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Re: Christ/Ra
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Published: 16 years ago
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Re: Christ/Ra

mythic themes repeat themselves, this is true. but that happens for a reason. the mythic themes represents universal truths that are manifested over and over in different ways.

but truths have sources, and the closer to the source you get, the more clarity and freedom exist. the source of the truth known as the the "life, death, rebirth" myth is the Christ, and the Christ is fully manifest in the person of Jesus. the story of osiris is a shawdow, its a type, of the original. the fact that is manifested earlier in time is of little consequence, as mythic truth unfold exist outside of the framework of linear time.

as and far as "proving" the story of Jesus is just an amalgamation of different myths, again you are not seeing the situation.

look sometime at the paraellels betwen the lives of cardinal richelieu and charles de gaulle. the parrelels of their lives are absolutely stunning, far beyond anything mere coincidence or happenstance could explain for. so are we to assume that de gaulle never in fact existed at all? that he was just a re-tellin of the richelieu story? after all richelieu lived hundreds of years earlier, so obviously the whole "de gaulle" myth was just a fabrication, a reteilling of an earlier story, right? no of course not. hstory repeats itself, thats what it does.

but within those repititions is the path back to the source and the the source is what generates the multi faceted stories in the first place. and the source of the "life death rebirth" myth is Christ.


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