posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 01:04 PM
This is all historically incorrect, has been debunked over and over and even atheists agree it's garbage.
It is all based on The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors, an 1875 book written by an anti-Christian named Kersey Graves. Apart from
fringe types, the universal consensus as to why Graves never cites any sources is because he didn't have any -- he just made the whole thing up.
Spend five minutes reading an Indian (not American or European) history of Krishna, and you'll see that all of these claims are untrue.
Or just spend five seconds contemplating that "Sun / Son" means nothing, unless the Bible was written in English.