Ezra Bible

 

(See the basis of the Ezra Bible)

  1. Looeamong says to Thoth: "Go tell mortals I am the same, who wrought wonders for the Israelites." Thoth thereafter employs seven hundred thousand angels, to inspire Ezra and his scribes to write the Ezra Bible. Looeamong, in these things sinned not against Jehovih, for he did not cause his own name, Looeamong, to be made worshipful. However, the books were put on record by men and interpreted by men. Groups that are more biblically-based in their doctrine tend not to be trinitarians (see http://www.watchtower.org/library/ti/index.htm and http://www.heraldmag.org/olb/ under doctrine).
  2. The Exodus of the Hebrews (Book of Exodus of the Ezra Bible) was written by Feh-ya at Kaona. The book of Genesis was written by Akaboth and Dueram and Hazed. The inspiration of Genesis was from Osiris (the false) and his angel emissaries, mainly of Yotabba and Egupt.
  3. Regarding the ages of men in Genesis, the latitude between their ages became confounded with fact but with no intent to deceive. However, the records were so voluminous (being more than 6,000 books), that the scribes of Ezra could make neither head nor tail of them.
  4. The Ezra Bible was compiled and established by Ezra, in Jerusalem, and completed in the year 2344 B.K. The Koran (scripture of the Mohammedans) tells us that Ezra was thought to have been the son of God by many Jews of the time.

 

 

 
  1. (Eskra 41:26-33)     Now, when Looeamong beheld, that the other two Triunes had taken new names falsely, and that they had gained power thereby, he resolved to adopt for himself the names, Lord and God.
    27. Thoth, his chief warrior angel, fighting against Baal, had said: Most Holy Triune, I must give mortals a name to fight for. The term, Holy Ghost, is not potent.
    28. So, Looeamong falsely assumed to be God, the Lord of heaven and earth.
    29. He said to Thoth: Go tell mortals I am the same, who wrought wonders for the Israelites. And, forsooth, the Israelites will fight for me.
    30. Thoth did this. And furthermore Looeamong inspired one, Ezra, to gather all the records he could, to be proof of his labors for the Israelites.
    31. To accomplish this, Thoth employed seven hundred thousand angels, to be with Ezra and the numerous scribes whom Ezra employed. And by their inspiration were the books of the Ezra Bible written and compiled, according to the commandments of Looeamong. And there were thus collected seventy-two books, and they were put on file in the king's library in Jerusalem, after the manner in which the ancients preserved important records of events, and these books were named by Ezra, The Holy Library (Holy Bible), of which number fifty-four remain to this day.
    32. But, of all these, not one book was inspired of Jehovih, or His Son, God of heaven and earth. Nevertheless, there are many things within them, that were of Jehovih and His angels. Howbeit, though they were put on record by men, and interpreted by men.
    33. Looeamong, in these things sinneth not against Jehovih, for he did not cause his own name, Looeamong, to be made worshipful.
  2. (Book of the Arc of Bon 20:17-18)            The scribes and recorders assembled in Kaona and appointed Feh-ya (An Eguptian) to write the departure of the Israelites out of Egupt. And Feh-ya wrote the account and called it The Exodus of the Hebrews, and it was recorded in the king's House of Records. And copies of it were sent to the large cities, and there recorded also, for such was the law of Egupt. Feh-ya's record was afterward accepted by Ezra, and is that which is known to this day as the First Book of Exodus.
    18. The Book of Genesis, as it stood in the Eguptian records, was written by Akaboth and Dueram and Hazed, and was the substance from which Ezra copied it through his scribes, even as it is to this day. The inspiration of Genesis was from the God, Osiris, the false, and his emissaries, chief of whom were Yotabba and Egupt, who were angel servants to Osiris. And so far as the records now stand the spirit of both books was the Eguptian version of the whole subject.
  3. (Book of the Arc of Bon 20:19-21)  Touching genealogies, in which men seemed to have lived to so great an age, this, then, is the explanation thereof:
    20. Thothma had said to his recorders: In searching for the truth of legends, give ye the latitude thereof. For one legend will say, such a man lived seven hundred years ago, another legend will say he lived ten hundred and fifty years ago. The latitude between them is, therefore, three hundred and fifty years, which shall be the time of that man's life.
    And in this way latitude became confounded with fact, and with no intent to deceive.
    21. And behold, it came to pass that the records were worthless; and to make matters worse the records were so voluminous, being more than six thousand books, that the scribes of Ezra could make neither head nor tail of them. Nevertheless, they were all written, in the first place not by the Israelites, but by their enemies; wherein the testimony of the miracles is none the weaker.
  4. (Book of Saphah - The Basis of the Ezra Bible 47)   The Faithists proper were a small minority, and scattered in many lands. The rest, who were called Jews, lived under written laws and ceremonies, which were compiled and established by Ezra, in Jerusalem, which combination of books was called the Bible, and was completed in the year 2344 B.K. (Book of Saphah - The Basis of the Ezra Bible 57-59)  Looeamong, the false God, now changed his name and falsely called himself Christ, which is the Ahamic word for knowledge. And he raised up tribes of mortal warriors, who called themselves Christians, who are warriors to this day.
    58. The doctrine of these warriors was, that knowledge, which implieth general education, was the best preventative against crime and misery. Neither understood any man in those days that the word Christ had any reference to a man or person. Now, from the time of Moses to Ezra, there was an interval of four hundred years, in which the Jews had no written record.
    59. The age of the Ezra Bible is not, therefore, from the time of Moses, but from the time of Ezra, 2344 years B.K.