Born Again or Born From Above?

Being “Born Again” is a fundamental tenant of Christianity, which continually tells people that they must be “born again” if they want to be saved and go to heaven when they die. The fact of the matter is that the term “born again” is not scriptural even though it appears twice in the 3rd chapter of John in the King James Version of the Bible. The “scriptures” being referred to are the ancient Greek texts from which Christianism cobbled together its various versions of the Bible. This dichotomy arose between what was originally written and what was wrought into a corrupted Churchyfied cannon about 300 AD by an organization named “Christianity”, and given the title of the “Church of the Universe”. All this occurred when Constantine I was emperor of Rome, and this is why the world’s largest Christian denomination is called “The Roman Catholic Church”. In order to achieve validity the “World Church” gained possession of many things from antiquity which they began to write false narratives of that glorified their new religious creature. Fill the ranks of the Church was the moto. Empire building was not just a secular activity, but became the goal of this new World Church with its royalty. It rose to the exalted heights of not only crowing kings, but also determining much of a nation’s policies.

This worldwide Church not only created holy relics, but also an “authorized version of the holy bible”. Calling this grotesque thing a “translation” of the ancient scriptures would be the utmost travesty of truth. After England separated from the “World Church”, these “protestants” wanted their own “authorized version of the Bible”, so in 1611 the King James Version was born. Even though England had broken from the rule of the Roman Catholic Church, it did not break from the heretical dogma. It retained many rites, rituals, ordinances, customs, observances and beliefs of the “World Church”. The King James Version was “authorized” by the same religious authorities which had been in control since Constantine I. Only the name had changed from Catholicism to Protestantism. Being “born again” did not lose its place as a necessary tenet of the Church which is the main tool used to fill its ranks. Telling people that they will go to hell for ever and ever when they die unless they are “born again” causes the fearful to join up. This threat of an eternal hell lights the fire of the ignorant.

The “born again” term occurs in the following two verses in the King James Version of the Bible. “Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (John 3:3), and “Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.” (John 3:7). Christianism will shout with glee, “There it is. It is right there in the Bible.” These “born again” believers not only do not have a clue about what Jesus is saying, but also they have no clue that there is a difference between the ancient scripture and a ”version” of it. So is “born again” scriptural? This message will answer this question, but for anyone who wants to check this out for themselves, it is not complicated. Only 2 things are required. First is a King James Version of the Bible, and second is either a Strong’s or Young’s Concordance of the Bible. Some may not realize that every word in the King James Bible can be looked up in one of these Concordances, which will give the Hebrew or Greek word that was translated into English. This is a way in which anyone can see for themselves how the Churchkikes have twisted the scriptures for the last 1,700 years. All 45,000 Christian denominations are guilty of this disingenuous handling of the scripture in order to promote their own brand of Christianism, and if this is not bad enough, they constantly jerk a verse out of context and twist it into some ridiculous thing having no resemblance to what the ancient scriptures really say.

It is apparent in John 3:1-13 that the conversation between Nicodemus and Jesus YAHSHUA has nothing to do with “again”, but is about something very different. The word “again” in John 3:3 and 7 is from the Greek word “anothen” which is used only 13 times in the ancient scriptures, but the King James boys had no problem translating it 5 different ways. One of these ways is “from above” which is by far their most common rendering except for the two previously mentioned verses in John. There are hundreds of different English translations of the Bible which continue to perpetuate the mistranslation of “anothen” in John 3:3 and 7. However Robert Young, who published his “Young’s Analytical Concordance of the Bible” in 1879, broke with religious orthodoxy, and dared to correctly translate “anothen” in verses 3 and 7 of the 3rd chapter of John as “from above” in his “Young’s Literal Translation of the Bible” in 1862. The Greek language had a word for “again” that would have been used if what was being said was about something happening “again”, and that is the Greek word ”palin”. It is used 142 times in the ancient Greek text of the New Testament. True fidelity to translation of scripture has never been the intent of Christianism, but fidelity to maintain its religious dogma, called orthodoxy, is their utmost priority. Clerics continuously construct their “better way” tower to heaven by perverting and twisting the scriptures. From these charlatans’ con games comes the “born again” hocus pocus, instead of the earth shattering “born from above” reality.

This is Jesus’ reply to Nicodemus. “Jesus answered and said to him, `Verily, verily, I say to thee, If any one may not be born from above, he is not able to see the reign of God;’” (Young’s Literal Translation of the Bible) The following is John 3:1-3 translated accurately. “THERE was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Judeans: The same came to YAHSHUA by night, and said to him, Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher come from YAHWEH: for no one can do these signs that you do, except YAHWEH be with him. YAHSHUA answered and said to him, Truly, truly, I say to you, Except man be born FROM ABOVE, he cannot know the kingdom of YAHWEH.”

White Adamic man is born from above. Our Spirit comes from God who breathed His Spirit into Adam’s nostrils. We Whites, the descendants of Adam, have that Spirit in us, as well. The other races do not, and that’s why they cannot even see the Kingdom.

I’m not criticizing anyone who has had a genuine religious conviction and/or made a decision about God. However, Scripture teaches that ALL Israel (Whites) shall be saved. If you are not born from above, it is because you are racially impure. The teachings of “Personal Salvation” and “Accepting Christ as your Personal Saviour” is not found in the Bible. Salvation is racial and national. God isn’t married to individuals. God is married to one collective people – the Adamic White race, particularly the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob or the Houses (families and tribes) of Israel.