Archive | July, 2014

Jesus’ Adventure

30 Jul

The scriptures strongly indicate Jesus escaped to Greece. There, it would seem, he joins Lazarus, (his lover), Mary (his mother), Mary (his wife and sister of Martha and Lazarus) the mother of the younger James and Joseph, his sons.

The Vatican archives have recorded Lazarus, Mary and Jesus’ mother the Virgin Mary later go to Ephesus, according to the Greek Church. This was not Mary Magdalene but instead Mary the sister of Martha and Lazarus. Mary Magdalene went a different direction.

Lazarus was in the garden when Jesus was arrested and ran away naked leaving the cloth on the ground when chased because the scripts tell us the authorities were also after him. He also acted out the apparitions as well as the angel in the tomb, along with Peter (Simon Peter). It is written in the scriptures that Lazarus was the disciple Jesus loved. Jesus and Lazarus were lovers as was David and Jonathan in the Old Testament. Jesus was married to Mary, Lazarus’s sister as David was married to Michel, David’s sister.

It cannot be denied the bible has confirmed Jesus’ tomb was empty on the first day as witnessed by Mary Magdalene. Therefore, Jesus did not rise on the third day if his body was gone on the first day. Jesus clearly stated to his disciples when he supposedly appeared to them that he had not yet gone up to his father in heaven. This questions where Jesus was for three days while waiting to appear to his disciples on the third day – perhaps with Joseph.

Vatican records (as well as Gnostic scripts) have revealed that after Jesus’ crucifixion, Mary Magdalene travelled to France by boat. She preached and converted whole French Provinces after which she retired to the Hills and lived out her life for 30 years in Penance. Why after preaching and converting provinces did Mary Magdalene live the remainder of her life in penance?

Perhaps Mary Magdalene was an innocent victim. Maybe she lived with guilt. She chose to live out her life in solitude. Gospels according to Mary Magdalene have been written and these reflect the times of her preaching. Mary Magdalene’s own gospels were considered heretical according to the church. And yet it was Mary’s account of the resurrection which was recorded in the bible. Did Mary Magdalene give birth to Jesus’ child? I don’t think we will ever know. It appears she was a companion of Jesus and a strong leader in her own right.

Research uncovers these New Testament Greek gospels were originally written in Hebrew. Athens was the deity capital of the ancient world and yet in contradiction this was the home of knowledge and Philosophy. This is evident by the teachings of such names as Hippocrates, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, who as documented by recorded history, defied the religious world with their expression of science.

The church claims Jesus’ followers were illiterate and this is why the scriptures were written more than a hundred years later by unknown authors. Jesus made it quite clear in the scriptures he had not come to get respectable people but outcasts. This detail has allowed for the educated to expose the godly activities while at the same time using Jesus as a tool to uncover the fraud in God. It is probably just as well the church people were illiterate because they have promoted the bible ignorant of its contents.

The church through the unknown authors have based their system on the life of a Jesus who was a Rabbi during the first century. Keep in mind the empire was flooded with Messiah’s. Jesus was then elevated to the status of a Messiah using a composite of the collective preachers adding strength to the tale. This particular Jesus may have escaped persecution like many of the Christian followers of that time by escaping to Greece while others crossed the Jordan.

In my thoughts Jesus did not exist in the capacity expressed by the church. And the bible shows a Jesus who contradicts what the church preaches.

Jesus represents the many Jews who were disgruntled and suppressed. This was a composite of the behaviour that represented that period. Chaos dominated the empire until Constantine the Great made Christianity legal in 325. Constantine remained a pagan until on his death bed when he was finally baptized. I have often wondered whether this baptism was done with Constantine’s true approval. Regardless, Constantine did not personally embrace Christianity but instead used it as a tool to control the people.

Solid Biblical Evidence

30 Jul

In my thoughts it is only necessary to produce one piece of solid evidence to prove fraud. In this case the whole story is fraudulent. But let’s narrow it down to unquestionable solid evidences validated by the bible.

• The descendant list in Matthew and Luke do not match. Matthew and Luke do not match the Old Testament to King David.
• Joseph and Jesus are not descendants of David by biblical reference.
• The bible admits that Joseph was the biological father of Jesus.
• The Book of Ezra (Old Testament) speaks of a prophet Zechariah who spoke in the name of God and Zerubbabel son of Shealtiel listened to his message and then commenced building the Temple. Randomly Zechariah was the same name as John the Baptists’ father and Zerubbabel son of Shealtiel were listed in Jesus’ ancestry in both Matthew and Luke and this does not accord to the Old Testament 1 Chronicles of King David’s descendants.
• The star in the sky travelled and stopped over Jesus at his birth. Stars do no travel in this style.
• Jesus was illegitimate because he was born before Mary and Joseph married.
• John the Baptist and Jesus are related.
• Jesus spent 40 days in the desert the same time he attended a wedding.
• Jesus did not come to bring peace but a sword.
• Jesus rejected his family and his home town rejected him.
• Lazarus rose from death before Jesus – after four days. It is recorded in the bible before Jesus went to Lazarus the disciples saying: “Just a short time ago the people there wanted to stone you and you are planning to go back?” this statement alone makes Jesus’ involvement in Lazarus’ death possible.
• The chief priests wanted to kill both Jesus and Lazarus.
• Some Greeks arrived at the festival and asked to speak to Jesus. Jesus did not engage in a conversation with the Greeks but instead Jesus answered ‘the hour has now come for the Son of Man to receive great glory’
• A certain young man, dressed only in linen cloth, was following Jesus. They tried to arrest him, but he ran away naked, leaving the cloth behind’
• Mandrake, a drug capable of simulating death is recorded by name in the Old Testament.
• Jesus died immediately after drinking the mixture of cheap wine. It would seem curious Jesus died from drinking wine.
• Jesus was speared in the side and did not have his legs broken. Spearing in the side would not necessarily have killed Jesus quickly but breaking his legs would have eventually.
• The guards arrived the next day after Jesus died, the tomb was empty on the first day as recorded in the bible.
• Jesus’ tomb was empty on the first day as witnessed by Mary Magdalene. Therefore Jesus’ body was gone before the third day. This clash with the third day of resurrection idea.
• Mary Magdalene did not recognize Jesus in the garden; she thought he was the gardener.
• Thomas the twin was not present when Jesus visited his disciples. Thomas turned up a week later and viewed Jesus’ scars.
• Thomas was a twin. The bible does not define who his twin was.
• In 1978 the Judas Gospels was found, bringing doubt to Judas’ supposed suicide. This has been carbon dated to around 280 CE – obviously a copy of the original.

The above evidence alone, casts doubt to the claims made by the church of Jesus’ identity and his activities.

It is time, after two thousand years, that the biggest illusion is exposed.

Jesus socializes after he supposedly dies Part 2

29 Jul

Jn: after they had eaten, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon son of John, do you love me more than these others do?” “Yes Lord,” he answered. Jesus asked him three times. Jesus said; “when you are old, you will stretch out your hands and someone else will tie you up and take you where you don’t want to go.” (In saying this, Jesus was indicating the way in which Peter would die and bring glory to God.) Then Jesus said to him; “Follow me.”

Understand, these scriptures were written after Peter was supposedly hung upside down by Nero, these are not predictions, nor was there evidence that this was the same Peter or Simon Peter.

Simon son of John is very strongly, John the Baptist because there was no other John mentioned. The characters in all these scriptures are filled with the relatives or lovers of Jesus. These same characters were the players whom Jesus cured, which is why the people recognized them as Jesus’ followers. The people accused Jesus of trickery and this caused him to be a coward, hiding around corners.

Jn: Peter turned around and saw behind him that other disciple, whom Jesus loved, the one who had leaned close to Jesus at the meal and had asked, Lord, who is going to betray you? When Peter saw him, he asked Jesus, “Lord what about this man?” Jesus answered him, “If I want him to live until I come, what is that to you? Follow me.” So a report spread among the followers of Jesus that this disciple would not die. But Jesus did not say he would not die, he said if I want him to live until I come, what is that to you? He is the disciple who spoke of these things. The one who also wrote them down and we know that what he said is true.

Mary Magdalene was not mentioned again after the supposed burial of Jesus. The disciple Jesus loved was a man, that man was Lazarus – who was not named: The meal where the one that leaned close and asked who is going to betray you, was Lazarus because this meal was in his home; before and at the last supper.

As mentioned in Jn 13/21-30 Jesus Predicts His Betrayal; “I am telling you the truth; one of you is going to betray me.” The disciples looked at one another, completely puzzled about whom he meant. One of the disciples, the one whom Jesus loved, was sitting next to Jesus. Simon Peter motioned to him and said ask him whom he is talking about. So the disciple moved closer to Jesus’ side and asked, who is it Lord? Jesus answered, I will dip some bread in the sauce and give it to him; he is the man. So he took a piece of bread, dipped it and gave it to Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot.

Simon Peter motions to the disciple beside Jesus and questions him which means Simon Peter was not sitting beside Jesus. Lazarus was sitting beside Jesus and leans close because he is the one Jesus identifies that he loved in the scriptures. Judas was on the other side of Jesus and received the bread.

This identifies Lazarus wrote this scripture as he was ‘the one who wrote them down.’ Judas was very much alive as the Judas Gospel was written later. The other meal that occurred was the meal mentioned before this event. This was held by Lazarus. Martha served and was joined by Mary with the expensive perfume, using it to prepare Jesus for burial. This very action suggests she was his wife. Judas was present and commented on the value of the perfume. In previous chapters this was also the house of Simon, also known as Simon Peter.

The meal where this plan was prepared was at Lazarus’ house. Lazarus sat with Jesus and leaned close to Jesus because he was his lover. Lazarus along with his family was planning to leave for Greece and Jesus wanted him to live until he came and that was no one else’s business.

King David had his lover Jonathan whom he loved and lost. David was married to Jonathan’s sister Michal and then he married Bathsheba and produced his heir King Solomon. Jesus had his lover Lazarus, and was married to his sister Mary who produced his children the younger James and Joseph.

This will enhance what Leonardo da Vinci did in his painting. It has been suggested that Leonardo has expressed his painting of the Last Supper gave an image of a woman and this relates to Jesus being married. It also identifies the character as being feminine, possibly descriptive of a homosexual. This reflects a dual understanding. Leonardo da Vinci was rumoured as being a homosexual so I don’t think he would have had difficulty indicating a feminine male. I would have thought if the feminine figure beside Jesus was supposed to be Mary Magdalene then she would have been interpreted as a strong woman as in the Mona Lisa. Anyway that is my opinion.

Jn: The conclusion; There are many other things that Jesus did.
(This last line is written in the older versions of the bible)

Jesus socializes after he supposedly dies

28 Jul

Jn: Jesus appeared once more to the disciples; Simon Peter, Thomas, (the twin), Nathanael, the sons of Zebedee and two other disciples. The disciples went fishing and when they returned, they had caught nothing. Jesus was waiting for them and said “throw your nets out on the right side,” and they caught more fish than they could pull in. Jesus said to them; “come and eat.” So Jesus went over, took the bread and gave it to them, he did the same with the fish. This was the third time Jesus appeared to them after he was raised from death.

Does it make you wonder why the bible keeps referring to the other disciples or the disciple he loves without specifying who they are? I think it is petty but then again if there is a cover up or a secret to uncover, then it makes sense.

Note the list of names. Recognize the same names keep appearing. There is one exception and that is Nathanael. It is very obvious that Judas and Lazarus are the two other disciples not named. Judas had fled ahead of Jesus and was very much alive – Hence the Judas Gospels.

This begins to become a total mockery. First Jesus’ body was not in the tomb on the first day and somehow this point has been missed. Secondly how could he rise from the dead on the third day, if there was no body on the first day? Jesus doesn’t rise to heaven but instead was spending time at the earthly level, many weeks after the event. It is being prolonged and prolonged. The final insult is he sits and eats with his bloodied hands, feet and side scar. I often wonder whether the fishing means ‘I’ll teach you to catch men’ (an expression used by Jesus when he first called his disciples) – Because he has certainly caught millions of people.

The ‘Ah Ha’ moment

26 Jul

Jn: It was late that Sunday evening, and the disciples were gathered together behind locked doors, because they were afraid of the Jewish authorities, then Jesus came and stood among them. He showed them his hands and his side, the disciples were filled with joy, so he breathed on them and said; “receive the Holy Spirit.”

In this verse his hands and side was mentioned and yet this was not highlighted when Mary Magdalene supposedly saw Jesus in the garden.


Jn: Thomas (the twin), was not with them when Jesus came so the other disciples told him, “we have seen the Lord.” Thomas said to them; “unless I see the scars of the nails in his hands and put my finger on those scars and my hand in his side, I will not believe.”

There we go; the scriptures confirm that Thomas (the twin) was not with the other disciples. Therefore in my thoughts this confirms that it was Thomas whom Mary Magdalene saw in the garden.

Isn’t it a coincidence that it happened to be Thomas who was not with the disciples when Jesus turned up? And equally isn’t it interesting how Thomas makes a special mention that he must see the scars of the nails in his hands and put his finger on those scars to believe! A point was definitely being made.

Jn: A week later the disciples were together again indoors, and Thomas was with them ‘this time’. Jesus came and stood among them. Then he said to Thomas, “Put your finger here and look at my hands and then reach out your hand and put it in my side. Stop your doubting and believe.” Jesus said to him; “do you believe because you see me? How happy are those who believe without seeing me.”

This is amazing – as it so happens Thomas was not with the disciples when Jesus first appeared to them and yet a week later Thomas was there.

If you refer back to the time when Jesus was going to see Lazarus you will recall Thomas (the twin) made this comment, ‘Let us all go along with the teacher so we may die with him.’ Thomas said this just before they went to Lazarus who had supposedly died and Jesus would raise him from death after four days. This comment by Thomas was out of context and yet it belongs to this final point where it shows that Thomas was going to be Jesus’ stand in at the tomb (as he is Jesus’ twin) while Jesus made his way to Galilee.

The idea that Thomas was Jesus’ twin is not new. This information has been circulating for a long time. The texts found in 1945 called the Nag Hammadi Library included the Gospels of Thomas. In the Gospels of Thomas was ‘The Infancy of Jesus Christ’. Thomas’ account is about Jesus as a child when he was around the age of five. This makes the thought that Thomas was Jesus’ twin brother very possible. If you consider this was written about Jesus in his childhood, means Thomas was there. I am not trying to justify the contents of this gospel but instead suggesting a strong family connection – Thomas and Jesus are twins.

Thomas was not with the disciples when Jesus called on them when he first rose from death. That is because Thomas was at the tomb with Mary Magdalene which was why she did not recognize him as Jesus and thought he was the gardener. This could also be the reason why Thomas did not want her to hold onto him, because he was not Jesus. This also explains why other witnesses did not recognize Jesus either. Therefore this delayed Thomas from seeing Jesus with the other disciples first and had to wait until a week later.

When he did finally see Jesus, he jests with the suggestion that he should see his scars from the nails and his side – a point that Mary Magdalene missed at the grave! He was not ‘doubting’ Thomas; no, no, no – he was ‘boasting’ Thomas.

Out of the entire biblical scam, this amuses me the most. I have no idea how it hasn’t been highlighted before. To me it is blatantly obvious. It is the simplicity of the texts which make it so see through and yet the obvious has been overlooked.

But still there is more.

The Jesus story begins to unravel – Part 3

26 Jul

John continues;

Jn: Mary stood crying outside the tomb. While she was still crying, she bent over and looked in the tomb and saw two angels there dressed in white, sitting where the body of Jesus had been, one at the head and the other at the feet. “Woman, why are you crying?” They asked her; she answered, “They have taken my Lord away, and I do not know where they have put him!” Then she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, but she did not know that it was Jesus. “Woman, why are you crying?” Jesus asked her, “Who are you looking for?” She thought he was the gardener, so she said to him; “if you took him away sir, tell me where you have put him, and I will go and get him.” Jesus said to her, “Mary!” She turned toward him and said in Hebrew, “Rabboni! (This means teacher.)” Do not hold on to me,” Jesus told her, “because I have not yet gone back up to the Father. But go to my brothers and tell them that I am returning to him who is my Father and their Father, my God and their God.” So Mary Magdalene went and told the disciples that she had seen the Lord and related to them what he had told her.

What happened to Simon Peter and Lazarus who before Mary returned had observed the grave cloths?

Let’s join this together because now Mary returns and notices two angels in the tomb. There is no mention of the linen cloths, which was important enough to mention in the previous instance. This script only mentions the two angels sat where Jesus’ head and feet were. Simon Peter and Lazarus had arrived before Mary Magdalene got back to the tomb. There is no mention of them in this verse, as there was no mention of Mary in the previous verse and this is because they ran ahead of her… The two angels were played by Simon Peter and Lazarus, obviously now wearing the linen cloths.

Then a voice from behind makes Mary Magdalene turn, she thinks he is the gardener. If she thought he was the gardener then there was not any evidence of blood or the effect of a man who had been crucified. When he called her name she turned toward him but Jesus prevented her from coming too close. He told her not to hold on to him. He admitted he has not yet Gone which clarifies he was not with God when his body was missing on the first day.

Mary Magdalene then goes and tells the disciples, this is the second time she leaves the tomb to go to the disciples.

Thomas (called the twin, whose twin has not been identified) was the person Mary has witnessed which is why on first look she thought he was the gardener. That is because he had no evidence of a sword through his side, blood, or any sign of suffering from his hands and feet. This is the same as Cleopas who also did not recognize Jesus earlier because there was no sign of blood or scars.

There is no doubt in my mind that Thomas is Jesus’ twin and took Jesus’ place while Jesus made his way to Galilee as he had previously instructed his disciples; this is why Mary Magdalene did not recognize him. Remember Thomas (the twin) was present when Jesus worked the illusion on Lazarus.

This will become clear in the next verses and you will understand why I have no doubt this is Thomas.

Mary Magdalene was mentioned as one of the women following Jesus. Her involvement with the disciples was not mentioned on a close up level. Mary, Martha’s sister was identified with Jesus in a much closer and intimate capacity.

With all the details that could have been used to describe this event the bible makes an effort to mention information that appears on the surface irrelevant and trivial, but on closer examination an interesting picture surfaces with the trivia.

The Jesus story begins to unravel – Part 2

25 Jul

Now for the final version – John:

John: at the Burial of Jesus there were two men Joseph and Nicodemus, who took the body away. He was taken to a tomb, close to the garden where Jesus died. They took with them a mixture of spices, as is the Jewish custom.

Mary Magdalene went to the tomb, and saw the stone had been taken away from the entrance. She went running to Simon Peter and the other disciple whom Jesus loved, and told them. Then Peter and the other disciple went to the tomb. The two of them were running, but the other disciple ran faster than Peter and reached the tomb first. He bent over and saw the linen cloths but did not go in. Behind him came Simon Peter, and he went straight into the tomb. He saw the linen cloths lying there and the cloth which had been around Jesus’ head. It was not lying with the linen cloths but was rolled up by itself. Then the other disciple, who reached the tomb first, also went in, he saw and believed.

In this verse it is only Mary Magdalene who went to the tomb. Mary Magdalene is the only consistent person in all the gospels who was at the cross and at the tomb. When she saw the stone had been removed from the entrance she ran to Simon Peter and the other disciple whom Jesus loved. The name of the disciple that Jesus loved is not named, as at the cross.

This would eliminate Simon Peter since he was separately named from the other person and is in this verse. Jesus in the gospels expressed love for Lazarus, Martha and her sister Mary. This would give the appearance that this disciple is male, so therefore narrows this down to once again being Lazarus. Lazarus was never formally named as a disciple but then neither was Joseph who was called a disciple in the previous gospels when he removed Jesus’ body.

Jesus spent time with Lazarus in the scriptures. It is also highlighted in the scriptures that Lazarus and Jesus were good friends, when Jesus went to Lazarus when he supposedly died.

Therefore it is Simon Peter and Lazarus who were running to the tomb. Lazarus runs faster and reaches the tomb first; he bent over and saw the linen cloths but did not go in. Notice the texts do not mention that Lazarus observed the linen cloth that had been around Jesus’ head – rolled up and separate. Why? This one is easy.

Behind him came Simon Peter who did go in and saw the linen cloths lying there, except the linen cloth that had been around Jesus’ head was separate and rolled up by itself.

Why is this detail important enough to be in the scripture, “rolled up by itself” is only mentioned as observed by Simon Peter and not the other disciple whom Jesus loved, who I have pinned as Lazarus?

Could the reason why the scriptures do not mention that Lazarus (the disciple whom Jesus loved) who got to the tomb first did not see the linen cloth that was rolled up by “itself” was because it was perhaps in his hand?

Consider this; He ran with it rolled up in his hand and he ran faster than Simon Peter. When he arrived at the tomb he threw it in, which is why it was not with the other cloths and why he gives the excuse he did not enter the tomb until Simon Peter arrived. Because, when Lazarus arrived he saw the linen cloths, but when Simon Peter arrived he saw the linen cloths and the ‘other one rolled up by itself’.

In this last part Mary Magdalene’s name is not mentioned as returning with Simon Peter and Lazarus and that is because they ran. Therefore we can assume Mary Magdalene is still behind and comes back to the tomb, after Simon Peter and Lazarus who had ran.
These details are important, so hold this information as you will see it unfold.