Creation de Dieu – erreur au commencement !
Did you notice an error on the Second Day?
Au commencement de la Creation de Dieu, nul ne sut rien de ce qui fut. D’ailleurs, une erreur est passée inaperçue depuis des millénaires.
Genesis Bible Study
- On parle en vain de Genèse biblique et Création de Dieu. Or, depuis des millénaires, malgré une étude biblique assidue de la Genèse personne n’a jamais relevé l’erreur flagrante au Second Jour de la Création. Devrait-on reprocher l’erreur à Dieu ou plus sûrement aux co-auteurs de la Genèse ? Soit-dit en passant, l’origine de la Genèse serait plutôt babylonienne, mésopotamienne. D’ailleurs, the story begins in Mesopotamia. It all started in Mesopotamia. Didn't the Bible send Abram from Ur? Indeed, the biblical story makes Abraham leave the city of Ur in Mesopotamia. However, more than one modern exegete, remains skeptical, "Albert de Pury", is among the number. Abraham, departed from Ur?
Old Testament »The Pentateuch» Genesis »chapter 1 :
1: 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
1: 2 Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.
1: 3 And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.
1: 4 God saw that the light was good, and he separated the light from the darkness.
1: 5 God called the light “day,” and the darkness he called “night.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the first day.
1:6 Dieu dit: Qu’il y ait une étendue entre les eaux, et qu’elle sépare les eaux d’avec les eaux.
1:7 Et Dieu fit l’étendue, et il sépara les eaux qui sont au-dessous de l’étendue d’avec les eaux qui sont au-dessus de l’étendue. Et cela fut ainsi.
1: 8 God called the vault “sky.” And there was evening, and there was morning—the second day. the second day!.
Regardless of the version of Genesis (chapter 1), the Second Day error is repeated.
Bereishit – Genèse – Chapitre 1
In your opinion: How was God in His Infinite Wisdom able to separate the waters which are below the expanse from the waters which are above the expanse? Isn't there a misunderstanding?
Comment a-t-il pu être question de l’élément : « Eau », au deuxième jour, si rien, hormis la lumière du premier jour, n’a été créé ?
But that's not all. The book, GOD OF ORIGIN, reveals much more …
Au commencement avril 2021 France (27/04)
Before God's Creation
To believe or not in the Creation of Man by God would testify, on both sides, to a lack of elevation of spirit, we said at the beginning of the blog. Even though the idea expressed in Genesis is shared by great thinkers who excel in their fields, many questions remain unanswered. What is more, the glaring error regarding the second day of Creation without allowing for personal reflection did not make anyone react.
Would God have created Man and Woman before the Earth was formed? Long ago, in a time when time was out of time, it was a bit before the Fall. Pause. The idea of the Fall in Genesis has been misinterpreted. In fact, the fall means: physical and material incorporation. From that moment the countdown had started.
But let's understand: God created man in his own image. That is, God created man and woman before the Earth was formed. Also, God had created man to his measure. GOD is "SPIRIT". It is well written in Genesis. So why try to explain Creation materially, when Creation is abstract and dependent only on the archetypes of a Creator God? A "Pure Spirit".
Eve is parted on one side, not a rib!
To understand, without counting the glaring error on the Second Day Second jour, we would have to go back to the very origin of the name or personality of God. By Maurice Guinguand:
« Ayant créé le monde, il faut supposer que Dieu était à la fois le père et la mère, donc dualité, qui s’est transcrite ensuite par le bien et le mal, « Baal et Yam » ; « Caïn et Abel ». C’est possible, mais cette dualité a pu se transcrire dans les archétypes qu’Il a créés au début et qui se sont répétés dans les êtres qui ont été condamnés à descendre dans la matière. C’est donc qu’alors, étant double, homme et femme, père et mère à la fois, qu’ils ont été séparés. Ève a été séparée d’un côté de l’Homme et non pas d’une côte ».
Let's see a little, the "side" translation with the biblical scholar, Thomas Römer: “Contrary to popular understanding, the woman is not created from the 'rib' of the man, the Hebrew term rather means 'the side, the face' and thus refers to a kind of duplication. "
 Genesis, 2:21 21 "And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall on the man, and he fell asleep. And he took one of his ribs and closed the flesh in its place. "
There is still a lot to say. Biblical Genesis, whether based in part on Sumerian, Assyrian, Babylonian texts, etc., contains well-kept secrets. The GOD ORIGIN book reveals some of them.
Now, to open the next theme, let's introduce the goddess Asherah, the wife of Yhwh. This was before King Josiah ordered the destruction of all places of worship where Asherah was worshiped.
Asherah Figurines Found ...
Do you know the goddess Asherah? Athirat, maybe? The Old Testament, with its patriarchal and misogynistic tendencies, mentions the "Feminine" or the mother goddess "Asherah" more than 40 times. Asherah; would she be the Canaanite goddess "Athirat"? His cult was very widespread in the Middle East. We find "Asherah" in (Jeremiah 7:18, 44:17). She is called "queen of the sky". In addition, the destruction of all the “Asherahs” under the reign of king “Josias” (VII-VIth century BC), says a lot… Likewise, the intolerant and angry character of the single god in Old Testament.
The Bible mentions that the Israelites all believed in one god. This is incorrect. How to explain the presence of small statuettes or figurines bearing the effigy of the goddess Asherah found during archaeological excavations throughout the territory of Israel? One would be tempted to think that the Bible would not reveal the reality of Israel’s ancient beliefs. Apparently the ancient Israelites did not worship: one god
Asherah the mother goddess of the Canaanites, wife of El, then becomes the companion of Yhwh, the god of the Old Testament. This was before Judaism eradicated him from the center stage, for Yhwh is unique. He is the only God of the Old Testament.
Let's also discover the Goddess Athirat: English-isthar link under the photo:
“Who is Asherah”? "What is its origin" ?
Rather than misusing these subjects at the risk of making mistakes, let's leave it to “Thomas Römer” to inform us in full knowledge of the facts.