Thursday, November 19, 2020


🧐 theosophic research
        by Lygia Cabus
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Idol made of copper (cuprum) dated from the year of 1200 BC. This is obviously a phallic deity. It was found in the sanctuary of Timna, in el Kuntillet Ajrud, Israel, in 800 AD. Supposely it is a primitive representation of Yahweh [Jah-Hovah] and this statue is famous for his phallus, indicative of their prodigious reproductive capacity.
[Beno Rothenberg, et al. The Egyptian Mining Temple at Timna. Institute for Archeo-Metallurgical Studies Institute of Archaeology, University College London. 1988]

Jah-hovah was a hermaphrodite. For many, the information may seem strange or even shocking but it is the truth that emerges from the study of the mythology of "God of Israel". It is a title just because Jahovah was indeed the specific God of that ancient nation. Or, better said, a tribal god.

The primitive religion of the tribes that left Mesopotamia following patriarch Abraham was not a monotheism [never was and still isn't] founded on the belief in a universal God, God the Creator of all things, all beings, God of all men.

Jah-Hova was [and resists recycled into "exotic" doctrines today] - the God of Abraham's followers, the patriarch [head of a clan] who, as far as is known, was original from the city of Ur, in Chaldea, that is at Mesopotamia, the region where Babylon  was located, nowadays Iraq.

The name of the people - Jew - derives from the ancient name, Yah-oudi, applied to them and, in the begining - a name that was, for them, considered offensive! Yah-oudi can be understood as "Jeovitas"  (Jeovites, Yah-ouvits, Jahouvists), "Jha-evoadianos" (Yah-oudians, Jahouvidians), "Jodhadious" or simply, followers of Jah-hovah.

The name Jah-Hovah is the simplification from original word, that in hebrew (hebraic), is a composed word - Jah-hovah: JAH or JOD or - even - YOD, that means phallus, penis, male: "The Hebrew letter Jod membrum represented the virile" [BLAVATSKY, 2003].

Hovah means vessel (container, receptacle), cavity, a shell - (like a marine shell, a conch). It is female (and, later, it gained another synonimous, the word "vagina", from Latin - that means sheath. Thus, It is a metaphor related to the fact or gestual of the warriors of keeping or put his sword in the sheath or in vagina, a case, a holster).
The illustration is recognized by many scholars as Yahweh on a Winged Cherubim accompanied by a goddess, also winged, Asherah, hovering over the "sacred tree". Note the phallus, well-defined Jeovah.
FONTE: University Fribourg, Switzerland. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Gottingen. 1999.

So Jehovah means "male-female", "penis-vagina", a being that combines attributes genitals of both sexes, a hermaphrodite.

The Judaism still primitive and popular Judaism of King David is regarded as a phallic religion because the hallmark of his divinity, Jehovah, are signs of sexuality, the act of generation.

The Jewish Ark of the Covenant (other people ou cultures also posses their "arks") has a sexual symbolism noted by several scholars:

"The two cherubs placed in front of the vault [the ark], have the wings positioned so that form a perfect yoni.[female genitalia]"." (BLAVATSKY, 2003). 

Hargrave Jennings, in his work "Phallicism", writes: "We know from the Jewish annals that the Ark contained a stone tablet, and it can be demonstrated that this stone was phallic".

For the contemporaries - devotees or invokers of Jah! would be good know that this word has never been synonymous of "God"  - the Almight, the Creator of the universe or any other word with which is called the God of contemporary monotheism, Christian or not. 

"To the Hebrew esotericism ... the main function of Jahovah was to give children [BLAVATSKY, 2003] (sons, daugthers, descendents) ...




 * In fact, the first patriarch of the Hebrews, Abram (who became Abraham) was born in Ur in Chaldea. He was the son of Terah, and he, Terah, was the tenth generation of grandsons of Noah.

Was Terah, Abram's father, who decided to leave Mesopotamia with destination to the land of Canaan. But his people settled in Haran. Therefore, the original religion of the tribe was as pagan as were all the religions that flourished in that region at that time.

"Terah took his son Abram, his grandson Lot ... his daughter in law Sarah, wife of Abram his son and left with them from Ur of caldeus leading them to the land of Canaan. When they arrived, however, in Haran - there - they established themselves ... " (Gênesis,11)

It was in Haran that Abram received the "call of the Lord”. The Lord, was the god of his tribe, Jah-Hovah.

The fidelity required by Jah-Hovah was the same as, supposedly, each tribal god had required of any tribe. Only after leadership of Moses, many generations later, a more universal monotheism began to emerges.

For Moses, the Lord named himself, not as Jehovah, but as the unknowable "I Am" whose established the Decalogue, the ten commandments of the Law of God where there is no requirement of primitive rituals like animal sacrifice.

But the Judaism continued with many of their primitive practices, with the barbaric applying the laws of the desert nomads, the laws of men, in practical matters of everyday life, such as death by stoning, penalty for certain crimes adopted even today by the anachronism of the Islamism.

IMAGE: Doré's English Bible

With the advent of Jesus the Messiah rejected by the Jews came, finally, a religious mentality more abstract, able to transcending the earthly interests, that eliminates animal sacrifices and recognizes God not as the God of only one nation, Israel - but as a God of the whole world, of the whole humanity.

Leaving aside the considerations of the mystical aspect of the religious revelations, it is remarkable the fact that the leader of the Exodus, Moses, was born and lived in Egypt. He was educated among the Egyptian nobility.

This means that existed a great chance of he has received a high level of religious instruction. Moses may have been an Initiate, in the esoteric sense of the word, and as such, he can to have known the secret doctrines, like as one that inspired the pharaoh Akhenaten (who preceded Moses) and tried implant, unsuccessfully the monotheism in Egypt.



* This text is the result of a research on the topic based on the theosophical writings of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. 

There is at least one apocryphal book - the Book of Yashar - that narrates the saga of Abraham in another way, attributing to him, since his youth, specific knowledge about the unicity God, acquired directly from one of the last survivors of the Flood of who was a descendant and by whom he was educated: Sem - son of Noah.

BLAVATSKY, Helena Petrovna. A Doutrina Secreta vol. II  — Antropogênese. São Paulo: Pensamento, 2003.
________________________  A Doutrina Secreta vol. IV — O Simbolismo Arcaico das Religiões, do Mundo e da Ciência. São Paulo: Pensamento, 2003.

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