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Published:January 29th, 2010 11:00 EST
Buddhist scripture

Mainstream Religion a Unifying Thread: Part II -Christianity

By Sean Beelzebul

Mainstream Religion a Unifying Thread: Part I - Buddhism

Buddhist scripture

In our last installment, I concluded that all religions are essentially old in nature. Buddhism was our first case study. The findings indicated that Buddhist scripture have arrived to us today in more textual accuracy due to their large numbers. However, some of the higher level tenets, such as the reincarnation of Dalai Lamas were deemed misleading. Furthermore, due to the vast nature of Buddhism and Buddhisms I concluded that, although Buddhism bears a warm place in my heart, it is simply quite difficult to become a true Buddhist. In much the same manner, it is difficult to be a true Christian.

Christianity suffers the opposite in problems as Buddhism when regarding scripture. There is simply a lack of authoritative text with Christianity. As opposed to the vast and well-preserved immensity of Buddhist scripture, most Christian scripture is spurious and limited to just the Holy Bible. The Holy Bible is not only over 1600 years old, and thus old and out-dated to begin with, it is not a true product of Christ and the Essene Judaism in which Jesus taught. As many of my readers know, I have found the Bible to be a hodgepodge of Roman and Pharisaical beliefs constructed to manipulate the people of Rome via the Council of Nicaea.

Setting that aside, even the Gnostic and Arian conclusions of the deceptive nature of Christ only survive in small pockets of secret societies and fraternal organizations. These Gnostic and Arian sources indicate that Christ escaped crucifixion and appeared later as Lithargoel, according to the Second Treatise of the Great Seth and the Acts of Peter. Ask any mainstream Christian who Jesus was and they will surely have a different story. As Nietzsche righteously indicates, it was St. Paul who began the process of perverting Christianity (or at least Essene Judaism). St. Paul promulgated the resurrection myth and subsequent perversions of ontology. St. Paul Created the fictional afterlife, and the notion that Christ died for our sins. Well, Christ did not die, he escaped crucifixion.

Even the synoptic Gospels admit that Simon of Cyrene bore the cross from Jesus for awhile. Christ was a magician who faked his own death "it is that simple. This Pauline/Gnostic dichotomy has caused an infinite mess of psychological problems, and logical contradictions. It is obvious that only one view is compatible with physics. In any event, because of deliberate perversions of Christ`s teaching and life, Christianity in its true form is only truly enjoyed by non-religious " organizations such as the Freemasons.

Accepting the above claims, Christianity, even if is in a pure Gnostic form, is still old and outdated. The message is completely lost and only given to a select few. With this exclusive nature of true wisdom, how can humanity rectify its inner nature?