posted on Aug, 1 2009 @ 11:34 AM
I truly am not sure what to 'catergorize ' myself as, when it comes to what I 'believe in'....
You may say, " Why even catergorize yourself at all?"
Well, I enjoy debating (especially with Christians) the bible and why they still are believing in the 'fairy tale' account taught by Christian
Here is my belief:
As a sixth grader, I had a love for history...especially fascinated with greek and egyptian mythology....it all made sense, too, that the ancients
created fables or mythical figures to represent attributes of nature, science, astrology.
However I was Christian and attending baptist church services like most african -american southerners...and in the midst of learning mythology in
school, the Christian religion started to sound identical to ancient mytical deities...I was confused but intrigued at the same time....
As an adult, I faced a few traumatical experiences and desperately sought the comfort of religion to explain it all away....it helped, but never
solved anything as promised. I felt I was a true die hard christian fanatic until my older brother began having religious debates with me... he
challenged my belief system and got me to scratching my head over things that I assumed were solid christian beliefs...
Years later I did watch Zeitgeist and I know some of you are Zeitgeist haters, but I took what was knowledgeble and factual from it, which was the
majority of the documentary anyway...and after watching the religion segment, I felt a sense of confirmation about the mythical deity/ religion...but
remember I applied my own prior knowledge and research along with it.....
and I was convinced that religions are allegorical hybrids of mythical figures representing a political agenda; government control...
But that only explained religion to me...I still sought a need to answer the queston of mankinds' origin.
After lots of research and applying logistics, I do believe in the alien ancestrial account: the Annunaki DNA mixing.
I believe that the ancients did refer to the Annunaki visitors as 'gods' and worshipped them, but only because they were slaves and assumed they had
magical 'powers' because technology was not introduced to them. Ex: if they saw someone being healed, they called it a miracle when it was really
advanced medicine or surgery...if they saw someone waking on water, they were explaining flight, being by jet pack or alien aircraft...voices in their
heads could have mind control.....and the infamous 'chariots of fire' - UFO's.
I also believe that "God" is more of a term than an individual's name....The fact that you see differents accounts of the main two different gods (
Enki and Enlil) throughout the bible is revealing as well...Ex: the second chapter of Genesis that explains the Garden of Eden discusses the Lord
god, and the creation part in the first chapter talks of "god"...this is evident throughout the bible.
So to sum it all up: I definately do not believe in the fairy tale wonderland account of our origin and I believe that Jesus is one of many 'Sun
gods'....I don't believe that there is a supernatural diety in the sky named God.
I do believe that the Old Testement, mainly Genesis was written by the ancient Sumerians describing our true origin is true; just interpreted VERY
incorrectly...where most believe in one ' god' there is an entire RACE of gods and that we were cloned with Annunaki DNA and Homosapien DNA ( "Let
US make mankind in OUR image according to OUR likings")...
So am I truly Atheist?
[edit on 1-8-2009 by ButterCookie]