The Mushroom in Christian Art: The Identity of Jesus in the Development of Christianity

The Mushroom in Christian Art The Identity of Jesus in the Development of Christianity In The Mushroom in Christian Art author John A Rush uses an artistic motif to define the nature of Christian art establish the identity of Jesus and expose the motive for his murder Covering Christ
  • Title: The Mushroom in Christian Art: The Identity of Jesus in the Development of Christianity
  • Author: John Rush Martin W. Ball
  • ISBN: 9781556439605
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • In The Mushroom in Christian Art, author John A Rush uses an artistic motif to define the nature of Christian art, establish the identity of Jesus, and expose the motive for his murder Covering Christian art from 200 CE common era to the present, the author reveals that Jesus, the Teacher of Righteousness mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls, is a personification of the HIn The Mushroom in Christian Art, author John A Rush uses an artistic motif to define the nature of Christian art, establish the identity of Jesus, and expose the motive for his murder Covering Christian art from 200 CE common era to the present, the author reveals that Jesus, the Teacher of Righteousness mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls, is a personification of the Holy Mushroom, Amanita muscaria The mushroom, Rush argues, symbolizes numerous mind altering substances psychoactive mushrooms, cannabis, henbane, and mandrake used by the early, experimentally minded Christian sects.Drawing on primary historical sources, Rush traces the history and face of Jesus as being constructed and codified only after 325 CE The author relates Jesus s life to a mushroom typology, discovering its presence, disguised, in early Christian art In the process, he reveals the ritual nature of the original Christian cults, rites, and rituals, including mushroom use The book authoritatively uncovers Jesus s message of peace, love, and spiritual growth and proposes his murder as a conspiracy by powerful reactionary forces who would replace that message with the oppressive religious political system that endures to this day Rush s use of the mushroom motif as a springboard for challenging mainstream views of Western religious history is both provocative and persuasive.The package includes an informative DVD with 252 striking color images depicting Christian art, with key motifs indicated by the author.
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    1. John Rush Martin W. Ball Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Mushroom in Christian Art: The Identity of Jesus in the Development of Christianity book, this is one of the most wanted John Rush Martin W. Ball author readers around the world.

    2. Mushrooms Mushrooms everywhere I can t say that I agree with the theory Rush is presenting, but the collection of images is remarkably thought provoking Plate 1 13a was particularly striking The book is nothing without the CD of images in support, and so it s disappointing that the quality of these is so poor It seems that photos were taken of printed images in page layout, rather than photographs of the original source image In a few places this makes them practically impossible to decipher An [...]

    3. O the book that could have been.The premise of the book is compelling Rush has assembled a vast array of artistic depictions of mushrooms in Christian art, a truly amazing act of compilation The subject of psychedelic drugs within Christian traditions and art warrants serious scholarly consideration This book, however, lacks scholarly merit almost entirely No Huxley No Upanishads No Wasson And yet he cites himself five times in his own bibliography One has to slog through a dangerous jungle of h [...]

    4. The history of the sacred mushroom is fascinating This book is not Let down by poor quality of images it leaves the reader feeling the author sees mushrooms where they really do not exist.

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