Biggest Hoax In The World

Did Michael Jackson fake his death? Did Elvis fake his death? Is Jim Morrison alive and well? Is Tupac happily living the gangster life somewhere? All these hoaxes and conspiracies pale into insignificance when you look at the biggest hoax ever pulled off - Christianity; more to the point the Bible that Christians use.

Since the beginning of time the Bible has been edited, translated, and rewritten to meet specific ideals. And that dusty old book sat on your bookshelf is not even the full Bible; it is just the bits left that basically don't upset the apple cart of Christianity.

The Bible is left with 66 books; 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament. And what you are left with is a nice story from the creation - going through a rough time - Jesus dying for mankind - until Armageddon and being judged and all the good Christians going to Heaven.

The Books are: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi for the Old Testament.

The books are: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, 1 and 2 Peter, 1, 2 and 3 John, Jude, Revelation for the New Testament.

But head back a few years, well actually many years, to 1884 when the King James Bible still had what is known as the 'Apocryphal Books' in it; they were removed from the King James Version in 1885. These 15 books were 'canonized' back in 1546 at the Council Of Trent. So they spent 339 years as official books of the Bible; and so far only 126 years removed from the Bible. The fifteen books are: Wisdom of Solomon, Ecclesiasticus, Tobit, 1 Esdras, 1 and 2 Maccabees, Judith, Baruch, Letter of Jeremiah, 2 Esdras, Additions to Esther, Prayer of Azariah, Suzanna, Bel & the Dragon, and Prayer of Manasseh.

That is just the beginning. 15 books that were part of the Bible removed by man; which considering all scripture is meant to be inspired by God who gave man the authority to remove it?

Then we have the other so-called "Lost Books" of the Bible. These books are even referenced to in the remaining 66 books.

Book Of Jasher - Joshua 10:13
Book Of The Wars Of The Lord - Numbers 21:14
A Book Of Songs - 1 Kings 8:12-13
Chronicles Of The Kings Of Israel - 1 Kings 14:19
Book Of Shemaiah - 2 Chronicles 9:29
Manner Of The Kingdom - 1 Samuel 10:25
Acts Of Solomon - 1 Kings 11:41
Annals Of King David - 1 Chronicles 27:24
Book Of Samuel The Seer - 1 Chronicles 29:29
Book Of Nathan The Prophet - 2 Chronicles 9:29
Book Of Gad The Seer - 1 Chronicles 29:29
Prophecy Of Ahijah - 2 Chronicles 29:29
Book Of The Kings Of Judah And Israel - 2 Chronicles 16:11
Book Of Jehu - 2 Chronicles 20:34
Story Of The Book Of Kings - 2 Chronicles 24:27
Acts Of Uziah - 2 Chronicles 26:22
Vision Of Isaiah - 2 Chronicles 32:32
Sayings Of The Seers - 2 Chronicles 33:19

Eighteen books referenced in the Bible. The first thing that religious scholars pick at is that these books are not as well written as the standard 66 books of the Bible. But the Bible that all these scholars refer to have been translated from Ancient Hebrew and Greek; and refined time and time again. If these 18 books had been refined as much as the 66 books of the Bible then they would appear just as well written.

So take the books of the Apocrypha and the books referenced in the Bible (by books in the 'standard' 66) and you have 33 more books - which means thanks to man, and various religious organizations, there is the possibility of missing out on one-third of the Bible.

But this all is based on the Bible being a religious book. There is no foundation, other than the Bible itself, that it is nothing more than a work of fiction.

And the 33 new books are just scratching the surface of what exists as possible religious texts.

Adam and Eve get evicted from the Garden of Eden and in the Bible the next mention is they are having children. But the Book of Adam and Eve, considered a lost book, explains in detail Adam and Eve's life right after the Garden of Eden.

And the Bible itself misses a great big chunk of time. The Old Testament ends at approximately 430 BC. And the New Testament starts at approximately 3 BC. Over 400 years missing - is it meant to be believed that nothing happened with regards to the early lives of the god-fearing people. And what happened to Jesus growing up? No mention of it in the Bible. He was born in the stable and all of a sudden he is preaching in the synagogues.

And if you look at all the books that were written at the same time as the Bible which concern events of people in the Bible the list numbers over 500 books. So out of a possible 566 books 66 were chosen by man; and various religions.

So is the Bible inspired by God? Who knows. But what is known is that a lot more happened than is said in the Bible. And of what is written the possibility exists that more than 66 books were inspired by God.

More details can be found at:

The Lost Books - Where most of the texts can be read for FREE online.


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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

You bring up an interesting point which triggers a parallel thought... Ultimately, it's all about blind faith. In Biblical times, real miracles (some say illusions) were happening left and right. It was easier for someone to believe in Jesus way back then than it is today because He was walking on water, changing water to wine, bringing the dead back to life, etc. right before their very eyes. So IMHO, those alive in his day had a much easier hill of faith to climb than we do. Everything man touches gets corrupted and distorted, including history. Books like the Bible, Qur'an and Tanakh are no different. You have to find your own pathway to God and that means you have to search your own soul, sift through what materials are available and think for yourself. It serves no purpose to gun down what others believe because in the end it's just you and the Almighty, mano-a-mano (or not) and you have to account for all you have done while living.

So here's the parallel... Someone (maybe MJ himself?) wants us to believe that he is alive. Clues dropped all over the place. But for what purpose? A return? Why, for what? Just like the return of Christ? Mankind has been told for centuries that the end is near. So define "near" for me then, please. In the case of MJ, we have also seen many supposed "BAM" dates come and go. But here's where it gets nasty, unfortunately. In BOTH cases, a lot of money has been made and continues to be made. The Roman Catholic Church is the wealthiest organization on the planet. How did that happen when clearly Jesus and the Bible tells us to give all we have away to the poor and follow Him? Is that what the Vatican is doing? MJ has made MILLIONS since his "death" and reportedly he is worth more now than when he was alive. Smart move if you ask me. No one can say with 100% certainty where all that money goes either once the estate receives it. So clearly, wealth and power is the name of the game in both cases. He who controls (or distracts) the minds of many controls their money as well. Kinda sad.

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