Why Jesus says ‘he is a baby sheep’, or ‘the lamb of God’

One reason was to make it clear that he was only a minor deity as the sheep is not a very grand or prestigious animal compared to say, the bull, horse, elephant, tiger, dragon, for example. This means that the Christian God is being presented as an inferior minor deity compared to the Gods of the bull, horse, elephant, tiger, dragon, etc.

It also identifies Jesus as being a worshiper of Eve, and his mother as being either a worshiper, or an incarnation of Eve, for the sheep was Eve’s totem. This is why the name for a female sheep, ‘ewe’, is a variant spelling of ‘Eve’.

This explains why the Bible says that Jesus’s “head and his hair were white like wool, as white as snow”. (Rev 1:14 KJV) It also explains the meaning of the nursery rhyme ‘Mary had a little lamb, his fleece is white as snow and every where that Mary went the lamb was sure to go.’

If Jesus is a sheep, it also means that his Father, or God, is a ‘Ram’. This means that Jesus was also trying to identify himself with the phallic or horned God of Egypt, Amen or Amon-Ra.

Jesus would be also trying to identify himself to Abram and possibly to the greatest Pharaoh of all who was also named after a ram, Ramses II. He, more than 3000 years ago ruled Egypt for sixty years.

Amon-Ra eventually became one of the greatest Gods of the Egyptians, which explains why ‘Amen’ is said at the end of Christian prayers. The ram was also who Abraham, or Abram, was named after. ‘Ab-Ram’ means both ‘Father Ram’ as well as ‘Mother Ram’.

The reason for this double meaning of ‘Ab’ is the letter ‘b’ is interchangeable with the letter ‘v’ and so ‘Ab’, or ‘Abba’ meaning ‘Father’ in Hebrew can also mean ‘Ava’ or ‘Eve’, or ‘Mother’. The Bible confirms that their God is in fact both sexes when it says, “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” (Gen 1:27 NIV)

This confirms that Eve (the so called ‘Mother of all living’) and Abraham, or Abram, (the founding Father of the Jews) were the Gods of the Jews and explains why the Jews say, “they worship the God of Abraham”, which is just another way of saying “they worship the God Abraham”.

This also explains why Jesus could say that “He was the Son of God”, for it was just another way of saying “he was the son of Abram”, or that ‘he was the son of Eve’. This also explains why the Jews named themselves after ‘Eve’. (The letter ‘w’, in the word ‘Jew’, being just a ‘double v’)

The reason why much of Christianity still adamantly insists that ‘God is male and male only’ is only to try to maintain longstanding ancient sexism and misogyny which was used as a way to preserve power for the male priesthood, male rulers and kings. It was not for any elevated spiritual reasons, or for the truth, as they might claim.

It is also important to note that the word translated as meaning ‘God’ is actually plural in the first few books of Genesis. It was translated from the word ‘Elohim’ and means ‘Gods’ in Hebrew. This therefore dispels the Christian myth of there being only one male God.

When Jesus claimed he was a lamb, or a sheep, he was also claiming ‘he was a ram’, or ‘the horned god’. this is because the ram was the symbol of the horned god, or the devil, according to Christianity, such as Pan, Satyr, or Dionysus.

This is confirmed by the fact Jesus was given the title of ‘Savior’, which is translated from the Greek word ‘Soter’, which means ‘someone who sows with semen’, when used in regards to a person.

The words ‘Savior’, or ‘Soter’ is also a variant spelling of the word ‘Satyr’, which was the name of a sexually insatiable and promiscuous person, God or demigod. This is confirmed by the fact that when Christianity says that, “Jesus was the God of love” it was just a euphemistic way of saying that, ‘He was the God of making love’.

The fact that Jesus and God are identified as being ‘satyrs’, means that the stories about Jesus and God are meant to be ‘satire’ and to be taken ‘satirically’. This means that the Bible stories were meant to be taken as humorous entertainment and that one was meant to laugh at their absurdity and banality and not to take them too seriously.

A Satyr is also another name for Pan and Dionysus who were all described as being half man and half goat to reflect their crude, base animalistic sexual urges and desires. This explains why Jesus was said to be born in a stable for this is where such animals like sheep and goats are housed.

This also explains why the main Christian religious celebration of Christmas is held at same the time when the Romans held their ‘Saturnalia’, in honour of the gods ‘Satyr’ and ‘Saturn’. The Saturnalia was a festival to celebrate and participate in reverse role playing (such as slaves becoming masters and masters becoming slaves), sexual promiscuity and debauchery. This festival or holiday was also just another name for a Bacchanalia, in honour of the God Bacchus.

The fact that the sheep and goats were responsible for the deforestation and desertification of large parts of the Middle East confirms that the sheep, or sheep God, is not the right God to worship in that location. It also explains why Jesus had to be butchered and eaten for this is the fate and destiny of sheep and goats and other farm animals.

The above also confirms that Christianities criticism and disdain for those religions that worship animal Gods or who worship the devil is disingenuous and a subterfuge. The above image of ‘Jesus the sheep God’ being bled into a Eucharist chalice is part of the Ghent Altarpiece titled the ‘Adoration of the Lamb’.



    1. Yes I do, for it was the sheep and goat herders that played a large part in the deforestation that has occurred all around the world. Such environmental devastation is justified by Bible quotes such as in Genesis 1:28, which says basically do whatever you like with the land., “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth” (ESV)


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