​Ineffable errata in the Bible


Pious errata were a common technique employed by early Christian writers to make a point. Their intention was to convert anyone and everyone by any means available—the same model that has been applied by colonizers to convert entire continents after conquering them in fierce battle and warfare. One of the more persuasive methods was to write a text and falsely tell others that it was written in first person. For example, the four canonized gospel tales were not written by Matthew, Mark, Luke or John. That has been a well known fact for about 200 years. And to this day, no one knows who the gospel stories were written by. These texts are perfect examples of pious fraud. A pious erratum is the foundation of the religious path known as Christianity and it continues to this day.

During the first couple of centuries of the Common Era the early Christian priestcraft, which would eventually become the early Catholic fathers, were in the process of assimilating religions from all over Europe. Ultimately the new religion becomes known as the Christian religion, or more accurately The Catholic Church. The Bible was put together by hundreds of people who were either at the head of the fraud or were pawns in its assembly. 

Once the original languages were translated into Latin, it was only a matter of time before the original language nuances could be discarded. Ever wonder why it was punishable by death to read the Bible during the Middle Ages? Punishable by death by the common folk to read it, that is. Well, the reason was that the priestcraft was well aware of the errors, inconsistencies and flat-out lies that riddled the Bible. If the common man found out, it could have been the death of the Church’s authority, power and control over the masses. And since the original languages are rarely, if ever, used by those who read the Bible (well, those who actually READ it), the fraud is perpetuated.

When a pious fraud is knowingly perpetuated in the name of power and money, you have deception. Remember, 1700-2000 years ago, when these texts were being assembled into a ‘new testament’, the vast majority of humanity was illiterate. Science was not known. Evil men ruled the world. Anything could be put forth and said to be ‘absolute truth’ when it was in fact, completely fraudulent.

6 thoughts on “​Ineffable errata in the Bible

  1. In spite of how the Bible as we know it was put together, it has changed the world. As with anything else, when misused by power and greed it gets distorted and unrecognizable. But when one follows the teachings of Jesus he becomes light to all who are around him.

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  2. I just read a fascinating thesis that the New Testament is an adaptation of Buddhist texts. Word for word pirated text. That if you were to know the Greek language as well as Sanskrit, this would be clear reading the two texts. The author says the syllable counts, etc are identical with repeating 108, and other geomatria. According to him, Jesus and Buddha are the same. It was an absolutely mind boggling read. He had said, to your point, 3 gospels are written by the same author, called Q.
    To your point, even without this, the many misinterpretations and mistranslations of the original texts. Alan Watts gave me a beautifully fascinating perspective with the Fall of Man. He said the original Hebrew was more like the discernment of what is beneficial and detrimental. Such that we became like God. Giving us an illusion we could control our lives. It was not good vs bad, but more (and this was my interpretation) the rise of the thinking mind. The illusion we could think our way out of our problems and in effect, creating our problems.

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  3. Sigh. I think my original comment was lost. If not, apologies for duplicate. If it was, let me try to do it again:

    I just read a fascinating thesis regarding this point. The man had said the New Testament is a pirated copy of Buddhist texts. He said if you were to know both Greek and Sanskrit and read the Greek New Testament versus the 2 texts – I cannot spell them
    And their names are blanking on me presently – but the main 2 Buddhist texts. Not Dhammapada If that helps hahaha. Anyway, he says they’re identical. He says Buddha and Jesus are the same person. He says if you look from a syllable count in the NT, you can see the geomatria repeating. The sacred 108 of Buddhism repeats all over NT, why is this? The verses are carefully constructed with geomatria all over – 666 syllables, 888, etc. he goes on to say As you said – 3 of the gospels were written by one person, referred to now as Q. Fascinating and mind boggling read for sure!

    To go beyond all that, the mistranslations and misinterpretations of the Bible alone can be talked about forever. Alan Watts gave me a heck of a noodler when he explained the original Hebrew of the Fall of Man was more like the discernment of what is beneficial
    And detrimental. Not good vs evil. Such that we became like god and gained the illusion of control of our lives. In my mind, this says the Fall of Man was the rise of the thinking mind. The thought we could think our way out of our problems giving rise to all our problems.

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  4. Your comment was not lost. It appears under the name “Someone” for reasons I dont understand.

    You are right. Jesus existed of course but the Roman emperors commissioned the lies in the holy book since back in those days religion was an indispensable tool for rulership. Unlike nowadays when everyone has turned atheist. In a previous life Jesus was a disciple of Buddha as a prince called Ajita. The Romans wouldn’t have understood such facts when they were writing the literature. So everything appears as a far cry of some other knowledge for, there is so much abstraction therein. The guy is on his path to Buddha-stage which is usually the tenth and final stage on the great (Mahayana) vehicle to Buddhahood.

    I agree with the genius of Watts. We are now facing THE SECOND FALL OF MAN.


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