On Jesus and the Bible: Origin of the Forbidden Fruit Story, Jesus the Initiate and the Sun of God

I hope that this is my last article with regards to explaining my stance on Jesus and the Bible. I’ve expressed my views (which are based on extensive research) already, but since some of my readers keep asking me to clarify my stance, I had to write this post.

The Bible is a collection of different myths taken from different pagan religions. Christians would be quick to say in response to this that the Devil anticipated Christianity and thus created all those myths in pagan cultures so that later on he would be able to discredit this new religion.

This argument is so silly that it hardly needs refuting. With such a way of arguing anything can be explained away. I see this kind of excuse as a desperate attempt to protect the cherished belief. Such people hardened their hearts and refuse to look at the truth.Read more…

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Universal Messiah Deception – MUST READ – Please Share

In this article I’ve listed the prophecies of the messiah found in major religions and religious organizations. It’s a long article but the information found here will prepare you for what’s to come, so that you are not deceived.

Freemasons on the messiah

Albert Pike

Albert Pike

Behold the object, the end, the result, of the great speculation and logomachies [arguments about words] of antiquity; the ultimate annihilation of evil, and restoration of Man to his first estate, by a Redeemer, a Masayah, a Christos, the incarnate Word, Reason, or Power of Deity.

— Albert Pike, a 33rd-degree mason, the Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite (1859-91), one of the most honoured and influential American Freemasons.

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