Jesus: Prince of Peace….?
Jesus is styled as prince of peace by the christians. But his own words merely show him to be the contrary. Luke 12:49-51: “It is fire that I have come to spread over the earth, and what better wish can I have than that it should be kindled? There is a baptism I must needs be baptised with, and how distressed I am for its accomplishment! Do you think that I have come to bring peace on the earth? No, believe me, I have come to bring dissension.” How worthless is the christian claim, when Jesus himself says so categorically that he has not come to bring peace, but rather fire and dissension!
Jesus declares in so many words that he suffers untold distress that the world of man is not yet consumed by fires of dissension. The subject matter of this book is that Jesus and Satan are one and the same. Satan means deceiver. Jesus is the same Satan who has acquired human likeness for the annihilation of mankind. This is what Jesus means when saying that “whoever has seen me, has seen the father” (John 14:9). Jesus the pseudo-human constitutes by and in himself the deceptive mask put on by Satan the devil supreme in execution of his contemplated aim of the total loss of mankind under the pretext of saving it. Jeremiah 4:10 “Alas, alas, alas, Oh Lord God, hast thou then deceived this people and Jerusalem, saying; you shall have peace; and behold the sword reacheth even to the soul?”. Thus says Jesus’ so-called father at Zephaniah 1:3 “I will cut off man from the face of the earth.” We find at Luke 12:49-51 above, the untransformed Satan emerge from his mask as Jesus. In other words, Jesus sheds his mask and emerges in his true identity as Satan.
The passages leading, Luke 12:14-52 show how this shedding of the mask occurred. Jesus says at Luke 12:40-41: “You too then must stand ready; the son of man will come at an hour when you are not expecting him. Peter thereupon asked Jesus: Dost thou address this to us, or to all men?” The announcement that he has come to set the earth on fire follows upon this question. Jesus so announces because of his earlier statement at Luke 9:27. Jesus says there: “But I tell you truthfully, there are some of those standing here that will not taste death at all until first they see the kingdom of god.” All his twelve disciples were present there, besides others. The disciples naturally inferred from the statement about “some of those standing here” that it was meant of them. But the same Jesus said afterwards at Luke 12:39-40: “Be sure of this; if the master of the house had known at what time the thief was coming, he would have kept watch, and not allowed his house to be broken open. You too, then, must stand ready; the son of man will come at an hour when you are not expecting him.” Jesus does not answer the legitimate question of Peter whether his illustration was directed at others only or at all of them. Reason is that the question tips off in Jesus an inkling of his identity as Satan on the part of its author. If Peter were to sense the correct profile of Jesus, then the so-called christianity is no more. The query of Peter starts a fear in Jesus that his identity is already known to Peter. This fear makes him panic. He loses all defences and blurts out in true Satanic vein that he is come to set the earth on fire, that he had no greater wish than that the fire be kindled and he be “baptised” in it and that he is greatly “distressed” that the undoing of the world as aimed by him is not yet accomplished. It is only possible for Satan the devil supreme to be distressed over mankind’s survival and to exult over its decimation. That kind of reaction only corresponds with supreme evil.
Jesus dispels all possibility of misgivings about his aim. “Do you think that I have come to bring peace on the earth?” he asks point-blank. “NO, BELIEVE ME, I have come to bring dissension.” Dissension is the opposite of unity. Jesus declares that he has come to bring dissension. This would show that there was no dissension in mankind before Satan appeared amidst man “transubstantiated” into Jesus and that his christianity and Jesus’ make-believe father are the pallbearers of discord and strife in mankind.
The Devil continues saying, “From now on a family of five will be divided, three against two and two against three. Fathers will be against their sons and sons against their fathers; mothers will be against their daughters and daughters against their mothers; mothers-in-law will be against their daughters-in-law; and daughters-inlaw against their mothers-in-law.” (Luke 12:52-53)