Do you really know Jesus?

He was a mystical figure

Ambassador or nomad from afar

Authored a beautiful story of compassion

With the purpose of teaching obedience

To a stubborn world with unruly subjects

Birthed by a young virgin

Fathered by an elder

God-less patriarch traditions

Celebrated by mis-informed Christians

Shares a similar plot as Buddha

Some attachment to Egypt’s History

Resembled King Solomon not King James

Left archives of inconsistencies

Forcing many to reject his spirituality

Over one-billion Christians continue to celebrate the story of Jesus. From the lens of spirituality one can see why that story is still being told and worshiped. It’s a feel-good story that speaks of love, compassion, forgiveness, and sharing. It remains the perfect blueprint for those who want betterment for the world at large, and of course those who want to inspire others to come to Jesus. Christianity remains firm in their conclusions about Jesus though there are many versions of the life of Jesus.

Sadly, there is not enough lessons within the walls of Christian denominations on the different pieces of evidence besides the bible. The stories in the bible are implausible because memorization is being taught instead of critical thinking. This, unfortunately, remains a hindrance when conversations about the historical life of Jesus is being taught. Christianity has failed to teach the historical truths about the bible and the prophets. Instead, Christians are being told that the bible is the most reliable source of evidence that proves Jesus’ life. Ironically, the bible is one of many pieces of evidence of biblical activities and cannot be the main source of proof.

Rome’s empire existed in the times of Jesus, but the Jewish people were in opposition to everything Rome stood for. The carriers of the laws of Moses did not believe in the presence of Jesus; though they showed disdain toward Rome for not accepting the laws of Moses. Neither understood the definition of faith; because the Jesus that Christians worship was killed with the support of Rome’s empire and Jewish people. Two different worlds are portrayed in the bible but scholars have concluded that one world existed. The spiritual Jesus was really a political figure. Essentially, a non-conformist figure was simply written as a spiritual being named Jesus.

At the height of Rome’s empire was the introduction of literature that spear-headed into different writings by different philosophers. The empire remained the dominant force, and researchers have shown how the Roman empire sought to write in ways which supported the status quo of Rome. Think of Mark 12:17 where Jesus is supposedly telling a disciple this, “Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and give to God what belongs to God.” A spiritual Jesus would never support an empire like Rome, because Christians are taught that Jesus came to admonish sin and chaos. Rome was like all other empires: Destructive, problematic, and dangerous. Therefore, telling the disciples to support Rome partly and God partly raises the eyebrows.

The author, John G. Jackson in his book, Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth, wrote that the most famous writers at the alleged timing of Jesus did not mention any Jesus figure in their writings. Instead, it is theorized and concluded that Jesus was simply an elaborate story written by Paul. For example, Jackson writes in his explanation that the story of Jesus shares similarities to the Indian deity, Krishna. Krishna existed and performed miracles in Mathura. The story of Jesus’ shows him traveling to a place called, Matarea. Krishna is also featured in many Indian art pierced with an arrow while “hanging on the cross.”

It is no surprise that those in power tend to write with the intention to influence a population. Rome’s empire was no different. In its effort to spread its dominant powers in all areas; the acceptance of Christianity by Constantinople was a political move rather than a spiritual awakening.

Highly recommended books about Jesus:

Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth by John G. Jackson

Christianity in Roman Africa by J.Patout Burns Jr., and Robin M. Jensen

(I do not have any rights to the content of Dr. Ray Hagins’ video)

                                          Conclusions of the Bible

There is not a piece of thing in the Bible, in the Koran, or the Torah where God wrote. It is where men wrote or women wrote and said God said it to some guy the other day which nobody has his record either.”

Dr. Yosef Jochannan

Many denominations and interpretations have emerged because of the written words of Judaism-and-Christianity. Both religions are interconnected and follow the same principles.

The bible consists of different stories, which were written at different times and by various writers and editors. Numerous perspectives and writing styles can be found in the book that is mistakenly called “Holy Bible.” In fact, the book is far from holy and it details the beliefs, and the experiences and responses of ancient predecessors.

The Old Testament is a narrative that was written to show one group’s cultural ways as well as their migration to-and-from different regions. They are now eastern Europeans who identify as “Jewish” and find a relationship to their {G-d} according to the tenets of the Old Testament. More specifically, the 5-books which are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy- which they call, “Torah.” Within the books are the laws and values of the group such as their dietary customs and the importance of laws.

The synagogues are their places of worship and even jesus supposedly visited those assemblies for dialogue with the congregation. Since Christianity was created more with the personal writings of Paul-the-Apostle rather than with tangible evidence; it has been circulating that jesus would belong more to the Jewish religion rather than the one he was placed into by Paul.

Moses, who remains a strong symbol in Judaism, originated from Egypt and is sometimes seen as the writer of the five-books; though that conclusion is a false one. According to the late Dr. Yosef Jochannan, the religion, Judaism, took many social constructs from Africa to write and form Judaism. In his book, We The Black Jews, Dr. Jochannan debunks the myth that the origin of the religion started in Asia or Europe, and places its origin in Africa. He writes this:

It must be noted that Judaism’s  most important “revealer of God’s(Jehova’s) truth” was, in fact, an African(or Egyptian) named “Moshe/Moses.” And most of what Moses knew about “Jehovah” was in reality what he learned from his fellow Africans of the craft of Amun-Ra(“Mysterics System”) in Egypt, centered in the Grant Temple(Lodge) at Wa’set called (“Thebes”) by the Greek conquerors from ca.332 B.C.E and, “Luxor” by the Arab conquerors, ca. 638-640 C.E.

The book of Exodus holds his story from Egypt into a “Promised Land” that was given by their {G-d} to them. The religion still has roots on the continent where even today synagogues are in North African countries. In addition, the region/country of Ethiopia is significant to the practice of the religion, and many Ethiopians were invited to the State-of-Israel once it was deemed as the land of Israelites. Ironically, the rightful place of Judaism or the “Jewish” people is either in the region of Ethiopia, and of course, in North Africa where there is a minority of ethnic-Jews.

The priests answered to the experiences of the “Israelites” while living in two kingdoms with accountability and emotions. Many religious people proclaim that those priests were ordained by God and were different from others. Unfortunately, this analysis is not true, and the priests were simply expressing a cultural-and-religious approach to honoring God.

The regions of North and South Judea show the different accounts of the group. Within that context, the contended history of the Israelites would focus on fulfilling what their {G-d} had ordained for them to do. For example, In the northern kingdom, the prophets-Amos and Hosea- focused on answering to the presence of chaos with a sense of morality. To the south were Isaiah and Micah, who also questioned injustices as the “Israelites” encountered military actions from other groups.

Along with the priests were kings who either strengthened or weakened the Israelites journey.

The kings in the kingdom in Jerusalem were considered good kings since Jerusalem is a holy place. Kings are described as evil if they celebrated idolatry and/or didn’t keep with the commandments. For example, king Josiah, who is in the book of 2-Kings was a good king because he upheld the commandments while king Manasseh made Jerusalem into a place of paganism. King Solomon is also known for his deviation from the pathway of the religion when he frolicked with women of other tribes and worshipped the religion of those women.    

                                           HIS-tory of Creation

There are many paradoxes in the bible, and the reader will have the uncomfortable role of determining what is literary, and what is evidentiary.

The creation story that is explained in the bible is mired with non-Scientific truths. To add insult to injury is the many conclusions by regional cultures who explain creation differently. Sadly, the reader of the bible must question whose version of creation is featured in the bible.

According to John G. Jackson,” The Babylonian and Biblical deluge myths are so similar that they must have been derived from some more ancient common source.” John G. Jackson gives the different cultures who explained the start of humanity through their lens (Synopsis):

 Egyptian Culture: A god dwelling in a primeval abyss, where he had been since the beginning of time, uttered his own name, and by so doing caused himself to live.

Babylonian Culture: There were primeval gods dwelling in an abyss. Other gods joined them later, and a conflict developed

Chinese Culture:  The world started as an atom formed from nothing. Over vast periods of time the original atom split in two, producing a male and a female principle. These also split in two, eventually into four elements.

Japanese Culture: The world started from an atom, which produced male and female elements. These formed an egg, containing germs from which heaven and earth resulted.

Celtic Culture: The world was brought about by two principles: one creative, the other destructive. The destructive principle dwelled in an abyss.

Scandinavian Culture: In the beginning was a yawning abyss, bordered on one side by mist and cold and on the other side by fire.

Jackson, Christianity Before Christ, pgs 21-23   

The plot of Noah’s story sits in closeness to the flood story of Gilgamesh who was a Sumerian king. The “Epic of Gilgamesh” details a flood happening because the gods were upset with humanity for making noises. The building of a boat, a raven and a dove, and a quest for new territory are emblazoned in this Sumerian version.

Gilgamesh was a part-god and part-human figure who came in contact with Enkidu who was a creature from the wilderness. Enkidu was a creation by the gods to challenge Gilgamesh, because Gilgamesh was a cruel tyrant who raped women, and used forced-labor to build his palace. Upon hearing many cries for help from his subjects, the gods decided to intervene by sending Enkidu. Interestingly, Gilgamesh and Enkidu go on a journey together after a fight between them and one that Gilgamesh won.   

On the journey, Enkidu died and Gilgamesh is depressed because he realizes how fragile life is and how he, too, can die. Gilgamesh asked the gods for eternal life and went on a mission to find another character named, Utnapishtim, who was given immortal life by the gods. Utnapishtim guided Gilgamesh throughout a journey of realization about the importance of living life.

Some important points of the “Epic of Gilgamesh:”

  1.  Utnapishtim explains the flood story to Gilgamesh
  2. All the gods congregated as a council with the intent to destroy humanity
  3. Ea-god of wisdom- warned Utnapishtim about the plan of the gods
  4. Utnapishtim built a boat for his family and for every seed of living things
  5. The water receded and the gods regretted their actions
  6. Utnapishtim was given eternal life and the gods guaranteed that humanity would always go on

In the last part of the Gilgamesh’s journey, Utnapishtim’s wife persuaded him to share the significance of a special plant that gives a person youthful feature. Gilgamesh gets the plant, but a serpent steals the plant from him and the snake’s skin sheds instantly to reveal a newer look.

In the end, Gilgamesh returned to his city and saw it with a new sense of meaning.

There are many stories of how the Earth was formed, and the “Enuma Elish” is a Mesopotamia fable written on stone tablets that details a battle between the main god, Marduk and the minor gods.

An article by Charles Matthewes, PH.D. says this, “One of the oldest sources of human thinking about evil is the creation myth of Babylon that we know as the Enuma Elisha.” Matthewes explains further by referencing the civilizations who used that conclusion, ”The combat myth  was a common theme across many of these cultures. Mesopotamian, Hittite, and Canaanite stories all tell the story in similar ways: the story of the universe as a whole, as a site of combat between good and bad divine powers.”

A snippet from, gives this information:

The story, one of the oldest, if not the oldest in the world, concerns the birth of the gods and the creation of the universe and human beings. In the beginning, there was only undifferentiated water swirling in chaos. Out of this swirl, the waters divided into sweet, fresh water, known as the god Apsu, and salty bitter water, the goddess Tiamat. Once differentiated, the union of these two entities gave birth to the younger gods.

The Enuma Elish has been viewed as the source for the creation of the Hebrew version of the book of Genesis.  

                                           Ancient Kemet

The entire continent of Alkebulan(Africa) contribute(d) immensely to civilization since Africa is known as the beginning of human life.  Africa’s original name meant, “Mother of Mankind.”  

Alkebulan’s activities can be seen in many sections of the bible. Throughout the bible are  African spiritual concepts, which are either implicitly or explicitly stated.

In ancient Kemet that was Upper Egypt was home to advanced dynasties who analyzed the environment and perfected the laws-of-Nature. Those different nobles mastered spirituality and science before the Greeks and the Romans, and Europe combined.

Nete-Ru was considered as “divine energies” to Kemet’s population and they concluded that everything was created by one force who carried the other powers. To them, the omnipresence of God had distinct functions in Nature and in many heliographs, individuals are pictured with objects and animals atop the head.

Kemetians studied energy to explain how the Universe was created. To them, everything revolved around vibration. The energy in fire, air, water, and Earth were analogous to the renewable of the human soul. In their conclusion, these forces would take on different forms while being in constant motion.

Essentially, they never saw a separation of anything, but rather, they viewed everything in synchronization. In Kemetic science-and-spirituality, individuals worked through transformational moments, where they confronted the good times-and-the bad times with god-self qualities. God was part of the soul and body; not a separate force like many religions may teach. This differs from religious dogmas, which are known to hand over struggles to a diety without any personal accountability.

In 1954, an educator from the country of Guyana by the name of George G.M. James would write a book called, Stolen Legacy, where he explained the familiarity between ancient Africa’s scientific conclusions to the philosophy of the Greeks.

An excerpt from James’ book says this:

  • Heraclitus, (a) that the world was produced by fire through a process of transmutation, and (b) since all things originate from fire, then Fire is the Logos: The Creator. (2) Anaxagoras (a) the Nous or mind is the source of motion or life in the universe and that sensation is produced by the stimulation of opposites. (3) Democritus (a) that atoms under-lie all material things, and (b) that the phenomena of life and death are merely changes in the mixture of the atoms, so that the atoms never die, because they are immortal.
  • These doctrines were by no means produced by the late Ionic philosophers, but could be shown to have originated from the Egyptian Mystery System. The Egyptians were fire worshippers, because they believed that fire was the creator of the universe, and built their great pyramids (pyr = fire) in order to worship the God of Fire, and the pyramid age goes back to something like 3300 B.C.,  several thousands of years before the Greeks were said to have come into the Mediterranean area.

James would go into great details about the obvious plagiarized work of ancient African works in the hands of the Greeks. He mentioned in the book that:

The teachings of Pythagoras seem to have been so comprehensive that nearly all his successors embraced and taught a portion of his doctrine, which we are told he obtained by frequent visits which he made to Egypt for the purpose of his education. Two things are at once obvious, (1) that the Greek philosophers practiced plagiarism and did not teach anything new and (2) the source of their teachings was the Egyptian Mystery System, either directly through contact with Egypt, or indirectly through Pythagoras or tradition.

 It is worth mentioning that well-known philosophers in Greece were chastised and tortured because they taught African theories. The teachings of Socrates and philosophers alike did not begin in the country but rather, they were taken from the established kingdoms of the “Land of the Blacks” better known as the region of Ethiopia.


The New Testament, or the “Gospels according to Paul” was written to invoke a new way of thinking, but with the stories of the Old Testament as the source. Some of Kemet’s work would also surface in the writings of Rome as it pertains to jesus.

Paul-the-Apostle was the writer of the gospels and he wrote it as Rome was reaching its literary height. Greece had gained the prominence due to its travels between Africa and the Mediterranean, and of course, by rummaging through the Africa’s manuscripts.

Many intellects and researchers have concluded that there was never a jesus and Paul re-wrote the Old Testament with a new set of eyes. Sadly, the same messages with misogynistic language and a heavy focus on connecting christ to Moses and even Elijah are visible. Still, the question of whose life was Paul really thinking of as he wrote remains enigmatic.  

Upon close examination of the story of jesus’ one will see the parallels to Horus of Egypt; to Mithra of Persia, and to Krishna of India. The conclusion would appear that jesus does not hold an individual biography that could be explained. Instead, jesus’ life is that of Horus or other near East deities with comparable subtleties. 

The cross that is often associated with jesus appeared in ancient Egypt before the religion of Christianity. The writer, John G. Jackson, wrote that, “The Egyptian influence on Orthodox Christianity is far more profound than most people realize. All of us have seen the CHI(X)-RHOP(P) emblem displayed in many Christian churches, and reputed to be the sacred monogram of Christ. This monogram, originally, sacred to Horus, was known in Egypt thousands of years before the beginning of Christianity.”  Jackson also blatantly wrote that the entire bible originated from the sacred books of Egypt, such as: The Book of the Dead, The Pyramid Texts, and The Books of Thoth.

Jackson also offers the most poignant and clear history of Africa, Rome, and Christianity. His book, Christianity before Christ, details evidence-filled information on how Christianity became a religion. Jackson quotes Dr. Alvin Boyd Kuhn as saying this:

The entire Christian Bible, creation legend, descent into and exodus from Egypt, ark and flood allegory, Israelite history, Hebrew prophecy and poetry, Gospels, Epistles and Revelation imagery, all are now proven to have been the transmission of ancient Egypt’s scrolls and papyri into the hands of later generations which knew neither their true origin nor their fathomless meaning.

The most notable person in Christianity falls miserably under the tangibility of evidence. To share the most unveiling conclusion about jesus is that all Christians are worshipping a figure that never walked the Earth. Additionally, his return resembles another religious fairytale that is common in the doctrines and sermons of religious institutions.

Jesus’ story is the closest to  Horus of Egypt as well as the Babylonian legend, Bel. An ancient tablet that dates to 2000 B.C talks about a “passion play”  and is summarized by the late John G. Jackson as this:

  Horus                                                                   Jesus

Two mothers: Isis the Virgin, who conceived him, and Nephthys, who nursed him. He had 5-brothersJesus had two mothers- Mary the Virgin, who conceived him and Mary, the wife of Cleophas, who brought him forth as one of her children
Horus was the son of Seb, his father on earthJesus was the son of Joseph, his father on earth
Horus was with this mother until twelve years oldJesus remained with his mother, the Virgin, up to the age of twelve
From twelve to thirty years of age there is no record in the life of HorusFrom twelve to thirty years of age there is no record of Jesus
Horus was baptized at thirtyJesus was baptized by John the Baptist at thirty

       Bel                                                      Jesus

Bel is a taken as a prisonerJesus becomes a prisoner
Bel is tried in the Hall of JusticeJesus is also tried as a prisoner
Bel is smittenJesus is scourged
Bel is led away to the mountJesus is led away to Golgotha
With Bel are taken two malefactors; one of whom is releasedWith Jesus two malefactors are led away; another, Barabbas is released
After Bel has gone to the Mount the city breaks out in tumultAt the death of Jesus the veil of the Temple is rent; the dead come from the graves and enter the city
Bel’s clothes are carried away      Jesus’ robe is divided among the soldiers  
Bel goes down into the Mount and disappears from lifeJesus, from the grave, goes down into the realm of the dead
A weeping woman seeks him at the gate of burial  Mary Magdelene comes weeping to the tomb to seek Jesus
Bel is brought back to lifeJesus rises from the grave alive

Jackson, Christianity Before Christ, pages: 45, 114,

According to John J. Jackson’s book, Pagan Origins at the Christ Myth, “Whether Jesus lived or not, we may conclude with certainty that Christianity is of pagan origin. December the twenty-fifth is celebrated as the birthday of Jesus Christ. This date is an approximation of the Winter Solstice, and the birthday of several pagan sun-gods.”

Finally, so many people still cannot differentiate between actual evidence, and religious “evidence” because their beliefs supersede critical thinking. Sadly, Judeo-Christianity is responsible for the lack of intellectual questioning of its content. Consequently, many generations are reading the bible and believing it to a doctrine of truth and as being inspired by God.

Belief is paradoxical to evidence and using religious ideology alone to explain history is proving to be a disservice to the intellect of individuals.


Matthewes, Charles. (2021)

Mark, Joshua. (2018). Enuma Elish: The Babylonian Epic of Creation.—the-babylonian-epic-of-creation—fu/#:~:text=The%20Enuma%20Elish%20(also%20known,the%20creation%20of%20the%20world.


G.M. James. Stolen Legacy. (1954).

Yosef Jocannan. We The Black Jews. (1939)