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posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 08:04 AM
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Actually, I'm part Sioux...



Thats why Pontius Pilate had him crucified..Pontius was a white man envious of the following of a black messiah..the living seed of Annunaqui.


Pontius didn't want to kill Jesus, nor did he want him crucified. This was done to please the Jewish church elders who saw Jesus as a usurper of the faith, and was agreed to, to maintain the peace in the Roman territory.

As shown above, the Egyptians (and many of those in the bible) were neither black nor white, but of various Middle Eastern descent...caucasoid, but tanned due to constant exposure to the desert. Not sure where you're getting the large lips from, except in depictions of Nubians, and you are ignoring the straight black hair vs. curly, in both men and women...


As another mentioned...what difference does it make anyway? Color only becomes an issue when one actively decides to make it one....




posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 08:26 AM
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Jesus was a jew, but yet he was from the former palestine. So you know all those so called "crazed, immoral, jealous of our freedom, terrorists" you see on your tv every night. Jesus looked like one of them.


By the way the bit in the quotation marks are put in a heavily sarcastic tone, for people who didnt realize.



posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 08:34 AM
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Originally posted by maathotep
Pontius was a white man envious of the following of a black messiah..

Christ wasn't black. He was Jewish. Look at the people from that
part of the world. That's what he looked like. Mary, Joseph, and
Jesus spent some time in Egypt, but they were not from there.
They went into Egypt and then a few years later came out of
Egypt. That's all.



posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 10:23 AM
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Originally posted by maathotep
Does anyone agree that most of the people spoken of in the bible are blacks predominantly,

No. While the languages of the bible tend tobe semetic, and the semetic languages are part of the larger african family of languages, there is no reason to think that people in the bible, Old or New testament, were black. undoubtedly, there were ethiops involved. But I think it unlikley that west african blacks were involved.


and that the white man's history books have failed to convey race properly. Anytime you speak of great people in history books they are white

I don't know what history book's you've been reading but that has not been my experience.

And is it not true that the writings on the walls in Egypt have more dark skinned, big nose, big lipped people than "pale" or white colored people.

The Egyptians allways represented themselves as different from the generally agreed upon as 'blac' people of Kush and the 'pale' peoples of the levant and mediterranean.


Jesus was referred to many times in the bible as being black.

I find it very unlikely that a descendant of the house of david in a region of semitic peoples is going to just happen to look like a black guy. I am sure that jesus looked like any other of the jews and peoples living in the area.


What would happen if Jesus came today...( He would be detained and tortured and called a cult leader)

And? He would be a dangerous person, talking about overthrowing the ruling authorities, starting wars, convincing people thta its Doomsday, trying to establish his own kingdom. You'd be calling for his death too.


Pontius was a white man envious of the following of a black messiahp

The onjly source we have seems to indicate that Pilate was ambivalent about christ.


..ancient egyptians even have drawings of spaceships on the walls.

You are talking about the Byblos Palimpset? This does not lend much credence to your other claims about egyptian portraiture.


I just cant believe that a lot of my people cant accept evidence that on any other subject would be considered a no-brainer.

Jesus is perhaps described as being dark skinned and having nappy hair. Its narrow minded to think that that makes him black. THe world is full of diversity, and there is a much wider range of physical types than the small portion represented in America.



posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 11:15 AM
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ancient egyptians even have drawings of spaceships on the walls


I missed that... The heiroglyphics you're referring to were photoshopped, there are a few threads here that go into it, and show both the original, and PS'd version, as well as some excellent commentary by our resident anthropoligist, Byrd...



posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 12:19 PM
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It wasn't entirely photoshopped tho, the photoshopping 'tweaked' it a little. The real issue was that it was a palmipset, or somesuch. Meaning, there was one set of glyphs that had a coherent message. That was plastered over, and another different set of gylphs was put down. Then the plaster broke, crumbled, what have you. And the result is whats seen now, overlapping glyphs. But they can be shonw to be composed of two seperate glyphs that have their own messages.

But, outside of that, the 'spaceships' are the millenium falcon from star wars! Of course its a problem!



posted on Mar, 10 2005 @ 12:26 PM
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If Jesus was Krishna, then he was blue



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