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originally posted by: SulfurMercurySalt
Ive studied a bit in these avenues and always wind up in France and Nazi occult business !! I’m familiar with Dr J. Pharrell’s work ! Anyone else have info or a theory ? I personally believe the trinitarian god head has Egyptian origins just as Hermès Trismagistus through Aeonic decent from Amon Jupiter ( god of all gods)
originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: SulfurMercurySalt
This is a blasphemous theory based on lies and the wish to remove Christ from being the messiah by those whom are anti Christ in there belief's.
Turn away from it, Christ is not a mythical figure despite the opinion's of atheists and others but he is very real indeed.
Christ did spend time in Egypt as a small child, this was after Herod ordered the massacre of the infant's and an angel came to Joseph in his sleep urging him to rise quickly and to take the child and his mother and flee to Egypt until such time as the Angel came again to him to tell him that it was safe to return which of course was when Herod had died.
originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: bobs_uruncle
Someone need's to study biblical history a bit there I think.
Herod the Great was succeeded by his son Herod Archelaus until Emperor Augustus finally formerly incorporated it into the territory of Rome as a formal province with a governor so the puppet king they had formerly used (whom was actually an Arab) was no longer needed.
The first of the Herods is often known as “Herod the Great” and is the one who sought to kill Jesus in Matthew 2 by slaughtering all the infant boys. This Herod also tried to enlist the wise men to reveal the whereabouts of the baby Jesus. According to Jewish historians, this first Herod, also called Herod the Ascalonite, was the son of Antipater, a friend and deputy of King Hyrcanus. He was made king in the room of Hyrcanus his master by the senate of Rome.
The son of Herod the Great was Herod Antipas (or Antipater), who was referred to as Herod the tetrarch (Matthew 14:1; Luke 3:1). The word tetrarch signifies that one who governs a fourth part of a kingdom. His father Herod the Great divided his large kingdom into four parts and bequeathed them to his sons, an action confirmed by the Roman senate. This Herod Antipas was tetrarch of Galilee, the part of the kingdom assigned to him. He is the one Jesus was sent to during His trials and eventual crucifixion (Luke 23). This same Herod Antipas was the Herod who had John the Baptist murdered (Matthew 14).
originally posted by: Duderino
Isn't the better question - did the Templars have proof of Christ's existence? Period.
Having any sort of proof at all would be so profound in itself. Since nobody has ever seen or heard of any such proof, I find it pointless to ask questions whether anyone had proof of specific regions.
Am I being too logical?
I’m not saying god can’t do anything it feels like doing if you have faith, and this causes the issue ! I’m not arguing faith ! I’m wanting to remove faith and divinity , and just present facts