I recommend readers first read my page on sirians first before reading
this; its found by going through the index page link or the link above.
will present infomation on Jesus
Christ; that Jesus was an alien and there might be an element of
truth behind the myth, the name jesus is actually a derivative of the
name Isis who was a female goddess who was a goddess of the nile star
also known as the dog star. While the name Christ is actually a
derrivative of krishna worship who was a hindu god so the belnding of
the two deities into one was to unite both eastern and western
religion into one. Jesus Christ was a composite character and many of
his attributes are actually from Apollonius of Tyana but also many of
his attributes are actually attributed to other gods in the bible
because there is actually more than one god in the bible.
what did Jesus christ look like? Qu'ranic
sources speak about jesus christ, they believe in Jesus Christ
aswell, for those that didnt know.
Hadiths (books outside of the Qu'ran),
Mohammed talks but its narrated by Abdullah bin Umar (Abdullah son of
I was sleeping, I saw myself in a dream
performing Tawaf around the Ka'ba. Behold, I saw a REDDISH-WHITE man
with LANK HAIR, and water was dropping from his head. I asked, "Who
is this?' They replied, 'The son of Mary.' Then I turned my face to
see another man with a huge body, red complexion and curly hair and
blind in one eye. His eye looked like a protruding out grape. They
said to me, He is Ad-Dajjal." The Prophet added, "The man
he resembled most is Ibn Qatan, a man from the tribe of
of mary is a different title for Jesus Christ
by the way, so there you go, Jesus Christ was red skinned and had
lank hair. How bizarre, in my personal opinion this is evidence that
Jesus Christ physical appearance was based on that of a Sirian.
we have established that Jesus Christ was quite
literally of the red race or partially of the red race (not native
american) this would explain all the stories in Hindu mythology of
red skinned gods and goddesses for example the god Indra in Hinduism.
according to the hadiths Jesus was Isis not
Horus since he was not one eyed like Horus. indicating that he is a
solar/star deity instead.
sun worship was directed to the Dog star,
since it is one of the brightest star in the night sky.
to add Jesus of Nazareth; Nazareth is
actually derived from the ancient Egyptian Nazir which means prince
who is sent and also from Nasir which means Sirius. So Jesus of
Nazareth was actually Jesus of Na-sirius. Nazareth as a place never
the ancient Egyptians, Sirius was revered as the Nile Star, or Star
of Isis. Its annual appearance just before dawn at the June 21
solstice, heralded the coming rise of the Nile, upon which Egyptian
agriculture depended. This particular helical rising is referred to
in many temple inscriptions, wherein the star is known as the Divine
Sepat, identified as the soul of Isis.
up to 35 days before and 35 days after our sun conjuncts the star
Sirius ~ close to July 4 ~ it is hidden by the sun’s glare. The
ancient Egyptians refused to bury their dead during the 70 days
Sirius was hidden from view because it was believed Sirius was the
doorway to the afterlife, and the doorway was thought to be closed
during this yearly period.
association of Sirius as a celestial dog has been consistent
throughout the classical world; even in remote China, the star was
identified as a heavenly wolf. In ancient Chaldea (present day Iraq)
the star was known as the "Dog Star that Leads," or it was
called the "Star of the Dog." In Assyria, it was said to be
the "Dog of the Sun." In still older Akkadia, it was named
the "Dog Star of the Sun."
It isnt just Jesus who is associated with the star Sirius because we
have the three wise men who follow the star Sirius also known as the
star of Bethlehem.
Jesus is known to turn water into wine which is a characteristic of
the ancient Greek god Dionysus who was a god of wine.
stone water jars, the kind used by the Jews for ceremonial washing,
each holding from twenty to thirty gallons.
said to the servants, “Fill the jars with
water”; so they filled them to the brim.
he told them, "Now draw some out and take
it to the master of the banquet."
did so, and the master of the banquet tasted
the water that had been turned into wine. He did not realize where it
had come from, though the servants who had drawn the water knew. Then
he called the bridegroom aside and said, "Everyone brings out the
choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the guests have had
too much to drink; but you have saved the best till now."