There is a long list of saviors who were said to have descended from heaven, taken the form of men, and furnished evidence of their divine origin by various miracles and marvelous works. Each laid the foundation for salvation, all were worshipped as Gods or sons of Gods, many were said to have been born to virgins, and many were also said to have been crucified.

Mythical Messiahs

Horus of Egypt (3000 BC) Born December 25th of a virgin, there was a star in the east, three kings, teacher at 12, baptized and started a ministry at the age of 30, he had 12 disciples, performed miracles, known as the lamb of god, the truth, the light, etc. He was crucified, dead three days and resurrected.

Here are some others in the history of the world who were born under the SAME circumstances....

Dionysus of Greece (500 BC)
Mithra of Persia (600 BC)
Krishna of India (900 BC)
Attis of Greece (1200 BC)
 

A few more:

  • Alcides of Thebes - divine redeemer born of a virgin around 1200 BCE
  • Attis of Phrygia 1170 BC - mythical consort of the Great Mother of the Gods; worshipped in Phrygia, Asia Minor, and later throughout the Roman Empire, where he was made a solar deity in the 2nd century AD. The Anacalypsis informs us that several histories are given to this crucified Messiah, but all concur in representing him as having been an atoning offering for sin. And the Latin phrase suspensus lingo, found in his history, indicates the manner of his death. He was suspended on a tree, crucified, buried and rose again.
  • Baal and Taut "The only begotten of God" from Phoenecia - Baal (Lord) is the Phoenician God of hilltops, mountains, and high places.
  • Budha Sakia of India - Buddha Sakia, which means the Holy Sakia, is believed to have been an incarnation of Vishnu. His advent upon this earth is described: “He who is omnipresent and everlastingly to be contemplated, the Supreme Being, the Eternal One, the Divinity worthy to be adored, appeared in this ocean of natural beings, with a portion of his divine nature.” Born into a family of a kingly line. His mother is said to have been a Virgin named Maia, who conceived him by a ray of light. The date of his birth is veiled in obscurity, and varies in different countries. According to Mongol records it was two thousand one hundred and thirty-four years before the Christian era.
  • Chrishna of Hindostan - the writings of Apollonius were re-written and plagiarized by Roman churchmen at the Council of Nicea 300 years later. In the fourth century, A.D., Hierocles accused the Christian priesthood of inventing a messiah by combining the name of the Druid sun god, Iesus, from the Western half of Constantine's Roman empire with the name Chrishna, from the Eastern half, which was changed to Christ.
  • Crite of Chaldaea 1200 BC - The Chaldeans have noted in their sacred books the crucifixion of a god with the above name. He was also known as the Redeemer, and was styled the Ever Blessed Son of God, the savior of the Race, the Atoning Offering for an Angry God. When he was offered up, both heaven and earth were shaken to their foundations.
  • Devatat of Siam, Ixion of Rome, Apollonius of Tyana in Cappadocia, are all reported to have died on the cross." It is curious that Christian writers will recount a long list of miracles and remarkable incidents in the life of Apollonius of Tyana, the Cappadocian savior, forming a parallel to those of the Christian savior, yet say not a word about his crucifixion. Christian writers find it necessary to omit the crucifixion of these saviors fearing the telling would lessen the spiritual force of the crucifixion of Christ, which has to be unique. They thus exalted the tradition of the crucifixion into the most important dogma of the Christian faith. Hence, their efforts to conceal from the public the fact that it is of pagan origin.
  • Divine teachings of Plato - Plato is credited with starting Idealism with his teachings of only ideas are real and all other things only reflect ideas. According to Plato, the most important idea is the idea of good and using skills of knowledge to serve humanity. His ideas about soul immortality and eternity contributed to the development of Christian theology.
  • Hesus of the Celtic Druids 834 BC - The Celtic Druids depict their god Hesus as having been crucified with a lamb on one side and an elephant on the other, and that this occurred long before the Christian era. The elephant, being the largest animal known, was chosen to represent the magnitude of the sins of the world, while the lamb, from its proverbial innocent nature, was chosen to represent the innocence of the victim, the god offered as a propitiatory sacrifice. We have the Lamb of God taking away the sins of the world. The Lamb of God could therefore have been borrowed from the Druids. This legend was found in Gaul long before Jesus Christ was known to history.
  • Horus (3000 BC) - is one of the oldest and most significant deities in ancient Egyptian religion, who was worshipped from at least the late Predynastic period through to Greco-Roman times. Different forms of Horus are recorded in history, and these are treated as distinct gods by Egypt specialists. Horus was born to the goddess Isis after she retrieved all the dismembered body parts of her murdered husband Osiris, except his penis which was thrown into the Nile and eaten by a catfish, and used her magic powers to resurrect Osiris and fashion a gold phallus to conceive her son. Once Isis knew she was pregnant with Horus, she fled to the Nile Delta marshlands to hide from her brother Set who jealously killed Osiris and who she knew would want to kill their son. There Isis bore a divine son, Horus.
  • Indra of Tibet - This Tibetan savior is shown nailed to the cross. There are five wounds, representing the nail-holes and the piercing of the side. The antiquity of the story is beyond dispute. Marvelous stories are told of the birth of the Divine Redeemer. His mother was a virgin of black complexion, and hence his complexion was of the ebony hue, as in the case of Christ and some other sin-atoning saviors. He descended from heaven on a mission of benevolence, and ascended back to the heavenly mansion after his crucifixion. He led a life of strict celibacy, which, he taught, was essential to true holiness. He inculcated great tenderness toward all living beings. He could walk upon the water or upon the air; he could foretell future events with great accuracy. He practiced the most devout contemplation, severe discipline of the body and mind, and completely subdued his passions. He was worshiped as a god who had existed as a spirit from all eternity, and his followers were called Heavenly Teachers.
  • Ixion - 400 BC, was crucified on a wheel, the rim representing the world, and the spokes constituting the cross. He bore the burden of the world, the sins of the world, on his back while suspended on the cross. He was therefore called the crucified spirit of the world.
  • Mithras of Persia 600 BC - This Persian God was slain upon the cross to make atonement for mankind, and to take away the sins of the world. He was born on the twenty-fifth day of December, and crucified on a tree. Christian writers both speak of his being slain, and yet both omit to speak of the manner in which he was put to death.
    And the same policy has been pursued with respect to other crucified gods of the pagans, as we have shown.
  • Thulis of Egypt 1700 BC - Thulis of Egypt, whence comes Ultima Thule, died the death of the cross about thirty-five hundred years ago. Ultima Thule was the island which marked the ultimate bounds of the extensive empire of this legitimate descendant of the gods. This Egyptian savior appears also to have been known as Zulis. His history is curiously illustrated in the sculptures, made seventeen hundred years BC of a small, retired chamber lying nearly over the western adytum of the temple. Twenty-eight lotus plants near his grave indicate the number of years he lived on the earth. After suffering a violent death, he was buried, but rose again, ascended into heaven, and there became the judge of the dead, or of souls in a future state. He came down from heaven to benefit mankind, and that he was said to be full of grace and truth.


Epicurus, ancient Greek philosopher (341-270 BC). Epicurus was a central figure in the development of science and the scientific method, He insisted that "nothing should be believed, except that which was tested through direct observation and logical deduction."

Epicurus laid the foundation of ethics called the "Ethic of Reciprocity", what we know as the "Golden Rule." He followed atomism which was the theory that atoms, or minute, indivisible, and indestructible particles are the basic components of the entire universe, very similar to quantum physics.

He regularly admitted women and slaves into his school and was one of the first Greeks to break from the god-fearing and god-worshipping tradition common at the time. Epicurus participated in the activities of traditional Greek religion, but taught that one should avoid holding false opinions about the gods. The gods are immortal and blessed and men who ascribe any additional qualities that are alien to immortality and blessedness are, according to Epicurus, impious. The gods do not punish the bad and reward the good as the common man believes. The opinion of the crowd is, Epicurus claims, that the gods "send great evils to the wicked and great blessings to the righteous who model themselves after the gods," whereas Epicurus believes the gods, in reality, do not concern themselves at all with human beings.
 
"It is not the man who denies the gods worshipped by the multitude, who is impious, but he who affirms of the gods what the multitude believes about them." 

The so-called, "Infallible Pope", is part of the biggest con in human history. I just came across a very interesting definition of Papal infallibility. 

Papal infallibility is defined as "a dogma of the Catholic Church which states that, in virtue of the promise of Jesus to Peter, the Pope is preserved from the possibility of error." The promise Jesus made is stated in Matthew 16:18, "And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." 

So if Jesus, the cornerstone and foundation of the Christian faith, signifies that the "Pope is preserved from the possibility of error", there is certainly a fly in the ointment of Christianity. By now, we know the popes have been a long, long, way from perfect. Sure, no humans are perfect, but your common, ordinary human being is not ordained to be infallible, the pope is. However, some of these men have been the most evil among us. 

Let's take a look at some of these "infallible men" ...

  • Pope Alexander VI (1492-1503) - organized and participated in the "worst orgy ever in the Vatican." He had sex with promiscuous women while unwed and sworn to celibacy and a life devoted to God. Was known to fornicate regularly with his two sisters and his own daughter.
     
  • Pope Damasus I (366-384) - women and children were bought and sold as sex slaves to increase funding for the church at Damasus's design. Anyone who opposed Pope Damasus tyrannical rule would be tortured and burned alive. There were forty-four bishops who abhorred the acts of Pope Damasus I and had found him guilty of adultery on many counts. Unfortunately, the office of the Pope was a strong central figurehead and Pope Damasus I weaseled his way through being convicted of the crimes that he was known to commit on a regular basis. After the charges had passed, all forty-four bishops were murdered at the order of Damasus I. What could be done? Nothing. Damasus I was also the first among Popes to instill the concept that the papacy was a supreme office of God, using the Petrine text in the Holy book of Matthew to support his claims. The Petrine Primacy is the doctrine held by some Christians - especially Roman Catholics - that Simon Peter was the most prominent of the Twelve Apostles. They believe he had been distinguished by Jesus of Nazareth to hold the first place of honor and authority.
     
  • Pope Benedict IX (1032-1048) - nephew to two previous Popes that resided in the Vatican, Pope Benedict IX was mentioned in the Catholic Encyclopedia as "a disgrace to the chair of Peter." "He raped the office of Pope in every way he could from murder to adultery and just about all else." Because of the horrible things he did, the people literally drove him out of Rome. His violent and sexual crimes were committed in broad daylight. Roman Emperor Conrad II would later reinstate Benedict IX despite his atrocious crimes.
     
  • Pope Pius IX (1846-1878) - First, Pius IX resided in the Vatican as Pope between the years 1846-1878. Second, there was a direct correlation between his constant scheming within the realm of politics and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Both funding for and the mission plan itself made its way from the papal office, through hands undisclosed to eventually meet with John Wilkes Booth who shot Lincoln dead on April 15th, 1865 at the Ford Theater in Washington D.C. Despite popular belief, Lincoln died as a result of orders from the Roman Catholic Church – not a fanatical maniac who really wanted his slaves. Lincoln printed 400 million dollars worth of "Greenbacks", debt-free, interest free money to finance the War, Lincoln was assassinated shortly after the War ended and Congress revoked the Green-back law and enacted the "National Banking Act" which consisted of privately owned banks with interest-bearing notes.
     
  • Pope Urban II (1088-1099) - Between the years 1096-1099 Pope Urban II ordered the slaughter of roughly ten million people where there were men and women but mostly children in efforts to procure Belgrade, the Orthodox Church of Constantinople in Yugoslavia as well as Turkey, Syria, Antioch and Palestine.
     
  • Pope Innocent III (1198-1216) - Pope Innocent III didn’t reach the epic numbers of slaughters that his predecessor Urban II had, but he still murdered well over one million people during his papacy between 1198-1216. The Crusade he waged after supporting the Inquisition was not against typical heretics, Pope Innocent III had his military might wage war against European brothers. He also began a Crusade against the Albigenses where upon his military constituents were ordered to butcher them by the tens of thousands in horrid and unholy ways. Albigensian Crusade or Cathar Crusade (1209–1229) was a 20-year military campaign initiated by Innocent III to eliminate Catharism in Languedoc, in the south of France.
     
  • Pope Boniface VIII (1294-1303) - Again a Pope that was so evil that he made it into the Catholic encyclopedia for his grave injustices against the people and his God. Boniface VIII was described in the Catholic encyclopedia as having, “scarcely any possible crime omitted – heresy gross and unnatural immorality, idolatry, magic, simony… his whole pontificate was one record of evil.” Boniface VIII was a self-proclaimed Atheist. He didn’t even BELIEVE in God yet he somehow managed to obtain the position of Pope. In 1302, Boniface VIII instituted a commonly quoted misconception of Christianity (thanks) called “Unum Sanctum” where through no faiths but that of the Catholic faith were to be saved come the day of Judgment by Christ. All outside of the Holy Roman Catholic Church were to be damned eternally in the pits of Hell.
     
  • Pope John XXIII (1410-1415, not to be confused with Pope John XXIII of the 20th century) - Why people called this man the most depraved criminal who sat on the papal chair rather than calling him the most depraved criminal of all time may never be understood. Perhaps it was simply because they didn’t understand the scope of his evil. This “man” if you can call him that, committed almost every heinous crime imaginable – by the hundred. There were thirty-seven clergy members who witnessed and professed against him on the following charges: Fornication, Adultery, Incest, Sodomy, Simony, Theft, and last but not least, Murder. Even more members of the church than the thirty-seven who had accused him had been witnesses to the gut-wrenching fact that Pope John XXIII had a harem of mistresses in Boulogne numbering two-hundred. Even more disgusting yet was the fact that these two-hundred women consisted mostly, if not entirely of nuns.
     
  • Pope Pius XII (1939-1958), aka "Hitler's Pope" - Pope Pius XII came into power over the Vatican not long after his predecessor Pius who supplied the orders to kill Lincoln. Again, take careful note of the era during which Pius XII held the Chair of Peter – it was 1939 to 1958. Well, if anyone had ever been curious as to why exactly Hitler got the notion that Jews were to be exterminated by the millions between 1939 – 1945, it may have had something to do with the fact that Pope Pius XII personally handed him detailed instructions on how the methodical extermination of non-Catholic minorities across all of Europe was to be enacted and how death camps were to be constructed for the sole purpose of their murder. According to Pius XII, people of Jewish faith and other “heretics” were not only supposed to be shot or killed, they were to be burned alive as to stay consistent with the Roman Catholic Church’s designated penalty for heresy against God.

This is a very brief history of the Roman Catholic Church and the office of the Papacy, and the list could certainly include Pope Benedict XVI (2005-2013), who covered up numerous child sexual abuse complaints. Any sane man, black, white, or brown, unless he's hungry for power, should want any parts of the papacy. Especially a black man, because if he does anything on the aforementioned list, he'll probably be the first Pope to be imprisoned.