Ever since I knew Christianity was a Lie, it bugged me as to where did they come up with the name ‘Jesus’. Here is The Answer:
Tony Bushby (The Forged Origins Of The New Testament. Article in Nexus Magazine: Vol. 14, Nu. 4)
Constantine was the ruling spirit at Nicea and he ultimately decided upon a new god…To involve British factions,he ruled that the name for the great Druid god, Hesus, be joined with the Eastern Savior-god Krishna (Krishna is Sanskrit for Christ), and then Hesus Krishna would be the official name of the new Roman god.
The trip is that Christians have unknowingly been praying to Krishna all this time, along with the Druid god.
Here is a super comment I received from a friend on this post on FB:
Ray Belahi Entire Old Testament was plagiarized from ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian and of course, Egyptian texts!
Constantine made-up sign of crucifix out of thin air to validate Christianity and its forged biblical stories, including names of characters.
It’s fascinating and intriguing, even from Old to New Testaments, every passage on Jesus was narrated based on alleged accounts or literally “urban legend” by someone else who has never seen him.
Moreover, there’s no physical evidence or DNA trace anywhere throughout Middle East, pointing to the existence of this person called Jesus Christ.
Isaiah 45: 7 (KJV) I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.
What kind of Asshole would create evil? An Almighty Asshole, not an All Loving All Powerful Lord! Your Evil bible has just been sunk, burn that TRASH! Radical Love Atheist strikes!
There is so much debate on who Jesus was. Mainline Christian scholars say he existed. Non-Mainline Scholars say that he never did.
I would like you to consider the following info, and connect the dots. Do you see what I see? Ancient Paintings hold the key.
Sabazios (Ancient Greek: Σαβάζιος, Sabázios, modern pronunciation Savázios) is the nomadic horseman and sky father god of the Phrygians and Thracians. In Indo-European languages, such as Phrygian, the -zios element in his name derives from dyeus, the common precursor of Latin deus (‘god’) and Greek Zeus. Though the Greeks interpreted Phrygian Sabazios as both Zeus and Dionysus, representations of him, even into Roman times, show him always on horseback, as a nomadic horseman god, wielding his characteristic staff of power.