posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 03:04 AM
"Without further ado, Pilate prepared a table and he ate with Jesus on the fifth day of the week. And Jesus blessed Pilate and his whole house,"
reads part of the text in translation. Pilate later tells Jesus, "well then, behold, the night has come, rise and withdraw, and when the morning
comes and they accuse me because of you, I shall give them the only son I have so that they can kill him in your place."
Pilate and his wife both have visions that night that show an eagle (representing Jesus) being killed.
In the Coptic and Ethiopian churches, Pilate is regarded as a saint, which explains the sympathetic portrayal in the text.
Jesus was crucified more than once, and one of these was in Egypt . For this to be true, he must have survived the first event. How is this possible?
As the story is told, Joseph and Mary, parents of the babe Jesus, took him almost immediately into Egypt to escape the wrath of King Herod, who
certainly wanted him killed. So the bible places Jesus in Egypt as an infant. He is not seen again until an appearance in Israel as a child, where he
astounds the rabbis with his erudition. We do not see him again until he is 30 (or so it is written.) The lost years were spent in training at the
Mystery School at Giza . The great mystery is called death, and at Giza it was possible to acquire the knowledge to defeat its awesome power.
ALL THE CHARACTERS THAT WAS AROUND AT THE TIME OF JESUS DEATH, WAS ALSO PRESENT DURING THE LIFE OF THE ONE CALLED CESAREAN....