a reply to: Peeple
a reply to: Peeple
Basically what they found was interpreted to mean holy grail, but it really was a sceptre, which is an ancient term meaning staff of all generations,
the holy implantation of Melchizedek, the Righteous Priest-King. It is basically the uncovering of the Law of the ancient prophets of old, which were
termed Essene in the time of Jesus. The term Essene is widely argued about, but the correction transliteration of the term meaning Healer or
90 % of the Dead Sea Scrolls are not Essene scriptures.
Some of the Nag Hammadi texts are Essene in origin, but they are ALL forged.
Now I tell you, why would a knight be a vegetarian? In finding the true Nazarene scriptures, they discovered that it was a necessity of the teachings
of Christ to not eat meat. Literally, we are condemned for eating meat. But even many decades before the council of Nicea those parts of the true
Nazarene gospel were taken out of the scripture, in our Greek handed down versions of the gospels.
In the beginning of the church, Paul went about preaching his letters, these same exact letters Peter claimed to be forged and falsified. Upon
examination of the secret Nazarene scriptures, it can be proven that Paul took the original doctrines and forged them. The Essene teachings were
removed from history on these multiple levels. The Knights Templar were a group who discovered the correct doctrines and history of the Essene Savior
mentioned throughout the Dead Sea Scrolls:
The sceptre shall [no]t depart from the tribe of Judah.
While Israel has the dominion there [will not] be cut off someone who sits
on the throne of David. For «the staff» is the covenant of royalty, 3 [and the
thou]sands of Israel are «the standards ».
Until the messiah of righteousness comes, the branch of David (NAZARENE)
For to him and to his descendants has been
given the covenant of the kingship of his people for everlasting generations,
which he observed […] the Law with the men of the Community (VERY FIRST CHURCH)
for […] it is the assembly of the men of (12 APOSTLES)
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