Extract No.2: Horus the Son of God

******** wrote:

“In the Harvard Theological Review, Bruce M. Metzger pointed out in 1955: ‘Some of the supposed parallels are the result of the modern scholar’s amalgamation of quite heterogeneous elements drawn from various sources. As Schweitzer pointed out, “Almost all the popular writings fall into this kind of inaccuracy. They manufacture out of the various fragments of information a kind of universal Mystery-religion which never actually existed, least of all in Paul’s day.”‘

There is no proof of Pauls existence. He was a set up character penned from the works of Jospehus who mentions a Saul of Tarsus who persecuted a few cult followers. There is no reason to believe that this St. Paul was a real person and neither that he used to be called Saul [of Tarsus] We have grounds for good reason to believe that the Church propagandist of the 5th [or was it the 4th?]┬ácentury Eusebius “making use of the works of Josephus” and editing certain historical texts such as this one. There is no reason and no evidence to show that the Saul mentioned in the works of Josephus is the Christian churches very own St. Paul and there is no evidence for the existence of Paul either!

Even considering for a very brief moment that he [Paul] did exist in the first century persecuting some Jesus followers it simply does not explain away the theory that there was no universal mystery religion around at is time is false. Isis was always a virgin and Horus who was a falcon was always known as the good shepherd born of a virgin birth [The nativity of Horus is just like that of the nativity of Christ] and was always known as the son of Ra-Osiris [son of God].

The egyptian cult of Horus is older than Christianity. The idea of a son of God, born a virgin birth, heralded by angels, born in a cave or stable, surrounded by cattle, three wise Zoroastrian star-gazers following a star [with the exception of the Horus nativity which had three astral-deities who were named by stars and who no doubt did follow a star to the birth place of Horus] was an idea conceived well before Christianity. And once again biblical scholars point out to us that the idea of a son of God appears in Daniel and even alluded to in Enoch: this is not true! The words of Daniel are “Son of Man” not “Son of God”.

I`m sure you know there are a million and one books about the things I am writting here and I have read a lot of them. There can be no doubt that the cult of Horus is a strong contender for the position that takes Christianity to be a religion of theft; a synchretic religion. And because Christianity has many disguises taken from other cults it can use those Mysteries whatever they may be and incorporate them into its own intestines and even call them its own original idea as in the case of many Christians who still believe that Christmas is about Jesus and not about pagan festivals and the Vernol Equinox.

Published in: on January 23, 2007 at 3:38 pm  Comments (1)  

Extract No.1: single Christian oriented men

Faith and sexuality are curious combinations indeed. You hope by the grace and love of your Jewish God that he affirms your sexuality. If he doesn`t affirm it you hope or have faith that you will be forgiven for all the acts of buggery, debauchery and defilment you have perpetrated against his holy divine plans. You hope further still that the feelings of love you have made subjective will be reconciled and that you have faith that he will “see past” the temptations of the flesh and get to the real important stuff like “love conquers all” and “Its not about sexuality; its about two people coming together…”.

Do you honestly believe your god is full of such compromises when he sets about ordering men to rape women and have innocent babies killed? Where is the compromise when he sets forth the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah? Where is the compromise when Jesus Christ, his only begotten son, as him saying that he comes to fulfill laws like Leviticus and indeed says he is under them?

This is not about Faith as such. It is primarily about “fear” and secondarily about indoctrination and thirdly about pangs of conscience whereby one feels guilt and shame and some recognition that what you are doing concerning your sexual orientation might be such an abomination as to get you thrown into pits of eternal fires. To yield to fear is to live in fear but also to learn to love it. No wonder you say you have faith in this god: because you can`t live without it!

Published in: on January 21, 2007 at 1:09 pm  Leave a Comment