I started noticing that the basic Christian interpretation of these ancient stories written by what were basically pagans, the Gnostics and the Essenes, were way way off from what the book actually says. It’s a book about the sun, the solstices and equinoxes, astronomy, astrology, and shamanism. With no understanding, knowledge, or gnosis of these things, it’s impossible to understand what these stories are really about. Therefore do you Christians believe that by having blind faith in the wrong thing you’re going to get some magical key to some mystical pie in the sky? You’ve been conned, but only because you wanted to be conned.