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The Encyclopedia Americana contains the following quote on the J: “The form of ‘J’ was unknown in any alphabet until the 14th century. Either symbol (J,I) used initially generally had the consonantal sound of Y as in year. Gradually, the two symbols (J,l) were differentiated, the J usually acquiring consonantal force and thus becoming regarded as a consonant, and the I becoming a vowel.
It was not until 1630 that the differentiation became general in England.” Note in the original 1611 version of the King James Version of the Bible there was no “J” letter in this Bible for because it did not exist. James was spelled Iames. Jesus was spelled Iesous.
No one wrote about Jesus until many years after his alleged death. Granted that people were illiterate back then but surely, someone could have drawn a picture or two of his alleged miracles.
I mean, really... think about the letter "J". Does anyone think there was a "John" living in the Middle East several thousand years ago?
Does that mean there was no "Jesus"?
It is possible that there was a "Jesus" figure who may have been "Immaculately conceived" through extraterrestrial insemination and intervention with the Virgin Mary, which would explain his supernatural abilities, but still, one must question why no one ever wrote about him while he was allegedly alive, especially after performing all of these miracles.
Perhaps this is the same person that the Meso-Americans referred to as Kulkulcan / Quetzalcoatl. who taught the Maya mathematics, astronomy, agriculture and medicine? Quetzalcoatl was described by the indigenous cultures as having blond hair with blue eyes.
Most likely, Quetzalcoatl was an extraterrestrial who was construed by the Maya as being a "god". Is it possible that Jesus could fall into this category as well? Is it possible that they are the same person?
Jordan Maxwell at the 12:27 marker in the above video: "I don't believe for a moment that Jesus existed as a man. The entire New Testament story is an encoded, symbolic metaphor." Maxwell goes on to show how religion and politics are tied in together with one another.
The Age of Pisces, in astrotheology, was the reign of Jesus. Now that we are entering the Age of Aquarius, Jesus' time has come to an end. This is why we are seeing the collapse of the Roman Catholic Church right now, which fits perfectly into the timeframe from an astrotheological perspective. For those of us who study the stars, this was not surprising at all.
According to Jordan Maxwell’s interpretation of the bible (Luke 22:10), the Age of Pisces ends when the 12 followers asked the apostle Jesus, “Where are we to go when you leave this world?”
Jesus tells his apostles, “Go into the city. You will see a man carrying a pitcher of water. Go into the house of the man with the water pitcher."
The symbol for the Age of Aquarius is of a man carrying a pitcher of water. According to Maxwell, in the ancient world, no man ever carried water. “That was unheard of in the ancient world,” stated Maxwell. “Men don’t carry water. Women would go to the well, women would get the water. Never would a man go to get water. That was a woman’s job.
The last supper was in the Age of Pisces (the two fish) and now we are going to go into the house of the man with the water pitcher.
Each zodiac sign is referred to as a "house". We are now entering the house of the man bearing the water pitcher, the house of Aquarius.
The Age of Pisces is represented by the two fish, which symbolize the reign of Jesus in Pisces as he fed the masses with two fish and a loaf of bread.
The bible follows these houses in direct order. For example, the "golden calf" announced the Age of Taurus while the blowing of the horns announced the Age of Aries, the ram from where the horns came from.
This is also why the bible ends in Revelations because the astrologers who were involved with writing the bible knew that, inevitably, religion (as we know it) would end at this current point in time.
What About God and the Creations Story?
The "god" in the bible is responsible for killing everyone except Noah and his family. The leads to other questions, such as:
How did Noah gather two of every animal from the planet? How did he gather polar bears, penguins and other animals that were not indigenous to where he was from?
If Noah and his family were the only people who survived the "Great Flood" then explain the difference in ethnicity, blood types and Rh values amongst the people on this planet. Did he take two Caucasian, Black, Hispanic, Asian, etc... people with him as well? If he did, why wasn't this explained in the bible?
If Jesus is the "Son of God", then his father, through priests, popes, ministers, etc..., is responsible for millions of deaths from various crusades and inquisitions.
I do believe in an all-loving Creator/Source, just not the bipolar god in the bible who is all loving in one chapter, then kills everyone except for Noah and his family in another.
Why do so many people believe this story?
There's a reason why the bible is the "greatest story ever told". While it was written by man to control man, the bible teaches morality and has good parables. That being said, you don't need a bible to be moral.
If a UFO landed in your backyard, chances are, the ET wouldn't have two things in his possession: a bible or money (which represent religion and government). Think about that one...
We believe in religion because this was engrained in our mentality since birth. In previous generations, people were labeled as heretics and burned at the stake if they did not conform to Christianity. Why did people fall for this cult mentality? How can any person with moral values conform to something that kills others?
Many religious people fall into this trap. If you go to the 10 minute marker of the following video, David Icke explains how we get suckered into subservience and conformity through groupthink.
So who is Jesus?
In my opinion, I agree with Bill Donahue that Jesus is some dude in Mexico. To my Christian parents, Jesus was a real person in accordance to the biblical story. Each person is going to have his or her own impressions of Jesus, so use your own inner truth and discernment. No matter what any one else's opinion may be, the truth is always within.
Some channelers claim to have been in contact with Jesus. This is their truth, so who am I to argue? What is truth to one person may not be the same to another.
I am not alone in the expression of my truth about religion but for many people, a predisposed mentality coupled with cognitive dissonance will over rule logical thought and comprehension. The embarrassment of possibly being wrong in their belief systems will also keep them believing in something that may not be true.
In5D Addendum: When there is a conspiracy, you can usually trace the money to find the root of it. In the case of the story of Jesus, you can trace the bloodlines.
Astrology was well known amongst every civilization and many knew that they were transitioning from a battle-ladened Age of Aries into the upcoming Age of Pisces. A 400 year old prophecy told how a messiah would be born and how he would lead the Hebrews out of persecution. At the time, each religious cult hoped that this messiah would be from their religion. In order to be uncontested amongst their rival religions, one cult created their own messiah story and based it on knowledge from 100 years in the past so nobody would be able to contradict their story. In their own minds, they believed that this would give their story credibility versus the other messiah-like characters who were based on mythology.
Initially, their messiah was based on a man named Yeshua ben Yoseph (which translated means "Joshua, son of Joseph"). Yeshua was believed to have lived approximately 100 years before the creation of Jesus and evaded prosecution by the governing Hebrew body by fleeing to Rome with his wife, Mary Magdalene and their daughter. Over 100 years after Yeshua's death, this particular messiah cult added supernatural powers to the Yeshua character, based on Mithra, Osiris and Horus. In order to make their cult more appealing, they added the belief that Yeshua died for your sins and that all anyone needed to do was to accept him as their messiah.
At this point in time, there were several other religious cults vying for ultimate power. The emperor of this time period, Constantine, fought his way into power through death and deception, so he was eager to bring aboard a messiah figure who would forgive him of all of his sins through the deaths he was responsible for on his way to becoming emperor. By the year 312 CE, the Yeshua story had the backing of the Roman Empire, but there were numerous other Yeshua cults that divided them all. In the year 325 CE, Constantine brought together a meeting called the Council of Nicea, which was comprised of all of the leaders from the various Yeshua cults in order to unify their story into one religion which would rival any other major religon. Yeshua's name was changed to Jesus Christ, with "Christ" meaning the annointed one. Jesus' first name is simply the English translation of Yeshua, which in Greek, is Iesous.
The Library of Alexandria held all of the Gnostic, philosophy and religious texts from previous generations. By the end of that particular century, all of these texts were destroyed under the auspices of emperor Theodosius, so there were no other records to corroborate how the Yeshua story was fabricated into the story of Jesus.
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