The Roots of Middle East Religions

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The Roots of Middle East Religions

Post by Thorin on Fri May 05, 2017 12:04 pm

It all started with an illness. An illness that was hereditary and effected mostly males. Due to its hereditary nature all Middle East prophets are relatives. Since this disease mostly effects males, all Middle East prophets are males. All those prophets had a mental disorder that made them think they received message frım God. But the message actually came from their brains. It was their brains and the mental disorder that made them believe so. They believed a message came from God, but it was their brain who created that message. Obviously when you read those holly books, you see human-like feelings, anger, disappointment, fear, hope, hate etc. This also supports the idea that prophets’ minds made up those messages, they were not God’s words.

The three Middle East religions share some common prophets like Abraham. He thought that a message came from God and God ordered him to kill his own son. He tried to kill his son. A mentally normal person cannot do this. It was Abraham’s mind who ordered him to cut his son. Abraham suffered from this mental disorder and it was passed to his descendants by genes, down to Moses, Mohammed and others.

This mental disorder looked like schizophrenia and epilepsy. All those prophets had auditory and visual hallucinations. Abraham believed God ordered him to kill his son, Moses believed he saw God at the mountain and he lost his conscious, Mohammed believed he went from Mecca to Jerusalem in the night and then reached to heavens and talked to God and saw Moses. Moreover, Mohammed’s uncle’s son, Ali had the same mental disorder but since Mohammed declared he was the last prophet Ali could not declare himself a prophet.

According to Ali’s followers, the imams should be descendants of Mohammed and Ali. They count 12 of these descendants as the real imams. The sayings of these 12 imams also support the idea that they had the same mental disorder and had some extraordinary experiences.

The first Middle East prophet, Adam was not the first human but he was the first person who had this mental disorder. He and his wife probably lived in Aden, Yemen. He left there because he believed God told him to go away. This was just a hallucination. Adam suffered the same mental disorder. And all of Adam’s descendants heredically carried these genes. Some of his descendants declared themselves prophets, but some did not. Because those who did not enhance special areas in frontal lobe could not become (!) prophets.

Research with magnetic resonance shows that religious people can stimulate frontal lobe and if they do it enough, they start to think they were God. This research shows that all the prophecy claims can be the result of brain activity.


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Post by Fuzzy Zack on Fri May 05, 2017 2:19 pm

Genius is a form of mental illness. The rest of us can still use their genius to transform our lives.

For example,

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn3676-einstein-and-newton-showed-signs-of-autism/
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Re: The Roots of Middle East Religions

Post by Thorin on Fri May 05, 2017 2:37 pm

Interesting and not surprised in regards to autism

I am more interested if as seen religions are based off mental health

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