- May 26, 2019
Interesting...Jesus is not an historical figure. He is for all practical purposes a copy from the story of The Babylonian Christ. In the British museum, today there is an ancient tablet dating back to about 2000 BCE well before the life of Jesus.
This Babylonian tablet tells of a story dating some 2000 years before Jesus therefore The Christian Passion story is just a copy of The Babylonian story. Below you will find the undeniable similarities of both stories...
The Assyrian-Babylonian Bel Myth Parallels to the Christian Jesus Myth
The Assyrian-Babylonian Bel Myth The Jesus Myth 1. The Arrest of Bel [In the Month of Nisan-- April] 1. The Arrest of Jesus [In the Month of April] 2. The Trial of Bel 2. The Trial of Jesus 3. A Priest/Judge Asks "What is his sin?" 3. Pilate Asks "What evil has he done?" [St. Matthew 27:23] 4. The Judgment Against Bel 4. The Judgment Against Jesus 5. Water Is Brought to the Building for the Washing of Hands 5. Pilate Washes His Hands [St. Matthew 27:24] 6. The Scourging of Bel 6. The Scourging of Jesus 7. A Criminal Condemned to Die with Bel Is Released 7. Criminals Are Condemned to Die with Jesus; Barrabas Is Released 8. Bel is Led Away to the Mount (a sacred grove on a hilltop)
[See Note 1 below]
8. Jesus is Led Away to Golgotha (a hill called The Skull)
[See Note 1 below]
9. Bel is Executed [Bel is "Bound/Caused to Perish"—Most likely Crucified] 9. Jesus is Executed/Crucified [See Note 2 below] 10. A Commotion: A Riot Begins in a Nearby City 10. A Commotion: An Earthquake, the Renting of the Veil of the Temple, The Dead Rise, and Walk and Talk with the Living 11. Bel's Clothes Are Taken Away 11. Jesus' Clothes Are Taken Away 12. A Burial Garment Is Put Onto Bel's Body 12. Jesus' Body Is Wrapped in a Burial Garment
You folks may also want to pick up a copy of the book (Christianity Before Christ) there have been many Christ figures before this so-called Jesus.
The Assyrian and Babylonian Bel Myth Parallels to the Christian Jesus Myth