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Etymology of Christ

The word ‘chri-st’ , or ‘christos’ is said by some to first appear as a verb in Prometheus Bound by the author Aeschylus, who also conflates the Ethiopians with the Indians; in this work, where again the hero dies on a “fatal tree” which may be indentified with the terebinth, or “tree of sorrows.” (Sak, & Asok tree & tree on St Thomas Mound) .

The meaning of Brahmana-Charya was overtaken by the Buddhists as Buddha-Charya, same title/name of the Theravadin Pythogoras, one who follows the Buddha-marga, or Buddha’s path. Acharya = Osiris, Syrian, a Buddhist Guru, etc.. (see Jesus's Godama Sources)

PATHOS, the earliest Greek rendering of Buddha, replace PENTHOS as an appellation for the “man of suffering,” and a connection between Prometheus and Sanskrit pra-mathas is also sure.

“The mass of ills are like the flowers of the sorrow-tree, old age and all its griefs, the tangled boughs.”―The Life of Buddha, by Asvaghosha, Samuel Beal, p. 136

“On Judgment Day,” said he, “I, like everyone else, will be allowed to hang all my unhappiness on a branch of the great Tree of Sorrows (tihr-penthos, or BUTM tree of Buddas-so say early church fathers)… Then, I will walk slowly around that tree.”
―Paths of Faith,p. 342.

The Sanskrit word for anointed is ghrsta, the present case is ghrsti, the same verb for anoint is in Prometheus Bound. Early accounts, from separate sources, say that Prometheus was a Scythian; this was also said of Deucalion, Xuthus, or Saku-thas (son of Hellen & Ion, or Jan, which became the termination seen in Persian, Indian, Scythian, Grecian, etc), and the original Sicanoi of Sicily may have been Scythian, or Sakaen. Though Herodotus gives no clue that they believed they were an ancient people, the Goths and the Pelasgi, being of the same culture, may have once identified as Scythian, and if the Aryan languages originated from the Scythian tongue, we could see a very obvious irony in that the Greeks and Indians called them Barbarians.

The anointer is the Guru-tara, or Chari-sthi, form of ‘guru-sthi’ Pali ‘chari-sthi’ supereletive of Pali chari. A Guru is the Middle Indic Buddhist Prakrit was a-charya. All the Buddhist king are anointed with butter (ghrsta) and this also went for Asoka whose edicts are dated to the time before the particular type of Messiah expected in the Book of Daniel.

Messiah from Pali Metteya. The Pali T = our S, they are comutable in many languages. Ex Theos=Zeus =Jayas as the Buddhist majjima=Madhya. Janaka=Sunaga=Kanishka=Tutank-amun(i); Sunaga = Tenages =(the)Ching, etc Tenages was martyred by jealous "brother"

The earliest form of our cursive scripts were the Kharo-sthi (=logos) script of the earliest Buddhists.

Many "scholars" say that this script was first used by whom they take as the Persian AchaeMENES. The mythical Menes of Egypt was MUNI (Godama), as the Achaemenes where from HAXAMANIS, or Shakyamunis. As with the first Amasis (Moses), the first Ptolemy, the first Alexander, etc, etc.. we are told that they all belong to the time around 1200 B.C. but those not fooled by our societies long standing sickness of making historical chronologies jibe with biblical chronologies know that no such figures of this era ever existed.
Egypt only started breaking away from the Hieroglyphs when the Buddhist Sakae & Magi introduced Kharosthi to Egypt. Naturally it follows that all of the ancient Egyptian papyri with this script have antiquities which are greatly exaggerated; probably due to the fact the majority of people will also eat whatever is thrown in front of them, and the theological grip on philology!

Kharosthi =Sans. title , Kurus the Great, or Cyrus the Great. As mentioned, the Persian Cambyses is the Sanskrit Kambhoja, how the Cambodians recieved this name that was popular in Egypt may tell a story of Roman and Persian degradation of Ethiopians and Central Asians whom they called simeon monkeys playing off the Buddhist Samana "hearers {of Buddha's voc(als, i.e. logos) later Hebrew "Sama", a hearer .

The books of Chronicles II and Ezra state that God possessed Cyrus to free the Jews from Babylonian captivity; however, no mention is made of all the other captives freed. Thomas Paine was probably the first person to point out that the last three verses in Ezra are almost the same as the first three in II Chronicles. In the earliest Buddhist accounts of Buddha’s enlightenment, among the deaf hearing, the lame walking, and the blind and mute seeing and hearing, there is the mention of captives set free; this may reference the Jews, who were allowed to return to their previously-held land right around the said of time of the birth of the Buddha.

One scholar advances the theory that Jarasandha is merely a figure created to represent Buddhism, and I support this supposition and add that if the warrior freemen, or Kshatriyas, Kurus, who were said to be expelled westward, represent the Buddhists, then there is a clear Buddhist tie to the first Cyrus. It also appears to me that the legends of Jarasandha and Alexander have crossed—they appear to share the same name. Jarasandha was of the “Ghrikos” house of the Magadhan kingdom; Alexander was a Macedonian in search of the Boetian “Graikhos,” who are said to be first mentioned by his teacher Aristotle. The name Jarasandha has a number of contrived etymologies. A Buddhist etymology would consider that Buddha was deemed “Zandhika,” and there is a fairly good probability that “jara” was meant to signify “old,” which is applied to sour-milk (sanda), such as that which Alexander was said to eat with the sacred Terebinth, or Butm tree (Buddha tree) at Cyrus tomb. The sour milk, or yagu-hoti missa (masa, or matha, the pramathas of the vedic ghee, or ghrita) was in Turkey before Antioch.

“We want a knowledge of the Sanskrit language of India to understand the meaning of the names, and I mention it in this place, only to show that it is from the cosmogony of Persia, rather than that of India, that the cosmogony in Genesis has been fabricated by the Jews, who returned from captivity by the liberality of Cyrus, king of Persia. There is, however, reason to conclude, on the authority of Sir William Jones, who resided several years in India, that these names were very expressive in the language to which they belonged, for in speaking of this language, he says, ‘The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of wonderful structure; it is more perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more refined than either.’”
—The Writings of Thomas Paine, p. 330.

“In addition to the value of these data as fixing definitively, though within fairly anticipated limits, the epochs of these prominent Bactrian kings, the conventional use of the abbreviated definition introduces us at once to local customs, to which the Greeks so readily lent themselves, in their adoption of the method of reckoning by the Indian Loka Kala, which simplified the expression of dates, as we do now, in the civilised year of our Lord, when we write 74 for 1874.” —Records of the Gupta dynasty, p. 18.

After Bardiya’s, or Gomata’s, coup d’etat, the Persian kings, for a time, became tolerant of other religions. Darius then claimed true descent from Haxamanis (Sakyamuni) and slew Gomata, or Gaumata at the palace called Sakayauvatish (of Sakya-Buddha). A separate work may show Gomata to have been a Buddhist king of Kurus named Devasena (also a shepherd) who took the name Gomata (protector of cows, or “Gomeda,” another word for “butter,” “magic jewel,” or “the kakkola tree”; the prefix –go follows the Buddhist west, i.e. Kabul, or “Go-pala”; shepherd, cow protector, as in the Christian phrase “pal of the church,” the Buddhist “father protector” – Palaka, also in the compounded name of Gopalaka, a relative of Bimbisara).. He may also be the Persian king who freed the Jews and not Cyrus II (Sans kurus, Heb. Koresh) as it is supposed, but the case will be made later that he was a Buddhist representative and that many of the Buddhist elements in the literature of post-exile “Jews” were the result of this contact. Finally, it must also be considered that Gomata is the same name as Komudha, or Komede, which is another name for the Kambojas. There are also major problems with accepting Cyrus’s claim to the throne. Aside from there being a huge gap between the Greek and eastern accounts of the names associated with this Cyrus, some of his historians conflict with each other; some make him a foundling, others give his lineage (just as Gomata claimed a lineage to the throne of Persia). According to Herodotus, the child was protected by Mithridates, which is the first appearance of this name.

Ostanes, by some, would be identified as Zoroaster the Magi, and in an ancient Coptic text named Zostrianos, where the Buddha-like figure appears as Kalyptos (or the Buddha, orPtah, off all time); like the other so-called “Gnostic” texts, the Buddhist sources are easily recognizable to those free of western prejudices.

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