“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn’t exist.” Many people believe that he does exist, so that statement immediately goes right out the window. If Satan truly was/is “the deceiver” then it’s logical that he would have come to Earth as jesus in order to entice people to follow him while thinking that they’re actually following jesus. That would be the ultimate deception would it not? If most people think they believe in the good guy, but he’s actually the bad guy then he (Satan) wins.

Now let’s talk about Jesus. Preachers, priests, pastors, and all other members of monotheistic religious hierarchy are so passionate about what they want to believe, that they stand firm on the principle of not even questioning biblical scripture, so they vehemently chastise anyone who questions them about contradictions in the bible. Perhaps this is to create the illusion that they actually believe in any morally righteous part of their theology. The bottom line is that the bible itself is designed to confound and confuse anyone who believes in it. This keeps us in a constant state of conflict and turmoil amongst ourselves which distracts us from truth and enlightenment about the very essence of life itself. Even Proverbs 25:2 says “It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honor of Kings is to search out a matter.” which means that it is indeed a kingly thing to question everything and always seek truth.

Life has been severely distorted since the time of the Atheist Roman Emperor Constantine and the Council of Nicea in 325 A.C.E. For those that are unfamiliar with this meeting, it’s purpose was to remove several books from their cache of religious propaganda. The books they removed became known as the “Gnostic Gospels” or “The Apocrypha”, and the finish product was the canon. This Council of 13 (12 clergy + Constantine) compiled the beliefs of Paganism, Judaism, Catholicism, and Roman “mythology” which is actually their modern version of what the ancient Sumerians believed. Whether you realize it or not, if you believe in your bible, you are actually a heathen. Matthew 7-13-14 says “Go in through the narrow gate. The wide gate and the wide road go to death. Many people go that way. The narrow gate and the narrow road go to life that never finishes. Only a few people find it.

  • More men, women, boys, girls, and babies have been slaughtered in the name of a monotheistic deity than for any other reason in the entire history of humanity. Even decent people have done very “evil” things just for their belief in something that they have never even seen with their own eyes. Does this sound like a religion of a “loving God?” It is absolutely the most cruelly insane thing in our world.
  • The first Commandment says “You shall have no other gods before me.” This clearly means that if you pray to or “in the name of…” anyone other than this particular singular deity, you are violating “His” very first principle. Also, in Numbers 23:19 it says “God is not a man”, which obviously excludes Jesus from being God incarnate in “evil,” earthly, flesh. If Jesus is/was “God on Earth,” then why did he pray? Who was he talking to? Did he pray to himself in his own name before HIS creator? The thought of a deity so powerful that it could create everything in existence, morphing into a human to teach everyone a lesson that they would never learn is purely asinine to say the least. Such an act automatically diminishes the integrity of an “Almighty Creator” in my opinion.
  • Everyone who wears a cross/crucifix, has a depiction of Jesus or Mary, or uses any Earthly material item to represent their “faith” is in direct violation of the 2nd Commandment, which clearly states “You shall not make for yourself an idol, whether in the form of anything that is in Heaven above, or that is on Earth beneath, or that is in the water under the Earth. You shall not bow down to them or worship them.”
  • The third commandment is safe from this list so let’s move on to the 4th. Leviticus 20:9 says “For every one that curseth his father or his mother shall be surely put to death.” Then Jesus contradicts that statement in Luke 14:26 where he says “If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.” This takes care of “Love thy neighbor” too. He killed 2 Commandments with one statement. What a savior!
  • Drinking blood is also forbidden in Genesis 9:4 where it says “But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.” and Leviticus 7:26 “You are not to eat any blood, either of bird or animal, in any of your dwellings.” Jesus violates this in Matthew 26:26-27 “And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and broke it, and gave it to the disciples, and said ‘Take, eat; this is my body…’ and he took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying ‘Drink ye all of it; For this is my blood.'”

As always I’m not expecting anyone to believe the perspective that I am sharing. I’m merely trying to encourage everyone to question and research everything you see or hear. Whether you see it, hear it, believe it, or not, there is a massive vortex of disinformation about both of these characters, as well as everything else that we thought we knew. It’s your choice to allow yourself to be sucked into the eternal darkness of the Abyss or not. I’ll be on the narrow path if any of you decide to join me. Happy trails.

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  1. mike says:

    The most revolutionary thing Ive ever done, over the last three years, is to research law. It has been a real eye opener! Anyway, my personal conclusions – (back of the envelope type stuff) is that:
    1/ The old testament embodies principles of the natural law.
    2/ The New Testament embodies principles of civil law.
    3/ Shakespear embodies principles of equity; where law and equity conflict, equity shall prevail.

    All three published when people where largely illiterate and therefore learned by oral tradition.

  2. Trev says:

    Satan was mentioned in both early Hebraic lore and oral tradition long before an organised faith was actually made. Sumerians were the earliest civilization that lived in the Middle east and predate the Jewish people and Arabs, whose nations were founded from Abraham (most likely a Sumerian or descended culture) according to the Bible and Quran.

    The Trinity as described in the New Testament is the only concept like it in any religion. 3 that are 1, 3 that can act seperately yet never apart, 3 distinct yet the same. Jesus coming as Messiah in a human form was to give humans a relateable face, to give a realateable presence. for so long before hand it had been sacrifice, fear (which is actually defined as a respect for power in its use), and living a good life to the best of one’s ability. The sending of Christ was to end that way of doing things. To be the last ritual sacrifice. The jews don’t believe in Christ because he didn’t come in a way they were expecting. They were expecting a great conqueror that would free the Jews from the empires that conquered their lands (at the time the Roman Empire). Jesus came and challenge not biblical commandments but Jewish tradition that was established outside biblical beliefs. Jesus, the Holy Spirit, God the Father, the Trinity are one figure, but three aspects. Praying to one is praying to all. Praying to Jesus is not praying to another god. The mostly Catholic pratice of praying to saints is an example of praying to one other than God.

    Sacrificing and servitude is commonly seen in every polytheistic religion in the era as well. It was something humans in the time understood. In the garden of Eden it is not servitude and sacrifice that Adam and Eve did. They walked daily with God having a personal encounter with him. Bringing the knowledge of good and evil into the human mind gave humans another tantalizing choice. God had already given humans the capacity to choose to not choose him. When they saw that there were two forces in the world God and evil, human curiosity set in.

    Christ prayed to be an example. The new testament describes many forms of prayer all of which will vary in wording both from their nature and from person to person. The Lord’s Prayer was to be a template for those who didn’t have anywhere to start.

    The drinking of my blood and eating of my flesh is an analogy, not a literal statement. The bread and wine are what is called an ebenezar, a thing designed to inspire rememberance. The same is the original purpose of icons of saints, which, mostly catholics unbiblically pray to, though biblically keep as reminders of miracles. The analogy and the eating of bread and wine are done in rememberance of Jesus being the last sacrifice. The sacrificing of his flesh and the shedding of his blood giving us power over sin if we choose to exercise it. Ritual sacrifices in the early days of man kind went as followed: a clean, disease free, ‘perfect’ animal was selected from a flock. its neck slit, the blood drained, boiled, the animal split open over an alter the blood drank and sprinkled all over it and part of the flesh consumed and all on the altar incenerated with fire. ‘This is my blood, This is my flesh’ was a relateable idea that jews understood as a part of sacrificing, Jesus’ purpose in being the final sacrifice. The verse you quoted mentioning not consuming blood and flesh brings up the much overlooked point that jews, christians, peoples of all religions don’t always 100% adhere to what their told. We are human.

    The verse in Leviticus was also not accurately quoted. If you read the verses around it it more accurately states to not eat of the flesh of animals ‘on the third day’, or during a sacrifice solely for the purpose of eating and not for the sacrifice.

    The Genisis quote was a commandment set by Noah after the landing of the ark. As according to the story there was only 2 of each animal, the 8 survivors and their descendants for quite a period would need to abstain from consuming animal flesh while the fauna repopulated the earth.

    It is constantly mentioned in the Bible that God didn’t make man to be blind servants, but to have a relationship with them. Angels already filled the capacity of servant. Humans were given logic, reason, curiosity, questioning instict, skepticism, the ability to choose freely like no other thing in creation.

    Coming as a human being when one is an almighty creator shows the highest level of humility possible. Shows he was willing to take a part of himself and come to this earth to be amongst us. Trying to emphasise the importance of morals and the relationship God wanted with man. Something seen in Eden as I said was God walking alongside Adam and Eve. Having a personal tangeable realtionship. One of Jesus’ purposes was to bring this back into the human way of thinking. It had been made as religons often become just simple worship and servitude.

    Wearing a crucifix or a cross does not violate the bible. The bible actual says such things have purpose as well as danger. Ebenezer is something that is made to inspire rememberance. Wearing a crucifix around your neck is wearing a symbol that inspires the rememberance of Jesus’ sacrifice. Now where the expressed danger is is when some take that image worship it as if it were god. Like some people wear an icon of a saint. Perfectly biblicaly okay thing. But then they pray to the saint depicted by the icon which is what the bible describes as idol worship.

    Hallowed is a word that means holy, sanctified, sacred, concecrated, venerated. Halloween is actually not a pagan originated thing. Halloween is short for All Hallows’ Even, the night that precedes All Hallows’ Day a Catholic celebration remembering the saints. It is believed in Catholic lore that on All Hallows’ Even that all the demons in hell and on earth come out and force people to do evil. The costumes come from the tradition of dressing up during festivals common throughout the world in many cultures in various eras in history.

    And if you did not know, King Solomon was a son of King David. The prediction says Christ would come from the House David not specifically of his blood line. The fact that Jospeh was of the House of Solomon, a descended house of the House of David, makes Jesus his adopted son apart of the House of David.

    During the 33 years on earth Jesus never attempted to change the original 10 commandments. In fact he tried to emphasise them. What he did challenge was what Jewish law stated. Jewish law had many rituals, pracitises and laws that were not biblical and prevented them from truly understanding the bible. Jesus tried to challenge the Jewish cultural laws not the 10 commandments and the bible.

    Was a fun read man. Very interesting statement at the top. lol.

    Always seeking knowledge, always seeking truth, always seeking is as biblical a thing as the the ten commandments and something everyone Christian, Atheist, Jew, Muslim, should be and even in relgious texts are encouraged to do.

    🙂

  3. Brad says:

    @Trev: There wasn’t only 2 of every creature. That is just the quick version from children’s books.

  4. Jesus is indeed Satan the Morning Star. That’s why Isaiah 14:12 lists Lucifer as the Morning Star, then Jesus calls himself the Morning Star in Rev 22:16. Please feel free to go to my You Tube channel and watch my videos that will prove Biblically that Jesus is indeed Satan.

  5. Derek Smith says:

    And which star is the “Morning Star?” I’ve already proven here that Jesus is Satan.

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