Book II - The Wildest Stories Ever Told

Part XIII - Easter: The Big Event That Never Happened

This includes the Crucifixion, the Resurrection, the Ascension, the Rapture and all the rest of that sorry claptrap.

For more than seventeen centuries Christian adherents, meaning mostly the White Race, have been so cowed and Intimidated by the High  Priesthood of Christianity that they hardly dared ask even the most obvious questions about "the faith" and some of those who did were  tortured, hanged or burned at the stake. More recently, these unanswered questions are beginning to surface and press for answers. One of  the most obvious questions is this: Are the "Sacred Scriptures" really founded on substantiated historical fact, or are they just lying to the  bamboozled followers?

There are several scholarly theological study groups that are taking a second look at what has for so long been deemed as the GOSPEL  TRUTH. One of these is a group of biblical scholars called the JESUS SEMINAR who recently met in Sonoma, California to study the question  of whether or not Jesus really said that he would return on clouds of glory to gather the righteous just before the end of the world. This group  consists of some 125 scholars drawn from Wesleyan University, De Paul University, the University of Minnesota and several dozen other  colleges.

The group was formed in 1 985 in Berkeley, CA, and has spent the last four years critically examining the Gospels in an effort to  separate what they think Jesus actually said, from words that might have been attributed to him later by zealous, early Christian writers. I  believe that this is a fairly intelligent approach, since even the most gullible Christian admits that Christ never wrote a single word for posterity,  (once, he supposedly wrote in the sand). Everything he is supposed to have said is only the product of hearsay, written by scribblers of  unknown origin who had never personally seen or heard him.

Last October this seminar group met in Atlanta and achieved some notoriety when, after an in-depth study of the scriptures, the majority voted  that Jesus never wrote the LORD'S PRAYER. The prayer contained some of Christ's "ideas", but was really composed many years later by  early Christians, the seminar concluded.

This year in last month's meeting in Sonoma, a second look was focused on the Second Coming. Did Jesus actually say he was coming back  to gather up his faithful flock at the end of the world, or did someone else write this nonsense for posterity? This time the seminar's vote was  even more decisive than the one last October. The seminar voted by a lopsided 75 percent majority that Jesus did not predict the end of the  world, nor that he would ever return. His supposed description of the Second Coming is to be found in the Gospel of Mark (Chapter 13, verses  24-27). The seminar however, concluded that this Gospel was composed at least four decades after the Crucifixion, and the Gospel writer,  whoever he was, drew on Old Testament sources in the Book of Daniel.

Moslems are evidently not the only ones whose ire is aroused when someone questions the validity of their pet fantasies. Christians are every  bit as fanatic. Dr. Robert Funk, who is the head of the seminar, received an anonymous letter which warned that: "if Iran's leader can give (a  death threat) for someone trying to run down the Moslem religion, you should get a death threat too - for undermining the blessed-by-the-Holy-  Spirit Bible." Shades of Ayatollah! Shades of the Inquisition!

Since it is now that time of year again, let us take a long, objective look at the Easter story and see what the big ruckus is all about. Basically,  the stories are told in the four Gospels; Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. They are all supposedly telling the "Gospel Truth", and since all four  Gospels describe the same set of events, they should coincide to the last detail. Furthermore, since the Christian priesthood claims that all the  scriptures are holy, guided by the hand of the "Holy Spirit", the Super Spook who knows all, sees all. Is super smart and never makes a  mistake, how does it happen that there are so many discrepancies, variations and outright contradictions in the four versions as told by  Matthew, Mark, Luke and John?

The basic story, as all the world knows. Is about a central character named Jesus Christ who supposedly was sent down to earth to save us  poor deluded sinners from suffering the ultimate fate of being fried in hell forever and a day, a booby trap he and his father had themselves  constructed, in order to save us all. It was ordained by his father that he be let loose on earth to preach a new line (from the Old Testament) for  three short years and set us all straight. Then the script calls for him being nailed to the cross, stabbed in the side by a spear, and left to die.  This is supposed to bring us "salvation" and save us all from the grisly fate of being forever barbecued in hell. A weird story? Yes, indeed, and  it would be considered a bizarre episode even in such TV fantasies as THE TWILIGHT ZONE series.

Now you would think that with such an important script, being guided by the hand of the Super Spook himself, these fellows, Matthew, Mark,  Luke and John would get their act together and be able to tell a straight story that would stand up in court, but they do not. Their four different  versions are full of holes, discrepancies and contradictions. Having just read all four versions, here are some (not all) of the discrepancies I find  in just a cursory examination.

The 'Betrayal"

In Matthew, Jesus is betrayed by Judas and supposedly identified by kissing him. One of Jesus' disciples draws a sword to defend him and  struck a servant of the high priest. Jesus tells him to put away his sword and says "Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to my Father and he  shall give me twelve legions of angels? But how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled that thus it must be?"

Evidently the script had been scripted in advance by him and his father and they were bound to play it as planned. It would therefore seem that  those nasties who crucified him were only carrying out a pre-written drama as scripted by Father and Son, who were really one, if you get the  drift. Therefore poor Judas was only carrying out his pre-destined role in a drama over which he had no control (God knows all, sees all, not a  hair falls from your head or a sparrow from the roof but HE wills it. Remember?).

To Judas credit, since he was picked to play the heavy. It says in Chapter 27 of Matthew that he repented the role he played, returned the thirty  pieces of silver and hanged himself. Such a deal! Poor Judas! If only the thousands of White race-traitors in "our" U.S. government (JOG) who  are betraying the White Race today would have as much integrity as did poor Judas and do likewise!

In Mark the same episode is described differently, and Jesus does not make the same speech about being able to call up twelve legions of  angels at will, but instead says in effect: Hey, I was in the temple any number of times. Why didn't you take me then? in Luke the story is  similar but the dialogue is altogether different. In neither Mark nor Luke does it say anything about Judas repenting or hanging himself. In  John's version it says nothing about the Judas kiss, but instead as Judas and the multitude come to "arraign" him Jesus Just says. Whom seek  ye? and when the crowd says Jesus of Nazareth, he answers, I am he. Simple as that. Nothing about Judas kissing or hanging.

Lugging the Cross

There are similar contradictions about Jesus lugging that cross up the hill. In the first three versions a fellow by the name of Simon, the  Cyrenlan, carries the cross, with Jesus walking ahead of him. In John's version Jesus drags it up the hill himself with his head encrusted by a  crown of thorns. Whom can you believe?

The Crucifixion

In Matthew and in Mark, Jesus was crucified in a place called Golgotha. In Luke he was crucified on a hill called Calvary. In John, he again  returned to a place called Golgotha where he was crucified. Come on, fellows. If you must lie, at least get your story straight

King of the Jews

One thing all four "Gospels" agree on is that a sign was nailed at the top of the cross proclaiming that Christ was The King of the Jews,  although they all differed somewhat in the exact wording. Matthew: This is Jesus the King of the Jews. Mark: The King of the Jews. Luke: This  is the King of the Jews. John: Jesus of Nazareth the King of the Jews. Question: Why should the Gentiles be so hopped up about some  mythical king of Jews?

Last Words

There Is a drastic discrepancy as to what Christ's last words were before he gave up the ghost. According to Matthew, as the moment of truth  arrived, Jesus became desperate and cried out in a loud voice (in Jewish yet) My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? A damn good  question. Where was the Super Spook while all this was going on? in Mark's version he says the same thing in Jewish Eloi, Eioi lama  sabachthani? Except in Matthew "Eloi" Is spelled "Eli". In Luke his last words were altogether different and Jesus is quoted as saying: Father  forgive them for they know not what they do. He then gave up the ghost. In the John version we have another set of dialogue. As Jesus was  hanging on the cross he saw his mother below and said to her. Woman, behold thy son! Then saith he to the disciple, Behold thy mother! Next  he is quoted as saying I thirst. Someone thrust up a sponge filled with vinegar and put it to his mouth. Then in John 19:30 it says: When Jesus  had received the vinegar, he said, it is finished; and he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

The Resurrection

We now come to the so-called resurrection about which there is much hocus-pocus and there are a variety of versions. In fact, too many to  recapitulate in much detail here. According to Matthew, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the sepulchre. And behold there was  a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven and rolled back the stone from the door and sat upon it.

Mark tells It differently. Mary M. and Mary, the mother of James, and a third woman by the name of Salome went to the sepulchre to bring  sweet spices and anoint Jesus. When they got there the stone had already been rolled away, and when they entered the tomb they found a  young man sitting on the right side, supposedly an angel who told them Jesus had left. It says nothing about an earthquake. In Luke it tells a  similar story, except it says the women entered into the tomb, found no body, but there were two angels in shining garments. In John's version  Mary Magdalene runs into the sepulchre by herself while it was still dark and finds the stone rolled away (nothing about angels). She then runs  back to tell Simon Peter and the other disciple that Christ is missing. Then all three of them run back to the tomb. Still no angels, but what a  story.

The Ascension

There are a number of severely conflicting versions about the Ascension. Matthew says absolutely nothing about such nonsense. According to  Mark, Jesus delivered a short peroration to his eleven, and after he had spoken, he was received up into heaven and sat on the right hand of  God. In the Luke version Jesus is engaged in a number of strange incidents, has a number of conversations and then at Bethany, as he was  blessing a number of people, he lifted up his hands, parted from them and was carried up into heaven. In the last Chapter of John the story is  altogether different again, and much garbled. Evidently after the resurrection, Jesus appears to many people, wanders much, preaches much,  and in the end sort of fades into the sunset. But It says nothing about an ascension.

The Rapture

The ascension seems like such a jolly good experience that a number of Christian fanatics are convinced that they too can and will at the end  of time experience what is called The Rapture. I have seen bumper stickers on cars which say, "In case of The Rapture this vehicle will be  unmanned." Evidently they believe that they (being, oh so righteous!) will be sucked up as in a huge vacuum cleaner and zoomed up into  heaven.

So much for all the hocus-pocus about the crucifixion, the resurrection, the ascension and the rapture. There is not one shred of historical  evidence that any of this nonsense has ever happened. It is all based on stories supposedly told by the four "Gospels", Matthew, Mark, Luke  and John. But we know nothing about them either anymore than we know about Mother Goose, the cat and the fiddle and the cow that  supposedly jumped over the moon.

All we have is literature of unknown origins, concocted and revamped by anonymous people, now long  dead and unknown. Is there any reason to believe them? I think not. Not only are these stories bizarre beyond belief, but as we have just  witnessed, the different versions of the key events don't mesh. All I can say about whoever the people were who put these stories together is that the least they could do if they are going to lie to us, is to keep their stories consistent.

Actually Easter is an outgrowth of a combination of Pagan festivals celebrating Spring and/or the Vernal Equinox. Such festivals were well  established, and one of them was in honor of Eastre, Eostre or Ostara, the pagan Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring or dawn, akin to East. It also  surfaced in ancient Teutonic mythology. When Christianity became more powerful and pervasive, they usurped this pagan holiday and  converted it Into a Christian festival with their own concocted mythology as we have explored in the previous passages. Of course now we also  have the Easter Bunny, its eggs (which any good Christian can tell you is symbolic of Jesus' "rebirth"), and all the other crass commercial  trappings, not unlike Christmas, to which the Jew looks forward so eagerly ($$$) each year.

If the Jesus Seminar we mentioned in the beginning continues to "investigate" the Scriptures as they are committed to doing, I believe they will  divulge one hoax after another, until in the end they will come to the same conclusion as I did some eighteen years ago - namely, the whole  spooks in the sky swindle is just that. Whether they are already aware of it and do not dare tell the whole story all at once, remains to be seen.

Regardless, we Creators have seen through this whole Jewish mess and have thrown it overboard for the garbage it is. We find the whole  mess repugnant to our natural instincts as we do the Christian symbol of a dead Jew being nailed to a cross. How ghoulish! If we were to use a  parallel symbol of, say, a dead horse thief hanging by the neck from a rope as our logo for Creativity, people would think we had gone bonkers,  but it would be no more outrageous and repugnant than is the symbol of the cross. The whole Christian thing is a Jewish swindle from  beginning to end, one that has needlessly laid a heavy guilt complex on the White Race for many centuries. It is my prediction that until we  replace Jewish Christianity with a healthy racial religion of our own we will never escape from the clutches of the Jewish vampire.

As we expand our own White Man's religion, based on the Eternal Laws of Nature, the Lessons of History and on Logic and Common Sense,  we will again celebrate Easter as once did our pagan ancestors, as a happy and natural festival of Spring and the Vernal Equinox.

Never trust a Christian. Anyone who will lie to himself will lie to others.

Book II - The Wildest Stories Ever Told

Part XIII - Easter: The Big Event That Never Happened

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