June 13, 2015 JayWill7497 Leave a comment
Is it possible that Jesus Christ was an Anunnaki hybrid? From what we’ve seen over and over again, the truth is always hidden under a pile of lies and is twisted and turned upside down until what little truth remains is so obscured that we don’t know what to believe any more.
So who is Jesus?
I find it intriguing that even Jesus’ Facebook page states he’s a FICTIONAL character.
In my viewpoint, I agree with Bill Donahue that Jesus is some guy in Mexico. To my Christian parents, Jesus was a real person relating to the biblical story. Each person is going to have his or her own perceptions of Jesus, so use your own inner truth and discernment. No matter what any one else’s viewpoint may be, the truth is always within.
Some channelers declare to have been in contact with Jesus. This is their truth, so who am I to disagree? What is truth to one person may not be the same to another.
I am not alone in the manifestation of my truth about religion but for many people, a susceptible mentality coupled with cognitive dissonance will over rule logical thought and understanding. The embarrassment of potentially being wrong in their belief systems will also keep them believing in something that may not be true.
When there is a conspiracy, you can typically trace the money to find the root of it. In the case of the tale of Jesus, you can trace the bloodlines.
Astrology was well known amongst every civilization and many understood 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 expected that this messiah would be from their religion. In order to be uncontested amongst their rival religions, one cult made their own messiah scenario and based it on knowledge from 100 years in the past so nobody would be able to contradict their tale. In their own minds, they thought that this would give their story credibility versus the other messiah-like characters who were based on mythology.
In the beginning, their messiah was based on a man named Yeshua ben Yoseph (which translated means “Joshua, son of Joseph”). Yeshua was thought 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 certain messiah cult added supernatural powers to the Yeshua character, based on Mithra, Osiris and Horus. In order to create 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 that point in time, there were several other religious cults competing 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 on a messiah figure who would forgive him of all of his sins through the deaths he was responsible for on his way to being emperor. By the year 312 CE, the Yeshua story had the backing of the Roman Empire, but there were many other Yeshua cults that divided them all. In the year 325 CE, Constantine brought together a conference called the Council of Nicea, which was made up of all of the leaders from the different 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 anointed one. Jesus’ first name is simply the English interpretation of Yeshua, which in Greek, is Iesous.
The Library of Alexandria held all of the Gnostic, philosophy and religious texts from earlier generations. By the end of that specific century, all of these texts were demolished under the protections of emperor Theodosius, so there were no other records to corroborate how the Yeshua account was created into the story of Jesus.
The Jesus fantasy can be summed up by a famous quote:
If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it, and you will even come to believe it yourself.
What is your viewpoint? Leave a comment below!
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