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Christmas, Jesus, December 25, and making merry

Christmas is considered a time of families being together, sharing drink, food, dance, and various pleasures--but this has never been the rule for all nor the fortune for everyone, as religions have held it captive, deprived it of its temporal joys, and denied the reality of peace and harmony.Read More
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Is the Rapture coming?

Harold Camping predicted the world would come to an end on May 21, 2011, and that the believers in Jesus would experience a rapture and rise into heaven. It did not happen, nor has it happened at any time in the past when it was predicted by prophets, priests, and pastors. When will the rapture come?Read More
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Chrestianos, Christianos, Jesus, Paul, Pharisees and Myths

Who were the Christians? There were two groups, one who saw Jesus as a warrior, the other who believed Jesus to be a man of peace. But was there ever a Jesus? Were the Christians really persecuted? Can the "source material" be believed?Read More
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Invention of the Bible and Christianity

Christians delight in quoting from the Bible, which they claim goes back to the first century. Documents show that the Bible is not that old, but first issued in 322 CE and that revisions followed until it was declared closed by the Council of Trent in the sixteenth century. Numerous errors were put into the original gospel (John) with the additions of other gospels and letters, separating ancient christianos and chrestianos, and leading to a mythology of martyrdom and crosses.Read More
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Noah, the Ark and the Flood

A worldwide myth of their being a great ship that carried no less than a pair of all nonaquatic animals still is believed to be authentic by religious fundamentalists. Was there a Noah, an Ark, a Flood--or what does the story really say?Read More
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USA the most racist nation on the Water Planet (Earth)

Racism has been a part of recorded history since its beginning of more than 15000 years. Much of it has come out of a myth that is popular among Jews and Christians: Genesis 9:20-27 which is plagiarized from a far older Egyptian text based on the theology centered around the God Osiris, coupled with ancient Greek tales.Read More
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The Ancient Story of the Birth of A Saviour

Nearly 16000 years ago, there was fashioned a fascinating portrayal of a young woman, some who now call her the Maiden Queen, Mut-em-ua, the future mother of Amenhept III, and who was believed to be the incarnate of Isis—the sister/wife of Osiris. Both Mut-em-ua and Isis were specially impregnated: Mut-em-ua by angels, who were gods, and Isis who would fertilize herself with the seed of her slaughtered brother/husband Osiris, so that each would give birth to the baby Horus or Amenhept. 

Goddess Isis who self-impregnated to become Mother of God

This scene we find upon the innermost walls of the most sacred chamber in the Temple of Luxor, built by Amenhept III, Pharaoh (a word that translates and means “Sons of God”) of the 17th dynasty...

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Resurrection, Immortality, Trinity

While evangelical Christians claim that the Trinity is distinctly Christian and based on the bible, there is no passage in either Old or New Testament to support the claim. This essay looks at the development of the concept of a Trinity, immortality, and resurrection.Read More