Egyptian Ankh symbol, with a certain 'saviour' on the right.
Cruciforms/Gods on Crosses
How many ancient religions had saviors dying on a cross?
Shu (as in Yeshua)
The stories are similar, not because one was necessarily stolen from another, but because they are all based on personified astrotheology, and thus share common solar, lunar, planetary and stellar themes. This does not mean none of the figures are based to some extent on real people, just that we have been severely misled by religious institutions expecting us to interpret their stories literally when often nought but metaphor is written. Solar religion is neither inherently sinister nor good; it is what it is. Manipulating solar stories and history so that people are force fed what are supposedly literal factual accounts, that is the real crime.
This is how mad it has become - we fight over religous differences when they more often than not share the same sources: 1. The sky, 2. Psychedelic substances (look into it if you don't believe me), 3. Paranormal phenomena, and 4. Human desire to control others' minds. I am not an atheist, let alone a materialist; I would suggest idealism and perhaps pantheism are better explanations of our world anyway. That doesn't mean the Bible should be ignored; it is a fascinating numerological document, for example. More on that to come, definitely.