A ton of political capital has been spent on brainwashing the people that were not at war with Islam but with extremists using Islam as a cover for their terrorism. But anyone who has read anything about Islamic history, knows that this is a political whitewashing for political purposes.
Over the course of the last 1400 years since Muhammed’s establishment of the worship of Allah, Islam, whom many fools claim is a religion of peace, has claimed over 250 million lives in it’s wars of jihad, pogroms, and slave trade. That’s 250,000,000, with seven zero’s. In the End of Days, the Book of Daniel proclaims that through peace many shall be destroyed, a fitting description of the so-called religion of peace.
However, contrary to the teaching of many well meaning Bible teachers, Islam is not the prime mover behind the End of Days events. it is a tool being employed by a cabal of men who have plotted and schemed the wars and fates of the nations for many centuries. Powerful people whom control the destinies of nations. But we shall get to them in time, for now a brief look at Islam, whom I call the Chariots of the New World Order. I call them this because they are one of the primary vehicles used by the Illuminists to bring in a new social order popularly known as the New World Order through conquest war, disease and death.
The True Origins of Islam
Most people, including those who studied the religion of Mohammed have been led to believe that Islam came about in 640 CE through the efforts of Mohammed and his disciples. The hard cold facts however reveal that Islam, under an earlier name is actually much much older.
Archaeologists have uncovered temples to the Moon-god throughout the Middle East. From the mountains of Turkey to the banks of the Nile, the most wide-spread religion of the ancient world was the worship of the moon-god. In what is thought of as the first civilization, the Sumerians left us thousands of clay tablets in which they described their religious beliefs. As demonstrated by Sjoberg and Hall, the ancient Sumerians worshipped a moon-god who was called many different names.
The most popular names were Nanna, Suen and Asimbabbar. He was also called Sin al-ilah. His symbol was the crescent moon. The Assyrians, Babylonians, and the Akkadians took the word Suen and transformed it into the word Sin as their favorite name for the moon-god. As Prof. Potts pointed out, “Sin is a name essentially Sumerian in origin which had been borrowed by the Semites.” The consort to the moon-god Sin was the goddess Nikkal. In Syriac, the language of the Assyrians called Armenian, this goddess was called Atargatis. In Arabic, this goddess was called Allat, a well known deity on the Arabian peninsula.
In the 1950’s a temple of the moon-god was excavated in Ur by Sir Leonard Woolley. He dug up many examples of moon worship in Ur now displayed in the British Museum to this day. Harran was likewise noted for its devotion to the moon-god. Also in the 1950’s another major temple to the moon-god was excavated at Hazer in Palestine. Two idols of the moon god were found. Each was a stature of a man sitting upon a throne with a crescent moon carved on his chest .
The Tanakh constantly rebuked the worship of the moon-god.1 When Israel fell into idolatry, it was often to the cult of the moon-god. As a matter of fact, everywhere in the ancient world, the crescent moon symbol can be found on seal impressions, steles, pottery, amulets, clay tablets, cylinders, weights, earrings, necklaces, and even on wall murals. In Tell-el-Obeid, a copper calf was found with a crescent moon on its forehead.
Islam – the Transformation of a Sumerian Cult
The eighth chapter of Daniel begins at the end of the Babylonian era and the beginning of the Medio-Persian empire and moves the reader into a new and different historical era when the Jews people were about to experience their redemption and restoration with their God, the God of Israel. What we now know is that within six years of the death of Nebuchadnezzar, one of the governors and a seasoned warriors, Nabonidus (559-536 BCE), assumed the kingship of Babylon in a coup d’etat.
Nabonidus did not really like being king. His real interests in life were as a historian, archeologist and archival restorationist. He loved history and the restoration of the shrines of the god’s he worshipped. He did not believe in the gods of his step-father, Nebuchadnezzar. Rather he disassociated himself with the national god of Babylon, Marduk, to the shock and anger of the powerful Babylonian priesthood. Nabonidus then announced his allegiance to the Sumerian moon-god Sin and the sun-god Shamash. He spent much of his life in the reconstruction of the ancient temple at Harran (Harrânu in Akkadian and Carrhae in Latin) and the temple at Sippar.
On the clay tablet called the Cylinder of Nabonidus discovered in the Temple of Shamash at Sippar, Nabonidus records his restoration and reconstruction of the temple to the moon-god Sin in Harran and also to the sun-god Shamash and goddess Anunitum at Sippar. Fifteen centuries prior, this same temple was built and dedicated to the moon-god Sin at Harran by an ancestor of Daniel – Abraham’s father, Terah, who was the oracular priest in the Sumerian/Babylonian religious hierarchy during the dynasty of Nimrod.
The Book of Jasher, quoted from in the biblical book of Joshua (10:3) said, “Is not this written in the Book of Jasher”, wrote about Terah;
“And the king (Nimrod) and all his servants, and Terah with all his household were then the first that served gods of wood and stone. And Terah had twelve gods of large size, made of wood and stone, after the twelve months of the year, and he served each one monthly, and every month Terah would bring his meat offering and drink offering to his gods; thus did Terah all the days.
And all that generation were wicked in the sight of the Lord, and they thus made every man his god, but they forsook the Lord who had created them. And there was not a man found in those days in the whole earth, who knew the Lord (for they served each man his own God) except Noah and his household, and all those who were under his counsel knew the Lord in those days. And Abram the son of Terah was waxing great in those days in the house of Noah, and no man knew it, and the Lord was with him.”
In the ancient Jewish archives and modern archeology we now understand that the Temple at Harran was as a replica or mirror image to the central Sumerian religious complex at Nannar/Sin in Ur. According to the ancient texts, Terah was a former priest of Ur (Uratu) and as such was a worshipper of the Sumerian moon god Sin.
A story is related in the Book of Jasher (Book of the Upright or The Correct Record) where a man named Kainan discovered a stone stele identified as the writings of the Watchers, the fallen angels spoken of in Jewish literature (Jubilees, Book of Enoch). Kainan hid the writings from the biblical patriarch Noah but passed the mysteries to his son, Kesed and then to his son, Ur, the builder of the city the Chaldeans. It was this information which was infused into the mystery religion of the Chaldeans.
That priesthood was passed down through the daughter of Ur, called On, who was the mother of Nahor, the grandfather of Abram. The oracular mysteries were confined within the dynasty of his family. The power and social acclaim were his birthright. This goes a long way in explaining that Abraham was no mere sheep herder but a man who had high social standing within the Sumerian culture. Abraham’s choice to follow HaShem was seen by Nimrod as a great betrayal and explains why he expended so much resources in trying to hunt him down.
As we learn about the origins of Islam a question needs to be aksed. “Why is Allah never defined in the Qur’an? The reasoning is clear – the Arabs already knew who Allah was. Muhammad was raised in the religion of the moon-god al-ilah or Allah. But he went one step further than his fellow pagan Arabs. While they believed that Allah, the moon-god, was the greatest of all gods and the supreme deity in a pantheon of deities, Muhammad decided that Allah was not only the greatest god but the only god.
Nabonidus,3 the last king of Babylon, built Tayma as a center of moon-god worship. Tayma is a desert oasis in Saudi Arabia. In the center of the oasis is a large 2,500 year old well called Bir Haddaj. It is referred to in Isaiah 21:14 “The inhabitants of the land of Tema brought water to him that was thirsty, they prevented with their bread him that fled.”
Segall stated, “South Arabia’s stellar religion has always been dominated by the Moon-god in various variations.” Many scholars have also noticed that the moon-god’s name Sin is a part of such Arabic words as Sinai, and the wilderness of Sin. When the popularity of the moon-god waned elsewhere, the Arabs remained true to their conviction that the moon-god was the greatest of all gods. While they worshipped 360 gods at the Kabah in Mecca, the moon-god was the chief deity. Mecca was in fact built as a shrine for the moon-god.