Pious Fraud: How Religion Has Evolved Throughout History
By Irene McGarvie
Published by Nixon-Carre
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Published: Feb. 23, 2011
Words: 38,245 (approximate)
This book shows how all of our Western religious beliefs came from one early form of religion, and how religious leaders throughout history have adapted these religious beliefs to control their followers.
In this book you will discover that the literal “truths” and “historical events” that are espoused by our churches, were actually based on much earlier pagan myths.
Most of our modern day religions are based on the premise that God, the creator and boss of the universe (the man in the sky), spoke directly to some prophet explaining the mysteries of life and giving them the rules that we mortals must life by. Each religion believes that their founder got these rules directly from God and that while other religions may have gotten some of it right, theirs is the only true and complete version.
This book shows how all of our present day western religious beliefs came from one early form of religion, and how religious leaders throughout history have adapted these religious beliefs in an attempt to control their followers.
As you read this book you will discover that the literal “truths” and “historical events” that are espoused by our churches, and have formed much of our present day religious beliefs, were actually based on much earlier pagan myths, particularly that of Solar worship or Astrolatry.
, solar worship
, the inquisition
, astral worship
, nature worship
, witch hunts
, the reformation
, creation myths
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