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Re: Christ/Ra


Are Ausar and Jesus two different entities? If we are to believe so, then surely our belief is based on faith and not historical fact or accuracy, for there is no such thing. Are Ausar and Jesus not indicative of what we can all achieve, should we live according to the simple principles that guarantee the immortality of our soul?

The Biblical character of Jesus has been proven to be an amalgamation of many different religious and mythical figures from throughout the preceding ages. His miracles, his deeds, his words, his actions, all "borrowed" from archetypes of previous religions and faiths.

I would never say that Jesus never existed, as one can never know, but for any scholar of ancient texts, societies and sects, it is clearly evident that Christianity is a plagiarisation and all tales and fables therein are (distorted) recollections of far older happenings. This makes their message nonetheless true or profound, however. Worship the message, not the man...

Jesus can be dissected symbolically to such an extent that the man becomes nothing more than an anthropomorphic representation of the seasons, of the passing of time, and of the attainment of higher awareness.

Jesus is no more the son of God than I am, or you are, or anyone else for that matter. A child of light's creation, a product of the Heavenly Father: one Son of the one Sun.

 

 
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