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'Jesus was Caesar': New book by Philosopher and Linguist Francesco Carotta

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posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 04:56 PM
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What I find interesting was their ability to weave into the story scriptures that were already written. But other scriptures were not. Artistic license, got to love it.




posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by adjensen
The person of Jesus Christ is best documented in the only texts written about him by people who were contemporaneous to him -- the New Testament of the Christian Bible.


From what original texts and authenticated authors may I ask?


If one doesn't like the Christ who is presented in that work, then they should find someone else to follow, rather than inventing an "alternative Jesus" who better fits their expectations, but who cannot possibly have existed.


Oh I get it. Jesus! Love Mine or Leave Him.

Real Xhsatinlike.



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 03:35 PM
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Google Joseph Atwill



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 04:27 PM
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March 15 44 AD was Adar 26 in the Hebrew calendar.

Jesus died Nisan 14 preparation day for Passover which was always Nisan 15 and at the time of a full moon.

The year Jesus died was most likely 33AD by historical, astronomical and physical data.



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 02:53 PM
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Originally posted by TheOd
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Google Joseph Atwill


Thank you. Looks very interesting. Atwill is essentially saying that the Flavian family created Jesus and the gospels. Comparison of the gospels with Josepheus' Wars of the Jews show the parallels in a satirical form.

Might be a little hard to wrap my head around.



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 03:08 PM
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Look at old calpurnius piso roman coins. The family name is connected with horse. They are connected with the Merovingians. They are related to a legendary sea horse the quinataur. King clovis was buried with a horses head.. They were both connected to the Spartans and the benjamite tribes and Troy. Hence the trojan Horse. The night templars symbol was two men and a horse, I am convinced its all connected in a convoluted way.



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 03:34 PM
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n 496, the Church had pledged itself in perpetuity to the Merovingian bloodline. In sanctioning the assassination of Dagobert, in devising the ceremonies of coronation and anointment, in endorsing Pepin’s claim to the throne, it had betrayed its pact to support the Merovingians.However, Pepin married a Merovingian princess, as did Charlemagne. But what of Dagobert’s infant son? He seems to have been salvaged by one of his sisters, arrived in the Languedoc in 681, inherited titles from his mother’s side of the family, and perpetutated his lineage. And by 886 one branch of that lineage is said to have culminated in a certain Bernard Plantavelu, whose son became the first duke of Aquitaine. And through this bloodline, it is ultimately supposed to have culminated in the person of Godfroi de Bouillon, Duke of Lorraine, and leader of the First Crusade, who retook Jerusalem in 1099.In mythology, Godfroi de Bouillon was a grandson of the Grail prince Lohengrin, the “Swan Knight” who lived in the Grail castle at Munsalvaesche, also sometimes called Helias (implying solar implications). Lohengrin had gone to aid a lady desperately in need of a champion. She is said in the mythic story to have been either the duchess of Brabant or the duchess of Bouillon. After defeating her persecutor, he married the lady, on the condition that she never ask him about his ancestry or origins. She held out for some years but finally asked the forbidden question, and Lohengrin sadly departed in his swan-drawn boat, leaving behind an infant child who was either the father or the grandfather of Godfroi de Bouillo



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 04:49 PM
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The founding of Rome can be investigated through archaeology, but traditional stories handed down by the ancient Romans themselves explain the earliest history of their city in terms of legend and myth. The most familiar of these myths, and perhaps the most famous of all Roman myths, is the story of Romulus and Remus, the twins who were suckled by a she-wolf.[1] This story had to be reconciled with a dual tradition, set earlier in time, that had the Trojan refugee Aeneas escaped to Italy and founded the line of Romans through his son Iulus, the namesake of theJulio-Claudian dynasty.
IlluminatI
The Piso family claimed descend from Calpus who they said was the son of Numa Pompilius the successor to Romulus the founder of Rome (wolf or lucus )Some ancient sources as well as modern etymologists derive the word "from a letting in of light" (a lucendo); that is, the lucus was the clearing encompassed by trees.[7] The Old High German cognate lôh also means "clearing, holy grove." Lucus appears to have been understood in this sense in early medieval literature; until the 10th century, it is regularly translated into OHG as harug, a word never used for the secular silva.[8] Servius, however, somewhat perversely says that a lucus is so called because non luceat, "it is not illuminated," perhaps implying that a proper sacred grove hosted only legitimate daytime ceremonies and not dubious nocturnal rites that required torchlight
Trojan horse- Jesus
The Jewish historian Flavius Josephus also relates in his Antiquities of the Jews that Herod killed John, stating that he did so, "lest the great influence John had over the people might put it into his [John's] power and inclination to raise a rebellion, (for they seemed ready to do any thing he should advise), [
When the daughter asked her mother what she should request, she was told to ask for the head of John the Baptist on a platter.
Herod the Great (King Herod), was his (Arrius Piso's) great-great grandfather. Archelaus was his great-uncle, as were Antipas, Philip, and Herod the Tetrarch. Herodias (wife of Philip), was his great-aunt. Agrippa 1 was his grand-uncle, as was Tiberius Julius Alexander (brother of Tigranes). Aristobulus was his great-grandfather. Agrippa 2, Berenice 2, and Drusilla were his mother's first cousins.
The Holy Grail is a dish, plate, stone, or cup that is part of an important theme of Arthurian literature
The Templars worshiped a head called Baphomet or Sophia wisdom
What is it that is hidden about John the Baptist? He is associated with water. Yet again the Bistea Neptunis



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 05:01 PM
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The problem comes from the fact that “Oannes” is a transliteration in Latin characters of a Greek transliteration of an uncertain original. In the Greek, the names Oannes and Iannes appear, suggesting a similarity to Ioannes, the Greek form of Yohanan, the Hebrew name of John the Baptist. Both figures have something to do with water and fishes, so they must therefore be the same.
Adapa, the first of the Mesopotamian seven sages, was a mythical figure who unknowingly refused the gift of immortality. The story is first attested in the Kassite period (14th century BCE), in fragmentary tablets from Tell el-Amarna, and from Assur, of the late second millennium BCE. Mesoptamian myth tells of seven antediluvian sages, who were sent by Ea, the wise god of Eridu, to bring the arts of civilisation to humankind. The first of these, Adapa, also known as Uan, the name given as Oannes by Berossus, introduced the practice of the correct rites of religious observance as priest of the E'Apsu temple, at Eridu.
It seems he must be Enki ie Poseidon



posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 05:12 PM
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Originally posted by spannera
n 496, the Church had pledged itself in perpetuity to the Merovingian bloodline. In sanctioning the assassination of Dagobert, in devising the ceremonies of coronation and anointment, in endorsing Pepin’s claim to the throne, it had betrayed its pact to support the Merovingians.However, Pepin married a Merovingian princess, as did Charlemagne. But what of Dagobert’s infant son? He seems to have been salvaged by one of his sisters, arrived in the Languedoc in 681, inherited titles from his mother’s side of the family, and perpetutated his lineage. And by 886 one branch of that lineage is said to have culminated in a certain Bernard Plantavelu, whose son became the first duke of Aquitaine. And through this bloodline, it is ultimately supposed to have culminated in the person of Godfroi de Bouillon, Duke of Lorraine, and leader of the First Crusade, who retook Jerusalem in 1099.In mythology, Godfroi de Bouillon was a grandson of the Grail prince Lohengrin, the “Swan Knight” who lived in the Grail castle at Munsalvaesche, also sometimes called Helias (implying solar implications). Lohengrin had gone to aid a lady desperately in need of a champion. She is said in the mythic story to have been either the duchess of Brabant or the duchess of Bouillon. After defeating her persecutor, he married the lady, on the condition that she never ask him about his ancestry or origins. She held out for some years but finally asked the forbidden question, and Lohengrin sadly departed in his swan-drawn boat, leaving behind an infant child who was either the father or the grandfather of Godfroi de Bouillo


Do you have a link for this info. I am familiar with the Mergovinians but you lost me with the Grail prince Lohngrin etc.

Also, there seems to be an implication that their lineage was more important than other royals, yet there is no solid information beyond Merovech, father of Childiric. All divinity seems to have arisen with the alleged impregnation in the sea by a shape shifting sea monster.

Kinda reminds one of Enki, aka Kronos...at least some relate the two.



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