Does the muslim god Allah have three daughters?

Does the Muslim God Allah have three daughters?

I quote from the Qu'ran:

53:19 Have ye seen Al-Lat. and Al-Uzza,
53:20 And another, the third goddess, Manat?
53:21 What! for you the male sex, and for Him, the female?
53:22 Behold, such would be indeed a division most unfair!
53:23 These are nothing but names which ye have devised,- ye and your fathers,- for which Allah has sent down no authority. They follow nothing but conjecture and what their own souls desire!- Even though there has already come to them Guidance from their Lord!

It's funny that the Qu'ran mentions them at all. What does it mean?

Well they are obviosuly pre-islamic deities that were worshipped along side Allah the moon god of the pagans before the prophet Mohammed came along and demolished all the idols, and destroyed all the temples to the supposed fake gods.

The funny thing though is that people think that Allah is just a moon god, this is not strictly accurate, you will see if you look at Arabic flags, you will also notice a star on the flag aswell which represents Aldebaran ASWELL:

Back to the daughters of Allah, who were they?

They represented the three stars of Orion's belt, Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka. Islam is not the only faith that mentions them though, Christianity mentions them aswell. In Eastern Orthodox Christianity they are called the Myrrhbearers, or the Three Marys. They are known as the Triad to the ancient pagans and the druids and Celts, they are also known and the Triple Moon Goddess in Wiccan beliefs, for more on that go to my previous thread:

Al-Uzza's familiar likeness to the Virgin Mary.

Al-Uzza, "the Strong One", "The Most Mighty", "The Mighty One" was as mentioned earlier, a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess, the virgin warrior and youngest in the triad of goddesses was one of the most venerated Arab Deities. These traits are alot like the Maiden in the Triple Moon Goddess of Wiccan beliefs.

Isaac of Antioch a writer of the 5th century calls her Beltis, "Lady" and Kaukabta, "the Star". He also says that women would invoke Al-Uzza from the rooftops, a form of worship appropriate to a Star Goddess.

St. Epiphanius of the 4th century calls her the mother of Dusares, the local mountain god, calling her by the title Chaamu or Chalmous, meaning "young girl or virgin". She has connections with the acacia tree, and her sanctuary at Nakhlah had three acacias in which she was believed to descend. These traits are alot like the Virgin Mary's traits if you notice aswell, being a virgin and all that!

Hope you enjoyed.

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