Why the Israelites made the golden calf to honor their God that brought them out of the Land of Egypt

The Israelites built the golden calf, or the young bull, so that they could worship and celebrate the God who had brought them out of the land of Egypt. The above painting is called ‘The Adoration of the Golden Calf’ by Nicolas Poussin, produced between 1633 and 1634.

It needs to be mentioned however that the Sinai was still in Egypt, so they hadn’t really been brought out of the Land of Egypt in that sense Christianity tries to claim. The Bible says, “Now the length of time the Israelite people lived in Egypt was 430 years.” (Exodus 12:40 NIV)

This means after that length of time they were in fact Egyptians. Living in Egypt for just one generation would be enough to make the Israelites Egyptian, let alone nearly half a millennium.

This therefore means that the Israelites had been brought out of the land of Egypt in the sense that they were born out of Egyptian women. Because the Israelites thought that the land and the country was female, or a goddess. This is confirmed by the fact that the ‘Red Sea’ that they were said to pass through was a classical euphemism for ‘menstrual blood’, or ‘birthing blood’.

It was the Israelite God who after a long fight with the Pharaoh, and after just managing to beat him, that He said, “I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.” (Exodus 20:2 KJV) This means that golden calf is the totem symbol or idol of the Hebrew God.

This is confirmed by the fact that the Hebrew God, El, was a bull God. Also the ‘Israelites’ were named after the Gods ‘Isis’-‘Ra’ and El. The first two syllables of the name ‘Israel’ are also the root of the name ‘Sahara’ and it is also cognate with the name ‘Sarah’, who was the Founding Mother of the Jews, and ‘Asherah’, who was the wife of the God El. The ‘Sahara’ was known as the ‘Red Land’, which comprised most of Egypt.

In an attempt to usurp power from Isis, Ra, Sarah and Asherah the Bible claims that the name ‘Israel’ was referring to ‘Jacob’ and that ‘Israel’ means ‘He who wrestles with God’. (Gen 32:31)

The above claim was an attempt to equate Jacob with being God, or equivalent to God. This is confirmed by the fact that the Bible says, “But about the resurrection of the dead – have you not read what God said to you. I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.” (Matt 22:31-32 NIV)

The Bible says Jacob wrestled with someone who was alternatively called a man, an angel and God all night long at Bethel. The name ‘Bethel’ means ‘daughter of God’. This confirms that the Hebrew God was considered to be identical and interchangeable with a man and a angel.

This is also another way of saying that ‘Jacob wrestled with his penis all night long’. This resulted in Jacob limping because of an injury to the tendon near his hip socket. (Gen 32:32) This is just a euphemism for saying ‘he injured his penis or groin’.

This is confirmed by the fact that the Bible says, “Jacob named the place Peniel (which means “face of God”), for he said, “I have seen God face to face, yet my life has been spared.” (Gen 32: 30 NLT) ‘Peniel’ is just a variant spelling of ‘penile’, meaning ‘penis’. This also means that, ‘the face of God’ is just another way of saying ‘the penis’.

This is also confirmed by the fact that Jacob was involved in anointing a pillar, which is a euphemism for an erect penis and anointing it, or the penis, was the classic rite of phallic worship. God said, “I am the God who appeared to you at Bethel, the place where you anointed the pillar of stone and made your vow to me.” (Gen 31:13)

The worship of the golden calf was also endorsed and promoted by King Jeroboam, the King of Judah, confirming it was the right way to worship their God. “After seeking advice, the king made two golden calves. Here are your gods, Israel, who brought you up out of Egypt. He set one in Bethel, and the other he put in Dan.” (I Kings 22:28-29 NIV)

The golden calf, or young bull, was the symbol of Isis and her Husband Osiris, her mother Hathor and her son Hathor, who were all depicted as cows or bulls. Isis is often depicted wearing a horned headdress with the moon in between. Horns are the classical symbol for being ‘horny’, or ‘sexually aroused’ as well as representing the crescent shape of the moon.

There was also another Bull God called ‘the Apis bull’ whose worship was also very popular in Egypt because it was thought to represent the God Osiris. The cult of the bull was also known as the ‘Bull of the Moon’, or the ‘Lunar Bull’,

The Bible claims that Moses was angry when he saw the golden calf and that this is why he destroyed the ‘stones’ or ‘the tablets of stones’ on which were written the Ten Commandments. But Christianity is trying to hide the fact that the Hebrew word translated as ’angry’ also means ‘inflamed’ or ‘aroused’, which is another of saying that he was ‘sexually aroused’.

There is no way that Moses would be angry with the golden calf, or Isis, or the moon God. Mt Sinai, or the Mountain of Sin’ was the place where the moon God was worshiped. ‘Sin’ was the name of the ‘Moon God’. Also the name ‘Moses’ in Egyptian means ‘born from’ or ‘born of’.

This is also confirmed when the Bible says ‘he broke the two tables on which the 10 Commandments were written on’. As the word ‘tablets’ of stones is based on the root word ’Baal’ , ‘Bel’, ‘Abel’ or ‘Bull’, who were all sex and phallic Gods of the Middle-East.

It also explains why the Bible says Abel was sacrificed by his brother Cain, for ‘Abel’ was also a variant spelling of the word ‘balls’, or testicles, which are said to be sacrificed during sex. ‘Breaking the ‘tablet’s of stones’ means ‘breaking his balls’, or in other words that he was ejaculating, or masturbating. The word ‘stones’ is also a euphemism for the ‘balls’ or ‘testicles’.

The Israelites then partook in an ecstatic orgy as they celebrated around the golden calf. “And they rose up early on the morrow, and offered burnt offerings, and brought peace offerings; and the people sat down to eat and to drink, and rose up to play.” (Exodus 32:6 KJV). Saying ‘they rose up to play’ was a euphemism for ‘having sex, or ‘having an erection’.

The fact that Moses destroyed the golden calf does not mean that he was opposed to its worship, but the opposite. It was all part of the rite and ritual for worshiping the golden calf, especially considering Moses made everyone consume the destroyed golden calf. The Bible says, “And he took the calf which they had made, and burnt it in the fire, and ground it to powder, and scattered it upon the water, and made the children of Israel drink of it.” (Exodus 32:20 NKJV)

The Bible confirms that Aaron did the right thing in the eyes of God, in building the golden calf as he was made the High Priest of the Israelites and given the task of leading the Israelites in their invasion of Canaan, or the Holy Land.

Burning the golden calf does not mean that Moses was opposed to its worship and Christian doctrine tries to claim. Destroying and eating the golden calf is similar to what happened to Jesus for Jesus also represented the golden calf as he was supposed to be the Son of God, or El, who was a Bull God.

Just like the golden calf, Jesus had to be sacrificed, or destroyed and eaten. This was so he could save the world, by telling people to eat his body and drink his blood at the last supper, and the Eucharist ceremony.

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1 Comment

  1. hmmmm
    pene does mean ‘face of’ as in Tanit Pene-Ba’al
    And the Israelites were in a specific part of Egypt by the delta which had been under hated Semitic occupation for some time

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