posted on Feb, 24 2008 @ 01:53 PM
One of the pieces to the puzzle that never gets much attention, if any, is that Joseph descends directly out of King Soloman's line through his son
Roboam. Interestingly enough, it is also Roboam, who according to the Key of Soloman was the son entrusted to make sure the Key was buried with
Soloman. Now, if you've ever seen the Key of Soloman which you can see here: www.esotericarchives.com...
you'll notice that it definately is "magic" based. Or at least based on what Christians now condemn as being magic. It's odd that the such a
biblical icon such as Soloman was very specifically engaged in "magic" and now, somehow that gets turned into something of the devil. *shrugs*
Anyhow...it is not unthinkable that Soloman's teachings along with his Key were passed to Roboam who in turn passed it on down the line. This would
certainly create a plausible debate on whether or not Joseph was just some meek carpenter or if he played a much larger role in his son's (Jesus)
childhood development, along with Jesus having many of the abilities that he did possess. Of course, such a historical path, if it were to be true,
does not fit well within the typical Christian story of Jesus. The line of Jesus back to King David, typically takes the path of Mary, his mother
whose lineage traces back to Mattatha, son of King David. However, it is most important to note, that God favoured the Soloman, not Mattatha as the
one to ascend to King. So it is interesting, that Christianity would embrace the line coming through Mary rather than God's perferred line of
Soloman which then comes through in Joseph.
It is also worthy to mention that the Key of Soloman is the foundation of virtually every pagan religion. You can find many of the practices and
ritual tools mentioned in the Key of Soloman still being used and practiced today even though the circles being drawn might not be quite so intricate
as a double circle combined with all of the markings. So, an individual who refers to Jesus as being a pagan, might not really be that far off of the
So, yes, in my opinion, Jesus was a magnificent magician. But I am also of the opinion that his being a magician or pagan or whatever term you wish
to apply to him, does not make him false nor negate his message in any way.