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"Schnitzel", the pig A cow named "Heidi" The hidden love of Jesus for animals I am afraid - Report of a deer mother The holy deer of Nara Japan, back to the roots The desert folk of Bishnoi Turned the back on the hunt For the sake of a little morsel of meat Eating meat makes you sick The persecuted vegetarians The blame of religion The bible is falsified Christian tradition & Vegetarianism I could not see it anymore! I do not expunge a life for a culinary delight

The bible is falsified

Jesus and the first Christians have been vegetarians

The bible is falsified. In the texts of the Old Testament God is illustrated as a perverse, brutal, unloving and wrathful being, which calls on murder, hold-up murder, genocide, war and carnage of animals. These texts are announced by the church to be the word of God. Up from the beginning, there were also serious disagreements in the New Testament. Later, the texts have been falsified more and more. Nonetheless, the bible is „the true word of God“ and „the only guideline“ for the evangelic and catholic institution – partly with disastrously consequences for human beings and animals.

In 383, Jerome (347-420 after Christ) got the order from pope Damascus I. to set up a standard, Latin bible text. The “Vulgate“ is his creation. Until today, it is regarded as faultless and obligatory by the Catholic Church. In fact, Jerome changed the Gospels at about 3.500 points. He wrote that two texts would not conform in longer paragraphs and that there are as many text forms as duplications. He also pointed out that is „difficult to come across the truth“ where one text deviates from another.
The historian Karl Heinz Deschner established: "In fact there exist no original. Neither a New Testament nor a biblical book at all maintained in its original wording. However, the first duplications are not available, as well. There only exist duplications of duplications of duplications. The today’s text of the New Testament is a mixture. That means that it was compiled of different transmissions.
... The text of „the book of the books“ which is published in more than 1.100 languages and dialects is therefore „unholy corrupt“. Theologians count 50.000 to 100.000 versions.

Jerome still knew about the vegetarian Ur-Christendom
Jerome was vegetarian and an animal lover. He became famous and popular due to a story with a lion which he removed a prickle out of his paw in the desert Chalcis in Syria. Jerome and the lion were friends from now on.
Jerome had all writings about the doctrines of Jesus which were available at this time. He well knew: Jesus did not eat meat. Jesus taught to love the animals and not to kill them.
In a letter to Juvenian Jerome made it clear: "The consumption of animal meat was unknown until the Flood; but since the Flood fibres and stinking juices of animal meat have been stuffed into our mouths... Jesus Christ who appeared as time was achieved associated the end with the beginning again so that it is us not allowed any more to eat animal meat." At another part in the same letter it is said: “And so I tell you: if you want to be perfect it is subserve… to eat no meat."
From the point of view of modern bible scientists Jerome also translated the so-called Hebrew gospel of which just a few parts are passed down. The following verses are written there: "Follower: Where do you whish us to prepare the Passover meal? Jesus: Did I demand to eat meat with you at Pessah?" (Jerome, Adv. Haer. I. 26). Other ancient writings beyond the bible also testify that Jesus and his followers did not eat meat - and that the ur-Christ lived vegetarian, as well.
Nonetheless, Jerome misapplied (or had to misapply?) this important aspect of Jesus’ doctrine at the composition of the bible – or he adopted already falsified models. The consequences of this concealment are unimaginable for animals, the nature and for the human beings...

Main point of contention: The love of animals of the Nazarenes

Apparently, the vegetarianism of ur-Christs was a huge problem for the mighty at that time. After the death of pope Damascus Jerome was ran away from Rome because of his espousal of vegetarianism and he fled to Bethlehem in 385. He would have feared for his live if he had included Jesus’ truthful love of animals in his retranslation of the bible into Latin. Fluid plumb was poured in the throat of vegetarian and pacifist Christs already under Emperor Konstantin.

The following citations should throw light on the dark force which took possession of the doctrine of Jesus up from this time. The new Catholics were forced to enunciate accursedness against the followers of Jesus and Jesus’ doctrine – consequently against Jesus as well: "I execrate the Nazarene, these obstinate people, which negate that the sacrifice law was given by Genesis. This law contains to eat living creatures..."
In 314, the following decree was given at a church synod in Ankara: "It was decided that those, who were priests and deacons in spirituality and who avoid meat, have to taste it (…). If they show averseness and not even eat the meat together with vegetables (…) they have to be excluded from office." (Carsten Strehlow: Vegetarianism/Veganism as a part of ur-Christendom)
Pope John III. (561-574) even execrated the vegetarian on the 1rst synod of Brage: "If somebody thinks that meat meals, which God gave the people for consumption, …are impure ….and renounce them, ….this person should be banished."

Paulus had problems with vegetarianism
The apostle lived vegetarian and vegan respectively. Just Paulus had problems with this. He preferably did not want to expect nothing of people so that they convert to Christendom as soon as possible. The vegetarian way of living was inconsiderable for him. The Ur-Christs faced him with mistrust and refusal as Paulus has chased them and has arrested many women and men. He was seen as a mock apostle. Therefore, he mainly evangelized at the heathen. There, he was very successful as he did not dispose nourishment rules and did not call for realization of the Jesuanic doctrines. He just called for the faith in Christ. Of course, he knew about the vegetarianism of the Ur-communities but he described this as a weak faith.
The church bases with preference on the following citation of Paulus: "Whatsoever is sold in the shambles, eat: asking no question for conscience' sake." (1. Corinthian 10, 25)
However, Paulus’ second conversion came apparently later or he did not want to argue about this subject with the Ur-Christs constantly. He confessed then: " It is good not to eat flesh and not to drink wine: nor any thing whereby thy brother is offended or scandalized or made weak.“ (Rom. 14,21) And: " Wherefore, if meat scandalizes my brother, I will never eat flesh, lest I should scandalize my brother." (I Kor 8,13). Finally, he attested: " Jesus instructed me to eat no meat and drink no wine, but only bread, water and fruit, so that I be found pure when he wants to talk with me." (Toldot Jeschu; cited according to Carl Anders Skriver: Ways of living of Jesus and the first Christs, page. 121).
But this avowal came too late. His letters already worked a circuit and threw a bad light on the doctrines of Jesus. No animals had to die as the first Christs came together to eat and drink in community. Because Jesus of Nazareth had elucidated his followers about the sensation of animals and assigned them not to slaughter animals.

Which are the consequences of bible falsification?
Reams of human beings and animals had and still have to suffer from the falsification of Jesus’ doctrines. 1000 years ago hundreds of thousands „misbelievers“ have been slaughtered in the sign of the crucifix during the crusades until the crusaders were walking in blood up to their knees. During the inquisition millions of people have been tortured and burned under the crucifix. Today, dead animals lie in front of the crucifix and church and catechism issue their blessing for this. Animals have no soul after all according to the doctrine of the church. Therefore, reams of animals have to pay with their lives due to falsified doctrines for centuries day after day.
As Jesus, the son of God, was crucified 2000 years ago, then the creation of God is crucified today: Millions and billions of animals are hold in mass hutches under cruel circumstances and are slaughtered, partly without anaesthesia, or are even thrown into boiling water – with the explicit blessing of the church. Millions and billions of animals suffer and die the whole year in labours of animal experiments – with the explicit blessing of the church. All six seconds an animal dies because of a hunter in Germany – with the explicit blessing of the church.
Bur not with the blessing of God for sure! Because God say to the people in the creation history: "Behold I have given you every herb bearing seed upon the earth, and all trees that have in themselves seed of their own kind, to be your meat." (1. Genesis 29)

The hostile doctrines of the church against animals

So, it is written in the catholic catechism which carries the signature of cardinal Ratzinger, the current pope:

2417 God entrusted animals to the stewardship of those whom he created in his own image. Hence it is legitimate to use animals for food and clothing. They may be domesticated to help man in his work and leisure. Medical and scientific experimentation on animals is a morally acceptable practice if it remains within reasonable limits and contributes to caring for or saving human lives.

2418 ... It is contrary to human dignity to cause animals to suffer or die needlessly. It is likewise unworthy to spend money on them that should as a priority go to the relief of human misery. One can love animals; one should not direct to them the affection due only to persons.

2293 Basic scientific research, as well as applied research, is a significant expression of man's dominion over creation..

The church cannot refer to Jesus of Nazareth in this case. Because Jesus loved animals and he ran the animal traders with a lash away from the temple. The birth of Jesus Chris in the barn of Bethlehem made it clear that he came not just for the people in this earth but also for the animals. – He was born in this world amongst animals. Other writings than biblical writings prove that Jesus and His Followers were vegetarians.

»Christs abstained from meat nutrition at all.«
Pilinius in a letter to Trajan, Ep. Lib. X. 96.

"As for my sacrificial offerings, they sacrifice meat and eat it, but the LORD does not accept them. Now he will remember their iniquity and punish their sins.“ Hosea 8,13

"He who slaughters an ox is like one who kills a man.” Jesaja 66,3

"When you spread out your hands, I will hide my eyes from you; even though you make many prayers, I will not listen; your hands are full of blood..” Jesaja 1,15-1,17

Petrus: "I live on bread and olives to which I only seldom add a vegetable."
Clementine Homilies, XII,6

Paulus: " Jesus instructed me to eat no meat and drink no wine, but only bread, water and fruit, so that I be found pure when he wants to talk with me."
Toldot Jeschu, edition Krauss, Berlin 1902, page. 113, Paulus word

"Matthew lived on seed, the fruit of trees and vegetables without meat."
Clemens von Alexandrian,
Paidagogos II,1,16

" John never ate meat."
Church historian Hegesipp according to Eusebius, History of the Church II 2,3

“Jacob, the brother of the Lord, lived on seeds and plants and touched neither meat nor wine.”
Epistulae ad Faustum XXII, 3

John Chrysostomus (354-407) about a group of exemplary Christians:

“No streams of blood flowed at their place; no flesh was slaughtered and cut to pieces ... One does not smell there the awful vapour of meals of meat ... one hears no racket and terrible noise. They eat only bread, which they earn through their work, and water that a pure spring offers them. When they want a lavish meal, then indulgence consists of fruits, and they find thereby higher enjoyment than at the royal tables.”
Homil. 69

Clemens of Alexandria (150-215:
“For within a moderate simplicity is there not a diversity of healthy foods: vegetables, roots, olives, herbs, milk, cheese, fruit and many kinds of dried foods? – Among the foods one should favour those that can be directly eaten without the use of fire, for they are always ready for us and are the simplest. – Accordingly, the apostle Matthew lived from seeds, hard-shelled fruits and vegetables, and ate no meat. And John, who practiced modesty to the utmost degree ate the buds of leaves and wild honey. – I think that the bloody sacrifices were invented solely by those people who sought an excuse for eating meat, which they also could have had without such idolatry.” Paidagogos II

Gregory of Nazianz
Church father from Kappadozien
“But the seed of a good house father is the good wheat, from which he bakes bread ... The indulgence in meat dishes is a disgraceful wrong and I desire that you may strive to offer your soul nourishment that lasts eternally."

Hieronymus (348-420):
“It is better that you eat no meat and drink no wine. For drinking wine started with eating meat, after the great flood.”
“Innocent foods are foods acquired without letting blood.”
“Consuming meat, drinking wine and overfilling the stomach are the cradles of greed.”
Adversus Jovinanum 1,30

Basilius the Great (330-379):
“The body that is burdened with meat foods is plagued by illnesses; a moderate style of life makes it healthier and stronger and cuts off the root of evil. The vapours of meat foods darken the light of the spirit. It is hard for one to love virtue when one is gladdened by meat dishes and festive meals.”
De monach. Institute. 9,10 Epistulae

“Meat is a contradiction to food and it belongs to the world of the past.”
Clementine Homilies III, 45

“As long as one lives frugally the luck of the house will increase; the animals will be safe;
no blood will be shed, and no animal will be killed. The cook’s knife will be useless; the table will only be set with fruits which nature offers to us, and one will be satisfied with that.”
From the epistles of Basilius the Great (330-379)

Wild animals get their name from their wild nature, not because they were created evil from the very beginning ...; instead, the sins of man made them bad. For since man was diverted from the path, they also followed him ...

If now man again raises himself to an existence fitting to his nature and no longer does evil, they, too, will return to their original gentle nature.
Theophilus of Antioch
2nd half of the 2nd Century