The Torah strictly forbids the consumption of horses and donkey meat; this even precedes the ban on pork. Several ancient authors describe the religious significance of horses and donkeys in Judaism.
Democritus (472 BC – 363 BC) said that a golden ass’ head was worshipped at the Jerusalem temple. Mnaseas of Patara, Alexandria is said to have made the same report late in the 3rd BC century.
According to Posidonius of Apamea (135 BC -51 BC), the Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes is said to have found a picture in the temple of Jerusalem, showing a man with a book riding the donkey; this occurred in 167 BC.
According to Josephus, the same report was made by Apion (~20 BC – ~ AD 48). Josephus also claimed that Apollonius Molon (who taught rhetoric to Cicero and Caesar) and Diodorus Siculus knew of the report that ass’ head was worshipped in the temple.
And Tacitus alleged the Jewish persons prayed to the donkey. In the third century AD, an unknown person carved a stone image of a man with a horse’s head posing as if he were being crucified.
This creature was being worshipped by a Christian soldier, Inscription: “Alexamenos worships God. The Christians were said to worship an ass’ head.
In Israel breeding horses was a privilege reserved for the priests. Even Israel’s chosen king was permitted to breed horses for himself: “But he shall not multiply horses to himself, or cause the people to return to Egypt, to the end that he should multiply horses.”
The biblical King David won some of his victories with a biological weapon that worked on horses: “And David took from him a thousand chariots and seven hundred horsemen, and twenty thousand footmen: and David houghed all the chariot horses but reserved of them for a hundred chariots.”
Israel’s King Joshua killed every last one of his enemies at the conquest of Palestine, despite their superior numbers. He subsequently lamed their horses and burned their chariots.
David’s son, Solomon, expanded the arsenal. King Solomon went against the priests’ instructions by bringing large numbers of horses into the city of Jerusalem. His people must have had ways of isolating the pathogens EIAV.
Kue is located in Asia Minor, as was the city of Troy. After a ten-year siege, Troy was conquered by soldiers transported inside a wooden horse. The story in the Iliad reflects the ten-year incubation period for HIV. HIV is a derivative of EIAV, the equine anemia virus. Written in the book, “Aids, Origin, Spread, And Healing,” by our co-writer Dr. Wolff Geisler.
And Solomon gathered together chariots and horsemen: and had a thousand and four chariots, and horsemen, whom he bestowed in the cities for chariots, and with the king of Jerusalem.
And Solomon had horses brought out of Egypt and out of Kue, and the kings’ traders received them from Kue at a price. And a chariot came up and went out of Egypt for six hundred shekels of silver, and a horse for a hundred and fifty.
And so for all the kings of the Hittites and for the kings of Syria did they bring them out by their means. In other words, horses from Egypt and Kue were sent to Israel, from where they were transported to the territories of the Hittite and Syrian enemy.
“And Solomon had forty thousand stalls of horses for his chariots and twelve thousand horsemen and those officers provided victual for King Solomon, every man in his month. Barley also and straw for the horses and dromedaries brought they unto the place where the officers were, every man according to his charge.”
Solomon’s 40,000 horses were intended to weaken the people in the surrounding regions, nations, and make them easier to defeat in the medium term: all the store cities that Solomon had, all the chariot cities, and all the cities of the horsemen in Jerusalem and in Lebanon, and throughout all the land of his dominion.”
King Solomon might have had access to mind-altering substances, as he coerced 150,000 Non-Jewish persons into building the temple.
As for all the people that were left of the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hittites and the Jebusites, which were not of Israel, but their children, who were left after them in the land, who were not eradicated by the children of Israel, them did Solomon make to do forced labor until this day.
But of the children of Israel did Solomon make no servants for his work, but they were men of war, and chief of his captains, and captains of his chariots and horsemen.
Culled from the book ‘The Jubilee Murders, Originators and Methods of Mass Murders,’ by our co-medical writer on this health blog, Dr. Wolff Geisler.