God of Animals

21/11/2023 02:45

God of Animals


The story of the flood, known as the 'antediluvian period' in the religious history of the Earth, as according to Judaism, founded by Isaac, son of Abraham, who was ordered by God to take Isaac to the top of a mountain and kill him as a human sacrifice (Gen: 22. 12), God had drowned the Earth in a deluge of rain that continued ‘for forty days and forty nights’ (Gen: 7. 4), was characterized by the patriarch Noah's building of a floating Ark, which means 'box', (Gen: 7. 2) to put breeding pairs of all of the animals of the Earth inside. The Jews' narrative is that of God's extermination of the descendants of Eve, the woman, and Adam, the first man created by God (Gen: 2. 7), because God wasn't pleased. More logically, it's supposable that Isaac wasn't, although an angel of God reportedly saved him from being sacrificed by Abraham upon God's reflecting on his own psychopathic nature.

 That Jesus 'Christ', 'the chosen', known throughout the New Testament of the Christian Bible, which they believe supersedes the Old Testament of the history and law of Judaism, that is, the Torah and Talmud, as 'the lamb of God' (John: 1. 29), was a human sacrifice, tends to support the belief that Isaac fought in the same way as Jesus, who preached 'Love your neighbor as you love yourself.' (Mk: 12. 31) That Jesus was the chosen lamb of human sacrifice seems evident, while the subsequent history of Christianity tends to strengthen the argument of humans as animal sacrifice from the perspective of those worshiping God, for example, during the Second World War (1939-45), 6,000,000 Jews and other ethnic minorities were killed in death camps specifically built for that purpose by the Germans, led by Chancellor Adolf Hitler, as the Jews had been chosen as a 'scapegoat' for Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II's own unsuccessful failure to enslave the Earth in World War One (1914-18) for that Christian Empire.

 That Isaac was to be sacrificed, like an animal, and Jesus, 'the lamb', was sacrificed, was meant to signify humans as animals farmed for butchering, although Dror Ben Ami had this to say in a 2015 issue of The Jerusalem Post, ‘… the blood sacrifice of Jesus was a more effective way to remove sins [than animals, which are still sacrificed for their efficacy in Judaism] ...'1 The idea is of humans sacrificed as animals to remove sin. However, aren't they sinful in that they butcher humans as animals? Jesus is then the figure of an animal that forgives its being butchered, as a role model for the slaughtered to identify with, so making it easier for the butcher to butcher, which is made especially auspicious by Jesus' Resurrection and Ascension to heaven. However, if Christianity is to be taken seriously, there's significance to Jesus' role other than that of a slaughtered human who doesn't mind the butcher, because the meat's a prison.

 God's promise is of immortal spirit bodies. However, legitimizing the execution by reference to the exemplary slaughtering of Jesus, 'the lamb', and his forgiveness eternal thereafter, seems overly accepting of the irrelevance of the meat in the light of a promising butcher. God created the heavens and the Earth in the antediluvian period, according to Isaac's Judaism, and placed in the paradise of Eden the angel, Satan, turned into a serpent by God for rejecting God's plan that the human host be greater than the angelic. Giving Eve, 'the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil', which it was death to taste, Satan told her, 'You shall be as gods.' (Gen: 3. 15) Expelling Eve and Adam for rejecting 'the fruit of the tree of life', which was immortality, for ephemerality in slavery, God nevertheless promised Eve her 'seed' would prevail, 'You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.' (Gen: 3. 15) According to Jewish Midrash Adam was hermaphroditic, which means that Eve, who is described as being created from the side or rib of Adam, was the result of a birth from self-fertilization. Eve and Adam were 'women's seed', called futanarian, that is, God’s foot, whereas Satan's a type of the butcher.

 Born uncontaminated by male semen from his mother, the Virgin Mary, Jesus was her foot, which was why she was depicted in Christian iconography as crushing the head of the serpent with her foot, as the role of women's seed was to produce brainpower strong enough to resist being butchered, that is, immortality through medicine, and colonization of the planets amongst the stars of heaven. Jesus' Resurrection and Ascension to heaven was therefore in prefiguration of that of women's seed, as Jesus' disciple John observed in his apocalyptic vision of the future, 'Men cursed the God of heaven for their pains and their sores but refused to repent of what they had done.' (Rev: 16. 11) What they'd done was make women's seed ephemeral slaves to be butchered as animals, on the understanding that, ‘washed’, ‘in the blood of the lamb' (Rev: 7. 14), Jesus, their ‘robes’ were again ‘white’, and they were forgiven for their sin, in accordance with Jesus' words on the cross of his crucifixion, atop the hill of Calvary, outside the city of Jerusalem, nailed there by the Romans, until he died in the name of their Emperor, Tiberius Caesar Augustus (14-37 C.E.), during the occupation of Jewish Palestine, 'Forgive them for they know not what they do.' (Luke: 23. 34) Jesus' forgiveness was for what remained of the human race of futanarian women in the species, which was ignorant and didn't understand, as John saw, 'The dragon was wroth with the woman and went to wage war on the remnant of her seed.' (Rev: 12. 17) With the butcher forgiven, the slaughter went on.

 The preamble to the crucifixion is that Jesus was discovered by his disciple, Judas, with a woman. Notifying the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, Judas had Jesus handed over to the Romans, despite Jesus' mild rebuke to Judas, 'Leave her alone.' (Mk: 14. 6) Given that women's host wombs birth after fertilization, the societal impetus for Jesus' execution was the wider acceptance of Judas' homosexuality, representing the disinterestedness of the slaver and the butcher, that is, Jesus was slaughtered as he was women's seed, which isn't homosexual, as all of its host wombs are for all of its seed. Perceiving Jesus as a self-sacrifice, for which he forgave himself as the butcher, is what psychopathic killers use to justify their activity as murderers.

 Butchers forgiving themselves for killing isn't the meaning of Jesus' death, Resurrection and Ascension, which prefigures that of women's seed, 'The dragon stood before the woman, who was about to give birth, so that it might devour her child the moment it was born.' (Rev: 12. 4) The ‘red dragon’ is depicted as the butcher and the devourer, which suggests that humans aren’t sacrifice, but rather meat product. In humans accepting that they’re food, they’re forgiven for their sin, which is that of tempting the homosexual, represented by the ‘blood plague’ (Rev: 11. 6), that is, the ‘incurable killer disease’ of the late 20th century, human immune deficiency virus (HIV), discovered by Africa’s DR Congo in 1983, being transmitted between homosexuals, as a mutant variant of the simian immune deficiency virus (SIV).

 Primarily transmitted through infected semen in the anus from penile penetrations in the course of sterile mockeries of the act of human sexual fertilization of the ovum in the host womb of a woman, HIV resulted in acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), collapse of the organs of the body and death. As the serpent’s seed, homosexuality’s role is that of the slaver who kills, as it’s a species’ killer, that is, it’s the virus of a syndrome. As Jesus said, when a woman was accused of adultery, ‘Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.’ (John: 8. 7) As women aren’t the serpent’s seed, they aren’t adulterous, but rather adulterated, which means they don’t have sin fire’s, which is homosexuality’s desire to human host womb slave for pederasty in war against women’s seed.

 The ancient Greeks institutionalized pederasty to wage war against the Persian Empire of Darius (499-49 B.C.), for example, while ‘Trojan virus’ became a 20th century ‘geek’ euphemism for computer malfunction, that is, brain death, after the Greek poet Homer’s portrayal in his Iliad (c. 760-10 B.C.) of how the Greeks persuaded the Trojans in Asia Minor, at the mouth of modern Turkey’s Dardanelles straits to the Aegean sea and the Mediterranean, to take inside the hollow horse they’d hid inside, before emerging to sack the city of Troy there. The designing of ‘bad machine code’ (BMC) to infect computers as virus was a similar ruse indicative of homosexual activity. They addicted users to force themselves upon, which is the method of complication applied by slavery in the modern era, as anyone who’s wondered at easy made difficult will have guessed. The cashless bank, which doesn’t have money when a withdrawal is required, for example, or the repeated requests for a user to change a secure computer login password, requiring change across a multitude of devices and systems, so the point of exhaustion and collapse is reached, which activates the homosexual to prey on the victim.

 The praying concept is deliberately confused by those who like to prey, that is, those who go to Christian places of worship, pray, whereas for those who prey upon them, praying for God’s help is what they’re prey for. Christian imagery of church congregations, as flocks of sheep pastored by priests, wearing dog collars, doesn’t do much to dissuade the preying. Nor does imagery of Jesus, as the shepherd of Christianity, who is also ‘the lamb of God’, as for the butcher it’s more prey. The concept of war dogs is similarly obfuscating, as Mark Anthony’s speech shows, after Caesar, the Roman Emperor, is stabbed to death in the back by members of Rome’s Senate (44 B.C.), in English dramatist William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar (1599), as dog collar wearing priests are then seen as preparing their flocks for slaughter by the butcher, which is what those who prey have them for:


‘O, pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth,

That I am meek and gentle with these butchers!

Cry “Havoc!” and let slip the dogs of war ..’.2



 From the perspective of the butcher, all of the slaves who’re sold on war, that is, the soldier, are defensive women, in that they’re the ‘remnant’ of women’s seed, sent to die by worriers of the behind, which is what the fear of AIDS, as a biological weapon, deployed by homosexuality, for host womb slavery of the human race, in pederasty for war against women’s seed, was for. That God drowned the Earth, at a time when hermaphroditism was normative, is according to Isaac, who founded Judaism, as he didn’t want to be slaughtered as an animal, by his father, in butchery. That breeding in pairs is meant to be taken as a sign, for the future of animal husbandry, is evident from the loading of Noah’s Ark, that is, humans were to be husbanded also, which meant that they were for butchery. The interesting question is: who’s the butcher working for? From the perspective of the slaughtered, God’s another word for Satan, as all are women’s remains dying for the butcher, who appears to have been killing their race since it was Abel, who was the son of Eve and Adam, killed by his brother, Cain (Gen: 4. 8), the first man slaughterer, according to Judaism, for being able to cook, which was too advanced for the worrier dog, who didn’t want to go too far forward too soon, as then he wouldn’t see the other’s haunch.


1 Ami, Dror Ben ‘Metaphors in the Torah: The Roles of Blood and the Liver in Removing Sin’, The Jerusalem Post, February 10th, 2015, 18:57 pm, https://www.jpost.com/Blogs/Torah-Commentaries/Metaphors-in-the-Torah-The-Role-of-the-Blood-and-the-Liver-in-Removing-Sin-390469 .

2 Shakespeare, William Julius Caesar, Act III, Scene i, l. 254-5; l. 273, 1599.