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Chapter 9

The foundation and birth of “Christianity”


The true beginning of the religion known today as Christianity is shrouded in secular and pagan thought and tradition.  The historical beginnings of this religion is all but “hidden” and kept silent in today’s churches.  When we do a little digging… it is understandably so.  The slightest research into the origins of Christianity will literally destroy your faith in it.  So I guess to most Christians, “Ignorance is bliss”!  However, in this case, it is eternal destruction.  We see below this is the case as we are destroyed by the lack on knowledge and rejected by Yahuah for abolishing His Law.

Hosea 4:6
my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge. "Because you have rejected knowledge, I also reject you as my priests; because you have ignored the law of your God, I also will ignore your children.”

All we need to know concerning the “new” religion that evolved at the hands of the Roman Emperor Constantine formalized at the Council of Nicaea we can learn from early scholars of the day and Catholic Church documents that live on historically.  These all openly admit that the “religion” was neither “new” nor “strange” to the pagans of their day and that the only thing “new” about it was the name of the new “god” they created.  This new god’s name was Jesus H. Christ or I.H.S in Latin.  So we are going to take a long hard look at this name. The Council of Nicaea was held around 300 AD and writers of that era admit what should now be obvious to the reader of this book, if not it will be soon enough:

§  Eusebius of Caesarea (circa 283-371 CE) wrote: "The religion of Jesus Christ is neither new nor strange."

§  St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430 CE) wrote: "This, in our day, is the Christian religion, not as having been unknown in former times, but as having recently received that name."

Yes, Christianity was not new to the pagans and as St. Augustine pointed out it has been known all the way back to Babylon and only recently called “Christianity”.  Every Christian Church today from the Roman Catholic Church to every last Protestant denomination expresses its faith in what is called The Nicene Creed.  This is the resulting creed that came out of the first council at Nicaea where Christianity and its fundamental doctrines of sun worship were formulated by Constantine to unite his kingdom through syncretism

Constantine openly worshipped a pagan sun deity named Mithra or Apollo who was simply another name for Tammuz or Baal the sungod.  Constantine believed the Hebrew Messiah Yahusha was yet another incarnation of this second member of the Babylonian Trinity who is Tammuz.  At the council in Nicaea Constantine set out to formulate a religion that all pagans and all those who had newly found faith in Yahusha could accept if he could twist the scriptures to conform to his sun worship.  Since Constantine believed Yahusha to be an incarnation of Tammuz, he had no problem replacing the Holy Days/Sabbaths/Feasts of Yahuah with those of his god Tammuz/Apollo/Mitha.  After all, to Constantine, Yahusha was the latest incarnation of them all and therefore he kept the Babylonian pagan days of worship.  And of course, the re-incarnated “Tammuz” would have abolished the Sabbath/Holy Days of Yahuah and established those of Sunday/Easter/Christmas in his image.  This is what Constantine believed and he was “Emperor” and what Constantine believed defined his empire.

Let us take a close look at Flavius Constantinius who ruled Rome and was literally “the author” of what today we call Christianity.   Make no mistake, the religion of Christianity was not authored by the Jewish Messiah Yahusha as it has no relationship to the Hebrew Faith held by Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua, David, Solomon, Yahusha, even the Apostle Paul, or any of the disciples or apostles or early church in Jerusalem.  In fact, Constantine’s religion of Christianity is a carbon copy of The Mystery Religion of Babylon… sun worship


An ancient religion reborn with a “new” god


Constantine was the High Priest of the sungod Sol Invictus (invincible sun) and his coins remained inscribed “Sol Invicto Comiti” or “committed to the unconquered/invincible sun” to the day he died. 

From Wikipedia entry “Sol Invictus”.  Constantine’s coin depicting Sol Invictus

Constantine decided to call an official Roman (Rome was a pagan empire) council at Nicaea which is now considered the first “Christian Council” in an attempt to standardize all religions in his empire.  There were literally hundreds of “gods” worshipped throughout the empire and it was cause of constant division and conflict.   So a council of pagan priests were convened.

Who participated and what exactly was discussed in this council is somewhat unclear because Constantine burned all the evidence.  However, we know exactly what resulted from this council as we will see.  It is hard to know what took place behind close doors because all documentation of this blasphemous council was literally destroyed by Constantine as he had all the documents burned to hide the abomination that transpired.  A far cry from how Yahuah documented every step of the Truth found in the Torah for all to know and read throughout history. 



The Catholic Encyclopedia admits the truth behind Christianity


The “lie” Christianity is based on was carefully and totally destroyed to hide its origin.  What we do know is openly found in the Catholic Encyclopedia:

“It was British-born Flavius Constantinus (Constantine, originally Custennyn or Custennin) (272-337) who authorised the compilation of the writings now called the New Testament. After the death of his father in 306, Constantine became King of Britain, Gaul and Spain, and then, after a series of victorious battles, Emperor of the Roman Empire. Christian historians give little or no hint of the turmoil of the times and suspend Constantine in the air, free of all human events happening around him.

In truth, one of Constantine's main problems was the uncontrollable disorder amongst presbyters and their belief in numerous gods. The majority of modern-day Christian writers suppress the truth about the development of their religion and conceal Constantine's efforts to curb the disreputable character of the presbyters who are now called "Church Fathers". (Catholic Encyclopedia, Farley ed., vol. xiv, pp. 370-1).

There it is, plain admission from the “source of Christianity” the Catholic Church that the very “Church Fathers” invited to the Council of Nicaea were not men of Yahuah but disreputable pagan priests or “presbyters” who worshipped many different gods.  So “who were” these preachers running around the Roman Empire dreaming up all kinds of various “gods” to worship that today’s Christian Church considers “fathers of their faith”?   Below is how they were described…

"...the most rustic fellows, teaching strange paradoxes. They openly declared that none but the ignorant was fit to hear their discourses ... they never appeared in the circles of the wiser and better sort, but always took care to intrude themselves among the ignorant and uncultured, rambling around to play tricks at fairs and markets ... they lard their lean books with the fat of old fables ... and still the less do they understand ... and they write nonsense on vellum ... and still be doing, never done." (Contra Celsum ["Against Celsus"], Origen of Alexandria, c. 251, Bk I, p. lxvii, Bk III, p. xliv, passim)

These pagan “preachers” invited to formulate the new religion at the Council of Nicaea were “rustic fellows teaching strange paradoxes” to the ignorant uncultured fools of that day at pagan fairs and markets in Rome.  These men were not the mighty men of God and descendants of Abraham/Isaac/Jacob.  No, these men literally created “Christianity” from “fat old fables”.  I was certainly never made aware of any of this in my 20 years in the Christian Church!  I was taught to blindly pledge allegiance to… The Nicaean Creed, no less, the abominable creed that came from these babbling fools.  Little did I know (until I decided to question it and test it) that this creed was a complete denial of Yahuah and His Truth created literally by pagan “idiots” or “Christians” as they came to be known.



Constantine’s dilemma


Let’s look at exactly what was actually going on in the Roman Empire under Constantine and we find it openly admitted that the conversion and baptism of Constantine was nothing more than simply a legend.  In reality he was a sun worshipping Emperor/High Priest with a very real political problem that had to be dealt with.

“Clusters of presbyters had developed "many gods and many lords" (1 Cor. 8:5) and numerous religious sects existed, each with differing doctrines (Gal. 1:6). Presbyterial (pagan) groups clashed over attributes of their various gods and "altar was set against altar" in competing for an audience”… (Optatus of Milevis, 1:15, 19, early fourth century).

From Constantine's point of view, there were several factions that needed satisfying, and he set out to develop an all-embracing religion during a period of irreverent confusion. In an age of crass ignorance, with nine-tenths of the peoples of Europe illiterate, stabilizing religious splinter groups was only one of Constantine's problems. The smooth generalization, which so many historians are content to repeat, that Constantine "embraced the Christian religion" and subsequently granted "official toleration", is "contrary to historical fact" and should be erased from our literature forever… (Catholic Encyclopedia, Pecci ed., vol. iii, p. 299, passim).

So our contention that Constantine embraced the Jewish Messiah is not true and should be totally erased from our minds.  Simply put, there was no Christian religion at Constantine's time, and the Church acknowledges that the tale of his "conversion" and "baptism" are "entirely legendary" and never happened at all. (Catholic Encyclopedia, Farley ed., vol. xiv, pp. 370-1).

Constantine "never acquired a solid theological knowledge" and "depended heavily on his advisers in religious questions" (Catholic Encyclopedia, New Edition, vol. xii, p. 576, passim). According to Eusebeius (260-339), Constantine noted that among the presbyterian (pagan) factions "strife had grown so serious, vigorous action was necessary to establish a more religious state", but he could not bring about a settlement between rival god factions (Life of Constantine, op. cit., pp. 26-8). His advisers warned him that the presbyters' pagan religions were "destitute of foundation" and needed official stabilization.  Constantine saw in this confused system of fragmented dogmas the opportunity to create a new and combined State religion, neutral in concept, and to protect it by law.  Then ensure it through forced conversation and death for disobedience.

When he conquered the East in 324 he sent his Spanish religious adviser, Osius of Córdoba, to Alexandria with letters to several pagan bishops exhorting them to make peace among themselves. The mission failed and Constantine, probably at the suggestion of Osius, then issued a decree commanding all pagan presbyters (pagan priests) and their subordinates "be mounted on asses, mules and horses belonging to the public, and (forced to) travel to the city of Nicaea" in the Roman province of Bithynia in Asia Minor.



The Council of Nicaea a pagan council!

After these pagan priests were  commanded to “mount asses and come to Nicaea” they were instructed to bring with them the testimonies they orated to the rabble (uneducated pagan masses), "bound in leather" for protection during the long journey, and surrender them to Constantine upon arrival in Nicaea (The Catholic Dictionary, Addis and Arnold, 1917, "Council of Nicaea" entry). Their writings totaled "in all, two thousand two hundred and thirty-one scrolls and legendary tales of gods and saviors, together with a record of the doctrines orated by them" (Life of Constantine, op. cit., vol. ii, p. 73; N&PNF, op. cit., vol. i, p. 518).  Of course, we don’t have them now to compare to Yahuah’s Truth, these pagan writing which were the foundation of Christianity were carefully and totally destroyed after the Council of Nicaea… for obvious reasons.

Now the “foundation of Christianity” and how this massive lie started begins to come into focus.  It was created at The Council of Nicaea founded not on The Torah and Messiah but rather “two thousand two hundred and thirty one scrolls and legendary tales of literally hundreds of gods and savious and pagan doctrines”.  This is what  Constantine set out to standardize into one generic neutral religion that they all could agree upon!  A syncretic religion was born!  That resulting religion was named “Christianity” and the god of this new religion was named Hesus Horus Krishna later to be known in English as… Jesus (Hesus) H. (Horus) Christ (Krishna).  This is historical fact. 

I go into great detail concerning this name of the False Messiah later in this book. In truth, history has proven that four years prior to the Council of Nicaea Constantine was initiated into the Cult of Sol Invictus; the sun worshipping religion that evolved out of Babylon.  That was the “conversion” that truly happened to Constantine he was never converted as a follower of Yahusha… ever.  That is why he was bowing down facing East worshipping the sun in the first place and seeing the Cross of Tammuz (if that even really happened at all because it was never documented by a “Legend” to placate the ignorant masses). 

What we do know, is the religion that came out of the Council of Nicaea was a carbon copy of what Constantine already believed and anyone that did not bow down to the new “god” he created was executed in the inquisition.  All the pagans surrendered to this new religion while all the true sons of Yahuah were executed or went into hiding leaving only “Christianity” in the Roman Empire by law.  This is exactly what the Prophets of Yahuah said would happen!


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