Chapter 9: The Aryan Sun Religion

 

The history of western culture during and after the birth of the Holy Roman Empire is the de facto history of the abolition of Hellenistic Judaism and the attempted revival of the true Aryan Sun Cult through the mythos of the very real man known as today as Jesus Christ. The story of this revival starts with the very last Pharaoh of Egypt, Cleopatra. Cleopatra was a member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, a Macedonian family who ruled as Satraps over Egypt after the death of Alexander the Great and later claiming the mantle of Pharaohs. It is important to note that the Macedonians were also of Aryan ancestry; Alexander was known as “The Lion” because of his mane of blonde hair and piecing blue eyed gaze. Thus Cleopatra was an Aryan and furthermore produced a royal heir with another descendent of Aryan royalty, Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar could trace his lineage to Romulus, who according to Plutarch was descended from Aeneus who lead the Trojan refugees out of Troy into Rome, and whose own forefather was “the same Atlas who uplifts the starry heavens” or the king of Atlantis. Thus both Cleopatra and the most famous of the Caesars were Aryan royalty.

It is known from the writing of Plutarch, that Cleopatra had a son with Gaius Julius Caesar as well as two children with Mark Antony. As described by Plutarch in 47 BC, Cleopatra gave birth to a son by Caesar, whom she named Caesar Ptolemy, nicknamed Caesarion, or “little Caesar.” Cleopatra compared her relationship to her son with the Egyptian goddess Isis and her miraculous child Horus, The ancient Egyptian story, of which has many parallels with Christian mythos. According to Egyptian legend, Horus was born on December 25 in a cave/manger, to his mother Isis who was a virgin and an earthly father named “Seb”, which was remade later into the Hebrew Joseph. The birth of Horus was announced by the rising of a star and attended by three wise men. Isis was warned by the god Thoth, to flee and conceal the child from the evil Set, as Set had killed the father of Horus, whose name was Osiris, and sought to kill Horus as well. Isis was able to keep Horus hidden from Set, till he grew to manhood.

At age 12 he was a child teacher in the temple but disappeared for 18 years then reappeared at the age of 30 and was baptized in the river “Larutana” (the Egyptian name for the river Jordan) by “Anup the Baptizer,” who was beheaded (just as john was.) He performed miracles, exorcised demons, raised El-Osiris from the dead, walked on water, was betrayed by Typhon. He was crucified between two thieves on the 17th day of the month of Athyr, and was buried in a tomb from which he arose on the third day (19th of Athyr) and was resurrected. It was written that he came to fulfill the law and was called “KRST,” the “Anointed One”. Horus sought to avenge the murder of his father, and made war against Set, traveled to the underworld and defeated him. Horus was one of the fabled deities who established the line of the Pharaohs in ancient times. In Egyptian culture the Pharaoh was considered the earthly incarnation of the God Amen, of which Osiris was the first earthly incarnation.

As was recorded by Plutarch, Caesarion was said to be Cleopatra’s son by Julius Caesar, who in 42 BC was formally deified as “the divine Julius” (divus lulius) thus making Caesarion the “Son of God”. Though after Julius Caesar was murdered Caesarion was sent by his mother, with much treasure, into India, by way of Ethiopia. Records exist of his time in India, which were discovered In by Nicolas Notovitch when he visited India and Tibet in 1887. He claimed that, at the monastery of Hemis in Ladakh, he learned of the “Life of Saint Issa, Best of the Sons of Men.” Issa is the Arabic name of Jesus and is pronounced the same as the name “Esau”, which in Egyptian means “son of Isis”. The “Life of Issa” begins with an account of the Hebrews in Egypt, the Exodus led by Moses, the Hebrews neglect of religion, and the occupation by the Romans of the nation of Israel. Then follows that at the age of thirteen the divine youth, rather than take a wife, leaves his home to follow a caravan of merchants to India with the intention to study the doctrine of the great Buddha (who was an Aryan Priest/King in India).

Issa spends six years among the Buddhists, learning the Pali language and mastering the religious texts of Buddhism, then spent another six years studying and teaching at Jaganath, Rajagriha, and other holy cities. He then becomes engaged in a conflict with the Kshatriyas (warrior caste), and the Brahmins (priestly caste) for teaching the holy scriptures to the lower castes of the Sudras and Vaisyas, (laborers & farmers). It was strictly forbidden for the Sudras to read from the Holy Scriptures and only permitted on special holidays for the Vaisyas. Rather than abide by this ruling, Issa preaches against the Brahmins & Kshatriyas, and becoming aware of his rebellion, they plot his death. Issa leaves Jaganath and travels to the foothills of the Himalayas in Southern Nepal to the birthplace of the Buddha and lives in exile until his twenty-ninth year when he returns to his own country and begins to preach.

It is written that he visits Jerusalem where the Jewish leaders shun his teachings, yet he continues his work for three years. According to the Buddhist record he is finally arrested and put to death for claiming to be the Son of God. According to Plutarch, Rhodon, one of Caesarion’s tutors, persuaded him to go back, on the ground that his adopted Brother Octavian (Augustus Caesar) invited him to take the kingdom. Octavian is supposed to have had Caesarion executed in Alexandria, following the advice of Arius Didymus, who said “Too many Caesars is not good”.  The exact circumstances of his death have not been documented by Plutarch, but as was the custom of the Romans, crucifixion is the most likely form of execution.

As is apparent from these historical accounts, the life of Christ was actually the life of Caesarion, who sought to abolish the corruption of the Aryan Religion by the Jews and reunite the ancient Aryan world culture by taking his rightful place as the heir to the throne of the Roman Empire. His time in India showed him one of the purest remnants of ancient Aryan culture and religion in the form of Buddhism, which was called by the Buddha himself “the Aryan Path” and he sought to revive this ancient religion in the west by uniting the ancient Aryan powers of Rome and Egypt. Though his mission was cut short due to the treachery of his adopted brother Octavian (later to become known as Augustus), who in his absence became known as “divi Iuli filius” (son of the divine Julius) or simply “divi filius” (son of the Divine One) as he was the adopted son of Julius Caesar. Augustus used this title to advance his political position, overcoming all rivals for power within the Roman state. That is until Caesarion returned proclaiming that he was in fact the true son of God.

The story of Christ was spread by his disciples after his death and eventually developed into a thorn in the side of Rome as more and more people began to suspect the Roman royal line to be illegitimate. Christian persecutions persisted for more than 300 years, yet the willing martyrs of Christ helped to make a valiant show of this young religion, thus attracting more and more converts to the point of becoming an overwhelming force within Rome.

Then came the reign of Constantine the Great in the year 306 AD, and the struggle of Christians was vindicated. Emperor Constantine was of royal blood and was in fact descended from the Ptolemaic dynasty. He was also the high priest of the Cult of Sol-Invictus or the cult of the “Invincible Sun”. Being familiar with the Christian religion through his mother St. Helena, knowing his heritage and relation to Caesarion, and thus the true identity of Jesus Christ as the personification of the Aryan Sun God, he was made famous as the first emperor to establish Christianity as the official religion of Rome. He took the title of “pontifex maximus” (once a title of pagan high priests) and became the first Pope.

Through Constantine was re-established an Aryan Royal Dynasty reaching back in antiquity to who we know now to be Christ and even further back to Alexander the Great, with ties to the ancient Aryan civilizations of India, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Yet what came from this line is an ever pervasive aristocracy, the descendents of which have been the leaders of the western world ever since and still have influence till this very day. When covering the subject of aristocratic lines in Europe and North America special mention must be made of the Merovingians. It was claimed by the Merovingians that they were directly descended from the bloodline of Christ, which is true when you consider the fact that they are descended from Arsinoe M. Menneus, the sister of Cleopatra.

From this royal line all modern royalty and aristocratic lines in Europe and North America descend. What is interesting to note is all of the modern royal and aristocratic bloodline are descended from the Macedonian Kings. Even many U.S. presidents are inter-related to each other and to English royalty through the Plantagenet family line, all the way back to the father of Alexander the Great and further still to the ancient Aryan Sun Kings of Atlantis. Even the first “Black” president, Barack Hussein Obama is the Tenth cousin, once removed of George Walker Bush, and is also related to five other presidents; George Bush Sr., Ford, Johnson, Truman, and James Madison. What follows is the family tree of the Macedonian Kings descending to Cleopatra, then on to Constantine, and furthermore to the top leaders of the western world in modern times.

2 Responses to “Chapter 9: The Aryan Sun Religion”

  1. Very fascinating.

  2. […] As was recorded by Plutarch, Caesarion was said to be Cleopatra’s son by Julius Caesar, who in 42 BC was formally deified as “the divine Julius” (divus lulius) thus making Caesarion the “Son of God”. Though after Julius Caesar was murdered Caesarion was sent by his mother.At age 12 he was a child teacher in the temple but disappeared for 18 years then reappeared at the age of 30 and was baptized in the river “Larutana” (the Egyptian name for the river Jordan) by “Anup the Baptizer,” who was beheaded (just as john was.) He performed miracles, exorcised demons, raised El-Osiris from the dead, walked on water, was betrayed by Typhon. He was crucified between two thieves on the 17th day of the month of Athyr, and was buried in a tomb from which he arose on the third day (19th of Athyr) and was resurrected. It was written that he came to fulfill the law and was called “KRST,” the “Anointed One”. Horus sought to avenge the murder of his father, and made war against Set, traveled to the underworld and defeated him. Horus was one of the fabled deities who established the line of the Pharaohs in ancient times. In Egyptian culture the Pharaoh was considered the earthly incarnation of the God Amen, of which Osiris was the first earthly incarnation. http://aryanity.com/chapter-9-the-aryan-sun-religion-2/ […]

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