The Holy Trinity was founded for the purpose of covering up a far more ancient 'Three-In-One' tradition, which was the 'Universal Religion' of prehistoric Europe.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) September 29, 2011
An unprecedented new discovery—which some predict will "devastate" Christianity in the years to come—seems to show that the "Holy Trinity" of “God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit” is nothing more than a pale echo of an ancient and very powerful "Three-in-One" religion once common throughout Europe.
Richard Cassaro’s controversial new book, “Written in Stone: Decoding the Secret Masonic Religion Hidden in Gothic Cathedrals and World Architecture,” exposes the Christian religion as a Potemkin village of watered-down paganism by exposing what he calls the "Great Lie of the Trinity" that suppressed the spiritual traditions of ancient Europe and covered up important spiritual practices and principles that had been the guiding light of man for thousands of years.
Historians acknowledge that the Church founders manipulated Pagan traditions to make their new Christian faith more acceptable to the masses. They admit that the Holy Trinity—the unity of Father, Son, Holy Spirit as three persons in one divine "Godhead"—was a man-made concept that was conceived at the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, during the reign of the Roman Emperor Constantine. What has been left out of the story is that the new idea of the "Holy Trinity" that this council created, purportedly God's true divine nature, was founded for the purpose of covering up another, far more ancient and far more powerful "Three-In-One" Trinity religion:
- A three-in-one religion visible in the central icons found in ruins throughout the entire European continent
- A three-in-one religion that lay at the heart of ancient Europe's Pagan faith
- A three-in-one religion that conveys a potent self-empowerment tradition
- A three-in-one religion so ingrained that it initially prevented the new Christian religion from taking hold
The main contribution of the Church was to pervert these ancient Three-In-One symbols to create a web of superstition and ignorance that allowed the wealthy and powerful to dominate their subjects more completely.
(To see Cassaro's collection of ancient European "icons-of-three," which he claims illuminates this prehistoric "three-in-one religion," visit: http://www.deepertruth.com/trinity)
"Europe's ancient 'Three-In-One' religion—which is still visible in mysterious ancient symbols like the 'Fleur-de-Lis' of Western Europe and the Sicilian 'Triquetra' of Southern Europe—seems to have endowed Europe's masses with legendary sixth-sense faculties," says Cassaro, "giving believers the mystical ability to tap their inner power of intention, call into action the will, educate the senses, and perfect the physical constitution; in short, endowing humans with the fabled ability of mind over matter. A people thus enabled are naturally difficult to influence and nearly impossible to control; hence the desire of the Church founders—whose goal was to gain hegemony over the masses—to eliminate this ancient magical wisdom from the continent, giving them a firmer base to establish their new religion and uproot the belief systems already in place."
For students of archaeology, history, architecture and comparative religion, “Written in Stone" is a tour de force of code-breaking and symbolic explication that has the potential to change completely the way ancient cultures and their interactions are perceived. The book also makes a meaningful contribution to the debate about the true origin and meaning of religious traditions we take for granted today.
The general public is invited to visit the publisher's website to learn more: http://www.DeeperTruth.com
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