WasJesus Christ, just another Sun (Son) god and the Bible was based on Astrology? It appears very Likely.

Here is an interesting video, linking the Bible and the events with Astrology.

12 Disciples represent the 12 constelations.

The resurrection after 3 days, represents how the Sun appears to become frozen (dies) for 3 days, in the equinox and then appears to start its return (resurrection).

The similarities between all the Sun gods such as Mithra, Horus and Jesus, also point to this astrological basis for the Bible and Jesus Christ.

The Death on the Cross, is a representation of the cross of ancient Astrology where the Sun dies before being resurrected.

The Sun appears first in the star sign Virgo at it's birth, Dec 25th, thus the Virgin birth myth.

Etc. etc...

I'll let the video do the explaining.

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Comment by Dyslexic's DOG on February 3, 2015 at 1:20am

Thus, the origins of the Bible occurred only 300 years BCE, not 1300 BCE as is claimed by Jews and Christians.

The characters of Abraham, Moses, Joshua, etc.  were invented only centuries before Christ, not a millennium before him.

Comment by Dyslexic's DOG on February 3, 2015 at 1:17am

Aries, my zodiac symbol, it turned against Jesus, that I can use as my excuse for being anti-Christian.  LOL.

:-D~

I knew that the Moses, baby in the basket myth was copied from King Sargon The Great.

When they wrote the first books of the Old Testament, in 300 BCE, they borrowed a lot of other legends and attributed them to Moses and Joshua.

Comment by Michael Penn on February 1, 2015 at 1:02pm

A very plausable theory. 12 months, 12 disciples, etc. Everything fits a secrets of travel and secrets of the seasons type reasoning. What I want to know is which one of the months turned against him because I have a month or two that I don't like either.  :)

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