reply to post by 12.21.12
This thread has made for an interesting read so far. While I sincerely respect your opinions and views as well-founded and mostly true, I do have some
problems with what you are proposing. I am a Christian, so I'm sure you can figure out what I disagree with. That being said, I do agree with a LOT
of what you have posted. As far as Christians go, I am far more open-minded than most, and I refuse to buy into rules which are dogmatic and not a
part of the Bible.
My biggest problem with your original posts is your take on who Jesus was. You talk about some things I can easily agree with. I agree, there are
serious conspiracies which have been in place for a long time, passed from one generation to the next. Religion has certainly been used to control
people, and it is to this day. But I found your information about Jesus actually being Caesarion to be pure speculation, with no sources to allow for
further research. What is this information based on?
I agree with you when you say that the NWO/globalists/"elites" are orchestrating an evil plot to trick people into trusting them even more. The sick
people who belong to the bloodlines love power, they want to control people. Most people are already being fooled on a daily basis. However, I can't
see how having people believe in the Bible, in what Jesus stood for, can ever help the evil scum who want control. Have you read the Bible? Have you
read the New Testament? The NT of the Bible isn't telling people to follow specific rules, it doesn't tell Christians to obey authority blindly, and
any Christian who would have you believe this doesn't know their Bible very well. The NT is like a guide, it tells you how you can live your life in
the most honest and positive way possible. It isn't meant to be forced upon people, it isn't meant for control, and organized religion has perverted
the message. So while I agree with you that the people who pull the strings are using religion as much as government to control the sheep, I cannot
blame the Bible for this. The Bible warns about the organized church growing out of control until it is something unnatural. What the Bible promotes
is a relationship between man and God, not man - priest - God. The middleman has only screwed things up.
I noticed that you refer to the Roman Empire as "Holy". For me, the Roman Empire was nothing more than one of many evil empires in history. The
people of the empire worshiped pagan gods before Jesus showed up. To stem the spread of Christianity, the Roman Empire infiltrated and sabotaged the
emerging Christian faith by turning it into a cult: the Roman Catholic Church. There are too many cult-like traditions in Catholicism for it to be a
coincidence. You must know that before the printing press was widely used, the Rom Cath Chrch did everything it could to keep the Bible out of the
hands of the common people. Those who had a copy of the Bible were persecuted or killed. The RCC knew that anyone who read the Bible would see that
the corrupt leaders and the perverted religion were in fact opposing the Bible's actual message. If the Bible was a part of the evil plans of the
puppet masters, don't you think they would have been spreading the Bible like propaganda?
The Bible does not tell Christians to celebrate Christmas or Easter on specific days. The RCC chose the days, and it's fairly obvious that they
wanted them to coincide with pagan celebrations. As far as I'm concerned, it really doesn't matter what days they're celebrated on, as long as
Christians have the opportunity to recognize them annually. The RCC has also perverted other aspects of the Bible: worship of Jesus' mother Mary,
forced confessions to a priest, constitutional recognition of the Pope as God on Earth, and so many more.
I don't believe the Bible and Jesus are the problem. The problems occur when people fail to question authority