Just like in ancient times, humanity is multiplying on Earth and angering the gods with its noise!
After all, what was not understood between the gods and their servants? What sort of a deal was made back then? Did the gods not make themselves clear, or did we just not understand them well enough?
Let’s go on a short yet deep journey into the history of religion, so we can understand it better.
The sealed destiny of humanity was rewritten by the gods 3,000 years ago. Before this, it had been written 450,000 years ago.
Back then, the gods decided to create servants for themselves. This is what it says on the Sumerian tablets. These gods were fallen angels with divine and supernatural powers. Thanks to their higher consciousness, they could dominate and rule nature as they saw fit. However, they became exhausted by it all, so they needed some servants to take over such tasks. They found a being on Earth who would serve this purpose: Homo Erectus. A god shed a drop of his own blood for this task, and the DNA from this drop was used to recreate Homo Erectus in the image of the gods. The match was so perfect that the new human was just like the gods!
The first human to be created was called Lulu Amelu, which means “primitive worker.” The word “amele” (meaning worker) in modern Turkish dates back to this.
The first human beings angered the gods as they multiplied on Earth, and they made way too much noise. Moreover, as these people increased in number, they began to ignore the gods who had created them. The gods therefore decided to create a flood that would erase the Homo Sapiens from the planet. In the Bible, this is known as “Noah’s flood.” This unfortunate event left a strong mark on the survivors, so tales of it were passed down the generations through word of mouth.
As punishment for creating this disaster, the gods were forced by the Chief Gods to remain on Earth. They were condemned to live on our planet, so they set about establishing a new world order for themselves. They also settled among the human survivors and reproduced.
Some gods liked the females they had created and chose them as wives.
Enoch was born from such a union. When Enoch, a demigod, reached the age of 362, he was taken up to Heaven by his father. He is referred to as Idris the Prophet in the Qur’an, while he is called Enoch in the Torah and Old Testament.
There was a reason why the Great Flood became known as “Noah’s Flood.” It would redefine humanity’s destiny.
A new human race needed to be established, and milestones needed to be set.
The gods began to rule the people of Earth by dividing the world among themselves. Some gods ruled the Mayan civilization, whereas others ruled the Egyptian, Sumerian, and Babylonian civilizations in the Middle East. Yet others ruled the civilizations that arose around India. The most powerful civilizations then stepped forward and held their positions, just like the USA and Soviet Union during the cold war.
The gods wanted to establish a new world order on Earth for themselves, so the plan was for the Lulu Amelus to serve them.
Unfortunately, these servants were as skilled as the gods themselves! The gods then started a power struggle among themselves and attacked each other. As a result, the god Marduk approached Abraham, a descendant of Noah, and met with him.(Marduk was the son of the God Enki, who created man. In Sumerian, Enki is called “EA.”)
The story then goes as follows: Marduk tells Abraham that if he shows obedience to Marduk and follows his orders, the worldly kingdom will be granted to him. In response, Abraham expresses to “his god” that he is concerned, because he doesn’t have an heir to inherit the worldly kingdom. His god assures Abraham that he will have an heir, but after a few years, Abraham’s wife, Sarah, has still not become pregnant. Not wanting Abraham to be heirless due to her infertility, Sarah eventually asks Abraham to father a child with her handmaid Hagar. Abraham accepts the offer and sleeps with Hagar, who later gives birth to his son, whom they call Ishmael. (Ishmael means “God hears.”)
Hagar is now privileged, and she no longer behaves according to her status as a handmaiden. She neither obeys nor respects Sarah anymore. This situation turns into a big issue that Sarah is very uncomfortable with. One day, she tells Abraham that she is unhappy with Hagar and her son Ishmael. She says she does not want them around anymore and asks Abraham to send them away. As time passes, the god sees Sarah’s suffering and fulfills his previous promise to give her a child.
The god honored his agreement on Earth through Sarah’s son Isaac and his descendants. (You might wonder how Sarah was able to bear a child at her advanced age. This could be explained by the possibility of using artificial insemination and genetic engineering. After all, the gods would have advanced knowledge of such techniques.) (Isaac means “one that smiles and laughs.”)
When Abraham took this new son into his arms, he named him Isaac. This meant Abraham now had two children to leave his inheritance to. Neither the god nor Abraham distributed this inheritance equally, however. Following Sarah’s earlier request, Abraham sent Hagar and her son Ishmael away.
After being sent away, Hagar and her son Ishmael took a different path in their lives. They chose another god for themselves and wanted to be closer to that god.
It turns out that both the Muslim Arabic and Jewish communities are descended from these two half-brothers with different mothers. Unfortunately, the ongoing hostility between Jews and Muslims in the Middle East originates from the historical events described above.
The power struggle that started between these two women has continued for thousands of years, and the gods have surely played a major role in this.
To sum up this short historical journey: There has always been a war about who will take over the worldly kingdom, and this is the root cause for what happens today. We are also serving in this war, albeit reluctantly.
Religion is the most crucial tool for control and manipulation in this game.
If we follow the destiny that was written for us, and if we do not use the freewill that the Creator gave us, then we will inevitably need to somehow follow the fate set for us. This downgrades our consciousness, so the time is right to remember that we can shape our own destinies.
I wrote this article based on the information I’ve gathered about the history of religions and humanity as part of my many years of diligent work as an esotericist, researcher, and writer. I would like to emphasize that avoiding the subject of religions is never a solution, nor is seeing religion as a taboo! It is always useful to remember that religious stereotypes form a blinding lens that narrows the perspective of humanity and prevents us from foreseeing the future.
As the owner of our own thoughts, we owe it to the Creator to make use of our reason and freewill.
You can find more information about these topics in my book The Apocrypha of Humanity. What’s more, in the book The Secrets of Enoch & The Apocalypse of Baruch, you’ll find more detailed information on Enoch’s ascension to heaven by the gods.

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