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Christian History and Marxist “Scientific History”

Posted by Bob on May 5th, 2011 under Coaching Session, History

It is hard to find any genuine facts about the time of St.Paul, because Christian, Jewish, Moslem and Marxist theologians have all built their separate edifices on their own version of history a hundred years each way from when Paul lived.

For anyone to point out that St. Paul and the earlier Philistines of Israel were repeating doctrines from a degenerate version of the Zoroastrian faith would get you executed in Medieval Europe.

It would also get you executed in Stalin’s Russia.

The whole basis of Marxism (political correctness) is what Marxists call Marx’s Science of History. Marx’s Science of History is rooted in history as it was in the Victorian Age in which he lived. Any discussion of real history, like that of Zoroastrianism, questions not only the Old Testament, but history according to Marxism as well.

Any discussion of the actual influence on the actual religion of Iran which was critical over a two thousand year period is punished as heresy by all four religious sects.

I was watching a documentary where it was declared that the Jews were the ONLY people who banned graven images. Actually, Zoroastrians banned images of God (Ahura Mazda) and burned Greek temples for their idols while Jews were still a multi-theistic desert tribe.

Why is this information produced?

Why is the fact, that is well known, that Persians burned Greek Temples in the time when Athens was new because they had images of their gods in them, never mentioned in this documentary made by professional historians?

The fact is that many, many historical facts are OPENLY ignored when they are not convenient. The gray buildings portrayed in the historical “Gladiators” film, which was praised for its “realism” by historians, is one obvious example.

In another series much lauded by historians, “I, Claudius” showed the Emperor Augustus in a garden filled with gray statues that would have looked to anyone in his time like a yard full of broken-down cars in white trash areas.

There is nothing subtle about this.

This could all be dismissed as detail, if it were not that the whole basis of politically correct, Marxist, history is seriously called scientific because it is based on this view of the past. We are outlawing people who dare to discuss any realistic discoveries about the basis of our society!

  1. #1 by BGLass on 05/05/2011 - 9:10 am

    The Roman and Anglo-Saxon Jesus’s seem to be the main categories here and they do seem to carry noticeably distinct previous materials from their two different paganisms and yet with overlap. Northern thing, seems more god as truth, the totality of totalities, the web, the matrix, the positional nature of reality, the star we follow to the moment of birth on the grid of which the positional nature of a thing predetermines its outcome, and on and on. The hanging on the tree for language and runes and poetry, incarnational connectedness, the integrated state of behavior having to do with thoughts and with feelings, all of a piece, etc., states of livingness less than following ideas.

    The main thing for everyone: don’t ever notice any differences about anything; don’t ever articulate any observations. Say what is on t.v. and you will do great!

    But what kind of people are not bored by that? What would one have to be —inside oneself— not to be bored by that? Don’t they just get bored? Why don’t they want to know about something new?

  2. #2 by Dave on 05/05/2011 - 10:58 am

    What happens is that having the title “Professor” pinned to your name with few exceptions immediately turns a person into a buffoon.

    At the very moment of acquiring the title, the newly minted “Professor” thinks that what comes out of his or her mouth is profound and important.

    The title “Professor” turns a man or a woman into a turnip.

    What actually happens is very simple.

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