Gods predating jesus
(Joseph was warned by a voice in a dream to flee into Egypt with the Christ-child to escape the wrath of Herod.) Krishna performed many miracles in the city of Mathura.(Jesus, while in Egypt, lived in a town named Matarea, where he performed many miracles.) Krishna was a crucified christ.(The sun was darkened from the sixth to the ninth hour on the day of the crucifixion of Christ.) Krishna descended into hell to raise the dead before returning to the abode of the gods.(We read of Jesus Christ that: “He descended into hell, and on the third day rose again from the dead.” The Descent into Hell of Jesus is described in the apocryphal gospel of Nicodemus.) Krishna rose from the grave, and finally ascended bodily to heaven in the presence of a multitude of spectators.The first mention is in the Sefer Zerubbabel, from the mid-seventh century, which uses the term, mashiah sheker, ("false messiah").Verses in the Christian Bible tell that Jesus will come again in some fashion; various people have claimed to, in fact, be the second coming of Jesus.
Here are just a few of the parallels between Horus, Krishna, Buddha, Jesus and 27 more (and this is a long article) Horus The Legend of Horus is one of the most ancient myths in Egypt, and it was central to the ancient Egyptian state religion.) Krishna was born while his foster-father Nanda was in the city to pay his tax to the king.(Jesus was born while his foster-father Joseph was in the city to pay his tax to the govenor.) The babe Krishna was adored by cowherds.According to academia, there are at least 32 stories of other virgin births in ancient cultures of bygone eras.The legends of the surrounding pagan cultures were so influential in the first century that the Early Church was forced to imitate and incorporate them to have their ‘new’ Christian religion accepted. Any time we can stretch our minds about what we think is the ‘truth’, we expand our allowing and our beliefs in possibilities.