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Forgery in the Bible Vocabulary Proves the

Throughout the first five books of the Bible, scholars
observe subconscious differences in vocabulary which
strongly indicate multiple authors. In whole sections of
Exodus and Numbers, the masses following Moses are called
"the people." In other lengthy sections they are called "the
congregation." The sections where they are called "the
people" dont contain the phrase "the congregation."
Likewise, the sections where they are called "the
congregation" dont contain the phrase "the people." In
some sections, the Israelites are called "Hebrews." In other
sections, they are called "the children of Israel." Some
sections refer to the monarch of Egypt as "the king of
Egypt," but other sections call him "Pharaoh." Some
sections call the town of Hebron "Mamre by Hebron."
Other sections call Hebron "Machpelah by Mamre." The
two names never occur together in the same section. The
same is true of northwestern Mesopotamia, which is
variously called "Haran" in some sections and "PadanAram" in others. Why does the Bible use two names for the
same place? As for the deserts south of Israel, some sections
call it "the Negev" while other sections call it "The
Wilderness of Zin," or "The Wilderness of Paran."
As there is no theological reason for such trivial
differences in vocabulary, the best explanation is that the
first few books of the Bible were compiled from multiple
authors, each manifesting unique subconscious preferences
THIS SECTION: for certain vocabulary.

There are even more signatures of the Priestly source

which identify it and separate it from the earlier sources. In
the Priestly text, the main characters are almost all male, in
contrast to the Elohist and especially the Yahwist sources
which often include women as main characters. The Priestly
text is the only source to use the names Horeb and Sinai
interchangeably. This indicates that the Priestly text was
written after the other sources, that is, after the northerners
had moved south, bringing the name Horeb with them and
identifying it with Sinai.

Ancient lore says the Jerusalem temple

(above) was built with the help of demons.
The Genesis Creation Story was written by
heretic priests of that temple.

Ancient Christians believed that some parts of

the Bible were written by God and other parts
of the Bible were written by Satan the Devil.

Besides this, other phrases that distinguish the Priestly

text from the earlier sources include "the sons of Aaron,"


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"perpetual ordinance," "a statute throughout all your

generations," "to be observed throughout all generations,"
and "all flesh." These are repeated frequently in the Priestly
text, but are elsewhere non-existent. Priestly sacrifices are
"without blemish" and Gods Law is an "everlasting
covenant." Whoever breaks the Law is "cut off from his
people." There is also an inordinate amount of emphasis on
"the ark of the covenant," priestly garments called
"ephods," the colors "blue, purple, and crimson," and the
"holy place." These items are rarely mentioned in the other
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Most people who read the Priestly material find it to be

boring ritualistic dribble, which is neither good for spiritual
edification nor for entertainment.

Above: Marduk, the hero

of Enuma Elish, the
pagan myth from which
Genesis 1 is derived.
Below: Map of Israel and
where different parts of
the Bible came from.

In contrast, the earlier Yahwist and Elohist texts are

packed full of poetry, exciting adventures, and moral lessons
spiced with gratuitous dirty little stories. The main
characters cheat, lie, steal, kill, and commit incest. They get
married, get drunk, and have sex. These earlier texts are
fond of vocabulary such as "he knew his wife," "nakedness,"
and "a land flowing with milk and honey." Phrases like
"face of the earth," "flocks and herds," "the ground," "Thus
says the LORD," "let my people go," "Here I am," and "the
hill country," are used often, but the Priestly sections dont
use these phrases. Lots of places are discussed that the
Priestly Text fails to mention Shechem, Bethel, Gerar, and
Beer-Sheba. Stories explain the origin of place names. The
compound name for God is sometimes used Yahweh Elohim
"the LORD God."

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Now we see why Jeremiah said that Genesis 1 is a forgery.

Genesis 1 is part of the Priestly Document, which scholarship
has proven to be a fraud written long after the Biblical events
it supposedly describes.
You don't have to trust the scholars to believe that the
Documentary Hypothesis is true. You can see it for yourself.
Everyone has the tools to investigate it for themselves,
regardless of their brainpower or knowledge of the Hebrew
language. All you need is a good old-fashioned King James
Bible and a set of colored pencils. In fact, the King James is
preferable for this excersize, since it is more consistent and
literal than most other translations. Color-code words and
phrases such as "the LORD," "God," "congregation," "the
people," and the other phrases mentioned above. Start in the
beginning, Genesis 1, and skim your way forward.
It wont take long to become a believer in the
Documentary Hypothesis. You will find that whole passages
use one set of vocabulary, and that other passages use an
entirely different set of vocabulary. Try to identify some
theological reason for why this might be. You will find that
there is no theological reason. The only explanation is
multiple authors.


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Beyond mere differences in vocabulary and style, even

deeper differences emerge among the sources - differences
which concern theology and doctrine. The most striking
differences occur when the Priestly text is compared to the
earlier traditions, namely the Yahwist and Elohist sources.
Angels are never mentioned in the Priestly text.[1] This
links the Priestly text with the Sadducees, who likewise did
not believe in angels.[2] Dreams and visions from God are
never mentioned in the Priestly text.[3] This is also similar to
the doctrine of the Sadducees, about whom Josephus wrote,
"they don't believe in fate at all, and suppose that God does
not worry with what we do."[4] In contrast, the earlier
sources do mention angels, dreams, and visions.
The Priestly text emphasizes rituals, priestly orders, and
the Law given on Mount Sinai. In contrast, the earlier
sources piece together a history from anecdotal stories
concerning the Hebrews' ancestors.
One of the most defining doctrines the Sadducees shared
with the Priestly text was the doctrine of God's nature. They
both saw God as all-powerful, all-wise, spiritual, and
heavenly. In contrast, the earlier sources had a much more
down-to-earth concept of God. The earlier sources say that
God repented and changed his mind about the Flood and
about wishing to destroy Israel. He prefers to walk when it is
cool outside. He asks Adam and Eve and their son Cain
some questions as if he did not know the answers. He even
feels threatened by human achievements such as the Tower
of Babel.[5] In contrast to the Priestly text's view of God, the
God of the earlier sources is prima facie not all-powerful, not
all-wise, not spiritual, and not heavenly.
These factors enable us to separate the theology of Genesis
1 from that of the earlier sources, for the God of Genesis 1 is
all-wise, all-powerful, and is heavenly. Seven times Genesis 1
insists about creation that "God saw that it was good."[6]
This runs quite contrary to the Yahwist account which
records that "Yahweh repented that he created Adam."[7]
In Genesis 1, and indeed throughout the entirety of the
Priestly text, God is super-cosmic dwelling above all
creation. When he created rainbows, he distinguished
himself from "the flesh on the earth."[8] But in the earlier
sources, God takes visible form inside the cosmos, walking as
a man alongside Adam, Noah, Abraham, and Jacob.[9]
In the Priestly text, when the Israelites suffered slavery in
Egypt, God did not come down to investigate; rather, "their
cry ascended to God."[10] This is in sharp contrast to the
God of the earlier Yahwist source, who actively comes down
to investigate when the Tower of Babel is being built.[11]
One God observes from the heavens. The other God
observes from the earth.
When the God of the Priestly text came to Mount Sinai, he


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hid himself in a fiery cloud and no one was permitted to see

him.[12] This contrasts with the earlier Elohist account
where "Moses brought the people out of the camp to meet
God." In the Elohist account, it is the people who choose not
to meet God because they are frightened of him God does
not hide himself, rather the people hide from God.[13] In the
Elohist account, God even eats dinner with Moses and the
elders while he is thundering commandments from the
Yet for all of his invisible heavenly glory, the God of the
Priestly text still demands idols of cherubim be built.[15]
This is in sharp contradiction to the Ten Commandments,
which forbid all graven images. The Ten Commandments
most likely come from the Elohist-Deuteronomist tradition
with which Abiathar and Jeremiah were affiliated.[16]
In short, the God presented in Genesis 1 is consistent
only with the God of the Priestly text, and can in no way be
forced to reconcile with the God of the earlier sources.
Click to read more about how we know Genesis 1 is a
The creationist narrative in Genesis 1 is contradicted by
many ancient Christian texts. Instead of an Almighty
Creator God, ancient Christian texts espouse that the
universe is born from blind arrogance and stupidity. The
angels caused evolution to occur from species to species.
There are many gods, (or aliens?), and the Christian God is
just one among them. Satan the Devil writes scripture, and
thus the Bible was polluted with Genesis 1. Archaeology and
modern scholarship demonstrate that Genesis is indeed
corrupted. Cavemen walk with Adam and Eve. Esoteric
prophecies reveal the coming of Christ, and also reveal the
dark forces that govern the cosmos. Such are the ancient
Christian writings.
Science vindicates the truth of these ideas. Evolution often
happens too fast for Darwins theory. Gaps in the fossil
record indicate that some kind of unnatural force acts
together with natural selection. Astrobiology reveals that
intelligent life probably evolved long before us. The fossil
record reveals strange clues that aliens abducted species and
transported them across oceans, and that DNA from diverse
lineages was combined to spawn hybrid species. Evidently,
aliens influence evolution, and they are the gods of the
worlds religions.
This is not fiction. All these facts are thoroughly documented
in the links above.

[1] Friedman, Richard Elliott. Who Wrote the Bible? 1997, HarperCollins Publishers, San Francisco,
CA, p 191
[2] Acts 23:8


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[3] Friedman, Richard Elliott. Who Wrote the Bible? 1997, HarperCollins Publishers, San Francisco,
CA, p 191
[4] Josephus. Wars of the Jews 2.8.14
[5] Genesis 3:8-11, 4:11, 6:6-7, 8:21, 11:6-7, Exodus 32:12-14
[6] Genesis 1:4, 1:10, 1:12, 1:18, 1:21, 1:25, 1:31
[7] Genesis 6:6-7
[8] Genesis 9:13-17
[9] Genesis 3:8, 6:9, 18:1-33, 32:24-30
[10] Exodus 2:23
[11] Genesis 11:5
[12] Exodus 16:10, 19:18, 24:15-17
[13] Exodus 19:17, 20:19-20, 24:9-11
[14] Exodus 24:9-11
[15] Exodus 25:17-22
[16] Deuteronomy 5, Exodus 20 although 20:11 is Priestly, 20:1 introduction says "Elohim" and
Exodus 20 is surrounded by Elohist material on either side.


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