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The crucifixion, some biblical investigators now suggest, was a reenactment of the ancient Rite of Osiris, the sacred drama presented annually throughout Egypt. These dramas told the story of the dying and revived god, Osiris, and his goddess, Isis, the Magna Mater. With a goal of peaceful coexistence between Jews and Romans, Caesar Augustus joined the Nazarenes to create a "Messianic Osiris" to satisfy both religion's requirements. The "crucifixion" that occurred during the annual Passover celebration incorporated Judaism's favorite holiday with the Roman's favorite festival.
Serapis = Osiris + Apis = Osir-Apis = Ser-Apis
Serapis was a composite of several Egyptian and Hellenistic deities who was introduced to the world by
Ptolemy I Soter (c. 367 BC—c. 283 BC). The popularity of Serapis continued well into the Roman period.
Ptolemy created Serapis to form a bridge between the Greek and Egyptian religion; his goal was to
bring about a peaceful coexistence through agreement in the identity of their principal Deity.
A new and intriguing line of investigations now suggests that Caesar Augustus may have taken a lesson from
Ptolemy I Soter by setting in motion the merging of Judaism with the Greco, Roman, and Egyptian deities.
The crucifixion, they say,was a reenactment of the ancient Rite of Osiris, the sacred drama presented annually
throughout Egypt. These dramas told the story of the dying and revived god, Osiris, and his goddess, Isis, the Magna Mater.
“YH-Zeus the Nazarene” was the name given to the new composite god:
YH from YHVH for the Jews; Zeus for the Greco-Romans.
“Mary Magdalene" was the name given to his Great-mother goddess:
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