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Jesus was a Woman

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posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 11:11 AM
I don't think the physical form has anything to do with Spirit. And I really don't care if Christ Yeshua is real or metaphor, male or female, for the Spirit of Peace and Love shines in the message.

Wisdom 7:22-30

22..In her is a spirit that is intelligent, saintly, unique, manifold, sub­tle, active, concise, pure and lu­cid. It cannot corrupt, loves what is good and nothing can restrain it; 23 it is beneficent, loving humankind, stead­fast, dependable, calm though almighty. It sees everything and pe­netrates all spirits, however intel­ligent, subtle and pure they may be.
24 Wisdom, in fact, surpasses in mo­bility all that moves, and being so pure pervades and permeates all things.
25 She is a breath of the power of God, a pure emanation of the glory of the Almighty; nothing impure can enter her. 26 She is a reflection of eternal light, a spotless mirror of God’s action and an image of his goodness.
27 She is but one, yet Wisdom can do all things and, herself unchanging, she renews all things. She enters holy souls, making them prophets and friends of God, 28 for God loves only those who live with Wisdom.
29 She is indeed more beautiful than the sun and surpasses all the constellations; she outrivals light, 30 for light gives way to night, but evil cannot prevail against Wisdom.
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posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 11:20 AM
reply to post by maryhinge

written likely by a man? in the name of the church. a priest maybe? who intentionally (why would this possibly be hmmmmmm) do not allow women to be priests?




posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 07:28 AM
reply to post by etidorpha

we could debate whether jesus is actually the son of god, or if he indeed has risen from the dead.

But debating his sex seems a little ridiculous...

posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 09:21 AM

Description of Jesus by Publius Lentulus, Governor of Judea, addressed to Tiberius Caesar, Emperor of Rome. Found in an excavated city written in Aramaic, on stone.

THERE lives, at this, time, in Judea, a man of singular virtue, whose name is Jesus Christ, whom the barbarians esteem as a prophet, but his followers love and adore him as the offspring of the immortal God. He calls back the dead from the graves, and heals all sorts of diseases with a word or a touch.

He is a tall man, and well shaped, of an amiable and reverend aspect; his hair of a colour that can hardly be matched, the colour of chestnut full ripe failing in waves about his shoulders. His forehead high, large and imposing; his cheeks without spot or wrinkle, beautiful symmetry; his beard thick and of a colour suitable to his hair, reaching below his chin. His eyes bright blue, clear and serene, look innocent, dignified, manly and mature.

In proportion of body, most perfect and captivating, his hands and arms most delectable to behold.

He rebukes with majesty, counsels with mildness, his whole address, whether in word or deed, being eloquent and grave. No man has seen him laugh, yet his manner is exceedingly pleasant; but he has wept in the presence of men. He is temperate, modest and wise; a man, for his extraordinary beauty and divine perfections, surpassing the children of men in every sense.

Jesus Description

So, A Roman ruler, who actually met Jesus and who was not one of his followers, described Jesus as a tall, good-looking man with a beard. This physical witness had no stake in Jesus, other than to size him up as a potential rabble-rouser. He met him and admired him.

posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 10:15 AM
reply to post by NaturalHealer

Sorry but all this descriptions were written after the fact enhanced by the church, already is been prof that until this day the only real description of a Jesus was erased from history because it didn't fall into the believes of what a son of God is supposed to look like.

The Church created the vision of the Jesus we know today.

BTW the name Jesus Christ is the name adopted after the interpretations of the bible and very much debatable also as until this day Aramaic is still an ancient language difficult to translate from the old testaments that no longer exist written by those that followed the historical accounts of the Hebrews and their relationship with their Gods.

The new testament is nothing but the accounts of the Church when "Christianity was born".

History tells how manipulated all the accounts before and after the birth of Christianity has been due to power and greed of an emerging Religious empire of the Catholic church of the time and their created Icon.

posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 10:17 AM
Reply to post by etidorpha

It doesn't matter what you believe about Jesus.

Mithras saves!

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posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 10:20 AM
reply to post by NaturalHealer

I'm going to call this supposed discovery of a description of Jesus a forgery. I can find no legitimate documentation of this so called discovery, the name of the city in which this supposed text was found, or any archaeological evidence to support this claim.

The letter of Lentulus is regarded as apocryphal[2] for a number of reasons. No Governor of Jerusalem; no Procurator of Judea is known to have been called Lentulus and a Roman governor would not have addressed the Senate in the way represented,[3] but the Deeds of the Divine Augustus list a Publius Lentulus as being elected as a Roman Consul during the reign of Augustus (27 BC-14 AD).[4] Lastly a Roman writer would not have employed the expressions, "prophet of truth", "sons of men" or "Jesus Christ". The former two are Hebrew idioms, the third is taken from the New Testament. The letter, therefore, gives a description of Jesus such as Christian piety conceived him.

Fraud, Hoax, Lies, Apologetic contortions to try to justify a faith!

posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 10:25 AM
reply to post by GreenGlassDoor

Actually if Mithras has taken a different path in history it could have been Mithra what would have been worshiped no Jesus, but as usual many have no clue how history was manipulated in order to accept Christianism, because it was closer to the Jewish messiah expectations.

posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 11:46 PM
reply to post by Baxta54

That might be truer than you think.

posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 01:57 PM
I believe jesus was a man, not a woman. If he was a woman he would have acted differently.

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