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INFLUENCE FROM HUMANISM

May 1, 2020

This explains what the "isms" of today's influence on our culture which includes atheism, relativism, post-modernism, rationalism, post-truth and individualism.

Moonotheism 1 - The Historical & Archaeological Origins of Allah in Early Arabia and Mesopotamia.
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Lloyd De Jongh

Moonotheism 1 - The Historical & Archaeological Origins of Allah in Early Arabia and Mesopotamia.

Unveiling Islamic Moonotheism: Tracing the Historical and Archaeological Origins of Allah in Early Arabia, Ethiopia, and Mesopotamia. with @shamounian Let's embark on a detailed exploration of paganism and religion in early Arabia, Ethiopia, and Mesopotamia. In this first installment of my talk, we delve into the realm of Islamic Moonotheism, undertaking a meticulous analysis of the historical and archaeological evidence surrounding the Arabian/Babylonian moon god origins of Allah. This notion has been the subject of substantial debate. Recent advancements in source accessibility and search software now facilitate an informed assessment of the available evidence. It is our duty to unravel the predominant practice of moon worship that pervaded both the Arabian and Babylonia regions, where a shared pantheon flourished. A. The Contested Idea: The origins of Allah within the context of Islamic Moonotheism have remained shrouded in mystery, engendering conjectures and conflicting perspectives. Scholars, theologians, and historians have engaged in fervent discourse, seeking to uncover the precise roots of this central deity. Yet, amid this complex and often contentious terrain, we now find ourselves at an opportune juncture, empowered by technological advancements that enable us to examine an unprecedented wealth of primary and secondary sources. B. Access to Sources and Search Software: The twenty-first century has heralded a new era of knowledge acquisition, with enhanced access to diverse textual and material resources propelling our understanding of ancient civilizations to unprecedented heights. Through the aid of comprehensive search software, we now possess an unparalleled capacity to navigate the vast corpus of historical and archaeological data, extracting invaluable insights previously obscured by time and geographical constraints. This newfound accessibility serves as the gateway to comprehending the multifaceted tapestry of religious practices in early Arabia, Ethiopia, and Mesopotamia. Moon Worship: A Ubiquitous Phenomenon Uniting Arabia and Babylonia A. The Dominance of Moon Worship: As we peer into the depths of history, a pattern emerges—one that etches the prevalence of moon worship across the landscapes of Arabia and Babylonia. These two regions, though distinct in their geopolitical spheres, harbored a shared predilection for revering the celestial body that illuminates the night sky. Moon worship, an ingrained aspect of their cultural fabric, weaved its way into the religious consciousness of these civilizations, shaping their pantheons and engendering a rich tapestry of deities. B. The Unifying Thread of a Common Pantheon: We can discern the interconnectedness of their pantheons. Although geographical boundaries appear to separate these societies, they were bound by trade and their devotion to the moon, engendering a fascinating convergence. The interplay between divine entities transcended borders, intertwining their narratives, attributes, and functions. In this web of religious syncretism we glimpse the nascent beginnings of the deity known as Allah. Conclusion: Our expedition into the enigma of Islamic Moonotheism will take us on a journey through the ancient corridors of Arabia, Ethiopia, and Mesopotamia. In our exploration, we will unravel the ubiquity of moon worship, a shared phenomenon that reverberated across Arabian and Babylonian civilisations. This detailed information confirms Robert Morey's thesis that Allah is a moon god/moon deity. Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiyIXknJOnGXmnYB3UrXaHQ/join Critical Islamic law (Sharia) resource: Reliance of the Traveller, with Appendix W - https://www.dropbox.com/s/0f1ga9cvekt18au/Reliance-of-the-Traveller-AppendixW.pdf Full Archive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1BGrC1fxB-ym-ZQ64TtfYEG0vQtYCOIL6?usp=sharing The Hedaya: Commentary on the Islamic Laws - Vol 2 https://archive.org/details/hedaysorguide00hamigoog/page/n6/mode/2up Useful and Related files on Islam https://www.dropbox.com/sh/holn27xssr4m3ww/AACcM8Hzqb9btheDPpyA6C1Qa Please support my work. Contribute via: ⬛ Stripe - https://donate.stripe.com/3cs17o3uDatG7TObII ⬛ Revolut - https://www.revolut.me/lloyddejongh/ ⬛ PayPal - https://www.paypal.me/LloydDeJongh Islam Show Notes - Searchable Online Database in Microsoft OneNote: https://1drv.ms/o/s!BJTCgSI6HCcm33ovzTNDT9uPoT7q?e=jdqcMD6DQkG-lAYFnUg45w&at=9 Subscribe to my backup channel on BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/SebmX9Hq1tCF/ Subscribe to my backup channel on LBRY/Odysee: https://odysee.com/@LloydDeJongh Subscribe to my backup channel on Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LloydDeJongh #moonotheism #islam #islamic_video #islamic #christianity #history #archaeology #yemen #paganism #babylon #mesopotamia
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