If you are going to investigate the origins of Christianity, it’s useful to examine the lies of Zeitgeist, a propaganda film released in 2007 that gives a distorted view of history, and ignores the cannabis component, while creating a personality cult around the film’s director, Peter Joseph. So understand Zeitgeist is part of the mind war and intended to lead you into a rabbit hole and not enlighten you about the truth. But once you know where the magician wants you to look, you can sometimes figure out what he is hiding with the other hand.
Zeitgeist claims Jesus was constructed from previous solar myths, especially those from Egypt, and Jesus is an invention of the Roman Catholic Church—something that did not exist until 1054, when the state religion created by Constantine splintered into two, one headquartered in Rome and the other in Constantinople, a schism created no doubt because both wings were using different languages.
Most of the inspiration for the Old and New Testament was not coming from Egypt, but the opposite direction, the east, which birthed a religion that swept the world, born out of great fire temples where cannabis flowers and hot milk had been mixed for centuries to make the world’s greatest medicine.
The prophet Zoroaster had an epiphany after drinking this elixir, and suddenly realized everything in the universe was related by some great spirit flowing through all creation. He named this great spirit the Mind-Being, “mind” being female, and “being” male, and together they made the great Mind-Being spirit found in all things. Zoroaster also believed in an Evil One, not related to the Mind-Being. He wrote these beliefs in the Avesta five hundred years before Zachariah rediscovered the oil in Judea.
There’s a central sacrament for his ceremony, and it looks exactly like the sacrament of the Rig Veda, Soma, which predates Zoroaster, but in Iran where Zoroaster lived, they had changed the name to Haoma.
If Zeitgeist truly wanted to enlighten us about the origins of monotheism versus the goddesses and gods of paganism, the film should have been talking about how the active ingredient in Soma and Haoma is the same as in the Holy Anointing Oil, created by Moses, rediscovered by Zacharias, made popular by John the Baptist, and employed by Jesus to heal the blind and the lame.
I don’t subscribe to the idea Jesus was a mushroom, or he didn’t exist, or he was divine (any more than you and me), but I do subscribe to the idea he was a true prophet who walked this earth preaching non-violence and used cannabis oil for all his healing miracles. Same as it ever was.