Prior Jesus/God Saviors Crucified
Prior God Saviors that were “CRUCIFIED” has been a popular theme since the beginning of history!
Thulis of Egypt
1700 BCE – 3500 YEARS AGO.
AKA Zulis represented by sculptures made 1700 B.C.E. found in a small chamber lying over the western adytum of a temple. The story is that the 28 lotus plants near his grave represent the years he lived on earth. This God suffered a violent death, was buried but rose again then ascended to heaven and there he will judge the dead souls of a new future state. We are told that this God came down to earth from heaven to benefit mankind and that he was full of grace and truth
Chrishna – of Hindostan … more…
1200 BCE INDIA
AKA Khrishna. Commonly spelled with a ‘K” – Krishna – to not confuse as being Christian. This is the most probably source of the words Christ and Christian. Krishna was born of a virgin (Devaki) on December 25. He died around the age of 30. He died on a tree crucified between two thieves (some traditions). He was pierced and crucified. The deaths resulted in a Sun darkening at noon. He “resurrected” from the dead. He descended into hell. He ascended to heaven “in the sight of all men.” He came to earth to die for the salvation of man. Krishna was deemed “Son of God”, “Our Lord and Savior.” He was part of a trinity, the second person. His disciples gave him the title of “pure essence” which sounds close the the name Jesus (in Hindustani).
Crite of Chaldea
The sacred books of the Chaldeans describe this God as being crucified. He was revered as the Savior, the ever blessed Son of God, the Savior of the race, the atoning offering of an angry God. When he was offered up, both heaven and earth shook to their foundations.
Attis of Phrygia … more …
A Phrygian god of vegetation, and in his self-mutilation, death, and resurrection he represents the fruits of the earth, which die in winter only to rise again in the spring.
There are several account of this God but all seems to concur that he had been an atonement offering for sins. He was suspended on a tree, crucified, buried, and rose again.
Tammuz of Syria and Babylon … more …
AKA Dumuzi. History is just fragments. the full history of the God-Savior is probably that of Ctesias author of Persika (400 B.C.E.). was crucified as a sin offering. A translated line of an ancient text states, “Trust ye in God, for out of his loins salvation has come unto us. Another writer, Julius Firmicus writes about this God rising from the dead for the salvation of the world. Christian writer Parkhurst states that this Savior preceded Christ and fulfilling the same role.
Hesus or Eros, and Bremrillahm, of the Keltic Druids … more …
AKA Esus. The Druids represent this God as having been crucified with a lamb on one side and an elephant on the other side. A representation of this can be seen on the fire-tower of Brechin. The symbolism of the Elephant is that it is the largest animal in the world and represents all the sins of the world. The symbolism of the lamb is one of innocence and represents the victim. Christian use this same symbolism by saying “the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” This infers that Jesus was the victim and takes away the sins of the world. This legend is found among the Canutes of Gaul.
Bali of Afghanistan Corisa
AKA Baliu or Bel. In a country known as Orissa in Asia they had this Savior God who was crucified. They referred to him and the Lord Second referring to him as the second God of a trinity. The historical record Anacalypsis recorded (Vol I 257) that monuments of this crucified God were found in the ruins of the ancient city of Mahabalipore buried among the other statutes of the temple.
Indra of Tibet … more …
The crucifixion account can be found in Georgius, Thibetinum Alphabetum p 230. There were plates found representing this tibetan Savior as having been nailed to a cross. There are five wounds representing the nail holes and one representing the piercing of his side.There are marvelous stories about his birth as a divine redeemer to a virgin of black complexion (Jesus is said to have had an ebony hue as is the case with other sin-atoning Saviors). He descended from heaven on a mission of benevolence and after he was cucified he ascended back to his heavenly mansion. He led a life of strict celibacy which he taught was essential to true holiness. He showed great tenderness towards all living creatures. He would walk upon the water and upon the air. He could prophesy the future event with great accuracy. He practiced sever discipline of the boday and mind with devout contemplation and subjected his passions. He was worshiped as a God who is a spirit in all living entities. His followers were called “heavenly teachers.”
Iao of Nepal
AKA Jao. This God has definite and specific testimony that he was crucified on a tree in Neapaul (Georgius, p. 202). This Savior’s name appears in the holy bibles and sacred books of other countries. It is often spelled Jao which sounds like the shortened version of Jehovah.
Sakia Buddha, Hindu of India … more …
AKA Sakya Budda, Sakia Muni, sa skya, “pale earth”). This god was an extensively worshiped sin atoning savior who was written by several oriental and Christian writers to have been crucified. One account was an arrow pierced his heart and fastened him against a tree then split at right angles to form a cross that hung the body. He had a virgin birth that is depicted by a virgin mother holding her child and flowers indicating her virginity and that her immortality was transferred to her son. His crucifixion was designed as a sin atonement. He taught that all sin has punishment either in this life or the next. Sakia suffered a suffering crucifixion where he died, went down to hell to suffer a short period, 3 days, then resurrected. Before he ascended to heaven he taught soul- elevating precepts. While alive he made the blind see, the deaf hear, the dumb speak, the lame dance, and the crooked become straight.
His mother was very pious and refined. She is referred to as the “Holy Virgin, Queen of Heaven.”
Alcestos of Euripidies
The only example of a female God atoning for the sins of the world by being crucified. This account comes from the writings of the English Classical Journal vol 37. The account includes the doctrine of the trinity and her atonement offering for sins
Mithra of Persia …more…
Born of a virgin on December 25. Sacrificed himself for world peace. Died on a cross. Rose again 3 days after being buried in a tomb. He is called “Redeemer”, “Savior”, “Messiah.” This God is very close to the Christian story of Jesus.
Quexalcote of Mexico …more…
There is an explicit, unequivocal and ineffaceable historical record of this Mexican God being executed upon the cross as a sacrifice for the sins of mankind. This evidence is engraved on steel and metal plates. One plate states he was crucified on a mountain, another plate represents him crucified in heaven (same as St. Justin tells Christ was). Sometimes he is represented as hanging on a cross and other times he is holding a cross in his hand. Sometimes he is represented as having two thieves crucified with him. The Mexican Antiquities confirms that Quexalcote is in the paintings of Codex Borgianus as nailed to the cross. Also in the Codex Borgianus is the account of the crucifiction, his death, his burial, his descent into hell, and his resurrection on the third day. In a similar work entitled Codex Vaticanus is the story of his birth by immaculate conception by a virgin named Chimalman. There are many other references in other writings of his forty days temptation and fasting, his riding on an ass, his purification in the temple, his baptism regenerating him by water, his forgiving of sins, being anointed with oil. These accounts are found through out the sacred books.
Wittoba of Telingonese or Bilingonese
There is a conclusive historical record that this God was crucified. He is represented in his history with nail holes in hs hands and the soles of his feet. Nails, hammers and pincers are constantly seen on his represented crucifixes and graven objects. The iron crown of Lombardy has within it a nail from the true original cross This crown is much revered on account of this nail. The worship of this God is mainly in Travancore and other southern countries in the Madura region.
Prometheus of the Caucasus …more…
Seneca, Hesiod, and other writers state that he was nailed to an upright beam of timber to which was affixed a cross member that extended arms of wood.
Quirinus or Ixion of Rome
This God was conceived by a virgin. His life was sought by the ruler kin Amulius. He was of royal blood. He was put to death by crucifixion by wicked hands. On his exit from his body the whole earth was enveloped in darkness, just like Jesus, Krishna, and Prometheus. He then is resurrected and ascends back to heaven.