Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Christianity: The Day Humanity Was Raped And Bleeded And We Did Nothing!!!



                                                                     

Note:- Below Article is indeed very shocking and contains elements of horror . Readers of weak heart and mind should read at their own risk and readers of younger age in the parental supervision.

"Anyone who attempts to construe a personal view of God which conflicts with Church dogma must be burned without pity."
                                                                                                           -                  Pope Innocent III
"Fear is the basis of the whole - fear of the mysterious, fear of defeat, fear of death. Fear is the
parent of cruelty, and therefore it is no wonder if cruelty and religion have gone hand-in-hand
."
                                                                                                                             -Bertrand Russell


Medieval Torture Devices
Reaching its peak in the 12th century, torture was used in capital cases as well as against suspected heretics. From the mid-14th century to the end of the 18th century, torture was a common and sanctioned part of the legal proceedings of most European countries which was approved by the inquisition in cases of heresy.

The most common means of torture included burning, beating and suffocating, however the techniques below are some of the more extravagant and depraved methods used and allowed by the Roman Catholic Church.
The Rack
The Rack was an instrument of torture often used in the Middle Ages, and a popular means of extricating confession. The victim was tied across a board by their ankles and wrists, rollers at either end of the board were turned by pulling the body in opposite directions until dislocation of every joint occurred. According toPuigblanch, quoted in Mason's History of the Inquisition,
"in this attitude he experienced eight strong contortions in his limbs, namely, two of the fleshy parts of the arms above the elbows, and two below; one on each thigh, and also on the legs."
The Rack

Bound, the heretic, could then be subjected to other forms of torture for the exaltation of their faith.                                             
Other forms included the detainee being fastened in a groove upon a table on his or her back. Suspended above was a gigantic pendulum, the ball of which had a sharp edge on the lower section, and the pendulum lengthen with every stroke. The victim sees this engine of destruction swinging to and fro only a short distance from ones eyes.
 Momentarily the keen edge comes nearer, and at length cuts the skin, and gradually cuts deeper and deeper, until their life has fully expired.
The Stock
The Stocks
With their feet in the stocks, two pieces of timber clamped together, over and under, both across each leg above the ankles. The soles of their feet then having been greased with lard, a blazing brazier was applied to them, and they were first blistered and then fried. At intervals a board was interposed between the fire and their feet and removed once they disobeyed the command to confess themselves of guilt for which they had been charged.
Being more painful, but less fatal than racking, this was the torture most in vogue when the subject chanced to be of the female sex. It was also favored in cases where children were to be persuaded to testify against their parents. Slighter tortures consisted of binding a piece of iron to a limb and putting a twister mark to force it inwards, as was pressing the fingers with rods between them, or removing a nail from fingers or toes, which were all highly practiced upon persons of not sufficient strength to support the pulley, rack, or fire.
Water Boarding Techinque
Water Torture
The victim's nostrils were pinched shut, and eight quarts of fluid were poured down the victim's throat through a funnel. Other techniques included forcing a cloth down the throat, while pouring water, which made a swallowing reflex pushing it further down into the stomach producing all the agonies of suffocation by drowning until the victim lost consciousness. Instead of water, the torture was sometimes conducted with boiling water or vinegar.
Death occurs from distention or rupturing of the stomach. One of the many cases recorded by the Inquisition, was in 1598 concerning a captured man, who was accused of being a werewolf and "possessed by a demon" while in prison. The official report states only that he had such a thirst that he drank a large tubful of water so that his belly was "distended and hard", and then later died. Taking inspiration from this is modern day Guntanamo Bay Water Boarding Torture Technique Of USA. Typical Christian Attitude.
The Heretic Fork
The Heretics Fork
This instrument consisted of two little forks one set against the other, with the four prongs plunged into the flesh, under the chin and above the chest, with hands secured firmly behind their backs. A small collar supported the instrument in such a manner that the victims were usually forced to hold their head erect, thus preventing any movement.
The forks did not penetrate any vital points, and thus suffering was prolonged and death was always nearly avoided. The pointed prongs on each end to crane the persons head made speech or movement near impossible. The Heretics Fork was very common during the height of the Spanish Inquisition.
The Pear
The Pear
The pear was a torture device used on females. This device was inserted into the vagina, or mouth of the victim and then expanded by force of the screw to the maximum aperture setting of the victims cavity. The antrum would then irremediably become lacerated, nearly always fatally, ripping the tissue, flesh and membranes.
This item became extensively applied throughout the Spanish Inquisition to force confessions from those accused of Witchcraft. The pointed prongs at the end of the segments serve better to rip into the throat, the intestines or the cervix. Many paid dearly when the Pear was their fate. 
The Branks
The Branks
The Branks, also sometimes called Dame's Bridle, or Scold's Bridle comprised of a metal facial mask and spiked mouth depressor that was implemented on housewives up until the early 19th century. Many clergymen sustained in this husband's right to handle his wife, and to use "salutary restraints in every case of misbehavior" without the intervention of what some court records of 1824 referred to as "vexatious prosecutions."
Generally a husband would need only to accuse his wife of disagreeing with his decisions, at which the Branks could be applied. The subject would then be paraded through the streets, or chained to the market cross where she was exposed to public ridicule. 
The Wheels
The Wheel
The wheel was one of the most popular and insidious methods of torture and execution practiced. The giant spiked wheel was able to break bodies as it rolled forward, causing the most agonizing and drawn-out death. Other forms include the "braided" wheel, where the victim would be tied to the execution dock or platform. Their limbs were spread and tied to stakes or iron rings on the ground. Slices of wood were placed under the main joints, wrists, ankles, knees, hips, and elbows. The executioner would then smash every joint with the iron-tyred edge of the wheel--however the executioner would avoid fatal blows to give the victim a painful death.
According to a German chronicler, the victim was transformed into a huge screaming puppet writhing in their own blood. It looked like a sea monster with four tentacles, and raw slimy shapeless flesh, mixed with splinters of bone. After the smashing had taken place the victim would literally be "braided" into the wheel and hung horizontally at the top of the pole.
The Breast Ripper
The Breast Ripper
The name of this device speaks for itself. Women condemned of heresy, blasphemy, adultery, and witchcraft often felt the wrath of this device as it violently tore a breast from their torso.

This device was highly put into service during the massacre of the Danes.
 

Hanging Cages
Hanging cages
These cages were usually hung around the outsides of town halls and ducal palaces, they were also near the town's hall of justice and surprisingly cathedrals. The victim, naked and exposed, would slowly wither from hunger and thirst. The weather would second the victims death by heat stroke and sunburn in the summer and cold in the winter.
The victims and corpses were usually previously mutilated before being put in the cages to make a more edifying example of the punishment. The cadavers were left in the cages until the bones literally fell apart. 
The Garotte
The Garotte
Originally, the garotte was simply hanging by another name. However, during Medieval times, executioners began to refine the use of rope until it became as feared and as vile as any serious punishments. Executioners first used the garotte to end the suffering of heretics broken on the wheel, but by the turn of the 18th century the seed of an idea involving slow strangulation was planted in the minds of lawmakers.
At first, garottes were nothing more than an upright post with a hole bored through. The victim would stand or sit on a seat in front of the post and chanting crowd, and a rope was looped around his or her neck. The ends of the cords were fed through the hole in the post. The executioner would then pull on both ends of the cord, or twist them tourniquet-styled, slowly strangling the victim. Later modifications included a spike fixed into the wood frame at the back of the victim's neck, parting the vertebrae as the rope tighten.
 
The Head Crusher
The Head Crusher
With the victim's chin placed on the lower bar, a screw then forces the cap down on the victims cranium. The recipients teeth are crushed and forced into the sockets to smash the surrounding bone. 

Head Crusher Of Movie SAW
                                                                                  
The eyes are compressed from their sockets and brain from the fractured skull.
This device, although not a form of capital punishment, is still used for interrogational purposes. It was to inflict extreme agony and shock and leave the victim in its grasp for hours. Other methods included the head screw (below) which was placed around the forehead and tighten. The accused became so frantic by the extreme panic of having their head crushed that they confessed to anything.
Burnt at the Stake (Christian’s Most Favourite)
If the Inquisitor wanted to be sure no relics were left behind by an accused and convicted heretic, he would select death by burning at the stake as the preferred method of execution. With few exceptions, death came from being burned alive. Frequently, burning a victim at the stake was cause for a crowd. Not content to merely learn about the spectacle after it was over, the masses wanted to be entertained.
Burning Of Humans
Reflecting on those facts, and understanding such events occurred "under the law," one can clearly understand how Thomas Hobbes (this is a contemporary biography) came to the conclusions he did about man in a state of nature.
If man is capable of such violence and inhumanity in a state of civilization, of what is he capable when there are no laws and there is no society?(Carole D. Bos)
The Iron Maiden
The Iron Maiden
The Iron Maiden or Virgin of Nuremberg was a tomb-sized container with folding doors. The object was to inflict punishment, then death. Upon the inside of the door were vicious spikes. As the prisoner was shut inside he or she would be pierced along the length of their body. The talons were not designed to kill outright.
The pinioned prisoner was left to slowly perish in the utmost pain. Some models included two spikes that were driven into the eyes causing blindness. One of these diabolical machines was exhibited in 1892. 
The Strappado
The Strappado
One of the most common torture techniques. All one needed to set up a strappado was a sturdy rafter and a rope. The victim's wrists were bound behind their back, and the rope would be tossed over the beam.
The victim was repeatedly dropped from a height, so that their arms and shoulders would dislocate. This was a punishment of the Secret Tribunal until 1820. 
The Boots
Also known as the bootikens. The legs of the patient were usually placed between two planks of wood, which they binded with cords and wedges. The torturer used a large, heavy hammer to pound the wedges, driving them closer together.

The Boots
Forceful blows were used to squeeze the legs to jelly, lacerating flesh, protruding the shins, and crushing the bones; sometimes so that marrow gushed out. Once unloosed the bones fall to pieces, rendering the legs useless. This torture was most overwhelming, as one can imagine.
Judas Cradle
Judas Cradle
The victim was stripped, hoisted and hung over this pointed pyramid with iron belts. Their legs were stretched out frontwards, or their ankles pulled down by weights. The tormentor would then drop the accused onto the pyramid penetrating both orifices. With their muscles contracted, they were usually unable to relax and fall asleep.
As mentioned by Anne Barstowe, the torturers took high advantage of positions of authority to indulge in the most pornographic sessions of sexual control over heretics.
The Guillotin
The Guillotine
The Guillotine became the official instrument of execution in France in 1792, during the French Revolution. The device was named for Joseph Ignace Guillotine(1738-1814), a member of the Revolutionary assembly. He regarded the device as a quick and merciful type of execution. A guillotine had two posts joined by a crossbeam at the top. A heavy steel knife with a slanting edge fit in grooves in the posts. A cord held the knife in place.
When the executioner cut the cord, the knife dropped and cut off the victim's head. It was not until 1981, that France abolished capital punishment, and that the use of the guillotine ended. The Guillotine family were later forced to change their surname's as a direct result of this invention.
This Is How Christianity Spread In The World
Conclusion:-  Christianity at its best is another form of Islam or at best Nazism. You don’t have to watch horror movies like Hostel or SAW or Texas Chain Massacre just see the Christianity’s  history. If after going through this article if you you still choose to be a Christian its your choice ,I am not going to torture you like Christianity as im a Humanist. But do remember you are chosing the worst for yourself. You may not know but who knows many of Christianity’s victims , they could be your long forgotten ancestors too. Many and Many could be your forefathers too whose voices where silenced forever. But Im not going to sit quit and pretend to be a Christians and I will not sleep until I expose the barbarity and diabolic nature of this cult even if Im left alone in my battle……WAR has hardly just begun..Im not done yet because I have not WON YET……

In The Name Of Humanity,
Robert Mascharan!!!     






Christianity Means Plagiarism!!!


Jesus is Horus


Event
Horus
Yeshua of Nazareth a.k.a. Jesus
Conception:
By a virgin. There is some doubt about this matter
By a virgin. (Though Isaiah  mentioned Ha-Almah=Young Woman& not virgin)
Father:
Only begotten son of the God Osiris.
Only begotten son of Yehovah (in the form of the Holy Spirit).
Mother:
Isis-Meri. 
Miriam (now often referred to as Mary).
Foster father:
Seb, (a.k.a. Jo-Seph). 
Joseph.
Foster father's ancestry:
Of royal descent.
Of royal descent.
Birth location:
In a cave.
In a cave or stable.
Annunciation:
By an angel to Isis, his mother.
By an angel to Miriam, his mother. 
Birth heralded by:
The star Sirius, the morning star.
An unidentified "star in the East."
Birth date:
Ancient Egyptians paraded a manger and child representing Horus through the streets at the time of the winter solstice (about DEC-21). In reality, he had no birth date; he was not a human.
Born during the fall. However, his birth date is now celebrated on DEC-25. The date was chosen to occur on the same date as the birth of Mithra, Dionysus and the Sol Invictus (unconquerable Sun), etc.
Birth announcement:
By angels.
By angels. 
Birth witnesses:
Shepherds.
Shepherds. 
Later witnesses to birth:
Three solar deities.
An unknown number of wise men. They are said to have brought three gifts; thus the legend grew that there were three men.
Death threat during infancy:
Herut tried to have Horus murdered.
Herod tried to have Jesus murdered.
Handling the threat:
The God That tells Horus' mother "Come, thou goddess Isis, hide thyself with thy child."
An angel tells Jesus' father to: "Arise and take the young child and his mother and flee into Egypt."
Rite of passage ritual:
Horus came of age with a special ritual, when his eye was restored.
Taken by parents to the temple for what is today called a bar mitzvah ritual.
Age at the ritual:
12
12
Break in life history:
No data between ages of 12 & 30.
No data between ages of 12 & 30.
Baptism location:
In the river Eridanus.
In the river Jordan.
Age at baptism:
30.
30.
Baptized by:
Anup the Baptiser.
John the Baptist.
Subsequent fate of the baptiser:
Beheaded.
Beheaded.


                                                 

1.    Jesus was referred to as the Chief cornerstone (i.e. capstone) - a reference to an Egyptian pyramid. The chief cornerstone of the pyramid is same symbol for Horus, the Egyptian god and savior.
2.    Like the Egyptian pharoah, Jesus was called a shepherd who rules the nations with a staff.
Jesus: I am The Good Shepard
3.    Horus was a popular Egyptian god who was the son of Osiris and Isis. Osiris and Horus were both solar deities. Osiris was the setting sun, Horus the rising sun. Jesus is the rising Son and the Morning star.
4.    The pharoah was considered to be an incarnation of Horus (also known as "Amen-Ra," the sun god). In the same way, Jesus is considered to be the incarnation of his heavenly Father. Horus was the lamb of God who took away the sins of the world. Horus had an adversary named "Set". Jesus' adversary was "Satan".
The story of Horus can be found in "The Egyptian Book of the Dead (also known as the "Papyrus of Ani") written over 3,000 years before the birth of Christ.
Identical Life Experiences


Athens 570 BCE

(1)
It is written that both Horus and Jesus existed before their incarnations. 
(2)
Horus' birth was announced by a star in the East and attended by three wise men.
(3)
The infant Horus was carried out of Egypt to escape the wrath of Typhon. The infant Jesus was carried into Egypt to escape the wrath of Herod. Concerning the infant Jesus.
(4)
He was a child teacher in the temple and was baptized by Anup the Baptizer when he was thirty years old.
(5)
He had twelve disciples and performed miracles such as feeding bread to the multitude and walking on water.
(6)
He raised one man, El-Azar-us, from the dead. Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead.
(7)
He transfigured on a mount.
(8)
He also had titles such as the "way, the truth, the light, the Messiah, God's anointed Son, the Son of Man, the good shepherd, the lamb of God, the Word, the Morning Star, the light of the world.
(9)
He was "the Fisher," and was associated with the lamb, lion and fisheh ("Ichthys").
(10)
Horus's personal epithet was "Iusa," the "ever-becoming son" of "Ptah," the "Father."
(11)
Horus was called "KRST," or "Anointed One. Jesus was called Christ.
(12)
He was crucified, buried in a tomb and resurrected.
(13)
The adoration of the Virgin and Child is connected with both the adoration of Isis and the infant Horus and the adoration of Mary and infant Jesus. In the catacombs at Rome are pictures of the baby Horus being held by the virgin mother Isis, the original "Madonna and Child."
(14)
Osiris, Isis, and Horus are the principal trinity of the Egyptian religions. God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit is the Christian trinity
(15)
Dr. Draper says: "For thirty centuries the Egyptians had been familiar with the conception of a triune God. There was hardly a city of any note without its particular triads. Here it was Amum, Maut, and Khonso; there Osiris, Isis, and Horus" .

 Horus With The Dove
Jesus With The Dove
                             
(20)
There are two stories connected with Horus that is analogous to stories found in the Old Testament. The hiding of the infant Horus in a marsh by his mother undoubtedly parallels the story of the hiding of the infant Moses in a marsh by his mother. When Horus died, Isis implored Ra, the sun, to restore him to life. Ra stopped his ship in mid-heaven and sent down Thoth, the moon, to bring him back to life. The stopping of the sun and moon by Isis recalls the myth of the stopping of the sun and moon by Joshua. Just see the name  IS-RA-EL(Ra=Sun & El=God)

"Osiris, I am your son, come to glorify your soul, and to give you even more power." - Horus, (Book of the Dead, Ch. 173)
"Now is the Son of Man glorified and God is glorified in him. If God is glorified in him, God will glorify the Son in himself, and will glorify him at once." - Jesus, (John 13:31-32)
Some Other Similarities:-


1a. Horus has no official recorded history between age 12 and 30.
1b. Jesus was baptized in the river Jordan. (Matthew 3:6, Mark 1:5).
2a. Jesus was taken from the desert in Palestine up a high mountain to be
tempted by his arch-nemesis Satan. (Mark 1:13)
2b. Horus was taken from the desert of Amenta up a high mountain to be
tempted by his arch-rival Set.
3a. Jesus successfully resists.
3b. Horus successfully resists.
4a. Jesus has 12 disciples, although their names are in dispute.
4b. Horus has 12 disciples.
5a. Jesus walked on water (Matthew 14:22, Mark 6:45, John 6:16), cast out
demons (Mark 7:26), healed the sick (Matthew 4:23, Mark 1:32), and restored
sight to the blind (John Chapter 9).
5b. Horus walked on water, cast out demons, healed the sick, and restored
sight to the blind.
Egyptian Eating Of Ank: Eucharist
Christian Eucharist With The Sign Of Ank

6a. Jesus commanded the sea to be still by saying, “Peace, be still.” (Luke
8:25)
6b. Horus “stilled the sea by his power.”
7a. Jesus raised Lazarus from the grave. (John 11:38)
7b. Horus raised his dead father (Osiris) from the grave. (Note the
similarity in names when you say them out loud. Further, Osiris was also known
as Asar, which is El-Asar in Hebrew, which is El-Asarus in Latin.)
8a. Lazarus was raised, or at least lived, in Bethany (literally, “house of
Anu”). (John 12:1)
8b. Osiris was raised in the town of Anu.
9a. Jesus delivered a Sermon on the Mount.
9b. Horus delivered a Sermon on the Mount.
10a. Jesus was crucified.
10b. Horus was crucified.
11a. Jesus was crucified next to two thieves.
11b. Horus was crucified next to two thieves.
12a. Jesus was buried in a tomb. (John 19:42)
12b. Horus was buried in a tomb.
13a. Jesus was sent to Hell and came back “three days” later .
13b. Horus was sent to Hell and resurrected in 3 days.
14a. Jesus had his resurrection announced by women.
True Meaning Of Hebrew Symbolism Lies In Egypt


Christian Cross
Egytian Cross or Ank At Tomb
14b. Horus had his resurrection announced by women.
15a. Jesus is said to return for a 1000-year reign. (Revelation 20:4)
15b. Horus is said to return for a 1000-year reign.
16a. Jesus was known as the Christ (which means “anointed one”).
16b. Horus is known as KRST, the anointed one.

                                                                                                 
                                                                                                   
17a. Jesus is associated with the zodiac sign of Pisces (the fish).
17b. Horus is associated with the zodiac sign of Pisces (the fish).
18a. Jesus is associated with the symbols of the fish, the beetle, the vine,
and the shepherd’s crook.
18b. Horus is associated with the symbols of the fish, the beetle, the vine,
and the shepherd’s crook.
19a. Jesus is identified with the Tau (cross).
19b. Horus was identified with the Tau (cross).
Miracles: Among those ‘saviors’ who, like Jesus, performed countless miracles include: Horus, krishna, Buddha, Dionysus, Mithra, Osirus, and Adonis. Horus was said to have walked on water, just as Jesus did. In addition, Horus raised one man, El-Azarus, from the dead in front of countless witnesses. In the case of Buddha, it was told that he fed 500 men with one loaf of bread, that he cured lepers, and that he caused the blind to see. Dionysus rescued a person from dying when the person was utterly desolate and placed them among the stars. And he gave food and drink, herbs and berries, to the starving people — not to mention turning water into wine.
The Ankh-                   
 
appears frequently in Egyptian tomb paintings and other art, often at the fingertips of a god or goddess in images that represent the deities of the afterlife conferring the gift of life on the dead person’s mummy; this is thought to symbolize the act of conception[citation needed]. 

Cross Is An Ancient Symbol

Additionally, an ankh was often carried by Egyptians as an amulet, either alone, or in connection with two other hieroglyphs that mean “strength” and “health” Mirrors of beaten metal were also often made in the shape of an ankh, either for decorative reasons or to symbolize a perceived view into another world.

Dionysus
Dionysus was the son of the god Zeus and the mortal woman Semele. In the Cretan version of the same story, which the pre-Christian Greek historian Diodorus Siculus follows, Dionysus was the son of Zeus and Persephone, the daughter of Demeter also called Kore, who is styled a "virgin goddess."
In the common myth about the birth of Dionysus/Bacchus, Semele is mysteriously impregnated by one of Zeus's bolts of lightning--an obvi­ous miraculous/virgin conception.
"Dionysus's blood is the wine of the sacrifice."
It is further interesting that the Communion as practiced today within Christianity also had a place within the cult of Dionysus, as Campbell points out:
Dionysus-Bacchus-Zagreus-or, in the older, Sumero-Babylonian myths, Dumuzi-absu, Tammuz-...whose blood, in this chalice to be drunk, is the pagan prototype of the wine of the sacrifice of the Mass, which is transubstantiated by the words of consecration into the blood of the Son of the Virgin. (Campbell, MG, 4.23).


Dionysis With Mortal Mom Semele
                                        

Like Jesus, the god is claimed also to have "ascended to heaven," such as by Church father Justin Martyr (First Apology, 21; Roberts I, 170). Note that Dionysus is depicted here as an adult, rising out of the underworld after death, with a horse-driven chariot so typical of a sun god. One major astrotheological meaning of this motif is the sun's entrance into and exit from the cave (womb) of the world at the winter solstice.
Hence, in Dionysus we have yet another solar hero, born of a virgin on "December 25th" or the winter solstice, performing miracles and receiving divine epithets, being killed, giving his blood as a sacrifice, resurrecting from the dead after three days in Hades/Hell, and ascending into heaven. These motifs have all been claimed of the gospel figure of Jesus Christ since antiquity and have to do not with the adventures of a "historical" Jewish savior but with the ubiquitous solar mythos and ritual.



Conclusion:- If Two or Three or Ten point match then I can call it a Similarity, but what appears to me is phenomenon of complete shameless copy and paste copy and paste.It becomes immediately clear that Earlier Chruch fathers and Christians put a Carbon paper of Egyptian religious belief and faith system on a blank paper and wrote a entirely new religion which is now a days termed as CHRITIANITY.


In The Name Of Humanity,
Robert Mascharan!!!