Re: Jesus = Lucifer = THE Devil

Cassandra Taylor (
Fri, 09 Aug 1996 21:32:22 -0700

C. Marc Wagner -- Unix Systems Specialist wrote:
> > Vinodh Kumar <101352.2037@CompuServe.COM> wrote:
> >
> > >The christian bible, according to authors Leo Panakal and Vinodh
> > >Kumar, is nothing less than a malignant fraud that went undetected
> > >for two thousand years.
> >
> > For two thousand years, there has always been someone claiming that
> > the Bible is a fraud. So if it were true, then "undetected for two
> > thousand years" would certainly be false.
> >
> > >The bible comprises the self-expression of Lucifer, the fallen
> > >rebel archangel and devil supreme, who affects himself in it as
> > >the christian god, a conscious parody of Easwara of the Sanskrit
> > >scriptures.
> ...
> How in the World did this thread start in this group? No matter...
> As most of us are acutely aware, most ancient Scriptures, regardless of
> "religious origin" share their roots in legend (oral histories, passed
> down for many generations, before they were ever written down.) We also
> know that twenty people can sit in a room and whisper to each other, one
> at a time, and by the time the story reaches the other side of the room,
> it is vastly different than the original! Personally I am amazed that
> Genesis does as good a job as it does at describing Evolution,
> considering the scribes that recorded there "oral histories" knew very
> lttiel aboiut the physical world around them!
> To blindly compare Christianity to all of the other religions of the
> World is to miss the point. If we look closely, all of the Scriptures
> associated with our "belief systems" share a very anceitn yet common
> thread!
> It doesn't matter if you are a Christian or a Buddhist (sp?), a Jew or a
> Hinduu. If you read the Scriptures in their proper context, you will
> get the point, if you don't you won't. It is not always easy to
> understand the context but it is essential to understanding the text.
> Each and every religion has its zealots and those zealots miss the point
> as well!
> Any author which chooses to attack the figures found in a Scripture as
> inherently evil based upon other figrues found in other Scripture are
> themselves engaging in "circular argument" for no other purpose than to
> "prove their own point."
> Let's not waste our time labelling ancient texts as "good" or "evil" --
> instead, let's explore the effects of ancient legends on ancient
> populations. That's what were here for. Right?
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Hear! Hear!
Couldn't have said it better myself. BTW, How DID this subject get
started in THIS newsgroup!