2016-01-26

Who Wrote The Bible

Vatic Note:  As  usual,  I have no idea if this analysis is true, however, it was filled with historical information that I do know is true, so it was important to put this up for our readers TO CONSIDER, and ponder and question.  Does this below make sense?   If it does than its worth considering and questioning.  Its also worth doing additional research to confirm.   That is what I intend to do and will report back when I dig further on the subject.

Here are my reservations.   In every attempt either failed or successful, that these demons have engaged in to bring down a nation, they attacked and vilified, and murdered Christians in the millions.   Well, now they plan on a WW III where Christians and Muslims kill each other off, rather than these khazars doing it as they had in the past.

Having said that,  let me assure you, they are having a dickens of a time convincing either Christians or Muslims that they need to kill each other off and its simply not happening.   Too many of us know the truth that the Muslims had nothing to do with 9-11 or anything else for that matter.  Our government is filled with Satanic Khazars, and that is why they have "TRIED" to get us to hate each other.  We no longer believe the khazars or their owned MSM any longer. In fact, we trust nothing of what our bought and paid for professional politicians tell us, or anyone else for that matter.

So, if you are a Christian hater and a Muslim hater,  and your efforts to try and start getting us to kill each other off, is failing, then what better way to bring down a religion than to slander it big time, by questioning the very foundation of their faith and both sides, use the Bible for the foundation of their faith.   Could this below, be just such an attempt????   That is a legit question and should be considered in your pondering. 



Who Wrote The Bible
https://dublinsmickdotcom.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/who-wrote-the-bible/
By Admin, Dublinsmick, Feb 17, 2014



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200 years ago the west believed the earth to be flat. These are the same people who present you with their version of the bible hammered out about 2000 years ago at the council of Nicea.

In 321 A.D. Emperor Constantine decided sunday was a day of prayer as it was a day of sun worship among the pagans. He was a suspicious man as he put to death his own son and his wife due to suspicions, he massacred all of his rivals and was then canonized.

In the Council of Ephesus, which was held in 431 A.D., monks and bishops screamed: “Whoso speaks of two natures is a Nestorius, and let him be cut asunder”. A bishop was kicked to death by another bishop in course of their arguments, and 137 corpses were left in a church to attest the convincing reasons by which the most ruffian side proved its orthodoxy.

Such were the assemblies of saints who formed the pillars of the structure of Churchianity. We can easily imagine the nature of the guiding spirit of those councils, which established the creed of the church. From the beginning of the history of churches, down to the present day, freedom of thought and freedom of speech, that are the most essential characteristics of true religion, have been suppressed; and fanaticism, bigotry, curses, anathema, religious persecution, tortures of inquisition and diabolical crimes have been committed in the name of religion.
 
Even Islam had Vedic beginnings.   Few are aware that Constantine had journeyed to India and studied Vedic text under Brahmins. Then he went to work. The Papacy was “a Vedic priesthood” until Constantine the Great killed the Vedic pope to replace him with the head of the hitherto unimportant Christian sect. This instantly ensured the Europe-wide triumph of Christianity because of the “sacred sway of the holy hoary Vedic priest known as the Shankaracharya”

There has been debate over the veracity of his faith because he was baptized only on his death bed. See article on the Constantinian Shift. He was British born. The chief priest (the Pontifex Maximus) was from the time of Constantine forced to call himself a Christian priest. Maximus is the Sanskrit term Mahattamas, i.e. “the topmost”.
 
The emperor Constantine convened the council of Nicaea around 369. He called all the “holy men” of the day who were “under divine guidance” to meet in Turkey as it was convenient for all. Eusebius was the only deacon invited due to his recent war record where brought the sword of the Lord against Arianism.

The doctrine of reincarnation was done away with and it was even debated whether or not Alexander would be divine also and equal to Jesus. Books on Arianism would be burned and anybody caught with one would be executed. That is when the killing went into high gear in Europe the Irish and Germanic nature religions would convert or die to the new Christianity of Rome.

Religion had joined hands with masonry and now labeled the eternal Vedic truths as “paganism.” Constantine began butchering the Gnostics of which the disciple Thomas was once a practitioner and the Vedic tradition of Tantrayana is very much a part of. British warlord Constantine debated as to whether or not to include Alexander along with Jesus as being divine when he murdered the Vedic priests in the Vatican, wrote the bible and mangled the ancient manuscripts to his advantage.

He had no choice at that time due to the stature of Alexander in this period. It was decided against it however. The Great one was heroic but nowhere near the statue and warrior spirit of Lord Jesus. “‘King James’ Bible in 1611, was a work of social engineering by the English Elite. This was undertaken to coral the masses into mental servitude  to Luciferianism/Rosicrucianism.

It was a step away from true spirituality, whose tenets presented a clear danger to the establishment then, and as it still does today. In the late 16th century, immediately prior to the KJV becoming the de facto standard bible, Sir John Dee, left,  was an Enochian black magician.  Dee and Francis Bacon, the author of ‘The New Atlantis’ were both instrumental in the production of the KJV.  As the Bible itself exhorts us to stay away from occult and witchcraft practices, it is paradoxical that Christians should embrace a work mastered as it was by high-ranking members of the occult.

As well as being Queen Elizabeth’s ‘spymaster’, Sir John Dee was a prominent member of The Worshipful Company of Mercers, which are Masonic Lodges by another name, led by a Worshipful Master.” http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=73505

Now getting around to the matter of what Jesus really said can be found in the Essene scrolls. How do I know this? Well because it is common sense. It fits the definition of reality and makes no money for any organization. It is in line with most other religions including native American stories. You will possibly not convince many westerners of this without it appearing in school texts, sunday school classes or Fox News and other venues.



Few are aware that Constantine had journeyed to India and studied Vedic text under Brahmins. Then he went to work. The Papacy was “a Vedic priesthood” until Constantine the Great killed the Vedic pope to replace him with the head of the hitherto unimportant Christian sect. This instantly ensured the Europe-wide triumph of Christianity because of the “sacred sway of the holy hoary Vedic priest known as the Shankaracharya” There has been debate over the veracity of his faith because he was baptized only on his death bed. See article on the Constantinian shift. He was British born.

The chief priest (the Pontifex Maximus) was from the time of Constantine forced to call himself a Christian priest. Maximus is the Sanskrit term Mahattamas, i.e. “the topmost”. The emperer Constantine convened the council of Nicaea around 369. He called all the “holy men” of the day who were “under divine guidance” to meet in Turkey as it was convenient for all. Eusebius was the only deacon invited due to his recent war record where brought the sword of the Lord against Arianism.

The doctrine of reincarnation was done away with and it was even debated whether or not Alexander would be divine also and equal to Jesus. Books on Arianism would be burned and anybody caught with one would be executed. That is when the killing went into high gear in Europe the Irish and Germanic nature religions would convert or die to the new Christianity of Rome.
 
Many of the west simply do not except anything unless it threatens to cost them their employment or a certain level of comfort. Sometimes even that is not effective. Maybe the church can save you but always remember, they want 10% off the top. Beware that faith does not overshadow reason.
 
After the closing of the Council of Nicaea in 325 CE, Bishop Eusebius Pamphilius (260-339), probably the most corrupt bishop of the Fourth Century, said:
‘It is an act of virtue to deceive and lie, when by such means the interests of the church might be promoted’.  (‘Ecclesiastical History’, Bishop Eusebius, Vol. 1, pp. 381-382)

Bishop Eusebius stood on a pulpit in the town square and announced to ‘the groveling rabble’ that Emperor Constantine’s 78 year-old mother, Helena had undertaken ‘a great trip’, and ‘dug up’ the cross upon which Jesus Christ was crucified (‘Vita Constantini’, 3, 41-47). At the same time, she ‘discovered’ other remarkable relics that make pale into triviality the later discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb-treasures.

Amongst them were two sealed clay jars, one containing the precious last breath of Jesus Christ, and the other, beams of light from the Star of Bethlehem. Helena’s public showings of her ‘Jesus treasures’ were displayed with great fanfare and coincided with Emperor Constantine’s announcement that the first 50 ‘New Testimonies’ were soon to be written:


‘Great mobs of ignorant rabble, slaves and seamen, the lowest populace, peasants, drunks and hoards of women … lined up to view the fabrications, and the presbyters schemed to this end and devoured the people’s means’.
(‘Catech’, xviii, 7-8; also Schaff, ‘History of the Christian Church’)


To such an extent had the frauds of false relics of the Christian priests been thus early systematized and raised to the dignity of a regular doctrine that Bishop Eusebius, in one of the most learned and elaborate works that antiquity has left us, the ‘Thirty-second Chapter of the Twelfth Book of his Evangelical Preparation’, bore for its title this proposition: ‘How it may be Lawful and Fitting to use Falsehood as a Medicine, and for the Benefit of those who Want to be Deceived’.

The counterfeit of Christianity

It seems that Bishop Eusebius’ ‘cross’ of Christ failed to endure, for the Vatican informs us that ‘there is no proof of the use of a cross until much later’ than the 6th Century (‘Catholic Encyclopedia’, Farley Ed. Vol., iv, pp. 517-537; ‘New Catholic Encyclopedia’, iv, 475). Church archives record that its general use was ratified at the Sixth Ecumenical Council in 680 (Sixth Ecumenical Council; Canon 82), where it was decreed that ‘the figure of a man fastened to a cross be now adopted’.

Around a century later, Pope Hadrian 1 (772-95) officially ratified that a man on a cross ‘would be worshipped’ (Origin of Religious Belief, Draper, p. 252) and the Council of Nicaea in 787 decreed that ‘image – worship of a man on a cross now be adopted’ (ibid).

The unreality of the Christian cross

However, the concept of a ‘cross’ didn’t catch on fully for another 500 years, and it was ‘not until around the 13th Century AD’ (‘New Catholic Encyclopedia’, Farley Ed., Vol. iv, p. 485) that the custom of portraying a distressed man on a cross, sometimes in a state of advanced putrefaction, began to develop. Pictorial presentations showing the highest state of suffering possible then started to emerge and gave the finishing touches to the Vatican’s fabrication of a Christian ‘cross’ that took around 1000 years to fully come into being.

‘This terrifying description … inspired many an artist of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries … and passed to the uneducated as history’.
(‘Ecclesiastical History’, Johann L. Mosheim, D.D., Christian historian, London, 1825 Ed., Vol. 6, MS. 248)
The unreality of the Christian ‘cross’ was again confirmed during the period of the Reformation (14th – 17th) when a Royal Commission was appointed to enquire into the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. Numbering among its members were ten bishops, and the Commission subsequently recommended that the use of a ‘cross’ was ‘tending to superstition and should be laid aside’ (‘The Catholic Dictionary’, Addis and Arnold, ‘Baptism’, 1917). This recommendation had the authority of all members, and it further asserted that the sign of the cross should not be used in Christian baptism in British churches (‘The British Church’, Major J. Samuels, V. D., R G A).
Catholic authors invented encyclopedic entries.
The ‘cross’ was made official to Catholicism in 1754 when Pope Benedict XIV (1740-1758) decreed that the icon was to be displayed on every church and at every altar (‘Catholic Church Conspiracies’, Lady Eugene Heron, London, 1949). In referring to Benedict’s Decree, the Vatican added this extraordinary comment:
‘Moderns experience difficulty in understanding religious belief … Benedict’s [Benedict XIV, d. 1758] policy from this time forward eliminated any aversion to the concept [of the invention of the cross], for often an obscure expression of the circumstances of our Lord’s death is more clearly explained by Catholic authors who are to be treated with especial regard, giving them the benefit of the doubt wherever possible. Thus proofs of the rational as well of the dogmatic order unite in justifying and defending the gradual development of the cross in Christian history’.
(‘Catholic Encyclopedia’, Pecci Ed., Vol. ii, p. 366)
The unreality of the Christian cross is thereby revealed in the Vatican’s own official records, and today believers in Christ proudly wear a ‘cross’ around their neck as a sign of their faith, not knowing that it was invented by the very Church that they support.
Source is vatileaks.com

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Enquiry.....you normally post 2-3 articles per day....when in good health.
I hope you are feeling better, by the way ?

Today, in the UK there is only one article posted.

I am wondering if you have posted one article or, have others been posted but......have gone "walkabout" ? ?

Vatic Master said...

Your right, and thanks for noticing. I usually post 3 articles per day, unless one is extremely long, then I will post only two. I am still sick and had to go to the doctor today, got medication and need some other things done so I am just now posting for tonight at midnight. Last night I was just too sick to do all of them and got only one up.

Hopefully tonight will be better. It takes a great deal of time to post just one, so you can imagine how much time it takes to post 3. That does not include all the reading I have to do, analyze it and then decide if its one that is worth putting up. If you only se one tomorrow, that means I didn't make it through the process without getting tired from being sick. Its the damn chemtrails.

American Action Report said...

The article is loaded with non sequiturs, and I noticed some inaccuracies besides. Regarding the non sequiturs, most of the article consists of ad hominem attacks on people who were badly behaved. Little or none of it gives us any reason to transfer ill feelings about those people to the Bible itself. On top to that, the author offers no sources or other evidence for his accusations. As for inaccuracies, he says that crucifixion didn't come about until the sixth century. The historian Josephus reported an incident in which there were thousands of crucifixions. Even if the article were accurate, I don't see that it has any point.
A writer would better spend his time pointing to how the church has always (even today) stood on the side of mammon and against the teachings of Jesus.

Dublnmick said...

I have a goiter myself. Don't know if it is the chemtrails or Fukushima.

Thanks for the link.

The Mickster

Anonymous said...

Be kind to yourself Vatic Master.

What you and other Integrity Bloggers do is.....totes amazeballs.

We the people.....owe you.

dublinsmick said...

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