The Greatest Cover-up in Our Bibles

You probably read the following verses many times:

And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves,

And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.

— Matthew 21:12-13

In John 2:15-16 we read about the same event:

And when he had made a scourge of small cords, he drove them all out of the temple, and the sheep, and the oxen; and poured out the changers’ money, and overthrew the tables;

And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence; make not my Father’s house an house of merchandise.

Usually people think that the reason why Yeshua was so angry with the sellers of the temple was because they were trading in the House of God and that made him angry, and he spontaneously overthrew the tables.

But why would it be a sin to sell animals if people were expected to purchase them for temple sacrifice?Read more…

Cain Was a Hybrid – Serpent Seedline in the Bible

These days I was looking into the serpent seedline claims by going into primary sources, as there’s a lot of misinformation online. So in this post I present to you the information from primary sources about Cain’s origins.

There are many sources which claim that Cain’s father was Satan whose real name was  Samael, who was an angel of death. So in this article I will focus on discussing those sources.Read more…

Surprising Origins of the Star of David

As it often happens, my research (this time about the Star of David) made me find much more than I bargained for. I hope you will benefit from it.

The usage of the six-pointed star, called “the Star of David” as a sign of Jewish identity began only in the Middle Ages. Before that, the sign of the Jewish identity was always a menorah.

The religious usage of the Star of David among the Jews began much earlier, however. A shield with this star engraved was found in a synagogue in Galilee, dating to the third or fourth century AD.

Star of David, or Seal of Solomon?

The name the “Star of David” is quite new. Before it, this star was called the “Seal of Solomon”. The story of Read more…

The Second Book of Enoch – Summary and Explanation

There are three books of Enoch in total.

The first one is known by most Christians; the second one is a pseudepigraphal work surviving only in Slavonic translations (and there are some Coptic fragments found of it as well), though it’s believed that it’s translated from a Greek source and that the Greek translation was done from the Aramaic or Hebrew original.

And the third book of Enoch is a work that gravitates towards Jewish mystical writings, and is, like the second book of Enoch, of a tradition which follows a belief that Enoch, when he was taken by YHWH into heavens, was transformed into an angel.Read more…

The Book of Giants in Dead Sea Scrolls And Other Sources

The fragments of The Book of Giants discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls give us a better insight into the events recorded in Genesis 6:4 about the time when giants dwelt on earth.

In The Book of Enoch and other apocryphal books we read that when the sons of YHWH descended to take human women for their wives, they taught them all kinds of things that they themselves knew not in full, and because of these teachings humanity fell into immorality and destruction.

Through the teachings of the fallen ones the whole world became defiled and therefore YHWH had to cause the flood to wipe out the corrupted creation.Read more…

Hebrew Gospel of Matthew

According to Nehemia Gordon, a Karaite Jew, more than 27 Hebrew manuscripts of the Gospel of Matthew exist.

Whether those are originals are to be decided when Nehemia publishes them (I’m not sure if he will share with us originals or translations). However, the nine accessible manuscripts based on which George Howard published a book suffered from interpolations and therefore they should be read with caution.

George Howard’s manuscripts are from Shem Tov’s book which was written by this rabbi (Shem Tov) in the fourteenth century to refute Christianity. So this rabbi preserved the Hebrew gospel in doing so, as he copied each line of it in order to refute it line-by-line.

I chose in this article to analyze Shem Tov’s preserved gospel in Hebrew because, if interpolations are ignored, one can gain a better clarity about the teachings of Yeshua.Read more…

More Proof That the Holy Spirit Is Feminine

In this article I provide further proof from various sources that the Holy Spirit has a feminine gender. In this post I quote from the Old Testament, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and the writings of early leaders of the Eastern as well as Western churches.

I also mention relevant Church history as well as quote from the works of some of the Biblical languages’ scholars that are related to this topic.

Please read the first article on the gender of the Holy Spirit for the main information, as this post is a sequel providing further resources in support of the feminine gender of the Spirit of God.Read more…

What the Catholic Church Doesn’t Want You to Know About the Holy Spirit

The gender of the Holy Spirit has been the object of some discussion in recent years, questioning whether the Holy Spirit should be referred to as “he”, “she” or “it”. To some extent this derives from the gender of the noun used in different languages. In the original Hebrew of the Old Testament, the word for spirit is “rūaḥ” is a feminine noun.

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It’s true – the Hebrew word for “spirit” is indeed of the feminine gender. And some argue that since all Hebrew words have either feminine or masculine genders, and there is no neutral gender, that it makes no difference whether we call the Holy Spirit he, she or it.

I disagree with this argument, because the Holy Spirit is a living being and not an object in which there’s no life.

Yes, it’s true – every Hebrew noun, whether it’s living or not, has a gender assigned to it. For example, the word “city” (קִרְיָה) is a feminine noun in Hebrew.Read more…

Demonology: Who Is Lilith?

Lilith is mentioned only once in the Bible – in Isaiah 34:14, where the Hebrew word לִילִית (“lilit) is translated as the “screetch owl”. In the verse Isaiah prophesizes that she will be one of the demonic nocturnal creatures which will haunt the destroyed kingdom of Edom.

This Hebrew word for the demoness Lilith is thought to be from the root word לִילִ which stands for “night” or “gloom”. In Arabic and Akkadian this word stands for “night” as well. However, it is believed by some researchers that the name Lilith comes from the Sumerian lil which means “air”, and in some cuneiform inscriptions the terms lilitu and lilit stand for the disease-bearing wind spirits (source).

According to the same source, the first time that we find this demon mentioned is at around 3,000 BC, as a class of Sumerian storm spirits called lilitu:Read more…

Is Jesus (The Most High) God?


This is going to be one of the most important posts so far. Yet those who decided to stick to their beliefs without being willing to examine the Scripture will not be willing to listen. But that’s not my concern anymore, and they will have to answer to God for this.

(In this post I’m going to capitalize only personal pronouns referring to the Most High to avoid any confusion.)

I’m going to prove my stance only by using Scripture, so please read (or listen) to the end so that nobody jumps to wrong conclusions about what I’m going to say in this message. Then please pray to God about this and do your own research as well prayerfully read the Bible for YHWH to reveal you the truth.Read more…