The Origins of the 'Holy Trinity' and the Crucifixion
The foolish notion that God would ever allow Himself, even if it were possible, to be pounced on and humiliated, let alone crucified in order to satisfy man's perverse narcissism, is folly raised to its highest power. This morbid love of self is one of the main causes of man's continuing addiction to the wanting to become equal with God.
Foremost among these deceptions is the continued adherence by the Christian churches to the pagan Passion Story and its calendar, through which the process we have come to call Generic Engineering' has extinguished virtually everything relating to the authentic beliefs, teachings and practices of Christ, the Messiah, son of Mary the virgin, who they call Jesus; and even that is not his proper name. His name in Hebrew was Yashuah or Joshua, in Arabic it is Isa, and in Gaelic he is called Isa Mac Mary or Mariam. The name Jesus is to do with the son of Ja-Zeus the Sun God, and is alien to the Hebrew name of God
"The story of Bel and the story of Jesus are one and the same, and this not only deprives the evangelical records of the claims to be genuine but it convicts them of complete plagiarism", says Kamal-ud-Din in his 'Sources of Christianity'.
The following is from the January 1922 edition of "Quest" which describes the tablets belonging to the cuneiform documents which were discovered by German excavators in 1903 and 1904 at Kalah Shargat, the site of the ancient Assur formed in the 9th century BC or even earlier. There are however, copies of still earlier Babylonian tablets, says the writer, which also contain astounding facts, which would be perturbing to thousands of honest minds in Christendom. [if only they were allowed to know of them] It is not (only) the similarity between the two stories of Jesus and Baal/Bel that should excite their astonishment: The two being one and the same.
The Babylonian Passion Play 900 BC
Bel/Baal is taken prisoner.
Bel/Baal is tried in the house on the Mount (the Hall of Justice) of the High Priest.
Bel/Baal is smitten (wounded).
Bel/Baal is led away to the Mount.
Together with Bel/Baal a malefactor is led away and put to death. Another, who is also charged as a malefactor, is let go, thus not taken away with Bel/Baal.
After Bel/Baal had gone to the Mount, the city breaks out into tumult, and fighting takes place in it.
Bel's/Baal's clothes are carried away.
A woman wipes away the heart's blood of Bel/Baal flowing from a drawn out weapon (spear?).
Bel/Baal goes down into the mount away from sun and light, and is held fast in the Mount as in a prison.
Guards watch Bel/Baal imprisoned in the stronghold of the Mount.
A goddess sits with Bel/Baal; she comes to tend him.
They seek for Bel/Baal where he is held fast. In particular a weeping woman seeks for him at the "Gate of Burial." When he is being carried away the same lamented: O, my brother! O, my brother!"
Bel/Baal is again brought back to life (as the sun of spring) he comes again out of the mount
His chief feast, the Babylonian New Year's festival in March at the time of the Spring Equinox is celebrated also as his triumph over the powers of darkness
The Christian Passion Story 1992 CE
Jesus is taken prisoner.
Jesus is tried in the house and the Hall of Pilate.
Jesus is scourged.
Jesus is led away to crucifixion on Mount Calvary.
Together with Jesus, two malefactors are led away and put to death. Another. (Barrabbas) is released to the people, and thus not taken people, and thus not taken people, and thus not taken away with Jesus.
At the death of Jesus, the veil in the temple is rent (Synoptic), the earth quakes, the rocks are rent asunder, the graves are opened, and the dead come forth into the holy city (Matt).
Jesus' robe is divided among the soldiers (Synopt., John, cp. Ps XXII 18).
The lance thrust into Jesus' side and outflow of water and blood (John). Mary Magdalene and two other women busy themselves with the (washing and) embalming of the body (Mark, Luke).
Jesus, in the grave, disappears from life, in the rock tomb (Synopt), goes down into the realm of the Dead (1 Pet.m.l9,Matt XlI. 40, Acts II 24, Rom. X17, "descent into hell" dogma)
Guards are set over the tomb of Jesus (Matt).
Mary Magdalene and the other Mary sit before the tomb (Matt., Mark).
Women, in particular Mary Magdalene, came to the tomb to seek Jesus where he is behind the door of the tomb. Mary stands weeping before the empty tomb because they have taken her Lord away. (John)
Jesus' restoration to life, his rising from the grave (on a SUN-day morning).
His festival, approximately at the Spring Equinox, is also celebrated as his triumph over the powers of darkness (cp.e.g Col.II 15).
Taken from the book, ‘Satanic Voices - Ancient and Modern’ by David M. Pidcock, 1992 (ISBN: 1-81012-03-1) pp.92-98