May 6, 2012
by Alberta Parish
The greatest stories ever told have involved a human-like savior, sinless, born of a virgin-goddess, dies a martyr's death, and is resurrected from the dead as a god. In the ancient world, a long list of deities have died and was miraculously resurrected from the dead. Even Julius Caesar supposedly died a martyr's death, and was resurrected as Divus Iulius (Divine Julius) after his murder in 44 BCE. His adopted son and heir Octavian Augustus was also called the son of a god, (because of his divine father Julius Caesar's deification).
His-story is the concept that history has no flaws. Much of the history we've been taught are based on ancient myths and legends. Whoever controls the flow of information can rewrite history in his or her image, and after his or her imagination. The lines between his-story and our story have widened to separate fact from fiction. The current greatest fiction of all time is the story of Jesus.
Most black Christians worship a prescribed deity whether they call him Yahweh, Jehovah or Jesus, because they've been brainwashed to believe these mythical characters are the saviors of humanity. Many don't realize that when you spell the title "God" backwards, it becomes the word dog. Therefore, they are unwittingly referring to a dog deity.
In ancient mythology, the dog was greatly worshipped in Egypt and other cultures. Anubis, one of the Egyptian deities, was sometimes portrayed as a dog and at other times as a jackal. Known as the god of the underworld, Anubis judged the souls of the deceased by weighing their hearts against the feather of Maat (goddess of truth and justice) on a scale. If the heart weighed more than the feather, this was an indication that the heart weighed more with evil than good. The heart would then be devoured, and the deceased was not permitted to live eternally in the afterlife. The ancient Kemites believed that the soul of a man was his heart. Only Judeo-Christian and Islamic ideologies teach that the soul is a spirit entity, which can be tormented in the fires of Hades (or the underworld). However, the ancients never wrote about a place of torment for the wicked dead. In addition, the term Hades was originally the name of a Greek god of the underworld. Hades was the oldest male child of Cronus and Rhea who were twin brother/sister Titans in Greek mythology. Rhea, wife and consort of Cronus, was regarded as the mother of gods. Hades along with his brothers Zeus and Poseidon helped the Olympians to defeat the Titans. Then, Hades was given the underworld to rule. Zeus later became the father of gods and resided upon Mount Olympus. Poseidon became the god of the sea.
The Greek word for (Hades) first appeared in the Septuagint, which is the ancient translation of the Old Testament into Greek, and it was used to translate the Hebrew term for (Sheol), which was regarded by the biblical Israelites as a place of darkness for the souls of the damned cut off from God. The English usage of the word Hades appeared around 1600 as a term used to explain one of the twelve articles in the Apostle's Creed, which states "he descended into hell". From ancient Greek mythology to the Apostle's Creed, Hades went from being a Greek god of the underworld to a place of suffering for the wicked dead. Sheol is the Hebrew translation for "grave", "pit", or "abode of the dead". The term Sheol means the grave. It is not a place of torment for the wicked dead!
Many Christians, if their hearts were weighed against the feather of Maat, would be destroyed and not permitted to live in the afterlife because of their unjust and evil hearts. As a former self-righteous Christian, I thought I had all the answers when it came to spiritual truths. Now, I realize I knew nothing about true spirituality. Anyone involved in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are completely void of true spirituality. They believe their daily rituals and religious traditions are enough to appease their gods, and gain entrance into their respective heavens. But heaven is the atmospheric space surrounding Earth, and not a mythical land with angelic winged beings. If these creatures are real, then why haven't they made an appearance upon Earth?
Not only have I been brainwashed by Christians my entire life, I've worked with many Christians. On my current job, there are many Christians who are in management.
The reason most management/employers want you to be the perfect slave at work is because these people are mostly Judeo-Christian, and they believe in the master/slave relationship. Their biblical ideologies condone servitude. They believe in the concept of the perfect servant (i.e. employee). There is no perfect employee, but there is the perfect slave. If you allow other people to make you into their perfect slave, then you're the fool! Nobody can be the perfect human being. We have both good and bad characteristics. Therefore, it is human nature to practice both good and evil. We can never be Christ-like because the biblical Christ never historically existed! How the hell can anyone be Christ-like when the biblical Christ is a figment of man's imagination?
Striving to be perfect or become Christ-like is a great waste of time, effort and energy, and your time, effort and energy could be put to greater use achieving financial, spiritual and physical freedom from this corrupt and unjust system.
According to the "mythical" stories of the Four Gospels, Jesus never married, never had a girlfriend, never had children, never had premarital sex, never cursed anyone, never lied, never stole, never cheated, never abused, never taken advantage of anyone, and never sinned. I don't know a human man alive who has not engaged in sexual activities unless he has a physical and/or mental disability, which prohibits him from engaging in sexual acts. I don't know a man or woman who has never lied or been dishonest about something. Most Christian pastors/ministers are married, and they are engaging in freaky sex acts! They are not Christ-like, because the mythical Jesus never married!
The non-historical Jesus was a perfect man, and no human can live up to this standard of perfection. However, most Christians expect you to live up to these high "moral" expectations. In addition, they expect you to work like a slave on the job and maintain a positive attitude 24/7, even though they're working the hell out of people while underpaying them. Christians expect others to live up to expectations that they themselves fail to live by. Most Christians and/or Catholics want obedient slaves. If you don't allow them to run over you, they find ways to discriminate against you when it comes to other employment opportunities and/or advancements in the company. About 95% of management on my job are some of the most trifling backward-ass black people I've ever seen in my life. Mainly, Christians are the ones who cause the most trouble in the workplace, because most of them have a superiority complex. They believe the mythical sky daddy is on their side no matter how they mistreat people. The most dangerous kind of people are those who use their god as justification for their behavior. These people often justify why they fire people even if the person didn't do anything that truly justifies his or her termination.
When you work mainly under a lot of black people in management, they feel like they don't have to respect the employee. They have a thousand rules for you to abide by, and the money is not great. One thing I can say about working under a predominantly non-black management team, you will get adequate pay increases.
Black people are the only people on earth who does not work in total unity. All the other major groups are more unified, and they fight more for better opportunities and political power in their own communities. I fear for the future of black people in America, because the progress we've made is being slowly diminished. The past is the present. The future is what we do now. I only hope it's not too late for this generation.