This is the book review of "THE SYNTHESIS OF CHRISTIANITY"
which was given by Dr. Dorothy B. Thompson (Published in the
August-Sept. 2000 issue of The Freethought Perspective.
"THE SYNTHESIS OF CHRISTIANITY"
(How and Why Ancient Rulers Needed to Create a Universal Religion)
by ROMAN PISO
It has been my recent privilege to receive a manuscript by Roman Piso,
entitled "The Synthesis of Christianity." I have read dozens of books
about the history of Christianity, but this one is by far the most unique.
Perhaps Pisoís quote from Abelard Reuchlin sums up his thesis best:
"It was Flavius Josephus who was the creator of Jesus." Piso spent
many years researching the fraud of Christianity. It seems that many
scholars had previously come to the conclusion that Josephus had indeed
This book, however, presents the authorship of the New Testament as
regards the Roman Piso family, the antiquity of which goes back to
ancient Rome. Members of the royal Piso family were the composers
of the New Testament. The reasons are discussed in the "Piso Theory"
and the "Royal Supremacy Theory."
In a nutshell, the Royals of ancient times invented and promoted
superstitions for the purpose of controlling people. The Royals were
the only ones who were literate, and who had freedoms, including the
freedom of speech. Promoting religion for the purpose of control was
the duty and responsibility of the Royals, who were atheists. They knew
there were no gods, for they had created them. The main control they
sought to preserve was slavery.
Intricate family archives kept track of ever evolving dogmas. Later writers
had access to earlier records for their creations. Through the centuries the
Royals carefully guarded their great hoax and seemed to thoroughly enjoy
the creation of the masterpiece. As Piso describes it, "being an ancient
author was like being in on a long, long standing perpetually running
Piso discusses the "penis worship" which is the truth of the New
Testament, the "number system" used by the Royals, fascinating
members of the Piso family lineage, intricate historical accounts, and
the political reasons behind the Christian Myth. The Royals, of course,
took pseudonyms for the authorship of their creations. Thus the alias
Flavius Josephus. Pisoís evidence is clearly and superbly presented and
I wonder if the Royals had any idea of the fiscous quality of what they
created -- their sick joke. Realizing who was responsible for the creation
of such a monstrous lie certainly wonít endear the Royal Pisos to you,
but youíll love this interesting and important book.
(Highly Recommended. EDíS.)
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