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Krisztian
09-19-2012, 11:12 AM
Professor King over at Harvard disclosed a faded papyrus that contains apparently 'Jesus' referring to his 'wife' and that he would take her as his 'disciple'.

Link can be found here: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/19/us/historian-says-piece-of-papyrus-refers-to-jesus-wife.html?_r=0 One can also zoom-in on the papyrus for greater detail.

I'm not sure whether people are interested in this sort of research . . . well, I am. So I figured I post it.

Feel free to comment?

Andro
09-19-2012, 11:33 AM
Feel free to comment?

Different researchers claim different things.

Like the trailer below, for a documentary based on academic research, questioning the actual existence of the historical Jesus, who is claimed (in this particular research) to be a fabrication of a group of Roman Emperors.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=SUPoLMW6dNM

More details about this documentary HERE (http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/world-premiere-of-controversial-documentary-caesars-messiah-the-roman-conspiracy-to-invent-jesus-at-laemmle-music-hall-on-sept-28-169148876.html).

I think it's up to each and everyone of us to either study the available research angles and make up our own minds,
OR astral time travel 'back' to the era, and see for ourselves. Blind faith, at least for me, is not an option.

However, the bible/testaments are extremely rich in esoteric revelations, regardless of whether the alleged historical protagonists actually existed or not.

Of course they (the testaments) are also filled with superstition-based sociopolitical mass control programming, on the more EXOterical end of the spectrum.

For me, ALL myths/legends/religious writings/etc have to be 'calcined' and purified to remove superfluities, until what remains is Fixed and Fusible, flowing like wax on a hot plate :)

("Separate the subtle from the gross, gently and with great skill" :))
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PS: Of course, this is just my personal view, and is not intended to invalidate / dismiss / offend adherence to any particular faith or belief system.

Krisztian
09-21-2012, 06:18 PM
I think it's up to each and everyone of us to either study the available research angles and make up our own minds, OR astral time travel 'back' to the era, and see for ourselves. Blind faith, at least for me, is not an option.

Yes, I think that's the way to go, as you say. Joseph Atwill, Fritz Heede and Nijole Sparkis were on Red Ice Radio recently, I think last week - lovely radio conversation.

I do follow the religion of the Old, but there're only remnants of that remaining; now it's more packaged in the modern versions like Christianity, Buddhism, so forth. I think the saying goes: To each, his own.