October 21, 2021 7:22 am

The Gospel Is Not a Historical Document

Many claim that the gospel is a historical document that proves that Jesus Christ existed and that he died and resurrected. There is absolutely no evidence of this anywhere in the records other than in this book called the New Testament. My research demonstrates that it was compiled by Jerome, the Doctor of the Catholic Church, after that organisation was established by Constantine in 325AD.

The Book of Matthew contains church laws which were not known before he implemented them at the end of the 4th CAD, which is when he published the Vulgate. He notes in his letters and diaries how he translated the Septuagint from the Greek and added to and altered parts of it to make it align with his own work.

Jerome was a scholar of some renown when Damasus, the then Bishop of Rome, requested he write the text to unify the churches. He states that he took all the writings available from around the Empire and selected those which seemed the best the suit his cause. cansa

The idea of a Christ dying on a cross comes from Babylon where it was determined that men who died in such a way would rise with the sun into the eternal kingdom and be its mate. The beautiful sun-star was seen at the top of the ziggurat when its rays passed through an aperture and formed the magnificent circles of rainbow colours. Central to that image is the cross, the holiest sign in the Christian world.

The sun-star was named Mari, which literally means ‘mother’s powerful eye’. It is the root of ‘marry’ because of the so-called ‘holy union’. A city was named after her. It was situated 11 km northwest of Abu Kabul in Syria. It was the second capital of the Amors who built and inhabited Babylon. They are remembered in Genesis Chapter 11 whereby they built a tower to reach to heaven.

God was angry with them and scattered them abroad and confounded their language so they could not understand one another (verses 7 and 8). The name of the place was ‘Babel’, and that is the city of Babylon. It is here that men decided they could rise with the sun-star which they personified as a beautiful lady and marry her.

The Amors were scattered throughout the Mesopotamia and into Egypt and then throughout the Mediterranean. They raided, murdered, took over countries and they built a huge empire. Their next capital was ‘Roma’ (Rome) the reverse of which is ‘Amor’. Here they were the Romans and many look upon them with amazement and even respect.

Without knowing their role in the creation of religions most people today are largely ignorant of what they worship and call truth. Only the Spiritual people of God know within what is right and how to stay true to the Spirit.

Religion is man-made for the sake of appearances. Nothing about it is genuine as it is full of window dressing and promises that cannot be kept. It promotes the notion of eternal life in the clouds with a male god sitting on a throne and angels and saints running around doing his bidding.

Jerome based his New Testament on the religion set up by Constantine, who is identified in Revelation 13:13-18 as the inventor of Jesus Christ and also as 666. The Gospel is designed to uphold that claim and the life of its Prophet is largely taken from that of Chrishna (Krishna), the third person of the Vedic Trinity of India. The parallels are extraordinary as the latter’s story tells how he was threatened by the evil king Cansa before his parents took the infant to Egypt. He returned to India at the age of 12 and his first miracle was to turn water into wine. He was crucified and rose bodily into heaven.

These facts are easily checked by readers who care to verify the information. The problem is that most are happy to go along with the information promoted by their pastors and what the majority accept. The Gospel is a text worked up by the Catholic Church founding fathers for credibility and there is no verifiable truth in it. It most certainly has no historical credibility when not a single claim made therein can be proven.

 

 

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