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The Mass Deception of the Catholic Corporation Part 1
Have you ever asked yourself “What is the greatest deception in modern human history?” Most people in America and Europe need to look no further than themselves to see that they are part of the biggest lie and conspiracy ever known to man.
Most people in America and Europe need to look no further than themselves to see that they are part of the biggest lie and conspiracy ever known to man; Christianity.
The earliest remnant of any of the “New Testament” books is a tiny papyrus fragment that is supposedly from the Gospel of John. This manuscript has been dated to 125CE. Any record of the Gospel story and its Christian savior figure cannot be found before the Christian bible. There are no records of the Christian savior, and the Jews or early “Christians”
Josephus Flavius was born in 37CE. Around 94CE he wrote "Antiquities of the Jews", the text that supposedly mentioned the Christian savior. Christians say their Savior died around 30-33CE, so he never met or personally knew the Christian savior and was only writing about the rumors that he heard. Most scholars consider the text mentioning the Christian savior to have been later added by one of the original Catholic bishops, possibly Eusebius. In defense of his many historical alterations and blatant lies, Eusebius said “it may be Lawful and Fitting to use Falsehood as a Medicine, and for the Benefit of those who Want to be Deceived."
The same goes for Roman historian Tacitus who was born in 56CE, at least 20 years after the Christian savior supposedly died. The years from 29CE to 31CE are missing in the original remaining copies of his history book. There is one passage in the second remaining section of his historical account that mentions somebody named Christus, but historians say that was either added by the same Catholic Bishop Eusebius, or Tacitus was also using local rumors as a source. Could it be that the Christians leaders were so embarrassed by the lack of historical evidence of their false “savior” that they decided to just attempt to make history completely disappear?
These are the only two historians anywhere near the time that have any writings mentioning the Christian savior, and neither one of them are his supposed contemporaries. What's even more intriguing is that we do have writings from historians during the time the Christian savior was supposedly alive, but NONE of them mention him at all. For someone so important, who supposedly performed miracles and rose from the dead, and created so many problems for Jewish and Roman leaders, NOBODY at the time appeared to know anything about him. Either nobody thought the “supernatural phenomena” of walking on water, bringing dead people back to life, and making 5 fish feed thousands of people important enough to record into history, or the whole story is a lie fabricated by the original Catholic cult leaders in order to manipulate and control the minds of the people.
Philo (~20 BCE - ~40 CE) was a Hellenized Jew who lived in Alexandria, Egypt. He visited the Temple in Jerusalem and corresponded with family there. He wrote a great many books on religion and philosophy which survive to this day, and mentioned many of his contemporaries. His last writings come from 40 CE, only a few years after the end of Pontius Pilate's reign when he was part of an embassy sent by the Alexandrian Jews to the Roman Emperor Caligula. Yet not once does Philo mention the Christian savior, anybody who could be mistaken for the Christian savior, or any of the events of the Christian “New Testament.”
Pliny the Elder (~23 CE - 79 CE) wrote a Natural History that mentions hundreds of people and natural events, major and minor; he even writes about the Essenes. Yet nowhere in his works is any mention of the “New Testament” phenomena described in Mark. Some Christian historians say that Pliny would not have taken interest in a backwater preacher, but given the claims in the Christian bible concerning the purported life of their savior, it is glaringly obvious that Pliny would have either seen, heard of, or at least investigated events as incredible as those reported in the book of Mark. Yet not a word of these supposed miraculous events is alluded to in his work. Pliny also provides us with a direct refutation of the Christian Gospel claims of earthquakes and eclipses, such as those found in Matthew. Pliny collected data on all manner of natural and astronomical phenomena, even those which were legendary and he himself did not necessarily regard as factual. Yet he records no prodigies associated with the beliefs of Christians, such as an earthquake or darkening of the skies at a crucifixion, or any star of Bethlehem.
Seneca the Elder (54 BCE - 39 CE) was a Roman rhetorician and writer, and father to the more famous Seneca the Younger. Seneca was the author of a historical work containing the history of Rome from the beginning of the civil wars almost down to his own death. While his original work is lost to us, a copy was published by his son. The latest references in his writings are to the period immediately after the death of Tiberius, probably around the time of his own death in 39 AD. Again, no mention of the Christian Savior.
Seneca the Younger (ca. 4 BCE – 65 CE) was a philosopher and statesman who wrote both philosophical works and papers on morality. He lived during the purported time of the Christian savior. He would have had contact with Roman authorities who in turn would have had contacts with the Christian savior, had he existed. More importantly, he was interested in matters of morality and religion very similar to the concerns of later Christians. Yet, he does not take note of any of the miraculous events reported in the gospels. The life of Seneca, like that of Philo, was contemporaneous with the Christian savior of legend. Yet though Seneca wrote extensively on many subjects and people, nothing relating to the miraculous events of the Christian bible ever caught his attention.
Then we have the Talmud. If there was truly a great teacher who thought himself to be king of the Jews and whom thousands of people thought of as a Messiah, surely that incredible rabbi would have been mentioned in the earliest versions of Jewish writings and historical records; especially the Talmud. Again, the silence abounds and there is not a shred of evidence supporting the Christian myth. There are no arguments that support the Christian fables, nor are there any arguments against the “savior” talked about in the little Christian book of lies. The person of myth simply doesn’t exist in their history books.
If there really was a man with supernatural powers who was born around the year 0-1CE and who died sometime around 29-34CE, why isn’t there a shred of documentation or evidence other than the Christian bible? From what and where did the Christian mythology originate?
There were many ancient pagan gods with similar stories; Mithras, Osiris, Attis, and Adonis are just a few examples. According to legend they all had non-human alien fathers who came to Earth and bred with human women. Supposedly the women got pregnant from their affairs. The god-children were born and all grew into adults, each one preaching they were “the son of god.” Legends have it that they were killed, all of them martyred in some way or another to save mankind from sin. Then they came to life again after a few days, fluttering off into heaven as gods. (please visit our website for full article)