I hope that this is my last article with regards to explaining my stance on Jesus and the Bible. I’ve expressed my views (which are based on extensive research) already, but since some of my readers keep asking me to clarify my stance, I had to write this post.
The Bible is a collection of different myths taken from different pagan religions. Christians would be quick to say in response to this that the Devil anticipated Christianity and thus created all those myths in pagan cultures so that later on he would be able to discredit this new religion.
This argument is so silly that it hardly needs refuting. With such a way of arguing anything can be explained away. I see this kind of excuse as a desperate attempt to protect the cherished belief. Such people hardened their hearts and refuse to look at the truth.
For some people, the belief in their Catholic version of Jesus is more important than the truth. I have no respect for such individuals who would rather stay blind than have their faulty views changed. And those views will have to change if you thoroughly research where the Bible came from.
I believe that at one point in life all pastors have to make a decision. Surely those who dedicated all their lives to Christianity must be the students of their religion. Within a year or two, the inconsistencies of the Bible and the similarities between it and much earlier pagan stories will become so glaring that a decision will have to be made.
They will either have to stick to their religious beliefs and choose to disregard the truth, or they will have to choose the truth and thus expose the lies of Christianity.
However, since most pastors love money, tradition and public approval more than the truth, this latter option isn’t the one closest to their hearts, like this video perfectly illustrates:
Thus, they betray the very figure they claim to be serving – Jesus, who told to seek the truth, and who told not to care about material success.
The Bible is a book made up of many stories. Interestingly, though so much was stolen from paganism in order to create this book, the adherents of biblical faith are so ungrateful as to call those sources from which they got their material “of the Devil”.
The pagan roots of Catholicism are quite obvious, such as Hindu malas that they use (rosaries) and self-punishing to appease the deity (also taken from Hinduism). It’s harder for people to see that Protestantism is as pagan as Catholicism.
Though Protestants reject the apocrypha, their censored holy book is still made up of pagan stories, and the rituals that Protestants kept are all pagan as well. Eating the flesh and blood of a god to be in communion with it is taken from Egyptian religious rituals as well as the mystery schools formed way before the beginning of Christianity.
The reason Jesus is called the lamb of God and sometimes a lion is due to the astrological signs named this way. In fact, the life of Jesus and his twelve disciples (twelve zodiac signs) perfectly corresponds with astrology, and thus it’s worth studying Astro-Theology.
Take any story from the Bible and you can be quite sure that you will find a much earlier pagan myth that it was adapted from. For example, the Revelation story of a woman giving birth in wilderness to a male child is a story taken from the birth of Horus myth. I’ve covered this already in this post.
The biblical couple of Abraham and Sarah is taken from the Hindu myth of Brahma and Saraswati. You can see similarities in their names and both relationships were incestuous (Hindu myths though are entirely symbolical). No wonder Jews call Abraham their father; since Brahma in Hindu myths is the creator of the human race.
The story of the forbidden fruit comes from the Greek myth of Pandora’s box.
Prometheus gave the fire back to humanity which was stolen from it by Zeus. When Zeus found it out, he angrily declared to Prometheus:
“Son of Iapetus, surpassing all in cunning, you are glad that you have outwitted me and stolen fire – a great plague to you yourself and to men that shall be. But I will give men as the price for fire an evil thing in which they may all be glad of heart while they embrace their own destruction.”
(Works and Days by Hesiod, emphasis mine.)
Gods formed Pandora, the first woman, out of clay. Then this woman was presented as a bride to a foolish brother of Prometheus who gave her the gift of a jar with a lid. She opened the lid and released all the plagues of humanity:
For ere this the tribes of men lived on earth remote and free from ills and hard toil and heavy sickness which bring the Fates upon men; for in misery men grow old quickly. But the woman took off the great lid of the jar with her hands and scattered all these and her thought caused sorrow and mischief to men.
(…) countless plagues, wander amongst men; for earth is full of evils and the sea is full. Of themselves diseases come upon men continually by day and by night, bringing mischief to mortals silently (…).
Moses parting the Red Sea is likely to be a remake of an Egyptian myth of a priest parting the waters of the lake to recover lost jewelry. (See the footnote number 133 of Egyptian Cultural Icons in Midrash by Rivka Ulmer).
Take any Bible story and you will probably find its equivalent (with modifications, of course) in Greek, Hindu or Egyptian myths. Take any Christian or Catholic ritual and you will find their source in paganism. Adapted to Christianity, those myths and rituals suddenly become good and spiritual; but the sources that they were borrowed from are deemed satanic.
The identity of Jesus
Some people don’t even believe Jesus existed, but I believe he did. Judging from his vocabulary, he was an initiate into the Egyptian mysteries. That’s what Talmud claims him to be too. As I’ve mentioned in The Kingdom of Heaven is Within Explained article,
(…) he [Jesus] used terms such as him being the cornerstore, building his church on a rock, not casting pearls to the swine; Mary called him Rabboni, which means “master-builder” – all these terms and more come from esoteric teachings.
Since Romans at that time worshiped the sun (Sol Invictus), no wonder they made the Jewish rabbi Yeshua into the son (sun) of God. He is a risen savior, since without the risen sun humanity is definitely dead.
I believe the ruling Romans saw this rising Jewish religious sect as a way to unite people under one rule. This would make Christianity the first, or at least the most successful, attempt at the New World Order rule; thus, it was called the Catholic faith, which means “universal”.
Jesus was a Jewish teacher of righteousness and not the savior of the world. This savior figure is a Roman Catholic creation to unite people under one rule.
One needs to work out their own salvation. Of course, those who look for external saviors will always find them, but this will involve giving up their sovereignty (selling your soul, if you wish) as well as adoration of those “gods” through worship in order to get their protection.
And since the Egyptian Trinity (which Catholics worship under the facade of the Christian trinity) is a very powerful one, people do get protection. But, like the movie Matrix rightly teaches, we need to uncover the immense power that is found within, and to realize that we are powerful enough to protect ourselves against the forces that seem to be much greater than ourselves.
This realization brings massive personal growth; This is very self-empowering and makes you into a much more responsible person. It in no way makes you into God or anything like this (as some Christians would surely accuse me of concluding), but it does make you understand that you are indeed created in the image of God and that the Creator works through you when you let go of false beliefs and limiting fears.
Blavatsky predicted the rise in Christian conversions as a result of dabbling in the occult. People without any knowledge dive into astral realms and communicate with entities they know nothing about. And when those turn out to be malignant, they run to Jesus.
Blavatsky predicted this! She told in Isis Unveiled that unless people take time to study the works of Greek philosophers who were initiates, they will get into trouble in spiritual realms and convert to Christianity for protection.
She told that Greek philosophers in their works described what’s to be expected of those non-physical realms and how to tell between good and bad entities. Without prior preparation, dabbling in such matters will surely result in a disaster.
Most people are unwilling to bury themselves in weighty obscure occult books to prepare themselves for the exploration of spiritual realms because it takes time. It’s much easier to believe in the New Age half-truth that everything comes from within.
Can you learn advanced English from within?
You may be able to access the Book of Life (akashic records) some day, but in order to do that you need to first get external information about the steps involved. People who buy into this particular lie of the New Age are driven by their feelings and emotions and judge everything by this unreliable method (if it feels good, it’s good).
So due to the inherent laziness and the belief in the half-truths of New Age, I also predict that humanity will keep getting in trouble in spiritual realms and then will run to external saviors. Those entities are real forces – it’s not an imaginary experience.
Thus, due to the objective nature of such encounters, most people will never analyze their experiences further (like inquiring into the nature of those savior entities or whether we need them at all) and thus will be stuck in Christianity.
I see no other way to safely explore spiritual realms than through firstly thoroughly preparing for such explorations by reading volumes of occult literature. Again, by “occult” I don’t mean anything evil. “Occult” simply means hidden laws and forces of nature.
Despite of what Christians think, studying the laws of nature won’t get you into hell. In fact, I consider studying such subjects as a way of showing respect to the Most High who created those forces of nature in the first place.
I don’t believe the Bible to be the word of God because I thoroughly researched its content and origins (even taking the pains to study Hebrew) and can confidently conclude that it’s a book composed of various stories taken from pagan sources.
As for Jesus, I believe he truly existed and that he was an initiate who learnt his magic in Egypt. Romans made him into the son of God because they were the devotees of the sun. Roman rulers saw this rising movement as a perfect way to introduce the One World Religion, and thus the Catholic Church (Catholic means “universal”) was born to unify people under one religion and one rule.