Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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Book: The cult of the Moon God, by Brian Wilson

Muhammad as Allah.

by Ferdinand III

An excellent book on the cult of Muhammad, and the moon cult antecedents of 'Submission'. Astral and celestial worship informed Arab and Near Eastern societies from the end of the neolithic to the middle of the Iron age. Islam, or Muhammadanism, is simply the confusion of Arab pagan moon worship with poorly understood ideals from Judeo-Christianity, and even perhaps Hinduism and Buddhism. Islam has nothing in common with Judaism or Christianity. Nor is 'Allah' or 'The Lord' remotely similar to the Trinity or Jehovah.

Wilson gives lectures and presentations on Islam and is quite certain that the poly-theocratic fascism of Muhammad, is the gravest threat to man's freedom in history. He is right. His book is a useful compendium of the threat that Islam poses. In particular, he reveals that Allah is not 'God' in the Christian context, and Muhammad was certainly no prophet of love and peace. Islam in-toto, is a miasma of intolerance, supremacism and violence. It all comes from the man who invented the monotheistic version of Al-Lah or Al-ilah, and who founded a cult based on war, blood, sex, and plunder.

Allah hates the human

However, it doesn’t appear that Allah loves all that much, because the word appears only twenty-four times in the entire Koran. Compare this to the number of times it appears in the Tanakh and the New Testament: 11,571. For every time you read the word “love” in the Koran, it appears 482 times in the Bible.

Christ vs. Muhammad:

Here is a quick comparison of some of the other major differences between Christ and Muhammad: Jesus of Christianity Muhammad of Islam Jesus claimed to be one with the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Muhammad claimed to be the greatest prophet of the moon god. Jesus said that eternal life could be obtained by believing in Him and receiving God’s forgiveness. Muhammad said that eternal life could only be guaranteed by participating in jihad. Jesus died for the lost sheep. Muhammad killed the lost sheep. Jesus did miracles. Muhammad did none. Jesus could cast out demons. Muhammad could not. Jesus treated women with respect. Muhammad treated women as chattel or property. Jesus was sinless. Muhammad was not. Jesus said that it was possible to have a personal relationship with the God of the Bible. Muhammad said that a personal relationship with Allah was not possible.

Muhammad killed an adulteress:

Muhammad’s teachings and views on adultery can be found in the following Hadith as reported by Imran b. Husain, one of the companions of Muhammad: A woman came to Muhammad and said, “I have committed adultery, so purify me.” Muhammad told her, “Go away until you give birth to the child.” After she gave birth, she returned with the child and said, “Here is the child I have given birth to.” Muhammad answered, “Go away and nurse him until you wean him.” When she had weaned him, she came to Muhammad with the child, who was holding a piece of bread in his hand. The woman said, “Allah’s Apostle, here is he, as I have weaned him and eats food.” Muhammad gave the child to one of the Muslims and then pronounced punishment. The woman was buried in a ditch up to her chest and the people stoned her. From this account we see that Muhammad was clearly opposed to adultery, and throughout the Koran we repeatedly find warnings against committing the act: “Do not go anywhere near adultery: it is an outrage, and an evil path” (Sura 17:32).

Muhammad did not perform miracles:

Muhammad spoke against miracles and said that he could not perform any (see Sura 2:118; 2:145; 6:37; 6:109; 10:20; 17:59). Also, as stated in the Koran, Muhammad’s function was to “warn” people, not to perform miracles (see Sura 13:7). Some modern Muslim scholars believe that the Koran was written down later by a caliph who simply organized notes left by Muhammad. Exactly how an illiterate man could leave notes is up for debate, and given the fact that the Koran is about six hundred pages long, it would mean that he would have had to leave a lot of notes behind.

Who wrote the Koran ?
Given this, it seems it would have been easier to just write the Koran and save the trouble of taking down all those notes. One of the more credible theories of how the Koran was written comes from examining the language in the text and the historical situation at the time it was written. In the ancient world, if you were illiterate and you wanted to communicate to someone in a different village, you would hire a scribe to write a message for you. During Muhammad’s time, the best scribes came from a religious Jewish background. They were trained to be meticulous, and they made very few mistakes in their writing. Given Muhammad’s profession as a bandit, it is likely that he and his followers kidnapped a scribe (or scribes) and had them write down the Koran.

The following points made by Wilson are both obvious and real, and should be emphasized:

  1. Muhammad was not a prophet and did not fulfil any of the Old Testament oracles or predictions. Christ on the other hand does fulfil the prognostications of the ancient Old Testament seers [a list is provided by Wilson on why this is so].

  2. Muhammad was cruel and the opposite of Christ in every way, including in psychology, behaviour, objectives and with people.

  3. The Koran is entirely man-made, created over 200-300 years and full of errors and contradictions. Scribes – perhaps Jewish slaves – started this process of writing the Koran, and later Caliphs and Arabs [and perhaps other scribes], finished the work.

  4. The Allah-thing is an impersonal human-hating, vengeful deity, married to Muhammad, who takes on the psychology of Muhammad, and demands the enslavement of humans to both Muhammad and the idol or cult of Allah.