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History of Religion

Ancient Religions – In ancient times, religion was indistinguishable from what is known today as ‘mythology’. Consisted of regular rituals based on a belief in higher supernatural entities that created & continue to maintain the world and surrounding cosmos.

The ancient people felt that no single god could possibly take care of all the needs of an individual. For example, you wouldn’t call on the god of war with a problem concerning love. For this reason each deity had its own area of expertise. Ancient Mesopotamia was considered the cradle of civilization and has been cited as the birthplace of religion. They believed that humans were co-workers with the gods and labored with them to hold back the forces of chaos. The ancient people understood their position as co-workers and were repaid by the gods for their service. The gods resided on earth in temple complexes that were considered their literal homes. High priests and priestesses fed, bathed and clothed statues of these deities daily. As you can see, the art of creating an egregore has its roots from rituals established thousands of years ago.

The main deities worshiped in Babylon were Marduk and Inanna. Later Inanna became known as Ishtar of the Akkadians, Astarte of the Phoenicians, Sauska of the Hurrians-Hittites, and was also associated with Aphrodite to the Greeks. The Egyptians knew her as Isis and the Romans called her Venus. Each civilization rebranded the god-form into a specific egregore that would serve their nation. In the old days, these temples for the ancient gods served many purposes. Aside from worship, the clergy dispensed grain, goods and counseled those in need. Some temples even provided medical services. In ancient Egypt, religion was a combination of magic, mythology, science, medicine, psychiatry and spiritualism. Over the years as new generals and kings rose to power, they often adopted the beliefs and gods of the conquered nation, rebranding them. Eventually, these egregores were molded into gods created by men to control other men.

Over time, there was a repetition of the figure known as the dying and reviving god. He was a powerful entity who would die and come back to life for the good of his people. I personally can’t say for sure if the character “Jesus Christ” ever even existed. There is not one, known statue or monument of this demi-god found anywhere in the ancient world. It wasn’t until the Roman Empire held the First Council of Nicaea in the year 325 AD that this figure became popular. They gathered nearly 300 high ranking religious clergy to come to an agreement of an official story and timeline they would spread to the masses through their churches.

Modern Religion – Systems of symbols which act to establish powerful, pervasive and long-lasting moods and motivations in men by formulating conceptions of a general order of existence. They clothe these conceptions with such an aura of factuality that the moods and motivations seem uniquely realistic.

For those of you not familiar with the Christian Religion, the summary is that a guy named Jesus began to learn ancient mysteries and became convinced he was the son of god. As word spread through the land about this figure, his own people (the Jews) would ask the Roman Empire to kill him for blasphemy. When they were denied there was an outrage, which later led to the crucifixion of Jesus. Rumor is his mother Mary was an occultist and Mary Magdalene was actually his wife. There are also some rumors that Jesus had a twin brother who was crucified in his place, allowing him to continue living and practicing his metaphysical work. Nearly thirty one years after the crucifixion of Jesus on July 19, 64 AD, a fire started in Rome. The flames would blaze for six days, destroying more than 70% of the city. 10 of 14 districts that Rome had were burned to the ground. At the time, Emperor Nero blamed the fires on a rebellious new cult that formed – the Christians. Peter, the leader of the twelve disciples was captured and crucified upside down. Ironically, two hundred and fifty years later when Constantine would become Emperor, they would build a basilica in Peters honor on the land where they murdered him.

This is the time when the war between the gods of the old world would face the savage, power hungry humans in control. Constantine later created legislation against magic and private divination, motivated by a fear that others could gain power through these means. He destroyed the Temple of Aphrodite in Lebanon. He ordered the execution of priests in Egypt. He was fueled with passion to obliterate non-Christians by robbing and destroying their temples. He shined a spotlight on Pagans saying they followed “misguided rites” and had “temples of lying”. Around the year 350 AD, Constantius II took power and published anti-paganism polices. Those who performed these ceremonies or worshipped their idols were given the death penalty. By 353 AD, Constantius II carried out an active campaign against magicians, astrologers and people who were into divination. During Theodosius rule as emperor (381-395), he authorized and participated in the killing of pagan priests, destruction of many temples, holy sites, images and objects of reverence.

The leaders of the Christian faith decided to murder, rob and destroy any evidence of the gods of the old world. This doesn’t seem to follow the teachings of “Jesus” but more so, the savagery of power hungry elites. Between the 3rd century and the 6th century, the image of God’s son slowly evolved. It was like a game of telephone played generation after generation, as the image and story of Jesus continued to evolve. The ancient deities and ritual practices were replaced by this new control system, created to keep humans obedient to the empire’s vision of the future. Around the year 590 AD, Pope Gregory I, instigated the first recorded large-scale operation to take all Pagan temples and convert them to Christianity. Called “The Gregorian Mission, Pope Gregory wrote, “let altars be built and relics be placed there so that the pagans have to change from the worship of the daemones to that of the true God.” Isn’t it odd how the followers of the “light” could be so “dark”…?

This timeline is important for you to see how the Christian organization has robbed billions of their birthright. They murdered their way into becoming the largest religion on Earth. The Vatican is sitting on a city of gold while the world continues to suffer, blind to their power. Over the centuries as the Roman Empire destroyed various holy sites, they confiscated books and ancient scrolls. The Vatican’s Apostolic Archive now contains fifty three miles of shelving with over 1.1 million printed books, off limits to the public. The idea here is if you can control the flow of information, you control the minds of the masses. According to a study held four years ago, Christianity has grown to 2.4 billion followers out of a global population of 7.5 billion. This puts the religion at the top of the charts, owning the souls of 33% of the humans incarnated on this planet. The religion of Christianity made standard a belief in an afterlife. They set up organized rituals in which their followers would be able to obtain everlasting life.

The early Christians modeled their religion on the beliefs of the Sumerians, the Egyptians, the Phoenicians, the Greeks, and the Romans. Over 5,000 years ago human beings worshiped a pantheon of gods and knew that death was not the end of existence. The religions of the ancient world provided answers to the questions of life and death, but have been replaced by the dogma facilitated by the Vatican. In order to understand the nature of my relationship with angels and demons, I looked to the ancient world for answers. I saw it as an unfiltered interpretation of their relationship with these original god-forms. While reading transcripts of the “Mahabharata” I began to believe that these ancient gods were not just egregores. The Mahabharata, is a story written in Sanskrit telling the tale of an extensive ancient war between the gods. In this story, there are many descriptions of craft that flew in the air. The Mahabharata spoke of flying palaces or chariots named Vimanas. This ancient tale tells about a war in the skies where these chariots could be made invisible (cloaking device) and had a wide range of lethal weapons.

"Gurkha flying in his swift and powerful Vimana hurled against the three cities of the Vrishis and Andhakas a single projectile charged with all the power of the Universe. An incandescent column of smoke and fire, as brilliant as ten thousands suns, rose in all its splendor. It was the unknown weapon, the Iron Thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashes the entire race of the Vrishnis and Andhakas."

It is important to note, that these kinds of records are not isolated. They can be cross-correlated with similar reports in other ancient civilizations. The after-effects of this Iron Thunderbolt have an ominously recognizable ring. Apparently, those killed by it were said to be so burnt that their corpses were unidentifiable. The survivors suffered from having their hair and nails fall out, as if victim to radiation poisoning from a nuclear bomb. How could this be, when the story was supposed to take place three thousand years before the birth of Jesus? The Wrights brothers wouldn’t create the first powered aircraft until December of 1903. Pay close attention, my friend. This next segment will change the entire game.


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