The Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

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The Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

Posted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 5:58 am



Excellent scholarly information about the origin of Christianity, presented in a laid-back way:

http://pocm.info/index.html

Wish this was required reading in American schools.


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Re: The Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

Posted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 10:58 am



thanks for posting, i really enjoyed the read
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yep...being Pagan, I have seen this for a long time. I love the bumper sticker that says :Christianity has Pagan DNA.

The symbolistic cannibalistic act of the Eucharist is about as Pagan as it gets...eating the body, drinking the blood. Someone being or making a sacrifice...The Catholic Mass is still full of 100% Pagan/occult based rituals and processes. The polytheism of Father, Son, Holy Ghost; all of the Saints...it is just covered up with all of the fake altruistic, Eastern influenced karmaic beliefs.

In reality, Christianity is Pagan + Budhism. If you look at what Jesus was really trying to get across to the people of his time, it was straight out Eastern/budhist belief...turn the other cheek; love thy neighbor, dying and coming back again(reincarnation), all of the teachings, before they got dicked around by greedy power-hungry idiots, were rooted in the Eastern philosophies. Jesus was rebelling against the rigid, rules laden, mysoginistic, patriarchal religion of Judaism.

the way the Christian missionaries subjigated all of the early polytheistic/animist religions is pretty evident. They would come into a culture and just turn all of the local dieties and rituals into Christian ones, and then condemn the natives for worshipping in the old way.

God=Zeus=Odin=Ra etc...

I know the Norse mythos the best due to my heritage, and can make comparisons of how the Norse gods were just given Christian names and relations, but I am sure that the same thing was done to the Greek, Roman, African, Aztec, Mayan etc pantheons.

It's funny that when I sit at a Christian service, I am just thinking: ha, you are all Pagans....suckers!!! :lol:
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Re: The Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

Posted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:53 pm



hotbeats645 wrote:thanks for posting, i really enjoyed the read
Right on.

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