Brother AACOOLDRE : The Anti-Christ By Friedrich Nietzsche

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    A brief exerpt:

    "Later on the church even falsified the history of man in order to make it a prologue to christianity...Paul simply shifted the center of gravity of that whole life to a place behind this existence in the lie of the "risen" Jesus.At bottom, he had no use for the life of the savior-what he needed was the death on the cross, and something more. To see anything honest in such a man as Paul, whose home was the center of the stoical enlightenment, when he converts an hallucination into a proof of the resurrection of the savior...what he himself didn't believe was swallowed readily enough by the idiots among whom he spread his teaching-what he wanted , was power; paul the priest once more reached out for power-he had use only for such concepts,teachings and symbols as served the purpose of tyrannizing over the masses and organiizing mobs".

    The Mob?
     
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    goraddy Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Paul's a crook
     
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    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    paul was a whole lot of things.
     
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    ANGELIC SOUL Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    help!

    Please expound......

    Lady Bastet
     
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    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Please read some of my other writings for the info on Paul.
     
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    Sun Ship Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The church of Paul

    The New Testament IS Pauline Christology. Most modern day Christians should be called Paulinians or Paulians.



    Peace
     
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    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thats true and Paul was a personification of hermes/Thoth which has direct links with gnostic theology. Thoth is seen by the OT, NT and Koranic writings as Satan
     
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    Your comments re: Paul are in compliance with how he is viewed astrologically. True, he was first identified with Thoth, the wisest of the Egyptian gods...and later with Hermes, the herald of the Greek Olympian gods. In astrology Paul is the intellectual Virgo, the zodiac sign that is ruled by Mercury, the planet that rules the mind...called the "messenger of the gods"...(in many Greek writings Paul is referred to as "Mercurius")...

    He spoke and wrote Greek fluently (Virgo), but with the inclusion of many second-hand semitisms (he was very critical, which is a Virgo trait). His writing style, however, was the style of a speaker. He hardly ever used a period, only dashes. Sometimes his sentences would be so long - with so many parenthetical thoughts thrown in - that a reader would forget what the subject of the sentence was before reaching the verb. His writings had the rhythm of the spoken word...reaching heights of almost poetic elegance in such passages as 1 Corinthians 13 and Romans 8:31-39...

    I overstand your statement re: the Biblical aversion to the Egyptian god Thoth, as much of the Christian tradition originates with the Egyptian god of intellectualism. As it is today, the early practitioners of Christianity wanted to be known as the inventors of religion, thus they called the Egyptian gods "satanic." However, I don't think the Holy Qur''an ever refers to them as such...
     
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    This is the irony of the Bible, as equating Paul with Thoth means that Paul is "Lucifer" or "Satan" himself, but this is where Paul himself concealed his early gnostic writings after he became an "initiate".
     
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