Christianity, the myth of Jesus the 'Sun God' that mimics practically every other religion in anglo's history. Brings with it the stench of burning flesh with their religion of genocide hidden neatly behind the word "LOVE".
"Most of these other gods were born on the 25th of December or sometime during the mid-winter. Nearly all were worshiped by "wise men." All of them fasted for forty days. All met with a violent death. All rose from the dead. The history of these gods is the history of our Christ. He had a god for a father, a virgin for a mother. He was born in a manger, or a cave -- on the 25th of December. His birth was announced by angels. He was worshiped by wise men, guided by a star. Herod, seeking his life, caused the death of many children. Christ fasted for forty days. So, it rained for forty days before the flood -- Moses was on Mt. Sinai for forty days. The temple had forty pillars and the Jews wandered in the wilderness for forty years. Christ met with a violent death, and rose from the dead.
These things are not accidents -- not coincidences. Mythos Christ was a Sun-god. Most religions have been born of sun-worship. Today, when priests pray, they shunt their eyes. This is a survival of sun-worship. When people worshiped the sun, they had to shut their eyes. Afterwords, to flatter idols, they pretended that the glory of their faces was more than the eyes could bear.
In the religion of modern day anglo's there is nothing original. All of its doctrines, its symbols and ceremonies are but the survivals of creeds that perished long ago. Baptism is far older than Christianity -- than Judaism. The Hindus, the Egyptians, the Greeks and Romans had holy water. The eucharist was borrowed from the anglo Pagans. Ceres was the goddess of the fields, Bacchus the god of the vine. At the harvest festival they made cakes of wheat and said: "These are the flesh of the goddess." They drank wine and cried: "This is the blood of our god."
The cross has been a symbol for many thousands of years. It was a symbol of immortality -- of life, of the god Agni, the form of the grave of a man. An ancient people of Italy, who lived long before the Romans, long before the Etruscans, so long that not one word of their language is known, they used the cross, and beneath that emblem, carved on stone, buried their dead. In Central America are the temples of the Toltec and Maya and on the walls is the cross with the bleeding victim. On Babylonian cylinders is the impression of the cross. The Trinity came from Egypt. Osiris, Isis and Horus were worshiped thousands of years before our Father, Son and Holy Ghost were thought of. So the Tree of Life grew in India, China and among the Aztecs long before the Garden of Eden was planted. Long before the anglo Bible was known, other nations had their sacred books, temples and altars, sacrifices, ceremonies and priests. The "Fall of Man" is far older than Xtian religion, and so is the "Atonement" and the Scheme of Redemption.
In our blessed religions of nature and spiritual connectedness there is nothing new, nothing original. That which cannot be created or destroyed only transformed feeds upon itself. Bon appitite."
When you analyze Christianity you quickly find that the whole thing falls apart without a few key concepts, Original Sin being the keystone of the lot. There is no need for a sacrifice to redeem humanity without Original Sin. This is a thing Anglos brought here with them, it is not born of us - flush it. With it, the monstrous burden of saving humanity requires a colossal, superhuman punishment that no one else but super God deity could bear (note the irony in that). Hence the focus on the "Passion" rather than the wisdom applied in the life and the teachings of "Mythical Jesus" in this movie. Gibson is saying, "Look what He did for you! Be thankful and worship in return."
In my opinion the corruption of truth happens when people begin to believe that only via one religion can salvation be attained. Gibson’s glorification of Mythical Christ’s agony and, by extension, his “special status”, only helps to keep that illusion and delusion at force, in my view.
It's an interesting fact that of all historical high profile spiritual masters, almost none died in the fashion that Mythical Christ is portrayed as dying in (scripturally, and enhanced artistically by Gibson in his film). Socrates was compelled to drink poison; unpleasant, but likely not agonizing. Buddha died lying on his side likely with only a belly cramp (he ate some bad pork...and he was 80 years old). Lao Tzu (founder of Taoism) disappeared into the mountains riding on the back of a water buffalo; Ramana Maharshi died of cancer at age 70; etc.
Many lesser known spiritual teachers likely died agonizing deaths during times of persecution (Inquisition, etc), such as Giordano Bruno and Knight's Templar leader Jacques deMolay....but there is one interesting case of a radical, rebellious mystic living in Bhagdad around 900 AD, who preached a new religion amongst the Islamic culture of his time, a very dangerous thing to do -- and was in turn crucified for his work. His main teaching, that he was God incarnate, appears to have been an identical claim as that made by Jesus and, interestingly, he too was *crucified* for this claim.
Mother our Earth, the path of nature, our garden and our friends, within this is our salvation, our way and our hearts and our belifs..in the life and in the peace HERE after. Remember it again and live it, or face extinction on some other world in some other land and cultures mind there stands a little old white anglo man waiting to judge you to see if you are good enough for their kingdom of nothingness behind their pearly gates of oblivion.