The picture above depicts the three wise men presenting gifts to Horus the young, carved in stone.

 The bird-headed man is Thoth, the wisest of them all, according to the Egyptians. The third wise man is depicted sitting down with Horus on his lap. This is significant because Christians claim the story of three wise men as their own, with Jesus in Horus’s place. However, it was the Egyptians who wrote the story of the three wise men presenting gifts thousands of years before the Bible was written. The Bible doesn’t even mention "wise men"; it refers to them as "mages". But before that, the Latin version used "Magi", and before that, the Greek version used "Magoi". This suggests that the story of the three wise men presenting gifts to the anointed one was plagiarized from the Egyptians. The terminology for these wise men keeps changing too, but the original story started with the Egyptians, and the stone carving in the picture above proves it.

The story of the three wise men has been passed down through word of mouth and tradition. Many other similar stories from early cultures continue to be spread by word of mouth today.

As you can see, I am dedicated to uncovering the truth. I have been studying various aspects of different religions for over two decades. The evidence is there, but many are too afraid to address the uncomfortable truths. Yes, there are multiple "elephants in the room", and it's taboo to bring up any of them.

I have listened to all viewpoints. I understand the implications to the religious communities. I have examined all I could find that critiques all religions. I have reviewed all the information available on the History Channel about religion and all archaeologists have to say about religion.

I have thoroughly read Thomas Paine's book, The Age of Reason, twice to fully understand it. This book breaks down both the Old and New Testaments, highlighting the many contradictions.

I have also watched documentaries by Hitchens and Dawkins. They reached the same conclusions, which I agree with after much thought and research. However, no one has brought it all together to criticize the most important aspects until now.

I continue to follow the news, archaeologists, and the History Channel, and I haven't found anything that disproves my findings. In fact, the news, archaeology, and the History Channel keep providing more evidence supporting my theories. What you read here will eventually become mainstream, so here's your chance to be ahead of the curve by reading it now.

In order to stop all religions, one must understand their origins. Once you know where religion came from, how it started, and how it spread, you can see how to stop it. Simply understanding the truth about religion should awaken people to reality. However, explaining it just right, considering different perspectives, feelings, and beliefs, is challenging.

The main goal of this website is to present the truth in a way that everyone, including the religious, can understand and hopefully respond positively to, perhaps even moving forward peacefully without religion in their lives. Remember, I am just the messenger; all this information has been available. I have simply spent 2 decades researching it, and this is the conclusion I have reached. 

I believe in honesty in the name of science. In scientific endeavors, it is of utmost importance to be unbiased and honest with experimental results in order to reach a conclusion that the entire scientific community can agree upon. Therefore, I swear in the name of science that, to the best of my knowledge, this website presents the real truth about religion. I try my best to cite my sources so that everyone can verify my research. I encourage you to do your own research; it will help provide closure and build trust in the message I am trying to convey.

I fully understand that religious teachings condition people to ignore and deny the truth, but that doesn't mean reading this cannot spark an epiphany. The entire concept of religion is one big ancient misunderstanding. No one is in trouble; it's simply a mistake we must peacefully resolve and move forward from together.

This website allows you to sort out reality by uncovering the truth about religion, all in one place, and with added insight. I also present pictures that highlight things I haven't seen pointed out elsewhere.

I connect several major stories across religions that, until now, have gone unnoticed. You can be among the first to witness this. I also used AI to fact-check this entire website, and it confirmed the similarities. The AI even found a couple of similarities I hadn't noticed, which I've included on this website. The sequence of these similarities, following the timeline of when each religion was founded, provides evidence of plagiarism. Thus, focusing on the dates of these similarities is crucial.

Remember, my goal is to help the world transition to an age of reason and to foster real peace. Religion has been dividing us for 6,000 years. I want to unite the world.

If you're religious and reading this, and you've made it this far, please continue. I believe that religious people are good people; all people are naturally good deep down, and we don't need religion to be good, civilized individuals. Consider this a test of your faith: if you can scrutinize all these religions and still maintain your faith, you've passed your test. You'll realize that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Below, you'll discover the unvarnished truth about religion, clearer than ever before. I hope I have your undivided attention now. This is happening; prepare to see the truth in a whole new light.

Make sure to examine the evidence photos in the gallery. After reading through the site, revisit them; their meaning will be much clearer.

The image below is a snapshot from Egyptian myths, providing evidence that the end-time story was plagiarized from the Egyptians. Christians refer to it as the rapture, even though the word "rapture" doesn't appear in the Bible. It seems to be a mistranslation from Latin to English that has now become a trigger word exploited by con men. The fear stirred by the word "rapture" prompts many to donate to a fabricated afterlife.

I read a news report where interviewees who fully believed in the rapture confessed they'd woken up, couldn't find their families, and panicked, thinking their families had been taken up to heaven and they'd been left behind due to some misdeed. They feared they would never see their loved ones again. In reality, their families had briefly gone to the store, returning to find their loved one losing their mind. That's religion for you. Victims of this common trauma report PTSD, sadness, depression, and anxiety. Many admitted to leaving their religion because the trauma was so intense.

These individuals lived in fear that the rapture could occur at any moment. They played games about the rapture as children, watched movies dramatizing it, and increasingly stressed about it. It's time to end the anxiety this lie has caused.