A Gnostic Cycle: Exploring the Origin of Christianity

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Reference - 712 pages
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In this book, you are going to explore the bare-boned facts behind a broad range of Biblical mysteries, digging deep beneath the thick layers of misunderstood traditions, semantic misconceptions, invented religious and political dogma, and breath-taking, world-changing events in history that had been willfully suppressed or misrepresented. Like any really good who-done-it, you will read tales of sinister deception, glorious victory, hateful murder, intimate love, rampaging armies, wholesale genocide, spiritual salvation, and, as you would anticipate in such mysteries, the heroes and villains are not always who they seem to be. Listed below is a short list of the hundreds of things you will here in unearth: The Hebrew Bible was written to build self-esteem, not to record concise history. Jesus was named for Joshua, because it was believed he was his Second Coming. Jesus was a dynastic king; a direct descendant of the Scythian Anointed Kings. Jesus married Mary Magdalene, a Royal Princess, and their offspring live today. Lazarus raised Jesus from the grave after his crucifixion. Judas Iscariot was hung on a tree (ancient slang for a crucifix), not from a rope. The Holy Spirit is the Jewish Shekinah (Presence of God); the Mother Goddess. The Father in Heaven, (Hebrew Adon) and Yahveh are two competing deities, from ancient Mesopotamia, and are separate to this day in the Hebrew Bible. Original Christian doctrine comes from Chapter 6 of Numbers, from the Hebrew Bible; rules governing the Qumr[n Nazarite (pronounced "Nazareth") Order. The Eucharist is an ancient ceremony, using bread mixed with white powder gold. The reason we think non-precious metals like gold and silver valuable isspiritual. The Antichrist was born 8 years after Jesus, yet his sway is more powerful today.

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