Egyptian (and Other Pagan) Elements in Christianity

In this post I will mainly deal with Egyptian elements in Christianity that the Catholic Church introduced, but I will also mention some motives taken from other pagan religions.

I would like to start by discussing some of the similar ideas that are shared between Christianity and the Mandaean religion. 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…

Some Possible Reasons Why the Holy Spirit Doesn’t Descend on Some

In this video I list some reasons why the Holy Spirit doesn’t descend on some based on my experiences as well as the Bible.

Sorry for the bad quality of the video especially in the middle of the video – I realized that the camera was out of focus only towards the end of the video. I hope that won’t detract from the message.

Voodoo and Babylonian Origins of Black Madonna

Black MadonnaThe worship of the Mother Goddess was popular all over the world since ancient times and is popular today.

Mother Goddess was usually associated with fertility.

Different cultures worshiped her in different ways, attributing to her aspects similar to their own.

For example, black people would worship the black Mother Goddess, and Egyptian people would give to her their own religious attributes, and so did Hindus. Read more…