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September 2000

From: GA
To: Acharya S
Subject: Please Comment
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2000 20:47:48 -0700

Because your work is being featured on trufax, I'm in a non-religious state of ecstasy. And in only a few clicks I was able to read all of those emails from your fans and the like. It is so great what you exemplify for the very large number who feel the quickening. This helps everyone to cultivate authentic direction.

Around 1980, on a giant billboard adjacent to the Sacramento Municipal Auditorium, a mason's structure, an ad appeared for a few months. At that time, I was aware that the inherent message was correct, but not that Jesus was a plagiarism of Apollonius. Since then I have regretted that I didn't track the source of that spin. On the enormous expanse of unembellished white background, in the plainest type, in letters which filled only a very small portion, exactly in the center, in the color red:

Christ Was An Ad Man

I love what you are doing, who you are, and hope there is a basis for dialogue about the Apollonius connection.

We are slammed in the face with the profusion of news about the fraudulent matrix in which we, the human collective, are prisoners of belief. In my heart I long for information to appear and spread and multiply that behind the scenes an authentic natural order of surpassing intelligence has been at work congruent in space and time with the deceivers and dominators. This is an area I have investigated for thirty years.

Have you ever considered deploying your capabilities to establish the veracity of some notion, in distinction to the expose of fraud? Do you agree that a balance of both may be optimal?

On the Enigma 2 CD the last cut ends with the words (hearing her voice really brings in other dimensions of meaning): "Remember the shaman who used to say man is the dream of the dolphin ."

From: JM
Date: Sat, 2 Sep 2000 01:48:13 EDT
To: Acharya S

Dear Miss Acharya

Enjoyed your book very much. An excellent book that you would enjoy is Farewell To God, written by Charles Templeton. He was a very prominent evangelist in Canada and the U.S.

Thank you for all your efforts. May I say, you are one fine-looking woman.

Canadian Buddhist

Date: Fri, 01 Sep 2000 23:08:23 -0700
To: Acharya S
From: DW

[The following is a forwarded message from "JLC," whose earlier rant is found in the August emails. A friend attempted to reason with this disturbed and probably dangerous person (who purports to be teaching children), and here was his response.]

Dear whoever,

When I wrote that letter I was in a rush and It was late at night. I do have the book and I have read quite a bit of it and I have wrote much more then that. As far as "syntax" is concerned, well shove your syntax up your ass. I will not be insulted by a bunch of loony extremist feminist frigid ass whore who have nothing else to do but spread there hate for western culture and religion all over the place based of the fact that they are having trouble with their menstrual periods. Go blow it out of your ass bitch . Why does this woman, i.e Fraud call herself by an East Indian sounding name when she looks about as East Indian as Jerry Lewis does? She is just another phony with a book to sell. Typical of u people you don't answer my queries but just attack me anyway you can. Listen You Masonic fanatic bitch who the hell do you think you are talking to like that. And why do you have to defend her? Can't your bitch feminist whore lesbian lover defend herself??? Get a life or get out of town bitch! GOODDAY JLC!

To: "From Sex to Superconsciousness"
From: TZ
Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2000 12:50:08 EDT
Subject: Evidence of Jesus-Infected Derangement

Perhaps it would be wiser to re-enforce the argument rather than resort to four letter words. Does anyone out there have the credentials to prescribe a bit of lithium for JLC? I am really beginning to worry about him. We really should do something to relieve his pain... JB <<shruggs

From: DH
To: Acharya S
Subject: How come you are so into being an Anti-Christ?
Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2000 21:35:59 -0800

I've seen some odd things in so called life and my conclusion is GOD does exist, there is a fallen Angel Called Satan and he appears to have plenty of material published. LOL You do good work for magic and Satan.

I have seen so-called reality which you rely upon turned upside down, backwards and every which way you can imagine. Yet GOD and Jesus help me keep an even keel when I wander about this mirage called life. Yes, life is weird; it is painful and funny.

I used to be a peaceful, self-perceived type and not sexually frustrated. Now I am neither at peace with sexuality since I am harassed by demons night and day, which are not pleasant to be around, and I am not at peace because there is a spiritual war raging in the heavens and it is awesome! I have seen events removed from reality, objects disappear in drawers, etc., and no drugs were needed. I have seen the tongue-wagging demons and squirming people around me constantly being bombarded by spiritual perversities and battles.

I can hear the demons talking from their heavenly and local places, and still I mock them daily. I bind them to the feces in the toilet in the name of Jesus, and they get really perturbed. Granted the makeup in the toilet looks much better than the actual demons but it puts both articles in the bottomless pit! LOL I have even heard the demons and Satan say to people that reality is just a virtual machine made by some bizarre computer. Nay Nay I say, I've been in the Spirit, I've seen things which is not earthly and cannot be spoken of. Jesus and/or one of his Angels came to me when I cried out on my way to hell and near death. The demons left. When you die you will know.

Most of what I have difficulty with is reality follows what I say and the word becomes real to some extent. The reality is if Jesus and GOD are in my life I meet people whom GOD sends to me. I would much rather have Jesus and his Father running the universe than the fallen turd I pinched off earlier! LOL. Yes I know the material you have looked up seems to indicate Jesus is a myth... but isn't that what Satan wants to accomplish? Satan is real for sure.

GOD and Jesus were my witness and Satan was and is always the deceiver. When all of so called reality unravels and there can be only one kingdom with one king, this is what it is all about. I am not impressed with our intellectual pursuits, having been in the Spirit before, all our combined knowledge, including that wimp Satan and his so-called knowledge doesn't amount to enough to blow our noses in comparison to GOD, Jesus and their abilities. LOL Peace with Jesus is hard to achieve while I live. Death will prove to be the difference.

I don't know if it means anything at all, but I flipped the so-called Bible open, and it was Jeremiah 36:20-26. It seems writing can be a message from the lord, and the King will tear it up each time if it is not good news, or it is not what the King wants to hear. It would be a good idea when you take a dump to attach this information to it if you don't like any of it and send it to the bottomless pit.

Jesus? Yeshua? or Fiction?

From: KE
To: Acharya S
Subject: Re: How come you are so into being an Anti-Christ?
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2000 10:30:43 -0400

"I bind them to the feces in the toilet in the name of Jesus???????" Oh boy, now I've heard everything! Too fucking funny!! Where do these people come from?? Thanks for the comic relief.

From: PA
To: Acharya S
Re: FWD: How come you are so into being an Anti-Christ?
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2000 23:19:19 CDT

What a wonderful, loving testimony to the lord!!! And a fitting tribute to Christianity and all the benefits it has done for the human mind. Now what was I saying about religion causing mass, self-induced insanity?

To: "From Sex to Superconsciousness"
From: BD
Subject: How come you are so into being a blathering idiot?
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2000 11:36:55 EDT

Some people are just not cut out to explore the nether regions of the mind. Usually rants like this come from individuals who overdosed on something like Datura or Belladonna, mostly from ingesting enough seeds to sow the lower 40. Some psychedelics can make the imaginary real, and vice versa. Or maybe an undiagnosed case of vicious schizophrenia? It's so hard to tell. I have had the fortune/misfortune of meeting some of this ilk in the past, and when I haven't bought into their b.s., off they run back to the safety of their little fantasy. There is a nut I see at the public library who now supports himself off of donations from a website he maintains. He posts his insane ramblings (very similar to these, battling with demons, etc.) AND PEOPLE SEND HIM MONEY. SOME EVERY MONTH. He uses the library's computer. He drives a late model Mercedes 300E. He speaks at churches and revivals to spread his b.s. Aahhh...I'm glad it works for him. My problem is that I have too much dignity and self respect. Its hard to make the big dough w/o kissing a little ass, sucking a little dick, and maybe taking it up the tushie now and then. And I'm too damn happy (as my life-long suffering mother likes to point out)!! I thank you all for enriching my life. Time to labor on this so named day.

farmer Butch (part-time psychonaut)

From: AL
To: Acharya S
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2000 19:19:53 -0500
Subject: Re: FWD: How come you are so into being an Anti-Christ?

GOD and Jesus were my witness and Satan was and is always the deceiver. When all of so-called reality unravels and there can be only one kingdom with one king, this is what it is all about. I am not impressed with our intellectual pursuits, having been in the Spirit before, all our combined knowledge, including that wimp Satan and his so-called knowledge doesn't amount to enough to blow our noses in comparison to GOD, Jesus and their abilities. LOL Peace with Jesus is hard to achieve while I live. Death will prove to be the difference.

What irks me about this person's Mystical Mastery Tour(ment) of his brain is the constant reference to 'royalty'. The close relationship between the religiositors and some form of 'royalty' ensure the everlasting attitude of Serfdom "on Earth as it is in Heaven". This is the crux of the problem we encounter, confrontation between all being equal in the sight of the government, whether divine or mundane or all being in some sort of tier structure/hierarchy. Unfortunately, as the world increases its war-fighting cannon fodder force of 6 billion, the need for social constraints increases.

From: SF
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2000 23:05:32 -0400 (EDT)
To: Acharya S

I'm getting your book, The Christ Conspiracy I'm actually interested in reading it, very much so too, I'm becoming a fan of your work...I'm very impressed by it, well I hope to hear from you soon! Take care

Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2000 08:45:18 -0500
From: NB
Subject: query

To: Acharya S

I'm loving The Christ Conspiracy and have put a lot of time on my copy. But I have been having trouble finding a publisher called "Health Research," from your bibliography. There were a number of interesting looking books under that publisher, and I am doing more personal research and would like to find them...

Thanks for the freedom! I bless my parents every day that they didn't make us go to church as kids... It sure made a difference. I moved to the Bible Belt (NW Arkansas) 12 years ago. I could tell you some stories you wouldn't believe (or you of all people would) about the way the fundamentalists can attempt to run one's life. And even succeed. In the company I work for, unless one attends the right church, there is no chance of substantial advancement.

From: MC
To: Acharya
Subject: your book
Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2000 15:14:06 GMT

I wanna thank you for your Christ Conspiracy book! I read it and consider myself liberated! But I have questions! These are sincere questions, and I mean nothing smug or backhanded by them!

    1. Do you have a masters or PHD in anything? You do not have to tell me where you went to school; rather, just a yes or no will suffice!

    2. Who had the political power to make an addendum the Old Testament? Who had the power to attach the myth of the New Testament to the Old Testament - which may also be a myth???? But who had this power?

    3. My last question is a tad paranoid!!! But it seems that the masons and Christians are eternally at war - and this may be Hell in and of itself! But is it at all possible that the masons had the power to suppress any physical historical evidence of a real Jesus????

Thanks for your book - any suggestions on further reading?

No, I don't have a PhD. PhDs can be useful or meaningless. They can be procured through the mail or earned through hard, laborious study. The process can help develop an excellent work ethic, or it can be a hindrance in discovering non-mainstream concepts. Many people with PhDs are overly concerned with their occupations and reputations, and cannot freely address unpopular notions that are nonetheless based in fact.

Who had the political power? The members of mystery schools and secret societies, which transcended "race" and "religion." There's nothing very mysterious about creating a religion: the priesthood has done it many, many times.

Re the Masons, etc., these secret societies (of which the Catholic hierarchy is one) are so intertwined, it is nearly impossible to determine who's who. Christians are Masons, and Masons are Christians. There would be no reason for "the Masons" to suppress "historical evidence of a real Jesus," since secret societies were behind his creation in the first place. Any "real Jesus," in any case, would not be the character in the New Testament, since the latter is a sun god, widely worshipped within these secret societies, long prior to the Christian era.

From: AR
To: Acharya S
Subject: Tips for Learning a new Language
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 00:31:36 -0400

Hello Acharya-S:

Just found your site. Very informative. I can't fathom how someone can be fluent in so many different languages. Boggles my puny mind.

I've been trying to learn Russian on my own for a few years- can't seem to make any progress. I've been told that ancient Greek is twice as difficult as Russian, so I bow to your superior intelligence (where have I heard that before?).

Any advice you can give on how to master a very difficult language will be greatly appreciated.

(fellow Rationalist)

Thanks. I'm not "fluent" in the sense that I know all the idioms of these various languages. To be that fluent, one really has to live in a country where the language is spoken. But I can mucky my way through pretty well. Greek is my best foreign language, because I spent more time in that country than anywhere but the U.S.
Here are a couple of tips: Remember that children learn these languages, so you can too. I found it helpful to reconnect with my childhood sense of wonder and awe, as well as the frustration at not being able to understand. Also, it is very helpful to listen to how foreigners speak English, in your case how Russians speak English. When you hear common mistakes, you're listening to constructs they use in their own language. For instance, in Russian there is no very "to be," which means that those who are not fluent in English often forget to include it.

Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2000 08:05:04 -0500
From: NB
Subject: query

To: Acharya S

Thanks so much!

PS: I have mined your site fairly extensively. I hit it at least twice a week.

Keep up the good work!

Date: Thu, 07 Sep 2000 17:45:38 -0400
To: Acharya S
From: OI
Subject: the white alabaster jar

Heya, I've not the slightest idea if it is YOU who will read this email, or someone who is maintaining IT for you. But, it seems I'm on some sort of synchronistical rampage - following little "clues" from one to the next. So, I picked up The Christ Conspiracy from our library. I am however in the very middle of reading a book called Mary Magdalen: The Woman with the Alabaster Jar, and it did strike me funny that what has interested me most intensely as of late, especially after reading "The Harlot by the Side of the Road", is the real "scoop" behind the Bible. I was raised Mormon, but twelve years after being excommunicated I would have to say that my religion is merely in the daily communion with nature and the nature of things both broad and specific. So, I clicked on your name at the bottom of your website first, before perusing anything else about you, and now I'm wildly tapping away at the keys without a second thought. It's utterly divine that there is a woman out there with your knowledge. Most of my own knowledge has been "intuited" in a very amazing way. Little vessel just waiting to be filled. I'm not too certain of my purpose in writing you. But, like I said at the beginning, I'm really flowing with this synchronicity thing - picking up little clues here and there like Alice in Wonderland!

From: BB
To: Acharya S
Subject: Thanks
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2000 19:05:22 -0700

Dear Acharya,

I can't begin to put into words the liberation I felt after reading The Christ Conspiracy. Most of my teen and adult life I would go to church off and on either because my friends did or just to meet people. And I would read the bible and try to believe the message, but I never could. Finally, about 4 years ago, I had been going to my cousin's church, and the sermon the minister gave one Sunday made me so angry I never went back. I remember thinking "what a hypocrite this guy is." I felt ashamed to be there. Later that summer I visited a cousin in Kansas whom I love dearly. Both [she and her husband are deeply religious. One evening her husband...and I were talking and a news program came on about a teenage girl who authorities believe had been kidnapped and probably was no longer alive. The program gave some information about the girl's life: drugs, truancy etc. But essentially people who knew her said she was a good person who loved people and life. At some point during the program **** made a comment to the effect that, since she wasn't a Christian, she probably got what she deserved and was "burning in hell." I couldn't believe I had heard that, because he is a really nice guy, and, weren't Christians supposed to be forgiving? Maybe I should have said something, but I was too shocked to say a word. That was the last straw, and I have been vehemently opposed to Christianity since.

Then I found your website a couple of months ago, and after reading your book I felt all of those years of depression and guilt and fear of "burning in hell" just evaporate. I have been reading constantly since then about the history of Christianity, the New Testament, ancient gods, etc. And I can't get enough. I just wanted to write and thank you for showing me the true light. I've always loved gazing at the Universe, and now I can truly believe in other worlds and other civilizations without a shred of doubt. Thanks again so very, very much.

PS Thanks for the wonderful bibliography. It should keep me busy for years.

Date: Sat, 09 Sep 2000 20:17:25 -0700
To: Acharya S
From: LM
Subject: Fwd: Thanks

About time isn't it. For every negative stroke, I bet you are getting (even if not in your Email) 10 positive strokes. I know that you have been well received on my one and only forum; then again, it is all atheists :) One guy said that your book is like a coffee table book: you can just pick it up and start anywhere and find something of interest value, and easy to read.

From: WF
Subject: your book
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 10:15:25 -0400

I am suspicious of someone who only gives an initial as a last name and who offers no identification as to herself or her background or credentials, yet purports to be a brilliant scholar who has uncovered the truth that has eluded thousands of others. I also notice that the many endorsements of your book are from anonymous people or people I have never heard of. Curious

You are "suspicious" - why? People use pseudonyms all the time - great writers throughout history. As concerns credentials, I actually do provide them on my site. Unlike many people who write popular books and do media and lectures (including so many Christian zealots), I actually have credentials relevant to my subject matter. And my education was quite good, especially by today's standards.

Regarding uncovering "the truth that has eluded thousands of others" - au contraire! As is quite evident from my book, thousands of others have uncovered the same truth. For more on the subject, see my Christ Con links.

Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 16:49:29 -0700 (PDT)
From: CG
Subject: Your Good Work
To: Acharya S

Hi, Acharya:

This is just a quick note to thank you for your very informative and entertaining site. I came across it while doing a little of the usual semi-random weirdness browsing (although I have heard/seen your name before elsewhere) and was immediately struck by the lucid and enjoyable tone of your writing.

I printed out a few inches of articles to read on the train & will be back for more, I'm sure. This is all well and good, I'm thinking, after I got to the part where the Pope is sitting down for a peanut-butter-sandwich & milk, then I found your photos and lo! The author is a hottie, too! That's just my personal opinion, of course, and I hope I don't offend you by expressing it.

I'm looking forward to reading more of your online work (how does ANYONE find the time to write so much?) and thanks again.

To: "From Sex to Superconsciousness"
From: SI
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 20:24:25 EDT
Subject: Freedom From Religion

This photo says it all about Religion.

To: "From Sex to Superconsciousness"
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 00:56:55 +0200
From: TB
Subject: blasphemy

I got my dose of BS. When I was about 12 years old I started to ask difficult questions. I was told to shut my mouth, I was a kid and didn't know what I was talking about. That was the point when I decided not to go to church again.

What I never liked about whole Christian thing was the feeling of living with the dark spectre of eternal damnation in the background. If god was so loving and caring why would he condone something like that?

Anyhow, in one of my very first postings I was talking about "shaking of the chains." I have one left; I name it "Nagging Doubt." Although I never went to church very much and didn't care about the whole thing much either, it still left a deposit with a very long half-life in my mind. Before I get rid of that last chain I think I'll have to do some very serious Soul-Searching.

No amount of reading, or accumulating knowledge and insights from others will free me of the last chain. They may help to get you started, but in the end everyone will have to do it themselves. Talk about the narrow, windy road to heaven...the road of the church is a very broad, straight and well cleared path. IM(NS)HO.

From: DD
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 22:36:57 EDT
Subject: Hello Again O mighty Yonic Goddess!
To: Acharya S

Dearest Acharya,

I have been writing lots of articles lately and have been contacted by a publisher who wants me to stick them all together into a book. Looks like I'll be joining your ranks as a published author soon!

Is it OK to quote you off your website (with proper credit and reference of course)? ...I loved Christ Conspiracy and would like to plug it in my book.

Are we buds? Warmest Regards

Naturellement, mon ami! You can use whatever quotes you like, with proper attribution.

From: MB
To: Acharya S
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 21:18:34 -0700

Ok, first things first. You are hardly unbiased nor are you very learned. You ignore any sort of support the veracity of a historical Jesus might have not to mention you are clearly an Anti-Christian before anything else and a psuedo-intellectual after. I think you might have a notion of what truth is but unfortunately you are too afraid to climb out of your ego and look around for it. Your understanding of history is poor to say the least and your understanding of society is even worse. You are vague and vacuous and, although hot, not nearly worth the time it took to write this e-mail.

"Not very learned?" I'll leave my readers to determine that assertion.

Ignore? No, because there's nothing to ignore. Where is this "support?" Sorry, but ad hominem attacks do not make your case.

To: "From Sex to Superconsciousness"
From: HM
Subject: blasphemy
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 10:22:21 EDT

I personally found a recent post very interesting:

Sirius wrote, in part:

In fact to me the concept of the Crucifixion of Jesus is Satanic. Taking the so-called Sun of God and nailing him to a cross! What kind of subconscious impact does that really have on the minds of young children? Christians claim that the crucifixion of Christ was a beautiful gift from God. What a load of bull!

Since I have a young child, who so far has not been directly exposed (as though it were something quite pornographic) to the blood-dripping-nailed-to-the-stake Jesus, I found this idea, which I had not considered before, eye-opening. I dont think it would be far-fetched at all to imagine that seeds of insanity are indeed planted in a young mind when shown a picture, or even worse, a statue (crucifix) of, the bloody, beaten, half-dead or dead man nailed (NAILED!) to a cross (A CROSS?), crown of thorns on the head, and told that this is something wonderfulnothe greatest thing to ever occur ever in the entire universe!! Well? Isn't that what is taught? Told that because of this horribly awful, ugly, violent, incomprehensibly painful occurrence, allowed to happen by the creator of everything that is, who is all-knowing and all-loving no less, that they will be able to find, someday, when they are dead, joyful, beautiful eternal life in a place that is not on earth. As Acharya might say, lovely.

Having been brought up Catholic, I grew up with this image. But I would not have thought that it had affected me much. I would not have thought that anywhere in my subconscious was left even a shred of fear, awe, respect, much less confusion or revulsion. But then, there are reminders now and then that make me realize my reprogramming must continue

Bill...bless his little Jesus loving heart, occasionally provides us with fun things to do. A while back it was the Jesus Test. Remember that one? Jesus was hanging on the cross, and you were supposed to pray to him to see if your prayer was answered A few days ago, we got the one where you get to dress up the Jesus on the cross. Then the one where you yourself get to nail him to the cross. What a thrill! Now when I was originally taking the Jesus Testand oh yes I did it, you better believe it!my son happened along, and he wanted to know what I was doing. Now dont you know my first reaction, my no-thinking-about-it, knee jerk reaction, was something akin to embarrassment and fearand guilt. Imagine that. But then, I thought to myself, no, I dont believe anymore that any of this is real, this is a little computer image, and this is a game, and this is even hysterically funny, right? So we sat and we did it together. And I must tell you that he liked the electrocution the best. And all along, I reminded him that the idea of Jesus was a myth, that it wasnt real, that no Jesus even existed And this was just a little game, AND that we don't do this to real people, or hurt them in any way ever. And so, I was reminding myself also After I put him to bed, I came back to the computer and was astonished to realize that I STILL felt some residual of guilt over what I had "done." Sort of like when I laughed myself absolutely silly when I had my first encounter with BOB about 2 years ago, but after that, the next day, I wondered if I had done something wrong.

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