Sep 102012

Question by Angel: Why are there so many religions? Is this a possible answer?
What about ancient chinese religion way before Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism. Shinto, Taoism, and Confucianism, Egyptian religons, or any ancient pagan occult mystery religions for that matter? Before all these religions was a belief in a God of heaven, similar to that of the Hebrews. Nimrod was the one who began ancient mystery religions however.

All human religion since Nimrod is pagan and really all are one and lead to the same place with their claims of an immortal soul and among other things. HOWEVER, there are groups that will not conform to pagan religion. The irony though is that many of these groups have already adopted pagan ways an will conform eventually and all human religions will be one, with the help of the Jesuits and their secret societies. There is one group though that never will conform, here’s a hint: they don’t go to church sundays and they don’t believe in immortal souls.

No, I’m not a New Ager secretly hastening the NWO. This NWO will be the very image of Rome.. interestingly, the U.S. already has been copying ideas from Rome.. the NWO is coming… but do not fear, only choose a side.
You take God out of context when quoting about killing non-believers… when ever that happens, it’after those people were given a chance to repent.

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Answer by Spaz-Tic76
Join the only group of people without rules – Atheists. That was you are safe from being brain washed by fairytales.

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  4 Responses to “Why are there so many religions? Is this a possible answer?”

  1. religion obviously developed independently of one another, if there was conflict with two groups they would fight to claim the countries relgion and everyone had to worship it under threat of self

  2. why are there so many types of shoes

    Kill Nonbelievers

    They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and soul; and everyone who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, was to be put to death, whether small or great, whether man or woman. (2 Chronicles 15:12-13 NAB)

  3. Belief in a single god was a relatively late invention in the history of gods, not the original. Belief in nature gods seems to be the earliest.

    The NWO is from a paranoid conspiracy theorist’s imagination. Your Jesuit-hating source has no access to secret information. It’s all made up.

    If there really were a cabal of powerful people planning to take over the world, why has it taken them so long? Most of the conspiracy sites claim that this cabal has been operating for centuries. Why haven’t they made a move? Why would those working for their own self-interest be content to work behind the scenes for something that wouldn’t happen for centuries?


  4. Nimrod was part of Hebrew folklore and involved with pagan worship…he preceded Abraham so its safe to say he was a pagan.
    He has many legends about him and most are really impossible. No human could have done as many things as the legends give him credit for. I have never heard of Jesuits being pagan where are you getting this information.
    Its understood that being Pagan meant anything but the Jewish/Christian /muslim religions. There are religions that were going on in other parts of the world besides the near east.

    The NWO if it ever came to pass might not be a bad thing, if all countries were in accord then there would be peace. I don’t see that happening . We humans are too territorial.

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