Lecture by David Icke.. official David Icke channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/davidicke freeman: http://www.youtube.com/user/Freemantv.



  1. Jesus Christ is the only way to get saved. Repent and accept him as your Lord and saviour, and have faith in his works to save you! (no works you do can save you) God came here in the flesh. To pay for YOUR sins on the cross, was buried and raised from the dead by God. Be born again of the spirit. When the spirit works in you, your ways will start to change to a new life that is without sins (I'm not saying it'll be completely sinless, but it's heading towards that, you can tell cause you will feel different, and you will want to do good. not that doing good is going to save you but Jesus Christs works alone, but a life in the light, rather than in darkness, which is that of sin, which eventually leads to damnation. look into people who've been dead for days and came back and how they went to hell and came back)
    Jesus is the Word of God. God doesn't do anything wrong. Everything is created for God, by God. God loves you more than you know. Get saved while you still can. Don't wait til it's too late. There's a reason why God does the things God does. It's to guide you towards him. God cannot lie. Turn to God while you still have time everyone, repent (turn from your sins & turn towards God) accept Jesus and have 100% faith/trust in the son of God (Lord Jesus Christ) in who he said he was and what he did for us. That anyone who BELIEVES will be saved. But if you don't truely believe, you don't really believe.
    But everything came into existance through sound (God's WORD /Word of God/Jesus)

    whoever tells you that Jesus is not God in the flesh, is that of the anti-christ.

  2. Here is a statement from Dr. Gilbert Murray, M.A., D.Litt., LLD, FBA, Professor of Greek at Oxford University, who certainly had no ax to grind concerning Christian thought on the Sabbath question. He wrote: “Now since Mithras was the sun, the Unconquered, and the sun was the Royal Star, the religion looked for a king whom it could serve as a representative of Mithras upon earth. The Roman Emperor seemed to be clearly indicated as the true king. The conquered Mithras recognized Caesar as the bearer of divine grace. It had so much acceptance that it was able to impose on the Christian world its own sun-day in place of the Sabbath. The Sun’s birthday in their calendar is the 25th of December, and became the birthday of Jesus the Son of God.”
    The Celebration of The origin of Easter dates back to ancient times, not long after the global Flood recorded in Genesis 6-9 of the Bible. Nimrod, a grandson of Noah, had turned from following Noah's God and had become a tyrannical ruler identifying himself as the incarnation of the Sun god. As King, Nimrod created Babel, Ninevah, Asshur, Calla and other cities, he opened the door to lifestyles that promoted unbelievable evil and perversion among humans.
    When Nimrod died, his wife, Queen Semiramis, defined him as the Sun-god, or Life Giver. Those who followed the religion Semiramis created in his name would be called Baal worshippers. They became associated with idolatry, demon worship, human sacrifice and other practices regarded as evil. The practices are recorded in historical texts.
    The origin of Easter involves the birth of Semiramis' illegitimate son, Tammuz. Somehow, Semiramis convinced the people that Tammuz was actually Nimrod reborn. Since people had been looking for the promised savior since the beginning of mankind, they were persuaded by Semiramis to believe that Tammuz was that savior, even that he had been supernaturally conceived. Before long, in addition to worshiping Tammuz (or Nimrod reborn), the people also worshiped Semiramis herself as the goddess of fertility. In other cultures, she has been called Ishtar, Ashtur and yes, Easter.
    The origin of Easter goes back to the springtime ritual instituted by Semiramis following the death of Tammuz, who, according to tradition, was killed by a wild boar. Legend has it that through the power of his mother's tears, Tammuz was "resurrected" in the form of the new vegetation that appeared on the earth.
    Mother and Son Worship
    Semiramis was initially included in the pagan Babylonian trinity as the holy spirit or seed of the divine son in his mother's womb. With time, however, the father Nimrod was practically overlooked and worshiped only as the god-incarnate son in his mother's arms. In other words, the father became invisible and was no longer worshiped, whereas, the mother with the god-incarnate son in her arms became the grand object of worship. Numerous Babylonian monuments show the goddess-mother Semiramis with her son in her arms. This worship of mother and child spread throughout the known world, and given different names in the various languages of the world. Ancient Germans worshipped the virgin Hertha with child in arms. Scandinavians called her Disa pictured with child. The Egyptian mother and child were worshiped as Isis with the infant Osiris or Horus seated on his mother's lap. In India, the mother and child were called Devaki and Krishna, and also Isi and Iswara as they are worshiped to this day. In Asia, they were known as Cybele and Deoius; in pagan Rome, as Fortuna and Jupiter-puer, or Jupiter, the boy; in Greece, as Ceres, the great mother with babe at her breast, or as Irene, the goddess of peace, with the boy Plutus in her arms. The image of mother with child in her arms was so firmly entrenched in the pagan mind that after the time Christianity appeared on the scene in the fourth century, these statues and paintings were merely renamed and worshiped as the virgin Mary with her god-incarnate son Jesus. Thus, the pagan mother and child entered Christianity as the Roman Catholic worship of Mary with the infant Jesus. In fact, in Tibet, China, and Japan, Jesuit missionaries were astonished to find the counterpart of the madonna and child as devoutly worshiped as they were in Rome. Shing Moo, the holy mother in China was portrayed with a child in her arms and a glory around her, exactly as if she had been fashioned by Roman Catholic artisans.
    In light of history Jesus the Christ is a merged blend of Wheat and Chaff handed to us as leavened bread. But the True God of Israel & Elijah is the God of Moses, the God, Yahweh of unleavened bread. The God who's name is simply a sound, God is The Word of creation not a created thing like the sun.

  3. The Resurrection of Christ as a celebration day on SUNday was laid upon Easter the Goddess Ishtar's celebration of fertility. This was done by the early Roman Empire through Constantine. In order to understand this, we must understand what happened in that early church soon after the apostles passed off the stage of action. Gnosticism began to rise up under the influence of philosophers who sought to reconcile Christianity with Paganism. At the same time, a strong anti-Jewish sentiment became more widespread. Very speculative interpretations began to appear regarding some of the great doctrines of Christ and the apostles.
    The following are excerpts from other websites, my final thoughts conclude an outside the box twist.
    The Conversion of ConstantineBy the time Constantine was established as the emperor of Rome in the early fourth century AD, there was a decided division in the church as a result of all these factors. I think most of you know that Constantine was the first so-called Christian emperor of the Roman Empire. The story of his conversion has become very well known to students of ancient history. He was marching forth to fight the battle of Milvian Bridge when he had some kind of vision, and saw a flaming cross in the sky. Underneath the cross were the Latin words meaning “In this sign conquer.”
    Constantine took this as an omen that he should be a Christian, and his army as well. He declared all his Pagan soldiers to be Christians, and became very zealous to build up the power and prestige of the church. Through his influence great blocks of pagans were taken into the Christian ranks. But, friends, they were still pagan at heart, and they brought in much of the paraphernalia of sun-worship to which they continued to be devoted. At the same time, many other customs were Christianized and appropriated into the practice of the church as well.
    At that time Mithraism or Sole or Sun-worship was the official religion of the Roman Empire. It stood as the greatest competitor to the new Christian religion. It had its own organization, temples, priesthood, robes—everything. It also had an official worship day on which special homage was given to the Sun, Sole, Heylel, Light Bearer, Lucifer, the morning star. That day was called “The Venerable Day of the Sun.” It was the first day of the week, and from it we get the word Sunday. When Constantine pressed his army into the new religion of following Christ they were observing the day of the sun for their adoration of the sun god or the One Light.
    Remember that these are people are assigning spiritual meaning to physical stars and planets in the sky or heavens. When everything about God is actually Metaphysical, or beyond the physical plane of human vision.
    Sun day was a sun worshiper's special holy day. In order to make it more convenient for them to make the change to the new religion of the Cross, Constantine accepted their day of worship, Sunday, instead of the Jewish Sabbath which had been observed by Jesus and His disciples. Remember that the way had been prepared for this already by the increasing anti-Jewish feelings in the land of Constantine and against those who were accused of putting Jesus to death.
    It was Constantine who first made a law for the proper observance of Sunday and who appointed that it should be regularly celebrated throughout the Roman empire.
    That law would force the Jewish followers of Christ to swing away from something which was held religiously by the original Jews and disidentify Jesus from Judaism. It is therefore easier to understand how the change was imposed on Early Christianity through a strong civil law issued by Constantine as the Emperor of Rome. The very wording of that law, can be found in any reliable encyclopedia. Those early Christians, feeling that the Jews should not be followed any more than necessary, were ready to swing away from the Sabbath which was kept by the Jews.
    This is the origin of what we know to day as Christianity.

  4. So what if you did actually decide to think outside the box and challenge the status quo and expose the Wizard of Oz? What's the model of punishment we are given historically to keep us in line? That celebration is an ancient version of our modern day Easter. You only get liberty when you suffer a painful humiliating death. That's a very reasonable gatekeeper to our creativity, uniqueness and divinity.


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