posted on May, 28 2013 @ 11:30 AM
I agree that Revelations is a coded document but I think your interpretation is way off the mark. I recommend the theories of Barbara Thiering, an
Australian theologian, who has (in my opinion) demonstrated convincingly that Revelations is an account of the early history of Christianity and the
role played in it by Jesus/Yeshua and his disciples. More than that, she has also shown that the Book of John is the book that Jesus wrote with the
aid of John acting as his amanuensis. Her theories explain, with complete logic, the underlying meanings of Gospel stories such as the story of the
loaves and fishes.
Her work is highly controversial because it blows apart conventional Christian belief systems. Jesus didn't die on the cross, he survived, married
and had children.
Absolutely no-one has presented a reasoned, point by point rebuttal of her work. Either they can't, because she's right or they won't because to
engage with her gives her academic validity and forces consideration of her claims. I predict that her case will seen in time to be so strong that
Jesus will lose his divine status and be seen, as he was, a Jew and a man of his time. A genuine Jewish Messiah (aka Jewish King), the rightful King
of Israel and therefore an implicit threat to Herod, a puppet King placed to rule by the Romans.