Regarding the True history of the Sabbath:
The Semites adopted the calendar of the Sumerians, and along with the calendar came everything else of the ancient Sumerian culture; in that the Sumerian calendar, as we have noted above, covered and directed every facet of Sumerian life. The Semites conquered the Sumerians, marginalized them, and adopted the Sumerian culture, thereby, over time blending the Semitic and Sumerian cultural history into one. And going forward from those times of cultural fusion, Sumerian culture and history became, for all practical purposes, as one with Semitic culture and history. At that point .................... Consequently the roots of Semitic culture, and the roots of Judaic doctrine are clearly and vividly discernable within the historical records of ancient Sumer. Judaic cultural and religious history begins with Sumer. And fortunately, this history, that is the Sumer-
The Sabbath And The 7-
Within the last two hundred years or so, the origins of the Jewish people and Judaism has been thoroughly investigated by various Assyriologists from a broad spectrum of academics and scholars of the major European nations, including Germany, France, England, and others. I have assembled my data, as presented in portions of the following, from the reviewing of books and printed lectures of various of these scholars ............
To begin: The name of the Sumerian Sabbath or Sabbath Equivalent was "Uhulgallu" which was defined by the Sumerians as "the day when it is dangerous to break the rules". The Babylonians, succeeding the Sumerians, incorporated the term Sabattu for Uhulgallu -
The number of Sabbath days utilized by the Sumerians and Semites varied or was subject to tinkering throughout the history of the calendar, as with any of the world's calendars. Of course each and every day in their calendar carried a menology of the do's and don'ts attached to the said date or day, as we have indicated above. The number of days that were particularly designated as Sabbath days observed within a given month were eventually reduced from nine to five Sabbaths. The reduction was made because of the fact that they, like other cultures worldwide, reformed their calendars from time to time, for reasons religious, political, calendrical, economic, or civil.
According to the scholars, initially the Mesopotamians observed nine Sabbaths in each month -
Regarding The Passover Festival:
Of course, in regard to the Passover traditions of the Jews, we have emphasized the real life environmental associations from which the various rituals were derived. The ancient source or matrix of modern Judaic religious traditions is found in the customs and rituals of primordial pagan Semites; and not in the alleged revelations or communications of god almighty to a chosen people. Our primary focus within this book is the unveiling of the practical mundane inducements that lay at the core of all cultural rituals; rituals derived from a prehistorical primordial core, that now in our day have become, in modified form, modern religious rituals and traditions. Originally, the rituals, at the points of their inceptions, dealt with practical mundane matters associated with the interactions of Man with his environment; and not with spiritual or religious concerns. That the spiritual-
The modern rituals have been modified in terms of association -
As I indicated earlier in the essay, when engaged in the process interpreting biblical and cultural mythology, we must keep in mind that there are two major or parent categories of mythology. There is Environmental Mythology which reflects mankind's earliest attempts to define his habitat, often laden with emotional, primitive superstitions; and also, developing much later in time, the category of Scientific Mythology which indicates, in its interpretations, a highly advanced understanding of the environmental sciences and the expanded cosmos.
Mythological symbolizations, when accurately interpreted, show distinct parallels at their varied levels of decipherment. All levels of mythology parallel each other, with only minor variations; variations usually reflective of cultural inputs. Also, all of the symbolizations (mythological stories) run in parallel to the underlying physical realities that were the original patterns, which the symbolisms copied, and reproduced symbolically in varied mythological stories, and/or ritualistic customs.
That's why, for example, the mythology of the Israelites emerging from bondage in Egypt at the dawn of spring, parallels the emergence of the sun from its seeming bondage in the celestial underworld at the same interval of time. Likewise, Noah's ark landed upon Mount Ararat during the interval of the vernal equinox, thereby being safely secured above the raging waters below. And, in continued conformity, Jesus Christ was resurrected at the same interval, which is of course Passover or the sun's passing over vernal equinox.
All three of the aforementioned myths are mythological copies of the same underlying cosmic event, that is to say, the emergence of the sun from the lower cosmic hemisphere into the higher cosmic hemisphere at the crossing of the vernal equinox. All three of these major biblical symbolisms hover around the same astronomical event, and likewise possess the same identical theme of Deliverance, because all three mythological episodes are reflective of the same underlying reality, that is the sun ascending above the vernal equinox. When the sun............
Monotheism, without doubt, is a irreverent farce and a gross deception. The belief and acceptance of the doctrine of Divine Revelation is integral and indispensable to monotheism. It is upon the shivery foundation of Divine Revelation that the monotheists propound the alleged legitimacy of their assorted faiths. The wily monotheistic Priesthood asserts unabashedly the insidious falsity, that they, of their faiths, have been visited by god in person; and that their religions, namely Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, are bequeathed by god for the salvation of all humankind. They assert further that their Revealed Books, that is to say, the Torah, Bible, and Quran convey, by divine sanction, the Law and Guidance of god for us all. However, we, who are rational, do not for one second accept the preposterous claim made by the monotheists that god almighty was the author or expounder of either the Torah, the Bible, or the Quran.
This book "The Secret Origins Of Judaism" is the first of three books, that I shall offer, focused on the lost, hidden, obscured, and occult origins of modern religion; from various phases, stretching far back into the ancient past, and from thence onward toward the shenanigans of more recent times. We shall unveil the astro-
This book, herein, has assuredly accomplished the invalidation of Judaism as a divinely inspired religion. This has been accomplished by exposing the true non-
The Jewish scriptures, though not divine, are extremely valuable. The scriptures have been held intact for thousands of years, and for that reason alone, are of great intellectual value. Jewish history, as expressed in the bible, is mythological; but be that as it may, the Jewish Writings are not mindless myths. Ancient mythology was the format by which the Ancients conveyed and preserved precious cultural and scientific data from generation to generation over the centuries and millennia. The Seven Jewish Feasts are part and parcel to that ancient encoded wisdom, and as such is the focus of this book. We have decoded and unveiled, in striking details, the hidden mysteries of Jewish ritualism as expressed in the Feasts, Sabbaths, and other observances of the Jews.
This book "The Secret Origins Of Judaism" explores and unveils the true primitive and secular origins of the biblical legends and traditions; the Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Festival of the First Fruits, Pentateuch, the Jewish Judgment Day, the Day of Atonement, the Feast of Tabernacles. We have uncovered the true origins of the strange custom of the Jews wherein for Seven Full Days they are prohibited from consuming Leaven -
The mythological tales of the bible, though non-
Within this book, we trace the mysterious traditions and rituals of the Seven Jewish Feasts back to their original non-
The book is divided into two sections, rather than chapters per se, with many Subtopics: Section One gives a detailed explanation of the Seven Jewish Feasts; by first explaining the traditional Jewish interpretations of the ceremonies, which is then followed by comprehensive historical analyses and commentaries along with in-
 Genesis 8:4 And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat. -