The Truth Seekers

The Truth Seekers is an independent organization dedicated to the Truth in all things.

To become a lifelong member and to be added to our mailing list,  we ask for a $10.00 donation.   Simply click on the button below and you will be sent to PayPal where you can make your contribution.

Remember though, no contribution is necessary to use this website.  We are simply here to share information and encourage others to join in the hunt for the truth.

 

The word “Truth” means - in accordance with an established fact or reality.

Be cautioned, however, today’s facts sometimes become tomorrow’s fallacy.

 

     This website is in existence for only one purpose. That is to share information and encourage others to join in the hunt for the truth. If you see erroneous information here or can make a valid argument, have a brilliant insight or just wish to share information with us to either compliment or contradict the information provided here please feel free to share those opinions/information/new research with us. We update our pages whenever new information is learned and try to remain objective.

      The information we share is merely the point of view that all major religions are essentially intertwined and with very few exceptions all sprang from the same common source(s). We support the concept that the core message of each religion when, broken down to it’s earliest forms and simplest tenets, is that of peace, cooperation and self-improvement.

     As far as perceptions and opinions go, all things are equal. If you consider yourself to be “a creation of God” that is your right.  If you perceive yourself to be a form of matter that is just an  “incidental coincidence,” that too is also your right. If you are convinced we are a genetic hybrid of Alien Overlords you are also welcome to your opinion here. Perceptions, connotations, and interpretations are tricky. What you are able to think, believe and conceive is a matter of education, perspective and realization.

 

    Always remember that many “intellectuals”, far from being highly individualistic and non-conformist people, follow certain regular patterns of behavior. Taken as a group, they are often ultra-conformist within the circles formed by those whose approval they seek and value. Are you an “ultra-conformist”?

 

 

The means of verifying everything that is written here can be found by using your

own religious, philosophical and/or mythological literature, empirical evidence and

your own common sense.

 

Evidence is offered here for all claims of fact. A bibliography of source material is

provided for you to conduct your own search for the “Truth” and draw your own

conclusions. Any sources you would like to share are also welcomed.

 

    The Way

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 World Religions

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The “Chain of Descent” as far back as we can tell more or less goes like this:

 

Hinduism branched into its offshoots of Jainism and then @ 500 BCE also Buddhism. Simultaneously with Hinduism’s (or at the very least the Indic peoples) spread westward toward the Middle East and into Mesopotamia, the Indic peoples, their culture and religion(s) were also spreading into the rest of South Eastern Asia and as far north as the modern day Koreas and Japan. An Indic influence was also felt on many of the Pacific Islands and perhaps even Mesoamerica.

Sumer and Egypt are now both believed, by many serious scholars, to have originally been Indian colonies in ancient times.

 

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Zoroastrianism or the “Parsi” Faith seems also to be a later extension or version/variation of Hinduism. Some sources claim that Abraham was another name for Ibrahim Zeradust (Zoroaster). This is also where the Hebrews (and later the Christian’s and Muslim’s) got the One God concept, the Devil and also the Arch-Angels.

 

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The “Religion” of Melchizedek shall probably remain a hot topic of debate, but it seems from what biblical clues are given surrounding the story of Abraham’s “Blessing” by him that he too was more than likely a Hindu, and possibly, so some speculate even Krishna and still others have concluded that he was the Pharaoh Akhenaton, the Pharoah who declared “Aten-Ra” or the “One God Concept”. 

 

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The Hebrews are the descendants of Abraham who we believe was a Hindu or a Sumerian of a priestly caste and possibly “a Brahman”. The Hebrews were obviously influenced by their close Egyptian ties through Joseph and Moses. Moses was more familiar with the Egyptian Gods than his own and some serious scholastic work is going into the theory that he was once the Pharaoh Akhenaton (another possible candidate). Moses also became the son-in-law of a priest - Jethro of Midian. The Midianite’s incidentally also claim descent through Abraham. The bible also tells us that the Israelites did not know the name of their own “God” and so it follows that they had little or no idea of their ancestral heritage.  All this had to be taught to them by Moses, who was taught by Jethro. The Ancient Hebrews had a Godly pantheon very similar to that of the Egyptians and many other Middle Eastern societies as well as the Hindus. Then yet again, the Hebrews mixed in another version of Hinduism from the Persians and Zoroastrianism during their Babylonian captivity from 597 to 538 BCE. We contend that it was only after this that the “Judaic” peoples declared their monotheism.   

 

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Christianity, as most know and whether one likes it or not, is an offshoot religion primarily of Hebraic descent with a heavy admixture of Greek Hellenism. Many serious scholars have come to the conclusion that Jesus was not of Nazareth (as that town did not exist in his time), but that he was a “Nazarene” which is thought to be an offshoot of Buddhism. Additionally the stories of Jesus’ birth and youth may as well have been read from the stories of the Hindu God Krishna, a figure who like Jesus was both at once “fully human and fully divine.” It needs to be pointed out here that in large part Christianity was in many ways like it’s Hebrew parent and Hindu great grandparents. Christianity under Constantine’s rule absorbed other influences from many other sources most of which can be traced through their Greek and Roman origins back to Hinduism i.e., The Hindu “Dyaus Pitar” later became first “Zeus” for the Greeks, then “Jupiter” for the Romans. These Greek and Roman influences are also obvious in Christianity especially those similarities between Jesus and Mithras (or Mithra).

 

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Islam’s origins were heavily influenced by their Hebrew Father Abraham and also through the remnants of Zoroastrianism, as well as direct contact with Buddhists and Hindu cultures and belief structures. We believe that Mohammed’s call back to the “Primordial Religion,” the Religion of Abraham was his call back to the beginning, - back to Hinduism. Back to belief in the sole “Creator God Concept” because he believed that Abraham practiced it. The Arabians and other tribes were the remnants of the once great Persian Empire and were more than familiar with Zoroastrianism including the concept of the ”Devil” and the concept of the Angels and Arch-angels.

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The Gods and The Devil

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Other items of interest:

 

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Bibliography of Source Material

 

 

“Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth.”

M. K. Gandhi

“Nothing that I can do will change the structure of the universe. But maybe, by raising my voice I can help the greatest of all causes - goodwill among men and peace on earth.”

Albert Einstein

“What’s so funny about peace love & understanding?”

Elvis Costello

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