‘Son of God’ was a classical term for someone whose father was unknown

Jesus was called ‘the son of God’ because that was a term that mothers called their children when they didn’t know who the father was. There was no great mystical or religious significance to the the term, as the churches try to claim today.

The term was of course was commonly used by sacred prostitutes who severed in the temples and became pregnant. Some ladies would even go and serve in the temple as a prostitute so that they could claim to have a so called ‘son of God’ to be able to claim some of the prestige and privileges that were rewarded with.

In many ways it is inconceivable that Jesus’s mother was not a prostitute because God said that ‘his chosen people were a nation of whores’. This could be interpreted as meaning that if Jesus and the Virgin Mary weren’t whores then they weren’t one of God’s chosen people. This is confirmed by the fact that the name ‘Mary’ was the Roman term for a prostitute. This is derived from the fact that the name ‘Mary’ also means ‘sea’, which is the short form of ‘semen’.

Mary is also a variant spelling of the word for a ‘female horse’ or ‘mare’ and these were all terms used to refer to Aphrodite, the goddess of love, sex and prostitutes. This means we can  also assume that the three or four ladies called Mary that accompanied Jesus were all prostitutes as well.

We can assume the reason why God specifically chose whores as his chosen people is because God loves whores and wants the Jewish people to be whores. Serving as whores  is a distinctive feature of the the ancestors of the Hebrews, the Babylonians, who at one time encouraged all of their womenfolk to serve in the temple as a prostitute at least once in their life to honor their queen of heaven and goddess Ishtar. Ishtar was also known as ‘the whore of Babylon’ in the last book of the Bible.

The Hebrew word for ‘whore’ is ‘zanah’, which is a variant spelling of ‘Zion’, ‘Sion’ and ‘Son’ and explains the meaning of the common biblical terms such as ‘daughters of Zion’, ‘Mt Sion’ and why Jesus was called ‘Son of God’.

As ‘the Queen of Heaven’ is the title the Catholic Church gave the Virgin Mary, it means that she is meant to represent Ishtar. This is the reason why the churches represented the Virgin Mary in their art works the same as how Ishtar was traditionally represented and explains why her representation bears no resemblance to anything from the biblical stories regarding the Virgin Mary.

Ishtar was commonly described and represented as riding on the back of the beast or dragon. In the above image Mary is represented as doing much the same, although the catholic church calls it ‘standing on the head of the beast or serpent’ instead. The halo of stars she wears is a symbol of Ishtar whose name is based on the word ‘star’ and can be interpreted as meaning basically ‘I am a star’.

The star specifically being referred to was the planet Venus, which is known as the ‘bright and morning star’ and which was also the name of the roman goddess of love, Venus. So these were the titles that were being assumed by the Virgin Mary – for it was believed that only the goddess of love can give birth to a true ‘God of love’, a title that was given to Jesus.

The significance of Jesus asserting, ‘I am from the root of David and the bright Morning Star’, (Rev 22:16).is profound. For in claiming that his mother was an incarnation of the goddess Venus, the goddess of love, or Aphrodite completely changes everything that the churches have been saying about what the Christian religion is really about.

If Jesus is claiming to be the son of Aphrodite or Venus (which is the Greek and Roman term for the root of the bright Morning Star) it means he is claiming to be Pan, for Pan was one of the sons of Aphrodite.

This means to understand Jesus we will have to look at what other similarities there are in the stories of  Jesus and Pan in the Bible. One significant commonality is the name Pan means ‘All’, which is a variant spelling of ‘El’, the Hebrew name and word for God.

Pan was half man and half goat and Jesus claimed that he was both a sheep and a goat. Pan was a god of love and Jesus also kept saying that he wanted people to love one another – to name a few things.


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