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The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.


Albert Einstein

You can lead a man to knowledge but you cannot make him think

Introduction

 

​Today the world is suffering from the controversy of misleading religious denominations. Rabbis, priests and imams are continuously consulted by unwitting minds desperate for immediate answers. While many people are asking questions but not investigating the answers to their questions, others are being programed by propaganda via television “programs” and various publications. Synagogues, churches and mosques are not safe havens, but danger zones. From the days of the blood spattered crusades all the way to our modern era, innocents are still being massacred in the streets. But while guns and explosives are considered to be the product of “religious” turmoil, they are nothing more than economic weapons. International banking schemes have dominated the world’s resources, and the “robot/zombie” nations are manipulated against each other in order to ensure subservience to the leaders of those nations, who all work for members of a single global organization, the Rothschild Dynasty. Meanwhile, militant recruitment is on the rise. Many are asking why, but few are asking how.

We cannot keep blaming “religion,” “books,” or “the internet.” A proper investigation will lead any serious researcher to the undeniable fact that terrorist organizations do not form independently of government. After all, what is government? The word “govern-ment” is a combination of two Latin words: Govern meaning ‘control’ and Ment meaning ‘mind.’ There is no denying that 1+1=2. Government is mind control. Nevertheless, it’s always easier to educate the uneducated than to re-educate the mis-educated. In fact, school is where the problem begins, where the institutionalized practice of enforced curriculum oppressively prevents students from engaging in self-fulfilling studies and activities. Unfortunately, it is a crime to be yourself in a world where conformity is considered the key to “success.”

Education is a process, and doctrine is the product of that process. Unfortunately, however, it is a common practice of religious denominations to offer only the product (indoctrination) without the process (education). Thus, we have a world full of “sheep” that wait around for the “shepherd” to lead the way. Unfortunately, in most instances the “shepherd” is not the Almighty, but some human being who implements manmade ideologies to achieve secular ambitions. Hence, there exists a great delusion pertaining to the idea of religion. Spirituality is the essence of freedom and individuality. Religion, on the other hand, is an English word derived from the Latin word religare, meaning “to bind,” a variation of the Latin word religio, which means “obligation/bond.” Therefore, a ‘religion’ is essentially a ‘bond’ between an individual and his or her spiritual attachment. This term has been misappropriated to suggest “group mentality” through its association with religious denominations. This common misconception, however, is the result of the religious schism and dogmatism that has become prominent in our world today.

Yet, the atrocities that plague our world, as unbelievable as they sometimes are, cannot be blamed on “religion.” We see religious people everywhere, but how many of them are raping, murdering and pillaging? The answer is likely to be none, because extremist ideologies are the result of mental manipulation. No one just picks up the Scripture and decides to start killing, not without some degree of psychological influence. If these corrupt ideologies were really derived from the Scripture alone, then we would see the majority of religious adherents shedding blood, not the minority. What we are really dealing with here is hypocrisy, idiots proclaiming the scripture while violating most of its fundamental teachings. As a result of government-funded terrorism, the scripture is misperceived as the source of the problem, while it is the collective abandonment of reason that is the real problem. 

The scripture, when examined carefully, reveals the keys to understanding the world we live in. Overall, crime cannot be linked to the study of scripture, but the neglect of scripture. Aside from the stories, examples, details and rituals, contained in the scripture are ten simple keys to prosperity and success.  The Ten Commandments are most commonly associated with the denomination of Judaism, as well as Christianity. However, these denominations have merely adopted a wisdom that predates their institutions. This same wisdom is shared by almost every other religious culture in the world. Fundamentally, the Ten Commandments are universal ethics. Below is a simplified interpretation of the Ten Commandments:

1. Acknowledge the Eternal Supreme Power as the only divine power
2. Do not imagine the Power as any part of creation (anthropomorphism, pantheism, etc.)
3. Do not speak controversially, conceitedly or futilely about the Power
4. Devote the seventh day of rest to your spiritual needs and do not profane it
5. Respect your father and your mother
6. Do not deliberately cause the death of any creature unjustly or without reason of defense
7. Do not engage in sexual activity outside of procreative marriage
8. Do not take the property of another secretly, unexpectedly or without permission
9. Do not proclaim falsehood or conjecture
10. Do not envy your neighbor (Love your neighbor as yourself)

The Ten Commandments are not the laws of Moses but are divine or natural laws conveyed by the Almighty. As such, they are not limited exclusively to Israel but have a universal application, serving as an ethical guide for all cultures and generations. However, adherence to the Ten Commandments does not constitute adherence to the Bible and all of its literature, nor does it constitute adherence to any organized religious denomination. The Ten Commandments, needless to say, are the fundamental basics, not secular rules. The notion that the Ten Commandments are not universal is a direct result of their association with religious denominations. The last eight commandments obviously reflect a tendency that is already there, a set of ideas that are nevertheless uncontroversial. But the first two commandments are generally misinterpreted as “ideological” due to their association with religious practice. However, this misinterpretation is due to a failure to recognize the mathematical concept of oneness and eternity.

It is as simple as the fact that 1 divided by 1 remains 1 while nothing comes from 0. All numbers come from and return to 1. Because nothing can come from 0, the number 1 therefore symbolizes eternity and absoluteness. This is because nothing can bring about 1, except 1 itself, or eternal singularity. This is why the first commandment instructs us to take only one power, simply because eternity is not relative, and thus, more than one power cannot mathematically exist. This is not to equate the Almighty with a number or any other abstract concept, but to exemplify His singularity mathematically. Eternity is duration without beginning or end. Creation, however, does have a beginning and an end, although the process of creation remains infinitely perpetual. Things which have been created are relative in their form whereas, the Eternal One is absolute and infinite and cannot be ‘embodied’ by that which is finite, such as any part of creation. This is why the second commandment instructs us not to serve idols. Furthermore, the number 10 is the number of divine completion, because without 10 there is no mathematical function. Basically, the number 10 (the decimal) is the whole of mathematics, and constitutes the essence of divine creation. Thus, we have 10 fingers and toes, to reflect this reality, and to allow us to count.

The Ten Commandments are not something which can be “enforced” on anyone. Rather, the Ten Commandments are simply an option for both individual and collective improvement. The Ten Commandments are there for the prudent as a divine guide necessary for prosperity. Obviously the Ten Commandments are not there to oppress us or to make us do things we do not want to do, but to reassure our hearts by validating innate morality with a prescribed establishment of the divine law.

The Ten Commandments fundamentally teach the ethics of responsibility, respect, tolerance, moderateness, wariness, compassion and fairness. Although these ethics are natural to us, the Ten Commandments have been established to reaffirm our nature and to outline the essential requirements for individual and societal success. Simply put, the breaking of any one of the Ten Commandments could potentially ruin life for whoever chooses to do so. Thus, the Ten Commandments are there to protect us and forewarn us of our own bad decisions. ​


The Torah, the Evangel & the Koran


The Hebrew word Torah means “Directive.” It is derived from the root verb yaw-raw which means “to direct” or “to point” as it is written in Leviticus 10:11, “so as to direct the sons of Israel to the statutes which Yahovah has spoken to them through Moses.” Note that “Teaching,” “Instruction” and “Law” are mistranslations. Moreover, there is confusion between the Five Books of Moses (the Pentateuch) and the Torah. The Pentateuch can be seen as the ‘core’ of Torah, but it is not the whole Torah. The whole Torah is correctly defined by the instruction transmitted by all the prophets preceding Jesus the Messiah, who himself received a prophetic interpretation of the Torah called the Evangel. Basically, the Torah is the Bible’s “Old Testament.”

Before his death, Moses transmitted the Five Books for the Levite priesthood to safeguard along with the Ark of the Covenant containing the tablets. From these books, it is presumed that at least twelve copies were made for the twelve tribes. Nevertheless, Moses prophesied that the scripture would eventually be tampered with, assuring us that the Torah we have today is not an exact transmission of the one he wrote:

Deuteronomy 31:24-29 “And it came to pass, when Moses finished writing the words of this Torah in a book until they were complete, that Moses commanded the Levites who carried the ark of the covenant of Yahovah, saying, Take this book of the Torah and place it beside the ark of the covenant of Yahovah your Power, that it may remain there as a witness against you. For I know your rebellion and your stubbornness; behold, while I am still alive with you today, you have been rebellious against Yahovah; how much more after my death. Assemble to me all the elders of your tribes and your officers, that I may speak these words in their hearing and call the heavens and the earth to witness against them. For I know that after my death you will corrupt and turn from the way which I have commanded you; and evil will befall you in latter days, for you will do that which is evil in the sight of Yahovah, provoking Him to anger with the work of your hands.

From the tribe of Benjamin arose Saul, the first king of Israel, who was killed in a battle against the philistines. The prophet David, from the tribe of Judah, was chosen as his successor. One of David’s first acts as king was the conquest of Jerusalem sometime around 1004 BC. He named it the “City of David” and declared it the capital of his kingdom. Under the authority of King David, the Ark of the Covenant was brought to the city, which officially made Jerusalem the political and spiritual nexus of the Israelites. David built an altar on the summit of Mount Moriah (where Abraham almost sacrificed his son), but for various reasons refrained from building the Temple, leaving the task to his son Solomon, as recorded in 2 Chronicles 3:1


Then Solomon began to build the house of Yahovah at Jerusalem on Mount Moriah, where He appeared to David his father…  


The construction of the Temple in Jerusalem brought about a new religious reality for the people of Israel: offerings could now be offered at the Temple and the scriptural injunction of the three pilgrimages – Passover, the Feast of Weeks and the Feast of Tabernacles – received concrete affirmation. Jerusalem served as the capital of a united kingdom for only two generations, until the reign of Solomon's son King Rehoboam, when the kingdom was split into two: Judah in the south with Jerusalem as its capital and Israel in the north with different capitals at different times. The southern kingdom eventually became known as Judea in reference to the tribe of Judah from which King David descends.   

The Ark of the Covenant along with Moses’ hand-written copy of the Torah was eventually deposited in the “Holy of Holies” in the Temple. This Torah, written by the hand of Moses, was the standard by which all other scrolls were judged and was occasionally removed from the Ark for this purpose. The Sanhedrin, which was a continuation of the council of seventy elders originally appointed by Moses, was responsible for protecting the Torah scriptures and handling all legal cases while the scribes were charged with the duty to preserve each letter of the scripture. However, while the Sanhedrin began to formulate their own policies and procedures to further empower themselves against the Israelite people, the scribes assisted this process transitioning from mere copyists to oppressive indoctrinators. Simultaneously, certain priests and scribes conspired to corrupt the scripture in various ways to bring it in agreement with their confounding ideologies. Moses himself foretold of these actions, and he warned the priests, elders and officers of each tribe about the consequences that were sure to follow any deliberate failure to keep the commandments.   

Apparently, prophecies of impending doom were fulfilled against some Israelites for their profanity and disobedience, whereby the northern Kingdom of Israel was conquered and laid waste by the Assyrians in 722 BC after which Jerusalem regained its paramount status. In 597 BC, prophecy was again fulfilled against the Israelites for their ongoing iniquity whereby the city of Jerusalem was captured by the Babylonians. Then in 587 BC, at the order of King Nebuchadnezzar, Jerusalem was overthrown, the Temple was destroyed, and the people were taken into exile. A small number returned fifty years later. The Exile was supposed to be acknowledged as prophecy fulfilled and an annulment of the Creator’s promise to their forefather Abraham, known as the covenant, that they would forever inherit the land of Zion in Palestine. However, according to the Koran, a number of these exiles refused to reform their ways, and instead chose to apostatize, learning “influence” (magic) from the adversaries:

Koran 2:101-102 “And when a messenger came to them from an accordance of the Power verifying for what was with them, a faction of those who were given the scripture cast a scripture of the Power behind their backs like that they did not know. And they followed what the adversaries proclaimed upon a dominion of Solomon; and Solomon did not disregard, although the adversaries disregarded; they teach the people the influence and what was sent down upon the two emissaries with Babylon, Harut and Marut; and neither of them teach from anyone until they both say, “Only are we a temptation, so do not disregard.” So they learn from them both thereby what differentiates between the man and his mate; and they are not by harming thereby of anyone except by permission of the Power; and they learn what harms them and does not benefit them; and surely they knew for who buys it, there is not for him in the latter of an opportunity; and surely wretched is how they sold their selves thereby, if they were knowing.

Effectively, these apostate occultists developed a revolution of the Law by retaining the worship of the dying-god mythology and combining it with Babylonian sorcery and astrology. According to the Book of Daniel (2:48), Daniel is made chief of the “wise men” of Babylon, that is of the Magi or Chaldeans. This cult would then have formed the basis of what later came to be known as Kabbalah, which purported to present an esoteric interpretation of divine revelation. Then in 538 BC, Babylon was conquered by the Persians, led by Cyrus the Great who adhered to Zoroastrianism, founded by Zoroaster. Cyrus released the Israelites from captivity after which many returned to Palestine where they began working on the Second Temple of Jerusalem, to replace the First Temple which was destroyed in 587 BC. It was also at this time that the various ancient texts of the prophets were compiled and edited to form the Bible.

By the third century BC, two prominent organizations emerged within the priesthood of Israel, known as the Pharisees and the Sadducees. The main distinguishing characteristic of the Pharisees was their belief in an Oral Torah that was given to Moses along with the Written Torah. The Pharisees believed that this Oral Torah was the key to the interpretation of the Written Torah. This oral tradition was codified and written down later in what became known as the Talmud, which is a Hebrew word meaning “Study.” The Sadducees, on the other hand, rejected the idea of an oral Torah and insisted on a literal interpretation of the Torah, whereby they rejected the idea of resurrection, because it is not explained in the Torah. The Sadducees were primarily focused on the rituals associated with the Temple, but disappeared around 70 AD after the destruction of the Second Temple. None of the writings of the Sadducees survived, so the history we have of them comes from their Pharisaic opponents. Nevertheless, these two parties served in the Sanhedrin.

A third sect, called the Essenes, emerged out of opposition to both the Pharisees and the Sadducees, insisting that they had corrupted the city and the Temple. They moved out of Jerusalem and lived an ascetic life in the desert, adopting strict dietary laws and a commitment to celibacy. The Essenes are particularly interesting to scholars because they are believed to be an offshoot of the group that lived in Qumran, near the Dead Sea. In 1947, a Bedouin shepherd discovered a cave containing various ancient artifacts and jars containing manuscripts describing the doctrine of the sect and the events of the time. The most important documents, often only parchment fragments that had to be meticulously restored, were the earliest known copies of the Old Testament. The similarity of the material found in the Dead Sea Scrolls to that in the modern scriptures displays that the Biblical transmission we have today is nearly the same as what was transmitted in the first and second centuries, confirming a degree of authenticity.   

The common complaint about the Bible text is either that it plagiarized stories from other cultures, or that many of its accounts and commandments are reprehensible. However, these aberrations can for the most part be attributed to the corruptive influence of Kabbalah. It is apparent from a number of texts now in our possession that there are a great number of scribal errors, such as would undoubtedly occur in any form of manuscript transmission. However, according to Professor Ernst Würthwein in The Text of the Old Testament, the classic introduction to textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible, textual changes took place due to other causes as well. Namely, that while some changes were accidental, others were deliberate. Würthwein explains:

“First, the categorization of the Old Testament books did not involve or imply a standardized form of their text in our sense of the term. Prior to canonization, which may be dated about AD 100, their text was still fluid. This was because the scribes who were theologically educated and interested, would often write the texts from memory (a practice that was later forbidden) and did not regard their work as restricted to mechanical transcription. They were permitted to make certain changes in the wording if they did not distort the sense of the text, as they understood it.”

It was in this manner that unorthodox ideas (the early tenets of Kabbalah), from Babylon, were introduced into the Bible. So while the Bible originally pertained to a monotheistic tradition that enforced the worship of a single supreme power, and was opposed to the polytheism of the pagans, as Frank Moore Cross has demonstrated in Canaanite Myth and the Hebrew Epic, the “God” of the Bible was cryptically identified as a thunder-god, or Baal of the Canaanites, who was at war with the Sea Dragon, which became the Leviathan of the Bible. Numerous other motifs were interpolated into the text, most notably astrological symbols, but which were left for interpretation by only “the initiated.”

Because Hellenistic mysticism was a mixture of various sources, apparently Zoroastrian, Egyptian, Greek and Jewish, scholars have struggled to identify its origins, pointing at times to one or a combination of these traditions. But all had their source in the so-called Chaldean Magi, whose doctrines became apparent in Judaism in the form of Jewish Gnosticism known as Merkabah Mysticism, representing the earliest formulation of Kabbalah. While the Talmudic tradition was based on commentaries interpretive of the Torah, a deeper mystical tradition called Kabbalah, which is a Hebrew word meaning “to receive,” sought to embrace the very essence of the Eternal Supreme Power whereby the doctrine of anthropomorphism was developed and interpreted to equate man with the Eternal Supreme Power. The Kabbalistic tradition remained a secret doctrine within esoteric circles until a variation of it was popularized in the sixteenth century by Isaac Luria, who is considered the father of the New Kabbalah, his teachings being referred to as “Lurianic Kabbalah.”

The first developments of Kabbalah within the Israelites did not appear until after the third century BC. In order to trace the earliest developments of these tendencies, it is first necessary to turn to what appeared to be non-orthodox traditions. While many Israelites settled in Palestine following the Exile, others spread across the known world, particularly to Asia Minor, now Turkey, and to Greece and Egypt. Because much of the world at that time was not aware of the doctrine of monotheism, the early Kabbalists among them were confused with the renowned “Chaldean Magi” of Babylon and were mistakenly regarded as the students of Zoroaster, to whom they falsely attributed their doctrines. But the cult of these Magi was a heretical version of that faith despised by orthodox Zoroastrians, with elements identical to those later identified as part of the Kabbalah. These false Magi instead worshiped Mithras, a Persian version of the ancient dying-god, and for whom they practiced mystery rites. It is from their various practices that is derived our word for “magic.”

From the last events of the Old Testament (as described in Ezra & Nehemiah) and the final prophecy made by Malachi, to the unveiling events of the New Testament, there is about a 400 year gap.  Theologians often call this period “The Four Hundred Silent Years,” because the Almighty seemed to be silent, not communicating through his prophets (this era is called the “Second Temple Era” by the Jews).  But despite the absence of prophethood, these 400 years were not insignificant. Their events paved the way for the coming Messiah whose teachings were so profound that a conspiracy was devised by Rome to distort the nature of the Messiah’s mission in order to secure their continual quest for social domination and control.  

Since the first century, the issue of “messianic prophecy” has remained an ongoing subject of religious controversy. The Old Testament books of the bible (written between 1556 and 400 BC) contain a multitude of prophecies that foretell the coming of an “anointed one” (the Hebrew Messiah) who would arrive in Israel’s future to “deliver” or “save” them. However, there are other prophecies which speak of a “king” to come from David who would execute righteous judgment in the earth (Jeremiah 33:14-26). By the first century, these two very separate prophecies were mistakenly fused into a single eschatological expectation. Therefore, according to this misinterpretation, the Messiah that was expected to arrive was supposed to descend from King David. However, when the Messiah himself taught contrarily to this misinterpretation of prophecy, he jeopardized the entire power structure that depended on this misinterpretation. Unable to stand corrected, the chiefs of the Israelites sought to persecute the prophet that was exposing their deceit. That prophet was Jesus, and the scripture he was given is called the Evangel, also known as the Gospel.  

The Old English term “Gospel” is a translation of the Greek word Evangelion meaning “good news.” The first four books of the New Testament, however, contain only portions of the actual sayings of Jesus. These portions are combined with the narratives of anonymous authors. The true Gospel is thus defined by the recorded sayings of Jesus, whose quotes curiously contrast the surrounding narratives. Scholars are not in agreement on when these accounts were written exactly, though it is well known that these works of literature did not surface until the end of the first century, long after the departure of Jesus. Moreover, it is evident that various occult influences were involved in the production of the Gospels, namely in the form of Jewish mysticism and Greek Gnosticism.

During the first century, the Roman Empire essentially gave birth to two world-religions, Judaism and Christianity. Prior to the Roman influx, the creed of the Israelites was not labeled, such as “Judaism.” The Israelites followed the creed of their forefather and patriarch, Abraham, who established the “Way” or the “Law” as it was originally referred to. Judaism was born when the old Temple-based system was abolished by the Romans in 70 CE, which was located in Judea, named after the tribe of Judah from which King David descends. King David established Jerusalem, and the ensuing messianic zealotry of the people of Judea was therefore termed “Judah-ism.” As a result, a new creed developed that was centered on the Talmud, which is basically a system of rabbinical theology promoting the notion that a kingly messiah descended from David will at some future point conquer the world and save humanity, ushering in what the Jews refer to as the “messianic era.” The captivity of the Israelites had plagued them with a multitude of new and strange beliefs derived from their pagan masters. Thus there arose heresies and schisms, which further weakened the stability of the Israelite nation. To clear away this cancerous growth, to reform the people of Israel, Jesus, the Messiah, son of Maryam, was given the scripture and the prophethood.       

There was no greater threat to the oligarchies of the day than the Messiah himself. By purifying the faith of the Israelites, Jesus was only strengthening the resistance against the dogmatic indoctrination practices of the priesthood and the Roman leaders. The priesthood was no longer an order devoted to scriptural preservation, as it had originally been appointed, but was gradually becoming a hierarchical caste system seeking greater control over the Israelites. Jesus was beginning to destroy this manipulative and dishonest trend. Abolishing the priesthood’s religious ‘authority’ restored the power of faith and reason back to the individual. This was not only a threat to the corrupted priesthood, but the Romans too sought to exert religious authority over the masses to manipulate religion in favor of its pagan doctrines.

The Roman Empire, as ruthless and brutal as it has always been, was pursuing its quest for absolute world domination. This plan was already in the works long before Jesus appeared on the scene. Although the Gospel of Jesus was centered on peace, it was a duty upon the Israelites to fight for that peace. This rather militant attitude gave rise to what became known as the Messianic Movement, which continued heavily throughout the first century. Of course not every Israelite viewed Jesus as the true Messiah, and thus many self-proclaimed “messiahs” have attempted to usurp the messianic role even up to today. However, despite the theological assumption that the Messiah must be a “king,” the impoverished, moderate and humble life of Jesus did not fit the “glorious” image that was anxiously awaited by the Israelites. Because Jesus was not affluent, his lack of material wealth induced great skepticism in the majority of the Israelites, who thus deemed him weak, powerless, and an ‘imposter’. Nevertheless, Jesus said:

John 5:46-47 “If you would have acknowledged Moses, you would have acknowledged me, for he wrote of me. But if you do not acknowledge his writings, how shall you acknowledge my words?” 

The Gospel of Jesus was discretely recorded by his immediate followers, and soon the oral Gospel was spread throughout every Israelite community. Eventually, when the Gospel teachings began to gain popularity among the Israelites, Rome covertly conspired to eliminate its single greatest threat, which was Jesus and his fulfillment of the law. The plan was not only to murder Jesus, but to erase and transform his identity entirely. This is why there are no historical records of Jesus, and this is also why the Hebrew and Aramaic accounts of Jesus are nowhere to be found. Rather, we are left only with fragments of Greek literature. 

In 325 AD the Nicene Council was held, where it was ordered that all original Gospels in Hebrew script should be destroyed. An Edict was issued that any one in possession of these Gospels will be put to death. Supposedly, the only remaining accounts of Jesus are the four gospels of the New Testament. But if these gospels are authentic, then why were they not confiscated or destroyed by the Romans like all the other sacred scriptures of Israel? The answer is: the Gospels were plagiarized and corrupted by the Romans, who confiscated and destroyed all the Hebrew and Aramaic scriptures of Israel. After all, the language of Israel is Hebrew, and Jesus, an Israelite prophet, surely spoke Hebrew. 

When the history of Rome is examined carefully, it becomes evident that the New Testament was written by Roman patricians, among them the Calpurnius Piso family that was descended from one of the generals in the army of Alexander the Great. The family included such famous people as Cleopatra, the Ptolemys, Pythagoras, Flavius Josephus, and the Roman Emperor Titus Flavius Vespasiani (the son of Vespasian). Participating in this conspiracy was the House of Herod, who employed Paul, or Saul as he was originally known.

Simply put, the true teachings of Jesus were not at all compatible with the ambitions of the Roman Empire, which sought to expand its dynastic leadership on a worldwide scale by whatever means necessary. Such an agenda required strategies that were in clear violation of the divine law taught by Jesus and his disciples. Therefore, in order to compromise with the growing adherence to the divine law, the Romans very cleverly decided to alter the ‘divine’ nature of that law by inventing Catholicism, which is Latin for “Universalism.” This new “Universalism” was symbolic of the many parallels found in the Ancient Mysteries, primarily that of the dying sun-god. If the Romans did not conceal the real Gospels, then all of their insertions and deletions would have been immediately exposed and a blind following would have never been possible. This is why Paul was appointed to covertly merge the rising Nazarene movement with the Roman pantheon and the Mysteries of Mithras, a repudiation of the law that would from then on work in favor of all future plans for the Roman Empire.

It is important to keep an open mind and abandon all preconceived notions in order to conduct a proper, unbiased examination of the people involved in the early Christian movement. Illegitimate research has led some self-proclaimed “historians” and “scholars” to falsely conclude that Jesus, as an actual living man, never existed. This mistaken premise is based on the anonymity of all four Christian Gospels, thus leading to the absurd conclusion that Jesus was only a mere literary character, and not a real being who is “historically” accountable for.

One of the major keys of this mystery is the Dead Sea Scrolls, one of the only scriptures that date back to the first century, which was around the time Jesus would have been preaching to the Israelites, that is according to the anonymous gospels. The first interesting clue is that the Dead Sea Scrolls are of a militant and rather Semitic nature, whereas the characters of the gospels are pacifistic, turning the other cheek, and rendering unto Caesar what is Caesar’s. So, how did a movement like Christianity come to exist in a region that was occupied by Roman soldiers that were resisted by militant Jewish zealots?

Two other major works of the era provide us with further clues: The New Testament and Wars of the Jews by Josephus, the Roman court historian who described the wars between the Romans and the Jews in the first century. Reading these two works side by side reveal some astonishing connections. Certain events from the ministry of Jesus seem to closely parallel episodes from the military campaign of Roman Caesar Titus Flavius, a campaign which took place forty years after the alleged timeframe of Jesus’ life. Further efforts to understand these connections will inevitably lead to an outstanding discovery: Christianity was invented by a little known family of Roman Caesars, the Flavians.

The Flavians are not a household name and yet it was the Flavians who completely reshaped the Roman Empire. In Rome there is the Colosseum, which is understood to be the best known ancient monument of the Roman Empire. The Colosseum is in fact of Flavian construction produced during the Flavian period (69–96 CE). It is under the Flavians that both Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity take shape.

To understand the Flavians rise to power, let us go back to the reign of the previous powerful rulers, the Julio-Claudian Dynasty. Beginning with Julius Caesar in the year 49 BCE, the Julio-Claudians ruled Rome for over 100 years (49 BCE – 68 CE) transforming the government from a republic into an Empire. This family contained all of the famous Caesars: Julius (44 BCE), who predated the time of Jesus, Augustus (27 BCE), who was Caesar at the time of Jesus’ supposed birth, Tiberius (14 CE), who ruled during Jesus’ supposed death, followed by the infamous Caligula (37 CE), then Claudius (41 CE), and ending the Julio-Claudian Dynasty with Nero, whose reign began in 54 CE.

The Julio-Claudian Dynasty enjoyed a god-like status until the family degenerated and began to damage the Roman Empire. By the time of Nero, his famous decadence was bankrupting the Empire, and the Israelites of Judea were staging a huge rebellion against the Roman rulers. Judea was one of the many conquered provinces that made up the Roman Empire. This region, which was also known as Palestine, was controlled by a family that served as Rome’s tax collectors, the Herods, a Greco-Arab family. This family, disguised as “Judaized” only whenever it was convenient to please the subjects they were given, was put in power in Palestine and destroyed the previous Jewish ruling family, the Maccabean family.

Besides being heavily taxed and being ruled by a non-Jewish family in Rome, the Jews were further enflamed by the requirement that a statue of the Caesar would be placed for worship in every temple throughout the Empire. In the Roman Empire, one could worship as many “gods” as they please, but legally it was required to submit to the emperor as a god as well, as it was obligatory to acknowledge the Roman leader as a divine figure among the pantheon of Roman gods. However, the Israelites would not stand for this, as it is a fundamental tenet of their faith that one shall not make graven images to symbolize the Divine. Thus, the Israelites never made any ‘representation’ of the Divine. Israel had a creed that was entirely different from the pagan Roman ideologies and philosophies, being more focused on scripture as opposed to pagan rituals and cultic statues. This presented a real problem for the Romans, whose attempt to institutionalize their pagan practices greatly aggravated the Israelites. The Romans were yet to understand that it’s not about statues for the Israelites, it’s about books. Contained in those books are what are known as the messianic prophecies. The thing that most moved the Jewish revolt against Rome was an obscured prophecy that a world ruler would come out of Palestine. These ‘books’ inspired the Jews to expect a savior who would redeem them and restore Israel to power and leadership in the world.

In 66 CE the messianic movement successfully defeated the Roman military. The victorious Jews set up a nation-state directly in the Roman Empire. The Romans were then faced with the threat that this Judaic power could spread into Judea and on into the rest of the Roman Empire. The Romans, who acquired their colonies through ruthless militancy, were known to respond to any resistance with brute force. At this time, during Nero’s reign, two of the finest military men of the Empire were the Flavians, Vespasian and his son Titus, who spent a great deal of their life outside of Rome. For over a decade they had waged war against the Druids in Brittany and Gaul. Vespasian and Titus were essentially successful in destroying the Druids, leaving behind no historical record of their existence. It was the Flavians that Nero called upon in response to the Jews’ rebellion in Judea. Nero asked his best military general, Vespasian and his son Titus to go into Judea with a huge army (60–70,000 troops). 


In the year 66 CE, the Flavians began their military campaign against the Jews. They started further north in Galilee where the first of three key events took place. They destroyed the Jewish towns of Galilee. They also captured a leader of the Jewish rebellion, Josephus Bar Mathias, who later became a critical figure in the formulation of Christianity. Josephus presented himself to the Flavians as a prophet. Josephus survived his capture by telling Vespasian that the prophecies of the Jews indicated that Vespasian would become emperor. Apparently, this intrigued Vespasian to hang on to Josephus and use him as a translator in his entourage. Vespasian also used Josephus to appeal to the Jews to surrender. Basically, Josephus began to work for the Flavians against the Jewish rebellion. Meanwhile, chaos is increasing back in Rome where Nero’s rule is being threatened. In 68 CE, the senate found the courage to depose Nero, and he supposedly committed suicide. Under this circumstance, Vespasian was a prime candidate to become emperor. 


In the middle of this war, Vespasian returned to Rome and seized the throne. The Flavians then became the new imperial family. With Vespasian becoming the new Caesar in Rome, Titus stays on the battle field and sets his sights on Jerusalem, where the other two key events take place. Titus encircles Jerusalem with a wall, and finally he raises the Temple leaving "not one stone atop the other" (Matthew 24:2). However, this took a while. The Jews were starved, and eventually, the Temple was destroyed in 70 CE. For the Jews, this was the ultimate calamity, because this was the house of their Power, and it was destroyed by the Romans quite thoroughly. Titus, of course, was the victor of this great siege, and carried the spoils of this captured city back to Rome for his triumph. All of the artifacts from the Temple that they seized they put on public display in what they referred to as the “Palace of Peace,” except for one item, the Hebrew Scripture, which Josephus records that the Flavians took and placed in their private palace where no one was allowed to see it.

Although the Flavians successfully ended the rebellion in Judea, another rebellion broke out in Alexandria, Egypt. It was clear that this was not the end of the messianic movement. They also recognized that it was the messianic literature that was fueling this movement. Once they captured the Hebrew Scripture, they had all other copies of it destroyed. This is why the Dead Sea Scrolls had to be buried in a cave, because that was the only way to safeguard them against the Roman destruction. There was not a single scrap of literature from the messianic movement until the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, which is why they are such a treasure, because they are the only real voice of the messianic movement that we have. And the real voice of the messianic movement was stern and militaristic, not pacifistic as depicted in the Greek Gospels.

Ultimately, the messianic war was a war against Rome. Thus, the Romans sought to subdue Israel's religion, so they set about influencing it and changing it. The Romans realized that they could not destroy the Jews’ religion altogether, so to subvert it they had to bring about a new and benign form of Jewish ideology. Hence, the Flavians rise to power coincided with Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity, two benign forms of Jewish ideology. It is during this period that a new literature enters history which describes a pacifistic, turn-the-other-cheek-preaching "Jewish" Messiah. Now this is not meant to suggest that Jesus did not say what he said, about loving your enemy. However, much of what Jesus taught was deliberately left out of the Greek Gospels, because the Abrahamic religion teaches the doctrine of balance, finding the middle of the two extremes, even between peace and violence. Jesus did not teach anything contrary to the Abrahamic religion.  


Love is born from understanding, and this is precisely what Jesus meant when he talked about "turning the other cheek." In other words, it is not worth getting upset with someone who is ignorant and confused. For instance, if an angry person lashes out at you and acts irrationally, then it is not appropriate for you (the smarter person) to stoop to their level. In simpler terms, with understanding comes the strength to ignore ignorance. However, if someone threatens your life, then you must protect yourself by any means necessary, but without being unjust. This is not pacifism. Pacifism is the belief that any violence whatsoever is unjustifiable under any circumstance (even life threatening situations), and that all disputes can be settled by peaceful means. While this sounds good, it is not true, and Jesus knew that it is not true. Jesus did not teach pacifism, but according to the Romans, he did. By promoting a pacifistic "Jewish" Messiah, the Romans were able to effectively influence the mentality of the Jews. The reason the Romans used the image of "Messiah" to promote pacifism is because the messianic expectations of the Jews is what fueled their revolt against Rome. So if the Messiah, the "Hero of the Jews," is portrayed as a pacifist, then it is only logical that the Jews would imitate their 'hero'.  The Romans were very clever, and their legacy of propaganda continues today in mainstream media.  


When your life and welfare are threatened by opposing forces, the scripture teaches that we should stand up and fight for justice, not power, but justice. The scripture teaches that it is our duty to defend ourselves against violence, which inevitably requires the use of violence. Thus, violence is not entirely a "bad" thing, which is the pacifistic view. Violence is only necessary to defend justice. But the reason we have so much warfare in our world today is not due to the defense of justice (although government propaganda cleverly makes it seem that way). The truth is, wars are deliberately waged by the banking dynasties for the sole purpose of gaining more control over the nations by means of introducing a problem, manipulating the reaction, and then offering the solution, which is a process that only further subjugates the people under the wealthy criminal elite. Ultimately, Jesus was not a "Jew" and he was not a "pacifist." The Romans selected certain quotes from his teachings to alter the fundamental nature of Israel's religion. In other words, the Roman production of the Greek Gospels was simply a propaganda strategy, implemented "for the greater good."    

But if the Flavians wrote the Gospels, how could a Roman family know how to write Jewish literature that refers to Jewish prophecy? The answer lies in the Flavian collaborations with a number of Jewish intellectuals, beginning with their own court historian, Josephus. Josephus arrives back in Rome with Titus, he becomes an adopted member of the Flavian family, and he becomes "Flavius Josephus." Josephus at this time begins writing the history of the war. He records that Titus gave him the Hebrew Scripture. Josephus’ histories have always been associated with the origins of Christianity.

In reading the works of Josephus side by side with the Gospels, scholars have noticed parallels between the two works. It appears as though Josephus records events which fulfill many prophecies of the Old Testament. Early Christians understood this connection. In fact, when the Bible first began to be printed in the middle ages, it included the history of Josephus. He was employed to write the official histories that we have. The other histories from this period were destroyed ruthlessly by the Romans. Josephus informs us in some very chilling passages that the Romans exerted literally complete control over all forms of literature in this period. There were alternative histories of the Jewish war written, while the Romans rounded up the writers of those histories and executed them. They rounded up all the copies of those histories and destroyed them as well. The Romans ruthlessly wiped out any alternative history so that the only history we have is written by Josephus. And we have to remember who Josephus was: he was the chief propagandist of the Flavian dynasty who was very successful. He moved back to Rome and was given an apartment in the emperor’s own townhouse and he was appointed the chronicler of the Jewish war using Vespasian’s own diaries of the events.

Also in the pages of his history, Josephus declares that the Jews’ Messiah or Christ is none other than Flavius Vespasian and his dynastic family. Josephus based this notion on the rise of the Roman emperor in Palestine, from where the world ruler was prophesied to arise. In fact, despite their non-Jewish heritage, all of the Flavian historians recorded that the Flavian Caesar was the Christ. It was important to the Flavians that they be seen as the “Christ,” as “divine” and “godlike.” And this was not near vanity. The Julio-Claudians before them had already established that presenting themselves as gods was a powerful tool in controlling their subjects.

When the Flavians took over the throne, they inherited an enormous theocracy that was already in place: the Roman Imperial Cult, which was dedicated to promoting the idea of Caesar as a god. The Imperial Cult is important because it coincides with the same period of time as the emergence of the Christ Cult. There was a whole social community and a whole social structure of territories being governed by the Imperial Cult. If one wanted to succeed, the key social community to join was the Imperial Cult, because that’s where all the movers and shakers were.

The idea of the emperor becoming an object of worship was well established in the Roman system before Vespasian and Titus came along. It was prevalent in all major centers. It even had its own priesthood. There was a ceremony and annual games for the Imperial Cult. It had many characteristics which would later color the Christian Cult. It grew in the same centers. It made claims that were later transferred to Jesus.

The Julio-Claudian Dynasty claimed that they were of a divine descent and that their power was legitimate. Their power base was the Roman Aristocracy, the Roman Nobility, all of which collapsed into this power vacuum. Vespasian was declared emperor by the troops, the Roman army. So, effectively, it was a military coup. But with the change of dynasty, they had to create a whole new lore of mythology to legitimize that dynasty. At the same time they were creating a whole new ideology to counter Jewish messianism. Eventually, these two things get mixed together.

When Vespasian died, Titus began the process of having his father ‘deified’. This is a complicated process because only the Roman senate can bestow on an individual the title of Dies or God. Titus came to the senate and presented evidence that the life of his father had been divine. Certainly this would have included the military campaign that the Flavians waged through Judea. It was at this point that the Gospels were most likely written, because the theological structure of the gospels, a god the father and the son of god, is the same one Titus would have been presenting to the Roman senate. The Roman senate did accept the evidence, and Vespasian was deified. Titus, therefore, became a “son of god.”

The Arch of Titus that still stands in modern Rome today is inscribed with a dedication to the divine Titus, son of the divine Vespasian, or son of a god. This Imperial Cult, set up to worship Caesar as “God,” also provided the basis for the structure of the Roman Catholic Church.

The rituals, paraphernalia, and symbols of paganism were transferred wholesale to the Christian Church. The most obvious and clear example is where the title of the pagan chief priest of Rome, the Pontifex Maximus, became the title of the Christian Pope. If you look at who held the original bishop positions in the Catholic Church in those early times, you will see that they are members of the same pagan aristocracy. They simply changed their clothing a little bit. They wore the same garments but they wore slightly different headdresses. They went from being priests of a pagan cult to being the priests of Rome.


Where the Vatican now stands there was once a pagan temple which celebrated the Mysteries of Mithras, a dying and resurrecting god who wasn’t Jesus. The Roman plot to invent Christianity was truly a clever scheme. Through the Pope, who is “God’s representative” on earth, they no longer needed expensive standing armies, wars, and punishment of disobedient peasants. They could, through religion, rule their subjects.

Over time, Roman Christianity propagated throughout the Empire by way of the mass media of the day, the Roman Rhodes. The Romans must have approved of this new religion, because, as some scholars ask, if the Gospels really were Jewish literature about a Roman-sentenced criminal, why wouldn’t they have been destroyed?

It is likely, therefore, that the original Gospel of Jesus was secretly kept by the Flavians, just as the original Torah was taken from the Jews. After thoroughly studying the texts of both the Torah and the Gospel, the Flavians proceeded to not only eliminate but add certain words, chapters and entire books to the collection producing what is now called the New Testament. The four gospels, though largely fabricated, still contain remnants of authentic passages from the Gospel of Jesus. It would be unreasonable to believe the Roman deception and denounce the very existence of Jesus altogether just because the Romans destroyed, concealed, and obscured the authentic original Gospel.

The messianic movement, on the other hand, would thus become a never-ending quest for the other newly created Flavian product, Rabbinic Judaism. Although this might seem contrary to the prime intentions of the Flavian conspiracy to counter the messianic movement of the Jews in the first place, the Flavians also knew that the only way to ensure subservience is to operate two opposing or conflicting government ideologies. This is a Roman tradition of its own which continues to ruthlessly reap success even today, such as the Republican vs. Democrat situation where both sides belong to a single oligarchy pursuing a secret agenda. This tactic ensures that one side or the other will always work in favor of the oligarchy. Maintaining an enemy image or an opposition of some kind to create cohesion in a society has always effectively kept citizens bound to the jurisprudence of the government of that society, despite the severity of its policies.

It is important to understand the extent of Roman control of propaganda and literature. So with Christian literature arising in this period, the question is: how did it happen? The only plausible conclusion is that it could not have happened without some degree of complicity on the part of the Romans. This leads to the conclusion that the Romans must have been involved in the production of this literature. Due to the established popularity of the oral Gospel in the first century, it was necessary for the Romans to produce their own version of “orthodoxy” that would counter any and all alternative Gospels. Therefore, many of the popular quotes that were already attributed to Jesus were simply mixed in with narratives that covertly disguise the life of Titus Flavius. This effort was aimed at portraying a divine power to be supportive of the Greek Gospels and unsupportive of any alternative or contradictory literature.   

There are passages in the Old Testament that refer to the kings of Israel being “anointed” with oil. The Hebrew word Mashiac means “anointed.” The Greek rendering of this word is Messias, which is equated with Christ. Despite the many ‘anointments’ that occurred in Israel, Jesus received this as an official title because he was the final prophet of Israel, and the last Israelite priest to be anointed. The fusion of Davidic prophecies concerning the kingship of Israel with the Messianic prophecies was used to support the notion that Jesus was a Jew descended from David. However, information from the scripture, as shown here, reveals that Jesus and his mother were Levites, not Jews. The idea of kings being ‘anointed’ gave rise to the expectation of a “Jewish Messiah descended from King David.” But apparently the Jews ignored the fact that the Levite priests also receive anointment. In fact, the Levite priests were the ones who performed the anointing of the kings. Therefore, the likely reason the Roman authors of the gospels wrote their literature from the ‘Davidic’ perspective is because perhaps the Roman authors themselves were the actual heirs of David, cryptically writing about their own bloodline. While there is little genealogical evidence to support this, we must remember that Rome created our history, and since history is written by the victor, we cannot know the whole story.  

King David was said to have had at least one daughter and 22 sons. The male descendants of King David ruled Israel until the Babylonians conquered Jerusalem in 597 BCE. Some of these exiled Jews managed to stay in Palestine while others fled to Egypt, but the Babylonians took most of the nesim, the ‘princes’ of the Davidic line, to Babylon. There, the Davidic lineage continued: Princes of the House of David were appointed by religious leaders to govern the Jewish community. This person was called Rosh ha’gola, which translates as “head of the exile” or exilarch. The last known exilarch, Hezekiah, was imprisoned and tortured to death in 1040 CE, shortly before the emergence of the Knights Templar, an esoteric order that was instrumental in expanding royal dynastic legacies.  

Descendants of the exilarchs and other nesim spread out across Mesopotamia, the Levant, Egypt and the Mediterranean basin (which is, of course, Roman territory) in search of new lands in which to practice their faith. Some stayed in Spain, Portugal and Italy, and from there migrated to Europe. Like other Jews, they followed varying routes to modernity, separating into Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Mizrahi and other groups. Some families, especially rabbinic ones, kept careful track of their pedigrees, passing the tradition of royal descent from generation to generation. But through the centuries, plagued by perennial migrations and persecution, the vast majority of King David’s descendants, a number estimated to be in the millions, lost knowledge of the line… With the little history we have, it is plausible that Josephus or Titus or perhaps both were secretly descended from the nesim, with plans to disintegrate the Israelites in a “new secular order,” for absolute control. While this can only be regarded as a theory, the evidence continues to mound in support of it. Certain heretical doctrines were preserved among the nesim, who believed that they held the “divine right” to rule the earth. They understood that their ambitions could only be achieved from behind the scenes, through religious and political subversion. It is likely, therefore, that the Greek Gospel writers were undercover nesim, cryptically institutionalizing their ideology under the name of “Christianity.”   

So the obvious question is: Why did the Gospel writers use the character of “Jesus” as a cover for the story about Titus and Josephus? The answer is that Jesus was already known at that time to be the Messiah. Too many people already knew that Jesus was the Messiah, so as part of eliminating all historical evidence of his existence, the Gospel writers had to make up a new story about him, because they could not get away with erasing him entirely. They needed a disguise for their story, because it was part of a strategy to manipulate the religion of the masses and gain more control over them, which could not work if they left Jesus unmentioned. After all, information in those days was circulated orally more than it was written. So destroying all written accounts of Jesus was only the first step. Publishing a new “official” (government-sanctioned) story about him was vital to discrediting any and all other alternative histories. This is also why the Gospels include actual quotes from Jesus, because he was already famous for those sayings. 

To produce and disseminate this newly created Greek literature was a huge undertaking, and the Flavians undoubtedly had collaborators. They were funded by the wealthiest family in the world at this time, the Alexanders, a Jewish family who served as Rome’s tax collectors in Egypt. Like the Herods in Judea, the Alexanders had strong motivation to keep the Jews’ messianic movement from threatening their position and their wealth. It is important to follow the money trail when dealing with trends. One of their family members was Philo of Alexandria, a famous Jewish theologian who was already writing works that combined Jewish beliefs with the Greek and Roman pagan beliefs of the day. Many scholars agree that his writings formed the basis for much of the philosophy of Christianity. It is from this circle of wealthy affiliates where the first signs of Christian ideology appear. After all, Julius Caesar himself said:


“As a rule, men worry more about what they can’t see than about what they can.”


After the advent of the Messiah and the Roman conspiracy, the elevation of Messiah as “God himself” served as the premise upon which no further prophets would be expected, because nothing was to exceed the “salvation of Christ.” Another long span of prophetic silence supported this notion during the 500 year interval that followed. As the doctrine of Christianity started to expand through the Mediterranean region, remnants of the lost tribes of Israel migrated throughout the Middle East. Still afflicted and confused, the diverse peoples of the scripture, Israelites and foreigners alike, found it difficult to interpret the scriptures that were so cleverly obscured by the Roman authorities. Some kind of concrete affirmation was needed, to restore the scripture to its correct context, and to disprove the contradictions and discrepancies that were prevalent among the communities that studied scripture. Among these discrepancies were the prophecies in the Gospel that foretold the coming of another prophet as well as a prophecy predicting that the Temple would be removed from Jerusalem and relocated in another region. Jesus said:

John 14:16 “And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another comforter, that he may abide with you forever

Matthew 21:43 “Therefore I say to you, the dominion of the Power (the Temple) shall be taken from you (Jerusalem/Israel), and given to a nation (Arabia/Ishmael) bringing forth the fruits thereof.

Finally, in the year 610, an Arabian resident of Mecca, a town along the trade routes of Arabia, was chosen to receive the prophethood and the scripture, to seal the prophetic legacy and to transmit an incorruptible message to not only the remnants of Israel, but to the whole world. This final testament of revelation was to reach all corners of human civilization, and to this day it continues to remain divinely guarded by a mathematical structure designated primarily for the computer age, and this mathematical structure serves as an infinite miracle preserving the texts from even the slightest alteration. This miraculous scripture is called Al-Koran, which literally translates to “The Recitation.” Before the computer age, the texts of this scripture were preserved orally, so well, in fact, that the oral transmission was often used to correct some written transmissions. The name of the final prophet is Mohammed, and the Recitation informs us that he is the “Seal of Prophets”:

The Recitation 33:40 “Mohammed is not the father of anyone of your men although a messenger of the Power and a seal of the prophets; and the Power is about every thing sciential.

Just as with Jesus, heretics have attempted to rewrite the life of Mohammed in such a manner that fits their corrupt ideological perspectives. As a result, hundreds to eventually thousands of Hadith were produced to create a deceptive façade, which has since been referred to as “Islam.” The Hadith (which means "commentary") is written much like the New Testament, purporting to recount the 'sayings and deeds' of the prophet. While some hadith are likely to contain some truth, the majority of it is false, barbaric, unintellectual and unscriptural. According to the basic portions of hadiths, nevertheless, the history that is told is as follows:

Mohammed was born in 570 CE in a city called Mecca located in Arabia. His father passed away shortly before he was born, and his mother passed away when he was six years old. Mohammed was then raised primarily by his uncle. Mohammed began working as a merchant, managing caravans between Syria and Arabia. At around the age of 25, Mohammed was employed by a wealthy widow named Khadija. By age 26, Mohammed was married to Khadija, and together they had four daughters and two sons. However, both sons of Mohammed died during infancy. And despite how common polygamy was in those days, Mohammed took no other wife besides Khadija until her death 24 years later in 619 CE.

When Mohammed was in his late 30’s, he frequently fled to a cave in Mount Hira located in the outskirts of Mecca. He would go to the quiet cave seeking solitude and peace. At that time, the Arabian Peninsula was primarily pagan, and full of rambunctious activity. Mohammed was not satisfied with the pagan doctrines or any of the religious philosophies of his time, and the scripture of Israel was yet unfamiliar to him. Thus, he would flee to a cave, away from all the unruliness, in search of serenity. In the year 610 CE, Mohammed was 40 years of age when the first verses of the Recitation were sent down to him in the cave. Through Gabriel, the Holy Spirit proceeded to pass on the verbatim word of the Almighty to Mohammed with the first words of the Recitation 96:1-5:

Read, by name of your Master, who created; He created the perceiver from a clot. Read, and your Master is the Generous, who taught by the pen; He taught the perceiver what he did not know.

In the beginning, Mohammed thought he was losing his mind and going mad. However, it wasn’t long before it became clear to him that he had been chosen for a prophetic mission. The prophet precisely conveyed the revelations he received from Gabriel. The voice of Gabriel was the verbatim word of the Almighty. Mohammed was often inspired in the presence of his companions. It is alleged that when this would happen, Mohammed would undergo epileptic seizures foaming out of the mouth and would come out of these convulsions spewing the divine revelations verbatim as he received them. This happened periodically over a course of almost 23 years, from 610 to 632. 

Aside from the prophet’s own written transmissions, his companions also wrote down the revelations on whatever they could find, such as tablets, pieces of leather, tree trunks, bones, and the flat ends of date palm fronds. Hundreds of copies would be immediately produced after these strange phenomena, and hundreds to eventually thousands of acknowledgers would remember each verse meticulously word for word as the Recitation was being revealed gradually. The oral memorization of complex literature and poetry was not unordinary in the ancient Middle East. The method of keeping records at the time was predominantly oral. Hence, the entire Arabic Koran has for centuries been memorized word for word by thousands of scholars. The rhythmic style and eloquent expression of the Arabic Recitation makes it easy to memorize, which is described as one of its essential qualities for preservation (44:58, 54:17, 22, 32, 40). On average, it takes anywhere from 3 to 6 years to memorize the Recitation. In Muslim countries, an official license is issued to individuals who have achieved this. 

As faith in the revelations spread, the authorities of Mecca realized that the Recitation was beginning to expose their true convictions as a corrupt government. Members of the small movement directed by the prophet were covered in dirt while they prayed, beat with sticks, stoned, imprisoned, and merchants refused service to them. Eventually, the prophet gained allegiance in the city of Yathrib, 280 miles north of Mecca wherein there was need for a leader. A delegation from Yathrib proposed that the prophet should be granted a role of authority. When the news of the prophet’s plan reached authorities in Mecca, they assembled search parties to prevent him from leaving the city. However, the prophet managed to sneak out of the city and evade the search parties arriving safely in Yathrib. This event became known as the Hijra and marked the first day of the Hijra Calendar in 622 CE, although Mohammed himself did not institute such a calendar. The city of Yathrib was renamed Medinat al-Nabi (City of the Prophet) which is more commonly known today as Medina.    

Before the death of the prophet, it was uncertain whether or not any new revelations should be expected. Therefore, the Recitation was not considered ‘complete’ until the passing of the prophet brought reassurance that there would be no further revelations. It is said that the prophet would annually perform an oral recitation of the revelations to their current extent in the presence of the spirit Gabriel. However, in the year Mohammed died, he precariously recited it ‘twice’. It is thus understood that his ‘second’ recitation was recited upon a divine instruction to reorganize the order of chapters. From the time Mohammed began to receive divine revelation in 610 to the time he passed away in 632, the Recitation was revealed to him in a different chronological order than that of which we read today. The first revelation revealed was Chapter 96, the second was Chapter 68, the third was Chapter 73 and so on.


Original Chronological Sequence of Revelation:


1…96, 2…68, 3…73, 4…74, 5…1, 6…111, 7…81, 8…87, 9…92, 10…89, 11…93, 12…94, 13…103, 14…100, 15…108, 16…102, 17…107, 18…109, 19…105, 20…113, 21…114, 22…112, 23…53, 24…80, 25…97, 26…91, 27…85, 28…95, 29…106, 30…101, 31…75, 32…104, 33…77, 34…50, 35…90, 36…86, 37…54, 38…38, 39…7, 40…72, 41…36, 42…25, 43…35, 44…19, 45…20, 46…56, 47…26, 48…27, 49…28, 50…17, 51…10, 52…11, 53…12, 54…15, 55…6, 56…37, 57…31, 58…34, 59…39, 60…40, 61…41, 62…42, 63…43, 64…44, 65…45, 66…46, 67…51, 68…88, 69…18, 70…16, 71…71, 72…14, 73…21, 74…23, 75…32, 76…52, 77…67, 78…69, 79…70, 80…78, 81…79, 82…82, 83…84, 84…30, 85…29, 86…83, 87…2, 88…8, 89…3, 90…33, 91…60, 92…4, 93…99, 94…57, 95…47, 96…13, 97…55, 98…76, 99…65, 100…98, 101…59, 102…24, 103…22, 104…63, 105…58, 106…49, 107…66, 108…64, 109…61, 110…62, 111…48, 112…5, 113…9, 114…110

The prophet was the first to write down the Recitation as it was revealed to him and when he died, the transcription of the Recitation was completed, although not in one book, but rather on pieces of wood, paper, palm leaves, bones…etc. It was the first Caliph, Abu Bakr who collected the Recitation into one book. The manuscript on which the Recitation was collected remained with Abu Bakr and then with Umar (the second Caliph), and after him, it remained with Hafsa, Umar’s daughter and one of the prophet’s wives. That copy of the Recitation was the only copy made after Mohammed’s own copy. It is from that copy that Uthman, the third Caliph, made other copies to distribute to different regions of the Islamic Empire. Uthman returned Hafsa’s copy of the Recitation to her. Her copy, however, was later burned by Marwan b. Hakam (d.65/684). The burning of Hafsa’s copy was the last maneuver in covering up the addition of two false verses in the ninth chapter, as discovered later.

Of the copies made by Uthman, two still exist today. One is in the city of Tashkent, (Uzbekistan) and the second one is in Istanbul (Turkey). From these oldest copies more copies were made and distributed throughout the world. Although many famous “Muslim scholars” claim that all the copies of the Recitation anywhere in the world are the same, they are only exposing their ignorance to the facts and misleading people to acknowledge their false teachings. The only motive for them is their misunderstanding of and inability to comprehend verse 15:9. The most standardized editions of the Recitation in the world today is the one printed in Cairo, Egypt in 1924 (approved in 1918), after which came the King Fahd edition in Saudi Arabia. Comparing the Egyptian edition to the oldest available Recitation, the Tashkent copy, shows that there were many human errors in the Tashkent copy that had to be corrected when the Egyptian edition was made. The errors were obvious because the Recitation has always been completely memorized and kept in its oral transmission to this very day and can be verified against any written book. It is ridiculous to consider that the Almighty meant to preserve and protect the ‘written books’ for example by Uthman (the Tashkent copy), or any other human being for this matter as they are full of human errors. The Creator’s promise is to provide the means to verify any written transcription of the Recitation against what He has in the Master Tablets as stated in 85:21-22.

The Creator’s promise to preserve the correct Recitation was proven when the written manuscript of the Tashkent copy could be verified against the memorized Recitation. This proof was then strengthened and confirmed by a mathematical structure in the Recitation discovered in 1974. That year 1974, which happens to be 1406 lunar-years after the first revelation of the Recitation in 610 (1406 = 19x74), was a milestone in proving that the Recitation passed down to us in the oral and written form has been preserved and is in fact verifiable. This mathematical structure that is based on the number 19 and exclusively described in Chapter 74 of the Recitation, confirmed the accuracy of the transmitted Recitation and allowed the confirmation of any written Recitation and exposed the “always-suspicious” two verses of Chapter 9 (verses 128-129) as false and unauthorized.

The human errors in Uthman’s copy shows that the scribes were no more than human beings who made mistakes and their writings are not ‘holy’ writings. Only the Recitation, as the Almighty keeps it, is HOLY and intact, and from it He guarantees for us the accuracy of future copies. It is of importance to mention that all these human errors in the early writings did not change the message of the Recitation and were easily detectable. After all, the Recitation is a message, and not just some ‘poetic’ piece of literature. Nevertheless, dogmatists have strove ardently to ‘disprove’ the authenticity of the Recitation, but have only exposed their ignorance to the prophecies that have remained in front of them from the beginning.

Anyone who has knowledge of scripture will know that there are several prophecies which clearly allude to the prophet Jesus the Messiah. However, anyone who has diligently investigated the scripture and their Semitic languages will know that there are also prophecies which clearly allude to the prophet Mohammed. Another problem, though, is that Jesus is assumed to have fulfilled certain prophecies that are not about him, but about all of Israel. This is where the scribes had their way with the scripture, inventing stories based on previous prophecies to produce the illusion of “fulfillment.”The Greek Gospel writers obscured and distorted the original Gospel in order to arrange their literary plots in such a manner that made Jesus seem to have “fulfilled” the prophecies of Isaiah 53 and Psalm 22, which correctly do not speak of a single man but the nation of Israel as a whole. These embellishments served as the platform upon which the doctrines of Christianity could be devised, whereby the Messiah came to be regarded as the exclusive and unique “son of God” instead of all Israel. Another misconception is the idea that Jesus will return to this world, which is a misinterpretation of the prophecies about the “son of man.” Just as Jesus never called himself the “son of God,” neither did he ever call himself the “son of man.” Although he used the term frequently, not once did he directly ascribe it to himself. But despite these discrepancies, the Messiah definitely completed the mission for which he was sent. So the revelation delivered to the Messiah was the final message intended for Israel exclusively, while the revelation delivered to Mohammed is the final message intended for the world. 


Contrary to “Islamic” tradition, the Recitation does not “abrogate” the Torah or the Evangel! In fact, the Recitation assures its readers that in order to uphold the correct law we must keep the commandments of the Torah and the Evangel. The Torah is a collection of all the scriptures revealed to all the prophets of Israel preceding Jesus, including the five books of Moses, known as the Pentateuch. The Evangel, however, is not fully preserved, nor do all the books of the New Testament bear its message. What’s left of it, nevertheless, can only be judged according to the criterion of the Recitation, which states:      

4:136O you, those who acknowledged, acknowledge about the Power and His messenger and the scripture which He sent down upon His messenger and the scripture which He sent down from before; and who disregards about the Power and His emissaries and His scripture and His messengers and the End Day, so verily he is misguided a misguidance far.

11:17So is he who is upon a proof from his Master and proclaims it a witness from Him? And from before it was a scripture of Moses, an ethicality and a mercy; these acknowledge about it, and who disregards about it among the denominations, so the fire is his appointment; so do not be in dissent from it, that it is the truth from your Master, although most of the people do not acknowledge.

5:43But how can they appoint you as a judge while they have with them the Torah wherein there is a judgment of the Power? So they turn away from after this, and those are not acknowledging.

5:44It is that We sent down the Torah in which is guidance and light; the prophets judged by it, those who surrendered, for those who were Jews and the educators and the scholars with what they memorized of a scripture of the Power, and they were witnesses to it; so do not be afraid of the people, but be afraid of Me; and do not buy with My signs a price little; and who does not judge by what the Power sent down, so those, they are the disregarders.”

5:45And We prescribed for them therein that: the soul with the soul and the eye with the eye and the nose with the nose and the ear with the ear and the tooth with the tooth and the perpetrations a retaliation. But who is lenient with it, so it is an expiation for him; and who does not judge by what the Power sent down, so those, they are the unjust.”

5:46And We sent upon their footsteps with Jesus, son of Mary, verifying what was between his hands of the Torah and We gave him the Evangel wherein was guidance and light and confirming what was between his hands of the Torah and guidance and admonition for the fearful.

5:47And a company of the Evangel shall judge by what the Power sent down in it; and who does not judge by what the Power sent down, so those, they are the rebels.

5:66And if it were that they had established the Torah and the Evangel and what was revealed to them from their Master, surely they would have eaten from above them and from beneath their feet; among them is a community moderate, but many of them, troubling is what they do.  

What does it mean to judge the Evangel by what the Power sent down in it? The answer is simple: it means that not everything in the New Testament was sent down by the Power. Some of it is manmade and corrupt, namely, the letters of Paul, the founder of “Christianity.” It is because of Paul that the scriptures of Moses are utterly disregarded by most Christians. Nevertheless, the law still stands, and the Ten Commandments are not “abrogated” by anything.

The following is some of what Jesus had to say in the Evangel:

John 5:46-47 “If you would have acknowledged Moses, you would have acknowledged me, for he wrote of me. But if you do not acknowledge his writings, how shall you acknowledge my words?

Matthew 5:17-18 “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. 

Mark 12:29 “The first of all the commandments is: Hear, O Israel, the Lord our Power is One Lord.

John 14:28 “My Father is greater than I

John 13:16 “No messenger is greater than the one who sent him

Matthew 7:21-23 “Not everyone who calls me ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but who does the will of my Father in heaven. Many say to me that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in your name and cast out devils in your name and did many miracles in your name?’ Then I will say to them, ‘I never knew you, depart from me, you who work iniquity.’ 

John 20:17 “I ascend to my Father and your Father, to my Power and your Power.


The “Islamic” Problem

Since the 7th century, Arabia has claimed a ‘religion’ calling it “Islam.” The problem with this ‘religion’ is that this “Islam” is secular, not universal. It is centered on tradition, not faith. Many traditions which existed in Arabia prior to the revelation of the Recitation (al-Quran) have been preserved under the guise of this “Islam” which is not the true law, but has been fanatically made to seem as such. As a result of this heretical schism, a fraudulent system of government has been wrongfully instituted upon multiple societies in the so-called “Islamic world.” While many have been duped into accepting it as a valid form of rule, it completely violates the primary book it claims to derive its policies from, that is the Recitation (Koran). This fraudulent manmade system of government is referred to as “Sharia Law” which is perhaps one of the greatest corruptions ever perpetrated against humanity.

The Recitation 9:97
The Arabs are stronger in disregard and hypocrisy, and it is likelier that they will not know the limits of what the Power sent down upon His messenger, and the Power is sciential, wise.

Although “Sharia Law” has been dubbed “Islamic,” it is in complete opposition to the Arabic word Islam. The Arabic word al-Islam translates literally to “the Surrenderance.” It is derived from the Arabic root Salam which means “Peace.” However, previous so-called “Islamic” civilizations, such as the Ottoman Empire, did not represent the Surrenderance in its purity whatsoever. Needless to say, more recent organizations such as the Taliban and ISIS do not represent “Peace” in any way, shape or form. Such organizations are the rotten fruition of deliberate arrangements orchestrated from behind the scenes between international alliances whose covert operations remain cleverly masked by a mirage of heavily funded cover-ups which in turn are covered up by bazaar and strategic methods of propaganda. 

So as for those who ignorantly think that the Koran prescribes acts of terrorism:

4:29-30 “…and do not slay yourselves, that the Power is with you merciful; and who does this in opposition and injustice, so soon We burn him in a fire, and this for the Power is easy. 

5:32 “…who slays a self – except for murder or corruption – it would be as if he slew all the people, and who saves it, so it is as if he saved all the people…

17:33 “And do not slay a self, the Power forbids it, except by the truth. And who is slain unjustly, so verily We have made for his guardian authority so he shall not exceed in slaying, that he is helped.

2:190 “And fight in a route of the Power those who fight you and do not offend, that the Power does not love the offending.

2:195 “And spend in a route of the Power, and do not throw yourselves with your hands into destruction, and excel, that the Power loves the excelling.

42:40-42 “The recompense of an evil is an evil like it, but who pardons and improves, so his payment is upon the Power, that He does not like the unjust. And surely who defends his self after he is wronged, so those, there is not against them of a route. Only is there a route against those who wrong the people and rebel in the earth without truth; these, for them is a punishment painful.  

During the past fourteen centuries, traditions, customs, superstitions, and innovations have corrupted the surrenderance. Gradually, these distortions have come to be vested with such religious solemnity that anyone who questions them finds himself regarded as the dangerous “innovator” and “heretic.” However, the true “Islam” is derived from the Koran alone and not from the traditions or cultures of ‘Muslim’ people. There is even more irony concerning a statement recounted in the Hadith collections in which the prophet himself forbade the people from writing down anything he said unless it was part of the Koran:


The prophet said, “Do not write down anything from me except the Qur’an.”

(Ahmed, Vol. 1, Page 171, and Sahih Muslim)


Sharia Law, which is a Hadith invention, deceivingly opposes the scripture and is part of a broad and secretive agenda that seeks to undermine the law as it is laid down in the scripture. As a result of these corrupt influences, Dr. Rashad Khalifa, the man responsible for discovering the math miracle, was brutally assassinated, because the incredibly divine mathematics invariably purifies the law of the corrupt man-made insertions that are deliberately orchestrated to make the law seem unappealing.

Ultimately, the state of surrenderance belongs to the individual alone, not to any community or group. This is why the term al-Islam (the surrenderance) occurs with the definite article (the) in the Recitation, to assure us that it is not a proper name. The terms “their surrenderance” and “your surrenderance” also occur in the Recitation to emphasize this fact. It is crucial to understand that “the surrenderance” is NOT a proper name or a label. Rather, it is a description of one’s total devotion and obedience to the Almighty alone through peace, without idolizing or ‘mimicking’ Jesus, Mohammed or any of the prophets and saints. Linguistically, whenever the moo sound occurs in Arabic at the beginning of a word, it usually denotes a kind of activity. Thus, when the moo is combined with Islam, the word becomes Muslim, which translates literally to “one who surrenders,” which is not a proper name or a label, but an activity. The English word “Muslim,” however, is a label, because it is not English, and is therefore inappropriate for English usage. 

Yahovah the Power & the Definition of “God”

Another detrimental misconception is the notion that Allah is the ‘name’ of some ‘god’. It is important to understand that this word is NOT a proper name, but a contraction of the definite article al (the) and Elah (Power), meaning “the Power.” The Hebrew word El is a very ancient Semitic term most often used for greatness, strength and power. Thus, ancient pagan Mesopotamian cultures associated this concept with an ox or bull, a personification of the idol called “Baal.” This is why the English letter A looks like an upside-down bull with horns. Nevertheless, the Hebrew word Eloh and its plural Elohim, correctly translates to “power(s)”. In fact, there are many occurrences in the Old Testament in which the word Elohim is used to refer to entities other than the Eternal, such as idols, false gods and “mighty” people. The following are some examples of the usage of Elohim:

  • Genesis 23:6 & 31:29
  • Exodus 4:16 & 7:1
  • Deuteronomy 10:17 & 28:32
  • Joshua 22:22
  • Psalm 82:1 & 82:6
  • Psalm 136:2


Aramaic is basically the same as the Hebrew and Arabic. The Greek word Theos carries the same meaning. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, GOD is the common Teutonic word for a personal object of religious worship, applied to all the superhuman beings of the heathen mythologies, and various kinds of idols. Upon the conversion of the Teutonic races to monotheism, the word "God" was adopted as the name of the One Supreme Being, but this is error. The correct personal proper name of the One Supreme Being is Yahovah, which is interpreted to mean “Existing One” or “He Who Is” or “The Eternal.” Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics and Webster's Twentieth Century Dictionary Unabridged agree that the origin of the word “God” is Teutonic paganism.

Gad is a Syrian or Canaanite deity of good luck or fortune. In Hebrew, it is written GD, but with Masoretic vowel-pointing, it is “Gad.” Other scriptural references to a similar deity, also written GD, have a vowel-pointing giving us “Gawd” or “God.” Gad, or Gawd is identified with Jupiter, the Sky-deity or the Sun-deity. In Indo-Germanic dictionaries, only one word resembles “god.” It is ghodh and is pronounced the same. This word means union, also sexual union or mating. Clearly, the word “God” has nothing to do with the Power (Elohim) or His proper name YHVH (Yahovah).   

Exodus 6:2-3
Elohim spoke to Moses and said, “I am Yahovah. And I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob as Eloh Shaddai (Power Almighty), but by My name Yahovah I did not make Myself known to them.”

Obviously, Yahovah and Allah are not different beings or persons. Clearly, “Yahovah” (Eternal One) is the ‘name’ of the Power (al-Elah/Allah). For those who do not speak Hebrew or Arabic, needless to say, the Hebrew or Arabic terms do not apply, because such words without accurately perceived meanings would be nothing more than labels, which distort and misrepresent the universality of the law. The only word that needs to be transliterated is YHVH (Yahovah), because its exact meaning remains unknown and this word does not exist in any language other than Hebrew.

Isaiah 45:18
For thus says Yahovah, who created the heavens, who is Elohim, who formed the earth and made it, who established it and did not create it a waste, but formed it to be inhabited, “I am Yahovah and there is none else.”

Ultimately, the term “al-islam” (the surrenderance) is simply the Arabic conveyance of the same divine law that was revealed in prehistoric antiquity, long before the advent of the Recitation (Koran). Although the word “Islam” is relatively new, the concept of ‘the surrenderance’ (in whatever language) is as old as creation itself. Since every messenger delivered the message in the language of their people, they described their surrenderance to the Power, not using the Arabic word “Islam” or “Muslim,” but rather through their own languages. In the end, the entire universe surrenders to the Power either willingly or unwillingly, by conquest and consent.


The Recitation was revealed in Arabia, and this is why verse 9:97 from the Recitation says that the Arabs are more likely to misunderstand what the Power revealed to His messenger. Because the Recitation was delivered in their territory and in their language, a kind of chauvinism developed, and the Arabs thus invented a denomination called “Islam” which violates the Recitation in multiple ways. Thousands upon thousands of alleged “sayings and deeds” falsely ascribed to the prophet Mohammed were fabricated during and after his lifetime, which have since come to be interpreted (incorrectly) as the outward expression of the message contained in the Recitation. This was done in an attempt to secretly repudiate the law with a permanent set of manmade rules and customs (according to middle-eastern tradition) for the purpose of expanding and enriching hierarchical power in the newly fabricated ‘creed’ inappropriately called “Islam.”

19 Facts You Should Know:

  1. The Recitation (Koran) was not invented or worded by the prophet Mohammed.
  2. The Recitation has not suffered any literary discrepancies (other than the suspected addition of 9:128-129) since the time of its original transmission in the 7th century.
  3. The Recitation is not consistent with and does not mention anything about the alleged reputations that have been attributed to the prophet Mohammed via Hadith literature.
  4. The Recitation does not command or permit the death penalty for apostasy.
  5. The Recitation does not command or permit the act of stoning.
  6. The Recitation does not ordain amputation for theft.
  7. The Recitation does not forbid music or singing.
  8. The Recitation does not forbid ferment in all usages.
  9. The Recitation does not allow forced marriages.
  10. The Recitation does not reject Jesus.
  11. The Recitation does not mention “72 virgins in paradise.”
  12. The Recitation does not mention “five daily prayers.” The traditional “five daily prayers” are a Hadith invention. The Recitation ordains only three daily prayers: in the morning, afternoon and evening, same as the Old Testament (see Psalms 55:17 & Daniel 6:10).
  13. The Recitation does not encourage polygamy, but only allows it under a circumstance in which mothers are needed for orphans, not for sexual relations. 
  14. The Recitation does not command or permit men to beat their wives in any way shape or form. Any English mistranslation that attempts to legitimize ‘wife-beating’ should be disregarded.
  15. The Recitation does not command women to wear a hijab, niqab, or burka. Such practices predate the Recitation and derive from ancient traditional customs. There’s nothing wrong with it, but it is not mandatory.
  16. The Recitation does not mention the word “mosque.” Mosque is a mistranslation of the word Masjid, which is derived from the Arabic word sajada meaning “to submit.” Therefore, Masjid simply means “place of submission” which is more accurately translated as “Temple.”
  17. The Recitation does not forbid dogs or any other pets. Such prohibitions are Hadith inventions. The Recitation actually supports the idea of dogs as pets (18:22).
  18. The Recitation does not prescribe a lunar calendar, but it clearly ordains a lunisolar calendar (see: Timekeeping According to Scripture.)
  19. The Recitation does not support, ordain or condone the policies outlined in "Sharia Law." 


Immediately following the death of the prophet Mohammed, confused and schismatic Muslims battled intensively in a hierarchical struggle for a dictatorial seat to “govern all of Islam.” Because these Muslims did not understand the correspondence between the Recitation and previous scriptures, a new and innovative creed emerged which has since come to be seen as “Traditional Islam.” As Muslim communities quickly grew, an ironically anti-Islamic system was developed by so-called “scholars” to govern and manipulate the collective existence of Muslims, but not in compliance with the Recitation. This manipulative, anti-Islamic system is called “Sharia Law,” and yet unbeknownst to most ignorant Muslims, it is in violation of the very fundamentals of their most sacred book.

Today there are several heresies such as the Sunni and Shia sects, the Sufis, the Salafis, the Wahhabis, the Taliban, and many others. These ideologies reject the completeness of the Recitation (Koran), which is the only revelation that was revealed to the prophet Mohammed. Therefore, in order to compromise with the Recitation, the early Muslims who battled for the authoritative superiority of Muslim communities not only added two additional verses to the Recitation (which has been exposed by the Math Miracle), but sought to invent stories and malicious lies and then attribute them to the prophet. This was done in order to exalt the prophet according to Arabic tradition so that practices and customs unauthorized by the Recitation could continue to be enforced upon the gullible masses through indirect means and falsely justified by the notion that the prophet himself ordained such practices. These absurd fabrications, which have since come to be seen as the actual “sayings and deeds” of the prophet, are the foundation of the Sharia system, which is in complete violation of the Recitation.

It has been documented in Muslim, Ahmed and other sources of Hadith that the prophet Mohammed prohibited the writing of his hadith. All the hadith collections we have today, and which are regarded by the hadith scholars as “authentic” (sahih), were written two centuries after the death of the prophet; for two centuries there was no authorized documentation of the hadith in accordance with the prohibition left by the prophet. Out of the sahih collections we have today, the first to be written was that of Bukhari who was born in 870 AD, over two centuries after the prophet Mohammed. It is also important to note that the authors of the other six hadith collections, like Muslim and Abu Dawood, were all born after Bukhari.

The Recitation also confirms that it is in accordance with the Power’s will that the fabrication of the hadith was allowed to happen in order to serve as criteria for exposing the faithful from the hypocrites (Rec. 6:112). Those who are attracted to and uphold hadith are proven to be imposters. This can easily be explained by the fact that the true servants are satisfied with the Power alone. They are satisfied with the Power’s words alone and with the Power’s law alone. They accept the words of the Power which describe the Scripture as complete and fully detailed, and therefore they do not need any other source for their law. They obey the Power’s command to uphold no source of law beside His scripture (Rec. 6:114-115).

Due to the influence of these misleading heresies, the law of surrenderance has been supplanted by a mirage of imposters, stressing its fundamentals to gain support for their own imperial objectives. In fact, the Ottoman Empire, which deceivingly ushered in a “golden age” for Islam, was a prime example of this. After centuries of decline, the Islamic world, which was built upon corrupt foundations from the beginning, weakened to the point of collapse. As a result, the Western (British) powers, as part of their age-old strategy of ‘Divide and Conquer,’ fostered the rise of Islamic extremism to both serve as agent-provocateurs and to malign the reputation of the Recitation. These sects, known to scholars as “Revivalists,” did not ‘revive’ anything other than an opportunity by which they could rewrite the law to better serve their sponsors. Thus were created the notorious Wahhabi and Salafi sects, from which derive the Muslim Brotherhood, which has since gradually subverted the political infrastructure of not only the West, but every major nation of the world. The story of the development of these deviant sects involves the bizarre doctrines and hidden networks of occult secret societies, being based on a Rosicrucian myth of Egyptian Freemasonry, which sees the Muslim radicals as inheritors of an ancient mystery tradition of the Middle East which was passed on to the Knights Templar during the Crusades, thus forming the foundation of the legends of the Holy Grail. These beliefs would not only form the cause for the association of Western intelligence agencies with “Islamic” fundamentalists, but would fundamentally shape much of twentieth century history.