Holy War

It was the 1st of November 2015 and I was on my way to help a friend report a theft to the police. My mind should have been focused on worldly matters, but as I was sitting in the car, I saw a huge blanket, like an enourmous cape, being sweapt over the land. Which land you may ask, and the answer is Turkey. It was the day of the much disputed national (re)elections.

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As the sweeping cape waved in the wind, I kept saying “Elohim, Elohim Elohim” over and over again. It was as if the word urged to come out of me, and I felt God’s presence so strongly while sayng it. I had no clue of what was going on, but it was so beautiful it almost made me cry..

It was like a new stage for Turkey (and possbly the world) was being released, and a confirmation that God is still with us. It was like an initiation to intensify the battle and increase the contrasts between good and evil. The blanket of ignorance was removed and the people were called to wake up. Though times would come, but God would bless and protect His own people.

It was as if the cape was glowing with fire and ignited a battle cry to stir up the people for war. Not war between men, but a war against satan and evil spirits to save the souls of men. The true intent of holy war.

Then it all changed and turned into something like a tyfon that gathered up all. It almost looked like a carousel, with wheels within wheels, turning around like in cycles. On each position on the edges of the wheels, there were specific elements, like content or purpose for each segments. Like a clock has numbers, so too did these wheels have sequences of elements in order. It was very strange, but wonderful. Almost like a demonstration of God’s power and glory. Never mind the police report, I was in awe.

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I knew the destiny of Turkey was being set by the people’s votes and intentions. God’s perfect respons to their choices were set in motion. I knew that many would vote for a strong leader, even if they knew he was a thief and a liar. ..and so the consequences that follow must come, but they come with perfection and awe. Others would vote for a man of God, for goodness of heart, and I saw how all who had taken a stand for the light was sucked up in the “carousel”, as if their souls were embraced and emerged by the light.

Then i saw an army, an army of spiritual warriors with spears, ready for battle. The spears made me think of old fashion african or indian tribes, but I guess if anything it was a heavenly “tribe”, possibly angels. They were preparing for war, holy war, and I heard their repeated battle cry “Alaha, Alaha, Alaha”. It was holy war the way God intended it, war against evil spirits to save souls of men. It was miles away from the twisted views of radical islam.

The scene surprised me, I was not expecting any of this. The funny thing is that when I get words I am not familiar with, most often I know exactly how they are spelled. I knew very well that it was not “Allah”, “Alla” or “Allaha” but “Alaha”. I also knew that this was not a reference to the God of Islam, but rather to the God of the Hebrews, the root of both Christianity, Islam and Judaism and more.

I checked the word to see it’s meanng etc and found a Wikipedia page about the word “Allah”. It was not a page describing the God of Islam, but the word “Allah”. What I found was most fascinating. Here’s what it said:

The term Allāh is derived from a contraction of the Arabic definite article al- “the” and ilāh “deity, god” to al-lāh meaning “the deity”, or “the God”. Cognates of the name “Allāh” exist in other Semitic languages, including Hebrew and Aramaic. The correspondfing Aramaic form is Elah (אלה), but its emphatic state is Elaha (אלהא). It is written as ܐܠܗܐ (ʼĔlāhā) in Biblical Aramaic and ܐܲܠܵܗܵܐ (ʼAlâhâ) in Syriac as used by the Assyrian Church, both meaning simply “God”. Biblical Hebrew mostly uses the plural (but functional singular) form Elohim (אלהים), but more rarely it also uses the singular form Eloah (אלוהּ). In the Sikh scripture of Guru Granth Sahib, the term Allah (Punjabi: ਅਲਹੁ) is used 37 times.

The Aramaic word for “God” in the language of Assyrian Christians is ʼĔlāhā, or Alaha. Arabic-speakers of all Abrahamic faiths, including Christians and Jews, use the word “Allah” to mean “God”. The Christian Arabs of today have no other word for “God” than “Allah”. Even the Arabic-descended Maltese language of Malta, whose population is almost entirely Roman Catholic, uses Alla for “God”. Arab Christians, for example, use the terms Allāh al-ab (الله الأب) for God the Father, Allāh al-ibn (الله الابن) for God the Son, and Allāh al-rūḥ al-quds (الله الروح القدس) for God the Holy Spirit.

I was astonished to find out that the Hebrew word “Elohim” is the same as the Arabic word “Allah” and the Aramaic word “Alaha”. It simply means God, and I received both terms in one vision. The article also stated that these words, including “Allah”, have been used by Arabs and others long before Islam was founded.

To me it seems like we have to go back to the origin, the roots, to find truth. The clue is found before both Islam, modern Christianity and today’s Judaism was created. Linguistic evidence indicates that we need to go back to the old biblical Hebrew scriptures to find the true, original source for both Allah, Holy War and all there is. Based on these scriptures we may find that “Allah” is actually a more legitimate word for our Creator than “God”, but we will also find that the Bible is the most legitimate book to study His truth (although it may have been widely misinterpreted).

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