Pious fraud was a common technique employed by early Christian writers
to make a point. Their intention was to convert anyone and everyone by
any means available. One of the more persuasive methods was to write a
text and falsely tell others that it was written in first person. For
example, the four canonized gospel tales were not written by Matthew,
Mark, Luke or John. That has been a well known fact for about 200 years.
And to this day, no one knows who the gospel stories were written by.
These texts are perfect examples of pious fraud. Pious fraud is the
foundation of the deception known as Christianity and it continues to
During the first couple of centuries of the Common Era the early
Christian priest craft, which would eventually become the early Catholic
fathers, were in the process of assimilating religions from all over
Europe. Ultimately the new religion become known as the Christian
religion, or more accurately The Catholic Church. The Bible was put
together by hundreds of people who were either at the head of the fraud
or were pawns in its assembly. Once the original languages were
translated into Latin, it was only a matter of time before the original
language nuances could be discarded. Ever wonder why it was punishable
by death to read the Bible during the Middle Ages? Punishable by death
by the common folk to read it, that is. Well, the reason was that the
priest craft was well aware of the errors, inconsistencies and flat-out
lies that riddled the Bible. If the common man found out, it could have
been the death of the Church's authority, power and control over the
masses. And since the original languages are rarely, if ever, used by
those who read the Bible (well, those who actually READ it), the fraud
When a pious fraud is knowingly perpetuated in the name of power and
money, you have deception. Remember, 1700-2000 years ago, when these
texts were being assembled into a 'new testament', the vast majority of
humanity was illiterate. Science was not known. Demons rules the world.
Anything could be put forth and said to be 'absolute truth' when it was
in fact, completely fraudulent.
What is the implication of this? The implication is self-evident. The
story of Genesis, that Christian proselytizers love to advance (althou
it is part of the much older Jewish texts), is a complete and utter
forgery. In that story we are led to believe that there was a single god
who created the earth, etc. in 6 days. Not only has science proven the
timeline to be completely false, the religious aspect is a complete
fabrication. At the time that the Genesis story was supposed to have
been written the Hebrew people were not monotheistic. That's history.
They believed in many gods and Genesis proves it. The story actually
goes back to before the Hebrews were a distinct people-it is not Hebrew
Pious Fraud in Translation
Let's take a look at the very first words of the book of Genesis. Note
very carefully that the Hebrew culture, at the time of this writing, was
not monotheistic, but rather, polytheistic. Will your priest, minister
or preacher tell you that? No. But you can find out for yourself with a
The Hebrew word for God is el; the plural is elohim, gods. What is the
first sentence in the Bible?
"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth" (Gen. 1:1).
Here is Genesis 1:1 in Hebrew (transliterated into the Latin alphabet,
"Bereshith bara elohim," etc.,
"In-beginning created (the) gods (the) heavens and (the) earth."
In the same chapter the word "elohim" (gods) is used thirty times.,
Those gods are the ones who created the 'universe' in 6 days.
To clarify, here is the translation of the Hebrew text of Genesis 1.
Notice how Jewish and Christian 'fathers' don't bother to tell you what
the original text says. They would like you to believe that a single god
created everything. But, they messed up big time and actually translated
it properly. In plain English, the translation reads 'let us make man in
Here are three examples of the Hebrew plural gods mentioned in Genesis:
1. "And-said elohim (gods), let-US-make man (adam) in-image-OUR,
2. And when "adam" had eaten of the forbidden fruit of the tree of
knowledge, "the Lord God" said, "Behold, the-man has become like one of
US, to know good and evil" (3:27).
3. And when the Tower of Babel was being built: "The Lord [Heb. Yahveh]
said ... Come, let US go down," etc.
When speaking of the Hebrew deity, Yahveh, elohim, (gods) is used in the
Hebrew texts, The plural elohim is used 2570 times. It is always falsely
translated to the singular "God", thus falsely making us believe that
this text was written at a time when the Hebrew people were monothestic,
when it clearly is the case (written at least 2570 times, no less!) that
they WERE NOT.
In the three Genesis verses above, there are three different
designations of the Hebrew deity or deities: elohim, (gods), falsely
Lord God (Heb. Yahveh-elohim); and Lord (Heb. Yahveh). Yahveh is the
proper name of the Hebrew God, which, in English, is Jehovah.
Yahveh-elohim is a Hebrew "construct-form" which is translated to "Yahveh-of-the-gods."
Invariably these personal names were falsely translated "Lord" and "Lord
God," respectively, for purposes of pious fraud.
First Man, First Woman
There was no first man "Adam," according to the Hebrew text. The word
adam in Hebrew is a common noun, meaning man in a generic sense and in
Genesis 1:26, it states:
"And elohim (gods) said, Let us make adam (man)"; and so "elohim created
ha- adam (the-man); ... male and female created he them" (1: 27).
In the second creation story, where man is first made alone:
"Yahveh formed ha-adam (the-man) out of the dust of ha-adamah-the
Man is called in Hebrew adam because he was formed out of adamah, the
ground; just as in Latin man is called homo because he was formed from
humus, the ground. Early Christian father Lactantius stated it as 'homo
ex humo' ('man from the ground', or 'dust' as it commonly stated today).
The forging of the name Adam from the Hebrew noun adam into a mythical
proper name Adam, was after the so-called Exodus. The fraud in the
forging of fictitious genealogies from "in the beginning" to Father
And this wasn't done by Christians, but rather by early Hebrew priests.
Nonetheless, early Christians took this deception and used it for their
own newly forged religion.
Who has a Soul?
In Genesis 1 is the account of the creation of the elohim-gods-on the
fifth day, of "nephesh hayyah" which is "the moving creature that hath
life," and of "nephesh hayyah-every living creature" out of the waters
(1:20, 21); and on the sixth day of "nephesh hayyah-the living creature"
out of the ground (1:24); and he gave to ha-adam-the-man dominion over "kol
nephesh hagyah-everything wherein there is life," (1:30.)
The Hebrew text states that all animal living creatures are by God
called "nephesh hayyah," literally "living soul".
In Chapter 2 is the history of ha-adam made from ha-adamah; and, in
contrast to these lowly "living creatures" (nephesh hayyah),
Yahveh-clohim "breathed into his nostrils nishmath hayyim -- (living
breaths), and ha-adam became nephesh hayyah-a living soul". (2:7)
In Hebrew everywhere you read the word nephesh it simply means soul, and
hayyah (living) is the feminine singular adjective from hai, life.
In the original Hebrew texts, Man was created exactly the same as the
other animals. All had or were 'nephesh hayyah' or living souls.
Remember, tho, that the reason there are two creation stories is because
two culture's stories of creation were woven together by the early
Hebrew priest craft.
Unknown scribes, in translation, made animals merely creatures, and
"Creation's masterpiece, Man," became a "living soul." They falsely
altered these plain words so as to deceive us into believing a special
God-breathed soul is in man which is completely different from animal
that merely perishes to dust.
The implication of this is that someone has fraudulently decided that we
are a special creation that has a soul, and eliminated the actual words
of what Genesis says. Now all other animals don't have a soul. According
to the story, all things that live have a soul. So what happened here?
Forgery. That's what happened.
Chalk one up for vegetarians.
There Was No Continuous Hebrew Monotheistic Culture
When Yahveh appeared to Moses in the Burning Bush, and announced himself
as "the God of thy fathers," he was a total stranger to Moses. How do I
know? Read the account. It doesn't take a scholar to read where Moses
ASKS who's taking. No, Moses wasn't merely surprised at the voice…he
simply didn't know what was going on. (The fact that Moses is just a
rehash of the Egyptian Mises is another essay altogether. But for the
purposes of this essay, I'm pretending that Moses was a real person.)
Moses did not know this Yahveh, and had never heard of him. So that he
asked, "What is thy name?" -so that he could report it to the people
back home in Egypt, who had never heard it. After some intermission, the
God came directly to the point, and declared-here are the exact
words-one of the most notorious falsities in the Hebrew text:
"And elohim spake unto Moses, and said unto him., anoki Yahveh -- I am
"And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of
el-shaddai, but by my name Yahveh (JEHOVAH) was I not known to them."
(Ex. 6:2, 8.)
The Hebrew God for the first time since the world began, is "revealed"
to mankind the "ineffable name" of Yahveh, here first appearing in the
Bible translations, and there printed as JEHOVAH in capital letters; for
more vivid and awe-inspiring impression.
But this is a notorious lie-since we known that Moses did not write the
first five books of the Hebrew text.
In Genesis 2:4, the name YAHVEH first appears; "in the day that
Yahveh-elohim made the earth and the heavens." Its first recorded use as
a mystical personage, was when Eve "conceived, and bare Cain, and said,
I have gotten a man from Yahveh-the Lord." (Gen. 4:1.)
The personal name YAHVEH occurs in the Book of Genesis one hundred and
fifty-six times. It's spoken dozens of times by Abraham, Isaac, and
Jacob, as any one can read in Genesis. Every single time that the title
"the Lord" and "the Lord God" appears, it is a false translation by the
priests for the Hebrew personal name YAHVEH.
Throughout the Hebrew "scriptures" it occurs thousands of times: "The
sacred name occurs in Genesis ~156 times; and is found in the Old
Testament approximately 6000 times, either alone or in along with
another Divine name."
More exactly, the Tetragrammaton (YHVH), appears in the Old Testament
6823 times as the proper name of God as the God of Israel. As such it
serves to distinguish him from the gods of the other nations." Thus was
the Hebrew tribal god YAHVEH distinguished from Bel, and Chemosh, and
Dagon, and Shamash, and the dozens of "gods of the nations". Just as
James would distinguish his name from Rudolph, or Cary, this was
precisely the Hebrew usage-to distinguish one heathen god from another.
And this the pious translators, foisting their fraud on us, sought to
hide, giving names to all the "other gods," but suppressing a name for
the Hebrew deity, who as "the Lord," or "the Lord God," was high and
unique, "a god above all gods," -the one and only true God-thru the use
of a tetragrammaton.
But yet a more malicious and evil-intentioned deception, 6828 times, is
the name of the Hebrew God concealed by false rendition for the
deliberate purpose of forging the whole Hebrew texts, as translated,
into a semblance of harmony with the false declaration of Exodus 6:3,
that "by my name YAHVEH was I not know unto them."
Search as one may, outside Exodus 6:3, the god-name YAHVEH (Jehovah) is
never to be found in the translations, except in Psalm 78:18, and Isaiah
12:2 and 26:4. (But they are irrelevant for this discussion because
those passages were written well after the original 5 books were
The false translations thus "make truth to be a liar," the lie of Exodus
6:3 to seem the truth; and a barbarous heathen tribal god among a
hundred neighbor and competitive gods to be the nameless One Lord God of
the Universe. For more on this tribal god, you can read
Who is this Jehovah and Where Does He Live?
What does this imply? It implies this: the Hebrew-Christian-One-God is a
patent forgery and myth; a mythological Father-god can have no "only
begotten Son"; Jesus Christ is a myth even before he is mythically born
by the forged whimsy of the early Christian 'fathers'.
A Few Translations
These translations, while only three in number, will change your whole
way of thinking about what is being presented in your Bible.
Son of Man: In all three major Semitic languages (Aramaic, Hebrew, and
Arabic) the term barnasha means "human being". Jesus often referred to
himself as a human being (28 times in the Gospels). Barnasha comes from
bar (son) and nasha (man). The meaning of barnasha has created a lot of
confusion in the Gospels. It is impossible to translate the Aramaic term
of barnasha literally as "son of man" - and yet most biblical
translators have and still do just that to this day. In the Aramaic
language the word bar is combined with many other words to create
different meanings - most specifically is means a "likeness." For
example barabba means "resembles his father". Barhila translated
literally would mean "son of power" but in reality it means "soldier".
So when we read in the Gospels the phrase "son of man" it should be read
correctly as "human being".
Son of God: The word bar means a likeness or resemblance to the suffix
word. The Aramaic term that Son of God comes from is bardalaha.
Translated literally as "son of God" it does not mean this. Bardalaha in
reality means "like God" or "God-like". So when Jesus is referred to as
the "Son of God" we should read this correctly as "God-like" or "like
God". So what does that tell you about the translation we read in
today's Bibles? It tells you that Jesus was not the Son of God - but
that he was "God-like". There is a big difference. Jesus himself
repeatedly referred to himself as a "human being". The Aramaic reference
does not mean one is physically divine - it means there is an important
spiritual relationship between God and the man whom is bestowed that
phraseology. In addition, don't forget that the Council of Nicea in 325
CE voted to change the human Jesus to a supernatural being. It wasn't
until that time that any church thought of Jesus as such.
Only Begotten Son: The world ehedaya is Aramaic. It is very important to
understand its meaning when hearing that phrase being bantered about.
When we read that Jesus was God's "only begotten son" - it is an
incorrect translation of the Aramaic word. The term is found exclusively
in the Gospel of John. The phrase we read in English was translated from
a Greek word, monogenes. Monos means "single" or "one" and genos means
"kind". So the Greek translation originally was with "one-of-a-kind". So
where does 'begotten' come from? The Greek word genos is distantly
related to the verb gennan which means "to beget". Thus, to translate
monogenes as "only begotten" is improper and incorrect--which is an
indication of an ill-trained translator being involved with the text.
The actual translation should be "unique son" or "one-of-a-kind". The
Aramaic word ehedaya means "sole heir" and "the beloved". So when we
combine monogenes ehedaya we get "one-of-a-kind, beloved son". That's
considerably different from 'only begotten son'.
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