New book: God is a Woman

Who is God? Until now, this question has remained unresolved. The simulation hypothesis allows for the possibility that God is a post-human individual who uses us for personal entertainment. God might use an avatar to appear as an ordinary human in this world. And so, answering the question may come down to disclosing which people were God in disguise?

All gods are imagined, including the Jewish deity Yahweh. But the worship of Yahweh spread via Christianity and Islam. Half the people in the world now believe that Yahweh, also known as the Father or Allah, is the all-powerful owner of this universe. In a simulation, this is not a mere accident, and this deity may be the veil behind which God is hiding.

This book’s core idea is that Mary Magdalene was an avatar of God. She made Jesus believe that She was Eve reincarnated while Jesus was Adam reincarnated, and that Eve did not come from Adam’s rib but that Adam was Eve’s son, so Adam, and therefore, Jesus were the Son of God. God also married Muhammad.

Much of the Hebrew Bible is mythical, so the stories about Abraham, Moses, and David could be fictional, but the accounts in the Hebrew Bible are consistent with them being husbands of God. It is also plausible that several female historical figures have been God in disguise, and it may be possible to identify a few of them.

This book addresses the following topics:

  • Why are humans religious, and how did religions evolve?
  • Why this universe could be virtual.
  • Why existing faiths are incorrect, but God can exist.
  • How did the Jewish religion emerge and develop?
  • Who was the historical Jesus?
  • What was the relationship between Mary Magdalene and Jesus?
  • Was Eve the mother of Adam?
  • What is the role of the Virgin Mary in the greater scheme?
  • Why is Jesus called the Last Adam?
  • Did Jewish patriarchs, prophets, and kings marry God?
  • Did Muhammad marry God?
  • Why are Christians born of God?
  • What is the meaning of God’s love?
  • What was the role of Paul in defining Christianity?
  • How did Christians turn Jesus into God?
  • Why is the Gospel of John so different from the other Gospels?
  • Which historical persons were God in disguise?
  • Has Jesus already returned, and what lessons can we learn from it?
  • Do we live in the end times?

By reading this book, you will discover that it is plausible that God is a post-human woman who uses this world to entertain Herself and that She can appear as an ordinary woman.

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Bible: Only God Knows What Jesus Really Said

Born of God

The Gospel of John is remarkably different from the other gospels. It states that Christians are born of God (John 1:12-13). The first letter of John contains similar statements (1 John 2:29, 3:9, 4:7, 5:1, 5:4, 5:18). Men cannot give birth so that God could be a Mother. Christians may have given God a sex change. It raises an obvious question. If the early church leaders went to great lengths to remove all the evidence of God being a Mother, then how could they have overlooked the phrase born of God? The answer probably is that they did not.

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The identity of God

The Gospels state that Jesus had a personal and intimate relationship with God. Scholars agree that the Gospels have been edited.

The Gospels are written in Greek, and Greek culture dominated the ancient Eastern Mediterranean. And so, Greek thought affected how the early church fathers modelled their religion. In Greek mythology, Athena, the goddess of wisdom, was born from the head of the male god Zeus. Hence, Jesus is referred to as ‘godhead’ in some of the letters of the church fathers (Acts 17:29, Romans 1:20, Colossians 2:9). In modern translations, this is lost. Also, according to the church fathers, Jesus is the head of the Church (Ephesians 1:22), and the Church is Jesus’ body (Colossians 1:24).

When the church fathers gave God a sex change, they may initially have used the Zeus and Athena analogy so that Jesus was born of the Father. The head of their construct was Jesus, while the body was the Father. That probably seemed inappropriate, so the Church became Jesus’ body instead. The Church may have become a substitute for God. The replacement may then have been applied to Jesus’ marriage. That may be why the church fathers claimed that Jesus was the bridegroom of the Church.

More evidence that God is a Mother can be found in the Odes Of Solomon. Ode 19 (here is that number again) comes with the following lines:

A cup of milk was offered to me: and I drank it in the sweetness of the delight of the Lord.
The Son is the cup, and He who was milked is the Father.
And the Holy Spirit milked Him: because His breasts were full, and it was necessary for Him that His milk should be sufficiently released.
And the Holy Spirit opened His bosom and mingled the milk from the two breasts of the Father, and gave the mixture to the world without their knowledge.

It is an old Christian text that was already circulating by 100 AD. Hence, it probably is older. No other ancient Christian text explicitly mentions gender-related attributes of God. Here God is depicted as having female physical characteristics despite being called Father. It appears that God is a Mother and that early Christians gave God a sex change.

Latest revision: 2 April 2022

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1. The Lost Bible: Forgotten Scriptures Revealed. J.R. Porter (2001).

Lucretia Garfield. Library Of Congres

The identity of God

This universe could be a virtual reality run by an advanced humanoid civilisation to entertain an individual we can call God. God might be like us and use an avatar to appear as an ordinary human in this world. If this is the case, existing religions tell us little about God. On the other hand, it may not be an accident that half the people in the world worship the Jewish deity as the only true God who rules the universe. Hence, avatars of God may have interfered with Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It further appears that Jesus knew God personally. In other words, he may have known the avatar of God.

According to the scriptures, Jesus called God ‘Father’. Jesus appears to have had a loving relationship with God. Hence, Christians believe that God is love. In the four canonical Gospels, Jesus is called the bridegroom, but the identity of the Bride is obscure. That could raise questions. The official Christian doctrine is that Jesus married the Church, but the Church did not exist when Jesus lived. And why do the Gospels not mention it? It has the hallmarks of a cover-up.

The Bride of Christ may have been God by the avatar of Mary Magdalene. She may have made Jesus believe that he was Adam reincarnated and that She was Eve reincarnated, that Eve did not come from Adam’s rib but gave birth to Adam, and that they were an eternal couple from the beginning of Creation until the End of Times.

It implies that Jesus is God’s son because Adam was. Jesus may have known that he was married to God. The New Testament states that Adam is the Son of God (Luke 3:38) and that Jesus was the Firstborn of all Creation (Colossians 1:15), which might imply that Jesus was Adam and that Adam was born. It further appears that Muhammad married God by the avatar of Khadijah bint Khuwaylid but did not know it.

Jesus and Muhammad are historical figures. The accuracy of the records of their lives may be questionable because they date from decades after they died, but there is little doubt that they have lived. The account of the early history of the Jews in the Hebrew Bible is mostly mythical. Archaeological evidence does not support it. Nevertheless, the narrative of the Hebrew Bible may support the idea that Abraham, Joseph, Moses, and David married God.

The evidence is circumstantial. One cannot expect otherwise if the Abrahamic deity is a veil behind which the owner of this universe has operated so far. Most of this research deals with the relationship between God and Christ, as the earliest Christians may have known that Jesus married God. This relationship, and the Jewish context in which Christianity started, may have led to the complicated theology of Christianity. The Gospel of John could be a heavily redacted insider account, possibly originally coming from one of the disciples. The other Gospels could be collections of circulating stories compiled by people who were no witnesses.

Let us begin on a lighter note. Christians may have performed a sex change on God. So, if nothing happens by accident, consider the song Gimme The Prize by Queen.

The lyric might indicate that the God of the coming kingdom is a Queen:

Here I am, I’m the master of your destiny
I am the one, the only one, I am the God of kingdom come

Queen, Gimme the Prize

That would be a queer joke, and to stress the queerness, Freddy Mercury was at the centre of it. But a religion centred around the love between a Father and His son is a bit queer indeed. It sets the stage for a politically incorrect inquiry into the identity of God.

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Featured image: Lucretia Garfield (a possible avatar of God)

Christ with Mary Magdalene

Who was Mary Magdalene?

Who was Mary Magdalene? This question has been asked many times before. A Pope in the Middle Ages claimed She was a prostitute.1 This slur still lingers around after more than 1,000 years. More recently, Mary Magdalene has become a cult figure as there is a lot of mystery surrounding Her. She may have been the most important person in Jesus’ life. According to the Gospels, She witnessed the crucifixion from the foot of the cross after the male disciples have fled. And She was the first to see the resurrected Jesus.

There has been speculation as to whether or not She was Jesus’ wife. Jesus is referred to as the Bridegroom in every Gospel (Mark 2:19-20, Matthew 9:15, Luke 5:34, John 3:29). After the Crucifixion, Mary Magdalene went out to wash and anoint Jesus’ body (Mark 16:1). This was the duty of the family, most notably the wife. The official position of the Church is that Jesus was, and still is, married to the Church.

A few Gospels that are not recognised by the Church tell us more about Her. The Gospel of Philip names Her as Jesus’ companion2 and mentions that Jesus loved Her more than the other disciples and kissed Her often.3 The Gospel of Mary notes that Jesus loved her more than the other women.4

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The identity of God

The Gospels state that Jesus had a personal and intimate relationship with God. Scholars agree that the Gospels have been edited.

The Gospel of John states that Jesus had an intimate and loving relationship with God. He seemed to have known God personally and believed that he had eternal life and already existed at the beginning of the world. A central theme in Christianity is that God is love. So, how could Jesus know God personally?

Jesus may have believed that Mary Magdalene was the reincarnation of Eve and that he was the reincarnation of Adam, and that Adam was the son of Eve. That makes more sense than the rib story. Mary Magdalene may have married Jesus after convincing him that he was Her eternal husband from Creation until the End of Times.

The Gospels tell us little about Mary Magdalene. According to Luke, She was one of the women who travelled with Jesus and supported him financially. We also learn that Jesus had cured these women of illness and demonic possession. Of Mary Magdalene, Luke writes that seven demons had troubled Her (Luke 8:1-3). Because some apocryphal gospels tell more about Her, scribes may have reduced Her role.

After the crucifixion, Mary Magdalene rises to prominence in the canonical gospels. She was present at the crucifixion, and She may have been the first to see the resurrected Jesus. She may have taken up a leadership role as soon as Jesus was gone, for instance, by promoting the rumour that Jesus had risen until others saw him too and became convinced that She was right.

If Mary Magdalene was God, then the corruption in the Gospels must be significant as there is nothing in them to suggest this. Biblical scholars indeed think that the Gospels are unreliable historical sources. But the corruption may already have begun with the tale about Eve and Adam. It is not only a myth, but authors of the Hebrew Bible may also have altered it. So, could Eve have been a goddess and the mother of Adam?

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Featured image: Christ with Mary Magdalene, West Nave, Kilmore Church, Isle of Mull made by Stephen Adam. B. Galbraith. Victorian Web.

1. Who was Mary Magdalene? James Carrol (2006). Smithsonian. [link]
2. Gospel of Philip: There were three who always walked with the Lord: Mary, his mother, and her sister, and Magdalene, who was called his companion. His sister, his mother and his companion were each a Mary.
3. Gospel of Philip: And the companion of the saviour was Mary Magdalene. Christ loved Mary more than all the disciples and used to kiss her often. The rest of the disciples were offended by it and expressed disapproval. They said to him, “Why do you love her more than all of us?” The Saviour answered and said to them, “Why do I not love you like her?”
4. Gospel of Mary: Peter said to Mary, “Sister we know that the Saviour loved you more than the rest of woman. Tell us the words of the Saviour which you remember which you know, but we do not, nor have we heard them”. Mary answered and said, “What is hidden from you I will proclaim to you”. And she began to speak to them these words: “I”, she said, “I saw the Lord in a vision and I said to Him, Lord I saw you today in a vision”.