24 March 2008

Jesus-Dracula, Part 2

I hope your Easter was wonderful.

The childhood game of telephone shows us that humans are imperfect. Stories, when passed along from person to person over time, become misconstrued and turned into something different from it's original. Because of this I'm uncertain as to whether anyone knows the true story of the first vampire.

In my studies I have come across nothing proclaiming the beginning of the autochthonous "vampire," but I am quite familiar with the story of Jesus. It is with this knowledge from which I draw similarities. I hypothesize that what we know as two separate stories is actually one in the same--all starting with a birth from a virgin. Jesus asked of followers to eat of his flesh and drink of his blood for which they’d be rewarded with immortal life...kinda like Dracula. Crucified on a cross? Vampires hate crosses (as should you too). After all KRSone proclaimed, "If Jesus was shot in the head with a 45, would we all have little gold guns around our neck." Let's not miss perhaps the most damning of evidence: Jesus rose from the dead and walked earth as the undead. From my understanding he is the only one to have ever done this--aside from vampires.

Draw your own conclusions, but don’t just walk around believing what society has forced upon you. After all, Christianity was founded by Jesus Christ approximately 1,971 (33CE) years ago, yet Hinduism has the oldest recorded roots in Dravidianism, which was practiced around 6000 to 3000 BCE in Sumerian, Egyptian and Babylonian cultures. There is no chicken and egg question here.

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