Bible Fiction: The Indian Origins Of Abraham And Sarah Exposed

The Indian Origins Of Abraham And Sarah Exposed

By Raymond Towers

If you are confident and secure in your belief of Christianity, Judaism or Islam, you shouldn’t bother with this article. I do not wish to question or belittle your faith. If, on the other hand, you are one of those Bible / Koran / Torah thumpers who like to claim that your dogma represents the only viable path to atonement / redemption / salvation, a.k.a. my god’s dick is bigger than your god’s dick, and who enjoy railing against open-minded individuals such as myself, well, then this article is specifically for sheep / closet pagans such as yourselves. I shouldn’t call you pagans, you say? Ha! Look to the origins of your Easter and Christmas celebrations for answers to that one! Pagan is as pagan does!

Recently, I’ve done a fairly extensive study on religions of the ancient land of Canaan, where much of the story of the Biblical Old Testament takes place. There are enough similarities between the original Hyksos (later known as the Hibiru, and much later as the Hebrews) and the other tribes of that region that I can confidently state that the original Hebrew religion was as pagan as that of their neighbors. I have plenty of evidence to back this up, including the true origin of monotheism and circumcision, both of which came from ancient Egypt, as well the facts that many of the alleged Israelite innovations really evolved from the melting pot of religion that was the Canaan of that time. In fact, I can entirely refute the first half of the Bible with a single word: Asherah, This was El’s wife / consort until the Hebrew priests became male-dominated and began erasing her name from history at about 500 or 400 BC. (El later evolved into Yahweh, Yah, Jehovah, Jahve and Jah.) We’ll talk about the Queen Of Heaven Asherah later, as well as some of the other things I’ve discovered. But first this:

The Hebrew / Jewish religion was radically altered during Ahkenaten’s Egypt and Hellenic Greece. This is when the Canaanite / Israelite people first began contemplating the idea that the body had a soul, and that this soul lived on after death. This concept first came from Egypt’s Book Of The Dead. If you’ve read through the Old Testament, haven’t you ever wondered why these highly spiritual Egyptian and Hindu concepts are barely mentioned at all? Well, that’s because the ancient Canaanite Hebrews believed in a dark underworld where all people went when they died. This place, called Sheol by the Canaanites / early Hebrews, was a lot like the Hades of the Greeks and the later Hell of the Scandinavians, among others. Furthermore, the entire cornerstone of the updated Hebrew / Jewish monotheistic religion became based upon the exclusive covenant their large penis god made with Abraham. If a historical Abraham is refuted, then the entire Bible collapses in on itself, and so do the three Abrahamic religions.

According to the research of Gene D. Matlock, the iconic figures of Abraham and Sarah were derived from the mythology of ancient India, and specifically from the Hindu gods Brahma and Sara-Svati. Here is a condensed version of the material from Matlock’s article:

In the 1st century CE, Josephus Flavius, commenting on Aristotle, said the Jews were derived from the philosophers of India. In India, they would be called the Calani. Clearchus of Soli wrote the same thing, adding that in India they were called Calanians and in Syria Jews. In 300 BCE, Megasthenes wrote the Jews were an Indian tribe called Calanis. This establishes that at least four ancient and contemporary historians all had the idea that the Jews came from India. Are you with me so far?

We get corroboration from author Tomas Doreste. Doreste writes that Voltaire considered that Abraham descended from Brahman priests who came out of India as missionaries. To support this idea, Doreste compares the name Abraham to Brahman, and he points out that Ur was near the border of Persia and on the road to India, where the Brahman priests were located. The god Brahma was so popular the Persians adopted him and later claimed he came from the Bactrian Mountains halfway between Persia and India.

Bactria is modern day Afghanistan. Back then, it was a proto-Jewish nation called Ur-Jaguda. In the Bible, it states that Abraham came from Ur of the Chaldeans. We know that Ur means place or town, and Chaldea comes from Kaul-Deva. Kaul-Deva is the name of a sect or caste of Brahman priests that were spread out in what are modern Afghanistan, Pakistan and India’s Kashmir. Loosely, coming from Ur of the Chaldeans translates as coming from the place of the priests of Bhrama. It should also be noted that many researchers into alchemical magic think that magic first came from Chaldea and India, as well as Egyptian Khemet.

The Arabs, the Jews and the Persians all believed they were descendants of Abraham. Historically, we are told that Terah, the father of Abraham, traveled from Ur to Mesopotamia (This was Babylon back then, and Iraq and Syria today.). Later, Abraham and Sarah moved to Canaan.

In Hinduism, Sara-Svati is the sister of Brahma. In the Bible, Sarah is the half-sister and wife of Abraham. In India, we have a river called the Sara-Svati. A tributary of that river is the Ghaggar. Judaism tells us that Haggar was the Egyptian servant of Sarah. Note the similarities between Sarah and Sara-Svati, and between Ghaggar and Haggar, and also how one was greater than the other in both mythology and topography. In Genesis 25:17,18, we see that the son of Haggar, Ishmael, had relatives and descendants all over the place, including Havilah (India). Note the similarity in these names:

Isaac / Ishaak (Hebrew) = Ishakhu (Sanskrit), means Friend of Shiva

Ishmael (Hebrew) = Ish-Mahal (Sanskrit), means Great Shiva

In Genesis 25:1, Abraham takes Ketura for a wife. In Islam, it is believed that Ketura is another name for Haggar. Ketura’s sons included Jokshan, Sheba, Dedan and Epher. Interesting that among the descendants of Noah, we find Joktan (Gen. 10:25), Sheba and Dedan (Gen. 10:7) and Ophir (Gen. 10:29). The writer of the article thinks that maybe the authors of the Bible were trying to unite several variants of Judaism by reusing the same names. I’ll go a step further in saying that they were inventing a bloodline to justify their claim on Abraham, which did not exist beforehand. This is based on my research that the story of Noah is contrived and came from an earlier source in the Babylonian History of Kings. According to archeologist George Smith, Chronos / Saturn told King Xisuthrus to build a vessel that would save his family, wealth, animals, etc., from a coming and devastating flood.

In 1900 BCE, after severe earthquakes and rainfall, the cult of Brahm left North India and moved to the Middle East and Near East. These catastrophes were bad enough to change the course of the Indus and Sara-Svati Rivers. This migration of people took place in waves and not all at once, and could have lasted over a thousand years. Adding to the disasters that took place, we also had a religious war going on between the Brahmans and the Aryans. Who were these migrating people? Mainstream history calls them Indo-Europeans, which has always been a strange term for me because India and Europe are very far away from each other. According to Matlock, these migrations from India led to the tribes we know as Kassites, Hittites, Syrians, Assyrians, Hurrians, Arameans, Hyksos, Mittanians, Amalekites, Aethiops, Phoenicians, Chaldeans and others.

From the Anacalypsis, we learn that Arabian historians considered Brahma and Abraham to be the same person. Also, King Cyrus of Persia thought the Jewish religion the same as his own. Their view was that the Hindus came from Abraham, or that the Israelites came from Brahma. I’ll add something to that idea. Egyptian and Indian histories are thought, not in Western cultures but in their own, to go back over 45,000 years. The Jewish fables only started getting compiled in the 4th and 5th centuries BCE. That’s a huge difference in time as to who was saying what first!

The words Ram, Raham and Abraham are associated together. Here is how they possibly evolved over time:

Ab / Ap = father in Kashmiri, also in Islam

Abram = father Ram? Brahma?

Raham = divine mercy in Kashmiri

Rakham = divine mercy in Hebrew

Ab-Raham = father of divine mercy?

Ram = high leader or governor in Hebrew

Indian historian Pusalker wrote that an important man named Ram lived in 1950 BCE, which matches the first wave of migrations out of India. I don’t have any other details on this Ram, but I will go searching for him later.

We have other, similar interpretations as well. Historically, we know that the Islamic Kaaba was a pilgrimage destination of Hindu worship before Mohammed usurped it for his newly invented religion. The major god in this important center would have been Brahma. Because Mohammed was illiterate or because the traditions were so similar and popular, he could have easily or deliberately gotten it wrong when he dedicated Kaaba to Abraham instead of the estimated 360 gods it originally housed.

Ab = father in Semitic

Ra’am, Raham = exalted in Semitic

Abraham = exalted father or patriarch?

Abraham = multitude (Genesis 17:4-6)

Brah = to multiply in number in Hindu

Hindu Lord Brahma = the father of all men and the most exalted of all gods

(From the book Vedic Past Of Pre-Islamic Arabia.)

At the time of Abraham’s death, Jerusalem was a Hittite city. Earlier, we saw how the Hittites were refugees from Northern India. In Genesis 23:4, Abraham asked for a burial plot from the Hittites. Two verses later, these people say that Abraham is a mighty prince among them, despite that Abraham calls himself a stranger and sojourner (visitor). The Hittites can be traced back to early Vedic times as the Yadavas. Ram / Rama belonged to the Yadava clan, so our Abraham / Braham / Ram would have been an important priest for an existing Indian deity to the Hittites.

I could not verify all of this next part. Melchizedek was the king of Salem, or Jerusalem (Genesis 14:18). He was Abraham’s teacher and thought to possess magical powers, and potentially he passed this knowledge on to Abraham. Melchizedek is identified with Kassite King Melik-Sadaksina, who was a magician and spiritual giant.

Sadak = a person with magical or supernatural powers in Kashmiri and Sanskrit, also Sadok / Zadok and potentially part of Melchi-ZEDEK

(To continue this idea of sorcery, in 2nd Samuel, chapter 15, Zadok was part of the group of Levite priests that carried the Ark of the Covenant. 15:27 describes him as a seer. This could stand for prophet or diviner. Note also that Zadok and his sons were a big part of the court of King David and sorcerer King Solomon. In 1st Kings 1:45, Zadok anoints Solomon as king, and of course Solomon is known to be the father of all occult Masons.)

Interestingly, Matlock’s article connects Hindu culture to many parts of the world. One of these links is the Mexican state of Chihuahua, which natives pronounced as Shivava, and this means Shiva’s Temple. The names of Shiva and Yah, another name for Yahweh, are also found in Native American cultures of the American Southwest. I’ve come across the name Yahu and Yah before in my own studies, as having come from Judea and Israel, respectively.

Ayodhya = Yehudiya = Judea

The above are all words standing for ‘warriors of Yah’ and Yah can be traced back to ancient Indian Yah philosophy.

From the book Anacalypsis: Brahmins from India founded the Temple of Mecca. A colony of Indians founded the city of Mecca. The original founder was given as Ishmael, son of Agar. In the Indus language, the original name of Mecca was Ishmaelistan. Arab Hinduism was called Tsaba or Saba before the time of Mohammed.

Tsaba = assembly of the gods in Sanskrit

Tsaba = Isha-ayalam, means Shiva’s temple, now shortened to Islam

Moslem = Moshe-ayalam, means Shiva’s temple, now the terms Mosque and the people who attend them, Muslims

And yes, as others have pointed out, Mohammed was originally a Tsabaist.

There is more in Matlock’s article, but I think we’ve covered enough to cast a very large shadow of doubt on the character we’ve been given for Abraham. You can either close your mind to the Truth, or go out and do some unbiased research for yourself and come to your own conclusions the same way I did.

To wrap things up, the Hebrew god El / Yahweh / Jehovah could not have made the covenant with Abraham in Hebron, because there was no Hebrew / Israelite man named Abraham to begin with. He was a Hindu priest of Brahma, if he existed at all! Therefore, everything that follows the covenant that Abraham supposedly made with Yahweh is based on a false premise, and the Jews / Hyksos have no true claim on Israel except for the claim they invented themselves.

Hebron = early Jerusalem

Hebron = Khev’run in Hebrew, Khab’ru in Kashmiri, Sanskrit

Khab’ru = grave or tomb

Kever = tomb in Hebrew

It makes you wonder, doesn’t it, how the original name of Jerusalem identifies with a tomb, just like the one Jesus was buried in.

(The original article was written by Gene Matlock. You can read a short version of this article on Hindu Focus. A longer version is found on Hermetics.)

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One thought on “Bible Fiction: The Indian Origins Of Abraham And Sarah Exposed”

  1. MOST OF IT APPEARS TRUE,THE FIGHT TODAY IS ONLY OVER OIL WATER AND LAND,THE INDIC ELEMENT IN ALL MIDDLE EASTERN RELIGIONS IS WELL KNOWN AND DOCUMENTED,SUGGESTING A COMMON BRAHMIN ANCESTOR ,A BRAHMA OR ABRAHAM WHO WAS FROM ONE OF THE BRAHMIN FAMILIES OF NORTH INDIA DIFFERENT FROM THE ARYANS WHO CAME IN FROM CENTRAL aSIA DUE TO A GRAT FLOODTHE IDUS CHANGED COURSE AND THE SARASWATI RIVER DRIED UP THE SARASWATI PEOPLE FROM THE BANKS WHO MOVED WETERN BECAME SARAH IN SHORT AND THE BRAHMA BECAME AN ABRAHM A LOW RAM BECAUSE HE MARRIED HIS SISTER OR DAUGHTER BECUSE VERY FEW PEOPLE SURVIVED THE SO CALLED FOOD /DROUGHT/DESTRUCTION ETC

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