Jesus: the Christian cult of the antichrist
All cults are built in a way to protect themselves and maintain their followers – even when what they say contradicts themselves and their own beliefs. This is especially true with Christianity. Jesus himself possibly never wanted anyone to worship him and in all likelyhood his aim was to bring people to “God”.
However, over the years the messages of Jesus were mixed with superstition and were completely at odds with what a Jewish rabbi (which is what Jesus was) would have believed about himself. At Judaism’s core is the 10 commandments, and not without reason the number one on that list is “you shall have no other gods before me” (Exodus 20:3).
Christians will immediately argue that Jesus was God, but this is not true, as he also prayed to the Heavenly Father, he did not pray to himself. Then Christians will say “but the trinity” – Jesus is part of God, and I would agree, in as much as we are all God’s sons and daughters. Jesus is, and never was unique in that respect.
The worship of Jesus is an act going against the very notion of a Christ, and most certainly goes against the notion of a monotheistic God (a single God). It also contradicts Jesus own teachings which I will discuss later.
Jesus Christ Superstar. Just some of the worship that both Christians and non-Christians produce to worship Jesus the idol.
Claimed descendancy from King David & King Solomon
This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. That number is 666.
Jesus the idol, is also the only ‘character’ in the New Testament gospels to have a connection to the “666” mentioned in Revelations. This is done through the claimed lineage (in the Gospel of Matthew) so believers can begin to differentiate between an imaginary idol (to be worshipped as a God) and the Rabbi Jesus who taught about God.
It is claimed that Jesus was a direct descendant of King David and also had a connection to King Solomon on his “father’s” (his Earthly Father Joseph’s) side. If we take the basic step of using our wisdom and searching “666” in the Bible we are left with a total of 4 verses. One of them being from the book of revelations, 2 of the remaining 3 relating to Solomon.
I do not claim Jesus’ connection to either King David or King Solomon, it was his followers who made that connection and deemed it essential for claiming that Jesus was their promised “Messiah” or, in the greek, their “Christ”.
A modern example of the worship of Jesus the idol, instead of the worship of God. Not only defying the teachings of Jesus but denying the Heavenly Father as well as the entire Bible.
Contradicting Jesus’ own teachings
There are still places in the new testament Bible that most likely allow the real Jesus to shine through. A Jesus that has been distorted and altered by his followers and the early (anonymous) writers of much of the gospels. That may come as a shock to people brought up in Christian churches, but it is a fact that the four gospels detailing Jesus’ life were written by anonymous authors, the fictional names (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) were given at a later date to provide them with greater authenticity.
These inconsistencies help explain why the ancient and modern church could go against Jesus’ own words that only God was good and that he was not. Instead, they set about creating a new idol to worship – one called “Jesus” and also the one they called “Christ” or “Messiah”. Their very own version of the “Golden Calf” of the Old Testament.
We can see now from our modern vantage point how well meaning early believers in the Christian church took what was most likely Jesus’ teaching’s about God and distorted them in such a way to tell a very different story. A story to fulfill their desire to have a messiah to save them. A desire to be right. A desire, like the Apostle Paul had, for the “apocalypse” to be true. Unfortunately, the awaited apocalypse for the early christians never came, and instead we now have a perpetual religion in waiting for a messiah that will never return. As I will discuss below.
All churches have a cultural depiction of Jesus, and so all churches worship a made-up character named “Jesus” (especially in white countries) – most definitely with little resemblance to any real Jesus that walked the Earth.
He was never coming back
One of the most telling verses of the New Testament Bible is where Jesus tells his followers many of them will be alive to witness him coming into his Kingdom on Earth. This never happened and all of those followers are long dead, and so Christianity has, ever since, contorted itself in order to fit that particular failed prophecy. The reality is that it was always a collection of parables, some possibly from a historical Jesus, and others made up by followers in what was to later become the Christian church.
The truth is all the testimony of the historical as well as the idol Jesus was never put down on parchment while he lived, and not for many decades after the crucifixion. So while christianity has had a positive impact on many people’s lives and I personally believe the historical Jesus was a well-intentioned Jewish Rabbi, the fact remains that the gospels are too heavily doctored to be reliable testimony.
They have been shaped in order to fulfill Jewish prophecy but often fail in the attempt because they were always trying to make a god out of a man who was refusing to be one. Take Jesus’ supposed words to heart and yes, worship God, but don’t give your soul over to false idols. It’s a waste of your faith. If you want Jesus as your teacher great, but don’t create a new false god that will stop you from experiencing the truth from the LORD your God.
“Jesus” from The Big Lebowski. With extensive child abuse across all Christian churches, it is obvious that the Christian churches really do not serve God, they serve the idol of Jesus. Not only commiting physical abuse against children, but also psychological abuse by brainwashing them with the false beliefs of their cult.
He will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshiped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God.
2 Thessalonians 2:4
The only figure on Earth (God’s Temple) to fit the description of the “anti-Christ” from Christian tradition is the idol of Jesus themselves. They are placed as “god” above all things called god. Only Jesus is god in Christianity. While teachings from the Bible have been useful for many people’s lives and faith, Christianity has brought genocide, forced conversions, child sexual assault as well as the deaths of many first nations people across the Earth. This is not “Godly” at all. It is in fact so evil that Jesus themselves said of Christianity:
Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you workers of lawlessness!’
No antichrists were harmed during the making of this study.
Scott Morrison: Autopsy of an Australian Antichrist
There are many that see “666” as some kind of evil power, but in my experience of the Spirit it is, (as the bible says) a mark of certain characteristics that are running opposite to the presumed virtues of Christ. An “anti-christ”. God sees fit to provide us with one such example of an “anti-Christ” in an easy to study environment: that of the Australian parliament.