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Originally posted by discl0sur3
Thank you for this post, I agree completely. This is why I subscribe to the ancient astronaut theory instead of some fallible, man-made bible or otherwise. Why don't people understand that they're all praying to the same higher power?
In my opinion it comes down to cultural interpretation...S&F
Originally posted by AprilSky
There is really only ONE religion on Earth ...
All the religions on Earth stem from the one religion which started in Sumeria and Babylon.
Queen Semiramis was married to Nimrod, known as the fish god and also named Dagon. Nimrod was deified as the Sun God when he died and Queen Semiramis as the Moon goddess.
Queen Semiramis became known as "The Queen of Heaven, and was the prototype from which all other pagan goddesses came."
She is the Statue of Liberty that is why she proudly holds up her torch and faces the Morning Light.
Same worship all over the world ...
In India, the mother and child were called DEVAKI and KRISHNA, and also ISI and ISWARA. MAYA and BUDDHA are worshiped by Hindus. In Asia, it's CYBELE and DEOIUS; in pagan Rome, FORTUNA and JUPITER-PUER, or the boy JUPITER; in Greece, CERES, with the boy PLUTUS in her arms. In Egypt it was Isis and Osiris and baby Horus. Even in Tibet, China, and Japan, SHING MOO ... the holy mother in China is portrayed with a child in her arms and a glory (halo - nimbus) around her.
Jesus is a repeat of the Mithra story which was worshiped six hundred years before his supposed birth.
and even after his birth.
Now we have Jesus and Mary … all that has changed however is the names, the religion or core belief is still basically the same.
Queen Semiramis had many aliases and one of them is ALLAH, who was worshiped by the Arabs long before Muhammad.
So it is very apparent that the core belief of religion is an ordinary woman giving birth to a God via the Virgin birth. Some religions hold that the Virgin Mary herself came from a immaculate birth. This is true of the Muslim faith who worship her more than Christians do and is core to Catholic beliefs of old.