Jesus says “in the volume of the book it is written of me” that G-d prepared the body of Jesus to be a human sacrifice for the forgiveness of sins in replacement of the animal sacrificial atonement laws. That G-d would accept a human sacrifice for the sins of mankind since He no longer wanted or would accept animals.

There is not a known book where this was written and certainly no book in the Jewish Bible. Man may offer human sacrifices to G-d and to Gods for different reasons such as fertility, long life and bountiful crops but the G-d of creation does not offer human sacrifices to man or accept human sacrifices from men.

For any reason. And certainly not to abolish His own laws for mankind. Laws which include a commandment of not sacrificing your children He gave to a primitive people through His prophet. Laws which are for man to live a good life. It is barbaric and an affront to G-d to believe that He sacrificed a human being for any reason or that He would accept a human sacrifice. For any reason.

Keith Ellis McCarty, Esquire


From Wikipedia: Aztec sacrifice
Main article: Human sacrifice in Aztec culture

For millennia, the practice of human sacrifice was widespread in Mesoamerican and South American cultures. It was a theme in the Olmec religion, which thrived between 1200 BC and 400 BC and among the Maya. Human sacrifice was a very complex ritual. Every sacrifice had to be meticulously planned from the type of victim to specific ceremony needed for the god. The sacrificial victims were usually warriors but sometimes slaves, depending upon the god and needed ritual. The higher the rank of the warrior the better he is looked at as a sacrifice. The victim(s) would then take on the persona of the god he was to be sacrificed for. The victim(s) would be housed, fed, and dressed accordingly. This process could last up to a year. When the sacrificial day arrived, the victim(s) would participate in the specific…

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