OK, thanks for that reassurance. You have read much more of Acharya S's literature than I have, and I was concerned that the labor I went through to hunt down the ancient evidence for Acharya S's claim that Horus was "Lamb of God" may be a process I would have to repeat for very many similar claims that she makes in her literature.
Labor? Just another day in the office with such ancient sources. This is what separates those who are serious about this type of work from those who are not. Maybe this type of work isn't for you? Keep in mind that you yourself did find the source. It was there. Keep
in mind too. Expecting perfect, pristine works isn't always reality with several thousand year old primary sources in languages that haven't been spoken in millennia. Remember, much was destroyed thanks to rampages by the three Abrahamic religions. It's a wonder we anything left at all. It's still happening to this very day:
Nevertheless, despite the lies across the internet, Acharya S does some of the best work around. Those who've seriously studied her work already know that:
"I find myself in full agreement with Acharya S/D.M. Murdock ... I find it undeniable that many of the epic heroes and ancient patriarchs and matriarchs of the Old Testament were personified stars, planets, and constellations..."
- Christ in Egypt: Reviewed by Dr. Robert Price
, Biblical scholar with two relevant Ph.D's
"I can recommend your work whole-heartedly!"
- Dr. Robert Eisenman, James the Brother of Jesus and The New Testament Code, RobertEisenman.com
"I've known people with triple Ph.D's who haven't come close to the scholarship in Who Was Jesus?"
- Pastor David Bruce, M.Div, North Park Seminary, Chicago, HollywoodJesus.com
"Thirty years ago, when in divinity school, I might have had second thoughts about becoming an Episcopal priest if a book like D. M. Murdock's Who Was Jesus? had been available to me."
- Bob Semes, Retired university professor of History and Religion, Founder and Executive Director of The Jefferson Center
"Ms. Murdock is one of only a tiny number of scholars with the richly diverse academic background (and the necessary courage) to adequately address the question of whether Jesus Christ truly existed as a walking-talking figure in first-century Palestine."
- David Mills, Atheist Universe
"...I have found her scholarship, research, knowledge of the original languages, and creative linkages to be breathtaking and highly stimulating."
- Rev. Dr. Jon Burnham, Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Houston, TX
- Peer Review and Scholarly Journal Publications