God's Son Jesus or Mithra?

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Catholics 'borrowed' Jesus from pagans?
Mithra born Sun Dec 25 died for others sins

. . . what is going on here?

 Where did "Modern Day Christianity" - REALLY Come From?

(Get ready to be surprised . . . )






Was Jesus a Reincarnation of Mithra?

Jesus was real Who was Mithra

WARNING: Before you read further - Our purpose is to show Jesus (Esa), peace be upon him, as a real human being, born of a virgin, he did many miracles even at birth, he had deciples, he prayed and taught others to pray - TO GOD (ALLAH). He was taken up by Almighty God, spared the torture and death on the cross and most important, He did not die for sins - He lives until he comes back and kills the anti-Christ. - These are the teachings of Islam.
All Muslims MUST believe in Jesus Christ. We do not want people to leave belief in God or Jesus, peace be upon him. This is only to expose real facts for all of us.

CATHOLIC CHURCH - The Vatican in Italy, the exact same place devoted to the worship of Mithra (600 B.C.). The Catholic Christian hierarchy is nearly identical to the Mithraic version.
Virtually all of the elements of Catholic rituals, from miter, wafer, water baptism, alter, and doxology, came from the Mithra and earlier pagan mystery religions.

The religion of Mithra was before Christianity by six hundred years. Mithraic worship covered a most of the ancient world. It flourished as late as the second century (300's) until a sect of Christianity became the new Universal Church of Rome (universal in Greek - CATHOLIC). The Messianic idea originated in ancient Persia and this is where the Jewish and Christian concepts of a Savior came from. Mithra, as the sun god of ancient Persia, had the following karmic similarities with Jesus:

Mithras Beaming with Light on a White Horse

 - [Note: Saul (Paul) was dedicated to the "Myster religion". More below: "Myth of the God Incarnate", Macoby*] 

In the first two centuries of Christian history, no mention has been made about the date of Jesus’ birth. The earliest reference to Christmas being celebrated on December 25 is in the Philocalian Calendar, which represents the Roman practice of the year 336 CE.

In fact Origen (185CE-254CE), the famous Christian scholar who taught in Alexandria in those days opposed declaring December 25 as the birthday of Christ.
He said: "In the Scriptures, no one is recorded to have kept a feast or held a great banquet on his birthday. It is only sinners who make great rejoicings over the day in which they were born into this world."
[Ref Catholic Encyclopedia 1908, Vol. 3, p. 724, Natal Day]

Identical Life Experiences

Mithra was born on December 25th as the "Son of the Sun".
Next to the gods Ormuzd and Ahrimanes, Mithra held the highest rank among the gods of ancient Persia. He was represented as a beautiful youth and a Mediator.
Reverend J. W. Lake states: "Mithras is spiritual light contending with spiritual darkness, and through his labors the kingdom of darkness shall be lit with heaven's own light; the Eternal will receive all things back into his favor, the world will be redeemed to God. The impure are to be purified, and the evil made good, through the mediation of Mithras, the reconciler of Ormuzd and Ahriman.
Mithras is the Good, his name is Love. In relation to the Eternal he is the source of grace, in relation to man he is the life-giver and mediator"
(Plato, Philo and Paul, p. 15).

12 Disciples, Miracles, Teacher and Master

He was considered a great traveling teacher and masters. He had twelve companions as Jesus had twelve disciples. Mithras also performed miracles.


Lamb, Lion, Messiah, Savior, Good Shepherd, Way, Truth and Light


Mithra was called "the good shepherd, "the way, the truth and the light, redeemer, savior, Messiah." He was identified with both the lion and the lamb.


Source of Life, Redeemer, Baptism, Anonting, Euchcarist


The International Encyclopedia states: "Mithras seems to have owed his prominence to the belief that he was the source of life, and could also redeem the souls of the dead into the better world ... The ceremonies included a sort of baptism to remove sins, anointing, and a sacred meal of bread and water, while a consecrated wine, believed to possess wonderful power, played a prominent part."


Birthday 25th December, Mysteries, Baptism, Mystical Drinks


Chambers Encyclopedia says: "The most important of his many festivals was his birthday, celebrated on the 25th of December, the day subsequently fixed -- against all evidence -- as the same birthday of Christ.
The worship of Mithras early found its way into Rome, and the mysteries of Mithras, which fell in the spring equinox, were famous even among the many Roman festivals.
The ceremonies observed in the initiation to these mysteries -- symbolical of the struggle between Ahriman and Ormuzd (the Good and the Evil) -- were of the most extraordinary and to a certain degree even dangerous character.
Baptism and drinking a mystical liquid, consisting of flour and water, to be drunk with the utterance of sacred formulas, were among the inauguration acts."


Celebrate Sun's Birth on December 25


Prof. Franz Cumont, of the University of Ghent, writes about the religion of Mithra and the religion of Christ: "The followers of the Persian god (Mithra), like the Christians', purified themselves by baptism, received by a species of confirmation the power necessary to combat the spirit of evil; and expected from a Lord's supper salvation of body and soul.
Like the latter, they also held Sunday sacred, and celebrated the Sun's birth on the 25th of December.
Both preached a system of ethics, asceticism was meritorious and counted among their principal virtues abstinence and continence, renunciation and self-control.
Their conceptions of the world and of the destiny of man were similar. They both admitted the existence of a Heaven inhabited by beatified ones, situated in the upper regions, and of a Hell, peopled by demons, situated in the bowels of the Earth.
They both assigned as the source of their condition, a primitive revelation; they both, finally, believed in the immortality of the soul, in a last judgment, and in a resurrection of the dead, consequent upon a final conflagration of the universe"
(The Mysteries of Mithras, pp. 190, 191).


A Savior, Human & Divine, Eucharist,  Baptism - Same in Both


Reverend Charles Biggs stated: "The disciples of Mithra formed an organized church, with a developed hierarchy. They possessed the ideas of Mediation, Atonement, and a Savior, who is human and yet divine, and a doctrine of the future life. They had a Eucharist (drinking his blood and eating his body), and a Baptism, and other curious analogies might be pointed out between their system and the church of Christ (The Christian Platonists, p. 240).


3 Wise Persian Wise Men Bearing Gifts, Infant Sits in Lap of Virgin Mother


In the catacombs at Rome was preserved a relic of the old Mithraic worship. It was a picture of the infant Mithra seated in the lap of his virgin mother, while on their knees before him were Persian Magi adoring him and offering gifts.



Mithra In His Tomb 3 Days! 3rd Day He Rose Again


3 Days & 3 Nights: He was buried in a tomb and after three days he rose again. His resurrection was celebrated every year.


Christmas Originated in Mithraism


McClintock and Strong wrote: "In modern times Christian writers have been induced to look favorably upon the assertion that some of our ecclesiastical usages (e.g., the institution of the Christmas festival) originated in the cultus of Mithraism.
Some writers who refuse to accept the Christian religion as of supernatural origin, have even gone so far as to institute a close comparison with the founder of Christianity; and Dupuis and others, going even beyond this, have not hesitated to pronounce the Gospel simply a branch of Mithraism" (Art. "Mithra").


 Mithra's Feast of Istar (Easter) Celebrates his Resurrection


Mithra's principal festival on what was later to become Easter, at which time he was resurrected. His sacred day was Sunday, "the Lord's Day." The Mithra religion had a Eucharist or "Lord's Supper."


Christ and Mithra - Are ONE?


The Christian Father Manes, founder of the heretical sect known as Manicheans, believed that Christ and Mithra were one. His teaching, according to Mosheim, was as follows: "Christ is that glorious intelligence which the Persians called Mithras ... His residence is in the sun" (Ecclesiastical History, 3rd century, Part 2, ch. 5).

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"I am a star which goes with thee and shines out of the depths." - Mithraic saying
"I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright morning star." - Jesus, (Rev. 22:16)

 *Additional reading . . .

*"The Mythmaker: Paul and the Invention of Christianity" - Maccoby

*Hayam Maccoby - Jewish Talmudic scholar from London's Leo Baeck College. He presensts Paul, not Jesus, as the founder of what we know today to be "Christianity". He defends Judaism against paganism and presents his findings with references.

A brief summary:

Saul (changed his name to Paul after a mystery vision), claimed to be a Pharisee rabbi, was in fact "an adventurer of undistinguished background"; The person of "Jesus", portrayed by Gospel writers as opposing the Pharisees, was in fact - Paul, himself, a devout Jew - who believed he'd been chosen by God to overthrow Roman rule & reign as King of Israel.

Earliest Christians did not preach the Christ was God - until Paul rejected his own Torah & replacing it with the pagan myth of Mithras, a dying & resurrected god. When it comes to asserting the Jewishness of Jesus, he stands on firm ground alongside most contemporary scholars. Maccoby shows how Paul "sought fame by founding a new religion" as he "was disappointed in his hopes of advancement."

Paul is seen by Maccoby as more of a carnival huckster, and a spiritual Svengali misleading many of Jesus' followers, seem to be promulgating his own religious myth. His arguments simply confirm the observation - when it comes to the early years of Christianity, documentary material is so scarce & fragmentary that almost no actual texts can prove anything.


#2 shahnaz 2011-04-10 17:05
Nazubillah,ther e is only one god ALLAH& Isa peace be upon him is the prophet&messeng er of ALLAH &thats the whole truth,nothing less,nothing more.Lies need to stop.
#1 Dana 2010-09-22 11:35
Assalamu Alaykum, i never heard of such thing...they got so confused that they had to go that far...
InshaAllah the idea of Jesus (pbuh) will change to the truth one day, as he is just a prophet and a slave of Allah just like other prophets. Allah knows best whats in these people's minds.

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