Explaining the Mysteries

Have you ever wondered who God is? Where he is? Why God is thought to be a he and not a she?

Has it puzzled you how an all knowing God would allow the Jesus mission to fail? Why he would permit so many catastrophes and such evil in the world?

Does it make you wonder if there is a God? How we became convinced of his very existence? How and why Jesus was attributed with the title ‘Son of God’?

Is there a credible explanation to it all? Were the stories handed down to us based on ignorance? Is there an explanation based on logic that makes sense of these things?

WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT – FAITH OR TRUTH?

On Earth as it is in Heaven
The God Secret
The Jesus Phenomenon
Leonardo Da Vinci
The Book of Revelation
Short Stories

Details of the research and works of Greg Rigby are included in this web site. The non-fiction works are all the results of extensive research and the temptation to make definitive pronouncements without evidence has been avoided.  The short stories attempt to see the world and the views of its inhabitants from new and alternative perspectives.

Adam & Eve creation myth

3 thoughts on “Explaining the Mysteries

  1. The beliefs of ancient times were assumed at a time when astronomical effects were thought to be evidence of the supernatural. Man created God out of this ‘evidence’ and this ‘God’ has prevailed. All Judaeo/Christian religious faith came from the Egyptian tradition and (now we know the truth about ‘the Heavens’) is based on false premises.
    The Shinto and Hindu beliefs came from stories founded in the same group of stars that were at the heart of the Egyptian religion.
    The world was misled by sincere priest astronomers and ‘Lords’ whose teachings are still perpetuated by priests who are ignorant of their teachings’ origins.

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