The Christian Myth

The Christian Myth

Definition of myth – An unfounded or false notion.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/myth

Definition of faith – Firm belief in something for which there is no proof.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/faith

Definition of Christian mythology – The body of myths associated with Christianity, concerning their gods and heroes, the nature of the world, and the origins and significance of their own cult and ritual practices.

Definition of Christians – Those who believe in Christian Mythology.

Like those who believed in Greek Mythology, Christians have a firm belief in an unfounded or false notion for which there is no proof.

Definition of bible – The sacred scriptures of Christians comprising the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The Bible has been altered, edited and revised hundreds of times.

According to those who believe the Christian myth, the “real” Bible consists of 39 books of the Hebrew Scriptures, called the Old Testament, and 27 books of the Christian Greek Scriptures, called the New Testament. Christians also believe their Bible was inspired by a god and written by some 40 men over the course of 1,600 years. But to set the record straight, there is no “original” Bible and the books in the Bible have been altered, edited and revised hundreds of times.

The first list of books that matches a Protestant Bible cannot be found anywhere in history prior to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. And even then, Protestant Reformers often did not include all of the books Protestants use.

For example, Martin Luther initially doubted the canonical status of Hebrews, James, Jude, and Revelation. And while Luther had much praise for the Old Testament deuterocanonical book Judith (which he did not believe to be inspired by God, but which he thought Christians should read), he often criticized other biblical books found in Protestant Old Testaments including Esther and Jonah. The famous Swiss Reformer Ulrich Zwingli doubted that Revelation belonged in the New Testament. John Calvin, who never wrote a commentary on Revelation, also had concerns over its canonical status.

Prior to the Reformation, all Christian biblical canons either excluded books from the Old Testament that Protestants (and Catholics, and Orthodox) consider inspired, like Esther—-or, they excluded some of the 27 New Testament books that Protestants (and Catholics, and Orthodox) consider inspired, like 2 Peter, Hebrews, James, Jude, and Revelation—-or, they included some or all of the 7 deuterocanonical books that Catholics (and Orthodox) include in their Bibles. There are no Bibles (nor lists of biblical books) that have the complete 27 New Testament books and all 39 Old Testament books in Protestant Bibles, but which exclude the 7 deuterocanonicals.

The stories in the Bible are retellings of far more ancient stories.

The stories in the Bible are retellings of far more ancient stories.

Everything in the christian bible was taken from Ancient Pagan Texts that pre-dated it by thousands of years. This has been proven time and time again, and is becoming harder and harder for Christians to deny. By examining various Ancient Pagan Texts and comparing the epics and stories within with the bible, it can be clearly seen how the bible has simply copied these texts, only changing a few minor details such as the names of people or places.

Of course, there is one question that is bound to arise. How can we be certain that Christianity copied from the Pagans, and not the other way around? Well, first, the Pagan Texts predated the christian Texts by some good 1000 years. This rules out any possibility of the Pagan’s having copied from the Christians. Even in the bible, it states that Christianity came long after Paganism.

One good example of this copying of Text is the story of “Noah’s Ark”. A very similar epic appeared some thousands of years before the bible in Ancient Sumeria. Only, in the Ancient Sumerian Epic, Enki (The God of Science and Engineering) appeared to Ziusudra and instructed him to build a boat that would be able to withstand a large wave of water, as some of the other Gods had been planning to let humanity suffer in the coming deluge. Enki also instructed Ziusudra to take onto the boat the “seeds of life”, so that after the flood, life could be sustained on earth once again.
This epic appeared thousands of years before “Noah’s Ark” of the bible.

There are tons of other examples. Everything in the bible, even down to the “star characters” has it’s Pagan match and was stolen from Pagan Texts.

“Jewish monotheism was stolen from Egyptian Akhenaton

The Jewish creation was stolen from the Egyptian Creation

The Jewish Yahweh’s use of the word to create was stolen from the Egyptians (Jewish Yaweh replaces Ptah)

“Let there be Light” was stolen from the Theban Creation epic.

The “firmament in the midst of the waters…” was stolen from the Egyptian Creation

Adam and Eve were stolen from the Egyptian Geb and Nut

Eve coming from Adam’s rib was stolen from the Epic of Enki and Ninhursag: “My brother what hurts thee?
“My rib hurts me”
Ninti who’s name means
“Lady of the Rib” cured Enki’s rib

Adam and Eve’s punishment and loss of immortality were stolen from the Mesopotamian story of Adapa
(Jewish Yaweh replaces Sumerian Enki)

Jewish Cain, Abel and Seth were stolen from Osiris, Set and Horus

The conflict between Cain and Abel was stolen from Set and Osiris and as the story goes on, it is later based upon the Sumerian Dumuzi and Enkimdu

Jewish Samson was stolen from Heracles,

The putting out of his eyes is based on Oedipus

The pulling down of the pillars was stolen from the Egyptian tale about Re-Herakhte

The Jewish story of Jacob and the Ladder was stolen from the Egyptian Funerary Rituals for the deceased King – “Hail to thee, O Ladder of God, Hail to thee, O Ladder of Set. Stand up O Ladder of God, Stand up O Ladder of Set, stand up O Ladder of Horus, whereon Osiris went forth into heaven.” “The Egyptian Ladder consisting of the bodies of two Egyptian deities upon which Osiris ascends into heaven, has been replaced by a ladder with several supernatural beings, angels, climbing up and down between earth and heaven.”

Jewish Moses was stolen from several Gods and kings, depending on what stage of his life story:

Sargon (the birth and abandonment in the river, being rescued by royalty, etc)

The wanderings in the desert were based upon the Sun-God Bacchus as seen in the Hymns of Orpheus

The Hebrew stint of “40 years in the desert” claimed in the Jewish book of Exodus and the subsequent “40 day and 40 nights” wanderings in the desert of the Jewish Nazarene were stolen from: “The struggle of Set and Horus in the desert lasted forty days, as commemorated in the forty days of the Egyptian Lent, during which time Set, as the power of drought and sterility, made war on Horus in the water and the buried germinating grain….These forty days have been extended into forty years, and confessedly so by the Jews.”

Jewish Joshua was stolen from the Egyptian Deities Shu and Nun.

Jewish Deborah was stolen from the Egyptian Goddess Neith

Jewish Noah was stolen from Sumerian Ziusudra

The fictitious Jewish God Yaweh in the Noah story replaced the Sumerian God Enlil, aka Beelzebub

Noah’s son Jewish Ham was stolen from Belus

Jewish Nimrod was stolen from the Egyptian Pharaoh Sesostris

Jewish Abraham was stolen from King Hariscandra of the Hindu Sankhayana-Sutras

Jewish Isaac was stolen from King Hariscandra’s son Rohita
The fictitious Jewish God Yaweh in this story replaced the Hindu God Varuna

Jewish character Daniel was stolen from Egyptian Neferti

Jewish Jonah and the whale; Jonah was stolen from the Hindu character “Saktideva” found in the Somadeva Bhatta.

The “Twelve Tribes of Israel” like the Twelve Disciples of Christ are based upon the twelve signs of the Zodiac.

Jewish Lot and his wife were stolen from the Greek Orpheus and Eurydice
Jewish Yaweh replaces the Greek God Hades

Jewish Jacob and Jewish Esau were stolen from Horus and Set

Jewish Rebekah was stolen from The Egyptian Goddess Isis

Jewish Joseph with the eleven brothers was stolen from Egyptian Psammetichus

Jewish story of Joseph and Potipher’s wife stolen from Egyptian Anubis and Bata

“The Ten Plagues” against Egypt were grossly exaggerated and altered and stolen from the Ipuwer Papyrus

The Ten commandments was stolen from The Code of Hammurabi Jewish Yaweh replaces the Sumerian Sun God Shamash aka Azazel

Jewish David killing Philistine Goliath were stolen from Thor throwing a hammer at Hrungnir and striking him in the forehead.

The Jewish Job was stolen from Ugaritic Keret and Jewish Yaweh replaces the God “El.”

The Jewish “Job,” was stolen from a story written in the Ugaritic language (Cuneiform Script), composed circa 1400 BCE by “Ilimilku The Scribe.” This epic involves “Keret” and the God “El.” NOT Job and Jehova. Keret’s family tragedies and illness are comparable with the story of Job. In the original tale, “Satan” never even entered into the picture. Here, Jewish Jehova replaces El”

Find out more about the Christian Myth by visiting these other websites:

thechristianmyth.com

exposingchristianity.com

1583 Reasons Christianity is not True

deitydisorder.org

Having irrational thoughts and beliefs about talking plants and animals, people walking on water and living inside animals, virgin births, resurrections and living dead, bearded men constantly watching you, sky wizards that grant wishes if you beg them enough, devils that will tempt and torture you in eternal hellfires if you don’t do what a magical book tells you, are signs and symptoms of serious and debilitating mental illness. Not only are these thought styles in error, they’re intensely uncomfortable to the person who uses them–or should we say suffers from them, because no one would deliberately choose to have these anxiety-producing thoughts. When these thoughts emerge in words and deeds, the damage can be even worse. deitydisorder.org

Examples of serious mental illness include major depressive disorder, deity disorder/schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. https://www.psychiatry.org/patients-families/what-is-mental-illness

Deity Disorder is the prototypical psychotic disorder. Not only is it the most common psychosis, but Deity Disorder tends to involve abnormalities in all five of the emphasized symptom domains: hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking and speech (Speaking in Tongues), grossly disorganized or abnormal motor behavior (Dancing Diaspora), and negative symptoms. Like the DSM-5 neurodevelopmental disorders, Deity Disorder is viewed as a neuropsychiatric disorder with complex genetics and a clinical course that tends to begin during a predictable stage of indoctrination by a cult or a religious organization. Whereas the neurodevelopmental disorders tend to begin during childhood, symptoms of Deity Disorder tend to reliably develop during late adolescence and early adulthood. deitydisorder.org

If you feel that a loved one is being abused by a cult or a religious organization, I implore you to reach out to FACT (Families Against Cult Teachings and Abuses). Their Victim Support page contains helpful information, advice and resources.
Doubt Your Beliefs? Have Questions About Changing Or Leaving Your Faith? You Are Not Alone, Please visit: RecoveringFromReligion.org

https://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/hotline-and-live-chat

Peer Support – Need to talk to someone On The Phone? Call: 1-844-368-2848

Whether you’re in crisis or are just looking for help for a friend or family member, there are dozens of organizations available to help you deal with a variety of immediate concerns, from crisis situations and domestic violence, to rape and substance abuse. Most of these hotlines are available 24 hours a day, and can help you with whatever level of assistance you need — from general information about the topic, to helping you find an immediate intervention. The hotlines below are listed in alphabetical order according to topic.

Huge list of freethinker, atheist, agnostic, skeptic, humanist websites

thechristianmyth.com/recovering-from-religion/

http://www.atheismunited.com/wiki/Huge_list_of_atheist_agnostic_skeptic_humanist_websites

deitydisorder.org

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