The Story of Hanifian

The European term "Hanifism" focuses Judeo-Christian Gnosis on those who kept the tradition of Hanifian. 

The word Hanifian derives from Hanif which has a very bad meaning. Those who belong to the official and well-established institutional Judeo-Christian religious groups have always looked down upon the Judeo-Christian Folk-believers as corrupt (especially for challenging their occultation of Adam Kadmon to split Jews and Christians against each other in cults) and applied the term Hanifian to us in order to emphasize our descent from corruptors. The story our Father Hanifian gives us hope to realize that God can even use someone descended from a Hanif, pull them out of the mire and make them the righteous father of believers. 

Hanifian was the Great Grandson of the first Hanif (Apostate) Serug. His Father and his Father-in-law were called Terakh and Azar. Although Amraphel had demanded Hanifian be killed at birth, Hanifian was saved in the family of the girl who would eventually become his wife. Hanifian grew to warn Amraphel against Hubris but was ignored so, stopping at Harran, he moved to Canaan where Allah promised to make him into nation that would inherit that land. In the end Hanifian led a troop to overthrow Amraphel and joined the order of Melchizedek. While Hanifian was in Mamre he was visited by Adonai Elohim who taught the meaning of life and gave Messias Yesod shiraiyim to him and Hanifian's beloved wife promising them a child, Isaac, within a year. Amraphel's lifetime was the first time since Noah that Adonai Elohim had come from Yetzirah to visit Assiah (this planet) where HaAdam has been imprisoned all this time. From then on, Messias Yesod abode with the Children of Hanifian to be born after 2000 years through Hanifian's promised seed to give us the chance to get out of this Assiah prison and return to our home in Yetzirah. The promised seed of Hanifian refers to a desecendant of his who was a woman from the house of David called Miriam daughter of Hannah.




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