The Truth Behind the Christ Myth: The Redemption of the Peacock Angel

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 2002 - Philosophy - 100 pages
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Return of the Serpents of Wisdom and Conversations With the Goddess author Pinkham tells us the Truth Behind the Christ Myth and presents radically new information regarding Jesus Christ and his ancient legend, includes: The legend of Jesus Christ is based on a much earlier Son of God myth from India, the legend of Murrugan, the Peacock Angel; The symbol of the Catholic Church is Murrugan's symbol, the peacock, a bird native to south-east Asia; Murrugan evolved into the Persian Mithras, and Mithras evolved into Jesus Christ Saint Paul came from Tarsus, the centre of Mithras worship in Asia Minor. He amalgamated the legend of the Persian Son of God onto Jesus' life story; The Three Wise Men were Magi priests from Persia who believed that Jesus was an incarnation of Mithras; While in India, Saint Thomas became a peacock before he died and merged with Murrugan, the Peacock Angel; The Emperor Constantine, the first 'Christian' Emperor of the Roman Empire, was a lifelong devotee of Mithras. He was baptised Christian on his deathbed; The myth of the One and Only Son of God originated with Murrugan and Mithras.
 

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Contents

Beginning of the Christ Myth page
17
Jesus Christ merges with the Peacock Angel page
43
In Search of the King of the World
63
The Peacock Angel and Shamballa page
74
The Redemption of the Peacock Angel page
87
The Once and Future Myth of the Son of
99
A Son of God Myth for the Age of the Son page
107
and Son of
113
The Rites of the Peacock Angel and Son of God page
145
Footnotes and Bibliography page
151
The Author Pages page
157
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