Originally posted by reluctantpawn
reply to post by autowrench
So let me get this straight. You believe that Jesus was not born of a virgin, son of the living God, taught for about 33 years and changed the world
as we know it, died on the cross and rose again on the third day. His story was recorded about twenty years after his death.
First of all, your Jesus was not the only virgin birth. Please check these two links:
Virgin Mothers and Virgin-Born Gods
SHAKEN CREEDS: The Virgin Birth Doctrine
Virgin births are a leap of faith. We are all "sons/daughters of God/Goddess," they are our parents, so we are their children. And it was more like
70 years. The first Gospel, believed to be written, The Gospel of Mark, was widely believed to be written at least 35 years after the death of Christ,
in 65 AD. The other three gospels followed within the next twenty to thirty years. This means that the four accounts of the New Testament of Jesus
were written 35 to almost 70 years after his death with no written sources at the time.
If Jesus had been the creation of a single author his character might have been consistent and believable. But as the work of many hands Jesus the
Godman is a mass of contradictions, most notoriously over his divinity.
You do believe that this is a fictional account created by the Emperor Constantine a few hundred years later even though there are copies of
scripture that predate him.
No, I do not. the only thing created by Emperor Constantine was the official Canon, the legalization of Christianity as the official religion of the
State. And yes, there are many texts, so called "scriptures" that pre-date Christianity, but were purposely left out of the official Canon. Such
The Life of Adam and Eve,
The Book of Jubilees,
The Book of Enoch, The Infancy Gospel of Thomas, (The only book that deals with young Jesus)
The Protovangelion of James (details of the life of Mary)
The Gospel of Mary (This Gnostic Text reveals that Mary Magdalene may have been an apostle, perhaps even a leading apostle, not a prostitute.)
The Gospel of Nicodemus (story of Jesus's trial and
execution and his descent into hell
The Apocalypse of Peter (implies that the threat of the
apocalypse is a way for God to scare people into living a moral life)
In the 1520’s, language scholar William Tyndale translated the Hebrew and Greek texts into English. Soon, copies of his translation were turning up
all over England. Inaccuracies were found in these copies and out of concern for this, King James I commissioned a group of Bible scholars to
translate the Bible to English. This Bible is known as the King James or Authorized Version of 1611 and is still, arguably, the most popular English
The Dark Bible - A Short History of the Bible
The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene
THE SWORD OF MOSES - AN ANCIENT BOOK OF MAGIC
You also believe that there is a mixed blood line of alien children and shape changing reptilians that rule the earth, and have for centuries,
without any evidence whatsoever to back up this claim.
Is this Correct?
Yes, this is correct. There is much evidence that the The Merovingian
bloodline exists, that the leaders of the world are all related.
The Merovingian Bloodline
The Merovingian Bloodline
The Biological Basis of Elitism and "The Divine Right"
The Lost Tribe of Dan
THE MEROVINGIAN DYNASTY
There is not a great deal of evidence that Reptilian Beings are ultimately in control, in a behind the sense ruling class scenario, but I for one
believe that may very well be the case.
Dragon worship goes far back in history, in most every Culture on Earth, and tales of Reptilian Beings abound in every Nation on Earth.
The New Testament uses a number of titles to describe the Devil - perhaps the most prominent being "the prince of this world" (John 12:31) - but the
only part where it actually describes what the Devil IS, in and of Himself, is Revelation 12:9:
"The great dragon
was hurled down—that ancient serpent
called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray."
History of Mesopotamian Dragons
The Imperial Chinese Dragon: Legend or reality?
Famous Dragons In History
So, you see, taking all into context, the theory is not such a stretch anymore, is it? The conclusions I have arrived at come from many sources and
years of study and research. I do not really have a "belief," as such, beliefs seem to be set into stone, and cannot every be changed. What I have
is Ideas. Ideas can be changed, and altered to fit new evidence and facts. So please do not assume that I believe anything, just ask.