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The Meaning of RA-EL

Psa 119:126 [It is] time for [thee], LORD, to work: [for] they have made void thy law.

 

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Free Mason announces that he, Christ has come, and they he has removed the ten-commandments and substituted the two they hung onólove of the Father and one another. There goes the Sabbath commandment and here comes the one world religion and the one world day of worship SUNday.

 

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The meaning of RA-EL

 

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gods") was used instead of the word Eloah/Eloha ("god", or more accurately: "the immortal"), everyone agrees on the fact that "El" means "god", and just one of him/her:

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EL is the supreme creator god of the Canaanites who lives with the other gods on Mount Zaphon (similar to Mount Olympus of the Greeks but located at the mouth of the Orontes river near the border between Turkey and Syria). He is the father of all the gods and men and is often addressed as such by the Canaanite gods. He is the god of the earth and the air who is represented by a bull. He is derived from the Sumerian god AN. In the Bible EL is translated as God. Elohim is the plural form of EL [...]

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The Hebrew-Hyksos-Egypt ancestral AND religious link is perhaps most obviously shown by the name the Hebrews chose for their first kingdom: Israel. Actually, it stands for Is-Ra-El, respectively referring to "Is" or "Isis", the Egyptian Goddess, also seen as the Moon Goddess; "Ra", the Egyptian Sun God, and "El", generally meant to signify "God" or "of God", while the El deity stands for the Anunnaki serpent Goddess and has a long and vast history which is magnificently described by D. Icke in his "Children of the Matrix". Amongst other, it also used to be a deity worshipped by the Canaans. I'd say, "Israel" is basically an Egyptian-Canaanite name, and rather more Egyptian than Canaanite. According to the Metaphysical Bible Dictionary, Israel should be understood to mean "a Prince with God". However, more precisely it can be understood to mean "one who has passed from the Moon through the Sun and become a God".