Though it may be Politically Correct in this day and age to be tolerant of other religions, the gods of The Book are not so shy and backwards in passing judgment, hence:
“Now this mystery of the letters is done (this comes after RHK had discussed publishing plans for the book), and I want to go on to the holier place (this would seem to indicate that he now wanted to discuss something more lofty). I am in a secret fourfold word (Do what thou Wilt!), the blasphemy against all gods of men. Curse them! Curse them! Curse them! (He is about to curse all gods of men!) With my Hawk’s head I peck at the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross (eyes equates to Jesus’ viewpoint, i.e.: that he taught self-sacrifice)
To which Nuit adds: “let Asar [Osiris] be with Isa [Jesus] who also are one. But they are not of me. Let Asar [Osiris] be the adorant, Isa [Jesus] the sufferer;”
Ra-Hoor-Khuit returns with: “I flap my wings in the face of Mohammed & blind him (while there are admirable tenets to Islam, it is the outward semblance—the face—that is wrong) With my claws I tear out the flesh of the Indian (Hinduism) and the Buddhist (RHK contemptuously brushes this aside too), Mongol (Confucianism) and Din. Bahlasti! Ompehda! (These two “barbarous words of power” can be used as both curse and exorcism) I spit on your crapulous creeds. Let Mary inviolate be torn upon wheels (being “inviolate” is bad—to be torn upon wheels is a medieval torture) : for her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you (chastity is bad; if you are chaste you are not living life to the fullest in the most well-rounded sense). Also for beauty’s sake and love’s (any false convention of society in regard to beauty and love is to be destroyed).”
"The true god is in all shrines." – The Vision and the Voice
There is a further prophecy that doesn’t seem to fit any where else, so I’ll put it here: “Hail! ye twin warriors about the pillars of the world! for your time is nigh at hand.” To me, this describes the two super-powers that had/have ruled the world for much of the 20th Century. We have already witnessed the fall of the Soviet Union. Given the political state of things today, I think it’s best not to discuss the further implication of this remark.
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