trying to take over the throne of Baal Hadad while he was faking his death to escape [[EnemiesWithDeath Death]]. What happened after varies by the source and tends to escalate over time: from the other gods's mild disappointment at Astarte not matching Baal's stature, to her getting kicked off of Baal's mountain palace by him upon his return, to her being violently cast out of Heaven by Elohim so hard they left an ImpactSilhouette in the Earth on their way to TheUnderworld, etc. etc.

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* It's WordOfDante that they ever were an angel. The [[Myth/HebrewMythology Canaanite]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal_Cycle version]] has [[{{Bifauxnen}} [[ViewerGenderConfusion Astar]]/[[TheLadette Astarte]] (god/ess of the morning/evening stars, the ''planet'' Venus) trying to take over the throne of Baal Hadad while he was faking his death to escape [[EnemiesWithDeath Death]]. What happened after varies by the source and tends to escalate over time: from the other gods's mild disappointment at Astarte not matching Baal's stature, to her getting kicked off of Baal's mountain palace by him upon his return, to her being violently cast out of Heaven by Elohim so hard they she left an ImpactSilhouette in the Earth on their way to TheUnderworld, etc. etc.
24th Apr '18 5:13:43 PM justanid
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* It's WordOfDante that they ever were an angel. The [[Myth/HebrewMythology Canaanite]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal_Cycle version]] has [[{{Bifauxnen}} Astar]]/[[TheLadette Astarte]] (god/ess of the morning/evening stars, the ''planet'' Venus) trying to take over the throne of Baal Hadad while he was faking his death to escape [[EnemiesWithDeath Death]]. What happened after varies by the source and tends to escalates over time: from the other gods's mild disappointment at Astarte not matching Baal's stature, to her getting kicked off of Baal's mountain palace by him upon his return, to her being violently cast out of Heaven by Elohim so hard they left an ImpactSilhouette in the Earth on their way to TheUnderworld, etc. etc.

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* It's WordOfDante that they ever were an angel. The [[Myth/HebrewMythology Canaanite]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal_Cycle version]] has [[{{Bifauxnen}} Astar]]/[[TheLadette Astarte]] (god/ess of the morning/evening stars, the ''planet'' Venus) trying to take over the throne of Baal Hadad while he was faking his death to escape [[EnemiesWithDeath Death]]. What happened after varies by the source and tends to escalates escalate over time: from the other gods's mild disappointment at Astarte not matching Baal's stature, to her getting kicked off of Baal's mountain palace by him upon his return, to her being violently cast out of Heaven by Elohim so hard they left an ImpactSilhouette in the Earth on their way to TheUnderworld, etc. etc.
24th Apr '18 5:07:53 PM justanid
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** In [[http://www.newadvent.org/bible/mat016.htm#vrs16 Matthew 16:16-19]] when Jesus asked who the apostles thought He was, Simon said that He is the Christ. Jesus told Simon that he was to be known as Peter, meaning rock, and would build His Church upon him, giving him the keys to the kingdom. In [[http://www.newadvent.org/bible/joh021.htm John 21:15-17), Jesus says to Peter that he must feed His lambs, meaning lead, be the shepherd of the Church. The word pope comes from the Greek word "papas" which means father, or leader of the family. Pope St. Clement I, Peter's 3rd successor (the 4th pope) stated in his [[http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/1010.htm Epistle to the Corinthians]] that Peter and the apostles chose successors. This was written about 80 A.D. (C.E.). Jesus may not have used the term "pope" directly, at least not that we know of, but He did choose a leader, and expected that leadership to continue.

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** In [[http://www.newadvent.org/bible/mat016.htm#vrs16 Matthew 16:16-19]] when Jesus asked who the apostles thought He was, Simon said that He is the Christ. Jesus told Simon that he was to be known as Peter, meaning rock, and would build His Church upon him, giving him the keys to the kingdom. In [[http://www.newadvent.org/bible/joh021.htm John 21:15-17), 21:15-17]]), Jesus says to Peter that he must feed His lambs, meaning lead, be the shepherd of the Church. The word pope comes from the Greek word "papas" which means father, or leader of the family. Pope St. Clement I, Peter's 3rd successor (the 4th pope) stated in his [[http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/1010.htm Epistle to the Corinthians]] that Peter and the apostles chose successors. This was written about 80 A.D. (C.E.). Jesus may not have used the term "pope" directly, at least not that we know of, but He did choose a leader, and expected that leadership to continue.



[[WMG: The story of Chelm [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fool-of-Chelm#Chelm]] is the final testament of the Bible]]

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[[WMG: The story of Chelm [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fool-of-Chelm#Chelm]] org/wiki/Fool-of-Chelm#Chelm Chelm]] is the final testament of the Bible]]



* Actually, God has been trying to hint to us how dumb we are for millennia, not only with the story of Chelm, but also by giving us multiple, contradictory, and untrue stories about the ultimate meaning of life (called religions) and...oh, the time he dropped that guy with at least half a shred of intelligence into our midst as an April Fools Day joke [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_James_Sidis]]

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* Actually, God has been trying to hint to us how dumb we are for millennia, not only with the story of Chelm, but also by giving us multiple, contradictory, and untrue stories about the ultimate meaning of life (called religions) and...oh, the time he dropped that guy with at least half a shred of intelligence into our midst as an April Fools Day joke [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_James_Sidis]]
org/wiki/William_James_Sidis that guy]] with at least half a shred of intelligence into our midst as an April Fools Day joke.




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* It's WordOfDante that they ever were an angel. The [[Myth/HebrewMythology Canaanite]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal_Cycle version]] has [[{{Bifauxnen}} Astar]]/[[TheLadette Astarte]] (god/ess of the morning/evening stars, the ''planet'' Venus) trying to take over the throne of Baal Hadad while he was faking his death to escape [[EnemiesWithDeath Death]]. What happened after varies by the source and tends to escalates over time: from the other gods's mild disappointment at Astarte not matching Baal's stature, to her getting kicked off of Baal's mountain palace by him upon his return, to her being violently cast out of Heaven by Elohim so hard they left an ImpactSilhouette in the Earth on their way to TheUnderworld, etc. etc.
13th Apr '18 4:06:48 PM superboy313
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The latter of whom being a primordial force of evil formed by God purging his being of all darkness and said darkness becoming sentient.

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The latter of whom being a primordial force of evil formed by God purging his being that has existed since the dawn of all darkness and said darkness becoming sentient.
creation.
17th Mar '18 7:40:32 PM superboy313
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The latter of whom being a primordial force of evil formed by God's cast off dark aspects.

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The latter of whom being a primordial force of evil formed by God's cast off dark aspects.
God purging his being of all darkness and said darkness becoming sentient.



[[WMG:Even if Satan made a HeelFaceTurn, [[RejectedApology God will send him to Hell anyways.]]]]

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[[WMG:Even [[WMG: Even if Satan made a HeelFaceTurn, [[RejectedApology God will send him to Hell anyways.]]]]


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[[WMG: {{Hell}} is the VoidBetweenTheWorlds.]]
It only makes sense for demons to dwell in such a place.
17th Mar '18 12:14:13 PM nombretomado
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* Jedi aren't celibate; they just can't get attached. At least according to [[WordOfGod George Lucas]]. Also, isn't resurrection a Sith power? That's sort of the whole point of ''RevengeOfTheSith''.

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* Jedi aren't celibate; they just can't get attached. At least according to [[WordOfGod George Lucas]]. Also, isn't resurrection a Sith power? That's sort of the whole point of ''RevengeOfTheSith''.''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''.
10th Feb '18 3:21:36 PM RoseAndHeather
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--> Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the LORD do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me.

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--> Intreat --->''Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the LORD do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me.
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