DISINFORMATION: Santos Bonacci & the “Holy Science”
Santos Bonacci is one of many disinformation agents running around promoting sun worship and the condemnation of Christianity. His work includes an old trick used by the now debunked ‘Zeitgeist’ film, claiming that the Holy Bible is an astro-theological hybrid, a fancy term which means it is a metaphorical story, chronicling the journey our beloved Sun takes along the constellations of our solar system throughout the year.
A website called The Zeitgeist Challenge has, since October 2010, been offering $1000 to anyone who claims they can prove anything mentioned in the entire first part of the first Zeitgeist movie about religion. Nobody has come forward. No other film has claimed such nonsense, but here to revive an old idea, in hopes of appearing credible using a whiteboard and a vivid memory, is Santos Bonacci.
He claims that when we nod our heads to say yes, it is because the sun rises and sets. He claims that anybody whose name starts with “Ra” like Randy, Raphael or Rachel, is in reference to the sun. He believes that the word hour comes from the name Horus, and that when we ask “What hour is it?” (which nobody asks, we ask what time it is) it comes from asking where Horus is in the sky.
FUN FACT: Etymology, the study of the origin of words, tells us that hour comes from the old-french word “hore” which means ‘one-twelfth of a day’, and “hore” comes from the Latin word “hora” which means season or time, and the Greek word “hora” which means any limited time. More on the etymology of the word hour here. It would be worth using that website to look up the rest of his ridiculous claims about the origin of popular words. They are simply not true. I could make up a story linking the word yogurt to yogis and the yo-yo, but the fact is there’s only 26 letters in the alphabet, with only 6 vowels to choose from in most cases. There will be similarities.
Disinformation agents utilize bits of truth to rope the viewer in so that you trust the person giving you the information. Once they have your trust, they insert lies, and many of them, hoping you will not do the background work to verify the claims, because you now trust that you are hearing the truth, leaving you misinformed and chasing down a rabbit hole that leads to no where. These disinformation agents are also called “gatekeepers” by many truth seekers, guarding the real truth from those who search for it using lies and distractions.
You may be wondering how I know Santos Bonacci is a disinformation agent. Other than the fact that he takes truths from Vedic Astrology which comes from Hinduism and mixes them with falsehoods perpetuated by the Zeitgeist films, he cites one of his idols as being Manly P. Hall. This is key. Manly P. Hall was a 33rd degree Freemason, which means he was Luciferian. Whether Satan exists or not is irrelevant. Do you want a Luciferian teaching you what to believe?
The day has come when Fellow Craftsman must know and apply their knowledge. The lost key to their grade is the mastery of emotion , which places the energy of the universe at their disposal. Man can only expect to be entrusted with great power by proving his ability to use it constructively and selflessly. When the Mason learns that the key to the warrior on the block is the proper application of the dynamo of living power, he has learned the mystery of his Craft. The seething energies of Lucifer are in his hands, and before he may step onward and upward, he must prove his ability to properly apply energy. He must follow in the footsteps of his forefather, Tubal-Cain, who with the mighty strength of the war god hammered his sword into a plowshare.
[Manly P. Hall, 33rd Degree, K.T., The Lost Keys of Freemasonry or The Secret of Hiram Abiff , Forward by Reynold E. Blight, 33rd Degree, K.T., Illustrations by J. Augustus Knapp, 32nd Degree, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, Inc., Richmond, Virginia, p. 48; Emphasis Added]
Bonacci quotes other Luciferians in his lectures as well, including Michael Tsarion, who has been debunked. Tsarion is also friends with Jordan Maxwell, who is a Freemason, and an actor who also played Bill Cooper. More on that here, here and here. Bonacci also recommends you read books by Jordan Maxwell. In fact, most of his book recommendations are of an anti-Christian nature that attempts to blame religion for the problems of the world.
Nobody is refuting the fact that organized religion has seen its dark days… but so has organized culture. America, anybody? Do we condemn organized culture too? No, we condemn those who make the choice to kill their fellow man in the name of organized culture, or in the name of God. You cannot blame a thing, just like you cannot have a war on terror, because the battle will never be won and you will get no where. Those of you who “hate” Christianity are not seeing the bigger picture. And the bigger picture is not that you must believe in Jesus, but that hatred toward a thing will not make it go away, it will only cause further division among the people.
I am not a Christian, nor am I religious by any stretch of the imagination, however I do believe in God, and I do believe that when you have faith in a creator you are less apathetic. Studies have shown that people with faith in a creator are less stressed out. The agenda of these disinformation agents, including Santos Bonacci, is clear: Strip people of their faith (especially Christians, it seems) so that they become apathetic, spread Luciferian beliefs and mask them as “new-age” to rope free thinkers and others in to the one-world religion to bring people together for the new world order. I will post an article about how they plan to create this new world order very shortly with the Luciferian agenda included, but for now just know that this man is spreading disinformation as a gatekeeper of the truth.
EDIT: If you want more information, look up sun worship and luciferianism. If you are still a Santos Bonacci fan, have you ever asked yourself the question, “Why does Santos Bonacci care so much about what everyone else thinks about Christianity and astrotheology?” It’s as simple as that. No matter how hard he tries, he can’t prove himself to be correct, he can just talk everyone into believing what he says until they do. And that’s what he’s currently doing. All it takes is some real research on what he’s saying and you will see what I mean.