You have an unverified mish mash collection of ancient myths that any serious scholar can see are borrowed from other older unproven myths and use it as a solid base from which to prove your points.<quoted text>
Why is that a fatal mistake?
The Christ is borrowed from Mithras plus a few others, Christmas and Easter come from older Paganism.
When one culture meets another, their social customs and traditions mix to form a slightly new culture that most consider the best of both. Look at America, our ancestors came here from all sorts of places (my own heritage is German, Irish, Italian, British and Dutch...IOW Heinz 57) and learned to mix and mingle. Religion has also mixed and mingled down through the years.
The Puritans, Shakers and other various cults didn't fare so well. The Catholic Church has held it's own....so far. The Protestants are still with us and all are arguing with each other....all of this from one book.....hmmmm, a good souce? I think not.
Let's face it, if this was Saudi Arabia, you would be quoting the Koran. Now, tell me why your flavor of kool-aid is any better/worse than any other.