Bible: Real story

Biblical stories, as they are presented to us today, are in many cases merely a reflection of true history. Although the Bible speaks like a book of books - a book whose content has been unchangeable since its birth, it is confirmed by the fact that its content has been updated several times over the course of time to meet the political needs of its time.

If it is possible to find an earlier edition or, even better, the writings that preceded the very creation of the Bible, it is always a burning place for religious structures. It is always worrying whether our idea will coincide with that of our ancestors.

With a political cut in 382 AC at the Council in Rome it was decided which texts are acceptable and which need to be burned. Those who have not reached the final falsification of history are often deeply spiritual and spiritually transformative. Today's view has much to do with Eastern teachings. Collectively, they are sometimes referred to as gnostic.