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Jesus : The Man and the Myth


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#1    Lionel

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 08:33 AM

In the early sixteenth century, Pope Leo X is on record as declaring: "It has served us well, this myth of Christ."

Was the story of Jesus of Nazareth a myth?

In the earliest contacts with the Cassiopaeans we began to ask questions about Jesus. This was, in a sense, a form of a "challenge" or a "test," from our perspective. It was only later, after much research and work in many areas, I realized that this really wasn't much of a "test!" There are endless variations of material delivered from all sorts of sources identifying themselves as Jesus, Ashtar, Lord Sananda, and who knows else! Some of them claim to be Jesus, some of them claim to have genetically engineered Jesus, some of them claim to have "projected" the Jesus story into history, and on and on and on!

Nevertheless, this was what we did, and the answers we received were sometimes quite in line with modern scholarship and theological opinion; sometimes they dovetailed with more "esoteric" sources from other "psychic channels," and in startling and outstanding ways, some of the answers were completely different from anything we had ever encountered. It was on all of these points that we were challenged to do original research, and I hope to shed some light on the matter here.

It seems that to the "easy believer" everything is possible and they have no problems accepting the word of this or that person or teacher or text that something is so. However, to a person who has studied the varied and often conflicting material and is in search of facts, there are a host of problems with this story of Jesus.

The biggest problem consists in the fact that it is easy to fabricate texts and documents out of nothing. Falsification and counterfeiting are as old as the hills. J.-K. Huysmans wrote in Las-bas,


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#2    Lionel

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 08:36 AM

The views expressed in this article are that of the author, by posting this article I do not subscribe to his views. I found it interesting and thought Id share it.  thumbsup.gif

Make sure you read the full article, its gets interesting as you progress.

Who is Tonatha, has anybody heard of him before ?

Edited by Lionel, 13 January 2004 - 12:02 PM.

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#3    bathory

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 09:15 AM

an interesting point is that practically all the historical mentions of Jesus are very vague regarding him, and often don't directly talk about him, and then there is the whole issue of forgeries, some being very blatant.





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