I am a “sort of atheist” Because I do certainly not believe what Religion of today preach. “It has actually convinced people that there’s an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do, every minute of every day. (George Carlin)”
And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do? Nah! BS I say. What I do believe is that we were all genetically manipulated at some time in history by a race of beings visiting earth. Yes I believe that! Because it explains religion problems of today as well as science problem. First there is a story about A father and two sons. Of which one of them is bastard. So the two brothers are only half-brothers. This story can be found in almost all religions, including judgment pagan religions. The GODS is almost always “The keepers of the soul” Anunnaki, ASA GODS, Greek Gods, etc..
Lets take a look at the problems of religion of today!
First: It has been misinterpreted that the word: GODS after the bible has always been interpreted as singular GOD (Elohim) and this is wrong. Because according to the “Enuma Elish” they were several NOT singular. Look at the third word, Elohim. The -IM ending means that it is plural, like cherubim and seraphim. Elohim means “gods”, not “god”. That means an accurate translation would read:
“In the beginning, the gods created heaven and earth.” So now we are clear with the fact that ELOHIM means GODS not GOD. This was made to easier control people, with one all mighty GOD. So it’s a lie. It should always be: “The GODS created us in their own image” and this is what the Enuma Elish tells us.
Second: Look at the oldest stories older than the “Big Book of Lies” (BIBLE) always tells about a Father (or an older Brother) and two sons (or younger brothers). Where the bastard brother gets killed or expelled by the “genuine brother” and the Father leaves or die. The genuine brother kills his half-brother in revenge for his fathers’ murder or disappearance. Ex: THOR punishes his half-brother LOKE for the death of Balder son of Oden, or HORUS kills SETH, or Proetus Perseus Acrisius, or Zeus punishment to Medea for killing her own brother Absyrtus. Enki expels Enlil. There are so many stories like these, and many more. All these tell the tale of GODS not GOD. So isn’t it very strange that these stories are all so much alike?
NO not really! These stories are witness testimony’s of HOW we all was created. And stories that happened around that time, when the GODS were present for some time. They were also said to be “ The keeper of our souls” so that means that there is something after this life. Also they explains the missing “time gap” for human evolution which seems to be so hard to explain. There simply isn’t time to evolve into these beings we are today, if you listen to Russel or Darwin’s theories. The Enuma Elish explains how this evolution could go so fast as it did.
In the premiere episode of the second season of “Through the Wormhole” Morgan Freeman dives deep into this provocative question that has mystified humans since the beginning of time. Modern physics and neuroscience are venturing into this once hallowed ground, and radically changing our ideas of life after death.
Freeman serves as host to this polarized debate, where scientists and spiritualist attempt to define what is consciousness, while cutting edge quantum mechanics could provide the answer to what happens when we die. It probably wasn’t long after ancient people developed a belief in the afterlife that they began trying to contact those who had crossed over to the other side.
Necromancy, the term for such communication with dead souls, comes from the ancient Greek word nekromantia, but the practice dates back much further than the Greeks. Egyptian and Chaldean magicians attempted to conjure up the deceased and speak with them, and God specifically barred the ancient Hebrews from engaging in the practice in Deuteronomy 18:10-11.
In the epic poem The Odyssey, Homer describes his hero Odysseus casting spells according to the instructions from the sorceress Circe, in an effort to speak to the prophet Tiresias and gain assistance to return home. Roman necromancer’s believed that it was easiest to reach the dead in caverns and near volcanoes, which they believed to be passageways to the underworld.