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    Default Is Jehovah an E.T. (Extraterrestrial)? By Dorothy Leon

    I came across this book some years back and got it on my Kindle. I've taken excerpts from the book which I will post on this thread in sequence...

    When you read it, which is passages from the bible itself (evidence) you will see for yourself and make up your mind.

    This thread (book) might shock some believers, if you can't take it, drop it. Leave and don't read it. But then again, everything the book dishes out is from the bible. The author asks questions and gives suggestions.. Sometimes her opinions get in the way, which I will bracket, but the main thing is sticking to the bible passages....
    When one loses the deep intimate relationship with nature, then temples, mosques and churches become important.
    .........Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    "The ancient pronunciation was approximately Yahweh which, because of the lack of vowels in the Hebrew alphabet, was spelled with the letters corresponding to YHWH.
    Later a system of written vowels evolved. . . . Writers put the vowels of the word for Lord (Adonai) around the consonants of the divine name. Early Christians read the word as it was written. Out of this blunder came the name Jehovah.

    Jehovah? Whoever he was, he was not the Highest God, for the Bible assures us that the "True God" does not "tempt" man; that Lucifer is the "adversary/tempter. The Bible also indicates that Jehovah and Satan are one and the same. Jehovah acted surprised to learn about the "Tower of Babel" rebellion, but again, this may have been one of his ploys.

    Jehovah did not claim to be the only "god." Others, such as "Adrammelech, Anammelech, Ashima, Ashtarath, Asshur, Ba'al, Ba'alim, Ba'alzebub, Chemosh, Dagon, Milcom, Moloch, Nergal, Nibhaz, Succoth-benoth, and Tartak, are mentioned throughout the Bible. These various tribal "gods" even had technological contests to see who could send down the most powerful "fire from heaven".

    To distinguish himself from other gods, some of which were in the form of idols, Jehovah called himself the "Living God", although many of the others were also living beings. Some were in "heaven", while others were on earth. The Bible makes it clear that mankind expected the "gods" to come down to earth "in the likeness of men." Due to stiff competition from these "other gods," Jehovah was quite "jealous." lie warned Moses: "Thou shalt have no other 'gods' before me . . . thou shalt not revile the 'gods;' he that sacrificeth unto any 'god,' save unto the Lord only, he shall be utterly destroyed."
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    .........Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    When he appeared to Abraham, making a "covenant" and promising to be a "god" to Abraham's "seed", he did not agree to the "god" of other nations. Each tribal "god" was assigned a different area for their "inheritance". Moses explained this to the Hebrews, saying: "Remember the days of old . . . when the Most High [not Jehovah, but a higher God] divided to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the sons of Adam, he set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel. For the Lord's [Jehovah's] portion is his people; Jacob is the lot of his inheritance." (The Hebrews were later called "Israelites", meaning "warriors", then "Jews".)

    Abraham's name, "Abram," was changed to "A-braham," since the Hindus called each of their initiates, a "brahmin." He was blessed in the "Valley of Shaveh," which may have represented "Shiva," the third member of the Hindu Trinity: BhahmaNishnulShiva.

    In the ancient pre-Vedic teachings of India, before Brahminism, the "Unknown God" was termed "Brahma;" in the pre-Menes and Osirian Hermetic teachings, this Force was called "Divine Mind;" the Freemasons called God "First Cause;" the pre-Mosaic oriental Gnostics used the term "Nameless One;" the Kabala referred to our Divine Source as "Ain Soph;" and Jesus called God the "Father that dwelleth within."

    David said: "God [Jehovah] standeth in the congregation of the mighty; he judgeth among the 'gods," indicating that he is but one of the judges. But Jesus said the "Father Within" did not judge,
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    .........Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    The Old Testament refers to a higher Lord who served as Jehovah's "redeemer," saying: "Thus saith the Lord, the King of Israel, and his redeemer the LORD of hosts ... I [Jehovah] will proclaim the name of the LORD [Unknown God] before thee. "

    This hierarchy of different Gods is also indicated in the scriptures: "There am I; and now the Lord God, and his Spirit, hath sent me.... The Lord [Jehovah] descended in the cloud, and stood with him [Moses] there, and proclaimed the name of the [Unknown] LORD."

    His anger.
    David sang about Jehovah: "Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; thou shalt dash them to pieces like a potter's vessel."
    When Moses sang praises to Jehovah, he declared: "The Lord is a Man of War;" in Job we read: "The glory of his nostrils is terrible... He swalloweth the ground with fierceness and rage. He saith among the trumpets, ha, ha; and he smelleth the battle afar off, the thunder of the captains, and the shouting." "Ha ha?"

    In addition to being war-like he also seems to have been a bit sadistic, thoroughly enjoying the battles! Does this sound like the same being that is referred to in the New Testament as the merciful "God of Love?" Hardly!


    Jehovah is also described as a "consuming, devouring, refiner's fire," who travels inside a "fiery throne" (spacecraft), allowing the brightness to shine around him as "glory. ,
    The Old Testament describes his technology: "For the Lord God is a sun and a shield.... The Lord shall cause His powerful voice to be heard and shall show the fire with the flame of a devouring fire; hailstones and coals of fire." When Moses was with this high-tech space "god,"Jehovah, for forty days on Mt. Sinai, his face shone with this "glory," causing him to cover it with a "veil."

    Was this "glory" or radiation?
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    .........Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    During his absence, the Hebrews had been enslaved in Egypt for four-hundred-thirty years. When he finally returned to hear their "cries," he helped Moses free them. In the seventh century BC, another space "god," a bearded, human-like figure, Ahura Mazda, appeared to Zoroaster in a round flying vehicle that had two jutting landing legs. Jehovah instructed the Hebrew prophets from Joshua to Malachi until around 450 BC, then seems to have disappeared again until the birth of Jesus.

    The "Star of Bethlehem" (a spacecraft, a "Seraphic Transport," or an ethereal "Merkaba Vehicle") appeared the night Jesus was born then "went before the wisemen" and spoke to the shepherds. During the life of Jesus, a great deal of technology manifested--either mechanical or etheric--including his virgin birth (artificial insemination?); the "voice" and the light "descending like a dove" at his baptism (a hologram?); the craft that moved him around in the "wilderness" (teleportation?); the "transfiguration" in which the ascended beings, Moses and Elijah appeared, then allowed Jesus and the disciples to "enter into the cloud" (spacecraft?) and at his ascension when he was "taken up" into "a cloud" (beamed up into the craft?). Technology may also have been present in the blinding light at Paul's conversion.

    Jehovah's next direct contact may have been around 600 AD when Mohammed was visited by Archangel Gabriel. Perhaps at that time he had given up on both the Jews and the Christians, hence an Islamic Dome of the Rock is situated on the hill of Moriah. Another "close encounter" came in 1820 AD to Joseph Smith, who found and translated The Mormon, of Book an ancient set of golden plates upon which was inscribed the history of the lost tribe of Joseph, "whose branches run over the wall [ocean]."
    Unlike the other tribes who were given land in "Canaan," Joseph's inheritance extended to "the utmost bound of the everlasting hills [America]." Both the Koran and The Book of Mormon refer to "God" as the "God of Moses," hence he was Jehovah.
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    .........Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    ................... but it was also a land that could produce meat for him and his "host" of astronauts, who were no doubt tired of eating "manna." Perhaps this is why their human followers were called "servants of Jehovah" and why Jehovah "had no respect" for Cain's vegetable sacrifice. Even today cattle are often taken or mutilated by spacecraft, but they don't seem to bother gardens or orchards!
    According to the prophet Isaiah, the "gods" have an appetite for "fat things full of marrow and well-refined wine."

    The gruesome practice of sacrifice is mentioned at the very beginning of the Old Testament when Cain, "a tiller of the ground," brought "the fruit of the ground as an offering," while Abel, "a keeper of sheep," brought "the firstlings of his flock and the fat thereof.

    From then on sacrificing animals became the norm. It was believed that "without the shedding of blood there is no redemption from sins.

    After the flood, Noah sacrificed "beasts," and when Jehovah "smelled the sweet savor" he vowed not to again curse the ground."
    Why curse the ground that feeds you?

    Jehovah later instructed Abraham to sacrifice a three-year old heifer, a three-year old she goat, a three-year old ram, a turtledove and a young pigeon. After Abraham had done so, "a smoking furnace and a burning lamp passed between those pieces." --> (The meat was beamed up) and the astronauts enjoyed a feast! And what a feast that would be! One cow, one goat, one ram and two birds!
    Why else were they so particular about Abraham's use of young, tender animals?
    When one loses the deep intimate relationship with nature, then temples, mosques and churches become important.
    .........Jiddu Krishnamurti

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