Mark Blain

“The False Name, The Council of Nicaea, And The Missing Records” — By Mark Blain

The first Ecclesiastical gathering in history was summoned in 325 AD, and is today known as the “Council of Nicaea.

It was at this gathering that the spurious religion known as “Christianity” was born, and the ramifications of the decisions made at this time are difficult to calculate. But we will endeavor to do our best in disclosing just how insidious “LYING” can be.

Approx. four years prior to chairing the Council, Emporer Constantine was initiated into “The Religious Order of Sol Invictus,” one of the two thriving cults that regarded the Sun as the one and only Supreme God (the other was Mithraism). Because of his Sun worship, Constantine instructed the Historian Eusebius, to convene the first of three Councils. This to begin on June 21, 325AD, the Pagan Summer Solstice, which was held in the Great Hall of Osius’s Palace (Ecclesiastical History, Louis Dupin, Paris, France, 1986, Vol. I, pg. 598).

From my extensive research into Church councils, I can only conclude, and hope all who read this will concur, that those in attendance at the Council of Nicaea were all under the deceitful powers of Satan, and that the convention was composed of some of the lowest demonically-possessed rabble and vilest abominable humans ever, for it was that infantile body of men who are responsible for the commencement of a new religion and the theological creation of the fake “Jesus Christ”, in place of the genuine “Yashua Messias”!!!

Michel de Montaigre expressed this deceit thusly: “Man is quite insane. He wouldn’t know how to create even a lowly maggot, yet he goes around (throughout all of history) creating gods by the dozens.” — Essays II

Constantine’s intention at Nicaea was a desire to secure unity rather than any predetermined theological verdict, and in doing so he created an entirely new god for the empire; one that would unite all the then known religious factions under a single deity and that, here, chosen to be the god of the Christians.

Presbyters of the era were asked to debate and decide whom their new god would be?…The names of 53 gods were tabled for discussion, with the exception of two: “Yahweh,” and “Yashua Messias” were nowhere to be found on the listing. Quoting Prof. S. L. MacGuire, in his translation of the extant records of the Council, we note: “As yet, no god had been selected by the Council, and so they (the Presbyters of Nicaea) balloted in order to determine that matter….For one year and five months the balloting lasted…”. — God’s Book of Eskra, Salisbury, 1922, Chpt. xiviii (paragraphs 36 and 41).

At the end of that time Constantine returned to the Council at Nicaea to discover that the Presbyters had yet to agree on a new deity, but had at least balloted down to a list of five prospects: “Caesar,” “Krishna,” “Mithras,” “Hesus,” and “Zeus.” (Historian Ecclesiastical, Eusebius, c. 325-6 AD. Constantine was the ruling spirit of Nicaea, and he ultimately chose this new god for them. To involve British factions, he ruled that the name of their Druid god, “Hesus,” be joined with the Eastern-Saviour god, “Krishna” (Sanskrit for Christ), and thus Hesus-Krishna would be the official name of the new Roman god. A vote was taken and it was with a majority (161-to-157) that both of these man-made deities became one man-made god of the then known religious world.

Following longstanding heathen custom, Constantine used the official gathering and the Roman apotheosis decree to ‘legally’ deify two gods as one, and did so by democratic consent. The new god, Jesus Christ, was proclaimed and ‘officially’ ratified by Constantine (Acta Concilii Nicaeni, 1618).

That abstraction lent Earthly existence to the Empire’s new religion; and because there was no letter “J” in alphabets until around the 16th century, the name subsequently evolved into the so-called Jesus Christ we know and worship today; a FALSE god that exists only in the creation of man’s mind, not in reality!!!

Ain’t it strange how millions of people worldwide are worshipping a non-god, just a made-up name? And, oddly enough, the very book they claim to be their Holy Scriptures conveys that the ONE true GOD, Yahweh, proclaims: “My people shall know my NAME” (Is. 52:6; cpr. Psalms 9:10; 83:18; 100:3; Is. 60:16; Jer. 16:21; and 48:17.

Mark Blain, #1154225
Nottoway Corr. Ctr., LOE-198
P.O. Box 488
Burkeville, VA 23922

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2 replies »

  1. On the contrary your rendering of theological history is grounded in bias ignorance and obstinacy. All any anti council and heretics can say is want the ancient theologians said,” To refute the heretics New words and terms were needed in expressing the ancient faith. Therefore it is more exact to say they supposed a new way of speaking about God according to scriptural revelation. God changes not. Hence the early council could not create a new Jesus.

    So what your 21st century intellect opposes council verbiage .

    Like the 4 th century Bishop Bothius said,” What is it to me if I understand rightly what you think is unholy “.


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