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Where El & Eloh Are Not the Same

Religion has been confused since Babylon, as the Bible was about the Creator Divine Being, with the God Most High above him.
The Bible has been badly translated since Babylon, as the religious leaders confused the difference between El & Eloh; where El applies to primordial deities, and Eloh refers to a Divine Being - that is physically manifest in some way i.e an Avatar.

When we pluralize El (H410) it becomes Elim, and when we pluralize Eloh (H433) it becomes Elohim (H430).

Within many of the world's religions there is the Source of reality (God), where everything comes from, and then in multiple religions globally, there are a Divine Council of 24 Divine Beings, that have interacted with our reality.

The final Avatar/Divine Being is the 25th of the Divine Council, and is the spirit of the Creator (YHVH), which has interacted with reality as the Arm of God.

The Quran says, 'Never has the God Most High (Allah) interacted with reality directly, it has always been by Messengers' (42:51).

It was prophesied that they'd muddle up the theology in Deuteronomy 32:7-18, and the language in Isaiah 46:9, where 'El is not like the Elohim'; yet because they'd adopted ideas from other cultures, they didn't realize they've confused theology globally.

Ever since Babylon to avoid the polytheistic Canaanite belief system, the religious leaders made El & Eloh both mean God, the problem with this, is it has lead to theological miscomprehensions.

What is being taught Biblically is a form of henotheism, where they've made the Creator (YHVH) into God almighty (El Shaddai).

When we look at the Psalms we find that they include both YHVH Eloh & El Elyon, thus showing in ancient times, that they understood this clear distinction.

2 Samuel 22:14 & Psalms 18:13, Psalms 21:7, Psalms 50:14, Psalms 78:35, Psalms 92:1

In Job's writings we have both Eloh, and the Almighty (Shaddai) showing again this basic, that we find in many of the world's religions.

Job 5:17, Job 6:4, Job 11:7, Job 22:26, Job 27:10, Job 31:2, Job 40:2

Within Deuteronomy 32:7-22 there is a dire warning, that judgement will come on mankind as they've rejected the former theology.

This verse in Deuteronomy 32:7-9 has multiple versions of it, and some include the Sons of God, Angels of God, Elohim, Sons of Israel, etc. This basically implies when El separated the nations among the Elohim, he gave the nation of Israel to YHVH Eloh.

Deuteronomy 32:7-9 Remember the days of old. Consider the years of many generations. Ask your father, and he will show you; your elders, and they will tell you. (8) When the Most High gave to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the Children of God, he set the bounds of the peoples according to the number of the children of Israel. (9) For Jehovah’s portion is his people. Jacob is the lot of his inheritance.

Because Babylon had a similar polytheistic theology, and not monotheistic - that El was the father of the demigods, afterwards they decided that theology couldn't be correct, and so tried to simplify the Biblical theology into a form of henotheism.

The next part of Deuteronomy 32 continues how they'd muddle up the theology, forgetting their Divine Being (Eloh), and replacing it with new ideas; where due to this theological miscomprehension, they'd also overwrite the God Most High - which is the Source of reality.

Deuteronomy 32:15-18 But Jeshurun grew fat, and kicked. You have grown fat. You have grown thick. You have become sleek. Then they abandoned their Divine Being (H433) who made them, and rejected the Rock of their salvation. (H3444) (16) They moved him to jealousy with strange 'ideas'. They provoked him to anger with abominations. (17) They sacrificed to demons, not their Divine Being (H433), to Divine Beings (H430) that they didn’t know, to new 'ideas' that came up recently, which your fathers didn’t dread. (18) Of the Rock who became your father, you are unmindful, and have forgotten God (H410) 'who manifests you'.

In Deuteronomy 32:22 it informs how because of this, God will cleanse reality down to the lowest levels, as they'd rejected the theology they were given.
Yeshua was prophesied to come, and try to 'lead the hearts of the children back to the God Most High' (Malachi 4:4-6), yet they didn't understand the language correction, as this verse implies:

Matthew 27:46-47 And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? That is, My God, My God, why have You forsaken me? (47) Some of those who stood there, when they heard, said, This one calls for Elijah.

The most likely reason they thought he was saying Elijah, was because they would have said "Elohi, Elohi" ('my Divine Being'), and so didn't recognize Yeshua was using the language as it had originally implied.

When we understand the language was confused since Babylon, and Yeshua was trying to explain how he fulfilled prophecy of being a Divine Being (Eloh), they thought he was proclaiming to be God (El); when he was addressing the faulty theological structuring, and trying to lead them back to recognizing God is the Source of reality, not a Divine Being.
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