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Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Sun Of God

I've heard and read about the similarities of the origins of different religious figures throughout history but I've never actually seen it spelled out so clearly and concisely as in this video. Very interesting stuff:


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5 comments:

gregchaos said...

Sun worship is the major thread running through all this and perhaps its time to consider whether the ancient intuition was right.

Modern solar science makes a mockery of the dead ball of fire idea, revealing seven very different layers to this complex functioning organism, and an electro-magnetic field encircling the planets in a protective embrace.

What brings life to our bodies is energy. Stars make their own energy fields as they release the light of life to the likes of us. Everything from an atom upwards has an energy field. Dive deeper at http://www.sunofgod.net

magpie said...

Although I find this interesting I also think the presentation is rather too neat.
I froze the segment at the list of all the figures supposedly similar to Christ and they look a little suspect.

Thor? Seriously? Yeah he was the son of Odin (wonderful thing, Marvel Comics...) but so what?
The Japanese one was "Mikado", which is just an old word for emperor (and the title of a musical). By "Shintoos" I think they mean Shinto, an animist belief system with no messianic theme.

JBW said...

I of course don't take everything this video says as gospel (no pun intended) magpie, I was just interested in the similarities and interconnectedness of many of the world's major religions.

And despite my buddy gregchaos' admonitions, I don't think I'll be worshipping the sun anytime soon either. Maybe if I tanned better but that fiery orb and I have an adversarial relationship that goes back many years.

B and D said...

I recall some purple feet circa 1993 that were pretty effin painful. Thank you, Lake Bryan.

JBW said...

Oh, the purple feet... You won that round, Monsieur Soleil! In fact, I'm sure that incident somewhat directly contributed to my current anathema to footwear.