Infanticide in Religion

I read an article written by a scholar from New York; here’s the link from the Times of Israel.

The Jewish text ( from the Tanakh ) is about Abraham being asked by God to sacrifice his son Isaac. The story is Bereis* 22 ( Genesis 22). Those familiar with the Christian Bible will note the lack of embellishments about how God was simply teaching Abraham a lesson. This was added by the Romans. The story told in it’s original form leads to the question; why add the embellishments at all? Why did Roman priests and rulers feel the need to add their own interpretation to this story? Were they trying to hide something? The text can be found at the Jewish Virtual Library

The verse that stands out to me is 17
“17 that in blessing I will bless thee, and in multiplying I will multiply thy seed as the stars of the heaven, and as the sand which is upon the seashore; and thy seed shall possess the gate of his enemies”

What other Biblical character was told his seed would multiply as the sand is upon the seashore?

As you guessed that character’s name is Adam who was blessed (or cursed) to multiply like crazy. Remember now, God was angry with Adam and Eve for lying about having eaten of the tree of knowledge. And he cursed them. Go forth and multiply until your seed is as numerous as the sand up on the seashore and destroy the Garden of Eden. ( my interpretation there )
Remember that his son Cain killed his son Able because he was jealous of God’s acceptance of Able’s offering. Then God curses (or blesses) Cain to live forever for the killing of Able.

I believe the prophets where writing down what they were seeing/hearing at the time. Some hear and some do not. They felt it was so important they wrote it down and preserved it in religion hoping it would not be modified so in the future people would be able to find God, or whoever was playing God. Spandau: The Secret Diaries by Albert Speer is similar because the author gives us insight into the personalities of the Nazi elite.

The Roman soldier who stabbed Jesus in the side while he was on the cross was also cursed ( or blessed ) with eternal life.

Maybe two people or beings are competing to appear to be God at the same time, and maybe one of them is Abraham in this story. They are very aware of the fact everything they do and say is being monitored by people. Abraham says “Here am I” three times in the chapter. I am is the name God calls himself. And if they are playing voices perhaps Abraham wanted to kill his son but look like the good guy doing it, so he made it out to be a sacrifice to God. By making a big voice in the energy field of another and responding to it (talking to himself) others would think God was commanding the sacrifice. Whoever wrote this knew what he was up to. The other one reminds him of who he is, Adam the Liar, by subtly giving him the same blessing ( or curse ) when able to use his own voice but does not protest. Revealing their abilities is against the rules. Those Jews listening would understand the reference.

Killing one’s son is a common thread in the Abrahamic Religions and comes with the ability of the controllers to put souls in the family they desire by the manipulation of reincarnation. In this way peoples predilection for family loyalty and patriarchal control prejudice them against the child whose soul they wish to control.

The purpose is to keep the child from growing to maturity and power so the Elite can continue their despotic rule of mankind without interference from those who seek a egalitarian society.


Each lifetime the Elite must relearn their skills. As they get older they get more skillful and powerful. Ensuring a painless death helps a smooth transition to the next lifetime; making it easier to remember their last one. They also make sure any competition, including others of their own ilk, have a shorter lifetime and a more painful and traumatic death.

Moloch was a Canaanite god who demanded sacrifice of first born children. According to Rashi the 12th century French Rabi, Moloch was Tophet (same sorcerer) from Jeremiah 7:31. The NIV version:
“They have built the high places of Topheth in the Valley of Ben Hinnom to burn their sons and daughters in the fire—something I did not command, nor did it enter my mind.”
from the Tanakh Yermeyahu 7:31
7:31 And they have built the high places of Tophet, which is in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to burn their sons and their daughters in the fire; which I commanded them not, neither came it into my heart.

There’s a great wiki on it
Note the segment dedicated to Saturn eating his son

Of course there is Exodus 13:2 where the lord commands “Consecrate to Me all the firstborn, whatever opens the womb among the children of Israel, both of man and beast; it is Mine.”

The story of Pharoah ordering the death of all the first born Jews fits quite well with this common thread. Later when Moses reaches adulthood and is attempting to free the Jews Yaweh takes retribution on the Egyptian firstborn. But could this simply be the Pharaoh again? This time with the dual purpose of setting up Moses to not look like the good guy and get rid of more children. Remember the controllers have to stay ahead of their own kinds’ abilities as well. Herod’s “massacre of the innocents.” debated but not out of the realm of possibility, would serve the same purpose.

So it seems mass killing of children by Moloch is indeed a repeated theme in religion; all to keep the younger generation from overtaking the older generation in power and ability. It’s a way to avoid the “payback is a bitch” problem of being a tyrant and maintain dominance through ability. It’s interesting to think about how, these people reincarnating, would affect the evolution of society. It would hold mankind back from reaching their full potential. Religious superstition, use of power, and political manipulation are necessary to create these events.

References to reincarnation in religion are more widespread than most realize. There is a great Wikipedia entry on the subject. Just because a religion does not teach it’s adherents about reincarnation or possibly attempts to suppress that knowledge, does not mean the leadership of the religion don’t know about it. It can be used to control people in ways most are not aware of.

The reason the Jews wrote down the stories? So they would have warning of what was happening and be able to find those they had written the stories about. These stories maintained by the very religions the controllers wish to dominate make them difficult to destroy. I think we could also say they would really hate the Jews. Think of the Egyptians, Babylonians, Romans, Roman Catholic Church, Islam and the National Socialist Workers Party of Germany. What if they were all the same people? The same group of people at different points in time, running nations, playing god, committing mass murder and building empires. Of the listed groups, how many of them taught or teach reincarnation to their followers?

Reincarnation would also explain prophecy. If people reincarnate and tend to repeat their life patterns, then they would create similar occurrences in history as well as the future. Particularly if there are enough of them with enough power and influence. Edmund Burke’s adage “those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it” would take on an explanation of prophecy. Any prophecy we have would simply be a story from the past laid out in such a way people would look for those things to happen again. A warning maybe