Antichrist and Cyclic Catastrophism

Most religions have a concept similar to that of the antichrist in Christianity, a person or persons who will influence world events just prior to the end of the world.  Some of these beliefs date back to the cyclic catastrophism out of which the current solar system evolved around 2,300 years ago.
One of these is Zoroastrianism, whose doctrine of a final renovation of the universe is derived from the Avestan (ancient Persian) language term frasco.karati (making excellent).  The Avesta originated during the same period as the Rig Veda, from which much of my cyclic catastrophism was derived.  At the end of the ‘third time’ there will be a great battle between the forces of good (yazatas) and evil (daevas), corresponding to the suras (gods = glowing bodies) and asuras (demons = bodies with visible atmospheres) in the Rig Veda.  Interestingly, the Ahura Mazda is thought to preside over the final act of worship by raining down parahaoma which confers immortality on the righteous.
Ahura Mazda corresponded to the Rig Veda’s Mitra Varuna – the mysterious linking of the two gods being similar in both cultures.  Mitra (solid) referred to the body of proto-Venus which could be seen glowing in the daytime sky, while Varuna was the same planet (thus the linking) with his ‘magnificant robe,’ due to outgassing sulfur which could only be seen in the night sky.  In the Vedas, Mitra was said to rule the day and Varuna the night.
Haoma, in the Avesta, corresponded to soma in the Rig Veda (ambrosia in Greek myth and manna in the Bible).  This was actual vegetable material blasted into space from priori-Mars, which was a living planet prior to the cyclic catastrophism, during the Bronze and Iron ages, when it orbited the Earth.  Parahaoma (white haoma) merely designated the special purity of the ultimate blessing, referred to in the Bible as the Holy Spirit of God descending on the righteous.

Eye of Ra hieroglyph

Valles Marineris as seen when priori-Mars orbited Earth

In Islam, the counterpart of the antichrist is Al-Masih ad-Dajjal, the deceiving Messiah.  This ‘deceiver’ also has links back to my cyclic catastrophism.  He is said to have only one eye, the left, which bulges out of his head.  This deceiver will appear just prior to the Day of Judgement and his army of ‘demons’ will fight against Isa (Jesus) at his second coming.

The one-eyed deity corresponds to the Greek cyclops and the Egyptian ‘eye of Ra’ or ‘eye of Horus,’ both referring to priori-Mars when it orbited the Earth.  As I have pointed many times, the feature on the surface of Mars from which the notion of the single eye stemmed, was the Valles Marineris, as can easily be seen by comparing the two images above.   I am amazed by the number of supposedly intelligent people that see this congruence as mere coincidence because it just does not fit into their current world view.
Abdullah bin ‘Umar, Allah’s Apostle wrote  “I turned my face to see another man with a huge body,  red complexion, curly hair and blind in one eye.  His eye looked like a protruding out grape.  They said to me ‘He is ad-Dajjal’”.
During the 3,000-year period of cyclic catastrophism the ‘eye’  was the solid iron core of priori-Mars, which exited the planet every thirty years, triggering the release of priori-Mars from Earth orbit.  When it first protruded through the crust of the red planet it was bluish in hue, then actually came out into space through the Valles Marineris, circled the Earth to the east and reentered priori-Mars eight days later, as that planet left the vicinity of Earth.  The additional corroboration here is the fact that the hieroglyph clearly depicts it as a left eye, even though Egyptian texts do not state this explicitly.
Sunni Muslims also believe in the second coming of Isa, but say he will decline to lead their prayer, deferring to the Imam, then engage in battle with the Ad-Dajjal.  All those who embraced the evil of ad-Dajjal will be killed by Isa’s breath and he will slay the Dajjal.   Sunni Muslims believe that Jesus will ‘break the cross and kill the pig’, indicating that his teaching did not include the legitimacy of the two.
Twelver Shi’ah believe that the Dajjah will be killed by Muhammad al-Mahdi. Somel Shi’ah hadith (scolarly texts) say that the Dajjal will be accompanied by 70,000 turbaned scholars (thought by most Muslins to be Jews) from Isfahan and will speak in Hebrew.
The Christian notion of antichrist has no recognizable references back to cyclic catastrophism. The actual term antichrist appears only in 1 and 2 John:
(1 John 2:18 KJV)  Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.
(1 John 2:22 KJV)  Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.
(1 John 4:3 KJV)  And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.
(2 John 1:7 KJV)  For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.
Paul is thought to be writing about the ‘antichrist’ when he refers to a ‘man of sin’ ‘sitting in the temple,’ who is opposed to all claims of divine authority, who performs counterfeit miracles and works evil.
A number of  descriptions imply that the antichrist is not an individual, but entire class of individuals who oppose the worship of Jesus Christ.  This is an indictment of the entire academic community, who exalt themselves in the universities (temples), wear mortar boards (turbans?), teach ‘evolution’, and most significantly, oppose the teaching of Christianity.  This group parallels the 70,000 scholars associated with the ‘deceiver’ in Islam.
Along similar lines, when Peter spoke of the ‘scoffers,’ he was referring to the academic community or ‘antichrist’ who deny the miraculous intervention of Yehovah in the following passage:
(2 Pet 3:3-6 KJV) Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, and saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.  For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished.

~ by Angiras on May 11, 2010.

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