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The Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun,in which they put a man whom they call Christ, in the place of the Sun,and pay him the same adoration which was originally paid to the Sun. The twelve tribes of Is-ra-el(Isis-Ra-El) and the twelve disciples.Well if you have the Bible please FLUSH it in the toilet,is a piece of garbage and stop waisting your time praying for vanity.
obi amaefule,is great if you think iam ignorant and stupid.Than You for that.
I have to sympathize with your level of knowledge.
Here is something for to read to expand your knowledge which is zero at the moment.
In Christianity: An Ancient Egyptian Religion author Ahmed Osman contends that
the roots of Christian belief spring not from Judaea but from Egypt. He compares the
chronology of the Old Testament and its factual content with ancient Egyptian
records to show that the major characters of the Hebrew scriptures—including
Solomon, David, Moses, and Joshua—are based on Egyptian historical figures. He
further suggests that not only were these personalities and the stories associated with
them cultivated on the banks of the Nile, but the major tenets of Christian belief—
the One God, the Trinity, the hierarchy of heaven, life after death, and the virgin
birth—are all Egyptian in origin. He likewise provides a convincing argument that
Jesus himself came out of Egypt.
With the help of modern archaeological findings, Osman shows that Christianity
survived as an Egyptian mystery cult until the fourth century A.D., when the
Romans embarked on a mission of suppression and persecution. In A.D. 391 the
Roman-appointed Bishop Theophilus led a mob into the Serapeum quarter of
Alexandria and burned the Alexandrian library, destroying all records of the true
Egyptian roots of Christianity. The Romans' version of Christianity, manufactured to
maintain political power, claimed that Christianity originated in Judaea. In
Christianity: An Ancient Egyptian Religion Osman restores Egypt to its rightful
place in the history of Christianity.
The Sun of God
Within the Sun Book or Holy Bible was incorporated by such priestcraft the most
consolidated version of the celestial mythos ever assembled, the story of the “son of
God.” First, we have seen that “God” is the sun. Second, in Job 38 the stars are called
“sons of God”; hence, one star would be a “son of God,” as well as the “son of the
Sun.” Thus, the son of God is the sun of God. The solar mythos, in fact, explains why
the narratives of the sons of God previously examined are so similar, with a godman
who is crucified and resurrected, who does miracles and has 12 disciples, etc.: To wit,
these stories were in actuality based on the movements of the sun through the
heavens. In other words, Jesus Christ and the others upon whom he is predicated are
personifications of the sun, and the gospel fable is merely a repeat of a mythological
formula revolving around the movements of the sun through the heavens.
Peter the Rock
The disciple, apostle and saint Peter, “the Rock” to whom so much of the
Christian religion is entrusted, is easily revealed to be a mythological character and
There is evidence that within some of [the secret] groups, long before Christian
times, the “hierophant,” or chief high priest and main spokesman for the son of God
on Earth, was called by the title “PETR,” or “Peter,” meaning “the rock.” To some,
this has seemed too similar to the name Christ is said to have assigned to his
strangely named prime disciple, Peter, also said to mean “the Rock,” to have been a
John the Baptist/Baptizer
We have already seen that John the Baptist or Baptizer is a remake of Horus’s
Baptizer, Anup, both of whom lost their heads, among other similarities. There
are varied astrotheological interpretations of John/Anup the Baptist/Baptizer, as
is to be expected, since the mythos was ever-changing and evolving. As stated earlier,
John the Baptist was the sign of Aquarius, into which the sun moves and is
“baptized” after advancing to the “age” of 30. As Walker relates:
Medieval monks tried to Christianize the zodiac as they Christianized everything else,
by renaming it the Corona seu Circulus Sanctorum Apostolorum: the Crown of the
Circle of the Holy Apostles. They placed John the Baptist at the position of Aquarius,
to finish off the circle.
Adam, Eve and the Garden of Eden
Like other major biblical characters and tales, the fable of Adam, Eve and the
Garden of Eden is based on much older versions found in numerous cultures around
the globe. The Hindu version of the first couple was of Adima and Heva, hundreds if
not thousands of years before the Hebraic version, as has been firmly pointed out by
Hindus to Christian missionaries for centuries. Jackson relates that these myths
“seemed to have originated in Africa, but they were told all over the world in ancient
times. . .” Obviously, then, we will not find any historical Adam and Eve in
Adam is not a historical character, as the word “Adam” simply means “man” and
is not a person’s name. Adam is Atum or Amen in Egypt, the archetypal man and son
of Ptah the Father.cdxcv In the Chaldean scriptures, from which the Israelite writings
were in large part plagiarized, he is called “Adami,” and in the Babylonian he is
Eve is also not a literal figure who either caused the downfall of mankind or gave
birth to it. Rather, Eve is the archetypal female and goddess found around the globe:
The biblical title of Eve, “Mother of All Living,” was a translation of Kali Ma’s title
Jaganmata. She was also known in India as Jiva or Ieva, the Creatress of all
The Manger and Cave, Birthplace of Many Gods
In Christian tradition, Jesus was said to be born variously in a manger, stable
and/or cave, like many other preceding gods. As stated, the divine babe
Adonis/Tammuz was born in the very cave in Bethlehem now considered the
birthplace of Jesus, long before the Christian era. Regarding the Adonis cave,
Christian apologist Weigall admits:
The propriety of this appropriation was increased by the fact that the worship of a
god in a cave was a commonplace in paganism: Apollo, Cybele, Demeter, Herakles,
Hermes, Mithra and Poseidon were all adored in caves; Hermes, the Greek logos
being born of Maia in a cave, and Mithra being rock-born.
The Three Wise Men and the Star in the East
A favorite of children everywhere, the story of the three wise men or magi and
the star in the east attending the birth of Jesus is also found in other mythologies. To
reiterate, the three wise men or kings are the three stars in Orion’s belt “whose rising
announced the coming of Sothis, the Star of Horus/Osiris: that is, Sirius, the
brightest star in the sky, whose coming heralded the annual flood of the Nile.”dxxviii In
addition, it would be very appropriate for the three kings worshipping the babe to be
considered magi, since magi were sun-worshippers. Furthermore, the gifts of the
wise men to the Divine Child are also a standard part of the mythos. As Higgins
remarks, “It is a striking circumstance that the gifts brought by the Magi,
gold, frankincense and myrrh, were what were always offered by the Arabian Magi
to the sun.”
The Wedding Feast at Cana/Turning Water into Wine
In the gospels, Jesus is claimed to have changed water into wine during the
wedding at Cana as proof of his divinity. Once again, this tale is found in other
mythologies and is part of the solar mythos. Long before the Christian era,
Dionysus/Bacchus was said to turn water into wine, as related by A.J. Mattill:
This story is really the Christian counterpart to the pagan legends of Dionysus, the
Greek god of wine, who at his annual festival in his temple of Elis filled three empty
kettles with wine—no water needed! And on the fifth of January wine instead of
water gushed from his temple at Andros. If we believe Jesus’ miracle, why should we
not believe Dionysus’s?
Nevertheless, like Jesus and the twelve, Magdalene is not a historical
character but an element of the typical solar myth/ sacred king drama: the sacred
harlot. As such, she was highly revered, which explains why she is given top honors
in the gospel story. As Walker states:
Thus it seems Mary the Whore was only another form of Mary the Virgin, otherwise
the Triple Goddess Mari-Anna-Ishtar, the Great Whore of Babylon who was
worshipped along with her savior-son in the Jerusalem temple. The Gospel of Mary
said all three Marys of the canonical books were one and the same.
The Five Loaves, Two Fishes and 12 Baskets
In gospel tale, Jesus feeds the 5,000 with five loaves and two fishes. The two
fishes are in reality the zodiacal sign of Pisces. The five loaves have been said to
represent the five smaller planets. These, of course, would be the same five loaves
requested of the priests by David at 1 Samuel 21:3. Later in the gospel myth, the
number of the loaves is seven, representing the seven “planets” used to name the
days of the week. “Jesus,” the sun, “breaks up” the multiplied loaves into the 12
“baskets” or constellations, symbolizing the creation of the countless stars and the
placement of them in the heavens.
Furthermore, as the sun was considered the “fisher,” so was the Greek version of
the Great Mother, Demeter, called “Mistress of Earth and Sea, multiplier of loaves
and fishes.”dxliv Indeed, the loaves and fishes are pre-Christian communion foods
eaten at sacred feasts, often following the resurrection of their god, as an initiation
into an ancient mystical rite.
Heaven and Hell
The concepts of heaven and hell were not introduced by the Judeo-Christian
tradition but existed for millennia in other cultures, such as the Persian and Indian.
The Tibetans depict several levels of heaven and hell, which is a temporary state of
mind, rather than enduring torture. The afterlife was also a common theme in the
Egyptian theology, which tended to be more upbeat and less focused on the torments
of hell. As Massey relates:
The prototypes of hell and purgatory and the earthly paradise are all to be found in
the Egyptian Amenta. . . . The Egyptian hell was not a place of everlasting pain, but of
extinction of those who were wicked irretrievably. It must be admitted, to the honour
and glory of the Christian deity, that a god of eternal torment is an ideal distinctly
Christian, to which the Egyptians never did attain. Theirs was the all-parental god,
Father and Mother in one whose heart was thought to bleed in every wound of
suffering humanity, and whose son was represented in the character of the
The trinity or triune deity is yet another aspect of the ubiquitous mythos, found
in countless other cultures long prior to the Christian era. Obviously, then, the
concept did not originate with Jesus; in fact, it was not adopted into Christianity
until the Council of Nicea in 325. Like so many aspects of Christianity, the trinity was
originally found in the Egyptian religion. As Churchward says:
Such mysteries as the Trinity, the Incarnation, and the Virgin Birth, the
Transfiguration on the Mount, the Passion, Death, Burial, Resurrection and
Ascension, Transubstantiation and Baptismal Regeneration, were all extant in the
mysteries of Amenta with Horus or Iu-em-Hotep as the Egyptian Jesus.
Noah and the Flood
The fable of Noah purports to be the true story of the progenitor of the human
race; however, like so many other biblical characters, Noah is a myth, found earlier
in India, Egypt, Babylon, Sumer and other places. The fact is that there have been
floods and deluge stories in many different parts of the world, including but not
limited to the Middle East. As Churchward says:
There was never any one Great Deluge as in the Biblical rendering. . . . at least ten
Great Deluges have taken place at each glacial epoch, when the snow and ice have
melted. . . . There was also a great inundation once a year—when the Nile came down
in flood. There is a portrayal on the monuments where Num is in his boat or Ark
waiting for this flood.
Abraham and Sarah
Although Abraham is held up as the patriarch of the Hebrews and Arabs, the
original Abraham and Sarah were the same as the Indian god Brahma and goddess
Sarasvati, the “Queen of Heaven,” and the story of Abraham’s migration is reflective
of a Brahmanical tribe leaving India at the end of the Age of Taurus. This
identification of Abraham and Sarah as Indian gods did not escape the notice of the
Jesuit missionaries in India; indeed, it was they who first pointed it out.dclxxvi
Concerning the patriarch and his wife, Walker states:
This name meaning “Father Brahm” seems to have been a Semitic version of India’s
patriarchal god Brahma; he was also the Islamic Abrama, founder of Mecca. But
Islamic legends say Abraham was a late intruder into the shrine of the Kaaba. He
bought it from priestesses of its original Goddess. Sarah, “the Queen,” was one of the
Goddess’s titles, which became a name of Abraham’s biblical “wife.” . . . In the tale of
Isaac’s near-killing, Abraham assumed the role of sacrificial priest in the druidic
style, to wash Jehovah’s sacred trees with the Blood of the Son: an ancient custom, of
which the sacrifice of Jesus was only a late variant.
Moses, the Exodus, the Ten Commandments
The legend of Moses, rather than being that of a historical Hebrew lawgiver, is
found from the Mediterranean to India, with the character having different names
and races, depending on the locale: “Manou” is the Indian legislator. “Nemo the
lawgiver,” who brought down the tablets from the Mountain of God, hails from
Babylon. “Mises” is found in Syria, where he was pulled out of a basket floating in a
river. Mises also had tablets of stone upon which laws were written, and a rod with
which he did miracles, including parting waters and leading his army across the
sea.dclxxxiv In addition, “Manes the lawgiver” took the stage in Egypt, and “Minos” was
the Cretan reformer.
RELIGION IS A HOAX.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
MAN KNOW THYSELF.
Hi Ed.. What you wrote is perfectly correct, but if you remove, Christianity from the people, what will your replace it with?
Hi Ed, I took time to go tru ur discourse. Well, hmmmmmmmmm. It could be outrightly bought by curious minds like mine who is interested in so many things behind religions that seem mysterious.
May I know if u are an athiest? And how soon are u researching Islam?
But please, be cautious and do not be a blasphemer in this your crusade.
Dear Guru Ed :-)
You are using internet to communicate this message, right? If work is slavery.. And people like me who works close to 12 hours every day.. to make sure that you can socialize on the internet..
If we stay at home tomorrow.. there is 99% chance that you may not have the opportunity to write your mail again.
Just 1 more question why do bad things happen to Good people. If you are sick, why go to hospital. ?
Without Education, the chances of you reading and writing is less than 0.0049 percent..
Hence based on the statement above I reject your Null Hypothesis that (Money,Education,Religion and Work is slavery) with a p level of 0.0049.
p.s Nigeria do have people with I.Q of Albert Einstein