Greeks and the practice of Hellenism: Part Two

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THE next Hellenic nation to gain world dominion after the Greeks was that of the Romans.
The Romans had a big hand in Hellenising Christianity.
It is the Romans who executed influential men like John the Baptist, Yahshua (Jesus) and later Peter and Paul.
Ironically, it is also the Romans who, through Emperor Constantine, invented Western Christianity, a corruption of the doctrine of Christ and the Israelites.
The Greeks had corrupted the doctrine of the Israelites through the Pharisees, their corrupt book called the Talmud, and their corrupt religion called Judaism.
The Romans did the same when they were in power and today’s Christianity has its roots not in the way of Christ, but in the decree of the Romans.
The Greeks and Romans were the known persecutors of Christ, his disciples and the true Christians who followed in Christ’s footsteps.
The most obvious Hellenic trait of modern Christianity is idolatry.
The churches are riddled with images and sculptures of crosses, angels depicted as females (instead of males), Christ portrayed as a white man (instead of a black man), Mary portrayed as a white woman (instead of a black woman), and so on.
The Bible clearly forbids idolatry.
It is written; “You shall not make for yourself a carved image; any likeness that is in the heavens above, or the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
“You shall not bow down to them, for I the LORD your God, am a jealous God.”
Today’s Christians wear rosaries and crucifixes.
They bow down to crosses of wood and stone.
They make a sign of the cross, touching the forehead, belly, and then their shoulders before or after praying.
All the above cannot be associated with Jesus because idolatry was forbidden to all Israelites.
The cross, a major symbol in Western Christianity, was a symbol of death and execution in the Israelite society of Jesus’ time, just like the guillotine.
These are clear examples of the Hellenisation of the Christian religion by the Romans.
What the Romans simply did was to incorporate aspects of their pagan religions into the Christian religion that was developed after Yahshua was crucified.
Many among the common people in the Roman Empire had been impacted by Christ and his legacy to the extent of worrying the rulers.
Seeing that they could not suppress the popular religion, the Romans infiltrated aspects of their pagan religions and called the new religion, Christendom.
Evidence of the ‘paganisation’ of Christianity abounds.
The Catholic worship of Mary, the mother of Yahshua, is one example.
In their pagan religions the Romans worshipped women they called ‘goddesses’.
Worshipping Mary was, in essence, a continuation of the practice of worshipping goddesses.
The ‘Hail Mary’ prayer which is often recited by the Catholics proves our point beyond doubt.
We are certain neither Christ nor his mother would have tolerated such blasphemy.
In 325 AD Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire convened the Council of Nicaea (today known as Iznik, Turkey) to resolve the disharmony in the Christian Church caused by what was known as the Arian heresy (whether or not Jesus was mortal and therefore able to procreate).
It was at the Council of Nicaea where it was resolved that Jesus was not mortal, but divine.
It was also at the same meeting that the doctrine of the Holy Trinity of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit was formulated.
Nicaea was attended by over 250 bishops with Constantine personally in attendance for two months. Arian heresy came from Arius, a Christian from Alexandria, Egypt, who argued that Christ was not a deity, but the ‘first and greatest of God’s creatures’.
This was causing division and confusion in the Church and the Roman Empire and had to be resolved, which thing Nicaea successfully did.
Christmas and Easter have very Hellenic origins.
Yahshua was not born on December 25 as suggested.
He was an Aquarian and this was well known to the Greeks and the Romans.
An Aquarian, according to the Greek zodiac, is one born in February in the northern hemisphere.
The truth is that Christmas is a disguised pagan holiday which was called Saturnalia.
Saturnalia was celebrated between December 18 and 26 by the Romans.
This was an infamous holiday whereby Roman men would party for a week, eating and drinking.
The peak of the festival was at the end, which would be on December 25.
These holidays involved Roman men beating their wives at home, and then meeting with other men to feast, drink and also exchange gifts.
Saturnalia was characterised by homosexual behaviour as these Roman men openly indulged in orgies during this festival.
The British eventually banned Saturnalia.
The festival was so immoral that one fellow white nation had to ban it.
Christmas replaced Saturnalia as it is celebrated on the same day.
Christmas also involves the giving of gifts, partying and getting drunk.
These are aspects borrowed from Saturnalia.
They have nothing to do with Yahshua or the Israelites.
To complete the deception, the Americans incorporated the doctrine of Santa Claus, the image of a whiteman they call ‘Father Christmas’.
Santa Claus has absolutely nothing to do with Christ, but everything to do with the Hellenisation of the Christian religion.
Easter is another Hellenic festival.
The date of Easter was set up by the Romans.
It is now characterised by images and commercial sales of an Easter bunny.
This alone is suspicious as Easter is supposedly the anniversary of Yahshua’s death.
Easter’s worst crime is its very existence.
Who, after losing a loved one, remembers and celebrates the day his loved one died?
That day should be a solemn memorial with no celebration whatsoever for it is reminiscent of a tragic event.
Rather it is the killer of the deceased who has anything to celebrate about, for to him it is an anniversary of his victory over his foe.
The Romans; the killers of Yahshua, are the ones who introduced these pagan doctrines and festivals that are followed by many Christians today, not Christ.

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