“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road broad that leads to destruction, and those who enter through it are many. How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few.” — Matthew 7: 13–14
Christians should be cautious when adopting other forms of worship or meditation. We should be aware of the dangers of assuming all religions lead to the same end. It is here we should pay attention to what is written in 2 Corinthians 14, “And no wonder, for even Satan masquerades as an angel of light.”
The gate is surely narrow and there is only one way to find eternal life, through Jesus Christ. Other religious practices may offer some temporary benefits or satisfaction, but they will not ultimately lead to everlasting life.
The Tower of Babel
Many eastern religions can be traced back to Babylon and the Tower of Babel. From ancient Greece to Rome to the ancient Egyptians. The ancient Egyptian religion was a polytheistic religion that lasted for over 3,000 years. The religion was based on the belief in a pantheon of gods and goddesses who were thought to control different aspects of nature and human life. Egyptians would pray and offer sacrifices to these deities in order to gain their favor or to ward off their wrath.
Egyptian God Thoth
Thoth was the Egyptian god of wisdom and knowledge. However, he was the god of false wisdom. He was often depicted as an ibis-headed man or a baboon. Thoth was thought to be the inventor of hieroglyphics and the patron god of scribes. He was also associated with magic and the afterlife. The ibises are a group of long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae. So, Thoth was essentially a false god or bird-headed demon.
Aleister Crowley used Thoth as his personal god. He believed that Thoth had given him the knowledge of magic. Crowley claimed to have received a vision from Thoth, who told him to start a new religion based on the worship of the Egyptian gods. Crowley founded the religion of Thelema, which is still practiced today.
The roots of L. Ron Hubbard’s religion of Scientology can be found in Thelema as well. Thelema is a Greek word meaning “will” or “purpose.” The central tenet of Thelema is that each person has their own true will, which they must discover and follow. Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard once remarked, “Think your own way through things. Accept what is true for you. Discard the rest.”
Thelema is a dangerous religion because it leads people away from the one true God, Jesus Christ. It also encourages people to pursue their own selfish desires, rather than living for the glory of God. Thelema is a false religion that will ultimately lead people to destruction.
Baphomet and Buddha
Baphomet was an important figure in Thelema. Baphomet was a demonic deity and is also an important figure in Freemasonry. Freemasonry is a secret society that has been accused of worshipping Satan. Baphomet is often used as a symbol of Satan in Masonry. Baphomet represents the duality of human nature. He has the head of a goat and the body of a man. The goat head represents the animal nature of man, while the human body represents the rational nature of man. Baphomet is a symbol of the conflict between our animal desires and our rational minds.
Hinduism and the Goddess Kali
Thelema and Hinduism are both false religions that teach people to follow their own desires rather than the will of God. They also both worship false gods and goddesses. While one worships the god Thoth, the other, Hinduism, worships a pantheon of gods and goddesses, such as the Hindu goddess Kali.
Kali, displayed on the Empire State Building in 2015, is a Hindu goddess who is considered to be the master of death, time, and change. She is also said to be the Parvati, the supreme of all powers, or the ultimate reality. Kali’s earliest appearance was when she emerged from Lord Shiva. She is the ultimate manifestation of Shakti and the mother of all living beings. Over time, Kali has been worshipped by devotional movements and tantric sects variously as the Divine Mother, Mother of the Universe, Adi Shakti, or Parvati. Shakta Hindu and Tantric sects additionally worship her as the ultimate reality or Brahman. She is also seen as the divine protector and the one who bestows moksha or liberation.
The word “Hindu” comes from the Sanskrit word for river, Indus. The name may have originally referred to the Indo-Aryan people who settled in the area of the Indus River around 1500 BCE. Over time, the term came to be used to describe all Indian people, regardless of their ethnic or religious background.
Hindu gods possess many similarities to the Ancient Egyptian god, Thoth. The idea that Hinduism likely derived from the Ancient Egyptian god Thoth is a popular one, but it is not supported by hard evidence. There are some similarities between the two religions, such as the use of Sanskrit in Hinduism and Hieroglyphics in Ancient Egypt.
Hermes and Transgender
“God created mankind in his image; in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” — Genesis 1:27
Hermes was the Greek god of commerce, travel, and thievery. He is also known as the messenger god. Hermes was the son of Zeus and Maia. He is often portrayed as a young man with wings on his feet.
Hermes and Thoth are both associated with the Egyptian god Horus. Hermes is often depicted as a messenger of Horus, while Thoth is often seen as the scribe of Horus. They are both associated with magic and wisdom. Hermes is also associated with the Greek god Zeus, while Thoth is associated with the Egyptian god Ra.
The word hermaphrodite comes from the Greek god Hermes and the goddess Aphrodite. Hermes was the god of commerce and travel, while Aphrodite was the goddess of love and beauty. The term “hermaphrodite” originally referred to creatures that were half-male and half-female, but it is now used to describe people who have both male and female genitalia.
Buddhism is a religion and system of beliefs founded by Siddhartha Gautama, more commonly known as the Buddha. It teaches that all life is suffering, that this suffering is caused by our desires and attachments, and that the only way to end this suffering is through enlightenment.
Buddhism is sometimes thought to have originated as a form of Hinduism, but there are many important differences between the two religions. For one, Buddhism rejects the authority of the Vedas, the holy texts of Hinduism. Additionally, Buddhists do not believe in the existence of a soul or self (atman), whereas Hindus do.
Buddhism also has a different goal than Hinduism. While Hindus seek to achieve liberation from the cycle of birth and death (samsara), Buddhists aim to attain nirvana, a state of complete peace and freedom from suffering.
Buddha sat under a tree, now known as the Bodhi tree, to obtain enlightenment. Buddha received wisdom from a snake-like being known as Mucalinda, the name of a naga or snake-like being. Mucalinda protected the Gautama Buddha from the elements after his enlightenment.
Six weeks after Buddha began his meditation under the Bodhi Tree, the heavens darkened for seven days and a tremendous downpour occurred. However, Mucalinda, the king of serpents, emerged from beneath the earth and was shielded with his hood the one who is the source of all protection.
Mucalinda is the multidimensional Serpent who connects and coils and winds and wraps the whole Multiverse, with numerous heads. Eerily similar to the serpent tempting Eve in the Garden of Eden. This and the fact that Buddhists have adopted the dragon as a symbol of enlightenment. Recall that Lucifer (or Satan) was cast out of heaven as a dragon.
Finally, if you still believe all roads lead to heaven, recall that the Buddha himself rejected the idea of a creator god, and Buddhist philosophers have even argued that belief in an eternal god is nothing but a distraction for humans seeking enlightenment.
It is possible that the demons and entities in Buddhism, Hinduism, and ancient Egyptian religions are fallen angels mentioned in the Bible. If true, then eternal life cannot be found in them.
“There is no salvation through anyone else, nor is there any other name under heaven given to the human race by which we are to be saved.” — Acts 4:12