The re-birth of a false Babylonian god

Ah Yes, the thoughts of Christmas is in the air, in which people all over the world will be celebrating on December the 25th. Christmas is a great time for many people. Children and adults alike get all excited during the coming weeks that lead up to this day. People will be busy getting up their Christmas trees, decorating their houses with bright lights and displays, going shopping for the gifts they want to give. Preparing that special banquet of delicious food for the family and friends that will gather around the Christmas dinner table. Yes; Christmas with its Christmas trees, mistletoe, wreathes, and high mass, etc, is a fun and joyful time of the year. But have you ever wondered where this Christian pagan god they call Je-Zeus Christ had actually come from? You know the one, that god-man that Christians have managed to spread their apostate, perverted pagan religion throughout the entire world in which people worship and celebrate his birth on Christmas day. That god-man who was born in a manger, among shepherds on December 25th. Where three Magi's had traveled from the East, to come to the manger so that they may worship and bring gifts to this baby god. By now, Christian priests and pastors have been telling the Christmas birth story in their churches and Bible studies which is written in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It will be re-told during the whole month of December. For those of us who are not Christians, the custom of giving gifts during this holiday season came from this Christian tradition. Yes; Christmas with its Christmas trees, mistletoe, wreathes, and high mass, etc, all came from the pagan religion of Christianity. Pagan religion of Christianity, you say? Well yes; The true origin of the Christian god, Je-Zeus Christ goes a little deeper than what is commonly known. The god that Christians celebrate on Christmas day was actually based upon ancient pagan religious traditions. You already know Christmas trees and Easter eggs were originally Pagan, and you probably know the seasonal timing of these two holidays as being Pagan too. Ancient pagan cultures around the Mediterranean had shared these standard ideas about their pagan Gods and their powers and place in the universe. Christianity had simply adopted those pagan ideas and applied them to their pagan god, Je-Zeus Christ which is what Christmas represents to Christiasns. Ancient people knew many such god-men who did all kinds of miracles. The first pagan Christians believed that their phony, pagan god, Je-Zeus Christ was a god-man, so they told stories about him doing miracles, the same miracles as the other pagan god-men had done in ancient times. Christianity simply adopted those pagan ideas, such as Satan and his demons, the firery hell, human and animal sacrifice, eating the flesh and drinking the blood of their pagan God, healing miracle, a god being born of a mortal woman, all belonged to earlier, older Pagan faiths such as Mithras, Dionysus, Attis, Osiris, and Orpheus. The core of Christianity, the worship of a miracle worker, walking on water, raising the dead, was also the core of other ancient pagan religions that had begun thousands of years before the Christian pagan God, Je-Zeus Christ came to be the Christian religion. These were simply part of the pagan beliefs of ancient Mediterranean culture which are common elements of the Christian Pagan religion we have today. I am quite aware that Christians will deny this and claim that they worship the true god of their Christian Bible. A Bible which had corrupted many of the text found in the Hebrew Old Testament and those New Testament writings which were originally speaking about Yeshua, the Anointed, and they had changed his name and many of his meanings to conform to the Christian pagan god theology of Je-Zeus Christ, with other pagan myths added into it. Christians will claim that the birth of their man-god is based upon a true event. Well, let us see exactly how true this birth story of this Christian god-man, this Je-Zeus Christ really is. Of course there are two conflicting stories of the same event in that birth story that is found in the New Testament, but the one that Christians focus upon and follow, is the one that was borrowed from the Persian (Iran) Avesta religious text of Zoroastrianism, who's founder was Zoroaster (390 BCE). Within this religion, you will find a god that is known as Ahura-Mazda, who would later become better known as Mithra, he is a sun god. Incidentally; Zoroaster was also the person who had (invented) come up with the bright idea of the Satan myth, with all of its demons and hell fire that many of these Babylonian pagan religions and Christians firmly believe in. So who was this sun god Mithra? Mithra appears as the chief Yazata and the ruler of the world. He became known as a sun god after the conquest of Assyria by the Medes in 7 BCE, and of Babylonia in 6 BCE. Mithra became known as the bright and unconquerable light or the unquenchable light. This sun god Mithra is said to have been born in a manger among shepherds on December 25th, which was during the time of the winter solstice. What a strange coincidence, this is exactly how Christians speak about the birth of their Christian pagan god, Je-Zeus Christ. It was believed that Mithra was re-born during that time. It was believed to be the rebirth of the sun. By the way; Mithra was also associated with a divine bull, from whose dying body sprang all plants and animals beneficial to man. Therefore; The believers of Mithra would eat the flesh and drink the blood of a bull as part of their ritual of feasting. The followers of Mithra, also believed that by eating the bull's flesh and drinking its blood, they would be born again, just as life itself had once been created anew from the bull's blood, according to the myth. It was believed that the partaking of this sacrament, it would ensure eternal life to the worshippers. It was believed that upon the death of a worshipper of Mithra, they would be taken up into his bosom. Mithras temple priests were known as Magi's, and their day of worship was on Sunday. Notice how the vast majority of Christians worship their god, Je-Zeus Christ, on Sunday? By the way; It was these same temple priests, these Magi's, that was written about in the New Testament which had visited this fictitious Christian god. In some newer versions of the New Testament, these Magi's are no longer mentioned in that birth story. I believe that the Magi's were replaced with kings or wise men, once it was found out just who these Magi's actually were. By the way, This god Mithra was also known to the Greeks as Helios, who was their form of sun god. To other Greeks, Apollo (Phoebus - The Bright One) was their sun god. Apollo was the son of Zeus. Zeus was the main, chief god of the Greeks and of the Romans. These lesser gods, Helios and Apollo, became the Greek version of the god Mithra who had been originally part of the religious myth of Ahura-Mazda. All of these gods would later become part of the Roman pantheon of gods in 68 BCE. Yes, the festival and story of Christmas, as we have just seen, had come from the Babylonian religion of the Greeks and Romans which in turn had originated from the Persian religion of Zoroastrianism.

To think that Christians had all along been duped into believing and placing their faith in and praying to a false Babylonian god. How sad.

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