posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 08:17 PM
Could it be that witnesses had to die and books had to be written against living testimonies?
What if Jesus was not the one crucified?
As a German scholar's book asserts (Holger Kersten download
. His theory
was that either he was drugged and taken down the cross early enough to survive or that it was not even him. I think the latter is more likely...
It took the founders of the church this much time to use his sayings, stories and certain habits of his disciples to form the magical sacrificial
religion founded really not on his teachings but on a crude reinterpretation of Egyptian-Hebraic archetypes (blood of the lamb etc.). Question is why?
Well, I have no doubt that the result was the salvaging some of the Roman Empire's former world power into the new world of barbarians - who all went
to Latin mass later (or Greek in the Byzantine part). Various heretics questioned the official story many times, that is how the Inquisition began a
thousand years later. Perhaps the result was the actual goal of some religious politicians at the time, who could foresee the falling apart of the
Empire long ago, with its insufferable debts, lack of moral standards and rituals, its crazy rulers and its sheer size, using one of the most popular
underground occult movement of the times.
While best-sellers were produced in Greek about Jesus, heavily edited to allow a certain synthesis between the Greco-Roman world and some aspects of
Jewish religion, he may have been busy healing people in Kashmir, having a long life - and some say his descendants and his common-law wife migrated
to Southern France... Who knows...