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The book Revelations is believed to have been written by a man called John who was apparently living in exile on the island Patmos, scholars is not in agreement regarding whether this John is the same John who wrote the gospel of John. Some contend that it was written in plus minus 65 A.D, which could then make it the work of the apostle John, others contend that it was written in plus minus 95 A.D after the life of the apostle and claim that the language and grammar differ from that of the apostle. Revelations however was claimed by the author to have been given to him by Jesus himself, or by an angel showing him Jesus in the visions he apparently received! It is also called “The Book of Revelations by Jesus Christ”. In the very first Chapter of Revelations this John person made the very first mistake, or whoever showed himself to this John, made the mistake! Verse 18: “I am the living one! I was dead, but now I am alive for ever and ever. I have authority over death and the world of the dead.” In Matthew Chapter 22 verses31 to 32, Jesus said this; “now, as for the dead rising to life; haven’t you ever read what God has told you? He said, ‘I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob’, “He is the God of the living, not of the dead”! In Revelations he is now the God of the dead! Again the same thing the Jewish religion and mythology wants the world to believe. Osiris became the god of the underworld after his passage from this life, and that corresponds to this new coming the book of Revelations is preaching. Previously we have discussed the huge discrepancy regarding Isaiah’s prediction in relation to the Jesus figure in the New Testament. It seems they are making a final effort in Revelations to rectify the prediction in Isaiah! In the last part of my last quote Jesus was referring to his words; “I am in the Father as He is in me”, pointing out that
his Father is a Father of the living, what is dead do not need a Father, it is waste, indicating that the bodies which is buried will not rise, the spirit kept them running, spirit do not die! We all are first and foremost spirit, spirit get into physical bodies and give them life in the first place; with this statement Jesus showed the fallacy of the religion the Jews the Egyptians and the known world was following like slaves. Now here in Revelations right in the first Chapter we find they are still trying to sell the same thing, Jesus said in Matthew chapter 24, verses 23 to 26, “he is not coming back”, allow me to quote it once again: “Then if anyone says to you, ‘look, here is the Messiah!’ or ‘there he is!’- do not believe him. For false Messiahs and false prophets will appear; they will perform great miracles and wonders in order in order to deceive even God’s chosen people, if possible. Listen! I have told you this before the time comes.” Not even a hundred years have passed since that warning and here in Revelations we read this incredible story with a fantastic description of how “wondrous” this Jesus looked, on top of that he is now the god of the dead again!! And the world swallowed it, hook line and sinker! I will quote the description; Revelations 1 verses 12 to 16- “I turned around to see who was talking to me, and I saw seven gold lamp stands, and among them there was what looked like a human being, wearing a robe that reached to his feet, and a gold belt round his chest. His hair was white as wool, or as snow, and his eyes blazed like fire, his feet shone like brass that had been refined, and polished, and his voice sounded like a roaring waterfall. He held seven stars in his right hand, and a sharp two edged sword came out of his mouth. His face was as bright as the midday sun.” Is that a miraculous wonder or what? Jesus warned us! Why, while he apparently lived here amongst us, did he look like a man, ate like a man, lived like a man, talked like a man, felt pain like a man? He even referred to himself as the son of man, why
would he need to show himself suddenly as this “miracle”. Just before his death Jesus said in John Chapter 14 verses 18 and 19; “when I go you will not be left all alone; I will come back to you. In a little while the world will see me no more, but you will see me; and because I live you will also live. When that day comes, you will know that I am in the Father and that you are in me, just as I am in you.” This was not a reference to Revelations 1, but an indication that should they understand what he was telling them they would after they die, see him in “heaven” and know the meaning of “I am in you as you are in me”. He also stated clearly that the world, this world, will not see him physically again! The part where Jesus states, “I will come back to you”, he referred to the helper, “a spiritual connection”, not a physical being, he states clearly that the helper cannot be received by the world! Verse 26 of Matthew Chapter 24 confirms “in a little while this world will see me no more” once again, “or if people should tell you, ‘look, he is out in the desert!’- don’t go there; or if they say, ‘look, he is hiding here!’- don’t believe it.” Where does the above leave Revelations? Throughout Isaiah we read about the death and destruction of the enemies of the Israelite nation, we read that he will even kill and destroy his own people to purify them, in order that they should see him and only him as their god, we read his praise for himself, about his greatness his “love” towards his people should they worship him. We read that he will bring them riches; gold, instead of bronze, etc. We read that all other nations must serve the Israelites, if not, they will be completely destroyed. We read in Chapter 63 his song of praise to himself, how his clothes will be red from the blood of his enemies, how he has trampled nations, how he alone in his anger wiped out the enemies of his chosen nation, proud of his achievement. Jesus called him a murderer, do you find it surprising? Jesus said all nations is worthy, do you disagree? In Revelations we
read the same; destruction of the enemies, destruction of the chosen nation to purify them, only this time detail is supplied, graphically so! As if the perversity of it is to be applauded, or perhaps to scare the rest of humanity into submitting to the whims of one nation! We read in Isaiah Chapter 66 verse 12; “the wealth of the nations will flow to you like river that never goes dry. You will be like a child that is nursed by its mother, carried in her arms and treated with love. I will comfort you in Jerusalem, as a mother comforts her child.” We read in Revelations Chapter 21 verse 26; “The greatness and the wealth of the nations will be brought into the city. But nothing that is impure will enter neither the city, nor anyone who does shameful things or tell lies”. In both books the death and destruction during this time is mentioned, Jesus told us that wealth here cannot go to heaven it will stay here, he talked about an eternal life in another place, here we read about eternal life here on earth in a new “heaven an earth”, called the new Jerusalem, where earthly wealth is being brought into it! And those who refuse or lie will be killed, according to both plenty will be killed before this in a series of killing sprees. According to Zephaniah not even the Silver and gold will save them, Zephaniah Chapter 1 verse 18; “He will put an end; a sudden end to all who live on this planet.” Do we believe Isaiah and John who wrote Revelations; or Zephaniah, or do we start, really start, to listen to what Jesus apparently stated? Biblical scholars happen to take Yahweh as the big gun, Jesus is reckoned to fall under that jurisdiction, but did he, did he submit to that, according to John Chapter 8 and 10 he distanced himself from the figure or figures who claimed “god ship”, in the Old Testament. Yahweh or the Lord Almighty have been proved to adore wealth and possessions, Jesus even called him the Devil; the Devil and Satan are at times seen as the same entity. In the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke Jesus had a “meeting” with the “Devil”!
Let me quote Luke Chapter 4 verses 5 to 7; “Then the Devil took him up and showed him in a second all the kingdoms of the world. I will give you all this power and all this wealth, it has been handed over to me, and I can give it to anyone I choose. All this will be yours, then, if you worship me.” Jesus of course, declined the offer, and we know what happened after that? The clergy tells us that this Devil was just evil, or the “prince of the air ways”, the guy who entraps us mere humans to do bad or negative things, by whispering in our ears! Was there perhaps more to this “meeting” than meets the eye? Isaiah predicted a successful “Immanuel”; the Scholars tend to agree because he did ride on a donkey. Listed below, is the criteria the Scholars take as proof that Jesus did fulfil the prediction! 1 He is from the bloodline of David; Isaiah 11: 1-12 Jesus was not impressed with this; Matthew 22: 41- 46 2 Jesus was born here on earth, and thus subject to the Lord Almighty. Jesus had his own idea concerning this; John 10: 1 3 Governing is on Jesus shoulders; Isaiah 9: 6- 7. Jesus again had his own idea, he did not see himself as ruler here on earth, he was talking about a heavenly spiritual kingdom where those who understood his message would come to live as his “friends”, and not as his “subjects”. 4 He sits on the throne as king; Isaiah 16: 5. Jesus referred to this as being with his Father in “heaven”, and it was not for him to say who will join him or sit next to him. 5 He is righteous; Jeremiah 23 and 33, in these verses Jesus will rule and Israel will become prosperous. Jesus came, the city of Jerusalem stayed under Roman siege even long after he left. 6 He will rule righteously, Jeremiah 23-33, the prediction was that he would rule in this manner. Jesus came and preached another truth, getting him self killed, and the Israelite nation almost wiped out because of the message
he spread. Caiaphas had to intervene harshly to save them. John: 12- 45 to 52. 7 He rebuilt the temple: Zechariah 6: 12-13 Jesus found a temple there when he came. Jesus reference to Temple; meant he would rise from the dead after they physically killed him! 8 He will be a priest king forever from the line of Melchizedek; Psalms 110. Once again; Melchizedek was looked on as almost a godly figure placing him among those Jesus mentioned in John 10: 710, Jesus made it clear he was no part of that. 9 He sits on the right hand of Yahweh or the Lord Almighty; Psalms 110. Jesus mentioned this in Matthew 22: 41- 46, but did he accept it, the statement in John is in direct conflict to the one in Matthew, was he lying in Matthew to buy time, or was the words added to try and confirm him as the prediction? He also said in John Chapter 5 verse 37; “And the Father, who sent me, also testifies on my behalf. You have never heard his voice or seen his face.” An indication that the people do not know his father and that in itself, tells us that the Lord Almighty is not the Father Jesus speaks about. 10 He is riding on a donkey preaching peace; Zechariah: 9:9-10. Why then did Jesus say in Matthew 10: 34- 36, “do not think that I have come to bring peace to the world? No, I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. I came to set sons against their fathers, daughters against their mothers, daughters-inlaw against their mothers-in-law; a man’s worst enemies will be the members of his own family”. In Matthew 10: 34-36 is the probably the biggest reason after John 8 and 10 why the 10 points for the fulfilment of the prediction lose all meaning. In Isaiah Chapter 54 we find the reason for the words in Matthew 10. We read in verses 2 of Chapter 54 “Enlarge the place of thy tent, and let them stretch forth the curtains of thine habitations; spare not, lengthen thy cords, and strengthen thy stakes; for thou shalt break forth on
the right hand and on the left; and thy seed shall inherit the Gentiles, and make the desolate cities inhabited”. Following this we read in verses 15; “Behold, they shall gather together, but not by me; whosoever shall gather together against thee shall fall for thy sake.” That was from the King James Version, and verse 15 means that whoever will attack you, it will not be on my command, but they will in their efforts fall over you, which is the same as the meaning from the Afrikaans Bible. This will happen due to what is ordered in verse 2. In verse 2 this Lord Almighty tells the Israelite nation to immigrate into every nation on earth, to intermarry, to become so mixed with the rest of humanity should they be attacked due to their religion their attackers will literally fall over them. Do we need to be surprised, it happened, the Jewish population outside of Israel is proof of this command; they lived up to every word spoken in verse 2. If we look at what Jesus said in Matthew 10: 34 to 36, the method behind the madness becomes clear. This nation is today a mixed nation, bound by marriage to almost every other nation on earth, they were taught by their Lord that they were special, a chosen nation, all other nations must be their slaves, they are now family with those nations, their offspring is part of other nations, they also read the Bible, and they also read the New Testament, they read about caring for their neighbours, the original message was; enslave your neighbour, the new message is love your neighbour, should they decide to take the old message literally, we will see Matthew Chapter 10 verses 34 to 36 come true in all its ugliness, The Lord Almighty might be clever, but I think he has met his match, Zephaniah Chapter 1 perfectly explain his anger and frustration in verse 18, “on the day when the Lord shows his fury, not even all their silver and gold will save them. The whole earth will be destroyed by the fire of his anger. He will put an end-a sudden end to everyone who lives on earth.”
Isaiah 54 onwards is not a prediction about the coming of Jesus but about the return of this Lord Almighty, the same as is stated in most of Revelations, the Lamb, Jesus, is mentioned from time to time but He himself denied coming back making the vision of the John person regarding him flawed, which should give us an indication that Jesus is distancing himself from this religion, as he so clearly did on many occasions but especially in John 8 and 10. It is not surprising that he was rejected and apparently killed by this religion, proof of the bones is absent, but the story in the Bible clearly tells all who pays attention that this religion is nation bound and it shows the flaws through the mouth of the Jesus figure. The name “mythical Jesus” was given by mythology, but religion or the true religion welcomes it, they do not hold his side of the story in high regard. The criteria given by scholars listed in this explanation regarding the prediction about the coming of Jesus, is not flawed, it is accurate, and fits the physical indications. Jesus however turned against everything he was supposed to do to make the prediction come true in real terms. He was not killed in the story to make the prediction come true “to die for our sins” he was killed to save this nations lie, to help them fulfil their own destiny. If studied properly one realises that Jesus actually backed up Buddhism, “spiritual growth”, and not this highly violent religion the Israelite nation wants the world to believe is above all else. Due to lack of his physical remains this religion allows mythology to run with the “mythical Jesus” idea, it suits their purpose, he did betray them, they trained him as priest, hoping that he would fulfil the prophecy, but when he realised their intent and the fallacy of it all, he turned against them. I have in the past talked to old school Israelite religious people, and when confronted with the question regarding the apparent killing of this man I was told that they simply killed the son who opposed the Father.
The simple answer to all I have written here is this, Christian religion is a combination of old school Jewish religion and the teachings of this man Jesus in an effort to convince the world that their particular brand of religion is the religion. In the combination is strength, compassion, love, hatred, forgiveness, and superior rule, if one or more is proved to be fallacy, superior rule will always survive-(this is what that religion believe)! This “mythical Jesus” tried to show the world the fallacies, to point out the control which is corrupted, control which till this very day prevents knowledge to flow free throughout humankind. He was “killed” in order for the control to stay in place, he however left a legacy, search and you will find, knock and the doors will be opened, try to be like me. Two thousand years have passed, today we have freedom of speech, that in itself is a major breakthrough, free debates about religion has become an acceptable norm, the church is in turmoil, trying their utmost to hold all the strings together; that religion is slowly coming apart at the seams. It seems the “mythical Jesus” might just have the home run! Perhaps Jesus knew in Matthew Chapter 12 when he uttered these words in verses 25; “Jesus knew what they were thinking, so he said to them. Any country that divides itself into groups which fight each other will not last very long. And any town and family that divides itself into groups which fight each other will fall apart.” Perhaps he knew then that someone was going to combine this religion, “divide it into groups”, effectively Constantine created the falling apart of this incredible religion, he would never have imagined that his ambition would eventually support the “mythical Jesus”. http://sites.google.com/site/waltermullernow/ http://www.xinxii.com/asresults.php? s4=walter+muller&iSearchButton=search&sid=1&osCsid=5t17 5q6jfiudkpt7k19073lu73