The cult of their god was associated with Mount Sinai—the mountain of the moon.The experts assume that the name derived from Sin, the name of the Babylonian moon-god.Like numerous biblical characters, Abraham is evidently a mythological construct, not a "real person." As superb independent scholar Barbara G.Walker states in The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets (5-6) concerning Abraham: "This name meaning 'Father Brahm' seems to have been a Semitic version of India's patriarchal god Brahma; he was also the Islamic Abrama, founder of Mecca.
While this 1.8 billion figure seems to be high for the present, according to various predictions and stated Islamist goals Islam sweep the world, but, contrary to the best wishes of some of its adherents, this invasion will not be peaceful.Say: 'They are seasons fixed for mankind and for the pilgrimage.'" In "All Semites had once a cult of the moon as supreme power.When Mohammed overthrew the old religion of Arabia, he did not dare get rid of the moon cult in a radical manner.Indeed, to those who enjoy the ultimate freedom of expression, these predictions and predations are chilling, because Islam is a fervid theocracy with little room for individuality, not to mention that it utterly denigrates the female aspect of creation.This repression of the female is sadly ironic when one considers the roots of Islam, but it is not unexpected in a world that, for the past several thousand years, has done everything within its power to subjugate women simply because of physical differences, a male-domination need shared with the apes and other "lesser beasts." While some may claim that this subjugation and enslavement of women is a cultural tradition, rather than a religious one, it matters not, for it comes hand-in-hand with religions which teach that there is some separate outerspace god who is exclusively male.