The Children of Agni

In continuation from the last Chapter, I will detail further the Occult symbolism of Osiris. Based from "The Anacalypsis" Book 1 page 136 states this:

"....The ancient name, as we have said, was Sir, or Siri, the same as O-sir, or Osiris, who was al- ways black ; after whom it was called, and by whom was meant the sun. Thus it was called the river of the sun, or the river sun, or the river of Osiris — as we say, the river of the Amazons, or the river Amazon." (Sirius) "And this river flowed from the land of the sun and moon. It arose in the mountains of the moon, and flowed through the land of Sir, perhaps the land of Siriad, where Josephus was told that columns had been placed which were built before the flood — xoltol ttjv yyv Sjugio&a. Manetho, 300 years before Josephus, says, these columns stood sv ry yy\ Xvgiafiixy, and from them Josephus took his history, which was inscribed on them in the sacred language and in hieroglyphical characters, a language and character evidently both unknown to him."

"These columns were probably the Egyptian monuments — Pyramids, or Obelisks, which had escaped the destruction of Cambyses, perhaps because they were only historical and not religious, or perhaps because they were linghams, to which the Persians might not object — but the knowledge of whose characters was at that time lost amidst the universal destruction of priests and temples, and which has never been really known since, though the new priests would not be willing to confess their ignorance...."

"The modern words Sir, Mon-sieur, Mon-seignor, are all derived from the Hebrew word -)ty Sr, or Lord, as we translate it, which was an epithet of the sun in all the eastern countries. This is the same as the Iswara of India, which means Lord. 2 The Bull of the Zodiac, or the sun, also had a name very similar to this, whence probably it came to be applied to the animal j or at least they had the same names. See Parkhurst in voce *0iy sur."

"Mr. Maurice says,.... Deum vocant. Surya is the name of the solar divinity of India. It is also the name of Osiris. Mr. Bryant says... ​As the God of the Egyptians went by several names, as Apis, Serapis, Cneph, Osiris, &c, so did the God of the Hindoos. The word sable or black was one of their epithets. Thus Christ is, in like manner, an epithet of Jesus. He is called Jesus the Christ, the Anointed."

"As the reader has seen above, and also in my Celtic Druids, I have derived Osiris from the word Sr, and the Greek emphatic article O. This derivation is justified by Porphyry. But Hel- lanicus informs us, that it was sometimes written Tcripig. Now, as Isis was the wife of Osiris, may it not have come from the Hebrew word y^> iso, to save, and itp sr, or -jittf sur f Osiris was the Sun, so was Surya in India and Persia : for, as we have seen, Persse Sure Deum vocant." "Syria was the land of the Sun. The Sun was called Lord and Saviour ; so was Mithra. The Bull was the emblem of the Sun— of Mithra, called Lord, and of the God in the land where Surya or the Sun, with seven heads, was adored, and in Japan, where he breaks the mundane egg with his horn. The Bull was the body into which Osiris transmigrated after his death ; and, lastly, the Hebrew name for bull is "nay sur. Orpheus has a hymn to the Lord Bull. Iswara of India or Osiris, is the husband of Isi or of Isis ; and Surya is Buddha. Can all these coincidences be the effect of accident ?"

"The adoration of a black stone is a very singular superstition. Like many other superstitions this also came from India. Buddha was adored as a square black stone ; so was Mercury ; so was the Roman Terminus. The famous Pessinuntian stone, brought to Rome, was square and black."

"The sacred black stone at Mecca many of my readers are acquainted with, and George the Fourth did very wisely to be crowned on the square stone, nearer black than any other colour, of Scotia and Ireland. In Montfaucon, a black Isis and Orus are described in the printing, but not in the plate. I sus- pect many of Montfaucon's figures ought to be black, which are not so described. 7 Pausanias states the Thespians to have had a temple and statue to Jupiter the Saviour, and a statue to Love, consisting only of a rude stone j and a temple to Venus Melainis, or the black."

"8 Ammon was founded by Black doves, At§s-Io)V££. One of them flew from Ammon to Dodona and founded it. 9 At Corinth there was a black. Venus. 10 In my search into the origin of ancient Druids, I continually found, at last, that my labours ter- minated with something black. Thus the oracles at Dodona, and of Apollo at Delphi, were founded by black doves. Doves are not often, I believe never really, black."

This is based on "Ammon Zeus". It's important to know that Osiris is also known as "Amun Ra", who is Ammon Zeus...


Page 152: "The time has now arrived when it becomes proper to enter upon an examination of the doctrines of the celebrated Buddha of India, which were the foundations of all the mythoses of the Western nations, as well as of those which we have seen of Cristna; and from these two were supplied most of the superstitions which became engrafted into the religion of Jesus Christ. I shall shew, that Buddha and Cristna were only renewed incarnations of the same Being, and that Being the Solar power, or a principle symbolized by the Sun—a principle made by the sun visible to the eyes of mortals : and particularly exhibiting himself in his glory at the vernal equinox, in the heavenly constellation known by the name of Taurus, as BUDDHA, and subsequently in that of Aries, as CRISTNA."

Page 153: "Buddha is variously pronounced and expressed Boudh, Bod, Bot, But, Bad, Budd, Buddou, Boutta, Bota, Budso, Pot, Pout, Pota, Poti, and Pouti. The Siamese make the final T or D quiescent, and sound the word Po; whence the Chinese still further vary it to Pho or Fo. In the Talmudic dialect the name is pronounced Poden or Pooden; whence the city, which one contained the temple of Sumnaut or Suman-nath, is called Patten-Sumnaut."

"The braod sound of the U or Ou or Oo, passes in the variation Patten into A, pronounced Ah or Au; and in a similar manner, when the P is sounded B, we meet with Bad, Bat, and Bhat. All these are in fact no more than a ringing of changes on the cognate letters B and P, T and D. Another of his names is Saman, which is varied into Somon, Somono, Samana, Suman-Nath, and Sarmana. From this was borrowed the sectarian appellation of Samaneans, or Sarmaneans."

"A third is Gautama, which is indifferently expressed Gautameh, Godama, Godam, Codam, Cadan, Cardam, and Cardana. A fourth is Saca, Sacya, Siaka, Shaka, Xaca, Xaca-Muni or Xaca-Menu and Kia, which is the uncompounded form of Sa-Kia. A fifth is Dherma, or Dharma, or Dherma-rajah. A sixth is Hermias, Her-Moye, or Heri-Maya. A seventh is Datta, Dat-Alreya, That-Dalna, Date, Tat or Tot, Deva-Tut or Deva-Twasta. An eighth is Jain, Jina, Chin, Jain-Deo, Chin-Deo, or Jain-Eswar. A ninth is Ahran. A tenth is Mahi-Man, Mai-Man, or (if Om is added) Mai-Man-Om."

"An eleventh is Min-Eswara, formed by the same title Min or Man or Menu joined to Eswara. A twelfth is Gomat or Gomat-Eswara. A thiteenth, when he is considered as Eswara or Siva, is Ma-Esa or Har-Esa; that is to say, the great Esa or the Lord Esa. A fourteenth is Dagon or Dagun, or Dak-Po. A fifteenth is Tara-Nath. And a sixteenth is Arca-Bandhu or Kinsman of the Sun."* * Faber, Pag. Idol. B. iv. Chap. v. p. 351. "Wod or Vod is a mere variation of Bod; and Woden is simply the Talmudic mode of pronouncing Buddha : for in that mode of enunciation, Buddha is expressed Pooden or Poden; and Poden is undoubtedly the same word as Voden or Woden."*

"This etymology is assented to by Sir W. Jones, if it were not, as I believe it was, originally proposed by him. Woden was the God of the Scuths and Scandinavians, and said to be the inventor of their letters; as Hermes was the supposed inventor of the letters of the Egyptians. This, among other circumstances, tends to prove that the religion of the Celts and Scuths of the West was Buddhism. The Celtic Teutates is the Gothic Teut or Tuisto, Buddha's titles of Tat, Datta, or Twashta. Taranis is Tara-Nath. Hesus of Gaul is, Esa, Ma-Hesa, and Har-Esa. But those are by the Latin writers called Mercury."

"Page 154 My reader will observe that I have given from Mr. Faber sixteen different names of Buddha, by which he undertakes to prove that he was known at different times and in different places. Mr. Faber enters at great length into the discussion of each, and proves his case, in almost every instance, in a way which cannot reasonably be disputed. ... In my Celtic Druids I have shewn that the worship of Buddha is everywhere to be found—in Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. Hu, the great God of the Welsh, is called Buddwas; and they call their God Budd, the God of victory, the king who rises in light and ascends the sky. In Scotland, the country people frighten their children by telling them, that old Bud or the old man will take them. In India, one of the meanings of the word Buddha is old man. In this inquiry it seems of the first consequence to ascertain the meaning of the word Buddha."

"From the examination of the accounts of the different authors, this celebrated word appears to have the same meaning as to the first word of Genesis, that is, Wisdom, or extremely wise, or wise in a high degree. M. Creuzer gives it savant, sage, intelligence, excellente, et supérieure. He says, it allies itself or is closely allied to the understanding, mind, intelligence unique, and supreme of God. This is confirmed by Mr. Ward, the missionary, who tells us that Buddha is the Deity of WISDOM, as was the Minerva of Greece. When devotees pray for wisdom to their king, they say, may Buddha give thee wisdom.* * Ward's Hist. of Hind."

p.452. "… In the Pali, of Ceylon, it means universal knowledge or holiness.* * Asiat. Res. Vol. XVII. p.33. In Sanscrit we have, Sanskrit Root, Budh, to know, to be aware; Budhyati, he knows, is aware; Bodhay~mi, I inform, I teach. Buddhi, wisdom; Buddha, sage, wise; Bodha, WISDOM. Two facts seem to be universally agreed upon by all persons who have written respecting Buddha. The first is, that at last he is always found to resolve himself into the sun, either as the sun, or as the higher principle of which the sun is the image or emblem, or of which the sun is the residence. The second is, that the word Buddha means WISDOM."

"Now, we cannot believe that this WISDOM would be called by so singular a name as Buddha, without a cause. Page 155 It has been observed by several philologers that the letters B D, B T, universally convey the idea either of former or of creator. But Genesis says the world was formed by WISDOM. Wisdom was the Buddha or former of the world : thus WISDOM, I conceive, became called Bud. Wisdom was the first emanation, so was Buddha. Wisdom was the Logos by which the world was formed; but Buddha was the Creator : thus the Logos and Budd are identical, the same person of the Trinity."

"… I shall shew that Logos, Bud, and Rasit, were only names in different languages for the same idea. Mr. Whiter says, "Through the whole compass of language the element B D denotes Being : hence we have the great Deity worshipped all over the East—Budda."* Then Buddha will mean the existent or self-existent wisdom, self existent as an integral part of the Trinity. He then informs us that, in Persian, Bud-en Bud, signifies to be. The same as Is, est, existo. Bud is clearly the I am that I am of our Bible; or, in the original, which has no present tense, the I shall be, or the I have been; or what, perhaps, this celebrated text may mean, THAT WHICH I HAVE BEEN, I SHALL BE—Eternity, past and future. * Etymol. Univ. Vol. I. p.310. "… The following is the speech of Arjoon respecting Vishnu as Cristna—Thou art all in all."

"… O supreme Bhagavat, thou art the Buddha Avatar who shall tranquilize and give ease to Devaties, human creatures, and Ditytes."* * Camp. Key, Vol. II. p.294. I think I could scarcely have wished for a more complete proof of the truth of my doctrine of the renewal of the Avatars, than the above. It shews, in fact, that both Buddha and Cristna are nothing but renewed incarnations in each cycle. The ancient identity of the worship of Buddha and of Cristna, receives a strong confirmation from the fact, that the Buddhists have TEN incarnations of Buddha, the same as the followers of Cristna, and, what is remarkable, called by the same names.* * Ward's India, p.387.

Page 156: "… The only fact worthy of notice here is, that Buddha was universally allowed to be the first of the incarnations; that Cristna was of later date; and that, at the æra of the birth of Christ, eight of them had appeared on the earth, and that the other two were expected to follow before the end of the Cali-Yug, or of the present age. … Between the Brahmins and the Buddhists there exists the greatest conceivable enmity … The ancient histories of the Hindoos are full of accounts of terrible wars between the different sectaries, which probably lasted, with the intermissions usual in such cases, for many generations, and extended their influence over the whole world; and we shall see in the course of this work, that, in their results, they continue to exercise an influence over the destinies of mankind. Buddha is allowed by his enemies, the Brahmins, to have been an avatar."

"Then here is divine wisdom incarnate, of whom the Bull of the Zodiac was the emblem. Here he is the Protogonos or first-begotten, the God or Goddess Mhtij of the Greeks, being, perhaps, both male and female. He is at once described as divine wisdom, the Sun, and Taurus. This is the first Buddha or incarnation of wisdom, by many of the Brahmins often confounded with a person of the same name, supposed to have lived at a later day. In fact, Buddha or the wise, if the word were not merely the name of a doctrine, seems to have been an appellation taken by several persons, or one person incarnate at several periods, and from this circumstance much confusion has arisen."

"The mother of Buddha was MAIA, who was also the mother of Mercury, a fact of the first importance. Of this Maia or Maja the mother of Mercury, Mr. Davies* says, "The universal genius of nature, which discriminated all things, according to their various kinds or species—the same, perhaps, as the Meth of the Ægyptians, and the Mhtij of the Orphic bards, which was of all kinds, and the author of all things.—Kai Mhtij pfwtoj genetwr. Orph. Frag." To this, Mr. Whiter adds, "to these terms belong the well-known deities Budda and Amida. The Fo of the Chinese is acknowledged to be the Fod or Budda of the Eastern world, and the Mercury of the Greeks." He then gives the following passage from Barrow's Travels : "The Budha of the Hindus was the son of Maya, and one of his epithets in Amita. The Fo of China was the son of Mo-ya, and one of his epithets is Om-e-to; and in Japan, whose natives are of Chinese origin, the same God Fo is worshipped under the name of Amida. …"

The Anacalypsis, Page 309: "The MERCURY of Egypt, Teut-tat, is the same as the Gothic Thiod-tat, or query, Thiod-ad ?* Here we come, perhaps, at the origin of Qeoj. Jayadeva describes Buddha as bathing in blood, or sacrificing his life to wash away the offences of mankind, and thereby to make them partakers of the kingdom of heaven. On this the author of the Cambridge Key** says, "Can a Christian doubt that this Buddha was the type of the Saviour of the world ?" This Buddha the Cantab. supposes to have been Enoch...."

Now, if you see Jesus with the sheep and Hermes with the sheep that is because Jesus is Hermes who is known as "Kriophoros", and the Egyptian God "Bes". There is also "Moscophoros" as the calf bearer as well. Then the story of David slaying the giant with a stone is the same as the giant Argus being slain by Hermes.

From the Wiki states: "The messenger of the Olympian gods, disguised as a shepherd, first put all of Argus' eyes asleep with spoken charms, then slew him by hitting him with a stone, the first stain of bloodshed among the new generation of gods. After beheading Argus, Hermes acquired the epithet Argeiphontes or “Argus-slayer”. This will connect to how the star of David is none other than the star of Hermes/Thoth/Metatron who is "Moloch".

Now, there is a "black goat" demon called "Krampus". Here in the Wiki states this: "In Central European folklore, Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as "half-goat, half-demon", who, during the Christmas season, punishes children who have misbehaved. This contrasts with Saint Nicholas, who rewards the well-behaved with gifts......"

"There seems to be little doubt as to his true identity for, in no other form is the full regalia of the Horned God of the Witches so well preserved. The birch – apart from its phallic significance – may have a connection with the initiation rites of certain witch-covens; rites which entailed binding and scourging as a form of mock-death. The chains could have been introduced in a Christian attempt to 'bind the Devil' but again they could be a remnant of pagan initiation rites" "Although Krampus appears in many variations, most share some common physical characteristics. He is hairy, usually brown or black, and has the cloven hooves and horns of a goat. His long, pointed tongue lolls out, and he has fangs. Krampus carries chains, thought to symbolize the binding of the Devil by the Christian Church. He thrashes the chains for dramatic effect. The chains are sometimes accompanied with bells of various sizes. Of more pagan origins are the Ruten, bundles of birch branches that Krampus carries and with which he occasionally swats children. The Ruten may have had significance in pre-Christian pagan initiation rites."

"The birch branches are replaced with a whip in some representations. Sometimes Krampus appears with a sack or a basket strapped to his back; this is to cart off evil children for drowning, eating, or transport to Hell. Some of the older versions make mention of naughty children being put in the bag and taken away. This quality can be found in other Companions of Saint Nicholas such as Zwarte Piet." Just so you know, Zwart Piet is a black man who would accompany Santa Claus. "According to Hélène Adeline Guerber and other historians, the origin of Sinterklaas and his helpers have been linked by some to the Wild Hunt of Odin. While riding the white horse Sleipnir, he flew through the air as the leader of the Wild Hunt. He was always accompanied by two black ravens, Huginn and Muninn. These helpers would listen, just like Zwarte Piet, at the chimneys of the homes they visited to tell Odin about the good and bad behavior of the mortals below."

I will connect the black god Dionysus to the "black goat of the woods". But let's look at the God "Pan" in the etymology: "Greek god of shepherds and flocks, woods and fields, with upper body of a man and horns and lower part like a goat, late 14c., from Latin, from Greek Pan. Klein and others suggest the Greek word is cognate with Sanskrit pusan, a Vedic god, guardian and multiplier of cattle and other human possessions, literally "nourisher," from a PIE root *peh- "to protect," but others doubt this. His worship originated in Arcadia and gradually spread throughout Greece. The similarity to pan "all" (see pan-) led to his being regarded as a general personification of nature. He was fond of music and dancing with the forest nymphs; the pan-pipe, which he invented and upon which he played, is attested by that name in English from 1820."

Now, those that doubt the God Pan connecting to the Vedic "Pushan" should see this from the Wiki: "Pushan (Sanskrit: पूषन्, Pūṣan) is a Vedic solar deity and one of the Adityas. He is the god of meeting. Pushan was responsible for marriages, journeys, roads, and the feeding of cattle. He was a psychopomp (soul guide), conducting souls to the other world. He protected travelers from bandits and wild beasts, and protected men from being exploited by other men. He was a supportive guide, a "good" god, leading his adherents towards rich pastures and wealth. He carried a golden lance, a symbol of activity." 

"Ten hymns in the Rigveda are dedicated to Pūṣan (including one jointly to Soma and Pūṣan and another to Indra and Pūṣan). Some of these hymns appeal to him to guard livestock and find lost livestock. His chariot is pulled by goats. Sometimes he is described as driving the Sun in its course across the sky. He seems to represent the sun as a guardian of flocks and herds. Pushan is also regarded as Kavi, who in turn became an epiphet of a number of gods and further a title signifying "King".

"According to a narrative found in the Taittiriya Samhita, Rudra was excluded from the Daksha yajna, an important sacrifice in honor of various deities. He, in anger, pierced the sacrifice with an arrow and Pushan broke his teeth as he attempted to eat a part of the oblation. The later versions of this narrative are found in the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and the Puranas. In these versions, Rudra (or Shiva) was angry because his father-in-law, Daksha, the sacrificer, did not invite him. Shiva, in anger, kicked Pushan and knocked out his teeth as he was eating the oblation. In the Puranic versions, Virabhadra, created by Shiva from a lock of his matted hair, knocked out Pushan's teeth....."

"In the Puranas, Pushan is described as one of the twelve Adityas (Aditi's sons). Aditi's other eleven sons as narrated in Purana's are Surya, Aryama, Tvashta, Savita, Bhaga, Dhata, Vidhata, Varuna, Mitra, Indra and Vishnu (in the form of Vamanadeva)"

Now, the god Pushan is known to have the fertility symbol in the same manner as Shiva, thus would be one and the same. He is the "God of the Shepherds", thus would be Hermes as "Kriophoros" to the "Buddha".  Now when Jesus states the “bright and morning star” in Revelation 22:16. “I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.” This Jesus is not talking about King David in the bible but the one that is Zeus/Hermes as God. This is simply Dionysus as he is the offspring of Zeus, and was said to be the god of wine, carries a fennel, died and was reborn again. The bright and morning star is merely "Sirius", Venus and Mercury.

Then when you look up the God "Esus", it states this on the Wiki: "Esus, Hesus, or Aisus was a Gaulish god known from two monumental statues and a line in Lucan's Bellum civile. A well-known section in Lucan's Bellum civile (61–65 CE) refers to gory sacrifices offered to a triad of Celtic deities: Teutates, Hesus (an aspirated form of Esus), and Taranis. Variant spellings, or readings, of the name Esus in the manuscripts of Lucan include Hesus, Aesus, and Haesus."

"Among a pair of later commentators on Lucan's work, one identifies Teutates with Mercury and Esus with Mars. According to the Berne Commentary on Lucan, human victims were sacrificed to Esus by being tied to a tree and flogged to death....." ohn Arnott MacCulloch summarized the state of scholarly interpretations of Esus in 1911 as follows: M. Reinach applies one formula to the subjects of these altars—"The Divine Woodman hews the Tree of the Bull with Three Cranes."

"The whole represents some myth unknown to us, but M. D'Arbois finds in it some allusion to events in the Cúchulainn saga. In the imagery, the bull and tree are perhaps both divine, and if the animal, like the images of the divine bull, is three-horned, then the three cranes (garanus, "crane") may be a rebus for three-horned (trikeras), or more probably three-headed (trikarenos). In this case, woodman, tree, and bull might all be representatives of a god of vegetation."

"In early ritual, human, animal, or arboreal representatives of the god were periodically destroyed to ensure fertility, but when the god became separated from these representatives, the destruction or slaying was regarded as a sacrifice to the god, and myths arose telling how he had once slain the animal. In this case, tree and bull, really identical, would be mythically regarded as destroyed by the god whom they had once represented. If Esus was a god of vegetation, once represented by a tree, this would explain why, as the scholiast on Lucan relates, human sacrifices to Esus were suspended from a tree."

"Esus was worshipped at Paris and at Trèves; a coin with the name Æsus was found in England; and personal names like Esugenos, "son of Esus," and Esunertus, "he who has the strength of Esus," occur in England, France, and Switzerland. Thus the cult of this god may have been comparatively widespread. But there is no evidence that he was a Celtic Jehovah or a member, with Teutates and Taranis, of a pan-Celtic triad, or that this triad, introduced by Gauls, was not accepted by the Druids. Had such a great triad existed, some instance of the occurrence of the three names on one inscription would certainly have been found. Lucan does not refer to the gods as a triad, nor as gods of all the Celts, or even of one tribe."

"He lays stress merely on the fact that they were worshipped with human sacrifice, and they were apparently more or less well-known local gods. James McKillop cautions that Arbois de Jublainville's identification of Esus with Cú Chulainn "now seems ill-founded". Jan de Vries finds grounds of comparison between Esus and Odin, both being patrons of sailors sometimes associated with Mercury to whom human victims were said to be sacrificed by hanging. Miranda Green suggests that the willow-tree that Esus hews may symbolize "the Tree of Life [...] with its associations of destruction and death in winter and rebirth in the spring". She further suggests that the cranes might represent "the flight of the soul (perhaps the soul of the tree)". The 18th century Druidic revivalist Iolo Morganwg identified Esus with Jesus on the strength of the similarity of their names. He also linked them both with Hu Gadarn, writing: Both Hu and HUON were no doubt originally identical with the HEUS of Lactantius, and the HESUS of Lucan, described as gods of the Gauls. The similarity of the last name to IESU [Welsh: Jesus] is obvious and striking. This identification is still made in certain Neo-Druidic circles. Modern scholars consider the resemblance between the names Esus and Jesus to be coincidental."

Then this will connect to a god called "Phanes", here in the Wiki states this: "Phanes /ˈfeɪˌniːz/ or Protogonus /proʊˈtɒɡənəs/ (Ancient Greek: Πρωτογόνος, "first-born") was the mystic primeval deity of procreation and the generation of new life, who was introduced into Greek mythology by the Orphic tradition; other names for this Classical Greek Orphic concept included Ericapaeus /ˌɛrɪkəˈpiːəs/ or Erikepaios (Ἠρικαπαῖος/Ἠρικεπαῖος "power") and Metis ("thought")."

"In Orphic cosmogony, Phanes is often equated with Eros and Mithras and has been depicted as a deity emerging from a cosmic egg, entwined with a serpent. He had a helmet and had broad, golden wings. The Orphic cosmogony is bizarre, and quite unlike the creation sagas offered by Homer and Hesiod. Scholars have suggested that Orphism is "un-Greek" even "Asiatic" in conception, because of its inherent dualism. Chronos (Time) is said to have created the silver egg of the universe, out of which burst the androgynous first-born deity Phanes, or Phanes-Dionysos. Phanes is said to have both a phallus and a vagina. Phanes was a deity of light and goodness, whose name meant "to bring light" or "to shine"; a first-born god of light who emerged from a void or a watery abyss and gives birth to the universe. Nyx (Night) is variously said to be Phanes' daughter or older wife. Many threads of earlier myths are apparent in the new tradition."

"Phanes was believed to have been hatched from the World-Egg of Chronos (Time) and Ananke (Necessity or Fate) or Nyx in the form of a black bird and wind. His older wife Nyx called him Protogenus. As she created nighttime, Phanes created daytime, and also created the method of creation by mingling. He was made the ruler of the deities and passed the sceptre to Nyx. This new Orphic tradition states that Nyx later gave the sceptre to her son Uranos before it passed to Cronus and then to Zeus, who retained it. According to Aristophanes, whence Phanes is called Eros, he was born from an egg created by Nyx and placed in the boundless lap of Erebus, after which he mates with Chaos and creates the flying creatures.This passage seeks to demonstrate that the flying creatures are considered older than all other living creatures, even older than the other gods."

"The "Protogonos Theogony" is known through the commentary in the Derveni papyrus and references in Empedocles and Pindar. According to Damascius, Phanes was the first god "expressible and acceptable to human ears". Another Orphic hymn states: "You scattered the dark mist that lay before your eyes and, flapping your wings, you whirled about, and throughout this world you brought pure light. For this I call you Phanes." The Derveni Papyrus refers to Phanes: "Of the First-born king, the neverend one; and upon him all the immortals grew, blessed gods and goddesses and rivers and lovely springs and everything else that had then been born; and he himself became the sole one".

"Dionysus or Zagreus of the Orphic tradition is intimately connected to Protogonos. In Orphic Hymn 30, he is given a list of epithets that also allude to Protogonos: primeval, two-natured, thrice-born, Bacchic lord, savage, ineffable κρύφιον secretive, two-horned, two-shaped In the Orphic tradition, Dionysus-Protogonos-Phanes is a dying and rising god. Eusebius tells us the story of his death and recreation."

"The Titans boil the dismembered limbs of Dionysus in a kettle, they roast him on a spit and eat the roasted "sacrificial meat", then Athena rescues the still-beating heart from which (according to Olympiodorus) Zeus is able to recreate the god and bring him back to life. Kessler has argued that this cult of death and resurrection of Dionysus developed the 4th century CE; and together with Mithraism and other sects this cult formed, were in direct competition with early Christianity during late Antiquity."

Then the God called "Prajapati":"Prajapati (IAST: Prajāpati-Rajjan or Rajanya, "lord of creation and protector") is a Vedic deity of Hinduism. The term also connotes many different gods, depending on the Hindu text, ranging from being the creator god to being same as one of the following: Viswakarma, Agni, Indra, Daksha, Brahma and many others, reflecting the diverse Hindu cosmology. In classical and medieval era literature, Prajapati is equated to the metaphysical concept called Brahman as Prajapati-Brahman (Svayambhu Brahman), or alternatively Brahman is described as one who existed before Prajapati."

"Prajapati (Sanskrit: प्रजापति) is a compound of "praja" (creation, procreative powers) and "pati" (lord, master). The term means "lord of creatures", or "lord of all born beings". In the later Vedic texts, Prajapati is a distinct Vedic deity, but whose significance diminishes. Later, the term is synonymous with other gods, particularly Brahma or Vishnu or Shiva. Still later, the term evolves to mean any divine, semi-divine or human sages who create something new."

"The origins of Prajapati are unclear. He appears late in the Vedic layer of texts, and the hymns that mention him provide different cosmological theories in different chapters. He is missing from the Samhita layer of Vedic literature, conceived in the Brahmana layer, states Jan Gonda. Prajapati is younger than Savitr, and the word was originally an epithet for the sun. His profile gradually rises in the Vedas, peaking within the Brahmanas. Scholars such as Renou, Keith and Bhattacharji posit Prajapati originated as an abstract or semi-abstract deity in the later Vedic milieu as speculations evolved from the archaic to more learned speculations....."

"A possible connection between Prajapati (and related figures in Indian tradition) and the Prōtogonos (Ancient Greek: Πρωτογόνος, literally "first-born") of the Greek Orphic tradition has been proposed: Protogonos is the Orphic equivalent of Vedic Prajapati in several ways: he is the first god born from a cosmic egg, he is the creator of the universe, and in the figure of Dionysus— a direct descendant of Protogonos—worshippers participate in his death and rebirth. — Kate Alsobrook, The Beginning of Time: Vedic and Orphic Theogonies and Poetics According to Robert Graves, the name of /PRA-JĀ[N]-pati/ ('progeny-potentate') is etymologically equivalent to that of the oracular god at Colophon (according to Makrobios), namely /prōtogonos/. The cosmic egg concept linked to Prajapati and Protogonos is common in many parts of the world, states David Leeming, which appears in later Orphic cult in Greece."

Then from the God "Phanes", will connect to the "Faun": "The faun (Latin: faunus, Ancient Greek: φαῦνος, phaunos, pronounced [pʰaunos]) is a mythological half human–half goat creature appearing in Roman mythology. The goat men, more commonly affiliated with the Satyrs of Greek mythology than the fauns of Roman, are bipedal creatures with the legs and tail of a goat and the head, torso, and arms of a man, and are often depicted with goat's horns and pointed ears. These creatures borrowed their appearance from the satyrs, who in turn borrowed their appearance from the god Pan of the Greek pantheon. They were symbols of peace and fertility, and their chieftain, Silenus, was a minor deity of Greek mythology."

"Romans believed fauns inspired fear in men traveling in lonely, remote or wild places. They were also capable of guiding humans in need, as in the fable of The Satyr and the Traveller, in the title of which Latin authors substituted the word Faunus. Fauns and satyrs were originally quite different creatures: whereas fauns are half-man and half-goat, satyrs originally were depicted as stocky, hairy, ugly dwarves or woodwoses with the ears and tails of horses or asses. Satyrs also were more woman-loving than fauns, and fauns were rather foolish where satyrs had more knowledge. Ancient Roman mythological belief also included a god named Faunus often associated with enchanted woods and the Greek god Pan and a goddess named Fauna who were goat people."

Then from the name "Faun", will conect to the "Satyr": "In Greek mythology, a satyr (Greek: σάτυρος sátyros, pronounced [sátyros]),[a] also known as a silenos (Greek: σειληνός seilēnós),[b] is a male nature spirit with ears and a tail resembling those of a horse, as well as a permanent, exaggerated erection. Early artistic representations sometimes include horse-like legs, but, by the sixth century BC, they were more often represented with human legs. Comically hideous, they have mane-like hair, bestial faces, and snub noses and are always shown naked. Satyrs were characterized by their ribaldry and were known as lovers of wine, music, dancing, and women. They were companions of the god Dionysus and were believed to inhabit remote locales, such as woodlands, mountains, and pastures. They often attempted to seduce or rape nymphs and mortal women alike, usually with little success. They are sometimes shown masturbating or engaging in bestiality...."

"....Over the course of Greek history, satyrs gradually became portrayed as more human and less bestial. They also began to acquire goat-like characteristics in some depictions as a result of conflation with the Pans, plural forms of the god Pan with the legs and horns of goats. The Romans identified satyrs with their native nature spirits, fauns. Eventually the distinction between the two was lost entirely. Since the Renaissance, satyrs have been most often represented with the legs and horns of goats."

"Representations of satyrs cavorting with nymphs have been common in western art, with many famous artists creating works on the theme. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, satyrs have generally lost much of their characteristic obscenity, becoming more tame and domestic figures. They commonly appear in works of fantasy and children's literature, in which they are most often referred to as "fauns".

Then from "Satyr", this will connect to the Etruscan God called "Satre": "Satre or Satres was an Etruscan god who appears on the Liver of Piacenza, a bronze model used for haruspicy. He occupies the dark and negative northwest region, and seems to be a "frightening and dangerous god who hurls his lightning from his abode deep in the earth." It is possible that Satre is also referred to with the word satrs in the Liber Linteus ("Linen Book," IX.3), the Etruscan text preserved in Ptolemaic Egypt as mummy wrappings. Satre is usually identified with the Roman god Saturn, who in a description by Martianus Capella holds a position similar to that of Satre on the liver. The name Satre may be only an Etruscan translation of Saturnus, or Saturnus may derive from the Etruscan; it is also possible that the two deities are unrelated. No image in Etruscan art has been identified as Satre: "this deity remains a riddle." Again, the deity that hurls "lightning" from under the Earth is based on the wielding deity "Ammon Zeus", who carries the Vajra weapon and has "horns" pertruding from his head. The name "Satre" is based on the "Saturnian" God who carries the sickle. The God "Satre" will connect to "Xolotl"...

Here is what the Wiki states on xolotl: "In Aztec mythology, Xolotl was a god of fire and lightning. He was commonly depicted as a dog-headed man and was a soul-guide for the dead. He was also god of twins, monsters, misfortune, sickness, and deformities."

"Xolotl is the canine brother and twin of Quetzalcoatl, the pair being sons of the virgin Coatlicue. He is the dark personification of Venus, the evening star, and was associated with heavenly fire. Xolotl was the sinister god of monstrosities who wears the spirally-twisted wind jewel and the ear ornaments of Quetzalcoatl. His job was to protect the sun from the dangers of the underworld. As a double of Quetzalcoatl, he carries his conch-like ehecailacacozcatl or wind jewel."

"Xolotl accompanied Quetzalcoatl to Mictlan, the land of the dead, or the underworld, to retrieve the bones from those who inhabited the previous world (Nahui Atl) to create new life for the present world, Nahui Ollin, the sun of movement." "In a sense, this re-creation of life is reenacted every night when Xolotl guides the sun through the underworld. In the tonalpohualli, Xolotl rules over day Ollin (movement) and over trecena 1-Cozcacuauhtli (vulture). His empty eye sockets are explained in the legend of Teotihuacan, in which the gods decided to sacrifice themselves for the newly created sun. Xolotl withdrew from this sacrifice and wept so much his eyes fell out of their sockets."

"According to the creation recounted in the Florentine Codex , after the Fifth Sun was initially created, it did not move. Ehecatl ("God of Wind") consequently began slaying all other gods to induce the newly created Sun into movement." "Xolotl, however, was unwilling to die in order to give movement to the new Sun. Xolotl transformed himself into a young maize plant with two stalks (xolotl), a doubled maguey plant (mexolotl), and an amphibious animal (axolotl). Xolotl is thus a master transformer. In the end, Ehecatl succeeded in finding and killing Xolotl."

"In art, Xolotl was typically depicted as a dog-headed man, a skeleton, or a deformed monster with reversed feet. An incense burner in the form of a skeletal canine depicts Xolotl. As a psychopomp, Xolotl would guide the dead on their journey to Mictlan the afterlife in myths. His two spirit animal forms are the Xoloitzcuintli dog and the water salamander species known as the Axolotl." "Xolos served as companions to the Aztecs in this life and also in the after-life, as many dog remains and dog sculptures have been found in Aztec burials, including some at the main temple in Tenochtitlan. Dogs were often subject to ritual sacrifice so that they could accompany their master on his voyage through Mictlan, the underworld. "

"Xolotl is sometimes depicted carrying a torch in the surviving Maya codices, which reference the Maya tradition that the dog brought fire to mankind. In the Mayan codices, the dog is conspicuously associated with the god of death, storm, and lightning."

"Xolotl appears to have affinities with the Zapotec and Maya lightning-dog, and may represent the lightning which descends from the thundercloud, the flash, the reflection of which arouses the misconceived belief that lightning is "double", and leads them to suppose a connection between lightning and twins." "Xolotl originated in the southern regions, and may represent fire rushing down from the heavens or light flaming up in the heavens. Xolotl was originally the name for lightning beast of the Maya tribe, often taking the form of a dog."

"The dog plays an important role in Maya manuscripts. He is the lightning beast, who darts from heaven with a torch in his hand. Xolotl is represented directly as a dog, and is distinguished as the deity of air and of the four directions of the wind by Quetzalcoatl's breast ornament. Xolotl is to be considered equivalent to the beast darting from heaven of the Maya manuscript. The dog is the animal of the dead and therefore of the Place of Shadows."

Now, remember the dog symbology pertains to Sirius and is based on "Osiris" the Lord of the Underworld. Osiris' original prototype was the dog headed Anubis, to which is where this is based on.

Based from the six-pointed star symbolism it can be based on the Phallus/Lingam and the Yoni as they connect together in union. Other statements detail that it's based on the star of Moloch. In truth most Jews don't know where the origin of this star came from, nor why is it called "Star of David". But based on the story of David slaying Goliath with a stone and cutting off his head, pertains to the story of the Storm God Lugh who battles the Giant race called Fomorians. This same story (as stated above) is also the story of Hermes slaying the 100 eyed Giant Argos. It's mere symbolism as the star connects to the story of Metatron in "The Book of Enoch", Hermes and Thoth. The star is also based on Murugan's seal and Vishnu's sudarshana chakra disc.

The word Archangel is only broken down from the word “Archon” meaning ruler or commander. And the many eyes that was seen by Ignatius are the eyes of Melek taus, and is shown on the dollar bill as the eye of Ra, Horus or Shiva. The detached Pyramid is the Ben Ben stone leading to the Bennu bird as he is known as the "self-created deity" and Lord of Jubile. This is where the Phoenix comes from as this God is also called "Pa Hanok" meaning of the "House of Enoch" as Hermes/Mercury. However, there are two Enochs that is being dealt with here.

Let’s look at one of the symbolism of the Jesuits: The Christogram symbol is called “Chi-Rho” with the insignia Alpha and Omega which connects to Revelation 1:8 “...I am the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end…” It is pronounced like Cairo like the city in Egypt. Even the name Cairo is said to have an ancient connection to Mars known as “Al-Qahira” linking to Murugan, who is said to be known for the symbol of Mars. This can either connect to Murugan's symbol being Mars or from something that came from Mars.....

The symbol “P” (as one source states) could link towards the name Perun who as well has the same six-pointed star symbol and as well the "8" pointed star connecting to Shamash. And the term "Alpha and Omega" references this Jesus to the Peacock angel (I will reveal this later on in this chapter) In one source states: "a monogram of chi (Χ) and rho (Ρ) as the first two letters of Greek Khristos Christ, used as a Christian symbol."

In this Article states something interesting based on the term "Xmas" on "" by David Mikkelson: "Is ‘Xmas’ a Modern and Disrespectful Abbreviation for ‘Christmas’? The words "Christ" and "Christmas" have been abbreviated in English since long before the modern 'Xmas' came to be commonly used. By David Mikkelson Published 21 December 1999" "Claim: The term 'Xmas' is a modern and disrespectful abbreviation for 'Christmas.' Fasle. Origin The abbreviation of ‘Xmas’ for ‘Christmas’ — contrary to persistent claims — is not modern, did not stem from an attempt to remove Christ or other religious aspects from Christmas celebrations, nor was it the creation of advertisers looking to shorten the word ‘Christmas’ in print ads."

"The notion that ‘Xmas’ is a new and vulgar representation of the word ‘Christmas’ seems to stem from the erroneous belief that the letter ‘X’ is used to stand for the word ‘Christ’ because of its resemblance to a cross, or that the abbreviation was deliberately concocted “to take the ‘Christ’ out of Christmas.” Actually, this usage is nearly as old as Christianity itself, and its origins lie in the fact that the first letter in the Greek word for ‘Christ’ (Christós) is ‘chi,’ and the Greek letter ‘chi’ is represented by a symbol similar to the letter ‘X’ in the modern Roman alphabet (Χριστός). Hence ‘Xmas’ is indeed a legitimate abbreviation for the word ‘Christmas’ (just as ‘Xian’ is also sometimes used as an abbreviation of the word ‘Christian’)."

"None of this means that Christians (and others) aren’t perhaps justified in feeling a little miffed when people take the shortcut of writing ‘Xmas’ rather than ‘Christmas,’ but the abbreviation was not created specifically for the purpose of demeaning Christ, Christians, Christianity, or Christmas — rather, it’s a very old artifact of a very different language."

The star of Murugan is the six-pointed star which he is represented with. Now, some sources state that it is the star of Saturn, but also connects to the star of the symbol of the god of war and thunder. Plus, you can see that he’s shown black in color. This is the Murugan festival that is done to honor this god to this day.

Here, the devotees would perform a self-mutilating act of piercing oneself with spears and spikes either through the cheeks, the tongues and hooks on the back. They also do the same for the festival called Shiva Gajan, which the people pierce themselves in a crucifix position. They also honor their god by walking on coals of fire, hence fire walking.

Now who is Moloch in the Bible really? Here in Leviticus 18:21 states “And thou shalt not let any of thy seed pass through the fire to Molech, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God: I am the LORD” in Leviticus 20:2 “thou shalt say to the children of Israel, whosoever he of the children of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn in Israel, that giveth any of his seed unto Molech; he shall surely be put to death: the people of the land shall stone him with stones.”

In 2nd Kings 23:10 “And he defiled Topheth, which is in the valley of the children of Hinnom, that no man might make his son or his daughter to pass through the fire to Molech.”

Jeremiah 32:35 “And they built the high places of Baal, which are in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire unto Molech; which I commanded them not, neither came it into my mind, that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin.”

And in 2nd Kings 21:6 “And He made his son pass through the fire, and observed times and used enchantments, and dealt with familiar spirits and wizards in the sight of the Lord to provoke him to anger.” So, it clearly states that the children of Israel were “passing through” the fire and not to the fire as History wants people to believe. The god Molech is Murugan, as he is honored by fire walking. And you can see how they depict him as "black" with curly hair. And the God of Fire states in Acts 7:43 “Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon”.

Amos 5:25-27 “Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and offerings in the wilderness forty years, O house of Israel? But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves. Therefore, will I cause you to go into captivity beyond Damascus, saith the Lord, whose name is The God of hosts.” Now, why would this God say this? “Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and offerings in the wilderness for forty years? But…” Notice the key word “But.” 

I will show how there are two gods vying for the control of the Israelites, it is apparent that they got the images of Moloch and his six pointed star. He is known as Remphan and Chiun (Chi-Rho?), this will connect to the Gods that came down from the skies.

The “eye” as Saturn, sounds like the famous song by Journey, “The wheel in the sky keeps on turning…” (Though a song about destiny whether which path you take, but it can be looked as Saturn is ruling everyone, as you see their signs and symbols everywhere... And these symbols keep leading back to these Gods and goddesses)

In Ezekiel 8:14 states “….and, behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz.” Tammuz is supposed to be the child of the Black Madonna that everyone adores. He is Jesus, the black son of the Queen of heaven. If this was in the time of Ezekiel, then Christianity has already existed prior to the man they have written down as Jesus came into the world. You know the statue of liberty? The sun god Mithra is really a "hermaphrodite" god connecting to liberty. (Mercury and Venus or Hermes and Aphrodite) Because she carries the torch as the "torch bearer", thus she is called "Lucifer".

The name Lucifer doesn't bear to one particular being but the ones who brings the light or carries the torch. Prometheus carried the torch and thus would be called "Lucifer". Lucy, Luke and Lucas are also shortened names of Lucifer as well. Then there is the name "Liberty", in which goes back to the God name "Liber", who is Dionysus. Liber would mean "freedom" or "free one", as it pertains to Dionysus/Bacchus as he is the one who roams around, creates revelry, and extacy. Liber would be the God of wine, viticulture, the fertility (as the phallus) and freedom. So, then comes the term "sons of liberty".

Therefore, we can see where the term “Mystery Babylon” comes from, for this is a mystery. The God called "Amun" or "Amen" was said to be the “hidden” god, and connects to Ammon Zeus which still goes back to the Lord of Sirius Osiris. Why did this Jesus say in Revelation 2:14 “…these things saith the Amen…”? This Amen is a title for his God, because he states “saith the Amen” and not Amen as a closing prayer. Do people realize they are calling upon a deity they don’t know? And it states in Revelations that he will “rule all nations with the rod of iron” and give the “morning star” in Revelations 2:28. (I will further detail this in the end of this chapter...)

The Anacalypsis: VOLUME I - BOOK X - CHAPTER V Page 663: "....It cannot be doubted, I think, that the Tamuz of the Bible or Adonis was Buddha under a different name, that is, under the name of the Zodiacal twins or one of them, or was in some way closely connected with them. And it is worthy of observation, that this is the account which the native Vishnuvites of Malabar give to their Thomas —calling the Christians Baudhenmar or sons of Baudhen.* And the Christians of the present day always call their bishops by the name of Mar-Thome, that is, son of Thome, Thomé-mar. Manes, whose existence I much doubt, is said to have had for his ancestors or predecessors a Budwas and a Thomas, and he may have come from Malabar, or from the Matura of Upper India or Syrasta, from the Bituma, where there is the same mythos. Bithuma is evidently %/3;-;*" bit-tomé, house of Tomé. This Bithoma is not far fom the promontory of Tamus and the island of Chryse. * Bartol. System. P.161."

Let's look at Ezekiel 8:14,15 "Then he brought me to the door of the gate of the Lord's house which was toward the north; and, behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz. Then said he unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? turn thee yet again, and thou shalt see greater abominations than these. 16 And he brought me into the inner court of the Lord's house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the Lord, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs toward the temple of the Lord, and their faces toward the east; and they worshipped the sun toward the east." (This is basically describing Roman Catholicism/Buddhism being practiced during the time of the Prophet Ezekiel)

Now, what about Dagon? Or who is Dagon really? Dagon was said to be either the god of grain, the fish god or both. Here he is depicted to be part man and part fish:

He is shown with the fish symbol like Vishnu in his Matsya form. This symbol connects to the goat-fish Capricorn as the symbol of Hermes for the goat symbolism leading to Baphomet the goat headed figure. Here you can see the six-pointed star as well. Dagon is mentioned in the bible as the god of the Philistines. Now, the Philistines was said to have taken the ark of the covenant to their cities and placed them near their god Dagon.

In 1st Samuel 5:3,4 states “And when they of Ashdod arose early on the morrow, behold, Dagon, was fallen upon his face to the earth before the ark of the Lord. And they took Dagon, and set him in his place again. And when they arose early on the morrow morning, behold, Dagon was fallen upon his face to the ground before the ark of the Lord; and the head of Dagon and both the palms of his hands were cut off upon the threshold; only the stump of Dagon was left to him.”

Then later, the God of fire cast a pestilence upon them with emerods and a plague here in verse 11 “…. For there was a deadly destruction throughout all the city; the hand of God was very heavy there.” Verse 5 “Wherefore ye shall make images of your emerods, and the images of your mice that mar the land; and ye shall give glory unto the God of Israel: peradventure He will lighten His hand from off you, and from off your gods, and from off your land.”

So, this plague came upon them and those that didn’t die received emerods upon their secret parts, which are supposed to be hemorrhoids. And on top of that came along the mice that ran amuck all over the land. Does this not sound like the Black plague or the black death that happened in Europe and Asia? I know we must be talking about the medieval times here, because no other plague this bad happened anywhere else but in Europe.

Now, if you were to read about Anatoly Fomenko’s book “History: fact or fiction.” As an expert on chronology in history, he goes into details of how these given timelines in history does not correlate properly with the other timelines. Here he gives further evidence of how the Bible takes place in the "medieval times" and not the B.C. timeline as we are told in History.

Now, if the start of the Gregorian calendar was from the 1500s? Then what kind of calendar were people using prior to the one we are using now? It seems like the Jesuits went all over the world changing the beliefs of the people by bringing the cross along with their version of history. Then maybe this can further prove that Christianity existed before the real man that they call Jesus came into existence. And that Jesus Christ being worshiped on the Cross is the black god Dionysus (see "King of the World").

In "The Anacalypsis" Page 309 "The MERCURY of Egypt, Teut-tat, is the same as the Gothic Thiod-tat, or query, Thiod-ad ?* Here we come, perhaps, at the origin of Qeoj. Jayadeva describes Buddha as bathing in blood, or sacrificing his life to wash away the offences of mankind, and thereby to make them partakers of the kingdom of heaven. On this the author of the Cambridge Key** says, "Can a Christian doubt that this Buddha was the type of the Saviour of the world?" This Buddha the Cantab. supposes to have been Enoch...."

Dagon is the Buddha, all leading to Vishnu. So, here it states that Dagon was supported with a “stump” in 1st Samuel 5:4, meaning that this god was supported on something erected like a tree. So, what God is supported on a stump like this?

As the image of their god fell on its face before the ark of the covenant, it was supported on the cross. (And of course, it is whitened to appeal to the masses but doesn’t change the fact that these images and gods were originally black) Here the black god would have the names of Baal, Moloch, Dagon, Indra, Murugan, Saturn, Remphan, to Michael. Then Michael would be known as the “bright and morning star” leading to the Vatican as the “8” pointed star of Shamash. So, the six-pointed star and the eight-pointed star are called “bright and morning stars” in Revelations. Then this god’s symbol is the cross, the pillar and groves.

VOLUME I - BOOK IV - CHAPTER II page 145: "The first part of the above-cited passage respecting the nailing of Cristna to the fatal tree, and his prediction of the future evils of the world, is very remarkable, particularly when coupled with the following recital : Mr. Moore describes an Avatar called Wittoba (Vithoba is Vishnu), who has his foot pierced. After stating the reason why he cannot account for it, he says, "A man who was in the habit of bringing me Hindoo deities, pictures, &c., once brought me two images exactly alike : one of them engraved in plate 98, and the subject of it will be at once seen by the most transient glance."

"Affecting indifference, I inquired of my Pundit what Deva it was : he examined attentively, and, after turning it about for some time, returned it to me, professing his ignorance of what Avatar it could immediately relate to, but supposed, by the hole in the foot, that it might be Wittoba; adding, that it was impossible to recollect the almost innumerable Avataras described in the Puranas." "The subject of plate 98 is evidently the crucifixion; and, by the style of workmanship, is clearly of European origin, as is proved by its being in duplicate."

"This incarnation of Vishnu or CRISTNA is called Wittoba or Ballaji (Vithoba). He has a spendid temple erected to him at Punderpoor. Little respecting this incarnation is known. A story of him is detailed by Mr. Moore, which he observes reminds him of the doctrine of turning the unsmote cheek to an assailant. This God is represented by Moore with a hole on the top of one foot just above the toes, where the nail of a person crucified might be supposed to be placed."

"And, in another print, he is represented exactly in the form of a Romish crucifix, but not fixed to a piece of wood, though the legs and feet are put together in the usual way, with a nail-hole in the latter. There appears to be a glory over it coming from above. Generally the glory shines from the figure. It has a pointed Parthian coronet instead of a crown of thorns. …"

The Bacchic religion is based on the shedding blood of the black God. This is based on the "Eucharist". (Below is Krishna and Orpheus)

And to further prove this, let's look at the book "The Anacalypsis" VOLUME I - BOOK X - CHAPTER IV page 638 ".....The Syrian God is called Dag-on. Now the fish in which Jonah was preserved, was called in the Hebrew, sometimes in the masculine 19 dg, sometimes in the feminine, according to the Rabbis, %19 dge. Calmet has observed that this word Dag means preserver (as Vishnu is the God who preserves), which I suppose the same as Saviour, a word which Calmet or his translator did not like to use."

"Here is Jonas buried three days in the ocean, and cast up again by this preserver—raised again to-day. Jonas means Dove, the emblem of one of the persons of the Trinity, and the same as Oannes and as John. Dagon has been likened to the ship of Noah, by Mr. Taylor, the editor of Calmet's Fragments. … … We must recollect that the Neros cycle was passing in about its middle state—about half of it passed, when the cycle of the Zodiac Taurus ended, and the cycle of 2160, of Aries began. In the same manner when the sun entered Pisces at the vernal equinox, about half of the Neros cycle had passed; thus the incarnation of that cycle was both Aries and Pisces, as in the former case he was both Taurus and Aries. This is the reason why the word Ram means both Beeve and Sheep. As this Avatar-Jonas ended with Christ, he would be born about six hundred years before Christ."

"In Taylor's Calmet there is a print given of the Indian Avatar of VISH-NUH coming forth from the fish, which looks very much like Jonah coming from the Fish's belly. He also notices Jonah's likeness to the Oannes of Sanchoniathon. The whole of his very long trreatise on this subject, in which he has collected ans repeated a most surprising mass of nonsense, is itself a most extraordinary mass of confusion. This arises from his seeing marks of similarity between several persons, without knowing how to account for them. But he has made a sort of table, unconscious of what he was doing, which will shew the reader that this Jonah or Dagon was a renewed incarnation."

"...He also shews that this Dagon was the Buddha Nar’ayana, or Buddha dwelling in the waters of the Hindoos.* Nara means waters. In Hebrew 9%1 ner means river.* Ay-ana is the Hebrew %* ie or God, with the termination ana making Nara-ayana—God floating on the waters. … In the Vishnu of India, my reader will perceive that, as usual, the renewed incarnate person or Avatar is treading on the head of the serpent. Here also we see him with his four emblems : the book and the sword, to shew that, like Cæsar, he ruled both in right of the sword and of the book; the circle, emblem of eternal renewal, and the shell with its eight convolutions, to shew the place in the number of the cycles which he occupied. His Triple Crown or Mitre, or three Tufts, shew him to be an emblem of the triple God." "The shell, also, is peculiarly appropriate to the fish God. His foot on the Serpent's head connects him with the Jewish seed of the woman, in a manner which cannot be disputed. We have said enough, perhaps, of the Trinity—the Trimurti—the Creator, Preserver, and Destroyer; but we have never inquired into the meaning of the name of this triple Hypostasis."

"We find the second person called Buddha, and, in succession, Caniya or Cristna, and the Brahmins now call the three Brahma, Vishnu, and Seva. I cannot help suspecting that, in former times, and with Buddhists, the name has been Brahma, Buddha, and Seva, and, in succession, Brahma, Cristna or Caniya, and Seva;* and that it is only since the equinox fell in Pisces, that the second person has been called Vishnu or Fishnu. … * Seva, I suspect, is Seba and Saba, the reason for which I shall shew hereafter."

"… Vishnu in the sacred books of the Hindoos is prophesied of, as to appear in his ninth INCARNATION IN THE FORM OF Buddha, son of Jina. This number exactly agrees with all my calculations and theories.* This is the ninth Avatar of the Buddhists of Jains."

Here is Indra’s cross in the crucifix position. The "Anacalypsis" VOLUME I - BOOK V - CHAPTER IV page 230 states: "For the origin of the cross we must go to the Buddhists and to the Lama of Tibet, who takes his name from the cross, called in his language Lamb, which is with his followers an object or profound veneration. The cross of the Buddhists is represented with leaves and flowers springing from it, and placed upon a mount Calvary, as among the Roman Catholics. They represent it in various ways, but the shaft with the cross bar and the Calvary remain the same. … The celebrated Monk Georgius, in his Tibetinum Alphabetum, p. 203, has given plates of the God Indra nailed to a cross, with five wounds. These crosses are to be seen in Nepaul, especially at the corners of roads and on eminences. Indra is said to have been crucified by the keepers of the Hindoo garden of Paradise for having robbed it. …"

Then there is Odin who sacrificed himself for nine days with a spear injuring his rib, all to achieve the wisdom from the tree of Yggdrasil. In Acts 10:39 and 13:29 all tells of Jesus being hung on a tree. Even Quetzalcoatl is crucified on the cross in the sameway. There is a story in the Popol Vuh dealing with Zipacna and the 400 boys, and how it relates to Jesus. The story is about how the 400 boys who were trying to construct a hut and cut a tree down but couldn’t lift it up, so Zipacna being immensely strong offered to help them “carry” the tree to the hut. But the boys decided that he is too strong to exist, so they decided to kill him after the hole is finished and the pole is placed in it. But Zipacna knew their deceit, so when he was digging the hole he carved a side tunnel to escape as the boys push the tree into the hole to kill him. He survives and waits on the “third day” until the boys were drunk with wine celebrating his death in their revelry, until he arose and felled the tree onto their hut thus killing them all.

Then the boys all become the Pleiades star clusters in the heavens. This is a story about Jesus carrying the cross in the form of a “tree” and was killed and rose on the third day relates to Dionysus/Bacchus as the god of wine and revelry. So, the Cross of Dagon is the symbol of the lamb and the womb of the Queen of heaven, which is Aphrodite's symbol connecting to the Ankh as the Cross.