MEDICINE HAT, Alberta, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Prophet and healer James Craik announces the launch of his latest book Of Jesus and Madmen. Craik's book takes a revolutionary and controversial look at Moses, Jesus and the leaders of the Christian Church (the 'madmen' of the title).
"My book dispels the myth of Jesus as a savior of the world and exposes the misplaced beliefs that not only condemn us to social slavery, but allow for 'dark beliefs' and policies to structure our lives from cradle to grave," says Craik. "Organized religions have been responsible for murder and torture throughout history, using religion to control individuals and pursue their own political and economic policies."
Craik's book begins by purporting the theory that the man we know as Moses was actually Pharaoh Akhenaton, later known as Aten Mos, and that he was responsible for initiating the monotheist practices that formed the basis of the three major religions in the world today. Craik depicts Moses as an alien-human hybrid brought here for the specific purpose of leading the Jewish people out of Egypt into Canaan. He offers historical support for this theory, claiming personal knowledge of Moses' burial in a tomb in Jordan with a trillion dollar fortune.
Regarding Jesus, Craik references secret archaeological evidence hidden in the Vatican that indicates that Jesus' death and resurrection were fraudulent, merely intended to fulfill the writings of earlier prophets.
"Historical evidence of Jesus' life after the crucifixion has been known to peoples throughout the Middle East and Indian subcontinent for many millennia," says Craik. "The evidence is only now being pieced together to dissolve the illusion of a 'God' being placed in the world for our salvation."
Craik's controversial and thought-provoking book offers alternative theories to many long-accepted beliefs.
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