5 Near-Identical Jesus Christ Myths That Predate Jesus




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1. Horus (3100 B.C.)

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Horus was one of the many Egyptian Gods.

  • He had 12 disciples.
  • One was born of a virgin in a cave.
  • Like Jesus, his birth was announced via a star.
  • And three wise men showed up!
  • He was baptized when he was 30 by Anup the Baptizer.
  • He rose a guy from the dead and walked on water.
  • Lastly, he was crucified, buried like Jesus in a tomb, and resurrected.

2. Buddha (563 B.C.)

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  • Healed the sick
  • Walked on water.
  • Fed 500 men from one basket of cakes.
  • Taught a lot of the same things Jesus taught, including equality for all.
  • He spent three days in jail.
  • Was resurrected when he died.

3. Mithra (2000 B.C.)

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An ancient Zoroastrian deity with similarities to Jesus.

  • Virginal birth on December 25th.
  • Swaddled and laid in a manger.
  • Tended by shepherds in the manger.
  • He had 12 companions (or disciples).
  • Performed miracles.
  • Gave his own life to save the world.
  • Dead for three days, then resurrected.
  • Called “the Way, the Truth and the Light.”
  • Has his own version of a Eucharistic-style “Lord’s supper.”

4. Krishna (around 3000 B.C.)

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  • A Hindu God.
  • Born after his mom was impregnated by a God.
  • Angels, wise men, and shepherds were at his birth.
  • Guess what gifts they gave him? Gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
  • A jealous bad guy ordered the slaughter of all newborns, just as happened with Jesus.
  • Baptized in a river.
  • Performed miracles, including raising the dead and healing the deaf and blind.
  • Rose from the dead to ascend to heaven.
  • Is expected to return to earth someday to fight the “Prince of Evil.”




5. Osiris (around 2500 B.C.)

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Son of an Egyptian God.

  • Killed and the resurrected after three days in hell. WTF? A common theme here!
  • Performed miracles
  • Had 12 disciples.
  • Taught rebirth through water baptism.

 

 



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