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Now you can get the likeness of Ba’al, the original Mighty Storm God and eternal enemy of Yahweh, on mugs and t-shirts at the MOSUHS Store

Now you can get the likeness of Ba’al, the original Mighty Storm God and eternal enemy of Yahweh, on mugs and t-shirts at the MOSUHS Store

After El granted Abraham a personal relationship with him, Abraham’s sons began to ignore the rest of the gods. Eventually, the Hebrews forgot their other gods completely and only worshipped El and Yahweh (their national god). The other gods were offended at this—they grew angry with the Hebrews. They thereupon revolted against El, who held the Hebrews as his favorite folk; they overpowered him, they bound him. And he had to let them create a famine in Canaan-land, driving the Hebrews into Egypt, where they had to suffer 400 years of bondage.

Yahweh tolerated this at first out of fear and respect for the other gods, for they were many and he was but one. But when the Hebrews were enslaved, they were no longer able to perform the correct sacrifices. The mighty champion of the gods grew hungry after some time, and therefore made a pact with his father El: in exchange for releasing him from his bonds, El gave Yahweh Kingship and the Kingly Thunderbolts.

Just before the Moses story begins, Yahweh and El have finally crushed the rebel gods, and Yahweh is crowned King of Heaven. He decides to make his first act the freeing of his people from their bitter bondage in Egypt-land, so he creates Moses and sets him on the path to becoming a great hero.

The mighty hero Mosuhs had tried to persuade Pharaoh Ramesses to let his people go by inflicting 10 plagues upon the Egyptian people, but they only made Ramesses ever more wrathful. After Mosuhs’ final curse—the death of all Egyptian firstborns—the hero of the Jews went to Pharaoh’s palace, expecting to negotiate Egypt’s surrender. But as soon as they met, Ramesses cried out, “O great Horus, mighty god, your country has been besieged by these lowly slaves! All my ministers have abandoned me, and the people all want me to give in. But let me destroy this rebellion once and for all! Give me the power, o god, and I will restore your kingdom!” As soon as he had said these words, the god heard him, and granted his wish. Horus made him taller and broader; he changed his head into that of a ferocious jackal, and he put the look of death into Pharaoh’s eyes. In this battle of gods, let us pray that Yahweh is the mightier!

The mighty hero Mosuhs had tried to persuade Pharaoh Ramesses to let his people go by inflicting 10 plagues upon the Egyptian people, but they only made Ramesses ever more wrathful. After Mosuhs’ final curse—the death of all Egyptian firstborns—the hero of the Jews went to Pharaoh’s palace, expecting to negotiate Egypt’s surrender. But as soon as they met, Ramesses cried out, “O great Horus, mighty god, your country has been besieged by these lowly slaves! All my ministers have abandoned me, and the people all want me to give in. But let me destroy this rebellion once and for all! Give me the power, o god, and I will restore your kingdom!” As soon as he had said these words, the god heard him, and granted his wish. Horus made him taller and broader; he changed his head into that of a ferocious jackal, and he put the look of death into Pharaoh’s eyes. In this battle of gods, let us pray that Yahweh is the mightier!

It was made for a class. It was made for Babylonian Religion. This picture was made for a class. This picture was made for Babylonian Religion.

It was made for a class. It was made for Babylonian Religion. This picture was made for a class. This picture was made for Babylonian Religion.

Sep 9

The Only Wise And Just Centaur
Pascal Matheis

Mosuhs II is now on t-shirts, mugs, and water bottles.

As I mentioned earlier, while Mosuhs: Lord of the Jews covers the traditional biblical stuff, Mosuhs II: The Wrath of the Jews is the story of Mosuhs’ return to his people in response to their prayers for him to stop the greatest threat to Judaism since Pharaoh: Jesuhs. Who will win in this epic battle for the future of the Jewish people: the true servant of the thunder god Yahweh, or the son of some much lamer deity called “God”? Well, let’s just say Mosuhs has a contract for a third movie and we don’t want to incur the wrath of Yahweh by failing to produce it.

As I mentioned earlier, while Mosuhs: Lord of the Jews covers the traditional biblical stuff, Mosuhs II: The Wrath of the Jews is the story of Mosuhs’ return to his people in response to their prayers for him to stop the greatest threat to Judaism since Pharaoh: Jesuhs. Who will win in this epic battle for the future of the Jewish people: the true servant of the thunder god Yahweh, or the son of some much lamer deity called “God”? Well, let’s just say Mosuhs has a contract for a third movie and we don’t want to incur the wrath of Yahweh by failing to produce it.

T-shirts and a mug with Mosuhs on them! Order away!

I colored and comickized my Mosuhs: Lord of the Jews movie poster. I’ll see if I can put it on T-shirts or mugs or something, since Jon seems to think people would want to buy such things.

I colored and comickized my Mosuhs: Lord of the Jews movie poster. I’ll see if I can put it on T-shirts or mugs or something, since Jon seems to think people would want to buy such things.

Feb 3

I already thought of what the sequel to Mosuhs, Lord of the Jews should be. The first movie/comic book, of course, would deal with the traditional story of Mosuhs rescuing his people from the Egyptians and whatnot. In the second, over 1000 years later, the Jews must use time travel to bring back their great champion to fight the latest threat to Judaism: Jeusuhs! I think this will make me millions.