Joshua, it seems, was an ancient sun-god, who was demoted to the status of a man by the priests of the Yahweh cult. However, the worship of Joshua was continued in secret by his devotees, until the fall of Jerusalem
Masonic authors Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas, admit that every Grand Master of Freemasonry is a priest of Yahweh
Yahweh (Aton) is veneratedby the Freemasons and Knights Templar under the pseudonym Jabulon that is a composite word made from three gods - Yahweh (Mars), Baal (Saturn), and On (Sun).
Yahweh/Jehovah was a rescripting of Aton, Akhenaton's god of light. Aton was not originally worshiped by the people of Egypt. Like Ra, he was largely a private god worshiped for centuries by the Hyksos pharaohs and sun priests of Heliopolis, Avaris, and Amarna. He rose to power during Akhenaton's reign because he was under the influence of the Israelite Queen Tire. She was most probably an agent of the descendants of the Hyksos kings expelled from Egypt at the beginning of the eighteenth dynasty by Ahmose I. These despotic lords subsequently took refuge in Tanis and other cities in and around Egypt. We believe that Akhenaton was, like Tiye, under their control.
The early Israelites were mostly sun worshipers. And even in later times, the sun god, Baal, divided with Jehovah the worship of the Jews. Saul, Jonathan, and David named their children in honor of this god. "Saul begat Jonathan...and Esh-baal. And the son of Jonathan was Merib-baal" (1 Chron. viii, 33, 34). David named his last son, save one, Beeliada, "Baal Knows" (1 Chron. xiv,7). Solomon's worship included not merely the worship of Jehovah, but that of Baal and other gods...Most of the Israelites certainly saw no harm in these ornaments, since they were not aware of any very great difference between the character of Yahweh (Jehovah) and that of Baal, Astarte, or Moloch. Long after the time of Solomon the horses and chariots of the Sun were kept in the temple (2 Kings xxiii, 11). Many of the stories concerning Moses, Joshua, Jonah, and other Bible characters are solar myths. Samson was a sun god. Dr. Oort says: "Sun-worship was by no means unknown to the Israelites...The myths that were circulated among these people show that they were zealous worshipers of the sun. These myths are still preserved, but, as in all other cases, they are so much altered as to be hardly recognizable. The writer who has preserved them for us lived at a time when the worship of the sun had long ago died out. He transforms the sun god into an Israelite hero Samson"
So, in light of this, we have no difficulty placing the Hebrews or, more correctly, the Ibaru. They were the "Initiators," the "keepers of knowledge," the "wise-ones," the Druidic Elders of Ireland and Britain whose colleges once existed even in the far-flung corners of the globe. The ancient name for the land of Ireland was Hibernia and the Irish were known as Hibernians. This is a Gaelic word and it also denoted those tribes that inhabited Spain. (Spain's olden name was Iberia.) In short, the original "Hebrews" - were Irish. The word Hebrew most likely comes from Ibiru, Ibaru, or Iburu meaning "Yew Tree." The word Yahweh (meaning Jehovah) comes from Yehew or Yew. The reference in the Old Testament to Moses meeting god at a "burning bush" is yet one more biblical corruption of Druidic tree lore and stellar mythology. The term Hebrew was not, therefore, brought to the West by travelers from the East. If anything, it is more likely that Eastern migrants merely used these place-names because they understood that the countries to which they went were ancient homelands of the Ibaru. To obscure the anomaly concerning the name of Ireland, the historians disseminated the story that it was traveling Israelites or Hebrews from the East who, upon their arrival in Ireland, named it Hibernia. Such migrations did take place but were of later times. They occurred during the centuries AD. Many groups settled in Ireland for one reason or another and many came from the Levant. However, there was little that these people could teach the Irish. Such a notion is not only preposterous but it demonstrates the level of perfidy of the historians who have suggested such nonsense.The ancients knew that the terms Israelite and Ibaru referred to high-ranking, spiritually endowed Egyptians and their ancestors. And they knew that Egypt had been visited numerous times by vagabonds and ne'er-do-wells out for what they could get. The outlying provinces of Egypt were often plagued by such miserables who stole food, polluted wells, and generally caused a disturbance. More than once did the Egyptian governors take to banishing and exiling foreigners who were preying upon their people.
Clearly, Yahweh was based on Aton and not so much upon older gods. The edicts which the Atonists brought out of Egypt, those scripted and levied by Akhenaton and his direct descendants, were simply camouflaged as the "oral tradition” of the Levitical elite. The ordinary "Jew" would not be privy to this tradition. To this very day the majority of biblical researchers and practitioners of the Judeo-Christian religion are unaware that the oral tradition (that eventually became the basis of Talmudic Judaism) was Egyptian and Atonist in origin. The Levites cunningly rescripted their history and liberally plagiarized the cultural archives of many other Occidental and Oriental religions and ethnic groups, including the Irish, the Goths, and the Phoenicians. As we demonstrate on these following pages there is not a shred of factual evidence for their "history." The authors of the Abraham story afforded no dates for this legendary migration, and that omission alone speaks volumes. It is from their time with Akhenaton and his cult of the sun that the Levites began to believe they had a special spiritual destiny. Doubtless, this absurd racist notion was due to their indoctrination by, and identification with, a crazed, perverse, and egomaniacal renegade pharaoh who believed himself to be divinely inspired and glorious; we might say - a legend in his own mind.
The evidence of two gods being fused into one can be found concealed within the early passages of the Old Testament. The Book of Exodus, that tells of the first meeting of Moses and Yahweh, makes it clear that Yahweh was a new god to the Israelites. This problematic dichotomy was solved by the bible's composers and editors who attempted to fuse the old pagan god with the newer god of Moses. The passage, that reveals the lack of antiquity of Yahweh, can be found at Exodus chapter six.
God spoke to Moses and said to him: "I am Yahweh. To Abraham and Isaac and Jacob I appeared as El Shaddai; I did not make myself known to them by my name Yahweh...Say this, then, to the sons of Israel, 'I am Yahweh. I will free you of the burdens which the Egyptians lay on you...I will adopt you as my own people, and I will be your God. Then you shall know that it is I, Yahweh, your God, who have freed you from the Egyptians' burdens...'
This sales pitch of god, directed via his minister to a people who did not know him, was clearly a clever insertion made to link a new and exclusive god with one recognized, accepted, and worshipped by all. If the people of Israel knew of this god, and if they had already been worshipping him since time immemorial, such a passage would never have been found in the bible or anywhere else. But if Yahweh is Aton, a unique solar deity worshipped by a select few, the passage would make perfect sense. We discover from this passage that Yahweh was not the god to whom the poor "enslaved" Israelites were praying. He was simply not their god. He was a god who entered in of his own volition to adopt and rescue them, demanding to be followed and obeyed. And he threw down curses on those who refused to do so.
In the Bible the Israelite god Yahweh is sometimes referred to as Adon, though the term is used as a title, not as the personal name of Yahweh. Eventually, the appellation "Adonai" (my Lord) became a substitution name for pronouncing in prayer the unutterable name Yahweh,which by the early rabbinical period (first and second centuries A.D.) had become too sacred to pronounce. To this day, when Jews encounter the consonants of "Yahweh' (YHWH) in prayer, they pronounce it "Adonai." They might be shocked to learn that this substitution word is related to the Phoenician "Adon" and the Greek Cypriot "Adonis." Further, Muslim, Jews and Arabic-speaking, Aramaic/Syriac-speaking Christians might be shocked also to learn that their words for God come from the Phoenician god's name of "El" as in "Elah," "Allah," "Elahona," "Eloh,""Elohaino," "Eli," "Eloi," "Elohak," etc.
It was never the wrath of god that prevented the name YHWH from being spoken out loud to the world; instead it was the wrath of the Judaic priesthood, who feared that its religion, its nation and its whole way of life might unravel if the truth were known
A "Jew" might be a worshipper of Yahweh. This much is known. However, what if the word Adonai was the important word and not Yahweh? What if the ruse was to have the former as a sobriquet for the latter in order to draw attention away from the significance of the word Adon? If we think it merely a relatively meaningless sobriquet then our attention falls not on it as much as upon the referent Yahweh. Perhaps, the ruse was to ensure that we did not examine the word Adon and find its Egyptian and Irish roots. That the Jewish god Jehovah (Yahweh) is an Egyptian sun god and not in the least bit unique was not to become common knowledge, if it could be helped. The Egyptian connections to the Israelites had to be obscured and the name of god was a major stumbling block. So the preposterous story of Moses and the "Burning Bush" was concocted and the Jews themselves were fooled into the belief that it would be scandalous irreverence to pronounce the ever so sacred name of Yahweh (Jehovah). The implication was that Adonai, being common, simply meant "our sun god" and was purely connotative. It could be uttered, whereas the name Jehovah could remain unspoken. In our reading of the issue, however, the situation is just the reverse. Adonai was the sacred name of god cunningly hidden in plain sight. It was not connotative but denotative. It denoted Akhenaton, his sun god Aton, and the Egyptian priesthood that worshipped the sun. It denoted the Israelites and Levites who were members of that same cult and devotees of that same god. We are less likely to focus on the term Adon once it is put before us as a mere convenience, a rhetorical device. We are more likely to focus on that which it is said to refer to, that is, to this mystical and mystique-drenched Yahweh. Let us state now, for the record, that it is not the name Jehovah that is important but that of Adonai, that is, of Aton. Once this is understood, we can declare the identity of Yahweh problem to be solved, once and for all.
Suggestively, the lunar god Thoth was known as Yahu (or as Yahew). Ralph Ellis believes this indicates that the Israelites were originally moon worshippers. They simply accepted the moon as the twin, or nighttime emissary, of their beloved sun god Aton, and saw it as a "little sun," or "Silver Aton," shining at night for their benefit. The word Yahweh can also be found in the Persian Yawnah (or Jawnah) meaning "sun." The Phoenicians knew this god as Yahwe. In Welsh he was Jahna from which we get the modern Jon or John. The name John, like Iona, meant "sun" as well as "son." This is why so many male children were named after this sun god. The son is the sun of the father's life, quite literally his youngster or "young star" - his golden boy. Was not John of the Gospels known as the "beloved" one? In Syria it was Yaw which, with Yehew (Yahweh or Jahweh), obviously derives from the Yew tree, sacred to the Druids of old.
Ralph Ellis has gone so far as to say that Aye (also known as Aya) was none other than the person symbolically rendered in the bible as the god Yahweh.
In the Bible the Israelite god Yahweh is sometimes referred to as Adon, though the term is used as a title, not as the personal name of Yahweh. Eventually, the appellation "Adonai" (myLord) became a substitution name for pronouncing in prayer the unutterable name Yahweh,which by the early rabbinical period (first and second centuries A.D.) had become too sacred to pronounce. To this day, when Jews encounter the consonants of "Yahweh' (YHWH) in prayer,they pronounce it "Adonai." They might be shocked to learn that this substitution word is related to the Phoenician "Adon" and the Greek Cypriot "Adonis"
Despite deliberate doctoring, passages such as the following from Exodus, Isaiah, Hosea,Joshua, and Micah (typical of many in the texts) are not to be erroneously regarded as recordings of the words of an affronted or disgruntled Yahweh, a disembodied supernatural god. On the contrary they are those of a physical being. The "I" speaking is not god but Moses or - more correctly - Akhenaton.
There came thundering and lightening, and a cloud upon the mountain of God, and a great Voice like trumpets blasting, so that all the people in the camp trembled.
Jahve was undoubtedly a volcano-god. There was no reason for the inhabitants of Egypt to worship him.
Freud expressed amazement that so much detail on the reprehensible nature of this god [Yahweh] should have been preserved. Perhaps he would have agreed with us that it was included and preserved, even after centuries of editing, because it served to obscure the god being worshipped by the Egyptian-born exiles, the entourage of Akhenaton - the real "Moses."
Jahve [Yahweh] was certainly a volcano-god. As we know, however, Egypt has no volcanoes and the mountains of the Sinai Peninsula have never been volcanic; on the other hand volcanoes which may have been active up to a late period are found along the western border of Arabia...The god Jahve...was probably in no way a remarkable being. A rude, narrow-minded local god, violent and blood-thirsty, he had promised his adherents to give them "a land flowing with milk and honey" and he encouraged them to rid the country of its present inhabitants "with the edge of a sword".