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42. Caesar’s Messiah

“All religions are equally sublime to the ignorant, useful to the politician, and ridiculous to the philosopher.” – Lucretius (Roman Philosopher 99 B.C.E. – 55 B.C.E.) I have recently discovered a fascinating book and documentary entitled “Caesar’s Messiah,” by Joseph Atwill,

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Caesar’s Messiah

“All religions are equally sublime to the ignorant, useful to the politician, and ridiculous to the philosopher.” – Lucretius (Roman Philosopher 99 B.C.E. – 55 B.C.E.) I have recently discovered a fascinating book and documentary entitled “Caesar’s Messiah,” by Joseph Atwill,

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The Blame-Game

Not too long ago, my counselor gave me something to think about I have found incredibly enlightening ever since.  What we discussed was the “Drama Triangle Game,” which is a seductive, high-energy blame-game which attempts to redirect the focus of attention, energy,

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The Christmas Myth

At this time of year especially, we hear many stories.  We hear stories of a jolly old white bearded man named Santa Claus who brings gifts to little children all over the world in one night while flying through the

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The Christ Myth

There is an aversion in our society to the word “myth” because we believe this means a story is untrue.  That is not at all the case.  Myths, from Ancient Greece such as the “Iliad” and “Odyssey” of Homer, to the modern ”Star

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Who is Jesus Christ?

The name “Jesus Christ” is an expression of the fact of our dual natures, both human and divine.  To be clear, when I speak of “spirit” or of the “divine,” I am not referring to the concept of “substance dualism,” or

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