posted on Nov, 23 2012 @ 12:15 AM
if jesus was the last pharaoh (the omega of the alpha and omega), during that time frame, he would've been the heir of the roman empire via his step
father, julius caesar, the heir of the egyptian kingdoms via his mother, cleopatra, and the heir of israel via his lineage from king david. that
would've made him the ruler of the known world. he was a huge target for assassination by any number of groups.
i think the lady in the videos i linked above, has a tendency to leave out pertinent pieces of information. for example, she got the hyksos shepherd
kings in egypt thing correct, but deliberately ignores pharaoh ahmose in favor of tuthmose, thus removing from consideration the actual references to
the expulsion (exodus) of the hyksos from egypt mentioned in the historical accounts of pharaoh ahmose. i've found several other places where she has
done that, so i don't take everything she says as being accurate. best to verify her information, where possible.
i have a theory that cleopatra was always mary, and that she had hebrew relatives in israel she was with when she delivered jesus. later, when it was
clear the romans were going to conquer egypt entirely, she faked her own death and fled back to israel to be with jesus and her other children, who
she had sent there already.
as someone mentioned in one of the many threads i've read on the subject of the masons, it's entirely possible that by saying jesus was a carpenter,
the text really meant to say, mason. that he was from a long line of stone masons, known as the habiru (hebrews). having a working understanding of
stone masonry was a pretty useful thing for pharaohs, who were frequently in the midst of some building project. so it probably said something like
"builder" in the original text and translators thought it meant builder of wood things rather than stone things. this would also explain jesus'
reference to himself as the "stone the builders threw away."
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