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The systematic destruction of

the law of Jesus

Jesus (pbuh) was a very devout Jew. No Jew could
ever raise a finger at him and say why do you not
observe the Sabbath? Why do you eat pork? Indeed, it
is the apostles of Jesus and not Jesus himself who are
depicted in the NT as violating the law. The Bible tells
us that Jesus (pbuh) departed never having eaten pork,
never having violated the Sabbath, divorce was
disallowed except in adultery during his lifetime, he
followed the law of Moses to the letter. However,
Paul's dreams have now legalized for all Christians
that which Jesus (according to the Bible) died
believing in.

You will not find a single priest or evangelist who tells

his Christian followers "to enter heaven, only keep the
commandments" (as his "Lord" did). The vast majority
of Christians today do not refrain from eating pork nor
do they observe the Sabbath as their "Lord" did, and
died doing. There are so many differences between
Christians today and Jesus and his actions. Christians
in general follow the commandments of Paul and
others who are given the power to totally cancel out all
of the commandments of both Moses and Jesus, and
no Christian has any reservations whatsoever.
Christianity is literally built around the premise that
disciples of disciples, have the power to cancel the
commandments of their prophets and even the law
practiced by the alleged Son of God himself.

Let us look at this matter a little closer. God

commanded the Jews to observe a very disciplined
dietary regimen. This is where the Jews get the word
"Kosher" from. "Kosher" refers to all food that it is
permissible for a Jew to eat. Among those food that
God forbade upon all Jews was swine. For this reason
we find that Jesus (pbuh) considered pigs such filthy
and disgusting animals that not only did he never taste
their flesh (incidentally, Muslims also live out their
lives never having tasted a single swine), but he
literally considered them so lowly that they were only
fit as garbage dumps for devils. In Matthew 8:31-32
we read

"So the devils besought him, saying, If thou cast us

out, suffer us to go away into the herd of swine And he
said unto them, Go. And when they were come out,
they went into the herd of swine: and, behold, the
whole herd of swine ran violently down a steep place
into the sea, and perished in the waters.."

However, shortly after Jesus' departure, Paul makes

lawful all of the creatures of the earth

"If any of them that believe not bid you [to a feast],
and ye be disposed to go; whatsoever is set before you,
eat, asking no question for conscience sake."

1 Corinthians 10:27

In one tragic moment, Jesus' lifetime of restraint was

casually swept under the carpet.

Many people believe that the vision of Peter found in

Acts was the primary factor in the cancellation of this
fundamental law of the Jews. However, Christian
scholars today are well aware that the writings of Paul
are the oldest writings to be found in the Bible. They
were written between 50-60 AD while even the four
Gospels themselves were written decades later
between 70-110 C.E. Secondly, the book of Acts (70-
90 AD) although popularly considered to have been
written by Paul, is now recognized to have been
written by some unknown author(s) other than Paul
but who was/were sympathetic to his cause.

According to the Bible, Jesus (pbuh) spent his whole

life in strict adherence to the commandments of the
law of Moses (pbuh). He departed leaving his
followers with the following words:

"Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the

prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. For
verily I say unto you, TILL HEAVEN AND EARTH
PASS, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from
the law, till all be fulfilled. Whosoever therefore shall
break one of these least commandments, and shall
teach men so, he shall be called the least in the
kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach
them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of

Matthew 5:17-19
Paul's dreams, however, have broken commandments
right and left. There is so much of what Jesus (pbuh)
did during his lifetime that his followers have now
totally neglected, not because Jesus (pbuh) told them
to break the commandments, but because Paul would
later tell them to break them upon the authority of the
visions he was receiving.

So, what we have concluded from the current view of

Jesus' master plan is the following:

1) Jesus (pbuh) lived among his people for thirty three

years showing them many miracles and teaching them
to keep the commandments of Moses, to observe the
Sabbath, to refrain from eating pork, to circumcise
their children, to fast with the Jews, to worship in the
synagogues, and so forth. He did not do this with his
words alone but gave them an example in his own
actions. Whenever he spoke about his miracles he
claimed that he did them through "the finger of God"
and that he "can of mine own self do nothing."
Whenever he spoke of worship he would say "worship
the Father" and not "worship me," "worship the
Trinity," or "worship us." He also never said "I am a
god." The term "son of God" was used by his people
for many millennia before him to describe a devout
servant of God and applied in the Bible to many
prophets before him and even to common people.
Further, God was understood by the people of his time
to be the "Father" of all those who love him.

2) For three centuries after the departure of Jesus

(pbuh), his apostles and their followers (excluding
Paul and his followers) continued the tradition of Jesus
(pbuh) as faithful Jews and followers of the law of
Moses (pbuh). They practiced their worship in the
synagogues of the Jews, they visited the Temple daily,
and for all intents and purposes were indistinguishable
from all other Jews except for the fact that they
affirmed that Jesus (pbuh) was the promised Messiah,
which many Jews did not (and still do not) accept.
None of these people, not even Paul, had ever heard of
a "Trinity." Jesus (pbuh) decided not to reveal his (and
God's) "true" nature until three centuries after his
departure. He decided that three centuries after his
departure it would be time to come to the church and
give them divine "inspiration" to "insert" verses in the
Bible validating the "Trinity" (such as 1 John 5:7).
These "inspired" revelations from Jesus are
********ed by Christian historians to have been
continuing at least up till the fifteenth century CE (see
above). Jesus also "inspired" them to utterly destroy all
Gospels written before this fourth century which did
not teach this "true" nature of Jesus as being God. He
further "inspired" the church to utterly destroy all
ancient manu******s written in the original Aramaic
or Hebrew language of Jesus (pbuh) and the apostles.
He "inspired" them that the Greek and Latin
manu******s would be amply sufficient. And finally,
he "inspired" them to launch a massive campaign of
"inquiry" to "cleanse" the earth of all remaining
Unitarian Christians or convert them.

3) When Jesus (pbuh) departed, his followers

continued to faithfully follow his example and observe
the laws of Moses. Now Paul comes along and
persecutes the followers of Jesus every way he knows
how. He admits that:

"For ye have heard of my conversation in time past in

the Jews' religion, how that beyond measure I
persecuted the church of God, and wasted it"

Galatians 1:13 (also see Acts 7:58-60, 8:1-3)

Now Jesus (pbuh) decides to bypass his apostles and
go directly to the worst persecutor of his followers on
earth in a "vision" and give him knowledge not
available to the apostles. Paul now reveals that God
holds all of mankind responsible for the sin of Adam
(Romans 5:11-19, 1 Corinthians 15:22). God himself,
however, claims long before Paul was ever born that

"The fathers shall not be put to death for the children,

neither shall the children be put to death for the
fathers: every man shall be put to death for his own

Deuteronomy 24:16.

and "The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father,
neither shall the father bear the iniquity of the son"

Ezekiel 18:20


4) Paul further revealed that Jesus came to him in

visions and told him to nullify the commandments of
God which he had spent thirty three years on earth
upholding and teaching his followers to observe, and
that these commandments "decayeth," were ready to
"vanish away," and were a "curse" upon us. The only
requirement in order to receive true salvation,
according to Paul, is to believe in the original sin and
the atonement. No actual work is necessary. This one
belief is the only necessary and sufficient condition.
However, Jesus departed not only never having
violated the law of Moses but also having told his
people that "till heaven and earth pass" whoever would
dare to do so would be called "the least in the kingdom
of God." Jesus (pbuh) was claimed to have been
conditioned and prepared for "the atonement" from the
beginning of time, however, whenever he was asked
about the path to heaven he not only never mentioned
any atonement but only (repeatedly) told his followers
to "keep the commandments." Even when pressed for
the path to perfection he only told his followers to sell
their belongings.

5) Jesus never in his life saw fit to write a single

inspired word. However, after he died, he started
appearing to countless people in their dreams and
visions and commanding them to write in his name
and guiding their words. He did not see fit to guide
their hands from writing conflicting versions of the
same story (chapter two) since these contradictions
were intended to strengthen a Christian's faith.

6) Since the only course to salvation is to accept the

sacrifice of Jesus (pbuh) and the law of Moses is
worthless, therefore, God did not see fit to allow those
born before Jesus (pbuh) including countless previous
prophets to enter heaven, but rather allowed them to
remain stained with the sin of Adam and gave them a
very strict and disciplined law that was totally useless
and could never relieve them of this hereditary stain.
These people shall never receive true salvation. Only
those after Jesus (pbuh) will receive true salvation
(Romans 3:28...etc.).