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Was Jesus Christ the legendary King Arthur? | The TRUE origins of JESUS CHRIST

 
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It makes NO difference whether he was King Arthur or any one of dozens or hundreds of other people.

The only thing that makes any difference is what the Teaching of Jesus was.

Michael
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And most of Jesus' teachings came from ancient Egyptian sages, and have been copied and repeated down the millenia.

Heck, even the Genesis story is a simple (if garbled) retelling of the Hymn to the Aten, by Pharaoh Akhenaten. This is why Adam and Eve were said to be in the Garden of Eden - it was actually the Garden of Aden or Aten - the garden of Pharaoh Akhenaton's god - which referred to the city of Amarna.



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and the Sumerian history of the Garden of ED.IN far predates and biblical re-writings. I find most christians don't like to study Sumerian or Egyptian history tho :(
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Almost right.

In fact the child of Cleopatra was a girl (born after Caeserion), named Thea Musa Ourania. She was sent to Persia, to be the wife of King Phraates IV. She eventually murdered her husband, married her son, and became queen of Parthia.

But she was eventually exiled from Parthia.

So she ended up on a journey to Syrio-Judaea, in about AD 4, to a place called Betharbra (Bethany), where the royal family were forced to live in a stable for a while. But thier royal Persian heritage was well known, so three of the Persian priesthood, the Magi, came to see the new Persian prince who had been born.

Sound familiar? It should do.


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Good thing Jesus was born abou 6-2 BC, and that there are NO resurrection accounts before the second century, well after Jesus.






Err, the gospels mention the taxation by Quirinus at this time (it was the reason they were on the move). This taxation was in about AD 6.

So the birth of this Jesus-Izas, and the arival of Queen Thea Muse Ourania in Judaeo-Syria, are coincident. And since the history of the latter matches the biblical Nativity so well I would suggest that we have discovered here the origins of the biblical family.

Queen Ourania went on to found Edessa, and the prince of Edessa was called King Izas Manu(el), the same as Jesus was.



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Almost right.

In fact the child of Cleopatra was a girl (born after Caeserion), named Thea Musa Ourania. She was sent to Persia, to be the wife of King Phraates IV. She eventually murdered her husband, married her son, and became queen of Parthia.

But she was eventually exiled from Parthia.

So she ended up on a journey to Syrio-Judaea, in about AD 4, to a place called Betharbra (Bethany), where the royal family were forced to live in a stable for a while. But thier royal Persian heritage was well known, so three of the Persian priesthood, the Magi, came to see the new Persian prince who had been born.

Sound familiar? It should do.


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Good thing Jesus was born abou 6-2 BC, and that there are NO resurrection accounts before the second century, well after Jesus.


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Err, the gospels mention the taxation by Quirinus at this time (it was the reason they were on the move). This taxation was in about AD 6.

So the birth of this Jesus-Izas, and the arival of Queen Thea Muse Ourania in Judaeo-Syria, are coincident. And since the history of the latter matches the biblical Nativity so well I would suggest that we have discovered here the origins of the biblical family.

Queen Ourania went on to found Edessa, and the prince of Edessa was called King Izas Manu(el), the same as Jesus was.



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Almost right.

In fact the child of Cleopatra was a girl (born after Caeserion), named Thea Musa Ourania. She was sent to Persia, to be the wife of King Phraates IV. She eventually murdered her husband, married her son, and became queen of Parthia.

But she was eventually exiled from Parthia.

So she ended up on a journey to Syrio-Judaea, in about AD 4, to a place called Betharbra (Bethany), where the royal family were forced to live in a stable for a while. But thier royal Persian heritage was well known, so three of the Persian priesthood, the Magi, came to see the new Persian prince who had been born.

Sound familiar? It should do.


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Good thing Jesus was born abou 6-2 BC, and that there are NO resurrection accounts before the second century, well after Jesus.


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36354129




Err, the gospels mention the taxation by Quirinus at this time (it was the reason they were on the move). This taxation was in about AD 6.

So the birth of this Jesus-Izas, and the arival of Queen Thea Muse Ourania in Judaeo-Syria, are coincident. And since the history of the latter matches the biblical Nativity so well I would suggest that we have discovered here the origins of the biblical family.

Queen Ourania went on to found Edessa, and the prince of Edessa was called King Izas Manu(el), the same as Jesus was.



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I wish you had a registered account my Greek friend - you'd be getting karma from me big time!

Your input is very interesting!

I've got to leave in a bit but I'm definitely going to be researching this evening.

Thank you. :)
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Thich Nhat Hanh, Being Peace

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or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you;
or speak to the earth, and it will teach you,
or let the fish in the sea inform you." - Job 12:7,8

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This is usually what the conversation degrades to when Christians get cornered with facts...circular logic & demands to know what the opponent believes in order to attack them.

This brings no relevance to the topic and makes little difference. Some believe a big bang, some a Godforce, some a different 'God', whatever, makes no difference.

The fact of this topic remains, the Christian bible is not a novel idea...
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If you dont care to offer an opinion of your opinion, why post here?
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Almost right.

In fact the child of Cleopatra was a girl (born after Caeserion), named Thea Musa Ourania. She was sent to Persia, to be the wife of King Phraates IV. She eventually murdered her husband, married her son, and became queen of Parthia.

But she was eventually exiled from Parthia.

So she ended up on a journey to Syrio-Judaea, in about AD 4, to a place called Betharbra (Bethany), where the royal family were forced to live in a stable for a while. But thier royal Persian heritage was well known, so three of the Persian priesthood, the Magi, came to see the new Persian prince who had been born.

Sound familiar? It should do.


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Good thing Jesus was born abou 6-2 BC, and that there are NO resurrection accounts before the second century, well after Jesus.


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Err, the gospels mention the taxation by Quirinus at this time (it was the reason they were on the move). This taxation was in about AD 6.

So the birth of this Jesus-Izas, and the arival of Queen Thea Muse Ourania in Judaeo-Syria, are coincident. And since the history of the latter matches the biblical Nativity so well I would suggest that we have discovered here the origins of the biblical family.

Queen Ourania went on to found Edessa, and the prince of Edessa was called King Izas Manu(el), the same as Jesus was.



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I wish you had a registered account my Greek friend - you'd be getting karma from me big time!

Your input is very interesting!

I've got to leave in a bit but I'm definitely going to be researching this evening.

Thank you. :)


Quirinius (Cyrenius) was in charge of TWO taxations (census). Look it up, he was specially appointed by Augustus. Luke 2 said 'first' (hebrew word meaning previous).
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If you dont care to offer an opinion of your opinion, why post here?
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Who are you talking to? The quote has my name but I didn't say that.
“If we are peaceful, if we are happy, we can smile and blossom like a flower, and everyone in our family, our entire society, will benefit from our peace.”
Thich Nhat Hanh, Being Peace

"But ask the animals, and they will teach you,
or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you;
or speak to the earth, and it will teach you,
or let the fish in the sea inform you." - Job 12:7,8

"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - Hunter S. Thompson

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It makes NO difference whether he was King Arthur or any one of dozens or hundreds of other people.

The only thing that makes any difference is what the Teaching of Jesus was.

Michael
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And most of Jesus' teachings came from ancient Egyptian sages, and have been copied and repeated down the millenia.

Heck, even the Genesis story is a simple (if garbled) retelling of the Hymn to the Aten, by Pharaoh Akhenaten. This is why Adam and Eve were said to be in the Garden of Eden - it was actually the Garden of Aden or Aten - the garden of Pharaoh Akhenaton's god - which referred to the city of Amarna.



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and the Sumerian history of the Garden of ED.IN far predates and biblical re-writings. I find most christians don't like to study Sumerian or Egyptian history tho :(
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Cite?

There was something called oral tradition which was only needed to be passed through 5 people- Methuselah, Shem, Isaac, Levi, and Amram, or just given to Moses through God, or was in the ark of the covenant as tablets written by the first patriarchs in addition to being given to Moses. Whichever actually happened does not falsify the document that is Genesis or the Bible, and the latest it could have been recorded was 1500 BC during Moses' time, not 5th century BC as wiki claims.
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Who are you talking to? The quote has my name but I didn't say that.
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There was some glitch in the quote, it was whoever you were quoting, the guy from Greece.
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Here's a good reference that cites and explains how Quirinius (Cyrenius) was governor or in charge of the census twice, which reconciles Luke's account with Matthew's.

[link to www.biblestudymanuals.net]
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LOL, they played a DOMINANT role in shaping christianity!!
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True. I feel sometimes it's necessary not to be so direct and 'in your face' about it if you catch my drift. Many are accustomed to bashing the very pagan beliefs/traditions that shaped their very religious beliefs, and if you're too confrontational or up front about the hypocrisy, they cover their ears and run the other way. A smooth & easy approach may be more effective at getting the truth out there.

peace
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Yes, of course :)

The hyprocisy of it all tho, is well, overwhelming!
How I wish people would get off their knees and crack a book from time to time - expand their knowledge base.... learn where their rites and rituals actually came from!!

Kismet

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Good to see you Kismet

hi

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wikipedia.... is not research!!

Take a look at the 'Talk' page of any wikipedia article.... see how the, ah hem, 'editors' duke it out over who is right and who is wrong, and who with seniority gets to have his say on the article page! Truly, it's like a thread on GLP!

Serious researchers do not use wikipedia!
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What were you claiming in the first place? Anything?
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Guy from Greece: 'I don't think you are following the story here.

Jesus himself was the ultimate Sun Worshipper and Pagan, which is why he was identified as the central character in the zodiac (the Sun, or Sun of God). This is also why he was born as a Lamb of God (Aries) but became a Fisher of Men (Pisces) - his entire religion was Solar-Astrological.'

Indeed, thats a story alright. Based on what? If you discount the Bible, and everything stated by every hiostorian that was just mentioned, what are you basing these claims on? Please cite.
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wikipedia.... is not research!!

Take a look at the 'Talk' page of any wikipedia article.... see how the, ah hem, 'editors' duke it out over who is right and who is wrong, and who with seniority gets to have his say on the article page! Truly, it's like a thread on GLP!

Serious researchers do not use wikipedia!
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What were you claiming in the first place? Anything?
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That wikipedia is not research...
Sorry if that wasn't clear enough from my first sentence

Wiki is quoted repeatedly throughout this thread (as a pro or con for an argument), which is ok I guess, if people need to start there, but, even many schools today will not allow wiki material as 'research' material because it's either (a) heavily slanted or (b) completely inaccurate.

If people wish to use references for an argument, doesn't it makes sense that they would use source material?
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It makes NO difference whether he was King Arthur or any one of dozens or hundreds of other people.

The only thing that makes any difference is what the Teaching of Jesus was.

Michael
 Quoting: 4Q529



And most of Jesus' teachings came from ancient Egyptian sages, and have been copied and repeated down the millenia.

Heck, even the Genesis story is a simple (if garbled) retelling of the Hymn to the Aten, by Pharaoh Akhenaten. This is why Adam and Eve were said to be in the Garden of Eden - it was actually the Garden of Aden or Aten - the garden of Pharaoh Akhenaton's god - which referred to the city of Amarna.



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Please cite something.
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wikipedia.... is not research!!

Take a look at the 'Talk' page of any wikipedia article.... see how the, ah hem, 'editors' duke it out over who is right and who is wrong, and who with seniority gets to have his say on the article page! Truly, it's like a thread on GLP!

Serious researchers do not use wikipedia!
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What were you claiming in the first place? Anything?
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That wikipedia is not research...
Sorry if that wasn't clear enough from my first sentence

Wiki is quoted repeatedly throughout this thread (as a pro or con for an argument), which is ok I guess, if people need to start there, but, even many schools today will not allow wiki material as 'research' material because it's either (a) heavily slanted or (b) completely inaccurate.

If people wish to use references for an argument, doesn't it makes sense that they would use source material?
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I mentioned Tacitus, Lucian, Celsus, Thallus, Seutonius, Pliny the younger, all was ignored. Apparently they didnt exist either, or were known by completely different names, like Jesus and Paul the Apostle were...
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Cite?

There was something called oral tradition which was only needed to be passed through 5 people- Methuselah, Shem, Isaac, Levi, and Amram, or just given to Moses through God, or was in the ark of the covenant as tablets written by the first patriarchs in addition to being given to Moses. Whichever actually happened does not falsify the document that is Genesis or the Bible, and the latest it could have been recorded was 1500 BC during Moses' time, not 5th century BC as wiki claims.
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Well, the dating of such text is still very much in question. With the exception of a few fragments in the prophets, no biblical text is contemporaneous with the events it describes, so yes, the oral tradition is heavily relied upon, but when we put these under the microscope, we find that the oldest part of the bible, Genesis 1 thru 6 (which deal with the antediluvian period) was not written down in its present form much before 800 BCE - and that's liberal - Many propose a written date of circa 500 BCE):

The oldest complete record of the text survives in a Greek translation dating to the 4th century CE. Overwhelming archeological, textual and extra-biblical records indicated the book of Genesis was written/altered sometime during the 6th & 5th centuries BCE.

James George Frazer explains that everything that was thought to be unique to the Old Testament was, in fact, derived from Babylon (Delitzsch 1901-2)

J. W. Rogerson, Judith M. Lieu - the Oxford Handbook of Biblical Studies suggests it (the Ot) was composed in post-exilic times

The Hebrew language was not yet in existence during the period in which the book was allegedly written. the Ketav Ivri and the Ketav Ashuri are derived from the Pheonician and Babylonian languages, respectively, which are borrowed languages from people who worshipped other gods. So in what language did Yahweh speak to the Hebrews?

Even the philistines did not arrive in Canaan until circa 1200 BCE, yet they are ascribed in the OT some 300 years earlier? Math just doesn't work here.

How about those camels? Strong evidence suggests that camels were not domesticated during the 2nd millenniun BCE (likely after 1000 BCE in Egypt) yet there they are in Genesis???? (Israel Finkelstein & Neil Asher Silberman) and, Abram was rewarded a camel(by the Pharaoh) for prostituting his half sister/wife? So many OT stories about camels, yet they'd not even been domesticated yet?

How about Kasdim? In Genesis 11, 31 and 15, the Hebrew word "Kasdim" (Chaldee) is used to describe the ancient region of Babylonia - YET, that word was not used to describe ancient Babylonia until the 6th century BCE.

It appears that many, if not all, of the accounts of Abraham's birth and travels were created no earlier than the 6th Century BCE, indicating that the writer(s) was in Babylon during exile or had already returned to Isreal. (Gary Greenberg)

Let's not forget the first King of Israel was Saul (1020BCE-1000BCE) yet Genesis 36 makes a sloppy mess of using "any king".

Another clue to the late composition of the book of Genesis comes in the reference to an Edomite King by the name of Johab Johab's father was Zarah, a king from Bozrah. The ancient city of Bozrah was excavated by archeologists who claim it flourished in the 7th and 6th centuries BCE (excavations by Crystal-M. Bennett)

Thus the traditional picture of Israel’s ‘conquest’ of Canaan has been dramatically revised as a result of archaeological excavation and survey in the hill country. The evidence from Canaanite cities, formerly used to support the conquest theory, no longer works; certain cities named in the conquest narratives—Jericho, Ai, Heshbon, and Arad—were not Late Bronze Age cities. The kingdom of Edom, mentioned as an obstacle to Israel’s migration in Num. 20: 14–21, did not yet exist, as was shown by the excavations of Bennett at Umm el-Biyarah, TaWleh, and Busayra and the surveys of B. McDonald


Another clue which seems to suggest that the passage in question was written in the post exilic period, is that the author, if living within the 7th century would have known that contrary to the account given in Genesis (36:31), there were kings in Israel before there were kings in Edom, and not vice versa, as was errantly claimed by the author of Genesis (see Genesis 36)

Nineveh - listed first and foremost amongst the cities of Babylonia. During the period in which Genesis was traditionally believed to be written, the capital city of Babylon was Asshur, yet there is no mention of this city, instead we see three major cities listed; Nineveh, Rehoboth and Calah.
Genesis 10:11-12 lists the cities of Babylonia as follows;
…Nineveh and the city Rehoboth and Calah.
And Resen between Nineveh and Calah: the same is a great city. The fact that Nineveh is the first mentioned city is of great importance from a literary point of view. It seems to indicate that it was the most significant city, probably the capital. Moreover, in verse 12 it is given first place again over the city of Calah. The issue here is that it did not become the capital city until the 7th century BCE. (Paul J. Achtemeir)

Lud or Lydia - mentioned in Genesis 10 - was unheard of before the 7th Century BCE, so how could a 15th century BCE Israelite author have heard of it?

With regards to the late composition of the book of Genesis, referring to the ‘Oxford Handbook of Biblical Studies’, we are able to establish the probable truth that the book of Genesis was written during and more than likely after the 7th century B.C.E: (Judson Knight, Stacy A McConnell & Lawrence W. Baker)
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I mentioned them - you must have missed my post

wikipedia.... is not research!!

Take a look at the 'Talk' page of any wikipedia article.... see how the, ah hem, 'editors' duke it out over who is right and who is wrong, and who with seniority gets to have his say on the article page! Truly, it's like a thread on GLP!

Serious researchers do not use wikipedia!
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What were you claiming in the first place? Anything?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2183540


That wikipedia is not research...
Sorry if that wasn't clear enough from my first sentence

Wiki is quoted repeatedly throughout this thread (as a pro or con for an argument), which is ok I guess, if people need to start there, but, even many schools today will not allow wiki material as 'research' material because it's either (a) heavily slanted or (b) completely inaccurate.

If people wish to use references for an argument, doesn't it makes sense that they would use source material?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21363812


I mentioned Tacitus, Lucian, Celsus, Thallus, Seutonius, Pliny the younger, all was ignored. Apparently they didnt exist either, or were known by completely different names, like Jesus and Paul the Apostle were...
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“If we are peaceful, if we are happy, we can smile and blossom like a flower, and everyone in our family, our entire society, will benefit from our peace.”
Thich Nhat Hanh, Being Peace

"But ask the animals, and they will teach you,
or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you;
or speak to the earth, and it will teach you,
or let the fish in the sea inform you." - Job 12:7,8

"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - Hunter S. Thompson

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I wish you had a registered account my Greek friend - you'd be getting karma from me big time!

Your input is very interesting!

I've got to leave in a bit but I'm definitely going to be researching this evening.

Thank you. :)
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Actually, I do have an account. I was unaware I could post without logging in.

Anyway, so here I am....


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Quirinius (Cyrenius) was in charge of TWO taxations (census). Look it up, he was specially appointed by Augustus. Luke 2 said 'first' (hebrew word meaning previous).


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Err, Quirinus could not have taxed Judaea while Herod Archelous was Tetrarch, for he had no authority there. However, Archelous was exiled in AD 6, and it was then that Judaea came under the juristiction of Quirinus, the governor of Syria. This is when the biblical taxation happened.

[link to www.livius.org]

If the birth of Jesus was connected to the taxation event, then he must have been born after AD 6. Thus the king who was scared on this new prince's arrival, must have been Tetrarch Herod Antipas - the governor/prince of Galilee and Peraea.


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And most of Jesus' teachings came from ancient Egyptian sages, and have been copied and repeated down the millenia.

Heck, even the Genesis story is a simple (if garbled) retelling of the Hymn to the Aten, by Pharaoh Akhenaten. This is why Adam and Eve were said to be in the Garden of Eden - it was actually the Garden of Aden or Aten - the garden of Pharaoh Akhenaton's god - which referred to the city of Amarna.


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Please cite something.
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Err, this is not really accepted history, even though it is so obvious. The Torah says:

Quote:
Now a river flowed out of Eden to water the Garden (of Eden); and from there it divided and became four branches. Genesis 2:10


There is only one river that runs through a garden and then divides into branches, and that is the Nile.


And Pharaoh Akhenaton's god was called the Aten (or sometimes Aden).
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

And so the formal garden of Akhenaton's god was the Garden of Aden, which the Torah has interpreted as the Garden of Eden.

And the two royal love-birds in this garden were always naked. I refer here, of course, to Akhenaton and Nefertiti. The obvious fact, that the Jews do not wish to admit, is that Adam and Eve were actually Pharaoh Akhenaton and Queen Nefertit.

This is why the Genesis story, is a copy of the Hymn to the Aten.


See the book "Eden in Egypt" for details.


Ralph

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man cannot build his perfect kingdom because love will bring it down. untill the heavenly kingdom as united all under one flag then gods kingdom will be done as on earth as it is in heave ... :)


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Hey Ralph

didn't realize exactly WHO you were until after you logged in!

quite an honour chatting with you :)

question: is it possible that Jesus Bar Abbas - son of the father - was actually Caesaerian?

Oh, and since neither of us can PM, could you email me? (see my signature) I'd LOVE to chat more indepth with you and am wondering what you think of 'Caesar's Messiah'

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Quirinius (Cyrenius) was in charge of TWO taxations (census). Look it up, he was specially appointed by Augustus. Luke 2 said 'first' (hebrew word meaning previous).


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Err, Quirinus could not have taxed Judaea while Herod Archelous was Tetrarch, for he had no authority there. However, Archelous was exiled in AD 6, and it was then that Judaea came under the juristiction of Quirinus, the governor of Syria. This is when the biblical taxation happened.

[link to www.livius.org]

If the birth of Jesus was connected to the taxation event, then he must have been born after AD 6. Thus the king who was scared on this new prince's arrival, must have been Tetrarch Herod Antipas - the governor/prince of Galilee and Peraea.


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When was Herod in charge of a census BC? PLEASE CITE. Augustus appointed Cyrenius/Quirinius to handle the census which was either 6 BC or 2 BC. The census from 8BC was delayed due to Herod's actions. Read this

[link to www.biblestudymanuals.net]
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And most of Jesus' teachings came from ancient Egyptian sages, and have been copied and repeated down the millenia.

Heck, even the Genesis story is a simple (if garbled) retelling of the Hymn to the Aten, by Pharaoh Akhenaten. This is why Adam and Eve were said to be in the Garden of Eden - it was actually the Garden of Aden or Aten - the garden of Pharaoh Akhenaton's god - which referred to the city of Amarna.


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Please cite something.
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Err, this is not really accepted history, even though it is so obvious. The Torah says:

Quote:
Now a river flowed out of Eden to water the Garden (of Eden); and from there it divided and became four branches. Genesis 2:10


There is only one river that runs through a garden and then divides into branches, and that is the Nile.


And Pharaoh Akhenaton's god was called the Aten (or sometimes Aden).
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

And so the formal garden of Akhenaton's god was the Garden of Aden, which the Torah has interpreted as the Garden of Eden.

And the two royal love-birds in this garden were always naked. I refer here, of course, to Akhenaton and Nefertiti. The obvious fact, that the Jews do not wish to admit, is that Adam and Eve were actually Pharaoh Akhenaton and Queen Nefertit.

This is why the Genesis story, is a copy of the Hymn to the Aten.


See the book "Eden in Egypt" for details.


Ralph

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Oh i see, you are just looking at a few common letters in the words 'Eden' and 'Aten', and assuming they are the same. Thats brilliant..Too bad that wiki article doesnt even hint of any connection. Its amazing how you far you reach, for so little.
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Revstargazer: you mentioned Philo, which was explained to you that his book on Pontius was lost. You then claimed Josephus was Jesus, or Paul. You lost any credibility there. I would love to see you break down that list of Tacitus, Seutonius, Thallus, Pliny the younger, Africanus, Lucian, Celsus etc as was mentioned before. Good luck, i wont hold my breath.
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Revstargazer: you mentioned Philo, which was explained to you that his book on Pontius was lost. You then claimed Josephus was Jesus, or Paul. You lost any credibility there. I would love to see you break down that list of Tacitus, Seutonius, Thallus, Pliny the younger, Africanus, Lucian, Celsus etc as was mentioned before. Good luck, i wont hold my breath.
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I'm not here to prove credibility to you or anyone else - nor am I here to argue with Christians about history that is available to anyone to research. I'm here in the search for TRUTH.

So, you'll have to find someone else to pick an argument with to try and prove your beliefs.

Good luck!
“If we are peaceful, if we are happy, we can smile and blossom like a flower, and everyone in our family, our entire society, will benefit from our peace.”
Thich Nhat Hanh, Being Peace

"But ask the animals, and they will teach you,
or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you;
or speak to the earth, and it will teach you,
or let the fish in the sea inform you." - Job 12:7,8

"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - Hunter S. Thompson

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When was Herod in charge of a census BC? PLEASE CITE. Augustus appointed Cyrenius/Quirinius to handle the census which was either 6 BC or 2 BC. The census from 8BC was delayed due to Herod's actions. Read this

[link to www.biblestudymanuals.net]
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I will tell you again. Quirinus did not become governor of Syria until AD 6, and it was at this time that the census was taken. Thereforenthe Herod involved was either the last days of Herod Archelous, or perhaps Herod Antipas.

Firget the Catholic deceit of assuming this was Herod the Gret. It was not - could never have been.


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Hey Ralph


question: is it possible that Jesus Bar Abbas - son of the father - was actually Caesaerian?

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I see a few people have looked at this, but I would disagree. I am convinced that the 'minor' revolt that Jesus was involved in, was the Jewish Revolt of AD 70.

Thus Bar Abbas would have been one of the co-conspirators in the Revolt, one of the princes of Edessa, perhaps even Jesus' son. There may even be a play on words here, for Josephus always called the Edessans 'barbarians' (barbaros).


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Oh i see, you are just looking at a few common letters in the words 'Eden' and 'Aten', and assuming they are the same. Thats brilliant..Too bad that wiki article doesnt even hint of any connection. Its amazing how you far you reach, for so little.
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Regards Eden being in Egypt....


Errr, no. This is not 'a few common letters'.

This is the same place-name, the same geographical location, the same text, the same 'royal couple', with the same name(s), the same dress (or lack of), and the same snake.

Apart from that, there are not too many similarities between Akhenaton' Aden and Adam's Eden .... ;-)


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