Khidr Was A Scientist, Moses Was A Believer
Khidr Was A Scientist, Moses Was A Believer
The reason for the separation between Islam, which came after Jesus’ teaching, and wasn’t Christianity, and Judaism, isn’t clear to everyone, although there are clues in the Koran (610-30 C.E.) given to the Prophet Mohamed, according to Islamic tradition, by the angels. The Koran contains some of the historical circumstances and personages contained in the Hebrew Old Testament of what the Christians call their Bible, which also contains the New Testament teaching of Jesus, that is, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) In the Koran, Jesus is Isa and Mary is Mariam, and the stories are similar, although not inn perfect agreement. In the Old Testament, which is the history and law of the Jews, that is, the Talmud and Torah, Moses is the leader of the Jews during their exodus from slavery in Egypt to the Pharaoh Thutmose III, who pursues the Jews to the Red Sea, which divides to allow the Jews to cross over into the land that God promised them, Palestine, thereby demonstrating the power of God, and doubly so because the pursuing army of the Egyptians is drowned as the waters close behind the Jews. Whether the event is a powerful demonstration of some extramundane factor, or a technological miracle, is immaterial in practical terms. The point is that the Jews left Egypt and arrived in Palestine. In the Koran Moses and Joshua, who is depicted in the Old Testament as surviving Moses to go on into Palestine and bring down the walls of the city of Jericho in a battle to conquer the country, are sojourning by the Red Sea when Joshua loses the fish that they’d been keeping for their supper. The figure of Khidr appears and Joshua and Moses decide to travel with him. Khidr allows this but tells them that, if they don’t bear with him in peace, they must leave.
Khidr rebuilds a wall beneath which is buried treasure and, in response to Moses’ perturbation, explains that the treasure wasn’t yet ready to be found, which is probably a literary reference to Joshua’s demolishing of the walls of the city of Jericho where the predecessors of Islam dwelt, that is, the Palestinians. The nature of the treasure that wasn’t yet ready to be found relates to the story of Jesus in the New Testament who was born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, uncontaminated by male semen. Depicted in Christian iconography as crushing the head of the serpent with her foot, Jesus is Mary’s foot, because futanarian women can sexually reproduce with each other through their own penis’ semen, and can also self-fertilize their own womb. Consequently, the Old Testament depiction of the emergence of the first woman, Eve, from the side or rib of the first man, Adam, was a euphemism for woman’s self-fertilization. When Jesus was taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem by agents of the Empire of Rome then occupying Palestine, he was nailed to a cross of wood, but experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of ‘woman’s seed’. Consequently, ‘woman’s seed’ is the treasure, which is described as ‘the pearl of great price’, that is, heaven, is what the monogamy obsessed Judeo-Christians weren’t ready for.
Khidr goes on to kill a child, which perturbs Moses, and Khidr explains that the child was evil. Then Khidr makes holes in ships before taking another and embarking on a voyage. Moses is perturbed again, and Khidr explains that he doesn’t want to be followed by slavers. Moses and Joshua then agree to leave, because Khidr has explained that the Judeo-Christians believe in host womb slaving the human futanarian species of ‘woman’s seed` whereas Islam doesn’t. Separation between Judeo-Christianity and Islam began with the founding of Judaism by Isaac, son of Abraham and his wife, Sara, who barren thereafter gave her maid, Hajer, to Abraham, and Hajer bore Ishmael, who was the founder of Islam through his descendant Mohamed. Although Judeo-Christianity views the four wives of the Moslem peoples of the nations of Islam as a retroactive attempt to legitimize Ishmael’s birth from an unmarried woman, Hajer, it affords the possibility of human sexual reproduction between futanarian ‘woman’s seed’ with a family tradition, and so is a closer approximation to God’s plan, which was to make the human host greater than the angelic. In short, that’s the ‘treasure’ which Judeo-Christianity couldn’t countenance, although Jesus’ teaching perfectly accords with the plan. Caught by his disciple, Judas, with a woman, Judas suggests that the ‘perfume’ be sold. However, Jesus rebukes him: `Leave her alone.’ (Mk: 14. 6) Judas’ response is to betray Jesus to the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, for ‘thirty pieces of silver’ as a ‘dissident’ threat to the male brained Empire slaving the human futanarian species of women’s host womb for parasitism upon ‘woman’s seed`, and the result is Jesus’ execution.
In the Old Testament, the angel, Satan, is depicted as having rejected God’s plan that the human host be greater than the angelic, and so has been transformed into a serpent by God and placed in the paradise of heaven on Earth that is Eden where it tempts Eve to ‘eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil’, which it is death to taste. In accepting the fruit, Eve and Adam doom their succeeding generations to slavery in ephemerality to what God identifies as the ‘seed’ of the serpent, that is, men, because the human futanarian species of ‘woman’s seed` are women, which is what God tells Eve, after telling her she’ll have ‘enmity’ with the serpent’s ‘seed’: `You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ It will be difficult for her race to run to colonize the planets among the stars of heaven above the Earth. That it’s ‘woman’s seed` God plans for is evident from the presence by the Ark of the Covenant in the tent of the tabernacle of the Jews on their way to the land promised by God of the Shekinah, that is, ‘the feminine spirit of God’, who is represented as guiding the Jews as well as dwelling near the place where the law of God given to Moses on ten tablets of stone are kept. All of the commandments relate to theft in some way, for example, ‘Thou shalt not steal.’ (Ex: 20. 15) Although the eleventh commandment is overlooked, because the focus is on the number of tablets, rather than the number of commandments, it completes the theme, ‘Thou shalt not kill.’ (Ex: 20. 13) Stealing is murder, that is, the taking of life from another. Consequently, the eleventh commandment is, ‘… do not go up to my altar on steps, or your private parts may be exposed.’ (Ex: 20. 26) In other words, cannibalism is common, and God has seen that it is, because ‘woman’s seed` is scarce, for example, God kills Onan, and his brother before him for unspecified wickedness, because Onan refused to impregnate his dead brother’s wife, Tamar, not because Onan was a masturbator, but because Tamar was a member of the human species who’d had its penis eaten by the ‘serpent’s seed’ of men, who’re labeled quite early in the Old Testament book of Genesis when Cain kills Abel for being able to cook, which is more pleasing to God’s developmental plan, although Cain’s plan accords with Judas’, that is, slave the species, and eat it on the altar where it’s learned to cook meat.
Abel was a scientist, and Cain was a slaver. Consequently, the Khidr of the Koran is a scientist, and Moses is a believer, which is why there’s some hope for him. He believes in the law of God, which forbids cannibalism in host species’ womb parasitism. Since ancient times Christians have been handicapped by notions of demoniacal and devilish contraptions, for example, ‘Luddites’, who owed their name to Ned Ludd, a mill worker, who broke machinery in 1779, because he said it made men redundant, whereas technology liberates the individual. Consequently, for Christians scientists are Satanists, because they’re believers, rather than scientists. In simple terms, television is Satanism, because it’s science. Paradoxically, this view holds some truth. Manufactured as a single male brained creature wearing each other’s clothes in ‘TV’ transvestism, men and women without ‘woman’s seed` constitute Satanism, because they prefer war to women. In ancient Greece, for example, women’s host wombs were institutionally enslaved for the production of boy sons for war through homosexuality in pederasty. Once the enslavement of the human futanarian species of ‘woman’s seed’ was established, the future was Empire and war. By the late 20th century, the tool for keeping women in monogamy through fear, and so for host womb slavery, were the new poisons of homosexuality in pederasty’s ‘biological weapon’, HIV/AIDS, discovered by DR Congo in Africa in 1983 and spread through men’s mixing of blood, shit and semen in each other’s anus in mockery of women’s human mode of sexual reproduction. In short, for Christians scientists are Satanists because ‘woman’s seed’ isn’t admitted by the mass entertainment media, although that’s contrary to God’s plan. Or, in other words, Christians are Satanists, who’re ‘TV war’, because they believe in God not science.
Homosexuality in pederasty for war is an illness subsumable under the label ‘pedophilia’, where pedophiles want children, and so immortally youthful adult humans, who’d be women and ‘woman’s seed`, aren’t on the pedophile’s agenda for the future of the human race in nihilism, because the planets and stars that beckon couldn’t possibly be reached or governed by an administration of ephemeral infantiles, who prefer breeding boy sons, and manufacturing poisons, for war, to colonization of the planets among the stars through the devising of starships to carry them there. Although pornography is condemned roundly by society labeling it as encouraging of adultery, in fact men are women’s adulterate. Consequently, where what is termed pornographic representations of human sexual activity is in fact a user’s manual for how to slave the human host womb of the species of futanarian ‘woman’s seed`, such imagery is educational for women, who’d perceive it as essential edutainment denied them by their slavers. Or, in simple terms, morality, which is the perception of what constitutes good and evil, isn’t based on adultery for a human race that’s single and independent of its host womb being owned by an alien. Having life taken, and being life eaten, are the issues upon which morality is actually based.
The Koran differs from the New Testament of Jesus in that Jesus is depicted as being crucified and then experiences Resurrection and Ascension to heaven, whereas in the Koran there’s a man who was called Jesus, who was crucified, but he wasn’t Jesus, who walked into the paradise of heaven on Earth because he was a teacher in Islam. Although the discrepancy seems curious it relates to the idea that the torturer isn’t Jesus. In Christianity, Jesus is depicted as redeeming the torturer, that is, those who torture are redeemed through their torture, which is Satanism. Consequently, Islam distinguishes between the tortured man, who was called Jesus, and the man who was Jesus, who wasn’t tortured, because he was watching his ‘brother’ being tortured. From an Islamic point of view, the crucified Jesus was being punished by the law, whereas Jesus, the Islamic teacher, wasn’t. In simple terms, for Moslems the law is all that’s important. As Onan’s brother was killed by God for unspecified wickedness, that is, he didn’t impregnate Tamar either, so Isa’s brother was killed by God for specific reasons to do with the law, that is, as ‘woman’s seed`, Jesus wasn’t a ‘brother’ Moslem, which is the reason for the distinction between the ‘brothers’, who tortured a man called Jesus, and who wasn’t Isa, because Isa was with the torturers, and the Christian Jesus, who experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of ‘woman’s seed’, because he was tortured, and so returned to smite the evil, and impose upon them God’s judgment of ‘eternal unendurable pain’, that is, perdition: ‘And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of almighty God.’ (Rev: 19. 15)
The fish, Leviathan, is described in the Bible as Satan, and God asks, ‘Can you pull in Leviathan with a fishhook?’ (Job: 41. 1) If the cross was the fishhook, then it’s a symbol of Satan, whereas Leviathan is freedom, which Jesus represents. Khidr is the fish that got away, that is, he was wise to being put on the hook to catch Satan, because only the brothers of torture would want it for Jesus, who preferred freedom for himself and others. In short, Jesus on the cross was on a meat hook from the perspective of the ‘brothers’, because to them that was what the human futanarian species of ‘woman’s seed’ was for. Consequently, the early Christians used the fish as their sign, because Khidr was a wise scientist with a time machine, and so wasn’t hooked by the butcher’s for having one.