Monday, 26 December 2016

Mike Rivero on Jesus


Yeshua in English is actually Joshua. The name "Jesus" is an artifact of translating Aramaic into Greek, and then from Greek into Latin. Joshua was heir to the House of David. His patriarchal lineage is given in the New Testament.

Contrary to the myth crafted at the Council of Nicaea, Joshua's family was quite rich. Joseph is described as a "Man of craft", meaning wise and educated, but this was mistranslated (probably deliberately) into "Carpenter" as the Romans were crafting Christianity to appeal to poor people. But the reality is that Joshua, as heir to the House of David, was well off, allowing him the luxury of education at the temple and travel to Egypt during the "missing" years.

Joshua's wife, Mary Magdalene, was a princess of the House of Benjamin, and their marriage was a dynastic pairing that gave Joshua a legitimate claim to the throne of Judea. His "ministry" was about undermining the power of both the Roman civil authority and the Sanhedrin, which had sided with Roman rule. Relying on the power of myths, Joshua staged events that "proved" he was the promised Messiah, then tried to seize the throne. He failed, and was crucified for treason against Rome.

But crucifixion takes a week, and Joshua was taken down from the cross still alive. The New Testament reports that Pilate wondered why Joshua "died" so quickly but was discouraged from asking questions by his wife, who may have been one of Joshua's many female supporters. Joshua fled to India where he taught a Christian-like religion and lived to a ripe old age. He is buried in Srinagar.

Meanwhile, Joshua's wife, Mary, fled to the Jewish enclave in the South of France, gave birth to their daughter Sarah, and continued the Christian church as Joshua had intended, which eventually gave rise to the Cathars. The family eventually intermarried with the Sicambrian Franks, giving rise to the Merovingian kings.
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Text taken from Whatreallyhappened.com on 23rd December, 2016.

 [Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, December 26th, 2016.]

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