Elagabalite Noahism was established by [[Idumeans]] (also known as "[[Red Jews]]") to reform the Quraysh [[Supersessionism]] of Ishmaelite deviants back into Hagarim. The word Elagabal means "Mountain God" referring to Moses' Mountain of God.  The Elagabalite pagansArabs were originally Ishmaelite Hagarim. Quraysh leaders would be circumcised and abstain from swineflesh in imitation of the Abrahamic Priesthood and carried a Black Meteorite called the House of God in imitation of the Ark of the Covenant. One of their families produced the Severian emperors of Rome at one point giving rise to the idea that Rome represents Edom.  The [[Hyrcanians]] and [[Karaites]] set out to unite all of the different groups of the Middle East as [[Hagarim]]. The Karaites focussed on [[Elagabalites]] in Syria while the Hyrcanians focussed on [[Mithraists]] in Persia. The Hyrcanians and Hagarim from Mithraism produced the Quran, the first coins and fought against the Karaites and Hagarim from Elagabalism conquering the Karaites but were unable to conquer Hagarim from Elagabalism who eventually came to rule. The Idumeans had aimed to convert the Elagabalites to the idea that [[Rebbe Yehoshuah Minzaret]] instead was actually an angel called Bethel as the House of G-d. This was done to encourage the Elagabalites away from venerating a black Meteorite as the House of God instead. Meanwhile a group of Karaite-Ahbarites tried to encourage them to build a shrine in the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Sadly the Elagabalites decided to stick with the devil they knew, the black stone. The Karaite-Elagbalite theory suggests that Islam began as an alliance between the Karaites and Elagbalites to fight against [[Marcionism]].  According to the Karaite-Elagbalite theory the Quranic Isa is Distracter [[Plony Yeshu HaNotzri Ben Stada]], not Jesus but the completely human son of his brother Joses Pantera and Miriam Magdalene who had a brother called Aaron.
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