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Discover the astonishing secret of Christianity. Jesus Christ was reincarnated, not resurrected. This was the hidden teaching of the highest circles of Christianity. Resurrection was a Jewish idea deemed fit only for the simple masses that were ignorant of the philosophy of Plato. The Gospels in fact make no secret of Christ's reincarnation, so why does Christianity still subscribe to the false doctrine of resurrection?

Read the truth, as told by by the Pythagorean Illuminati, the most ancient secret society on earth, of which Plato himself was once a member.

Do not read this book if you are a blinkered, irrational Abrahamist who prefers faith over knowledge, propaganda over facts. Your beliefs are false in every way. Get over it. And don't read it if you are a conspiracy theorist in search of Illuminati "lizard-people".
This is a book by the Pythagorean Illuminati. The Illuminati's religion is Illumination, a mathematical, scientific and philosophical version of Gnosticism. This is the world's only rational and true religion.

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ISBN: 9781465983015
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