In the Bible, every revolutionary was killed, discredited, or cast down. If relinquished from associated stigma and interpreted as literary fiction, rather than religious text, the Bible is filled with subtle metaphors. Lucifer is a metaphor for the first and ultimate revolutionary. As an angel (a solider) Lucifer was a part of the establishment (Kingdom of Heaven), but decided he wanted to be self-sufficient and not ruled by the establishment. He was cast out of the establishment along with his followers and made to be the lowest life form on earth, a snake. Jesus was revolutionary for his refusal to accept the authority of the pharisees, sachets, and Emperor of Rome. He proclaimed to be the son of God, which was a revolutionary thought. For his acts, Jesus was crucified. All persons or entities who rose against or defied the establishment in the Bible, were dealt with. Questioning the establishment is deemed “blasphemy”, the only ‘sin’ God will not forgive. Who wrote the bible?