|Acharya S (aka D.M. Murdock)|
|Christ Conspiracy: Greatest Story Ever Sold|
Author (aka Dorothy Milne Murdock, 1961-Dec. 25th, 2015) makes the case that there was no actual person named Jesus.
Rather, several characters were rolled into ONE mythic being inspired by the deities:
Murdock concludes that it is certain that Jesus was neither original nor unique, nor was he the divine revelation we make him out to be.
Rather, Christ represents an ancient body of knowledge derived from celestial observations and natural forces [Jordan Maxwell calls "astro-theology" explained in Peter Joseph's Zeitgeist series].
Chapters in the book The Christ Conspiracy include:
Capitalizing on the same great story again
- The Holy Forgery Mill
- Biblical Sources
- Non-Biblical Sources
- Further Evidence of a Fraud
- Physical Evidence
- The Myth of Hebrew Monotheism
- The Characters
- Astrology and the Bible
- The Son of God is the Sun of God
- The Disciples are the Signs of the Zodiac
- The Gospel Story
- Other Elements and Symbols of the Christian Myth
- The Patriarchs and Saints are the Gods of Other Cultures
- The Meaning of Revelation
- The Bible, Sex, and Drugs
- Essenes, Zealots, and Zadokites
- Alexandria: Crucible of Christianity
- Enter Rome
- The Making of a Myth
|Christ vs. Jesus of Nazareth|
Primary sources discussed include the Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls, Talmud, Book of Enoch, Gospel of the Hebrews, Gospel of Thomas, Gospel of the Infancy, Epistle of Barnabas and Shepherd of Hermas.
The works of Josephus, Pliny, Tacitus, Suetonius, Justin Martyr, Marcion, Irenaeus, Tertullian, Augustine, Eusebius, Porphyry, Celsus, and others are also included. More