Thursday, July 25, 2024
  Born Again's Usurpation  
Born Again usurped from Self-Consciousness

A sin is something which is not necessary

The premise is that the biblical concept of “Born Again” has been usurped from the human state of being self-conscious–the rightful purpose of human life–and furthers the goal/intention of religion–slavery–through deception, division and domination. A linkage is proposed between Planck’s thoughts on consciousness and Gurdjieff’s creation story which helps to explain why a mythical God was invented to conceal the primacy of consciousness–to keep human beings ignorant of the ways and means of understanding brainwashing (menticide) and how to escape from it.

Sources about the meaning of born again reveal a salient point: “Having a new Christ-like character is one of the signs of being born again that will manifest when Christ comes into your life and becomes the captain of your life.” This is, yet again, a distortion man’s essential (perhaps obligatory) nature–to be the master of oneself.

The previous two posts (Christ’s Ventriloquists and The Synthesis of Christianity) give background to the creation of Christianity. This history of the origins of the hoax we recognize as Christianity is documented with full details in the Christ’s Ventriloquists, in which the people who created that hoax wrote and displayed not only their hoax, but also – under the first-ever legal/forensic analysis of their writings – how and why they did it.

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  The Synthesis of Christianity     Source

How and Why Ancient Rulers Needed to Create a Universal Religion

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It has been my recent privilege to receive a manuscript by Roman Piso, entitled “The Synthesis of Christianity.” I have read dozens of books about the history of Christianity, but this one is by far the most unique.
Perhaps Piso’s quote from Abelard Reuchlin sums up his thesis best:

“It was Flavius Josephus who was the creator of Jesus.”

Piso spent many years researching the fraud of Christianity. It seems that many scholars had previously come to the conclusion that Josephus had indeed created Christianity.

This book, however, presents the authorship of the New Testament as regards the Roman Piso family, the antiquity of which goes back to ancient Rome. Members of the royal Piso family were the composers of the New Testament. The reasons are discussed in the “Piso Theory” and the “Royal Supremacy Theory.”

In a nutshell, the Royals of ancient times invented and promoted superstitions for the purpose of controlling people. The Royals were the only ones who were literate, and who had freedoms, including the freedom of speech. Promoting religion for the purpose of control was the duty and responsibility of the Royals, who were atheists. They knew there were no gods, for they had created them. The main control they sought to preserve was slavery.

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