So the angels prostrated themselves, all of them together: (Surah Al-Hijr, 30)
Not so Iblis: he refused to be among those who prostrated themselves. (Surah Al-Hijr, 31)
((Allah?)) said: “O Iblis! what is your reason for not being among those who prostrated themselves?” (Surah Al-Hijr, 32)
Iblis said: “I am not one to prostrate myself to man, whom Thou didst create from sounding clay, from mud moulded into shape.” (Surah Al-Hijr, 33)
Behold! We said to the angels: “Bow down unto Adam”: They bowed down except Iblis: He said, “Shall I bow down to one whom Thou didst create from clay?” (Surah Al-Isra’, 61)
Behold! We said to the angels, “Bow down to Adam”: They bowed down except Iblis. He was one of the Jinns, and he broke the Command of his Lord. Will ye then take him and his progeny [his children and descendants] as protectors rather than me? And they are enemies to you! Evil would be the exchange for the wrong-doers! (Surah Al-Kahf, 50)
When We said to the angels, “Prostrate yourselves to Adam”, they prostrated themselves, but not Iblis: he refused. (Surah Ta Ha, 116)
So the angels prostrated themselves, all of them together: (Surah Sâd, 73)
Not so Iblis: he was haughty, and became one of those who reject Faith. (Surah Sâd, 74)
((Allah)) said: “O Iblis! What prevents thee from prostrating thyself to one whom I have created with my hands? Art thou haughty? Or art thou one of the high (and mighty) ones?” (Surah Sâd, 75)
The word “islam”…… reveals this program’s core message the best. Submission – is how it is translated. The religion of submission, of obedience, of slavish prostration before smb. This is the last abrahamic / jewish religion invented and the most simple of them: you even don’t need neither 10 commandments of Abraham nor 7 laws of Noah, cause any and all sins can be described in one only mere word – The Free Will. This word also perfectly describes Iblis / Satan.
You can see a lot of muslim comments to youtube with a very clear simple phrase: “you are Satan” every time a video shows any Free Will – all said in 3 words. They also say to any woman showing Free Will arguing with her master-man. This religion is really most simple and clear – even for us Satanists to expose it. It starts with the myth where this ultimate “sin” is shown in all its Glory: the famous myth of Satan refusing to prostrate before Adam – the “Firstborn”.
We all know that jewish / xian / muslim legend of creation was stolen from Sumerian creation myth and even the very name of the Firstborn – Adam is similar to Sumerian first created human – Adapa. But why would God Enki (the Sumerian name of Satan) worship / prostrate before his own creation? This humiliating myth – most well-known as qur’anic one – of god forcing other immortal pre-human beings to worship his creation exists only in 3 relatively new abrahamic religions. In more Ancient pre-jewish times such thing simply does not exist. Probably this creation of Adam is not identical the one of Adapa though the legend itself was stolen? Probably the one whom jewish god created for everyone to slavishly prostrate around before is not just a human on Earth… but someone else?
Also it might seem that the third abrahamic religion – xianity, the New Testament alone without the Old one – somehow lacks the legend of worship of Adam by angels since it lacks the stolen creation myth, but it is a lie. Jews don’t need stolen Sumerian legend if they can put their “enslaving-Jinns” idea elsewhere. It is very much New Testament / xian resources that spread a lot of light on this idea and its true meaning. And I will relate them further.
Right now I am going to share some research, that absolutely clears up the true meaning of this jewish prostrating myth and shows exactly who is expected to prostrate before whom in the plans of the jewish g-d.
First I would share excerpts from this article:
(WITH REFERENCE TO HEBREWS I. 6)
Chapter X of the book
Studies in Popular Islam
Collection of Papers dealing with the Superstitions and Beliefs of the Common People
BY SAMUEL M. ZWEMER
Professor of Religion and Christian Missions (Emeritus)
My notes in 
OF the many references to angels and demons in the Koran, none is more difficult to explain than the story of how the devil (Iblîs) refused to obey the Divine command to all the angels to worship Adam when he had been newly created. The angelology of Islam is very extensive and has been treated only partially by Western scholars, although it holds such an important place in the belief of popular Islam and has borrowed perhaps more than any other article of their faith from Jewish and Christian sources.
The second of the articles of the creed of orthodox Islam refers to the angels of Allah (mala’ikatihu) and includes belief in angels, jinn and demons. This article of the faith is based on numerous passages in the Koran, illustrated by countless traditions, 1 and is the cause of endless superstitions in popular Islam. 2
“Know thou,” says Kazwini, speaking of the nature of angels, “that the angels are substances (beings), free from the darkness of passion and the turbidity of wrath, never rebelling against the commandments of God, but always doing what they are commanded to do. Their food is the praise of God and their drink the description of His holy and pure being. . . . There is not a span of space in the heavens upon which no angel is to be found prostrating himself in prayer.”3
Angels are innumerable. They have no distinction of sex, as have the jinn (Surahs 43:18; 21:26; 37:159, etc.), therefore do not propagate their species.
The marginal references add to the difficulty of the interpretation of our New Testament text (cf. Deut. xxxii. 43, Sept. and Psalm xcvii. 7).
I. The Sources of the Koran Passages. Are these Jewish or Christian in origin, and how did Mohammed become acquainted with the story?
Rabbi Geiger expresses doubt whether it came through Jewish tradition, on the ground that the command to worship any other being than God would have been inconceivable to an Israelite….
[My note, this is what should be intriguing and questioning to the idea that jewish version of “Adapa” was a mere first human being on Earth and nothing else – since islam had nowhere to place its roots but in jews, despite of this rabbi’s lies]
The Jewish story is also found at some length in mediaeval Christian writers. In Pugio Fidei it reads as follows:
“R. Joshua ben Nun: ‘When the mind of Adam matured in him, the Holy One, blessed be He, said to the ministering angels, “Worship ye him!” They came (and did so) in accordance with his wishes. And Satan was greater than all the angels of heaven. And he said to God: “Lord of the Universe! Thou hast created us from the splendour of the Shekinah and Thou sayest that we should bow down before him whom Thou hast created from the dust of the ground?” The Holy One, blessed be He, answered: “He who is made from the dust of the earth has wisdom and understanding which thou dost not possess.” And it came to pass, when he would not worship him, nor hearken to the voice of God, that He cast him out of heaven and he became Satan. To him refers Isaiah’s “How art thou fallen, etc.”’”
We must remember, however, that Pugio Fidei (The Dagger of Faith), by the monk Raymundus Martinus, was not written until the thirteenth century. But this passage and many others are taken from the great Genesis Rabba of Rabbi Moses ha Darshan, the genuineness of which is established by criticism. 7 He in turn took the story from much older and pre-Islamic Jewish sources. We find it also in Pirke of R. Eliezer XI and elsewhere in the Talmud. The antiquity of the story is established by the fact that the Talmud (Genesis and Numbers Rabba) introduces it. 8
We find it again at greater length in the so-called Life of Adam and Eve, translated by R. H. Charles, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha (p. 137: Oxford, 1913):
“And with a heavy sigh, the devil spake: ‘O Adam! all my hostility, envy, and sorrow is for thee, since it is for thee that I have been expelled from my glory, which I possessed in the heavens in the midst of the angels and for thee was I cast out in the earth.’ Adam answered, ‘What dost thou tell me? What have I done to thee or what is my fault against thee? Seeing that thou hast received no harm or injury from us, why dost thou pursue us?’
“The devil replied, ‘Adam, what dost thou tell me? It is for thy sake that I have been hurled from that place. When thou wast formed, I was hurled out of the presence of God and banished from the company of angels. When God blew into thee the breath of life and thy face and likeness was made in the image of God, Michael also brought thee and made (us) worship thee in the sight of God; and God the Lord spake: “Here is Adam. I have made him in our image and likeness.”
“‘And Michael went out and called all the angels saying: “Worship the image of God as the Lord hath commanded.”
“‘And Michael himself worshipped first; then he called me and said: “Worship the image of God the Lord.” And I answered, “I have no (need) to worship Adam.” And since Michael kept urging me to worship, I said to him, “Why dost thou urge me? I will not worship an inferior and younger being (than I). I am his senior in the Creation, before he was made was I already made. It is his duty to worship me.”
“‘When the angels, who were under me, heard this, they refused to worship him. And Michael saith, “Worship the image of God, but if thou wilt not worship him, the Lord God will be wroth with thee.” And I said, “If He be wroth with me, I will set my seat above the stars of heaven and will be like the Highest.”
“‘And God the Lord was wroth with me and banished me and my angels from our glory; and on thy account were we expelled from our abodes into this world and hurled n the earth. And straightway we were overcome with grief, since we had been spoiled of so great glory. And we were grieved when we saw thee in such joy and luxury. And with guile I cheated thy wife and caused thee to be expelled through her (doing) from thy joy and luxury, as I have been driven out of my glory.’”
The date of this apocryphal book of Adam, which is of uncertain origin, is put by Hort “not earlier than the first century A . D ., nor later than the fourth century.” The author, or authors, were Jewish Hellenists. A version of it in Syriac, The Cave of Treasure, appeared in the sixth century. There were early versions also of this Life of Adam in Arabic, Ethiopic, and Armenian, which indicate the early spread of the story regarding the worship of Adam by the angels. 9 The Syriac version was translated by Bezold into German as Die Schatzhöle , and is plainly Christian and ascetic in character.
Summing up the evidence, therefore, it seems that there are two cycles of legends behind the Koran narrative: the one dealing with the objection to the creation of Adam on the part of some angels, of which the original is found in Jewish sources: the other telling of Satan’s refusal to worship Adam, which appears to be extra-Talmudic and Christian.10 Mohammed and the later compilers of Moslem tradition confused the two, and it is from looking at the remains of the independent accounts that we are able to reconstruct the whole in its original form. 11
George Sale, in his notes to the Koran translation (cf. Surah 2:34), says: “This occasion of the Devil’s fall has some affinity with an opinion which has been pretty much entertained among Christians, that the angels, being informed of God’s intention to create man after His own image, etc., some of them thinking their glory to be eclipsed, thereby envied man’s happiness and so revolted.” 12
In Die Schatzhöle, an anonymous work already referred to, which dates from the sixth century, we have the Christian legend of what took place after the creation of Adam:
“When the angels saw his splendid appearance, they were moved by the fairness of his aspect. And God gave him there the dominion over all creatures, and all the wild beasts and the cattle and the birds, and they came before Adam and he gave them names, and they bowed their heads before him and worshipped him, and all their natures worshipped and served him. And the angels and powers heard the voice of God, who said to him, ‘O Adam, behold I have made thee king, priest, prophet, lord, head and leader of all creatures and they serve thee and are thine. And I have given thee dominion over all I have created.’ And when the angels heard this word, they all bent their knees and worshipped him.
“And when the head of the lower order saw that greatness had been given to Adam, he envied him thenceforth, refused to worship him and said to his powers: ‘Worship him not and praise him not with the angels. It befits him to worship me, not me to worship dust, formed out of a grain of dust.’ Such things the rebel had uttered and was disobedient and by his own free will became separated from God. And he was felled and he fell, he and his whole band. On the sixth day in the second hour, he fell from heaven, and they were stripped of the robes of their glory, and his name was called Satana, because he had turned away from God, and Sheda, because he had been cast down, and Daiva, because he had lost the robe of his glory. And look, from that same day and until today, he and all his armies are stripped and naked and ugly to look on. And after Satan had been cast from Heaven, Adam was exalted so that he ascended to Paradise .” 13
Is Geiger therefore right when he holds 14 that “the story of God’s command that the angels should worship Adam is essentially Christian”? Or shall we agree with Jung that the story in Pugio Fidei is itself taken from the Koran, but has in it elements that are not original to the Midrash version? 15
These queries are difficult to answer. The fact remains that both in early Jewish tradition, in the Christian Apocrypha and in the Koran text, we have legends connected with angels falling prostrate (sajada) before Adam. And so we come to the second question: Does the consideration of this Koran legend throw light on Hebrews i. 6?
II. The Significance of the Passage in Hebrews. The first chapter of this anonymous epistle and the epistle itself is an argument for the supremacy and finality of the revelation of God in his Son Jesus Christ. The Messiah is shown to be superior to the angels by seven biblical proofs which indicate his names and prerogatives (verses 5-14). Vincent rightly observes: “The quotations present difficulty in that they appear, in great part, to be used in a sense and with an application different from those which they originally had. All that can be said is that the writer takes these passages as Messianic and applies them accordingly.” (Word Studies in the New Testament, vol. iv. p. 286.)
The third quotation, in the words of Moffatt, “clinches the proof of Christ’s unique authority and opens up the sense in which he is superior to the angels.” Mofatt’s translation reads: “And further, when introducing the Firstborn into the world, he says, ‘Let all God’s angels worship him.’” According to this authority on New Testament Greek, the word παλιν is not to be taken with the verb to introduce, but as a rhetorical particle of sequence in, the argument. 16 This interpretation of παλιν is also given in the Peshitto, Arabic, French and German versions, and by Erasmus, Luther, Calvin, Grotius, Bengel, Wolf, Cramer, Schulz, Bleek, Ebrard and others. 17
To what event does this introduction of the Firstborn into the world, then, refer? Some commentators say it refers to the Incarnation at Bethlehem (Chrysostom, Calvin, Owen, Calov, Bengel). Others refer it to the Resurrection and Exaltation of Christ (Grotius, Wetstein, Rambach, Peirce, Whitby ). Bleek and Reuss refer the passage “to a moment preceding the incarnation of Christ in which the Father had, by a solemn act, as it were, conducted forth and presented the Son to the beings created by Him, as the Firstborn, as their Creator and Ruler who was to uphold and guide all things.” 18
This may be “an entirely singular thought” (Lünemann) in the New Testament, but Moffatt seems inclined to accept this third interpretation and makes reference to the Ascension of Isaiah (xi. 23 f.) where the angels humbly worship Christ as He ascends to the heavens where they live; here the adoration is claimed for Him as he enters the world. 19
The quotation made by the unknown author of the epistle to the Hebrews is not found in the Hebrew text, but is taken from the Septuagint of Deut. xxxii. 43, and has a somewhat parallel reference in Psalm xcvii 7b (“Worship him, all ye gods”). Moffatt expresses the opinion that the writer of the epistle was “a Jewish Christian who had imbibed the philosophy of Alexandrian Judaism before his conversion.”
We have an example that touches the subject before us in connection with the pre-existence of the Messiah, and finds frequent expression in Talmudic literature. Dr. Oesterley states:
“This conception is of a two-fold character: in the first place, the Messiah is believed to have existed in Heaven before the world was created; God, it is said, contemplated the Messiah and his works before the Creation of the world, and concealed him under His throne (cf. 1 Peter i. 20). Satan, it is added, asked God what the light was under His throne, and God replied that it was one who would bring him to shame in the future; then, being allowed to see the Messiah, Satan trembled and sank to the ground, crying out: ‘Truly this is the Messiah who will deliver me and all heathen kings to hell’ (Pesiqtarabbati 36).” (Religion and Worship of the Synagogue, p. 233.)
Here we have, as it were, the germ of the Koran legend, although the object worthy of worship from whom Satan shrinks is not Adam, but the Messiah Himself.
III. A suggested interpretation, that the Second Adam is the Firstborn whom the angels worshipped. Our thesis was the seven-fold reference in the Koran to the angels worshipping Adam; our antithesis the passage in Hebrews i. 6, where the New Testament writer places the Messiah as the object of angelic worship. Is there a possible synthesis by equating the Second Adam of St. Paul (1 Cor. xv. 45) with the Firstborn (prototokos) of Col. i. 15, 18, Romans viii. 29, and the passage in Hebrews?
“The first Adam became a living soul, the last Adam a quickening spirit”—these Pauline words have been interpreted in various ways. Baur, Pfleiderer, Beyschlag, and others see in “the Second Adam, the lord from heaven,” the pre-existent Christ whom they identify with Philo’s ideal or “heavenly man” of Genesis [my note, Philo is a jew who corrupted Hellenistic Platonic philosophy into jewish messianic ideal] i. 26. According to this interpretation, Christ was the Urmensch [pre-human], the prototype of humanity existing with God from all eternity. 22
Hugo Gressmann, in his book, Der Ursprung der israelitisch-jüdischen Eschatologie (Göttingen, 1905), points out that the pre-existence of the Messiah as the original Adam is found in Daniel, in 2 Ezra, and in the book of Enoch. He concludes also that, although the idea of such a pre-existent Adam is not found in the Gospels, Paul comes back to it:
[Translated from German]
“Paul also sees the relations to the heavenly Messiah figure, d. H. Of the title Son of man meaning not the primitive man (I Cor. 15: 45). He not only shows the blatant parallel between Adam and Christ: ‘It was the first man Adam to living soul, the last Adam became alive machendem spirit,’ but even polemically adds: Not the ‘Sacred comes first, but only the soul, and afterwards the clergymen. The first man is of the earth, earthy, the second man is from heaven’. So it must still have been people in his time, according to the theory of whom the first man was a heavenly being…” (p. 365.)
Philo’s idea of two Adams is also found in Jewish literature. The Rabbinical title ha-Adam ha- acharon is given to the Messiah (Neve Shalom IX. g.). 23 Indeed, we find this belief in an earthly and a heavenly Adam fully developed in the Jewish doctrine of Adam Kadmon. 24 The heavenly man as the perfect image of the Logos is neither man nor woman, but an incorporeal intelligence or idea. Philo combines the Midrash and Platonic philosophy.
[My note, Philo was a filthy messianic jew corrupting Greek writings]
The Pharisees held (Gen. R. viii. 1) the same dual idea. According to the Rabbis, the spirit of Adam existed, not only before the creation of the earthly Adam, but before the creation. This pre-existing Adam was even called the Messiah. Akiba in the Talmud, although denying any resemblance between God and other beings, even the highest type of angels, teaches that man was created after an image, an archetype, for “He made man in his image.” 25 The later Zohar and Kabbalah even give illustrative diagrams of this Adam Kadmon in which the divine attributes of wisdom, intelligence, beauty, love, justice, splendour, etc., are written across the various bodily members of the ideal man, the prototype of the earthly Adam. This Philonic and Talmudic doctrine was taken up later in the Clementine, Homilies, as well as by the Ebionites and other Judaeo-Christian sects. They held that “the heavenly Christ was thus actually incarnated twice and lived twice on earth—in Adam and in Jesus. But he had often assumed an occasional and visible form, and had thus revealed Himself to the most distinguished saints of the Old Testament.”
After writing this, we found, much to our surprise, that Jonathan Edwards, in some Miscellaneous Observations at the close of his volume of sermons, speaks of the fall of the angels in terms that are, in a sense, almost parallel to the conclusions we have reached (Edward’s Works (New York, 1830), vol. viii. pp. 496-509):
“It seems to me probable that the temptation of the angels, which occasioned their rebellion, was, That when God was about to create man, or had first created him, God declared his decree to the angels that one of that human nature should be his Son, his best beloved, his greatest favourite, and should be united to his Eternal Son, and that he should be their Head and King, that they should be given to him, and should worship him, and be his servants, attendants, and ministers: and God having thus declared his great love to the race of mankind, gave the angels the charge of them as ministering spirits to men. Satan, or Lucifer, or Beelzebub, being the archangel, one of the highest of the angels, could not bear it, thought it below him, and a great debasing to him. So he conceived rebellion against the Almighty, and drew a vast company of the heavenly hosts with him.” (p. 496.)
“. . . And as all the angels are called the sons of God, Lucifer was his first-born, and was the first-born of every creature. But when it was revealed to him, high and glorious as he was, that he must be a ministering spirit to the race of mankind which he had seen newly created, which appeared so feeble, mean, and despicable, so vastly inferior, not only to him, the prince of the angels, and head of the created universe, but also to the inferior angels, and that he must be subject to one of that race that should hereafter be born, he could not bear it. This occasioned his fall; and now he, with the other angels whom he drew away with him, are fallen, and elect men are translated to supply their places, and are exalted vastly higher in heaven than they. And the Man Jesus Christ, the Chief, and Prince, and Captain of all elect men, is translated and set in the throne that Lucifer, the chief and prince of the angels, left, to be the Head of the angels in his stead, the head of principality and power, that all the angels might do obeisance to him; for God said, ‘Let all the angels of God worship him’; and God made him his first-born instead of Lucifer, higher than all those thrones, dominions, principalities and powers, and made him, yea, made him in his stead the first-born of every creature, or of the whole creation.” (p. 503.)
Jonathan Edwards fortifies his conclusion that the occasion of the fall of the angels was their unwillingness to do obeisance to the Messiah, by referring to Zanchius and Suarez, 29“the best of the schoolmen,” without giving any reference (p. 507). Further he states that Mr. Charles Owen in his book Wonders of Redeeming Love (p. 74) has the same opinion, and that Dr. Goodwin in the second volume of his works, in a Discourse on the Knowledge of God the Father, states:
“A lower degree of accursed pride fell into the heart of the devil himself, whose sin in his first apostatizing from God, is conceived to be a stomaching that man should be one day advanced unto the hypostatical union, and be one person with the Son of God, whose proud angelical nature (then in actual existence, the highest of creatures), could not brook.” (p. 509.)
Thus at least some Calvinistic theologians agree in their interpretation of Hebrews i. 6, and the true interpretation of both the Koran and the New Testament passages finds its climax in the Te Deum:
“To Thee all angels cry aloud, the heavens and all the powers therein. To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim continually do cry, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of Sabaoth. . . . Thou art the King of Glory, O Christ. Thou art the everlasting Son of the Father.”
Taken from here
Now I would go into some more details about the Book of Enoch mentioned in the above article and share some quotes. The book of Noah predates both islam and xianity, the “Enoch” personage was said to be a rabbi, grandpa of Noah – all fictitious of course – thus lived long before Christ, though he wrote about him as a hidden messiah, a “Son of men” – a very well-known epithet of Jewsus – the Elect One [the Chosen One, the Jew] who was placed by “the Lord of Spirits” on the heavenly throne to be above and to rule over any and all angels and saints long before he came into this world as Jesus Christ:
“And at that hour that Son of Man was named In the presence of the Lord of Spirits, And his name before the Head of Days. 3. Yea, before the sun and the signs were created, Before the stars of the heaven were made, His name was named before the Lord of Spirits…….. 5. All who dwell on earth shall fall down and worship before him…”
And this jewish messiah was to judge the angels together with humans in the Day of Judgment. This quote also shows itself to be the exact copy of the worship of Adam by angels myth. The below I copy and paste from the original translation of 1906 with references to later abrahamic resources allegedly quoting it:
And it was the jewish messiah who destroyed the Earth before the eyes of Noah during the first Flood in punishment for Demons’ and human women’s love. Actually this book says that the goal of the flood was to bound both men and “those who led them astray” – Satan and his Demons, as well as total genocide of “the Giants” – “the great men of old, the men of renown” [my note, the White Race].
All this was to be done away by jewish messiah Jesus Christ long before Gospels were believed to be written.
LV. 3-LVI. 4. Final Judgement of Azâzêl, the Watchers and their children [the White Race].
“When I have desired to take hold of them by the hand of the angels on the day of tribulation and pain because of this, I will cause My chastisement and My wrath to abide upon them, saith God, the Lord of Spirits. 4. Ye mighty kings who dwell on the earth, ye shall have to behold Mine Elect One, how he sits on the throne of glory and judges Azâzêl, and all his associates, and all his hosts in the name of the Lord of Spirits.’”
“And in those days Noah saw the earth that it had sunk down and its destruction was nigh…”
“And after that he showed me the angels of punishment who are prepared to come and let loose all the powers of the waters which are beneath in the earth [the Flood] in order to bring judgement and destruction on all who [abide and] dwell on the earth”.
Submissive angels speaking to each other about g-d’s prepared punishment for non-submissive Ones (Satan and his Demons)
“And on that day Michael answered Raphael and said: ‘The power of the spirit transports and makes me to tremble because of the severity of the judgement of the secrets, the judgement of the angels: who can endure the severe judgement which has been executed, and before which they melt away?’ 3. And Michael answered again, and said to Raphael: ‘Who is he whose heart is not softened concerning it, and whose reins are not troubled by this word of judgement (that) has gone forth upon them because of those who have thus led them out?’ 4. And it came to pass when he stood before the Lord of Spirits, Michael said thus to Raphael: ‘I will not take their part under the eye of the Lord; for the Lord of Spirits has been angry with them because they do as if they were the Lord.”
Then they sum up the names of those angels who taught people all secrets of Gods and made them powerful and kings of the Earth. And give this sum of judgment to the Elect One – the jewish messiah Jesus Christ – to rule them away.
“…the name of that Son of Man had been revealed unto them.
27. And he sat on the throne of his glory,
And the sum of judgement was given unto the Son of Man,
And he caused the sinners to pass away and be destroyed from off the face of the earth,
And those who have led the world astray.
28. With chains shall they be bound,
And in their assemblage-place of destruction shall they be imprisoned,
And all their works [giving men godly powers and wisdom] vanish from the face of the earth…”
The Flood was the Judgment of Jesus Christ hidden in Heaven long before his entrance on the Earth in a womb of a jewess. Over all 200 Sons of Gods [Satan and his Demons] – Azazel [Samiyaza] and many others – who came onto the daughters of men and had children with them. And over the Giants [the White Race] – the children of those Sons of Gods and human women – who were to be exterminated from the face of the Earth totally, while all other nations and angels submit and be bound forever.
Actually the Flood is the early version of the Day of Judgement which has absolutely same purpose as the so called Last One – Revelation’s one, one clearly derived from another. The Book of Enoch shows the absolutely same myth of worship of messiah by angels [by angels, men, all life at all, and absolute death of the White Race of Giants / sinners / unbelievers] as it is in the very beginning of quran when the same was shown by angels to the prophet Mohammed.
The same myth is related in the bible itself – in both testaments. The mere fact that this myth went from the middle to the end of the New Testament does not matter absolutely anything. Actually it can be traced both in the beginning (Gospels) and in the end (Revelation of St. John); if we take New Testament alone – like xians like doing – we see that all this “jewsus-only” story starts with the worship messiah by angels and ends with the same worship messiah by angels. It’s the underlying myth which New Testament is based on.
Remember ha-Adam was a title of messiah long before Gospels were ever written.
New Testament begins with it………..
8. Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain, and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them;
9. And saith unto him, All these things will I give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me.
10. Then saith Jesus unto him, Get thee hence, Satan: for it is written, Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve.
11. Then the devil leaveth him, and, behold, angels came and ministered unto him.
So is it not the same qur’anic myth? The same proud Satan who is the only one in the story who speaks to jewsus (slavishly worshipped by angels) as a superior speaks to the inferior – as if jewsus were the same creation of dust and mud as quranic Adam… Where is the difference? The only difference is the word “Adam” was stolen from one place, and word “Jesus” – from another. Jews steal names and legends, but corrupt them all into the same.
……….And the New Testament ends with it:
9. After this I beheld, and, lo, a great multitude…
10. …cried with a loud voice, saying, Salvation to our God which sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb.
11. And all the angels stood round about the throne, and about the elders and the four beasts, and fell before the throne on their faces, and worshipped God…
Not only this isolated moment but all revelation is shock full of worshipping jewsus by angels. Another one:
11. And I beheld, and I heard the voice of many angels round about the throne and the beasts and the elders: and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands;
12. Saying with a loud voice, Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing.
Actually first 3 chapters of Revelation is jewsus disciplining his angels (all stolen from Ancient chakras allegory of course) – moreover, unlike all other text, 1-3 chapters STRESS that it is jewsus himself – not his father – who scorns and judges angels, threatening them his – jewsus’ – wrath if they don’t repent and humiliate them saying they know nothing, are blind, mistaken misled and miserable:
15. I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot.
16. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.
17. Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked:
18. I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich; and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see.
The above is how jewish messiah jewsus Christ treats those of angels who worship him serving at his churches. My note, after jewsus gave lesson to all 7 angels of churches, he takes the sit on his father’s throne – they both sit on one throne, they are equal, so anytime angels or anyone else prostrate before throne, they prostrated before both:
21. To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne.
The first time John sees jewsus John prostrates before him and jewsus likes it, while several times in Revelation John tries to worship an angel and every time the angel replies in all humility to worship jewsus instead:
8. And I John saw these things, and heard them. And when I had heard and seen, I fell down to worship before the feet of the angel which shewed me these things.
9. Then saith he unto me, See thou do it not: for I [angel] am thy fellow servant, and of thy brethren the prophets, and of them which keep the sayings of this book: worship God.
[Below the words of jewish messiah Jesus Christ sitting on heavenly throne]
13. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.
16. I Jesus have sent mine angel [so jesus gives tasks to angels and commands them] to testify unto you these things in the churches. I [Jesus] am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star [the title he stole from Satan according all jewish sources, the original title of Satan].
10. And I fell at his feet to worship him. And he said unto me, See thou do it not: I [angel] am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren that have the testimony of Jesus: worship God: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.
Offspring of David, meaning Jesus is a blood jew. Also we see why Jesus started Revelation of John by scorning angels of churches [7 churches stolen from 7 chakras of course] – Jesus itself was the very one sending them there from the very beginning since jesus was with g-d from the beginning (John 1:1-4).
My note. Revelation 1:8, 1:11, 21:6 and 22:13 – with “Alpha and Omega” – is rewriting of old messianic jewish legend of the first Adam and the last Adam, which Paul repeats in his messages for those who like to take New testament apart of the Old one:
45. And so it is written, The first man Adam was made a living soul; the last Adam was made a quickening spirit.
(1 Corinthians 15:45)
For those xians who do not like to read the Old Testament (torah) and other early jewish writings as “Phariseeism”, apostle John clears it up:
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind.” (John 1:1-4)
Apostle Paul explains you whom exactly jewish g-d wants to worship whom and why:
1. God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets,
2. Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds;
3. Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high;
4. Being made so much better than the angels, as he hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than they.
5. For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son?
6. And again, when he bringeth in the firstbegotten into the world, he saith, And let all the angels of God worship him.
7. And of the angels he saith, Who maketh his angels spirits, and his ministers a flame of fire.
8. But unto the Son he saith, Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: a sceptre of righteousness is the sceptre of thy kingdom.
9. Thou hast loved righteousness, and hated iniquity; therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows.
10. And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands:
11. They shall perish; but thou remainest; and they all shall wax old as doth a garment;
12. And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed: but thou art the same, and thy years shall not fail.
13. But to which of the angels said he at any time, Sit on my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool?
14. Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation?
This is absolutely the same myth as the quranic one related in this article in the first place. Again, the fact that it is just some crazy jew preaching his fellow jew about messiah, not some angel showing creation to jew “Mohammed”, does not matter the damn. What is important is that in both cases there is an image of “Chosen One”, the “firstborn” of abrahamic g-d. And there are slaves, made out of previously immortal beings. While the only one not willing to be enslaved is Satan.
Now I have muslim evidence that jewsus christ is muslim messiah, and islam is jewish messianic religion, and Adam and Jesus in quran are the same, and jewish messiah jesus christ is muslim “firstborn” and existed in muslim heaven before creation. The one providing me with the evidence is allah. To it I am giving now my word:
Jewsus is muslim messiah and islam is messianic religion:
“Allah said, “O Jesus, indeed I will take you and raise you to Myself and purify you from those who disbelieve and make those who follow you [in submission to Allah alone] superior to those who disbelieve until the Day of Resurrection. Then to Me is your return, and I will judge between you concerning that in which you used to differ.”
[Quran 3:55 – the words of allah]
Jewsus and Adam in quran are the same – the creation of dust and mud:
“Indeed, the example of Jesus to Allah is like that of Adam. He created Him from dust; then He said to him, “Be,” and he was.”
[Quran 3:59 – the words of allah]
A messiah of dust and mud… as everything else in islam.
The other thing I want to mention is that the title of “The Firstborn” from the beginning of times, as well as the titles like Morning Star, Twice-born, Son of God, Son of the Morning and many others, belonged to Satan.
“. . . And as all the angels are called the sons of God, Lucifer was his first-born, and was the first-born of every creature. But when it was revealed to him, high and glorious as he was, that he must be a ministering spirit to the race of mankind which he had seen newly created, which appeared so feeble, mean, and despicable, so vastly inferior, not only to him, the prince of the angels, and head of the created universe, but also to the inferior angels, and that he must be subject to one of that race that should hereafter be born, he could not bear it.”
– Jonathan Edwards
This translates as: before the invasion of the Jews, the world was ruled by the White Race and its God, Satan. The Jews declared us a thing in the direct sense of the word – slaves, property. Neither we nor our God could bear it.
From the quotation it can be seen that the Jews consider Satan to be much more ancient being than their Jewish god, and than themselves. That they are well aware of his real age and nature. Twice born in Sanskrit were those who were born a second time in the immortal life. Being alive, they performed Magnus Opus, and received a new birth in an ever-living physical body. They perverted all these into eternal slavery in a heavenly GULAG with no body, neither feelings, nor thoughts — a completely dead state. They turned eternal life into eternal death.
Nobody created Satan. In kabbalah, the prostitute of Jesus, the Apostle John, correctly said about the so called “god” is just a word for vibration, it is just a power, Ain Sof, the ether. Becoming a Firstborn is related to this allegory:
“And I (allaah) CREATED NOT jinns and humans, except those who worship me (alone).” [al-Dhaariyaat 51:56].
[Also loosely translated as “I created them only to worship” which is a logical mistake and nonsense: they would worship it then]
Satan the Father of all Jinns
“Will you then take him (Iblees) and his offspring (Jinns) as protectors and helpers rather than Me while they are enemies to you? What an evil is the exchange for the Zaalimoon (polytheists, and wrongdoers, etc)”
[al-Kahf 18:50, the words of allah]
Jews stole this allegory from the same place they stole Ham:
“Kama, in the mythology of India, is the god of love. In the era of the Vedas (2nd millennium – 7th century BC), he personified cosmic desire or creative impulse and was called the Firstborn of primitive Chaos [my note: the latter is where kikes stole Ain Sof] that makes all creation possible. … Others believe that the delicate bodiless form of Kama makes him even more agile and omnipresent than if he were limited by a physical body. ”
“The firstborn of the creation” in the literal sense – is bullshit. The world is ETERNAL in all senses – microcosm, macrocosm and all measures, and the personage of the “Firstborn” is proved by physics and mathematics to never exist. It is just an expression of speech to express the nature of the ether, the 5th element, “omnipresent” and “disembodied”, but from which, nevertheless, everything is composed, and to which everything goes back, just like all programs at a low level go back to the technical code – therefore called “the creator of the universe” and “the firstborn of creation.”
Such a “Firstborn of Creation” is depicted on the Tarot card Fool or Joker. Traditionally, the character on this card makes a step into the pit, i.e. he is going to walk on the air as easily as if he were walking a narrow road, thereby showing that he is the ether, which is lighter than earth, air, and all the elements.
This condition also occurs after gaining immortality:
“I am food, I am food, I am food. I am the eater, I am the eater, I am the eater, … the Firstborn, states the divinity – Tayttiriya, the Upanishads (3.10.6 )
This is said in the context where the food is Soma, black, and the taste-Agni is red. This is Ida and Pingala – the female and male channels of energy. Divinity is born from their union, as shown above, and is called the Firstborn.
Further answers to the questions by whom and for what purpose the title of the Firstborn was stolen.
2 Esdras, also early jewish writing, sheds the brightest light on who exactly is jewish g-d’s “Firstborn”:
2 Esdras, also early jewish writing, sheds the brightest light on who exactly is jewish g-d’s “Firstborn”:
Bible, King James Version
………….. [Long complaint of Esdras to his jewish g-d on Heathens overcoming jewish people]……………
 And after these, Adam also, whom thou madest lord of all thy creatures: of him come we all, and the people also whom thou hast chosen.
 All this have I spoken before thee, O Lord, because thou madest the world for our sakes
 As for the other people, which also come of Adam, thou hast said that they are nothing, but be like unto spittle: and hast likened the abundance of them unto a drop that falleth from a vessel.
 And now, O Lord, behold, these heathen, which have ever been reputed as nothing, have begun to be lords over us, and to devour us.
 But we thy people, whom thou hast called thy firstborn, thy only begotten, and thy fervent lover, are given into their hands.
 If the world now be made for our sakes, why do we not possess an inheritance with the world? how long shall this endure?
[my note, “other people, who also come of Adam” probably mean the Serpent’s seed in Eve]
It also answers the question that would rise after…………
“And I (allaah) CREATED NOT jinns and humans, except those who worship me (alone).” [al-Dhaariyaat 51:56].
Who would worship abrahamic g-d from the very creation but kikes?
The “Firstborn” – whom jewish/muslim/xian g-d many times in many different jewish books loosely tried to make Satan prostrate before is not a stolen Pagan personage – be he from one stolen legend or another – the only “Firstborn” of the jewish g-d…………… is his own people – THE JEWS. And their messiah as their collective hive mind representative. With all various names it has stolen from everywhere during its long life.
Studies in Popular Islam. BY SAMUEL M. ZWEMER. Chapter X THE WORSHIP OF ADAM BY ANGELS http://answering-islam.org./Books/Zwemer/Studies/chap10.htm
The book of Enoch http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/boe/index.htm
2 Esdras http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/text/2esdras.html
Quran and islamic sources:
The Myths and Gods of India by Alain Daniélou