Wise Up Christians

  Behold Your God!

Am I trying to tell you Jesus is just a loaf of bread and a carafe of wine?  Damned right I am.

Can I prove it?
  I'm sure I can!

What did the mythical Jesus say at the tableau of the last supper?  According to the New Testament:- 
"Take, eat, this is my body which is given for you.  Do this in remembrance of me."

Eat what?  Did he take a piece of meat and fragment it?   Now this would have been quite logical as a piece of meat and one's body are flesh - striated skeletal muscle.  So?  NO!

Did he take a piece of fish then and distribute the flesh?  After all the silhouette of a fish was about to be employed to represent him.  Why?  The  Attic Greek word for 'fish', i0xquj = I-CH-TH-U-S, provided a naturally occurring and ready-made acronym corresponding to the phrase:- Iesous-Khristos-Theou-Huios-Soter which means Jesus-Christ-God's-Son-Saviour.  Being a 'god' he would appreciate in advance the coming use of this symbol and acronym.  Therefore the flesh of a fish was also very appropriate.  So?  NO!
What did he break then and present to his disciples?  BREAD.  Rubbish, absolute rubbish!  There are no similarities between bread and human flesh.  Agreed but if I were vegetarian, I would need neither meat nor fish to stay alive.  I could live quite well on bread, vegetables, fruit and nuts.  So bread would provide the primary bulk, sustenance, vitamins and  minerals to sustain life.

How could a loaf of bread be a god Jesus was said to be the son of a god so he himself must have been at least a demi god.  Right?  OH! YES INDEED.  As much as I appreciate our schizophrenic discussion, am I expected to be convinced that he was a bread god?   A god of dough?  A loafer then?  Yea!  Ha, ha, ha, haaaaaa!

Enough of this tiresome mockery!  The bread is not god but that from which it is manufactured is.  Let me recount a little story of what was believed worldwide in ancient days before organised religion appeared on the scene to 'sucker' the masses.

In Britain the term 'corn' is given to wheat, barley and rye alike.  The people considered the corn to be divine - a Corn God.  To ancient people and today's polytheists, animists and metaphysicians, all things are divine as ALL things are a part of the Great Cosmic Mother.  Therefore corn was as much a God as anything else such as galaxies, stars, planets, trees, rivers, mountains, animals, plants - yes, even you and me.
All are Divine
The Multiverse
up to

sub-atomic realms
Everyone felt that the earth was their Divine Mother and Goddess, as they were born upon the Earth, maintained by Her resources and accepted back into her arms on burial at the end of one's allotted span.  They saw that as the corn grew from the earth, it, like humans, retained health and strength from solar radiation but was sacrificed so that they might eat and live.  Despite being cut down, the following year's planting and growth revealed the Corn God yet again and so the cycle kept repeating.  His life was everlasting.   And from the corn they obtained flour, from the flour they produced dough and the ovens transformed it into bread.  That is why Jesus took bread and broke it, giving it to his disciples saying that it was his body, thus declaring himself to represent the Corn God.

But he was not a single god but two in one.  He made this second statement to his disciples:- 
"Drink ye all of this; for this is my Blood of the New Testament, which is shed for you, and for many, for the remission of sins. Do this, as oft as ye shall drink it, in remembrance of me."
Now he equates himself with the god of the grape, the grape harvest, wine making and wine itself.  Because of the temperate climate, all Mediterranean countries produced the grape and the names of the wine Deities are still well known - Bacchus, Dionysus, Lyaeus, Endendros, Oeneus etc..  Lyaeus was 'He who unties' and releases from care, stress and trouble (troubled conscience? - sin?). 

Wine certainly gave a feeling of release and enabled one to forget his trouble or troubled mind and perhaps encourage him to abreact inner tensions thereby obtaining "remission" of what could be termed 'sins'.  This command did not ensure his followers drink a small glass or mouthful of wine on a Sunday morning - they were instructed to remember the Lord of the grape and wine every time they imbibed it.

Jesus was thus revealed not only as representative of the Corn God but of the God of Wine.  Let us now analyse other areas of this allegorical tale

  1. Judas, the treasurer of the company, leaves the supper to betray i.e. reveal
      that the god is mature and ready for
harvesting/sacrifice.  His exit, however,
      did not reveal his dark motives.
“For some of them thought, because Judas
had the bag that Jesus had said unto him, buy those things that we have need
of against the feast; or, that he should give something to the poor."
...   (KJV John 13:29) 

  2. The arrest of Jesus in the garden and the assault by Peter must be examined:
ohn 18:10 "Simon Peter then, having a sword, drew it and struck the high
      priest's slave, and cut off his right ear; and the slave's name was Malchus."

      a) What is debatable in this text is a disciple owning a sword, as all were
           instructed by their master to relinquish all they possessed and to follow

      b) Apart from this instruction, as all were men of peace, dedicated to gaining
           a deeper understanding of
spiritual matters, it is doubtful if one of the
           band would carry an offensive weapon.

      c)  Sociologically, a chela in a holy gathering with no possessions would not
           be expected to own anything
of personal value such as a sword.

The particulars of the attack are also questionable.  If Peter had been duly incensed and enraged at his master being arrested and, as is said, his "blood was up", he would have thrust this 'imaginary' sword into the upper abdomen of his hapless victim or perhaps may have cleaved him "through the helm" as was done by medieval knights.  He performed, however, a more delicate action, the precise excision of an ear -  not by a thrust that would split scalp and bone perhaps penetrating the very brain itself but the careful removal of one ear. The second point to question is why Peter made a cowardly assault on a slave and not on the arresting officer.

The picture below illustrates the surgical action devoid of anger and malice - the removal of the pinna and that alone which is not motivated obviously by any wild rage and retribution.

The question yet remains, "Why the ear?"

Once more I argue that this inset is yet another symbol of harvesting - the cutting of an ear but an ear of wheat or barley.  A fact which may be coincidental is the design upon the coins circulated in Judea at the time of Pontius Pilate - three ears of barley, denoting that as Pilate was Ruler of the Land he was, in addition, lord of the harvest, grain, state granaries and provider for his people.  As such, therefore, his duty was to test and examine this surrogate Corn God for maturation as we shall see later.
  3. A crown of thorns was placed ceremoniously upon Jesus' head, symbolic of the
      crown of seed
atop each stalk of  wheat/barley and, as is clearly seen, the seed
      is arrayed with sharp spear-like
awns to protect the seed from the ever-hungry


  4. The crown on the head representing the crown of seed, therefore, demonstrates
      that the corn is
ripe and ready to be harvested i.e. sacrificed.

  5. The removal of Jesus' robe is symbolic of the winnowing of the grain to remove
      the chaff.

  6. He is examined and tried by the land-owner (Pilate) to determine symbolically
      if the Corn God is ready for reaping.

The Trial

  7. The scourging was added to the tale to remind one of the essential act of
      threshing the grain
with a flail to separate it from the chaff.

threshing the grain
  8. The sacrifice is made but rather than, for example, beheading which would
      have been quite apt, they opted for the Roman death
by crucifixion.

  9. The piercing of hands and feet caused the blood (wine) to flow freely.

 10. The tomb as resting-place where Jesus (the threshed grain) is laid is the
       granary or store-house.

 11. The stone which is rolled over the entrance is symbolic of the miller's stone
       which grinds the
grain to flour.

rolling away the stone

miller's stone

12. When Mary Magdalene and her friends visited the tomb on the morning after
the Shabbat, they found that the stone had already been rolled - i.e. the grain
      had been ground. In the gospel according to Mark 16:5 we read "Going into the
      tomb, they saw a young man in a white robe seated on the right side, and they
      were startled." 
I suggest the young man in white was the anthropomorphism of
      the milled grain  - in white, the colour of flour and young, denoting a newly
      performed milling.

13. Here is what founded the doctrine of transubstantiation, the belief that as one
      eats bread one eats the real body of Christ (the Corn God).  The
      anthropomorphism of flour magically becomes the divine flour from which the
      unleavened bread is baked and it is this earthly bread, the Corn God in
      corporeality, that the worshippers consume at the Mass or Eucharist.

      Furthermore, is this why the the priest, when robing for mass, traditionally
      clothes himself with the pure white alb after the amice?  In this act he may
      identify not only with the flour from which the bread is baked but with the
      "dusty miller", the baker.

The Alb

It is abundantly clear, as the story develops, that we are witnessing the re-enactment of the legend of the Corn God.  In some other cultures when the growing crop appeared sparse and the possibility of widespread starvation faced the people, the ruler or king would offer himself as a sacrifice and, on his death, his blood would flow freely into the ground as an offering that the corn might grow strong and abundant.  This certainly happened in the tale of Jesus as his blood fell to the ground from his hands and feet.  Remember the epithet written above the cross -" Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews."  Being a proclaimed 'king', therefore, he was suitable as a blood sacrifice.          

Entry of Mithra

Is the ceremony of communion and most imported epithets innovations?  Again we must declare the negative.  As the son of the Sun God, Jesus identifies himself with Mithra, also the son of the Sun i.e. the light who was reborn on the 25th December.  The cult of Mithra (around 500 to 600 b.c.) in ancient Persia which eventually followed as the religion of Mithras (Latin) and Miqraj (Greek) around the 1st to the 4th centuries a.d., was a strong contender to Christianity especially with the Roman legions.

Mithra was seen as a great peripatetic teacher, a master who had twelve traveling companions.  This is where the Sun and the son appear to interchange roles from time to time - these companions like the later disciples of Jesus represented the twelve signs of the zodiac.  (As the Kelts term them - "Th'eternal twelve who dance on high" - around the Sun.) 

As a performer of miracles, Mithra purified his followers and transformed evil into good.  He, similar to the other fifteen saviours throughout history, was known as:-

   1. the 'good shepherd',
   2. the saviour,
   3. the 'way, the truth and the light' and
   4. was identified with the lamb and the lion,
  5.  the word,
  6.  the Son of God,
  7.  born of a virgin
  8.  on the 25th December.
  9.  Petra (sacred rock of Mithra) = Peter in Christianity.
10.  ascended to Heaven in the Sun's chariot.

Much of Christian dogma and practice were based upon the Mithraic cult -

a. baptism to expunge sins,
b. the
recital of a catechism,
c. anointing with oil,
d. use of an altar and
e. a sacred meal of bread and wine. 
f. Mithra was called the Son of God
g. born of a virgin. 
h. He was crucified to atone for the sins of mankind,
i. rose from the dead on the third day and
j. finally returned to heaven.

Obviously the Persians could
separate comfortably the Sun and its light - Mithra being the light of his Father and also the necessary solar power to germinate the wheat seed.  There is, however, a strange interchange of light identity with the corn persona from time to time.

Although being the God of Light and often depicted as slaying a bull, there are no Persian texts confirming his role as slaughterer of a bull.  There is, however, an old Persian text in which a bull is immolated but the slaughter-man is not Mithra but Ahriman, the evil vortex in Persian legends.  The remarkable point here is the frequent portrayal of the bull's tail ending in stalks of wheat as in the picture below.  The other link with wheat is seen in illustration where from the bull's death-wound pours blood on some occasions, on others grain.

Here is the probable linkage of a former myth with a later myth - the bull, the prince of beasts, is sacrificed at the end of the Taurean zodiacal period with its blood poured upon the earth to ensure a good growth of corn.   Was there also an erroneous admixture of Mithra (light) with the Corn God who reflects the persona of his Father, the Sun but at a lower octave?   Nevertheless, why the bull could have been selected for this role is a mystery unless the close proximity of the anus to a tail-ending-in-wheat is an allusion to the dung which fertilizes the wheat fields.

During the celebration of the Mathraic sacred meal by Roman soldiers, bread was placed on the timbrel (a form of tambourine) and a cymbal was charged with wine.  The worshipper on partaking declared, "I have eaten from the timbrel, I have drunk from the cymbal - there is no part of me that is not of the Gods."  In a Mithraic temple in Rome there is the inscription, "et nos servasti sanguine fuso" which means " and who saved us with the shed blood."  One Mithraic hymn begins with the words, "Thou hast redeemed us also by shedding the eternal blood."  (In other cultures' rituals, bread is taken simply to strengthen the body, salt to purify and mitigate against disease and wine to ennoble the spirit, i.e. nothing linking the rite with redemption.)  Mithra was primarily a god of contract and mutual obligation just as Jesus was god of the new contract or testament.

Mithraic religious aspects were readily absorbed by the founders of patriarchal Christianity as women were totally excluded from the rites of Mithras which was a system of men's mysteries, even as in today's liberated society, women are excluded from the Roman Catholic priesthood which throughout Christendom is patriarchal. 

The Presbyterian and Episcopalian branches of the cult have indeed opened the gates to the fair sex but call them 'women priests' - the term 'priestess' remaining anathema, as they were so freely termed in Roman, Greek and other contemporaneous well-structured pagan oriented state religions.  Perhaps this dislike of the term 'priestess' was also on account of the role of temple prostitution in certain nations.
It was taught that the heaven above was peopled by perfect ones and that there was an infernal region below the earth inhabited by demons. Yet another scene was usurped by Christianity, a relic of the cult of Mithras found in the Roman catacombs - a picture of the baby Mithras on his mother's lap and on their knees in adoration were the Persian Magi surrounded by gifts for the young infant.

Entry of Hesus (Jesus)

It is time to open the complete package of the origin of Hesus and the concept of the Trinity.  This is not a misprint, as Hesus was the original God from which Jesus was derived, the ventilation of this connection appearing in my Footnote.   Like the Earth Goddess, the God of Wine and the Corn God, the other important strength, health and life giver who was equally divine and highly important to humankind was the Sun God who was the consort of the Earth Mother.  As the Earth was the Mother of the grain and grapes so the Sun God was the obvious Father of these lesser Deities. 

The Sun God became the all important Father God in many cultures - the Hindu Surya, the Slavic Svarog, the Greek Helios or Apollo and the Aztec TonatiuhThe Aztec culture was heavily dependent on the observance of a solar religion while in Egypt, a polytheistic country, a mutation occurred by the swift conversion to monotheism when Amenhotep IV declared the sun to be the sole focus of worship, even renaming himself Akhenaten in honour of the solar disc Aten.  For this departure from the Deities of his forefathers he was thereafter known as 'the heretic' and following his death, the former Pantheons were restored and all artifacts and edifices relating to Aten demolished.  Christianity was to be no exception - the Sun was to be the Father of all.

With the sun as Father whose Holy Spirit (the solar rays)* conceived (activated) the Son's spirit (plant embryo) as Corn God by causing his seed to germinate, he was to be born of the virgin (Earth) and nurtured there until mature.  Why a virgin mother?  The earth is cleansed by the ravages of Winter and, since the previous harvest, has rested c. five months before the next planting in Spring.  In many legends She is held captive in her late years within the castle of the Psychopompos and is released from bondage at Candlemas when, having crossed the drawbridge, She finds herself to be as young, beautiful and captivating as when previously a maiden.   This happens year after year so She is ever virgin.
  • * ("Light is necessary to stimulate seed germination, along with water, oxygen and proper temperatures.  The periodicity of light is important as well as the intensity and quality.   As the developing seedling emerges from the seed coat, the shoot develops green chlorophyll, which needs light to activate the photosynthetic process within the chloroplasts.  The periodicity of the light allows the separation of light-dependent and light-independent phases of photosynthesis necessary for the production  of food for further growth of the wheat plant.  The quality of light is important in developing chlorophyll.  As the developing seedling emerges from the seed coat, the shoot develops green chlorophyll, which needs light to activate the photosynthetic process within the chloroplasts.  The periodicity of the light allows the separation of light-dependent and light-independent phases of photosynthesis necessary for the production of food for further growth of the wheat plant. The quality of light is important in developing chlorophyll content."  by Carolyn Csanyi - eHow Contributor)

Here we have the established pagan concept of a Holy Trinity, purloined by Constantine and his accomplices to be implanted in his newly invented religion.  The 'Constantine' link reveals the researches done by the Australian Tony Bushby that ventilate the details of how this cult was established and evolved with all relevant evidence in the many Vatican publications.  We see now why Pope Leo X was moved thus:-

"Raising a chalice of wine into the air, Pope Leo toasted: 'How well we know what a profitable superstition this fable of Christ has been for us and our predecessors'.The pope's pronouncement is recorded in the diaries and records of both Pietro Cardinal Bembo (Letters and Comments on Pope Leo X, 1842 reprint) and Paolo Cardinal Giovio (De Vita Leonis Decimi..., op. cit.), two associates who were witnesses to it. 

Baronius (1538-1607) was Vatican librarian for seven years and wrote a 12-volume history of the Church, known as Annales Ecclesiastici.

He was the Church's most outstanding historian (Catholic Encyclopedia, New Edition, 1976, ii, p. 105) and his records provide vital inside information for anybody studying the rich depth of falsification in Christianity.  Cardinal Baronius, who turned down two offers to become pope in 1605, added the following comments about Pope Leo's  declaration:-

"The Pontiff has been accused of atheism, for he denied God and called Christ, in front of cardinals Pietro Bembo, Jovius and Iacopo Sadoleto and other intimates, 'a fable' . It must be corrected".(Annales Ecclesiastici, op. cit., tomes viii and xi) This event evidently had The Church running scared lest anyone questioned the viability of such a pseudo-religion.

"A lie told often enough becomes the truth"- said Vladimir Ilich Lenin and when it is told for two millennia it becomes holy writ that to question, despite its absence in history, is considered blasphemy and heresy!

Although we now have the Father, the Corn God's annual sacrifice, a Holy Spirit and a virgin mother, what is omitted from this pagan myth is the death of the aged sun and his rebirth at the Winter Solstice. 
This annual death & rebirth ceremony, due to the confusion in the minds of the presbyters who hatched this 'addled egg', imported the Persian myth of Mithra (and all his trappings) who was not just the son of the Sun but was the Light who died and was born again on the 25th of December, the festival of Sol invictus - the unconquered Sun was established.
Actually this concept is far more correct than the usual "death and rebirth of the Sun" at the Winter Solstice as observed by most pagans, as it is the light (Mithras) which ebbs then grows anew not the 'unconquered' Sun.  So now we have a nativity festival - Christmas, which would unite the pagan myths and the new Christian concepts very well.

Mary, anthropomorphism
of the Earth Mother and
 of the Earth aspect of Isis.

God the Father (the Sun), therefore, never dies to be reborn but is considered a permanent unchanging feature in Christianity - the "I am that I am" (who liveth and abideth forever).  Unfortunately Constantine and his presbyters at the Council of Nicaea must have had little knowledge of Hebrew or they would have known that ehyeh means 'I will be'.   Therefore ehyeh ašer ehyeh denotes 'I will be what I will be' declaring expansion, constant (cosmic) development and an everlasting infinite evolving ex-istence - yes, the allied Jewish Elohim (Goddess & God combined in One).
Father                 Mother

Can we find endorsement of our hypothesis within Christianity?  Yes, from the very mouth of the Vatican.  In the next picture, Pope John Paul II is holding what is called a Monstrance or Ostensorium as its is termed when the host, clipped into a lunette, occupies the luna i.e. the circular window of display.  In the other, the monstrance is seen awaiting the host.  It is used to house a wafer of bread or 'host', consecrated at the Mass/Eucharistic meal and displayed to the faithful during the service of Benediction.  Roman Catholics believe this wafer turns into the actual body of Christ when consecrated during the Mass - the doctrine of transubstantiation.


Now note the design of the monstrance - a sunburst fashioned in gold, the colour of the sun.  The Church freely admits that the monstrance is a sunburst in the following:-

"During the Baroque Period, it took on a rayed form of a sun-monstrance with a circular window surrounded by a silver or gold frame with rays."  (Dictionary of the Liturgy by Rev. Jovian P. Lang, OFM  - published and © 1989 Catholic Book Publishing Co., New York, ISBN 0-89942-273-X, page 436.) 
It may appear somewhat difficult to understand why the central display-chamber of the monstrance is termed the luna which is the Latin for 'moon'.  One suggestion I can offer is that, for the duration of the Benediction, the host or Corn God who was germinated by the sun's light and solar radiation, the Holy Spirit, now reflects the rays of this Divine Spirit even as the moon reflects the light of the sun during the hours of darkness.  Could the meaning be, therefore, that their Christ is the mediator invoked in "Lighten our darkness, we beseech thee, O Lord" as in the Anglican third collect of evensong?

Here, then we have the proud Father, the sun holding in his arms his beloved son, the Corn God.

Christianity starts, therefore, with an essentially pagan oriented trinity depicted above of Father, Mother & Son viz. a solar deity coupled with an earth goddess as consort and their son, the Corn God (vide * Hierarchical Structure below) who is divinity at an earth-based combustible level and here this religion has remained - fossilized, stagnant and inert at a discernibly
minor thophanic stratum of Cosmic pneuma.  Furthermore it has become an oedematous chimera suffocated by a welter of doctrines and dogmas proliferated over centuries by the epitome of patriarchy and obscenely bloated by a glut of rituals, wealth and the pomp of self-glorification.


Having strongly argued this myth of the Christ, however, that has no concrete basis in history, have I not argued also in my Taxonomy that mankind creates all his gods, permitting them to fly in etheric freedom in what the Sanskrit mages term the Akasha Principle, as thought-forms ever growing in strength but in doubtful perpetuity through the fleeting devotion of their worshippers.  So irrespective of the level of divinity on which Jesus continues to exist, Christians have made a superb creation in the collective mental sphere of the faithful.

The Copenhagen Interpretation

Now to bring Quantum Physics into our postulate:-  "If M-theory predicts unlimited possibilities, it means anything and everything is possible. Therefore, if a theologian claims that God created a universe where Jesus Christ died for people’s sins, science can no longer deny this possibility. M-theory allows for it in a scenario with infinite universes and infinite possibilities."  [St. Clair, Pierre (2014-06-02). Cosmology On Trial: Cracking The Cosmic Code (pp. 115-116). ]as

Nevertheless, the two great parental Cosmic Deities, Who continually manifest the extrusions of all Universal life and Whose first born marshals the outworn and outmoded to their peaceful rest and regeneration, remain unknown, ignored and grievously unhonoured by the majority of humankind.  hinc illae lacrimae. 

Therefore, although such cherished lilliputian gods and creations of humankind exist in imperfect perpetuity, depending upon the lifetime of each religion or cult, they are continuously dwarfed by the Cosmic Giants.

Now I refer to the Creative Essences which produce the visible concretions of Ultra Deep Fields in a universe abrim with galactic clusters, stellar nurseries, black holes and mighty quasars.


There are some who vehemently deny any link between Hesus and Jesus, saying that many have ignorantly attempted this but, owing to scant evidence and various quotations by Roman writers, they can categorically say that it is all rubbish!  "Do not let us hear this argument again - So there!"  Ah, perhaps there are some intrinsic Christian
objections somewhere.

What such persons may have forgotten, if they ever knew, is the spurious origins of the New Testament and, should one wish to read an account of this, there is a link from the first mention of Constantine in this paper.

This link to Tony Bushby's researches into these origins mentions "Flavius Constantinus (Constantine, originally the Kymraec Custenyn)  - 272-337."  Here was the Kelt who, having become Roman Emperor, became tired of the various inter-religious wars within the empire,

He decided, therefore, to found a religion that would unify all people under one state religion, one which would be universally acceptable.
As the 1st Council of Nicaea could not agree at its completion on the name and identity of the god of this manufactured creed, Constantine, being a Kelt (Custennyn) and familiar with the deities of the Gaulish Kelts, decided to end the impasse by determining that the praenomen of the new god should be the Keltic Hesus of Gaul coupled with Krstna (Krishna).   Of course to have an approximation of this name, it became Yesus as
the Roman I and later J both delivered the soft 'Y' sound.

In Roman Kelt-Iberia (Spain), the letter H became J with the sound of a hard 'ch' (as in 'loch') to vocalise the first initial.  The English and the similar alphabetical pronunciation 'Jee-zus' is quite a dreadful sound to append to any deity hence in some hymns the 'J' is still given the 'Y' sound as in "By Jesu's grave on either hand, While night is brooding o'er the land, The sad and silent mourners stand."  Actually this vocalisation of 'Yay-su' is an acceptable contraction of the Hebrew Jeshuah - meaning "Jehovah is my help". So Hesus Krst(na) or Jesus Christ was established.
There are other objections, however, e.g. the French folklorist Jean Markale (best known for his book "Women of the Kelts") who equated Hesus with Math ap Mathonwy.  Nevertheless this is symptomatic of mythic construction (or constipation) and omits gloriously any philological research, as who would make stupidly the Corn God and the Lord of Fate bosom twins?  (vide my Taxonomy.) The Roman Lucan evidently detested the practices of Hesus worship and its "wild altars" because of his Roman genteel sensitivity which could not interface with the exuberance of the Keltic sentiment.

(From Lucan's
Pharsalia I, lines 498 & 499:---

"And those who pacify with blood accursed
  Savage Teutates, Hesus' horrid shrines"

So even in the present we  are strongly recommended to separate the wild Hesus from the "gentle Jesus, meek and mild" to satisfy the indoctrination of each British child of primary school age who must be seen to sing his praise every morning with hands together in prayer stance.  Nevertheless, commentaries on Lucan have mentioned how, in relation to Hesus worship, men were pierced, hung upon trees and permitted to exsanguinate (vide
Lucan's 'Bellum civile').   Does this scenario not ring a deafening peal of bells which herald the scene of the mythic Palestinian mob shouting "Crucify"?  Ita vero, fratres.

One could consult the website "The Great Deception", chapter 7
How the new “god" was created, which endorses the  findings of Tony Bushby (vide the full link at - http://www.sabbathcovenant.com/book3TheGreatDesception/aTOC.htm.

fortunae cetera mando

* Hierarchical Descending Structure

Cosmic Goddess)
Cosmic God     
  ) - SPIRIT

Lord of Karma  ) (all absent in Christianity)
Psychopompos   )

Lunar Goddess = Roman Catholic doctrine of Mary Queen of Heaven, the corollary of the doctrines of the Immaculate Conception and Assumption. - AIR.

N.B.  The colour of the Virgin Mary's cloak is the blue of the Air element and of the Egyptian Isis whose form she usurped.  The figurines which were displayed in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean wayside shrines were of the Goddess Isis and were identical in appearance to the Virgin Mary.  But as they pre-dated Mary, it is obvious that the Church stole Her appearance, in some cases making the infant Horus in the arms of Isis to represent the baby Jesus.  To the early church fathers nothing was sacred even the stolen pagan festival dates,  The Church's Calendar is singular witness of its plagiarisms.

Solar God = Christian God the Father and the Solar Light which is the Holy Spirit (appearing as tongues of fire, solar flares?) - FIRE

Oceanic God - WATER 
(absent in Christianity)

Terrestrial Goddess = Virgin Mary symbolic of the EARTH Mother.

High Kindred of the Winds )
lower emanations
High Kindred of the Flame ) 
of elemental power
High Kindred of the Wave
High Kindred of Earth        )  (All absent in Christianity)

Piscatorial God/Frumentarious God/Vinaceous God The Christian God the Son - Jesus whose sign is the fish and whose physical body and life fluid are consumed at the Eucharist as bread and wine.

(In ancient pagan religions these are usually separated - the Corn God being of more concern to inland peoples with the Fish God being the essential deity of coastal tribes.)

So one could classify Jesus as the God of Sustenance or simply the Cibarious God.  Merriam-Webster describes food thus: "In a physiological sense, true aliment is to be distinguished as that portion of the food which is capable of being digested and absorbed into the blood, thus furnishing nourishment, in distinction from the indigestible matter which passes out through the alimentary canal as fćces."

Not only is Jesus the sustainer and nourisher of the human spirit, therefore, but also is the waste component that is of no value to the physical frame and is passed through the gastro-intestinal track to eventually exit as excreta.   In "Exorcising the Tree of Evil" by the late Qabalist William Gray he states that "Satan is the rear end of God". 

Could we understand now by this that Jesus has the upbuilding nature of a Godlike persona plus the excremental nature of a Satanic persona - dualism in the one character similar to the multiple personality disorder of his irascible Father who creates and destroys equally well in Genesis, Exodus et al.?

He himself confirms this argument in Revelation 22.16 where we read "
I am the root and offspring of David, and the bright and morning star." The 'morning star' is the planet Venus which is the last shining orb to defy or contend with the rising sun and, as it is low in the sky in the early morning, it is called the 'fallen star', both of which features identify it with Lucifer/Satan!  (Here I am using the Church's concept of Satan not the benign and genuine 'sat-tan' Who was defiled by the Christian Church and its vile dualistic doctrines.)

Sorry, but there is nowhere else to go - we are at the bottom of the Spiritual tree and indeed the Hebraic Otz Chiim or Tree of Life with the cultus of Christianity!   We may be permitted to make an analogy  with the "rear end of God" in this Hebraic Tree of Life, i.e. with those entities named the Qlippoth which are described in Neoplatonism as the final, lowest and degenerate link in the chain of all that has emanated from Kether, the first Sephira or Divine sphere.  They are sometimes thought of as the remnants of a previous Universe with just sufficient power to perpetuate an existence.   They are oft termed the "dying and decaying tree bark", the "dregs" or "slag of wine" and the "kingdom of shells, husks and excrement".

Fortunately and thankfully, the only way is up to seek again our Divine Omnipresent Cosmic Avia (Grand Mother) and our ubiquitous Cosmic Father -
everlasting cohesive universal consciousness.

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Embedded track: Agnus Dei, a choral version of the Barber 'adagio'
sung by the choir of New College, Oxford, UK.