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the ark of the convendent

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cormac mac airt
7 minutes ago, docyabut2 said:

Jesus was a real person he was")

Sure he was, ALL of them: 

Joshua/Jesus bin Nun: traditionally trained under Moses

Jesus the brother of High Priest John About 450 BC:

          "When Eliashib the High Priest was dead, his son Judas succeeded in the high priesthood; and when he was dead, his son John took that dignity ...Now Jesus was the brother of John, and was           a friend of Bagoses, who had promised to procure him the High Priesthood. In confidence of whose support, Jesus quarreled with John in the Temple, and so provoked his brother, that in his                 anger his brother slew him.

         Now it was a horrible thing for John, when he was High Priest, to perpetrate so great a crime, and so much the more horrible, that there never was so cruel and impious a thing done, neither by             the Greeks nor Barbarians.

        However, God did not neglect its punishment, but the people were on that very account enslaved, and the Temple was polluted by the Persians. ... Accordingly, Bagoses made use of this                      pretense, and punished the Jews seven years for the murder of Jesus."

        – Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews - 11.7.

Jesus ben Sirach: About 180 BC:

This Jesus was reputedly the author of the Book of Sirach (aka 'Ecclesiasticus, or the Wisdom of Jesus the Son of Sirach'), part of Old Testament Apocrypha. Ben Sirach, writing in Greek about 180 BC, brought together Jewish 'wisdom' and Homeric-style heroes.

Jesus ben Pandira: A wonder-worker during the reign of Alexander Jannaeus (106-79 BC)

A wonder-worker during the reign of Alexander Jannaeus (106-79 BC), one of the most ruthless of the Maccabean kings. Imprudently, this Jesus launched into a career of end-time prophecy and agitation which upset the king. He met his own premature end-time by being hung on a tree – and on the eve of a Passover. Scholars have speculated this Jesus founded the Essene sect.

Jesus ben Phiabi: Jewish High priest (ca. 30 – 23 BCE)

Jesus Barabbas: About 30 AD

Jesus Christ/Yeshua ben Yosef/Yeshua Ha Mashiac: About 30 AD

Jesus ben Ananias: About 62 AD

Beginning in 62AD, this Jesus had caused disquiet in Jerusalem with a non-stop doom-laden mantra of ‘Woe to the city’. He prophesied rather vaguely:

          "A voice from the east, a voice from the west, a voice from the four winds, a voice against Jerusalem and the holy house, a voice against the bridegrooms and the brides, and a voice against the            whole people." – Josephus, Wars 6.3.

Arrested and flogged by the Romans, Jesus ben Ananias was released as nothing more dangerous than a mad man. He died during the siege of Jerusalem from a rock hurled by a Roman catapult.

Jesus ben Saphat: About 68 AD

In the insurrection of 68AD that wrought havoc in Galilee, this Jesus had led the rebels in Tiberias ("the leader of a seditious tumult of mariners and poor people" – Josephus, Life 12.66). When the city was about to fall to Vespasian’s legionaries he fled north to Tarichea on the Sea of Galilee.

Jesus ben Gamaliel: Likely the same as Jesus ben Gamala

Jesus ben Gamala: About 68/69 AD

During 68/69 AD this Jesus was a leader of the ‘peace party’ in the civil war wrecking Judaea. From the walls of Jerusalem he had remonstrated with the besieging Idumeans (led by ‘James and John, sons of Susa’). It did him no good. When the Idumeans breached the walls he was put to death and his body thrown to the dogs and carrion birds.

Jesus ben Thebuth: About 69 AD

A priest who, in the final capitulation of the upper city in 69AD, saved his own skin by surrendering the treasures of the Temple, which included two holy candlesticks, goblets of pure gold, sacred curtains and robes of the high priests. The booty figured prominently in the Triumph held for Vespasian and his son Titus.

Jesus ben Sec: Before 70 AD

Jesus ben Damneus: High priest – About 69/70 AD, deposed within a year

Jesus ben Stada: After 100 AD

was a Judean agitator who gave the Romans a headache in the early years of the second century. He met his end in the town of Lydda (twenty five miles from Jerusalem) at the hands of a Roman crucifixion crew.

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docyabut2

I still believe the ark  I know going all of  this I believe that Tudor Parfitt,  found that ark :)

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Thanos5150
18 hours ago, Harte said:

How sexist.

Not ALL women write largely, you know.

Harte

Writ large not all women write large. 

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Desertrat56
16 hours ago, Dejarma said:

hmmm? how long will it take do you think?

the belief in god/s is declining so, eer, 100 years?;)

on this planet I think we will annihilate ourselves before that happens.   And making religion illegal just keeps it underground and causes it to be integrated into the rebel culture.  (Russia is a good example).  So, it ain't gonna happen as long as people can get rich using it and governments or large entities can use it to control large numbers of zombies.

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Abramelin
16 hours ago, Dejarma said:

hmmm? how long will it take do you think?

the belief in god/s is declining so, eer, 100 years?;)

Watch your tongue, you heathen or I will send a plague upon you all!

Oops, sorry.

Goallaweh.

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Kenemet
On 5/14/2021 at 7:12 PM, cormac mac airt said:

Sure he was, ALL of them: 

Joshua/Jesus bin Nun: traditionally trained under Moses

Jesus the brother of High Priest John About 450 BC:

          "When Eliashib the High Priest was dead, his son Judas succeeded in the high priesthood; and when he was dead, his son John took that dignity ...Now Jesus was the brother of John, and was           a friend of Bagoses, who had promised to procure him the High Priesthood. In confidence of whose support, Jesus quarreled with John in the Temple, and so provoked his brother, that in his                 anger his brother slew him.

         Now it was a horrible thing for John, when he was High Priest, to perpetrate so great a crime, and so much the more horrible, that there never was so cruel and impious a thing done, neither by             the Greeks nor Barbarians.

        However, God did not neglect its punishment, but the people were on that very account enslaved, and the Temple was polluted by the Persians. ... Accordingly, Bagoses made use of this                      pretense, and punished the Jews seven years for the murder of Jesus."

        – Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews - 11.7.

Jesus ben Sirach: About 180 BC:

This Jesus was reputedly the author of the Book of Sirach (aka 'Ecclesiasticus, or the Wisdom of Jesus the Son of Sirach'), part of Old Testament Apocrypha. Ben Sirach, writing in Greek about 180 BC, brought together Jewish 'wisdom' and Homeric-style heroes.

Jesus ben Pandira: A wonder-worker during the reign of Alexander Jannaeus (106-79 BC)

A wonder-worker during the reign of Alexander Jannaeus (106-79 BC), one of the most ruthless of the Maccabean kings. Imprudently, this Jesus launched into a career of end-time prophecy and agitation which upset the king. He met his own premature end-time by being hung on a tree – and on the eve of a Passover. Scholars have speculated this Jesus founded the Essene sect.

Jesus ben Phiabi: Jewish High priest (ca. 30 – 23 BCE)

Jesus Barabbas: About 30 AD

Jesus Christ/Yeshua ben Yosef/Yeshua Ha Mashiac: About 30 AD

Jesus ben Ananias: About 62 AD

Beginning in 62AD, this Jesus had caused disquiet in Jerusalem with a non-stop doom-laden mantra of ‘Woe to the city’. He prophesied rather vaguely:

          "A voice from the east, a voice from the west, a voice from the four winds, a voice against Jerusalem and the holy house, a voice against the bridegrooms and the brides, and a voice against the            whole people." – Josephus, Wars 6.3.

Arrested and flogged by the Romans, Jesus ben Ananias was released as nothing more dangerous than a mad man. He died during the siege of Jerusalem from a rock hurled by a Roman catapult.

Jesus ben Saphat: About 68 AD

In the insurrection of 68AD that wrought havoc in Galilee, this Jesus had led the rebels in Tiberias ("the leader of a seditious tumult of mariners and poor people" – Josephus, Life 12.66). When the city was about to fall to Vespasian’s legionaries he fled north to Tarichea on the Sea of Galilee.

Jesus ben Gamaliel: Likely the same as Jesus ben Gamala

Jesus ben Gamala: About 68/69 AD

During 68/69 AD this Jesus was a leader of the ‘peace party’ in the civil war wrecking Judaea. From the walls of Jerusalem he had remonstrated with the besieging Idumeans (led by ‘James and John, sons of Susa’). It did him no good. When the Idumeans breached the walls he was put to death and his body thrown to the dogs and carrion birds.

Jesus ben Thebuth: About 69 AD

A priest who, in the final capitulation of the upper city in 69AD, saved his own skin by surrendering the treasures of the Temple, which included two holy candlesticks, goblets of pure gold, sacred curtains and robes of the high priests. The booty figured prominently in the Triumph held for Vespasian and his son Titus.

Jesus ben Sec: Before 70 AD

Jesus ben Damneus: High priest – About 69/70 AD, deposed within a year

Jesus ben Stada: After 100 AD

was a Judean agitator who gave the Romans a headache in the early years of the second century. He met his end in the town of Lydda (twenty five miles from Jerusalem) at the hands of a Roman crucifixion crew.

cormac

Jesus, there's a lot of them....

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Dejarma
19 minutes ago, Kenemet said:

Jesus, there's a lot of them....

yeah jesus, gods, religion.. the day all this BS is eradicated from this planet will be the day of our enlightenment IMHO

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