Oh boy, we have a Zeitgeist follower. I have the CD's if anyone is interested in having a look.
Did those 12 disciples actually write gospels and travel the land continuing the ministry of Mithra? We have physical evidence of the Christ's apostles.
"The Roman god Mithras was born of a rock near the banks of a river under a sacred tree.[ii] As he came forth from the rock, he grasped a dagger in one hand and a torch in the other, which he used to illumine the depths below (from whence he came). So unless, there is some evidence that springing out of a rock meant the same thing in first century Rome as birth from a human female who had never had sexual intercourse, the first century Roman Mithraic followers did not believe Mithras was born of a virgin. There are no written accounts of the Roman Mystery of Mithras of any substantive nature.[iii]"
"In Franz Cumont’s 1903 account of this story, using the Iranian/Persian sources, he tells us that Mithra (not Mithras) partook of a meal with the sun, Helios, after completing his mission on earth to protect humans against the evil god, Ahriman. “He then ascends to the heavens with the gods. Borne by the Sun on his radiant quadriga, Mithra crossed the Ocean, which sought in vain to engulf him and took up his habitation with the rest of the immortals.”[iv] This is quite a different picture than that of just Jesus ascending to the Father after his resurrection."
"Mithra also never loses an earthly battle and he never dies; he is ever-victorious. The later Roman god, Mithras, was also popularly worshiped amongst the Roman soldiers because of his notoriety for being “invictus.” While there are some noted similarities between the gods, Mitra, Mithra, and Mithras, Mithraic scholars have argued for nearly a century whether or not the Roman version of Mithras is an evolutionary view of the antecedent Iranian/Persian versions.[v] By utilizing all versions of the stories blended together in order to set up a point, Bell did not portray an accurate picture of the historical Roman worship of Mithras."
There is literally no historical account of what you provide, Brian.