The end of religion

By 'Fed up with religion'

If we as a species are to move forward, it is extremely important that this mass delusion called religion, in whatever form that may take, be addressed. Evolution in consciousness is frozen at the time the Romans worked out religion would be a perfect way to control the population. This website is helping with that progress, so kudos to all involved for that.

It’s really not that hard to debunk the bible as a literal text, actually, the bible debunks itself, but that is ignored in favour of the fantasy. An individual has to have the desire to know the truth and not hide from it in religion or anything else for that matter. Religion is easy; you don’t have to question anything. You can hide in cop-out statements like its "Gods will" or "God has a plan" or “Jesus will return and fix everything”

Mean while, as MILLIONS and MILLIONS of people around the world sit around waiting for the "SUN of God" to return "in the clouds" as he does every day... these criminal organisations we call Governments and private organisations are patenting DNA!

I am an Ex-Christadelphian that left when I was about 15 back in the early 90's. I grew up in it. When I left, I did not even get one phone call, from anybody. I still have family in the sect. Christadelphia has fractured my family and I'm tired of it, you can't have a conversation without it turning to God, the concept of which they are clueless outside the bible. I now push back, and they will either love me or hate me for it in the end, but that is beyond my control.

I speak the truth not for those who don't know it, but to defend those that do.

The real truth resonates deeply, and that causes discomfort in a lot of people so they hide in their fantasies instead of facing reality. They know deep down inside, but choose to ignore it anyway and in the age of information, ignorance is no excuse.

If the literal interpretation of the bible were true, there would be no miss-interpretation of its meaning. Simple really.

“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?”



  1. Fed Up With ReligionSeptember 19, 2016 at 12:57 PM


    When someone tries to sell you their delusions.

    When they say you can’t have morels or purpose without religion.

    When someone doesn’t hold others to their level because of an Iron Age book.

    When they refuse to understand why faith is harmful.

    When they kill and hate for their imaginary gods.

    When they tell you, you need an imaginary friend to “be complete”.

    When they refuse to see the flaws in a book that condones murder, slavery, rape and genocide.

    When they actively choose not to live in reality over a delusion.

    When they make harmful laws that control everyone based on their religion.

    It is necessary for human survival to offend religion with reality.

    Don’t be afraid to tell people-your religion offends my reason...

  2. Fed Up With ReligionOctober 14, 2016 at 7:19 PM

    Just Where Did They Get Their Ideas From?

    All over the place...

    The 10 Commandments- meet The Egyptian Book of the Dead, The Egyptian Book of the Dead- meet the 10 Commandments;

    Of Coming Forth by Light
    (aka Egyptian "Book of the Dead")

    On Transformation (Chapter 125)

    Greetings to you, High God, Master of the two Maats! I came to you, my Master, to see your perfection. I know you and I know the name of the two Maats. Here I have now come to you and have brought what is just and have chased iniquity away.

    - I have not committed iniquity against men,
    - I have not mistreated people,
    - I committed no sins in the Place of Truth,
    - I have done no harm,
    - I did not "blaspheme" God,
    - I did not impoverish the poor in their belongings,
    - I did not do what is abominable to the gods,
    - I have not afflicted and made the people weep,
    - I have not starved anyone (but have fed instead),
    - I did not kill or order killings,
    - I have harmed no one,
    - I did not soil the gods' bread,
    - I did not steal the holy wafers belonging to the fortunate ones (of the sky),
    - I was not a pederast,
    - I did not Reduce my bushel, (my scales were fair),
    - I did not add to the weight of my scales,
    - I did not cheat on the measurement of lands,
    - I did not steal milk from the mouths of small children,
    - I did not deprive cattle of its pasture,
    - I did not steal the gods' birds and fish,
    - I did not divert water when there was a flood,
    - I did not put out a fire which burned brightly,
    - I did not forget the days for offering meat,
    - I did not oppose a god during a procession,

    I am pure, I am pure, I am pure! My purity is that of the Grand Phoenix at Heracleopolis, as I am the nose of the Master of the winds who makes all men live in this, the day of the Filling of the Eye at Heliopolis.
    16th-24th century BC (Trans. E. A. Wallis Budge)

    You’re welcome for the re-introduction. It’s been a long time since they first met!

    “I did not” and “I have not” became “Thou shalt not”. And well, the rest is self explanatory...

    The famous Spell 125, the 'Weighing of the Heart', is first known from the reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III, c.1475 BCE.

    This, along with the Code of Hammurabi, a well-preserved Babylonian law code of ancient Mesopotamia, dating back to about 1754 BC, one need look no further for evidence of a law code blueprint laid out long before the Bible was written or the civilizations of the Greeks or Romans flowered.

    One of the best known laws from Hammurabi's code, whom “Marduk” sent to rule over men, was:

    #196. If a man put out the eye of another man, his eye shall be put out. [An eye for an eye]

    Hammurabi’s dictates are often cited as the oldest written laws on record, but they were predated by at least two other ancient codes of conduct from the Middle East. The earliest, created by the Sumerian ruler Ur-Nammu of the city of Ur, dates all the way back to the 21st century B.C., and evidence also shows that the Sumerian Code of Lipit-Ishtar of Isin was drawn up nearly two centuries before Hammurabi came to power. These earlier codes both bear a striking resemblance to Hammurabi’s commands in their style and content, suggesting they may have influenced one another or perhaps even derived from a similar source.

    These pre-Biblical laws helped shape Babylonian life in Hammurabi’s time, but their influence would echo throughout the ancient world.

    The “Holy Bible”, the completely original, divinely inspired word of God?

    Ecclesiastes 1:9 What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.


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