Xtianity = Egyptian Idol Worship, mamash

This video basically demolishes xtianity’s claim to be an ‘Abrahamic religion’ in six minutes.

Long story short: Xtianity is a repackaging of exactly the same star-worshipping idolatry that began with Horus, the sun god of Egypt – goes via a whole bunch of man-made-god individuals – and then ends with Yoshki.

Just the Romans had a brainwave, and they ‘melded’ the old Egyptian idolatry together with the Jewish idea of Moshiach…. based that ‘Moshiach’ figure on a converted King of Adiabene who fought the Romans for Jewish independence at the time of the destruction of the Second Temple…. and then paid the Erev Rav members of Herod’s half-Jewish (half Hasmonean!) family to write a new history for the Jews, called the ‘New Testament’.

The point was always to ‘fool’ the Jews into worshipping avoda zara by mixing up the ancient man-made-god idolatry with a flesh-and-blood ‘false messiah’.

And it worked fantastically.

(Whisper this: it’s the same play book they are still trying, today. Israel is literally full of Hebrew speaking ‘new xtians’….)


Watch this:


8 replies
  1. Elisheva
    Elisheva says:

    Interesting video. The last sentence really had me laughing, such a simple, & in the end obvious juxtaposition said it all!

  2. adelle
    adelle says:

    ugh. everyday I think about how the modern medical system is nothing more than egyptian occult nonsense. even “simple” blood tests. why are they so obsessed with needing to remove blood from us? and how does examining fluids outside the body really tell us about the health of a living person? why is this used to assess a person’s state of health? if Hashem meant for blood to be removed from us He wouldn’t have had it all contained within blood vessels and protected with a final barrier of skin… every other health paradigm seems perfectly fine with feeling pulses. Rabeinu especially talks about the 10 pulses…

    yes Hashem redeemed us from mitzrayim but the erev rav tagged along and so many days with the erev rav within our midst it feels like we’re still enslaved davka in mitzrayim.

  3. Chaim
    Chaim says:

    Really great comparison in the video!

    It seems to me that the 12 disciples of JC parallel the 12 sons of Yaakov, except the former is rooted in the Sitra Achra and the latter in Kedusha.

    Yaakov himself is also called the “sun” in Kabbalah and Rebbe Nachman’s Likutey Moharan, clearly the opposite of all the other man-gods/prophets who tried to call themselves “suns”.

    Yaakov also “didn’t die” as our sages teach and the 3 stars could be a reference to him being the 3rd patriarch, but I don’t know about that.

    It’s also curious that Yishmael had 12 sons and he himself was the son of an Egyptian princess and married one of his daughters to Esav whom, if I’m not mistaken, Rav Chaim Vital calls the previous Gilgul of JC (have to confirm this last part).

    Chodesh tov!


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