Originally posted by Malcram
reply to post by tinfoilman
The evidence from early Church writers was referenced in Zeitgeist.
You have watched it, I presume? Or are you not that familiar with Zeitgeist? If not, tell me and I will present this evidence again.
Thus the evidence from the early Church supports the premise of Zeitgeist, that Christianity is a local incarnation of a widespread nonChristian
edit on 17-2-2011 by Malcram because: (no reason given)
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ok, have you begun to think about the ramifications that the magi and all those aware of the Mazzaroth predates all of zeitgeists assertions?
Did zeitgeist address the mazzaroth? Ask yourself why not?
It isn't a secret in hebrew studies.
It's because the mazzaroth predates the theories presented. Once you understand you cannot edit the stars the mazzaroth begins to clearup what and
where "myths" came about.
It's why Nimrod claimed to be messiah, he knew of these prophecies written in the sky.
It's why when Nimrod (Osiris)was killed for his blaspemies his legs were broken, to show he was not messiah.
So understand what a big problem the mazzaroth is for all these late theories like zeitgeist.
There were many that sought the title but no matter how many posers there were before or came after.
Yashayah Ha Mashiach has risen.
We have an advocate at the right hand of the Father, King of Kings.
The High Priest that conquered death and paid the price for sin in full offering the free gift of salvation by believing in Him. Put away these
earthly desires and allow Him to take away that heavy baggage that bears down on us all and weighs so heavy on the soul and take up His yoke and
It is not by force but a love relationship. He is the lamb of Yah that took away the sins of the world.
He is unique.
There is but 1 High Priest.
The posers have theirs.
If you printed 1000,s of counterfeit 100 usd bills and put 1 real 100 note in with them, the 1000's does not in any way take away the real value of
the real deal. This logic just fails.