10_) Hybrids Are Made To Destroy Humanity

Genetics have been invoked (incorrectly) by the growing white supremacy movement in the U.S. in order to justify its ideas about race. In an attempt to disassociate genetics from such views, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) has come out with a statement that declares the concept of “racial purity” meaningless from a scientific standpoint.

The society, which…has about 8,000 members…makes a clear point that…the age-old concept of race is wrong and humans cannot be split into subcategories that would be biologically different from each other…

However, hyper dimensional and human beings and animals are certainly biologically different from each other. 

The product of such a union is called an abomination.

“And Pharaoh called for Moses and for Aaron, and said, Go ye, sacrifice to your God in the land. And Moses said, It is not meet so to do; for we shall sacrifice the abomination of the Egyptians to the LORD our God: lo, shall we sacrifice the abomination of the Egyptians before their eyes, and will they not stone us?” (Ex 8:25-26)

dsc07320One scholarly source interprets the abomination as the act of sacrificing an animal that was sacred to Egyptians. However, the biblical text states that the abomination is the animal itself. This was a lamb which officially defines a male sheep in the first year, which for sheep is up to full grown.

For the Israelites, the sheep represented and temporarily substituted for the Lamb of God, the “seed of the woman” promised to all humanity since the beginning of time.

“Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.” (John 1:29)

For the Egyptians, the sheep represented Khnum, one of the principal and oldest gods of Egypt, worshipped as the creator of mankind.

damien_posters_2015_comic_con_h_15Pop quiz. Who is this god imitating?  The Lamb of God!  This makes him…the antithesis of The Promised One / Messiah / Christ, AKA antichrist, one of the many different cultural representations of the seed of the serpent.

So is Moses so bold as to call Pharaoh’s god disgusting to Pharaoh’s face?  Hardly.  If anything, Moses is acknowledging that the Egyptians, like many other groups, find the Israelite’s God abhorrent!

Clearly there is a far more significant meaning to abomination than simply disgusting / toebah or even profaning the sacred. Both Pharaoh and Moses, raised in the royal household, understood this and accepted it at face value. No disrespect intended, none taken, just a fact.

The sheep that the Israelites were planning to sacrifice was the Egyptian god Khnum. His image was a combination sheep and human.  (Fourth from the left in the image below.)


Most of the Egyptian gods were represented as combination animal and human. Are these god portrayed in this way because the original artists were attempting to portray abstract concepts like fertility, as interpreted by determinedly materialistic modern anthropologists doing their best to eliminate spirituality from history? Or was it something more concrete?

The amatory adventures of the Roman gods under the outward semblance of animals cannot but be regarded with the suspicion that an undercurrent of truth runs through the fable, when the general laxity of morals of that age is taken into account.

  • Jupiter…under the form of a bull…an eagle…a swan…a speckled serpent…a satyr (half man, half goat),
  • Neptune, transformed into a fierce bull, raped Canace; he changed Theophane into a sheep and himself into a ram, and begat on her the ram with the golden fleece. As a horse he had connection with the goddess Ceres, who bore to him the steed Arion…took the form of a bird…as a dolphin.
  • Saturn begat the centaur (half man, half horse) Chiron on Phillyra whilst he assumed the appearance of a horse;
  • and many more examples could be added to the list.
  • According to Pliny, Semiramis [incestuous mother/wife of Nimrod and “Mother of Harlots” who instituted what became world-wide paganism at Babylon] prostituted herself to her horse;
  • and Herodotus speaks of a goat having indecent and public communication with an Egyptian woman. Strabo and Plutarch both confirm this statement.
  • Pausanius mentions Aristodama, the mother of Aratus, as having had intercourse with a serpent,
  • Such was the case also with Olympias, the mother of Alexander, who was taught by her that he was a God, and who in return deified her.
  • Venette says that there is nothing more common in Egypt than that young women have intercourse with bucks [male sheep and goats].
  • Plutarch mentions the case of a woman who submitted to a crocodile;
  • and Sonnini also states that [male] Egyptians were known to have connection with the female crocodile.
  • Vergil refers to bestiality with goats.
  • Plutarch quotes two examples of men having offspring, the one by a she-ass, the other by a mare.
  • Antique monuments representing men copulating with goats (caprae) bear striking testimony to the historian’s veracity;
  • and the Chinese are notorious for their misuse of ducks and geese.

t52lg0These accounts validate the biblical account of these hybrid beings.

it came to pass, when Solomon was old, that his wives turned away his heart after other gods…For Solomon went after

Notice the hybrid features of the Canaanite gods as with the Egyptian.

Gods in animal form are consistent with the biblical portrayal of angels.

Seraphim are serpents and dragons. Cherubim and other heavenly beings described with compost human-animal features bear such striking similarities to the mythical creatures in pagan religions that it must be considered that each account validates the others. Ancient carvings of cherubim by Assyrians, Babylonians and Syrians all depict cherubim as guards of the tree of life, just as reported Genesis 3, as well zoomorphic features described in Ezekiel and Revelation – man, calf, eagle and lion.



…they had

  • the hands of a man under their wings…
  • the face of a man,
  • and the face of a lion,
  • and the face of an ox…
  • the face of an eagle…

This is the living creature that I saw under the God of Israel…they were the cherubims.” (Ezekiel 1:10, 10:10-20)

“…and in the midst of the throne, and round about te throne, were four beasts [i.e. unknown species of living creature, similar to but different from Ezekiel’s description of cherubim]…

  • And the first beast was like a lion,
  • and the second beast like a calf,
  • and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle.

And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him…(Revelation 4:6-8)

It’s far more plausible than not that the fallen angels were attempting to recreate themselves at, or even elevate themselves to, a high rank of angelic caste, by controlling the hybridization process.

And all the sons of men departed from the ways of the Lord in those days as they multiplied upon the face of the earth with sons and daughters,

  • and they taught one another their evil practices
  • and they continued sinning against the Lord.
  • And every man made unto himself a god [idol / a battery of stored hyper dimensional power]
  • and they robbed and plundered every man his neighbor as well as his relative,
  • and they corrupted the earth [creating hybrids],
  • and the earth was filled with violence [from the hybrids.]
  • And their judges and rulers / in these ancient times the gods went to the daughters of men and took their wives by force from their husbands according to their choice
  • and the sons of men in those days took from the cattle of the earth, the beasts of the field and the fowls of the air, and taught the mixture of animals of one species with the other
  • God saw the whole earth and it was corrupt, for all flesh had corrupted its ways upon earth, all men and all animals…And all men who walked in the ways of the Lord, died in those days” (Jasher 4:16-21)



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