Ω MithrasMithra, the Light of the World, is an ancient sun god who was later identified with Sol Invictus, who was born on December 25th. A judicial figure; an all-seeing Protector of Truth, and Guardian of Cattle, the Harvest and of The Waters.
The Sun presides over the 12 Astrological Stars and Greek Gods
|Ω Mithras||Jesus Christ|
|According to early Christianity, Jesus was the 'Sun God' (or Son of God). This brought old astrotheolog, solar mythology and Greek pagan Gods into Christian faith. Christians deny Jesus and the Sun are connected, though they acknowledge Christian festivals are rooted in paganism (i.e. Christmas, Easter etc.)|
|Sun gives light||Jesus gives spiritual light|
|Sun guides the stars||Jesus guides humanity|
|Sun is at center of the planets||Jesus is central to Christian doctrine|
|Sun overlooks 12 Zodiac Constellations (or Greek Gods)||Jesus overlooks his 12 disciples|
|Sun gives life to vegetation||Jesus gives life to dead souls|
|Sun has always existed||Jesus has always existed (immortal)|
|Sun is the "soul of the world"||Jesus is the spiritual soul for Christians|
Emperor ConstantineAfter Emperor Constantine converted to Christianity in 4 AD, Mithras who was previously honoured as a supreme diety fell out of favour. Early Roman Christians were now compelled to worship the new 'Sun God' in the form of Jesus Christ, the "Son of God".
Constantine remained a PaganEvidence suggests Constantine viewed Jesus Christ as one of many gods in a crowded pantheon of gods; a war god who had provided him with victory over Maxentius.
Jesus Christ would be used by Rome as a political tool to solidify power, and unite the pagan religions across the world under a new God.
It is widely believed that Constantine remained a pagan throughout his life until the point of death.
Thomas PaineThe Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun, in which they put a man called Christ in place of the Sun, and paid him the adoration originally given to the Sun. Jesus became the 'Son of God' or the 'Sun God', like Mithras, guardian to twelve Greek Gods.
Apostle PaulThe Christ Myth theory is the view Jesus of Nazareth had no historical existence. According to Bart Ehrman and other Biblical scholars, the historical Jesus did not exist. Or if he did, he had virtually nothing to do with the founding of Christianity.
As Paul never physically met Jesus during his lifetime, Bible critics believe Paul wrote of Jesus as an exalted being, either a mythical entity, a celestial deity, 'a savior figure from the ancient mystery religions' named Jesus.
Aries is represented as the Ram/Lamb because March/April is the time of the year when lambs are born.
Ω AthenaGreek Goddess of Wisdom and War
|Taurus is the Bull because April/May is the time for ploughing and tilling.|
Gemini is the Twins, so-called for Castor and Pollux, the twin stars in its constellation, as well as because May/June is the time of the "increase" or "doubling" of the sun, when it reaches its greatest strength.
Ω ApolloGreek God of the Sun, the Light, the Music and the Prophecy
After the sun reaches its strength at the summer solstice and begins to diminish in Cancer (June/July), the stars are called the Crab, who "backslides."
Ω HermesGreek God of Trade, Eloquence and Messenger of the Gods
Leo is the Lion because, during the heat of July/August, the lions in Egypt would come out of the hot desert.
Ω ZeusGreek God of the Sky and King of the Gods
Virgo, originally the Great Mother Earth, is the "Gleaning Virgin, who holds a sheath of wheat," symbolizing August/ September, the time of the harvest.
Ω DemeterGreek Goddess of Agriculture, Fertility, Sacred Law and the Harvest
|Libra (September/October) is the Balance, reflecting the autumnal equinox, when the days and night are again even in length.|
Scorpio is the Scorpion because in the desert areas the fierce storms of October/November were called "scorpions" and because this time of the year is the "backbiter" of the sun as it begins to wane.
Ω AresGreek God of War
Sagittarius is the "vindictive Archer" who side-wounds and weakens the sun during its approach in November/ December towards the winter solstice.
Ω ArtemisGreek Goddess of the Hunt, Forests and Hills, the Moon, Archery
In Capricorn, the weakened sun encounters the "filthy, illomened Hegoat," who drags the solar hero down in December/January.
Ω HestiaGreek Goddess of the Hearth and Domestic Life
Aquarius is the WaterBearer because January/February is the time of winter rains.
Ω HeraGreek Goddess of Marriage and Queen of Olympus
Pisces is represented by the Fishes because February/ March is the time when the thinning ice is broken and the fattened fish are plucked out.
Ω PoseidonGreek God of the Sea
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