Resurrection: The Origin of a Religious Fallacy
Most people who believe in resurrection have no idea what this concept entails. It's the product of Jewish Messianic theory which says that a Jewish priest-king will establish an EARTHLY paradise and the righteous Jews who died before the establishment of "the Kingdom" will be raised from the dead to enjoy the rewards of remaining faithful to Jehovah i.e. they need to undergo bodily resurrection. More
Most people who believe in resurrection have no idea what this concept entails. It is in fact the product of Jewish Messianic theory which says that a Jewish priest-king will one day establish an earthly paradise and all the righteous Jews who died before the establishment of "the Kingdom" will be raised from the dead to enjoy the rewards of remaining faithful to Jehovah. Since they are coming back to this earth, they need their body back i.e. they need to undergo bodily resurrection.
The problem with the Messianic theory of the soul is that it is incompatible with the God theory of the soul that talks of an immaterial heaven and immaterial soul. What possible meaning could physical resurrection have in a non-physical afterlife?
This book by the Pythagorean Illuminati, the oldest secret society in the world, traces the extraordinary story of how the materialistic theory of resurrection became hopelessly confused with the Platonic theory of the immaterial soul, leading to insanely illogical religions such as Christianity.
The Jehovah's Witnesses claim that 144,000 souls will enjoy an immaterial existence in heaven with God, while the rest of the Jehovah's Witnesses will have to settle for a material terrestrial paradise. This reveals the extent to which radically different views of the soul have been combined in crazy combinations.
The Jehovah's Witnesses also claim that all non Witnesses will be annihilated. How is it possible for an immortal soul to cease to exist?
We will explore the endless confusion that surrounds resurrection theory and show that Catholicism, the main Christian religion, actually has much more in common with Platonic reincarnation theory and, logically, ought to reject resurrection.
The book explores the links between the Jewish concept of Sheol and the ancient Greek Hades, and investigates why Judaism has so little doctrinal interest in the afterlife. It also probes the mystical Jewish ideas of Kabbalah that advocate reincarnation over resurrection.
Do not read this book if you are an Abrahamist. This book is only for rational, intelligent, open-minded people.
The religion of the Illuminati is called Illumination and belongs to the Gnostic tradition of enlightenment. It is opposed to religions of faith and resurrection and endorses Platonic rationality and reincarnation.