A Cross Is A Cross; Of Course, Of Course (or Is It?)

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According to Sumerian and Babylonian mythology, the pseudo-god, Tammuz Dumuzi, was known to be an illustrative force of fertility, pastures, food and vegetation: it was also known to be the consort of the pseudo-goddess, Inanna (converted into the Venus of Rome).  The spurious Tammuz was connoted with the symbol ” + ” in former Babylon, and in Sumeria of the ancient Mesopotamia.  When the Romans took and adapted for them-selves Sumerian and Babylonian fantastical deities to merge and convert some of them with Latin mythology, they took upon them-selves to make Tammuz into a judge of justice, and an executioner for those who were sentenced to death in honor of Tammuz’s justice.  Eventually and gradually, the Latin speaking Romans created for them-selves an executing “crucifixion” system for capital punishment purposes: and the executing device they created was a ” + ” in which they named it as a “crucifix.”  Therefore, when a criminal person was sentenced to death, it was publically acknowledged and identified that he/she would be “crucified.”  So the installed crucifixion system, that entailed an executing crucifix device to crucify potential criminals, was finally legally manifested into the mainstream of collective consciousness, all in honor to the new Just Judge, Tammuz.  There was then a collective understanding and behavior of the Latin people that when a criminal was “crucified” upon a “crucifix,” at an observance of a “crucifixion,” the they collectively looked up to Tammuz for justice.  A “crucifixion” observance was connoted with Tammuz in the polytheistic religion of Rome: it was not an origin of the Hebrew religion (Judaism).

 With this in mind, one should then ask if it were possible for the legendary biblical Pharisees (Judaic Priests) to have allowed their biblical prophesied Messiah (Jesus of Nazareth, titled Christ) to be executed upon an idolatrous crucifix, and then publicly commit the biblical crime of idolatry before their Jewish peers.  If indeed the biblical Pharisees had allowed their Messiah to be “crucified” (executed) upon a “crucifix,” this then would’ve indicated that the Pharisees were then looking up to Tammuz for justice instead of to their own Judaic God, Yahweh; especially, during the observance of the Passover Holiday.  This is something that they (the Pharisees) certainly would not have committed in the open in accordance to Divine Jewish Law.

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The Latin people of Rome had situated an alternative form of execution in case a foreigner, or a barbarian, that was of a different polytheistic or monotheistic religion, had to be executed by Roman Law, in alliance to other foreign laws, that is.  This alternative had to be commenced in order to avoid offending, or breaking religious laws, that were outside of the polytheistic religion of Rome.  The alternative capital punishment was to impale a criminal person upon an upright singular pole instead of Tammuz’s crucifix.

 Additionally, according to certain biblical accounts, when the Pharisees were requesting their Roman Latin Governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate, to execute their Messiah-Jesus, Pontius did not find fault on their Messianic King at all: hence, he was reluctant to execute the man in question.  However, in order to prevent a dangerous rebellion, Pontius relented to the Pharisees‘ capital punishment request.  In order for the Pharisees to then not commit public idolatry by having their Messianic Jesus “crucified” upon an idolatrouscrucifix,” they must’ve legally and rationally then requested the alternative capital punishment.  Further, since in the beginning of the Pharisees‘ request, Pontius Pilate did not find fault in the biblical man Jesus, so he too then must’ve agreed with the alternative capital punishment in order to keep his hands free from blood guilt, both of his hands and in both of the illustrative hands of his pseudo-god, Tammuz.

Hence, with all this in mind, would it then be reasonable that the legendary biblical Pharisees indeed commit public idolatry by having their biblical Jesus impaled upon an idolatrouscrucifix,” which is also by Jewish Law, punishable by death?  Further, would the Jewish peers allowed their Pharisees to represent them as looking up to the Latin pseudo-god Tammuz for justice instead of their own Judaic biblical God, Yaweh, especially during their Passover holiday?  Would this crime, which is punishable by death according to Divine Jewish Law, be allowed at all?  If indeed the legendary biblical Jesus was impaled upon an idolatrouscrucifix,” that would then indicate that a crime was punished by another crime.

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This is in no way an attempt to preach and debate about legendary biblical accounts, and about profound and sincere figurative feelings (beliefs), for my being is not involved in any religions at all, and IT does not also understand and behave with the emotional mental concept of the metaphorical belief/believe.  This is just an attempt to publically dispose Latin Roman facts based upon the origins of the crucifix process connoted with Tammuz.  The facts are that the “crucifix execution device” is an idolatrous Latin origin when connoted with the idol pseudo-god, Tammuz, to then have been instituted in the polytheistic religion of the Latin people of Rome.  Hence, the “Tammuz crucifixion” process is solely of Rome origin, not of Hebrew origin.

 The initiation of “Tammuz crucifixion process” became so popular that other countries, for different reasons, adapted that form of capital punishment (i.e., Japan).  Although impaling criminals upon crucifixes were practiced way before the Latin people of Rome did, it has only become originally initiated with the connotation of the pseudo-god, Tammuz, solely in Rome; therefore, initiating the “crucifix” as an idolatrous device before its’ former use.  In conclusion, before the impaling of the legendary biblical Jesus of Nazareth, titled Christ, has occurred, the “crucifix” itself had then already became an idolatrous executing device.  Idolatry” here is based upon the legendary biblical law against idolatry itself.

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