Book: 'Not in His Image' by John Lash by URI DOWBENKO
Is "religion" itself a virus insinuated into society by an alien extraterrestrial species for the purpose of societal control?
In his inspired - and inspirational - book "Not In His Image: Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology and the Future of Belief," John Lamb Lash deconstructs the "Belief Systems" (BS) of the Abrahamic religions -- Christianity, Judaism and Islam, while explaining the metaphysical teachings of the so-called "Gnostics," who have historically been disparaged as "pagans."
After all, even the word "Gnostic" itself means "know it all," a pejorative invented by the Roman Church to put down their rivals, who called themselves the "Children of Seth."
Despite the anti-Gnostic propaganda for the last 2,000 years, the Gnostics' enlightened and holistic world-view has now become increasingly relevant because it describes so precisely the spiritual conflicts of our day.
The Gnostics taught that religion is the elaborate production of aliens who sold the concept of an off-planet Savior-Redeemer God (or an absentee landlord god, if you will) responsible for the patriarchal and fratricidal mindset endorsed by the Abrahamic religions.