The movie spent over 30 minutes attacking the Bible and the Christian faith and specifically the idea that the story of Jesus Christ in the Gospels is nothing more than a copy of the story of the Egyptian God Horus, Mithras and other pagan gods. This article will show that not only are these claims incorrect and lack any substantive evidence, but that they are part of a greater spiritual agenda that Dan Brown, the Zeitgeist film and others have in common. The Zeitgeist film makes a number of wild statements about Horus to attempt to prove that Jesus is a copy. The most famous by far, was that Horus was born from his mother Isis, who was not a virgin, but rather a widow of the slain Osiris. Through sorcery, Isis, assembled the body of Osiris and was impregnated with his phallus.
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Sweden Yes! Male fertility tends to be neutral to slightly eugenic in the United States, and probably elsewhere in the developed world, since children are not a burden so far as most male careers are concerned. And it would turn out that Nordic women actually probably have eugenic fertility patterns. Moreover, while it does get a lot of Third World refuse, this may well be counterbalanced by its hovering up of human capital across the Mediterranean and East-Central Europe along with the Anglo-Germanics.