posted on Oct, 30 2007 @ 10:01 AM
If the following that was said about 5 or 10 minutes into the (Internet) film ZEITGEIST is true, it's at least effectively THE smoking gun of the
utter fabrication of the bases of the Christian religion. Is anyone familiar with the story of Horus?
Horus was born on 12/25 to the "Virgin Isis-Mary." There was a prominent star (or perhaps "star") in the east in tandem with a visit from 3
kings. He was baptized and known for miracles; healing the sick. He had words to the (exact?) effect of "I am the Way, the Truth and the Light."
He called himself the Good Shepherd. He had 12 disciples. He was buried for 3 days; then resurrected.
Many or most of those characteristics applied to earlier alleged deities like Mithra and a long list of others including Prometheus.
Realizing that that which sounds too good to be true has at least a good chance being exactly so, I gladly invite all qualified fact-checkers/experts
to go to town. Let's get to the bottom of it all like rational adults! If someone can make me regret not placing a question mark in the title of
this thread, more power to them.
This is inspired by the thread "END The Alex Jones GAME." The OP has a valid point in Jones' inability to address the religious bases of
(conspiratorial) political/money control. The difference in my take on the global mess we're in is that I see it, at least primarily, as a
pan-monotheistic/Abrahamic problem instead of only the Vatican or whatever else of Christianity running everything. Jones clearly has a Christian
bias. If he's innocently just clinging to the doctrine/dogma in his denial, that's fine, but let's hope he's not a toadie for anyone else...
We're definitely getting closer to the truth. That's probably why everyone is freaking out; in various or many ways.