Lamb of a Bloodthirsty God (Video)

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Two of the holiest days in Islamic & Jewish faith are called Eid Kippir &Yom Kippur.

Do you discern any similarity?

Both religious traditions (of Judaism & Islam) are grounded in animal sacrifice, a glaring Pagan tradition.

During those holy festivities, thousands of animals are slaughtered leaving the ground drenched with rivers of blood.

The Muslims and Jews sacrifice to Allah/Elohim

However, the ultimate sacrifice came with Jesus Christ

The ultimate human sacrifice

Nailed to the Roman Cross, his body was all soaked in blood.

The last words Jesus said (in Aramaic) on the cross were “Elahi, why have you forsaken me?”

“Elahi – Allah – Ellohim”


They seem like one and the same God

Are we worshiping the same God? And more importantly, is he a pagan God in disguise?

… Do I dare contemplate the question?

“Do I dare disturb the universe?”


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Ashraf Ezzat, is Egyptian born in Cairo and based in Alexandria. He is graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University. Dr. Ezzat is also an independent researcher in comparative religion and mythology. He is a regular guest lecturer at the Egyptian Museum, Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the National Museum of Alexandria. Keen not to be entirely consumed by his medical profession, Dr. Ezzat invests a lot of his time in research and writing. The History of the ancient Near East and of ancient Egypt has long been of special interest to him. In his writings, he approaches ancient history not as some tales from the remote times but as a driving force in our existing life, and to him it’s as relevant and vibrant as the current moment. Through his research and writings, you will find Dr. Ezzat is always on a quest trying to find out why most of humanity’s ancient wisdom & spirituality had been diminished whereas the Judeo-Christian teachings and faith took hold and prospered. Dr. Ezzat has written extensively in Arabic tackling many issues and topics in the field of Egyptology and comparative religion. Written in English, his latest research as revealed in the book “Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites”. He writes regularly for many well-known online websites such as; Veterans Today, Dissident Voice and What Really Happened. In addition to his Medical Doctorate degree, Ezzat is also an independent filmmaker; he is well trained as a documentary film director and has taken extensive courses in film editing. His debut documentary film was back in 2011 titled “The Annals of Egypt Revolution” and in 2012 he made “Tale of Osiris”, a short animation for children. In 2013 his short film “The Pyramids: Story of Creation” was screened at many international film festivals in Europe. “Omm Sety: Priestess of Abydos” is another documentary he made in 2015. Dr. Ezzat is working now on his new documentary “Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites” based on his book.

12 COMMENTS

  1. John, they are very visable, and on a clear night with young eyes you can see more than seven stars in the cluster. As many as twenty; as I once counted as a Tenderfoot.

  2. It remains problematic that there are no contemporary mentions of Jesus anywhere to be found. A man who performed supernatural feats for three full years in the Galilee, the most economically important part of what would eventually be Roman Judaea, would not have gone so totally unnoticed by his contemporaries. It’s inconceivable that a man known to be able to perform miracles, cure the sick, and raise the dead, would not have been summoned to the court of the emperor himself, as so many others were, to demonstrate his magic for Tiberius.

    The complete absence of stories of Jesus’ birth, life, teachings, and miracles in Paul’s Epistles are striking as well. Paul, writing the first Christian literature in the 50s CE, did not known these stories because they would not be composed until the Gospels were written in the 70s and later.

    So much of what later became Christianity is clearly based on pagan archetypes: virgin birth, three days in the underworld, return to life in universal redemption, and so on. These things would have been abominable heresies to any pious Jew who actually lived in first century Palestine.

    • Fairly recently they found a huge number of Roman inscribed letters dumped into a Roman landfill dump next to Hadrian’s Wall in England. Many of them were written by Pontius Pilate to his mother who still lived in NE England, near what is today the city of Newcastle. Pilate goes into intrinsic detail in these letters, including asking his mum to send him some woollen socks, and complains about the heat and funny food in Palestine, where he was governor. Funny thing is, he makes not one mention of this supernatural Jew ‘Jesus Christ’ or any of the elements of the biblical story. So that’s a huge lump of circumstantial evidence that there never was a Jesus Christ in Palestine during the Roman rule and the bible is bullshit.

  3. God gave us everything we need and what can we sacrify to him that really counts ? Only our prayers and love of God

  4. So, there’s a mindset that a particular invisible spirit, requires a blood sacrifice to be appeased or grant favors. Then this concept is taken into many vectors until it is decided to just kill the son of god himself, real or imagined, and then the spirit is finally appeased for good. It’s a political and financial decision.
    There is a portion of the pantheon that requires blood sacrifice, but it is not something folks should play around with. The best description of the age of christianity is “the great go and the little come”. Most of the sacrifice stories are metaphor, such as “the birds divided he not” in one of the first stories, and it has nothing to do with actual animals. The concept of clean kill, is to help the animals spirit pass with dignity and respect. Everything has to eat. Predator and prey relationships are sacred. Nothing goes to waste.

  5. What a load of bull!!
    First of all your translation of Aramaic is completely incorrect!

    What Isa said was Elohim, Elohim why have you blessed me so… You are translating from Hebrew… a slight difference butt huge translation error… Why don’t you talk about the true Passover of the Khazarian Jews? That’s your credibility gone out the window. Honestly VT sometimes your articles are so full of bull crap!! is there even a editor who does some sort of fact checking to have any relation to truth!?

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  6. At least the bolt to the head is quicker. The video lends new insight into the American spiritual, “Give Me That O’l Time Religion”. Makes me kind of glad that I gave religion up for Lent.

  7. Well no I dont think I’m confused. She is from Iran. I just asked her are you Muslim, she said yes and she reads the Quran and even prays. She told me Muslim and Islam are the same. I even googled this myself. Islam and muslim are all the same thing. A Muslim is a person who believes in Islam and from a Islamic country so the people are Muslim people. She is a shia. I assume her been Iranian that she knows what she is talking about. What do you think? Is there a difference. With all due respect if there is then can you give us the link because my friend and I would be interested in reading about this.

  8. Absolutely yes. A good friend of mine is Islamic and I asked hat about the Quran. The similarities between the bible and the Quran are astounding. They have the Adam and Eve story, the great flood, Moses, how man was created plus many more examples. Even the Australian aborigines have the story that man was created from the earth. Most definitely all the SAA me god. Only some versions have been re written or altered.

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