It is suggested that Jesus did not die on a cross. Some people say he was nailed to a tree, and others simply to a stake of sorts.
However, we shall not debate whether he died on a cross, pole, or tree. My conspiracy regards the figure of the cross, whether he died on it, or it
Why is a cross so symbolic? Why has it passed through thousands of years and still exist in 2013? Whether or not he died on it, that cross may have
more symbolism than Jesus dying on it.
> Jesus is killed for being a false 'god'
> The reason is that it was not Jesus who came from "the heavens", but ETs
> An Ankh symbolizes the connection between heaven and the earth (picture of
> In an Ankh, there is clearly the round, circular part. That represents heaven. If Christ was being killed for being a false god, then the straight
cross (without the round part) could be a direct reference to Christ being unaffiliated with the heavens, or any true god
(the Ankh came before the cross)
> The cross represents a flying machine that ETs used to travel, most likely ON earth as they would have used portals to get to the planet
> Christ may have died on a pole or tree, but the implementation of the cross imagery could be a direct reference to how Christ was a false god, from
no heaven, and the ETs are the ones that come from the 'heavens', or the sky. The cross looks like a modern airplane, and perhaps the ETs' used
vehicles much like them. Thus, implementing Jesus dying on a cross would set up a guideline for how defying the ET's, or the gods, will bring you to
death. It also means that he is not equal to the ETs, or the 'gods'.
> The cross's horizontal piece represents Earth
> The cross's vertical piece represents Heaven
> The part where those two pieces intersects represents the joining of Heaven and Earth
> Putting Jesus over the cross thus hides the connection between Heaven and Earth, as if Jesus is 'blocking' that connection from occurring