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Religion Links Articles Videos Wiki defs TJ, Talmud of Jmmanuel MT verses and critiques books videos Jesus in India, The Lost Years Links Articles Books Videos Apocrypha, Enoch, Ezekiel, Urantia Book Enoch Ezekiel Athiesm Holy Grail Prophets Buddhism, Hinduism Christianity Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, Shamonism Gospels Islam, Muslim Judaism, Talmud Luciferian, Satanism New Age Paganism Taoism, Daoism Tao Te Ching Secret of the Golden Flower


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Interesting research into various religious topics including Jesus in India, Jesus the lost years, Talmud of Jmmanuel, atheism, prophets, Buddhsm, Christianity, Gnosticism, Gospels, Islam, Judaism, Luciferian, Satanism, New Age, Paganism and Taoism.


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The Big Religion Comparison Chart: Compare World Religions - ReligionFacts Internet Sacred Text Archive Home Welcome to the largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on

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The Reformation Online - The Most Timely, Scientific, and Patriotic Site on the Internet Free forum : SpiritualismLink For and Against: More Christians in Spiritualism | Spirit of PN The “Talmud of Immanuel” is a hoax. « Question your reality….. THE 'TRUE' ORIGINAL SIN The Two Babylons: Table of Contents The Two Babylons--Alexander Hislop Home Of Reason Freedom From Religion Foundation Abide in Truth Events Home Page Welcome to our listing of Conferences Exposing Errors in Churches and Evangelism by Biblical End Time Discernment Ministries and Biblical Special Events. We are interested in bringing resources to visitors, especially to those who deem themselves Christian born again believers. These conferences shed light on discernment questions about what is transpiring in Christian churches today in relation to the End Time and the Second Coming of Christ Jesus. Studies in Reformed Theology Logos Bible Software - Bible Study has never been easier! Michael Heiser (researcher) Michael Heiser - UFO Religions » About Me Michael Heiser - Notes on Ezekiel Michael Heiser - The Naked Bible Michael Heiser - ROSWELL AND OPERATION PAPERCLIP False Religions EXPOSED! WCC - World Council of Churches Who are we? Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola | Christian Classics Ethereal Library New Dawn Magazine - Ancient Wisdom, New Thinking ~ Since 1991 | Creation | Dark Gods (great summary) The Spiritual Exercises – KING JAMES BIBLE ONLINE FalseTeachingsAndHeresies - Kwiki EssentialChristianDoctrines - Kwiki Michael Rood Exposed - Confessions of a Cult Leader Michael Rood: WAY Colleagues, Occult Calendars & False Prophecies Michael Rood Doomsday Prophet > The Culdian Trust Kolbrin Manuscripts The Kolbrin is a collection of ancient manuscripts FourWinds10 -- Phoenix Journals

Kabbalah: The Zohar Project The Curious Utterances of the Vatican's Monsignor Corrado Balducci - UFO Evidence Contents of the Babylonian Talmud vde 1-40.pdf (application/pdf Object) destruction of religion series-11-PT 1-HEAVEN, HELL,PARADISE EARTH. - YouTube


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Mary Magdalen’s Wisdom Harmony of the Spheres Generations of David (MOAFT) Descendants of Noah (MOAFT) Jezebel to Zorobabel (MOAFT) Bloodlines The Christian Crusades: 1095-1291 Proto-evangelium 5. The Seven Ages in God's Plan for All Irreducible Complexity and Michael Behe on Intelligent Design Kent Hovind FAQs: Examining "Dr. Dino" Sacred Texts: The Genetic Code This is the first 60,000 'letters' of chromosome one of the draft public domain human genome, formatted in arbitrary 60 column lines. This represents a portion of the structure of the double helix DNA molecule. Each letter in the text (A, C, G and T) represents one 'base pair' of nucleotides. They are called pairs because each nucleotide has a complementary one on the other strand. The letters are grouped into sets of three, known as 'codons'. Each codon is translated into one of 20 amino acids. The sequence of amino acids determines how proteins are constructed, which are the building blocks of all life on earth. If you want to be picky, this is actually an arbitrary set of base pairs from an arbitrary human chromosome. However, this particular sequence is of historical importance, because it was at the start of the first file of the human genome project released to the Internet. Strangely enough, the symbol for medicine since distant antiquity has been two snakes entwined in a spiral pattern around a staff. Foreshadowing? Ancient knowledge? This coincidence has yet to be explained.

The Gnostic Pagan Project (use IE) Genesis 11:6 The LORD said, "If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. Genesis 19:31-36 - Passage Lookup - New International Version - The Fifth Column: Is George Bush Jewish? The Babylonian Talmud, Book 1: Tract Sabbath, tr. Rodkinson. Index (huge) The Great Cosmic Cross Book of Jasher, Chapter 9 The Forgotten Books of Eden: The Second Book of Adam and Eve: Chapter XX The Three Secrets of Fatima THE THIRD SECRET OF FATIMA REVEALED The Message of Fatima Secrets of Fatima, 2012 Warning, Children of Fatima, Third Secret is Revealed

Three Secrets of Fátima - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The God Program Jesus was Enki. Jehovah was a servant of Enlil (Enki's half-brother). They later became enemies and contested over the souls of men. God Is Real Index: Hard Truth / Wake Up America THE WATCHERS: Fallen angels, Dinosaurs, & UFOs - YouTube Click Here: UFOs: A Biblical Perspective The Origin of Demons and the Exorcists Manual The Book of Enoch I Click Here: Zecharia Sitchin Enki vs Enlil vs Jehovah vs Satan - Communitites @ The Anomalies Network Christianity - Free E-Books The Lost Books of the Bible - download here The Forgotten Books of Eden Index WHY IS ANTICHRIST SYMBOLISM PREVALENTLY SHOWN IN THE PASSION? The New World Order Is About Religion PRAISE THE LORD AND (PLEASE DO) PASS THE AMMUNITION Deuteronomy 1 - Passage Lookup - New International Version, ©2010 - Temple of Doom - Contents PARALLEL PERSPECTIVES of THE NEW ÆON Buddhism Exposed! Ancient Egyptian Gods, Osiris, Isis, Hathor, Horus, Ra, Amun, Anubis, Nut, Ptah - Photos of Egypt - Images of Ancient Egypt - Pictures of Egypt - Photos of Ancient Egypt - Karnak, Pyramids, Tutankhamun, Abu Simbel, Aswan, The Nile, Edfu, Kom Ombo, Feluccas, Valley of the Kings, The Sphinx Ra - The Sun God, the one who was there at the beginning. Amun - the Father of life who later combined with Ra to become Amun-Ra the all important State God. Osisris, Isis, Seth & Nephthys came from the Creation of the Universe. Ptah created Heaven and Earth. Sekhmet was the Wife of Ptah. Seth murdered his Brother Osiris by trapping him in a coffin and then threw him in the Nile! Nephthys was Sister and Wife to Seth (!) Isis was Osiris' Sister and Wife (!) and sometime after his death was able to revive him long enough to conceive Horus. Osiris was chosen to judge dead mortals who wanted to follow him to Heaven. He sat in judgement as their heart was put in the balance against a feather of the Goddess Maat, who stood for truth. Horus - a Falcon, avenged his Father Osiris. Thoth was given the Moon and appointed assistant to the Sun God, Ra. Isis together with Horus, Anubis and Thoth were able to reassemble the previously dissmembered parts of the body of Osiris, add a phallus (the original having been eaten by fish), wrap it in bandages and thereby create the first Mummy. Hathor, the Goddess of Love, Joy and Music first suckled Horus then later became his wife.


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Shocking Truth About Valentines Day! - YouTube This video is about the Truth about Valentines Day & nothing but that! This video expose the Pagan roots associated with valentines day. You will be shocked to learn what cupid really is! History of the Holidays-Valentines Day3:50 Add to History of the Holidays-Valentines Dayby lizXoX200813,401 views

Who Wrote the Bible? - YouTube Who Wrote the Bible? In 2004, Robert Beckford hosted a one-off documentary called Who Wrote the Bible? on Channel 4 on Christmas Day. Beckford begins this documentary with this question and pursues the assertion that the Bible's history involves multiple revisions, exclusion and political imperative. Who Wrote The Bible? (1/12) - YouTube Who Wrote the Bible? Is the Bible the Word of God? Why is the Bible full of Contradictions? This documentary explores questions at the heart of the great Christian faith in a fair open-minded fashion. It is NOT meant to be inflamatory but informative. The truth one will see is the Bible is NOT what it is thought to be. So what is the Bible? Find out! Visit for more videos like this! Now since we can see Christianity is not what we thought it was, we can try and learn about Islam, a religion that many equate with terrorism. Search and learn about Islam as it is thought even by the most educated people on Earth to be the ultimate way to truth and happiness, in the truest sense of the word. Who Wrote The Bible? (2/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (3/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (4/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (5/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (6/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (7/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (8/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (9/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (10/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (11/12) - YouTube Who Wrote The Bible? (12/12) - YouTube ?Enki Sumerian Tablet Translation Ch.6 5of6?? - YouTube ?Enki Sumerian Tablet Translation Ch.6 6of6?? - YouTube The Sons of God and the Antichrist 1 of 4 - YouTube The Sons of God and the Antichrist 2 of 4 - YouTube The Sons of God and the Antichrist 3 of 4 - YouTube The Sons of God and the Antichrist 4 of 4 - YouTube The Strong Delusion Part 1 of 9 - YouTube Old World Secrets The Omega Project Codes - YouTube See: NWO Documentaries. New World Bible the story of the truth part 1 - YouTube See: NWO Documentaries. New World Bible the story of the truth part 2 - YouTube New World Bible the story of the truth part 3 - YouTube The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - By Michael Rood (Parts 1 - 11) The temple of Solomon, the secret is out. Must watch. - YouTube

The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 1 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Hebrew Scriptures detail the building of a great temple under the direction of King Solomon of Israel, the wisest man on earth. The Temple was built as a place to house the Ark of the Covenant. To make provision for the Ark's safe keeping, Solomon constructed a sand-hydraulic elevator in the Most Holy Place. The emergency escape route and the stone sarcophagus in which the Ark was hidden during Nebuchadnezar's siege were recently discovered in the elaborate tunnel system that honeycombs Mount Moriah - the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Prepare for a Rood Awakening! as Michael Rood takes you on a whirlwind adventure in this fast paced video presentation, "The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple and the Hiding of the Ark of the Covenant."This is Michael's "signature work", the teaching that details the hiding of the Ark of the Covenant, and the Ark's importance in the fulfillment of the Feast of Passover - a shadow of good things to come. This is the abbreviated introduction to Michael's 13-hour video teaching extravaganza: "The Prophecies in the Spring and Fall Feasts of the LORD" - the 26 episode Bible Prophecy 101 and 201 series. This multimedia seminar has changed the lives of countless thousands around the globe. You will never be the same after you experience the plan of the Almighty in bringing His salvation to the world! Copyright - A Rood Awakening! Please Consider Donating at: The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 2 of 11 - By Michael Rood - YouTube The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 3 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 4 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 5 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 6 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 7 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 8 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 9 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 10 of 11 - By Michael Rood The Great Secret of Solomon's Temple - Part 11 of 11 - By Michael Rood Rense & Linda Stone - Satanic Rituals in America - YouTube Was The Bible Written by The Illuminati - YouTube Was The Bible Changed By the Illuminati? - YouTube Was the Holy Bible changed, re-written, or modified by the Illuminati themselves??? This video goes in depth in explaining the deception that has been verbably inflicted unto the masses. Video by

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TJ, Talmud of Jmmanuel

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The TJ is a fascinating document that seems to be the actual original gospel of Jesus, pre-dating the other gospels. The Book of Matthew (BOM), which is considered to be the true story of Jesus, is almost identical to the TJ, however religious experts have noted that the BOM contains many inconsistencies. Upon close inspection, the BOM contains 200+ redactions compared to the TJ's version of events. The best and most thorough research into validating the TJ's authenticity is by Professor James Deardorff. His work is extremely thorough and can be found here: Professor Deardorff performs a detailed verse-by-verse comparison and analysis of both documents using independent crtiques from other wellrespected gospel researchers and scholars. Deardorff applies the critiques of the Book of Matthew by these scholars against both documents to see how the TJ fairs. In doing so, the comarisions determine which document is in fact the original gospel (i.e. which one came first). Using standard mathematical probability analysis found here:, Professor Deardorff assigns each verse in the TJ a value of probability that it is genuine

(or not) and ultimately computes the overall probability of the TJ being genuine or a hoax. In examining Deardorff's comprehensive and detailed work, it becomes plain to see that despite claims of the TJ being a hoax, the detailed research and analysis proves the TJ to be authentic beyond doubt. The reasons for people trying to claim that the TJ is a hoax are varied, but some motives could include the TJ's references to his name Jmmanuel instead of Jesus, his teachings of reincarnation instead of resurection, mention of ETs and UFOs, harsh comments made by Jmmanuel towards jews and israel, some teachings are different than the BOM. The TJ provides logical answers to many linguering questions, inexplicable events, confusing, vague and incomplete verses, overall teachings and more. For example, how could his name be Jesus when it was declared that "his name should be Jmmanuel"? Exactly how did 3 wise men from the east travel for hundreds of miles to the exact location of where Jesus was born by following a fixed star in the sky? Think about that for a moment next time you're lost. Also, the Lost Years of Jesus are explained ... he travelled to India.

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Francis Wright Beare | LibraryThing Francis Wright Beare: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle Francis Wright and "Beare" - Free people check - How reliable is the New Testament? Matthew Direction: The Synoptic Problem and the Genre Question Gospel of Matthew The Redactional History and the Meaning of Matthew 7:6 (Ekaputra Tupamahu) - Introduction to Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons Modified Augustinian Hypothesis regarding Gospel origins HISTORICAL CRITICISM AND THE GREAT COMMISSION - tmsj11c.pdf (application/pdf Object) The Justification of Wisdom - gathercoleNTS.pdf (application/pdf Object) A Literary Analysis of Matthew - the transfiguration in matthew 17.pdf (application/pdf Object) CONCERNING JESUS OF NAZARETH - 1968_beare.pdf (application/pdf Object) TJ Comments - OBAMA IN CAIRO: HIS QUOTES FROM MATTHEW IN RELATION TO THE TALMUD OF JMMANUEL TJ Comments - DISCUSSION OF TJ 18 AND MATTHEW 16 On the Accumulation of Individual Probabilities Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 1:20 do not fear to take Mary your wife Mt 1:20 20But as he [Joseph] considered this, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying, "Joseph, son of David, do not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit;" TJ 1:83-84 83While Joseph was thinking in this manner, behold, a guardian angel, sent by Gabriel, the celestial son who had impregnated Maria, appeared and said: 84"Joseph, Maria is betrothed to you and you are to become her spouse; do not leave her, because the fruit of her womb is chosen for a great purpose. Marry her in all openness, so that you may be husband and wife before the people." TJ 1:83-84 83Indes Joseph aber also gedachte, siehe, da erschien ein abgesandter Wächterengel des Himmelssohnes Gabriel, der Maria geschwängert hatte, und sprach also: 84«Joseph, Maria ist dir vertrauet und du seiest ihr Gemahl, verlasse sie nicht, denn die Frucht ihres Leibes ist zu Grossem ausersehen; vertraue dich in aller Offenheit mit ihr, so ihr vor dem Volke Mann und Weib seid.» THE PROBLEMS. One objection is that what Joseph was told does not seem to have been within a dream, because it occurred while Joseph was still considering to divorce Mary; i.e., while his mind was awake. Another problem is the use of "behold" to alert the reader to the angel prior to the mention that it occurred in a dream; this is both awkward and unprecedented. In Old Testament instances of "behold"

being used in conjunction with a dream, the writer first explains that the person was dreaming, and then uses "behold" to introduce a surprising scene within the dream, as in Gn 20:3; 28:12-13; 37:6-7,9; 41:1-2; Dn 2:31, 7:2f; or he at least first mentions the dream before describing what was dreamt, as in Gn 41:17, Jgs 7:13. Here, the phrase "in a dream" comes sufficiently late as to arouse suspicions that it was an editorial insert. A further problem is that Joseph is referred to as "son of David" in the dream. Assuming that it's possible for a person to remember a conversation verbatim from a dream (and how would the writer of Matthew learn about any of this? ), the speaker in the dream would not have to identify you, as there is no one else around to listen! He certainly would not have to identify which Joseph he was speaking to, namely "Joseph son of David"! Instead, it is evident that the writer of Matthew here wished to emphasize that Joseph was a descendant of David so as to establish the same lineage for Joseph's (step)son, Jesus. This in turn was to bolster the claim for Jesus as Messiah according to Is (Isaiah) 11:1-2, where the Messiah would be an offshoot of the root of Jesse, David's father. In Matthew this "son of David" reference for Joseph cannot be explained as stemming from Joseph's need to go to Bethlehem as his home city—the city of David—in order to enroll in accordance with Caesar's decree, as all of that is in Luke, not Matthew. SOLUTION. None of these problems exist within the TJ verse. We see that the writer of Matthew inserted "in a dream" into TJ text as the simplest way to distance the event from real life; in so doing, the "behold" from the TJ ended up preceding his disclosure that what was beheld was in a dream. Within the TJ, both Jmmanuel and his contacting ETs used the term "son" in its primary meaning. Hence it is consistent that "son of David" does not appear in the TJ's parallel verse. PHoax ? 0.1 Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 1:21 you shall call his name Jesus Mt 1:21 21she will bear a son, and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins. TJ [No cognate] THE PROBLEM. In Mt 1:23 the writer has taken the pains to quote the Isaiah verse, saying that the child's name would be Immanuel. Why then does the saying by the angel that the child should be named Jesus, in the verse above, appear in addition to the quotation from Isaiah (Mt 1:22) saying the child would be named Immanuel? It is totally improbable that the child was given both names at once. Scholars agree that the Isaiah verse was included so as to show that the birth of Jesus fulfilled the prophecy of Is 7:14. However, there is no way this could have been considered a fulfilled prophecy by anyone at the time unless the name given to him by his parents had been Immanuel.[10.5] Many a first-time mother could claim that she had been a virgin prior to giving birth, and this claim could be unfalsifiable. Or, if "young woman" is preferred as the translation rather than "virgin," this would even less signify fulfillment of the prophecy. At the very least, the young child would need also to have been named Immanuel to fulfill the prophecy. Davis notes the view of others that Mt 1:21 "is a virtual citation of Isa [Isaiah] 7:14—the chief point of difference being the name given the child."[11] Hence it would be consistent if the redactor had utilized the verse from Isaiah and simply altered the name "Immanuel" into "Jesus."SOLUTION. The writer of Matthew indeed took the latter action. He patterned Mt 1:21 after the Isaiah verse, changing Immanuel to Jesus, and inserted it just ahead of the verse from Isaiah so that readers would believe the child's name had been Jesus, not Immanuel. This was a Christian necessity, since he had been known as "Jesus" for many decades (since the time Paul's influence took hold, around 40-50 A.D.). The TJ of course has no cognate to this verse, since in the TJ the child's name was Immanuel, later spelled beginning with a "J" symbol by his disciple-writer. Hence the TJ does not suffer from the problem. The typical scholar's view should be mentioned of why the writer of Matthew would think that a child born with the name "Jesus" was the fulfillment of the Isaiah prophecy that his name would be Immanuel. That "Matthew uses the Isaiah 7 passage in his Birth Narrative, I think... is a good example of scripturalization -- he is looking to find scriptures that explicate what is happening"(Mark Goodacre's blog, 7 June 2007). This begs the question, however, of the illogic involved, except that the writer of Matthew is not known for consistent use of logic. The Isaiah prophecy could only be fulfilled if the child's name had been Immanuel at birth. The fact that he was later called "Mighty God" and "Prince of Peace," etc., would not validate the prophecy that a virgin (or young maiden) would name her child "Immanuel."The odds are quite poor that a hoaxer would hit upon the first problem as something needing solution, since it seems unknown as a problem within scholarly literature. But if, against the

odds, he were to do so, he would not likely spell Immanuel's name starting with a "J," as that would unnecessarily complicate matters and cause his hoax to be less likely of acceptance. PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 1:22 all this took place to fulfill what the Lord had spoken Mt 1:22 22All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had spoken by the prophet: TJ 1:85 85"Behold, the impregnation of Maria occurred eleven thousand years after the procreation of Adam through the celestial son Semjasa, to fulfill the word of El, the ruler of those who traveled from afar, who conveyed these words through the prophet Jesaja (Isaiah):" TJ 1:85 85«Siehe, die Schwängerung Marias geschah also elftausend Jahre nach der Zeugung Adams durch den Himmelssohn Semjasa, so das Wort erfüllet würde, was Gott, der Herrscher der Weithergereisten, durch den Propheten Jesaja gesagt hat, der da spricht:» THE PROBLEMS. Matthew's phrase "all this took place to fulfill (Isaiah's prophecy)" indicates that what its writer had just described was needed in fulfillment. However, did Joseph's short-lived resolve to divorce Mary (from betrothal) in any way help to fulfill Isaiah's prophecy? Indeed not. Additionally, Davies & Allison noted that, in the Greek, the same "formula" with almost the same wording is used in Mt 21:4 as in this verse.[12] This indicated to them that both verses are obvious editorial remarks—redactions. SOLUTION. The writer of Matthew caused the problems by omitting what the celestial son had told Joseph happened long ago, by substituting his formula for it, and by placing this ET's appearance and statements into a dream. The TJ does not contain any "formula" statement here, to be repeated later. The TJ verse is actually not a cognate, since only the word "prophet" occurs in both verses above. However, it is set forth here because the context indicates it was the source for Matthew's shorter verse (or, as a skeptic might say, the TJ verse is an amplification of this Matthean verse). Interestingly, Davies & Allison speculated that Mt 1:22-23 might still be part of what the angel was saying. The TJ indeed indicates that it was the celestial son who told Joseph what Isaiah had actually said, and that the writer of Matthew abbreviated this and left it ambiguous as to whether it was his own narration or that of his dream angel. The first problem seems to have been unknown heretofore. PHoax ? 0.2. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 2:19-20 when Herod died, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt Mt 2:19-20 19But when Herod died, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt, saying, 20"Rise, take the child and his mother, and go to the land of Israel, for those who sought the child's life are dead." TJ 2:25-26 25Now that Herod Antipas and his followers had changed their attitude, behold, the celestial son Gabriel appeared again before Joseph in the land of Egypt, and said, 26"Arise and take the young child and his mother Maria and move to the land of Israel; all those who sought the child's life have had a change of heart." TJ 2:25-26 25Da aber Herodes Antipas und sein Gefolge anderer Gesinnung geworden waren, siehe, da erschien der Himmelssohn Gabriel wieder bei Joseph in Ägyptenland und sprach: 26«Stehe auf und nimm das Kindlein und seine Mutter Maria zu dir und ziehe hin in das Land Israel; sie alle sind anderer Gesinnung geworden, die dem Kinde nach dem Leben standen.» THE PROBLEMS. This is now the third time that the angel is supposed to have spoken to Joseph in a dream, to take some action that would affect his future life and that of his family. Surely by this time either Mary or Joseph or both would demand some real-life information to help them decide if the threat of death for their infant was over. Surely they could have learned through normal means that King Herod had died. And why is the angel referred to as an angel, when it can be inferred to be the very same angel as the one who appeared to Joseph at Mt 2:13, and presumably, then, the same as the angel in Mt 1:20? In its second and third referrals, it should have been articulated as the angel. For example, when the angel of Mt 28:2 is introduced, it is an angel (anarthrous), but when mentioned again, in Mt 28:5, it is quite properly the angel. Similarly, when the wise men are first mentioned, they are quite properly "wise men" (anarthrous); at their next mention they are properly referred to as the wise men. The writer of Matthew obviously knew of this basic use of grammar. Finally, concerning dreams, we all know how they are relatively illogical, and don't usually make sense unless interpreted in some manner. See, e.g., Gn 41, where Joseph interprets the dreams of Pharaoh. The dreams of Mt 1:20, 2:12,13,19 all violate this common

knowledge, thus appearing not to have been dreams after all. Although one might try to categorize these dreams as being of the prophetic or precognitive type, in real dreams of that type the subject visualizes or experiences the future, or potentially future, scene. Instead, these Matthean dreams would require hypothesizing existence of a new category of dream—one in which the dreamer visualizes nothing but a personage who tells him what to do. Also, we may notice that the Matthean verse 2:20 parallels all too closely a phrase from Exodus: Ex 4:19 And the LORD said to Moses in Midian, 'Go back to Egypt; for all the men who were seeking your life are dead.'The fact that Moses was told to go back to Egypt while Joseph, Mary and child were told to go back to Israel did not spoil the relevance of the Exodus verse for the compiler of Matthew any more than did the similar situation with respect to his Hos 11:1 reference in Mt 2:15. This compiler is seen to have grasped for any analogy to Moses that he could find. Further, in the relatively short time Joseph, Mary and child are believed to have been in Egypt, is it at all likely that not just Herod but the others around him would have died? SOLUTION. One sees that Joseph's decision to return was indeed based upon real-life information, which came from an alien they must have come to trust, and not from a dream. The alien in both this and the previous angelic incident was the celestial son Gabriel, whereas in the encounter of Mt 1:20 it had been a different celestial son. So the writer of Matthew, in allowing that the first two angels were different, used "an angel" in both cases. He then followed suit for the final angel of the Nativity; since he hadn't used "the angel" for the second encounter with Joseph, he could hardly have used it for this final encounter. Regarding Herod Antipas, not King Herod. The verse of TJ 2:26 is what brought to the compiler's mind the verse of Ex 4:19. He was again intent to demonstrate that Jesus was no less important than Moses by pointing out a scriptural similitude. However, the analogy would be too far-fetched unless the men seeking to commit the murder had died. History would be too grossly violated if the compiler of Matthew wrote that Herod Antipas had died at that time. (See the TJ verses under Mt 2:1-2,4-6,7,9,15 for mention of Antipas.) The compiler could simply rectify this problem by changing the name Herod Antipas wherever mentioned in the TJ into King Herod in his Matthean nativity narratives, as King Herod had died many years before (in 4 B.C.). In fact, all he needed to do was insert or substitute the title "King" once or twice and omit "Antipas" wherever it occurred in that section of the TJ. This he did in writing Mt 2:1,3,9,12,13, and in his own invented verses: 15,16,19,22. This would mean that Jmmanuel/Jesus was born around A.D. 6, not 6 B.C., if the census of Caesar Augustus mentioned in Lk 2:1-2 actually occurred during the known reign of Quirinius, governor of Syria, as Luke (and the TJ) both imply. One scholar and history professor, T. P. Wiseman, has suggested, apparently for the first time in the academic literature, that the decree from Caesar Augustus indeed not only occurred in A.D. 6, but was the same as the decree that went out at that time for the purpose of collecting a 5% inheritance tax from Roman citizens; the Syrian-Judaic census and the Roman-empire census would plausibly have been taken at the same time.[12] Wiseman thus gives two reasons for believing that Jesus was born during the reign of Herod Antipas, not King Herod. Previously there had been only one reason (the known timing of the reign of Quirinius), which was insufficient to overcome the Matthean tradition involving King Herod. Antipas is commonly believed to have ruled over Galilee from 4 B.C. to A.D. 39, and is known to have acquired the dynastic title of "Herod" in A.D. 6.[13] Thus, the TJ, along with Wiseman's suggestion, provides three reasons for agreeing that Jmmanuel/Jesus was born around A.D. 6. One verse contradicting this solution is Lk 1:5 ("In the days of Herod, king of Judea..."). It can be explained as one of the considerable number of errors made by the writer of Luke, in this case occasioned by his starting to follow the text of Matthew in the Infancy narrative before creating his own text for it. This purported error is compensated by the reference in Acts 5:37 to Judas the Galilean initiating his uprising "in the days of the census." This uprising is believed to have occurred in A.D. 6, and so further dates the decree of Caesar Augustus to that year. The interested reader will be able to find much literature discussing attempts to resolve this dating problem.[14] However, as of the present writing scholars remain totally unaware of the likelihood that the writer of Matthew altered the Herod Antipas of his source document into King Herod. Not only is the TJ verse consistent with the dating estimates from Luke, but it indicates a solution to the dating discrepancy so novel that it had not previously been mentioned in any literature I'm aware of. PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 4:1-11Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be

tempted by the devil Mt 4:1-11 1Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil... 8Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain, and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and the glory of them... 11Then the devil left him, and behold, angels came and ministered to him. TJ 3:33-4:51 33Behold, after these words Jmmanuel entered into the metallic light, which climbed into the sky, surrounded by fire and smoke, and passed over the lifeless sea, as the singing of the metallic light soon faded away. 34After that, Jmmanuel was no longer seen for forty days and forty nights... 4:4Thus, he lived for forty days and forty nights between the winds of the North and the West, where he received the arcanum (secrets) of knowledge. 5During this instruction period he spent his days with the wise saints of El and the guardian angels, the celestial sons... 51Thus they spoke, the celestial sons between the North and the West, before bringing Jmmanuel in the metallic light back to Israel, to the land of Galilee. TJ 3:33-4:51 33Siehe, nach diesen Worten begab sich Jmmanuel in das metallene Licht, das unter Feuer und Rauch in den Himmel stieg und uber das leblose Meer hinwegglitt, so also das Singen des metallenen Lichtes bald verstummte. 34Danach ward Jmmanuel vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte nicht mehr gesehen. ...4:4So lebte er vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte zwischen den Winden von Nord und West, wo er das Arkanum des Wissens empfing. 5Er verbrachte in Belehrung seine Tage bei den weisen Heiligen Gottes und bei den Wächterengeln, den Himmelssohnen. ...51So sprachen sie, die Himmelssöhne zwischen Nord und West, ehe sie Jmmanuel im metallenen Licht zurückbrachten nach Israel, ins galiläische Land also. THE PROBLEMS. This is the story of Jesus' temptation in the wilderness. Beare (p. 105) noted that, even symbolically, one probably should not think of the wilderness as the abode of the devil, which this story does. His abode was supposed to be in Hades. Beare also noted that the discussion between the devil and Jesus should not be likened to any real conversation. His particular criticisms of individual verses within the story are logical but too numerous to present here. Then there is the possible contradiction of God's spirit leading Jesus into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil himself, whereas Jesus (later) taught his followers to pray to their Father (God, who was also his Father) not to be led into temptation. We are not told if the Spirit knew that the devil would come and tempt Jesus, or if the Spirit just wanted Jesus to undergo 40 days without water or food. And one wonders where "the Spirit" went after it had turned Jesus over to the devil. Since it was the one who turned Jesus over, why did it not later pick him up after his 40-day ordeal rather than leave that task to the angels? But did the angels return Jesus to civilization, where he could learn of John's imprisonment, or not? When and how did the angels leave? Why are we not told any of this? The story has so many questionable or fictitious aspects to it that it is difficult to take it seriously. The title "Son of God" appears for the first time in Matthew within this section. One wonders why the writer did not introduce it earlier, within the Nativity section of Matthew, so as to emphasize the connection between the divine Sonship of Jesus and the miraculous conception.[1] SOLUTION. This TJ section (50 verses are omitted here) is very interesting reading, containing descriptions of the celestial sons and some of their marvels (which seem to have prompted Mt 4:8), a portrayal of El their leader, a brief summary of their history, distinctions between El and Creation, some prophecies for the human race and discussion of Jmmanuel's mission, among other things. However, it is almost as heretical today as it was 1,900 years ago, so that the compiler of Matthew had no orthodox choice but to omit it all in forming his gospel. He evidently considered it the work of the devil, and so substituted for it his story that Jesus was being tempted by the devil in the wilderness during the 40 days and nights. The Son of God title fit in well with the compiler's desire to show that Jesus could overcome the temptations presented by the devil, and outsmart him in quoting from the Scriptures. He did not introduce the title earlier, in the Nativity, probably because of his appreciation of the argument, already presented for him in the TJ, that Jmmanuel was descended from David and Abraham according to Jewish traditions of patriarchy. To call Jesus "Son of God" so soon after presenting him as the son of Mary could have been awkward. In the TJ, Jmmanuel is of course not called the Son of God, except once when Peter called him as much, mistaking his father to have been El rather than Gabriel. It is not particularly improbable that a literary hoaxer could recognize Mt 4:1-11 to be Matthean fiction, and thus not include it. However, the TJ must be read here to understand how improbable it is that a literary hoaxer could generate the 51 verses for which the Matthean pericope substitutes, and how probable that the writer of

Matthew would greatly abbreviate and alter it, since he could utilize scriptural verses from Exodus (34:28), Deuteronomy (6:13,16; 8:3) and Psalms (91:11-12). PHoax ? 0.1. It may be noticed that Mark (Mk 1:12-13) contains only a two-verse summary of the Temptation story. It is more plausible for a redactor to greatly abbreviate a story—in this case Matthew's 11 verses of the Temptation story—than to proceed in the opposite direction and build an 11-verse story out of a 2-verse summary. This is but one of many scores of reasons why we find it plausible that Matthew preceded Mark. It is consistent with the overall editorial profile of the writer of Mark that he greatly abbreviated the story because he felt its extensive Old Testament quotations would not be of interest to his gentile audience, and because he wanted his gospel to be different from the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 5:3 Blessed are the poor in spirit Mt 5:3 3"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." TJ 5:3 3"Blessed are those who are rich in consciousness and recognize the truth, for life is theirs." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 5:4 blessed are the peacemakers Mt 5:4 4"Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted."TJ 5:4 4"Blessed are those who endure hardship, for they shall thus recognize truth and be comforted."TJ 5:4 4«Selig sind die, die da Leid tragen, denn daraus erkennen sie die Wahrheit und sollen getröstet werden.» THE PROBLEM. If a person is to be blessed for mourning over some sorrow or misery, the reason for the blessing must consist of something more than just being comforted. Is the dedicated Christian supposed to go out of his way to look for occasions to mourn, so that he may be comforted by someone and thereby be blessed? There needs to be more to this beatitude for a teacher of wisdom to have spoken it. One may then suspect that the lack of substance here resulted from the writer of Matthew having altered his source for some reason. SOLUTION. In the TJ, the German word "Leid" is here translated as "hardship," although it may also be translated as "mourning." From the TJ verse we see that the blessing consists mainly of the experiencer or mourner having learned some important truth from whatever event caused his or her travail. For example, if one mourns over the death of a friend or family member, one may learn from it that death is an essential part of life in general, and that the wonders of life are to be appreciated while we possess it. Or one might learn that death is just a step into the beyond in a journey of innumerable steps for one's spirit. Learning such a truth at a deep level is then what brings the comfort. Those who have researched people's past lives generally recognize that it is frequently through the undergoing of tough experiences that one learns lessons that promote spiritual evolution. The writer of Matthew evidently did not want self-recognition of truth on the part of the individual to be a feature of the religion his gospel would espouse. In editing the TJ verse, he apparently utilized the last portion of Is 61:2, "to comfort all who mourn." On the other hand, the TJ verse would again require an undue amount of creative, enlightened thought for a hoaxer to have invented. PHoax ? 0.2. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 5:5 Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth Mt 5:5 5"Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth."TJ 5:5 5"Blessed are those balanced in consciousness, for they shall possess knowledge."TJ 5:5 5«Selig sind die bewusstseinsmässig Ausgeglichenen, denn sie werden das Wissen besitzen.» THE PROBLEM. As suspected by Floyd Filson, for example, this verse appears to be a redaction mostly because it is essentially a copy of a verse from a psalm:[3] Ps 37:11 But the meek shall possess the land, and delight themselves in abundant prosperity. And from a logical viewpoint we find the Matthean verse to be false, in that in 2,000 years of history we see no evidence that it is primarily the meek who inherit land. SOLUTION. Some Bible versions actually use the phrase "inherit the earth" in the first line of the verse from the psalm, which causes the unattributed borrowing of the verse by the compiler of Matthew to be even more apparent. His approval of the meek may have been due in part to his great respect for Moses, who is said to have been very meek (Nm 12:3). This TJ verse is deduced to be the parallel to the Matthean verse only by virtue of the obvious parallel verses on either side. It supports the correctness of

Filson's analysis. Its advice suggests that gaining important knowledge is accompanied by awareness of a proper balance between options or extremes. This could well be a truism, unlike the Matthean verse. PHoax ? 0.1. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 5:8 Blessed are the pure in heart Mt 5:8 8"Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God." TJ 5:8 8"Blessed are those who have a clear conscience, for they need not fear." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 5:14 You are the light of the world Mt 5:14 14"You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hid." TJ 5:14 14"You are the light of the world, and consider: The city that lies on top of a mountain cannot be hidden." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 5:25-26 make friends quickly with your accuser Mt 5:25-26 25"Make friends quickly with your accuser, while you are going with him to court, lest your accuser hand you over to the judge, and the judge to the guard, and you be put into prison; 26truly, I say to you, you will never get out till you have paid the last penny." TJ 5:25-26 25"Do not accommodate your adversaries if you are in the right, and the judge will probably have to decide in your favor. 26Truly, I say to you, you will attain justice only when you find it yourself and can make your fellow humans understand it." THE PROBLEM. Beare (p. 151) sensibly asked if the Matthean verses mean we are to placate our brother only for fear that he might otherwise invoke the law against us. He found this to be a "rather sordid motive" for seeking to settle a dispute with one's neighbor. SOLUTION. A person with any authority within the church would not have liked to see these TJ verses as part of his religion. They advise the accused in court to vouch for the truth no matter who the accusers are, and to rely upon one's own awareness, not necessarily the voices of authority, in deciding where justice lies. Hence the verses were targets for redaction by the compiler. The improbable degree of creativity needed by a literary hoaxer to have generated the TJ's verse out of Matthew's, plus the wisdom of the TJ's verses as opposed to Matthew's, suggest little chance of a hoax; PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 6:9-13 Lord's prayer Mt 6:9-13 9"Pray then like this: 'Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. 10Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, On earth as it is in heaven. 11Give us this day our daily bread; 12And forgive us our debts, As we also have forgiven our debtors; 13And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil.'" TJ 6:11-17 11"Therefore pray as one who knows, and thus pray as follows: 12'My spirit (consciousness), you exist within almightiness. 13May your name be holy. 14May your world incarnate itself within me. 15May your power unfold itself within me, on Earth and in the skies. 16Give me today my daily bread, that I may recognize my wrongdoings and the truth. 17And lead me not into temptation and confusion, but deliver me from error.'" THE PROBLEMS. The first verse of the Lord's Prayer, Mt 6:9, was criticized by Robert Funk, a leader in the scholar's group called the "Jesus Seminar," for its lack of logic. He noted that God's name was considered too holy to pronounce by Jews, while the title of "Father" is not at all holy. "It is difficult to conceive of circumstances under which Jesus would have referred to God as 'Father' and then turned around and said, 'May your name be sanctified.'"[2] Matthew's prayer is a group prayer, as seen by "Our Father," "our daily bread" and so forth. Yet, its preceding verses, Mt 6:5-6, apply to the individual, not to a group, and in Matthew they deal with praying in a room alone. Hence the collective format of the Lord's Prayer is inconsistent with these preliminary verses. Thus it was obvious to G. A. Wells, for example, that this passage can be traced to the group liturgical needs of early Christian communities.[3] Also, Beare (p. 175) pointed out that all the clauses within verses Mt 11-13 have parallels that derive from known Jewish prayers. In the clause "deliver us from evil" in Mt 6:13 it has been pointed out by Davies and Allison that a proper translation from the Greek is "deliver us from the evil one."[4] And they note that "the evil one" is a favorite expression or concept of the writer of Matthew, and occurs in

circumstances where it appears to be a redaction. Thus they deduce it to be a redaction here. (The RSV Bible just uses "evil," in order to make it more acceptable to modern worshipers, though they mention "evil one" in a footnote.) SOLUTION. The TJ verses show that its prayer is actually an invocation directed to one's own spirit or consciousness. That Jmmanuel would say the name of one's own spirit should be sanctified is consistent with his indignation in the TJ against those who belittle the spirit. Thus Funk's criticism does not apply to the TJ, from which we see that this particular problem can be classed as one of editorial "fatigue." I.e., the writer altered the TJ's "spirit" into a familiar, non-sacred word for "God" (father), then copied TJ 6:13 essentially intact, thereby causing the illogic noticed by Funk. In TJ 6:11, "Therefore pray as one who knows," or as "one who is knowledgeable," refers to the preceding five sentences. There it is emphasized how great and powerful one's spirit actually is and how to pray to its mighty power. The TJ prayer would have been heretical to the writer of Matthew for being directed to the spirit within instead of to the external Judeo-Christian God. In his editing to remove these heresies he likely borrowed a bit from Jewish prayers, as suggested by Beare, and perhaps for the reason suggested by Wells. That is, the liturgical reason of needing a prayer for the Christian church evidently prompted the compiler to make use of the TJ prayer by editing it into the collective format suitable for group use. The above Prayer-to-One's-Spirit in the TJ applies to the individual and does not suffer from the inconsistency mentioned above for the collective Lord's Prayer. In TJ 6:17 the one who prays asks his spirit to deliver him from error, not from the devil. Thus the objection of Davies and Allison does not apply to it. Avoiding error is often synonymous with making the proper decision, which is a challenging task, worthy of the help of prayer. When one fails at this, as we all do at times, the TJ indicates elsewhere (TJ 18:47-53) that we are meant to learn from our mistakes. In the TJ Prayer there is one point where there may be difficulty in following its meaning: What is the connection between receiving your daily bread and recognizing your wrongdoings? The interpretation that Eduard Meier received from his alien contactor, Semjase, is that receiving your daily bread refers to becoming aware each day of the spiritual power within, and to nourishing your spiritual knowledge after you have discerned your wrongdoings and overcome your faults that would stand in the way of recognizing truth. It is interesting that Christianity stresses God's forgiveness of your sins, while the TJ stresses recognizing what your wrongdoings are, so that you will learn from them and learn not to repeat them. The reader will notice that the usual conclusion to the Lord's Prayer is not present in the main text of Matthew, though it occurs within certain older Bible versions, for example, in the King James version: "For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen." This conclusion to the prayer is distrusted as genuine by most scholars, for one reason because of its close similarity to text in the Old Testament book of 1 Chronicles: 1 Chr 29:11 Thine, O LORD, is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty. Hence, the same scholars would conclude that the parallel TJ verse (6:18) is non-genuine: TJ 6:18 'For yours is the world within me and the power and the knowledge forever. Amen.' TJ 6:18 ‹Denn dein ist das Reich in mir und die Kraft und das Wissen in Ewigkeit. Amen›. However, the Lord's Prayer Conclusion does exist in some ancient Matthean manuscripts and thus occurs as a footnote in the RSV Bible. Moreover, it dates back to a rather early secondcentury text called the Didache, which may indicate that the earliest form of Matthew's gospel did contain this Conclusion. It, in turn, would have been suggested to the compiler of Matthew by the TJ text. The appearance of "world (or kingdom)" and "power" within the latter would have suggested the 1 Chronicles verse to him, from which he borrowed "glory" with which to replace the unwanted "knowledge" occurring in the TJ verse. The uniqueness of this prayer to one's spirit along with its compatibility with the rest of the entire TJ, plus the problems with Matthew that the TJ does not suffer, plus the plausibility that the last TJ verse ending in "Amen" prompted the long ending of the Lord's Prayer, suggest to me that PHoax is relatively small, i.e., ? 0.2. Since the TJ indicates that the writer of Luke had some access to the TJ, while implying that the original order of the Gospels was Mt-Mk-Lk, as in the Augustinian tradition, it may be asked why that writer did not include the prayer's Conclusion, assumed here to have been present in the early form of Matthew, in his own version of the Lord's Prayer (Lk 11:4). One plausible answer is that he was not fully in agreement with the prayer's theology; e.g., he felt that all power and glory should be shared between the Son of God and God, and not just restricted to God. The translator of Hebraic Matthew into Greek may, in fact, have felt the same way, and thus omitted it,

leaving the Conclusion to have been added back in later to only a very few surviving manuscripts. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 6:24b-25 You cannot serve God and mammon Mt 6:24b-25 24"...You cannot serve God and mammon. 25Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you shall eat or what you shall drink, nor about your body, what you shall put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing?"TJ 6:35-37 35"You cannot serve your consciousness and mammon. 36Therefore I say to you: concern yourself about the knowledge of your conscousness, and around that, what you eat and drink and be concerned about your body and what you put on. 37For are not the spirit, life and body more important than all the treasures of the world?"TJ 6:35-37 35«Ihr könnt nicht eurem Bewusstsein dienen und dem Mammon. 36Darum sage ich euch: Sorget euch um das Wissen eures Bewusstsein, und um das, was ihr essen und trinken werdet, und sorget euch um euren Leib, was ihr anziehen werdet. 37Denn sind nicht der Geist, das Leben und der Leib mehr als alle Schätze der Welt?» THE PROBLEMS. Verse 25 does not follow from 24b, though it starts with "Therefore." It does not tell what to do to serve God, only what not to do in order to avoid taking care of one's body. And Matthean verse 25 is self-contradictory, since with life being more than just food, etc., one has reason to be concerned with taking care of one's life. The verse requires considerable interpretation—adding words that are not present or implied within the context of Mt 6:25-34— before one can come to the practical conclusion (Beare, p. 186) that it means everyone, not just the destitute, should not be anxious or concerned about providing food for the table, etc. The Greek word involved here (???? ????) includes the meaning of being either anxious or concerned. It is also noted that at this point in Matthew, one has not yet reached Jesus' teaching that what goes into the mouth is not what defiles a man (Mt 15:11). Instead, in Mt 5:17-18 one finds that Jesus has urged full compliance with the (Jewish) law and the prophets; this included strict measures on what to eat and what not to eat; i.e., being concerned about what to eat. SOLUTION. In editing these TJ verses, the writer of Matthew evidently wished to negate the thought of being concerned about gaining knowledge for one's spirit to accumulate. In so doing, he negated too much, by negating concern about the body that houses one's spirit and life itself. In the TJ verses, one should notice that the means by which to take care of one's body should not be mistaken for "mammon," which means material wealth and riches in excess of one's needs. This is made clear in TJ 6:37 above. Thus this pericope falls into the definition of Matthean "fatigue". The redactor inserted the negative particle into the TJ text he was following, then followed the remainder of the TJ verse a bit too closely. This caused the above illogicalities. The fact that the TJ verses do not suffer from any of these problems, have a unique message, yet show parallelism with the Matthean passage altogether indicates a low probability of a hoax. PHoax ? 0.2. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 6:34 ODDS + do not be anxious about tomorrow (see below for hoax odds ... 1/16,000 so far) Mt 6:34 34"Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Let the day's own trouble be sufficient for the day."TJ 6:53-54 53"Therefore, take care for the next day, for tomorrow will not take care of you by itself. 54It is enough that each day has its own misery, therefore you must not also be at the mercy of the need for your physical welfare."TJ 6:53-54 53«Darum sorget für den andern Morgen, denn der morgige Tag wird nicht alleine für euch sorgen. 54Es ist genug, dass jeder Tag seine eigene Plage habe, also ihr euch nicht noch in Not des leiblichen Wohles erbarmen müsst.» THE PROBLEM. The Matthean verse makes no sense in today's societies, and as W. D. Davies has pointed out,[6] the saying would also strike the wiser Jewish leaders of even two millennia ago as "very much lacking in common sense." Beare (p. 188) noted that most Gospel analysts regard the verse as a Matthean addition, and he agrees. SOLUTION. We may conjecture that the TJ verse, along with its immediate predecessors, was considered threatening to the compiler, in implying that the individual may rightfully take matters into his or her own hands and not rely just on God and church. He could make this fit his theology here simply by adding a negative and omitting the last part of the TJ verse. It is of some interest to sample how critical scholars rationalize these Matthean verses (6:25-34) that are lacking in normal intelligence, without overly offending Christian sensitivities. Davies and Allison remark that the passage "is, obviously, not filled to

overflowing with level-headed common sense. But then faith and worldly knowledge often go their separate ways."[7] From the TJ we see, however, that Jmmanuel taught both worldly wisdom and spiritual wisdom. A true wisdom teacher does both, and is not a "flake."It would be a huge stretch to imagine that a New Age literary hoaxer who was intent upon altering Matthew into a set of spiritual teachings, and who believed in "contemplating his navel," would instead urge a balanced approach involving both spiritual wisdom and worldly wisdom. PHoax ? 0.25. Upon accumulating the estimated probabilities that the TJ is a hoax from just the TJ-Mt 6 verse comparisons above, one finds a summary probability of PHoax = 6.3 x 10-5, i.e., odds of roughly one in sixteen thousand. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 7:28-29 ODDS + the crowds were astonished at his teaching Mt 7:28-29 28And when Jesus finished these sayings, the crowds were astonished at his teaching, 29for he taught them as one who had authority, and not as their scribes. TJ 7:32-33 32And it happened that after Jmmanuel had finished his talk, the people were shocked by his teachings. 33He taught with full power a new doctrine unlike that of the scribes. TJ 7:32-33 32Und es begab sich, da Jmmanuel diese Rede vollendet hatte, entsetzte sich das Volk über seine Lehre. 33Er lehrte nämlich mit Vollmacht eine neue Lehre, und dies nicht wie die Schriftgelehrten. THE PROBLEM. The crowds would have been astonished over what Jesus had taught, not over the degree of authority with which he taught them. It goes without saying that a teacher needs a certain degree of authority about him to command the attention of listeners, and this in itself would not cause astonishment. Thus Mt 7:29 is quite implausible, suggesting it involves a redaction. SOLUTION. TJ 7:33 lets us know that what had astonished the people (not the crowds), or had even shocked them, had been his teachings themselves. They were different than what they had heard before. How to pray to one's spirit or consciousness rather than to Yahweh is one example of what likely had shocked them. The use of the word "Creation" ("Briya" in Aramaic) rather than "Creator" ("Bare" in Aramaic) in describing attributes of the ultimate mystery rather than of a personal God, must have been another. Although the compiler of Matthew seems to have gone along with some of Jmmanuel's verbal chastisement of scribes (and Pharisees), he evidently did not wish to imply that their teachings had been erroneous and in need of replacement by a new doctrine. The differences between the two verses are quite small. Yet the difference that caused the problem pointed out above is a telling one, as the problem is not mentioned in any scholarly literature I am aware of. Perhaps only in hindsight could it have been detected. A literary hoaxer is thus very unlikely to have thought of it, while the omission of "a new doctrine" by the writer of Matthew is as to have been expected. PHoax ? 0.15. Upon accumulating the estimated probabilities that the TJ is a hoax from just the TJ-Mt 7 verse comparisons above, one finds a cumulative probability of PHoax = 0.00094. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 9:5-6 your sins are forgiven Mt 9:5-6 5"For which is easier to say, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Rise and walk'? 6But that you may know that the Son of man has authority on earth to forgive sins"—he then said to the paralytic—"Rise, take up your bed and go home."TJ 9:5-6 5"Yet, what is easier, to say, 'Your faith has helped you,' or, 'Stand up and walk?' 6So that you may know that I am a person like you and yet know how to use the power of my consciousness through my knowledge, I command the paralytic, 'Get up, pick up your bed and go home.'"TJ 9:56 5«Doch was ist leichter zu sagen: Dein Vertrauen hat dir geholfen, oder zu sagen: Stehe auf und wandle? 6Auf dass ihr aber wisset, dass ich ein Mensch bin wie ihr seid, dass ich aber die Kraft meines Bewusstseins durch mein Wissen zu nutzen weiss, so befehle ich dem Gichtbrüchigen: ‹Stehe auf, hebe dein Bett und gehe heim!›» THE PROBLEMS. Concerning 9:6, Beare (p. 222) concluded beyond doubt that the Matthean verse is an editorial addition having the purpose of establishing the precedent for the church to exercise the power of absolution (forgiving sins). In view of this objection, and that already expressed in discussion of Mt 9:2, the sentence: "Your sins are forgiven" can be nothing other than a part of the compiler's redactive theme. Also, where is there any astonishment or puzzlement over the mention or meaning of Son of man? Surely the crowd would have exhibited much wonder over that unless the phrase is just an editorial falsification. Instead, the

crowds exhibit fear (two verses later) as if they had understood what the "Son of man" referred to, while the best of today's scholars cannot even agree on its meaning. SOLUTION. The TJ cognates, in dealing with the power of Jmmanuel's spirit or consciousness, are seen to have nothing to do with forgiving sins, and indicate that Beare was correct. Here Jmmanuel indicated that it was the power of his own consciousness plus the man's own trust in the power of his consciousness that had effected the cure. He also tells the scribes he is no god, in performing this mighty act, but a man like them. Presumably Jmmanuel's first question was the more difficult one for a healer to have posed, because the healer must previously have demonstrated his abilities many times over in order for the ailing person to have learned that he could place complete trust in the healer. It is of particular interest that the Matthean verse reads "Son of man" just where the TJ has "I am a person like you." This appears to be the spot where the compiler, in his editing and formation of Matthew, first decided to utilize the "Son of man" phrase, as he certainly could not let stand the TJ's heretical words, "I am a person like you." However, he decided to use it in a somewhat subtle or enigmatic manner in which Jesus does not come right out and admit he is the Son of man. The compiler would then be "correcting" the TJ account involving the power of his spirit while reinforcing the idea that Jesus was the Messiah, since the mystical title "son of man" occurs repeatedly in the Book of Enoch ( 1 Enoch or the Ethopian Enoch), where the Son of man was a figure who was the "chosen one" of the "Lord of Spirits." He would also have known about this same Son of man from Dn 7:13, where it applies to a person of messianic qualities who arrived with "the clouds of heaven" and who was given dominion, glory and kingdom. This solution to the "Son of man" problem is supported by the fact that only once before this verse (at Mt 8:20) did the compiler utilize the phrase, whereas he utilized it 30 times from this point onwards. This is despite the fact that "I" as spoken by Jesus in Matthew occurs 24 times before that point without the phrase having been substituted for it. The "Son of man" phrase moreover appears to be anachronistic. We have no evidence that it was ever applied to Jesus until the Gospel of Matthew came out. In all of Paul's epistles, he never once applied the phrase to Jesus. And in the epistles of Ignatius half a century later the phrase is never used as a title for Jesus. (We find elsewhere that Matthew was not written until some time after Ignatius's death.) This solution also explains the awkward wording of Matthew wherein the narrator has to break into Jesus' speech to explain "he then said to the paralytic." Its writer did not wish Jesus to come right out and admit he was the Son of man, which would have been the result if he had forced Jesus to speak of himself as the Son of man once again in the same sentence, or if he had continued in the TJ's vein and used "I" at this point. Therefore he broke in as the narrator so that he could express it as "he said."We have much evidence here that Matthew is not genuine. We also see that if a literary hoaxer had been involved, the chances are exceedingly slim that he could have foreseen these Matthean problems, fix them up without introducing new problems, and in so doing use wording that explains what prompted the writer of Matthew to start using the "Son of man" expression. Instead, we observe here precisely why and how the writer of Matthew altered the TJ to produce verses acceptable to him. PHoax ? 0.1. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 10:7 kingdom of heaven is at hand Mt 10:7 7"And preach as you go, saying, 'The kingdom of heaven is at hand.'" TJ 10:7 7"Go out and preach and say, 'The laws of nature are the laws of Creation, and the power of the Creational consciousness within human beings embodies life.'" Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 10:10 take no gold, nor silver, nor copper in your belts Mt 10:9-10 9"Take no gold, nor silver, nor copper in your belts, 10no bag for your journey, nor two tunics, nor sandals, nor a staff; for the laborer deserves his food." TJ 10:9-13 9"You shall not amass gold, silver or copper in your belts. 10Also, on your travels you shall not take large bags with you in which to carry food, water and clothing. 11Go on your way with only the bare essentials for eating and sleeping, for keeping yourselves clean, and for a change of clothing. 12Never carry too much with you, because you would only burden yourselves and become welcome victims of waylaying bandits. 13Remember furthermore, all labor is worthy of its reward, and you will not be wanting if you diligently preach and teach the true knowledge."

Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 10:22 he who endures to the end will be saved Mt 10:22 22"and you will be hated by all for my name's sake. But he who endures to the end will be saved." TJ 10:33 33"And you will come to be hated for the sake of my teachings. But those who persevere to the end will be great." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 10:28 do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul Mt 10:28 28"And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell." TJ 10:42 42"Do not be afraid of evil slander, nor fear those who take life and limb." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 10:29-31 are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Mt 10:29-31 29"Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground without your Father's will... 31Fear not, therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows." TJ 16:45-46 45"Behold, there was a little bird that circled at great heights and sang, rejoicing about life, when a strong gust of wind came and made it waver. It then suddenly doubted its power to fly, plummeted down and was killed. 46Therefore, never doubt the power of your consciousness and never doubt your knowledge and ability when logic proves to you the law of Creation in truth and correctness." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 10:34 sword of knowledge Mt 10:34 34"Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword."TJ 10:43-44 43"Do not think that I have come to bring peace on Earth. 44Truly, I have not come to bring peace, but the sword of knowledge about the power of the consciousness, which dwells within the human being."TJ 10:43-44 43«Ihr sollet nicht wähnen, dass ich gekommen sei, Frieden zu bringen auf die Erde. 44Wahrlich, ich bin nicht gekommen Frieden zu bringen, sondern das Schwert des Wissens um die Kraft des Bewusstseins, der dem Menschen innewohnet.» THE PROBLEM. Without any qualification of this "sword," this is a contradiction of other teachings within Matthew. In particular, it contradicts Mt 26:52 where a defending swordsman is commanded by Jesus to put his sword back in place. Anticipating the following two verses, one can interpret this sword to be an instrument of dividing families, if desired. However, such a metaphor would be misleading, if delivered by a teacher of wisdom, since the sword is a symbol of settling disputes by violence and bloodshed—not a symbol of generating dissension. Also, the same problem concerning "I have come..." discussed under verse Mt 5:17 exists here. SOLUTION. The qualification that was attached to this "sword" by Jmmanuel—the sword of knowledge regarding the power of the human spirit or consciousness—was totally unacceptable to the writer of Matthew, who omitted it without bothering to think up a substitute qualifier. The same solution to the "I have come" problem as discussed under Mt 5:17 applies here. Jmmanuel had learned his purpose for being incarnated, or reincarnated, into his life at that time. Where would Jmmanuel have picked up the phrase "sword of knowledge"? It is known from the Bhagavad Gita, the famous Hindu writing believed to have originated as early as 200 B.C.,[9] and later interpolated into the Mahabharata. In Chapter 4, Verse 42 of the Bhagavad Gita we read: “O Arjuna, with the sword of knowledge cut away all doubt of the self, that is born of ignorance and resides in your heart.” According to K. Klostermaier, "In the opinion of most scholars today, the Bhagavadgita in its major portions antedates [predates] the Christian era."[10] It is likely, therefore, that Jmmanuel picked up the phrase while studying under Hindu gurus during the "lost years" of his youth in India, before commencing his Palestinian ministry, as he would most certainly have then read and studied the Bhagavad Gita. A discussion of the likelihood of this possibility by its originator, Dietmar Rothe, may be found here. The hoax hypothesis is in serious trouble here, as the chances are slim that any hoaxer, if one had noticed the Matthean problems, could have conceived of how to eliminate them so eloquently and in such good consonance with the rest of the TJ's philosophy. On the other hand, the motivations for the Matthean redactor to have altered TJ 10:44 in the manner displayed are clear. PHoax ? 0.15.

Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 12:14 pharisees went out and took counsel against him Mt 12:14 14But the Pharisees went out and took counsel against him, how to destroy him. TJ 13:23 23Then the Pharisees went out and held counsel about him, on how they could destroy him, since he made known their lies and erroneous teachings in front of the people. TJ 13:23 23Da gingen die Pharisäer hinaus und hielten einen Rat über ihn, wie sie ihn umbrächten, da er also ihre Lügen und irren Lehren vor dem Volke kundtat. THE PROBLEM. It's not at all likely that Jesus' act of healing a man with a withered hand on the sabbath would be sufficiently provocative to cause Pharisees to plot how to have Jesus killed. It was not forbidden to enter a synagogue on the sabbath, nor to speak on the sabbath. All Jesus had done, in performing his wonderful deed, was speak a simple instruction to the man in the synagogue. That in itself would not have violated the commandment of doing no work on the sabbath. And since the Pharisees had asked Jesus if it was lawful to heal on the sabbath, not told him it wasn't, a verbal response that it was OK to do good on the sabbath should not have been sufficient cause for them to jump to the conclusion that he should be killed. SOLUTION. We see from the TJ verse that what had most angered the Pharisees was Jmmanuel's speaking in front of the people about the Pharisees' teachings being false. Beyond that, however, the writer of Matthew had omitted some five preceding TJ verses in which Jmmanuel excoriated the Pharisees for their lack of understanding and their teachings on keeping the sabbath day holy. This very strong denunciation of them in front of the people in the synagogue, not reproduced in Matthew, is what enraged the Pharisees on this occasion. The chances are really slim here that a literary hoaxer could have foreseen this little known objection, and have inserted text that avoids it in so realistic a manner. PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 14:1-4a At that time Herod the tetrarch heard about the fame of Jesus Mt 14:1-4a 1At that time Herod the tetrarch heard about the fame of Jesus; 2and he said to his servants, "This is John the Baptist, he has been raised from the dead; that is why these powers are at work in him." 3For Herod had seized John and bound him and put him in prison, for the sake of Herodias, his brother Philip's wife; 4because John said to him... TJ 16:1-4a 1At the time when Jmmanuel was staying in Nazareth, news about him reached Herodes. 2And he spoke to his people, "Surely this is Johannes the Baptist, who has arisen from the dead and who therefore possesses such mighty powers." 3For Herod had seized Johannes, bound him and put him into prison because of Herodias, the wife of his brother Philippus, and had him beheaded. 4However it had come to pass previously that Johannes reprimanded Herod, saying,... TJ 16:1-4a 1Zu der Zeit, als Jmmanuel in Nazareth weilte, drang die Kunde über ihn vor zu Herodes. 2Und er sprach zu seinen Leuten: «Das ist sicher Johannes der Täufer; der ist von den Toten auferstanden, deshalb wirken in ihm solche Kräfte.» 3Denn Herodes hatte Johannes gegriffen, gebunden und in das Gefangnis gelegt wegen der Herodias, der Frau seines Bruders Philippus, und hatte ihm den Kopf abschlagen lassen. 4Es begab sich zuvor aber so, dass Johannes ihn rugte und sprach:... THE PROBLEM. In the opening verse to the episode of Herod the tetrarch and the beheading of John the Baptist, "At that time" is unnecessarily vague. It must refer to the time frame of the preceding Matthean verse or later, and so it refers to the end of Jesus' visit to Nazareth, or to some time afterwards. The preceding verse, Mt 13:58, states that Jesus "did not do many mighty works there," which indicates that his visit to Nazareth was then over. In either case, the events of the following 12 verses do not appear to be a flashback, which they otherwise may seem to be. That is, there would not have been sufficient time for these events, including the burying of John's body by his disciples and their seeking out of Jesus, to have taken place after Jesus left Nazareth. At least,this seems to have been the reasoning of W. G. Kümmel, who criticized the compiler of Matthew for not noticing that the beheading episode, plus the actions taken by John's disciples, were a flashback, and not allowing for it in his editing.[1] Similarly, it is concluded by D. A. Carson that either verses 3-12 are an excursus (an addition as an afterthought) or else the chronology of that section is wrong.[2] SOLUTION. With TJ 16:1, the time referred to is clearly during Jmmanuel's stay in Nazareth. The TJ's use of the words "was staying" (or alternatively "dwelled" ("weilte")) suggests he was there several days or perhaps weeks, and not just passing through. It was during this time, then, that Herod heard of

Jmmanuel and the miracles he had wrought earlier. TJ 16:3-17a constitutes the actual flashback, which is clearly initiated with the words, "However it had come to pass previously...", and so Kümmel's criticism does not apply to the TJ. Herod evidently thought that the spirit of the dead John might be inhabiting the body of Jmmanuel. The end of the minor flashback brings the reader back to the existent time, through the time required for John's disciples to bury the body and then locate and travel to Jmmanuel in Nazareth. The writer of Matthew omitted the anticipatory mention of Herod having John beheaded in TJ 16:3, probably for the reasons expressed under the discussion of Mt 14:9; this gospel writer did not wish to denigrate Herod Antipas any more than necessary. In the earlier discussion of Mt 13:54 we noted the attention paid by Beare (p. 319) to the peculiar lack of mention of Nazareth. Mt 14:1 above is another example of the compiler's avoidance of the word, and explains his motivation for the redaction. That is, he was "punishing" Nazareth for its inhabitants' unbelief in Jesus' healing powers by omitting mention of the town's name in this section of Matthew. However, his avoidance of it at Mt 14:1 compounded Matthew's flashback problem. In considering the TJ-hoax hypothesis, one can only wonder how a hoaxer would have been perceptive and creative enough to realize that omission of "Nazareth," along with omission of the anticipatory mention of John's beheading, caused the flashback problem. Only with hindsight does this become apparent. Indeed, a New Age hoaxer would not likely even have been aware of the flashback problem. On top of this, we find reasonable cause why the writer of Matthew did not wish to write down the name "Nazareth" at this point in his gospel. PHoax ? 0.1. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 15:12 do you know that the Pharisees were offended Mt 15:12 12Then the disciples came and said to him, "Do you know that the Pharisees were offended when they heard this saying?" TJ 17:13-14 13Thereupon his disciples came to him and said, "Are you aware that the scribes and Pharisees were offended by your words when they heard them? 14They went out to bear witness against you and to have you killed because of your teachings." THE PROBLEM. Just before this point Jesus had been telling the Pharisees and scribes to their faces that they had made void the word of God; then he called them hypocrites. Yet they were not mentioned to have taken any offense at it. Instead, after the scribes and Pharisees had apparently gone off and Jesus had called some other people around him to tell them that it's what comes out of a man's mouth that defiles him, not what goes in, then when word of this reached the Pharisees they were offended, so his disciples told him. This makes no sense, because Jesus' more vitriolic statements had been the ones he spoke directly to the Pharisees. What goes into or comes out of a man's mouth (Mt 15:11) could be proper food and words, respectively, as well as not, and does not directly accuse Pharisees of anything. If, however, Mt 15:11 had been a substitute for a much more offensive saying to Pharisees, then their taking offense when they heard of it, and not on the prior occasion, would become plausible. By this time the disciples would have been well aware that whenever Jesus spoke to or about Pharisees, he did not have good things to say about them, but rather things that they could take offense at. And Jesus would have known it. So why would the disciples have bothered to report the Pharisees' displeasure to him this time? SOLUTION. As we saw in the preceding segment, what Jmmanuel told the people that caused the Pharisees to take offense had not been any general defilement statement, but the accusation that their teachings were false and untruthful. This indeed explains their having taken offense to the point of witnessing against Jmmanuel and urging his death, considering that their thoughts had previously run along similar lines (Mt 12:14). It was the fact that the Pharisees in question had translated their antagonism into initial action, then, that prompted the disciples to report this to Jmmanuel. A probable reason why the writer of Matthew omitted this information is that a couple sentences later, Jmmanuel is quoted as saying, "Let us go away, so that the henchmen ["Schergen"] remain without booty" (see TJ 17:17, below). Upon omitting this latter statement so as to avoid the appearance of Jesus being cowardly, the writer omitted also the news that the scribes and Pharisees were seeking to have him killed. Otherwise, he would have had to explain how Jesus had escaped from being killed. Also, the compiler of Matthew here, as elsewhere, is seen to have avoided mentioning that what Jesus or Jmmanuel taught stood in opposition to what the Pharisees taught from the Torah, since this writer himself apparently still believed strongly in most of the Torah. One notices also that Matthew does not contain the TJ's

"and scribes" here. Rather than just being an oversight on the part of the writer of Matthew, it is likely he didn't wish to include scribes, which he himself quite likely was or had been, in with those who wished to kill Jmmanuel/Jesus. So, reading ahead a sentence, he omitted "and scribes" from Mt 15:12 and then decided not to include TJ 17:14 at all, which indicts the Pharisees as well of planning this most horrible deed. The Matthean account is not historically reasonable while the TJ account is; furthermore, it is plausible that the writer of Matthew would have omitted the relevant TJ verses that were objectionable and which caused the problem. It is implausible that a literary hoaxer would have recognized this hitherto unknown problem. PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 16:26 For what will it profit a man Mt 16:26 26"For what will it profit a man, if he gains the whole world and forfeits his life? Or what shall a man give in return for his life?" TJ 18:38-39 38"What would it profit them if they should gain the whole world, yet still damage their consciousness? 39Or, how can one help one's consciousness if unable to think?"TJ 18:38-39 38«Was hülfe es dem Menschen, wenn er die ganze Welt gewönne und nähme doch Schaden an seinem Bewusstsein? 39Oder was kann der Mensch helfen seinem Bewusstsein, wenn er des Denkens nicht mächtig ist?» THE PROBLEMS. Here there is a lack of any definite meaning. In order to make sense out of the first half of the Matthean verse, one needs to replace "life" with "soul," because obviously there would be no profit to gaining the greatest of material possessions if one were then to die right away. However, the underlying Greek text does permit the Greek ???? or "psyche" to be translated as "soul" here as an alternative to "life." But what then is the meaning of forfeiting one's soul? Matthew's Jesus didn't teach that one could lose one's soul, rather that one's soul could end up (apparently along with a resurrected body) in an eternal fiery hell, as in Mt 5:22. The possible exception is Mt 10:28, which speaks of taking heed to avoid someone who can kill your body and soul both. However, in the present verse the implication is that an excess of material riches, not a person who can kill souls, will cause one to lose one's soul (or life). The second half of the verse contains other problems. If "soul" is used there, what is the meaning of "in return" or "in exchange" for his soul? I.e., the man presumably already has a soul or he wouldn't be alive; thus he need take no action to have his soul "returned" or "exchanged." And if he were to "give" something in return for his life, whatever it might be, to whom would he give it? Ambiguities of this nature are much more likely to have arisen from an editor who altered his source text than from a wise teacher who was known as such by his disciples and by the people. SOLUTION. The writer of Matthew had to edit the TJ very heavily here, because the concept that one's consciousness is essential for learning truths for oneself and for evolving in spirit was unacceptable to him and to the church. The result of this editing was, once again, ambiguity or illogic. The editing was so heavy, relative to TJ 18:39, that its Matthean cognate is recognizable as being such only by virtue of its location with respect to preceding, parallel TJ text, and by its word "Or" and subject "man" or "one" ("Mensch" in German). Would a literary hoaxer have perceived any of the Matthean problems and then proceed to eliminate them without showing any signs of having done so for the sake of redaction? And would a New Age hoaxer raise the issue of consciousness and its importance in the process of learning? The answer is "unlikely" on both counts. PHoax ? 0.15. It may be mentioned that the German form of the TJ refers in these verses to the individual and his consciousness in the quest for truth and knowledge, which has been expressed in the more cumbersome, plural form in English to avoid the restriction of gender designation. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 19:30 But many that are first will be last, and the last first. Mt 19:30 30"But many that are first will be last, and the last first." TJ 20:33 33"Many will be first among the human species because they will think as human beings in their deluded teachings, but they will be last in spiritual knowledge and small in their wisdom." THE PROBLEM. Even within the context of its preceding verses, this statement of Matthew lacks normal logic, since once the first becomes last, it says he would be first again, and vice versa, in an endless cycle of flip-flops. To make sense of it, one must interpret the switch from first to last, or from last to first, to take place only once per person, at most. In that case, the switch is usually assumed to take place between one's death and one's supposed future resurrected state. However, many Christians,

including some theologians, using mainly the Gospel of John, have construed any such future state to be the present. This they summarize as "Eternity is now."[5] In that case, not even the first interpretation is satisfactory. Davies & Allison refer to this as a "reversal aphorism," and note that such was common within near eastern wisdom literature, such as in "the serf becomes an owner of serfs."[6] However, the saying of Mt 19:30 is a generalization that contains a double reversal. If the "serf" example were extended in this manner, it would read, "serfs become owners of serfs, and owners of serfs become serfs." This would render its meaning valueless, as there were many more serfs than owners of serfs, just as there are many more who are of lowly estate than are rich; neither aphorism could be considered a piece of wisdom literature. Yet, since the writer of Matthew used the same expression again (at Mt 20:16), he must have held some interpretation for his redaction that he liked, such as, "The rich/proud will be last in heaven, and the poor/humble will be first," whatever his view had been of different levels of rank within heaven. SOLUTION. In contrast, the TJ statement, from which the compiler seems to have drawn, is self-explanatory. In stripping away its unacceptable portions, the compiler left only nonsense behind, requiring heavy interpretation to make any sense. It is quite easy for an editor to work in this direction of condensing a verse, though illogic sometimes results, as in this instance. It is much more difficult for a literary hoaxer to work in the opposite direction and end up with meaningful text. Hence open-minded scholars might find this TJ verse impressive evidence against the hoax hypothesis for that reason. PHoax ? 0.1. The TJ does not seem to be teaching that humanism, or secular humanism, is wrong per se, only that it is an incomplete philosophy due to its ignorance of the spiritual world. As a redaction, the theme of Mt 19:30 may have gained much favor within the clergy because it discourages those having little authority within the church or state (those who are "last") from challenging those who are in authority (those who are "first"). It encourages the humble to remain humble. Upon accumulating the estimated probabilities that the TJ is a hoax from just the TJ 20-Mt 19 verse comparisons above, one finds a cumulative probability of PHoax = 0.014. It should perhaps be reiterated that this represents the cumulative probability derived from this chapter's individual probability estimates, based upon the hypothesis that either the writer of Matthew utilized the TJ or a literary hoaxer wrote the TJ based upon Matthew. The situation is taken to be one or the other, since that is what not refers to in the question: Is the TJ a hoax or not? If the reader's mind should happen to be fixed upon the assumption that Matthew depends upon some other textual document(s), namely the Gospel of Mark and/or"Q," then his mind obviously would not be open to the possibility that the TJ could be anything but a hoax. Such readers are directed to summaries showing the dependence of Mark upon Matthew. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 21:44 he who falls on this stone will be broken to pieces Mt 21:44 44"And he who falls on this stone will be broken to pieces; but when it falls on any one, it will crush him." TJ 22:48 48"The burden of the Israelite people will be like a heavy stone of the seven Great Ages. Whosoever falls upon this stone will be smashed to pieces, and whosoever it falls upon will be crushed." THE PROBLEM. This Matthean verse is left out of the main text of many Bibles, although the textual evidence supporting it is overwhelming.[7] Yet Beare (p. 425) and others note that it is seemingly misplaced in Matthew, since if it had come a verse earlier it could more easily be connected with the "cornerstone" from the citation of Psalms 118, as occurs in Lk 20:18. Even then, however, Beare observed that a cornerstone is expected to be solidly in place within a building, and not lying loose where someone could trip over it or where it could fall on someone. Because the verse seems misplaced, the Greek text that scholars favor has relegated the verse to a footnote (or to the critical apparatus). SOLUTION. This TJ verse follows another one, not paralleled in Matthew, warning the chief priests, scribes and elders of the penalties to accrue both to them and to the Israelites if they disregard the true laws of El. There was nothing that the compiler of Matthew could do with such a verse but omit it, since it speaks of God as being an overseer of certain human populations. By the omission also of the unacceptable first half of TJ 22:48, but with the retention of the rest of it, the "stone" verse (Mt 21:44) didn't make sense. Thus, the TJ verse and context give a karmic explanation to this harsh verse, and the reference is to a different stone than a cornerstone—a "heavy stone of the seven Great Ages." These seven Great Ages are given a context and meaning in the TJ's 32nd chapter. The TJ verse is especially strong confirmation of the TJ's

genuineness. Not only does it form a part of Jmmanuel's theme of the karmic burden the Jewish people would have to face, but it is an almost impossibly brilliant solution to this "stone" problem for any hoaxer to have created. This solution to the problem is not to be found in any previous literature, yet is a solution fully consistent with the TJ's teachings. PHoax ? 0.1. Regarding the appearance of Mt 21:44 in Luke, there are at least two possibilities. First, the writer of Luke noticed that it was out of place in Matthew, but that it could make some sort of sense if he placed it right after his "cornerstone" verse. The second, less likely possibility is that the writer of Matthew had omitted it, but the writer of Luke utilized it at the time he had access to the TJ; later, a scribe assimilated it into Matthew from Luke, but misplaced it by one verse. Upon accumulating the individual probabilities for hoax listed above for this chapter (Mt 21 and TJ 22), we obtain a probability for hoax of only 0.00011. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 23:13 woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites Mt 23:13 13"But woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you shut the kingdom of heaven against men; for you neither enter yourselves, nor allow those who would enter to go in." TJ 24:15-16 15"Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you deceivers, hypocrites and swindlers who block the development of people's spirits and consciousness with your lies and false teachings. 16You will not achieve advancement easily, and through your erroneous teachings you deprive those who wish to advance from doing so."TJ 24:15-16 15«Wehe euch, Schriftgelehrte und Pharisäer, ihr Betrüger, Heuchler und Schwindler, die ihr den Menschen den geistigen und bewusstseinsmässigen Fortschritt verschliesset mit euren Lügen und Falschlehren. 16Ihr werdet den Fortschritt so leicht nicht erringen, und die ihn erringen wollen, haltet ihr durch eure irren Lehren davon ab.» THE PROBLEM. Beare (pp. 452-453), like most other Christian scholars, did not appreciate this and the other "Woes," considering them to be vituperation best blamed on the compiler of Matthew. But here he objected to this one's difficulty of interpretation. No clues are given as to the means by which scribes and Pharisees "shut" the kingdom of heaven from others; this would have bewildered Jesus' listeners. This may be contrasted with other Woes in which the meaning is apparent, such as Mt 23:23, where "mint and dill and cummin," and "justice and mercy and faith" are spelled out. SOLUTION. The TJ verse, however, makes instant sense if the scribes and Pharisees were guilty of false teachings as charged by Jmmanuel. Teachings of resurrection, for example, can block out interest in the evolution of one's spirit. It may certainly be questioned, from the TJ viewpoint of much first-round editing by the compiler of Matthew who was of Jewish background, why he left any of the Woe passages in. Doubtless he had been a Pharisee himself some decades earlier, but after converting to Messianic Judaism (i.e., early Christianity) no longer felt much sympathy towards the Pharisees, and so left most of the verses in, while softening their harshest aspects. At the time of the compilation of Matthew the church is usually believed to have still been undergoing the split away from Judaism. The compiler seems to have been trying to delete or replace the minimum amount of TJ text necessary to remove heresy and offensive statements, as discussed earlier (see under the Mt 10:23 segment), and so allowed unpleasantries to remain in if they did not seriously oppose Jewish teachings that he felt Christianity could retain. However, two of the 10 TJ Woes do not appear in Matthew, and a third appears in a considerably different form as Mt 23:14, a verse usually displayed only as a footnote.[4] Of the two omitted TJ Woe passages, one deals with scribes and Pharisees being blind leaders of a hoard of blind. The other, which immediately follows the Woe about hypocrites building tombs for the prophets, concerns the folly of their calling upon the dead for advice. It is practically out of the question that a literary hoaxer could have foreseen Francis Beare's (1981) objection here and then construct the TJ's explanation as to how the scribes and Pharisees "shut the kingdom... against men." PHoax ? 0.1. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 24:5 For many will come in my name Mt 24:5 5"For many will come in my name, saying, 'I am the Christ,' and they will lead many astray." TJ 25:8 8"That is, many deceivers and false prophets will come in my name and say, 'I am Jmmanuel, and I am the sign of the time,' and they will mislead many."

Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 24:13 But he who endures to the end will be saved. Mt 24:13 13"But he who endures to the end will be saved." TJ 25:18 18"but those who persist in the truth will survive." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 26:1-2 after 2 days the passover is coming Mt 26:1-2 1When Jesus had finished all these sayings, he said to his disciples, 2"You know that after two days the Passover is coming, and the Son of man will be delivered up to be crucified." TJ 26:46-47; 27:1 46Once Saulus had departed, Jmmanuel called together his disciples and said to them, "You know that Passover comes after two days, when I shall be turned over to the courts to be crucified, as it is destined, so that I will continue to learn. 47My betrayer will be Juda Iharioth, the son of Simeon the Pharisee,"...27:1After Jmmanuel had finished speaking, the disciples became agitated and said, "Why don't we capture Juda Iharioth and stone him, so he can't betray you?" TJ 26:46-47; 27:1 46Da aber Saulus von dannen gewichen war, rief Jmmanuel seine Jünger zusammen und redete zu ihnen und sprach: «Ihr wisset, dass nach zwei Tagen das Passahfest sein wird und ich überantwortet werden soll den Gerichten, so ich gekreuzigt werde, wie es bestimmet ist, so ich daraus lerne. 47Mein Verräter aber wird sein Juda Iharioth, des Pharisäers Simeon Sohn; .... 27:1Da aber Jmmanuel diese Reden beendet hatte, erregten sich die Jünger und sprachen: «Warum fangen wir nicht Juda Iharioth und steinigen ihn, so er dich nicht verraten kann?» THE PROBLEMS. In discussing the previous Matthew-TJ comparisons, we noted that the entire Matthean chapter, 25, was made up of redactions. It is one large insert. Hence Mt 26:1 above contains the additional redaction: "When Jesus had finished all these sayings." That is, Jesus could not have spoken the Mt-25 sayings because scholars have logically determined that the writer of Matthew composed them. Moreover, the wording here of the first clause of 26:1 is essentially the same as that used after four of the most lengthy, previous discourses (at Mt 7:28, 11:1, 13:53, and 19:1). Numerous scholars have remarked on the artificiality of this literary structure, verse 26:1 included.[1] It is often supposed that the endings of the five preceding discourses were then so labeled by the writer so as to show an analogy between these five discourses and the five books of the Torah. The artificial nature is furthered in the present instance with the interruption of speech caused by 26:1. Jesus had already been speaking to his disciples, and only to his disciples, on the Mount of Olives (Mt 24:3). At that point the writer of Matthew, after he had finished writing his lengthy insertion of chapter 25, felt obliged to break in as narrator even though Jesus was supposedly continuing to speak to his disciples without interruption. A fictitious aspect of 26:2 is that its ominous and sinister message evoked no reaction from the disciples even though the time of fulfillment of the dire prophecy was by then almost upon them. SOLUTION. TJ 26:46 above contains the parallel found in Mt 26:2. It follows after 16 verses describing an encounter Jmmanuel had with Saul. Such an encounter may seem surprising, in that neither the Gospels nor Paul's epistles mention it. In retrospect, however, it makes very good sense, since Saul could scarcely have become the arch-persecutor of Jmmanuel/Jesus that he did become without ever having heard him teach and without ever becoming incensed with his teachings and words of wisdom. This encounter was sufficiently embarrassing and shameful for Paul that one would not expect him to have mentioned it in any of his epistles, nor expect a later Gospel writer with access to the TJ to have mentioned it either. The TJ's statement: "After Jmmanuel had finished speaking, the disciples became agitated and said..." is a normal manner of narrating a real event. The TJ narrator broke in at this point to say who was speaking next (the disciples), and the fact that they became very agitated is evident. However, in Mt 26:1 the very same initial words are used that were used in Mt 7:28, 11:1, 13:53 and 19:1, namely: "And when Jesus had finished...," as noted above. This is shown below, along with the TJ cognates: TJ 7:32 It happened that after Jmmanuel had finished his talk, the people were shocked... Mt 7:28 And when Jesus finished these sayings, the crowds were astonished... TJ 11:1 It happened that after Jmmanuel had finished giving such commandments to his twelve disciples, he continued on from there... Mt 11:1 And when Jesus had finished instructing his twelve disciples, he went on from there... TJ 15:66 It happened that after Jmmanuel had finished these parables, he went away from there. Mt 13:53 And when Jesus had finished these parables, he went away from there... TJ

20:1 It happened that after Jmmanuel had concluded these talks, he departed from Galilee... Mt 19:1 Now when Jesus had finished these sayings, he went away from Galilee... TJ 27:1 After Jmmanuel had finished speaking, the disciples became agitated and said, ... Mt 26:1 When Jesus had finished all these sayings, he said to his disciples, ... These initial portions of the Matthean verses, including 26:1, become identical in appearance to each other in their Greek text, which all have the same first six Greek words and in the same order. Similarly, in the first four of these five instances the German TJ text uses the same six introductory words, followed by two more: "Und es begab sich, da Jmmanuel... vollendet hatte" ("And it happened, that after Jmmanuel had finished..."; in the English an "and" at the beginning of a sentence is often omitted), which cannot be considered surprising, since "es begab sich" is used quite frequently (10 other times in its 36 chapters). This suggests that the underlying Aramaic text had also used its own same several words in these four instances. In this case, it is only the fifth instance, Mt 26:1, in which the writer of Matthew, or its translator into Greek, altered his text somewhat to make it conform to the pattern utilized in the other four instances. That he did so seems apparent, since he added the word "all." Although this suggests he did so for the reason that scholars have surmised, their surmise seems less certain than before, since he may not have had to go back and alter his wording of the first four instances to make them all conform. It would appear that the similarity of the TJ's initial wording in the four instances shown above prompted the writer of Matthew to construct an identical fifth one in Mt 26:1a, so as to suggest to the reader that here we have five great discourses that would match the five books of the Pentateuch in eminence. This thought would not likely have occurred to him had the TJ not already exhibited the four instances of identical initial wording shown above. To produce a fifth concluding clause, then, the writer of Matthew had to break in as narrator when there had been no other reason to break in. In none of these instances does the TJ refer to "sayings."The TJ text prophesying Jmmanuel's coming arrest, which the writer of Matthew could only summarize by his verse 26:2, starts with TJ 26:46b above, and prophesies the role of Juda Iharioth in considerable detail. Hence the disciples displayed agitation and offered to do away with Juda. Ironically, if they had been encouraged to do so, Jmmanuel's prophecy would have failed. Considering Matthew's apparent problems, the risk it would be for a literary hoaxer to construct 17 additional verses which appear to have been spoken by a wisdom teacher plus 16 more verses concerning a realistic encounter with Saul, and the uniqueness of the Juda-as-betrayer solution, the TJ has a strong edge here with respect to the hoax hypothesis. Upon including here the compelling evidence from Mt 26:35b (see below) we assign PHoax ? 0.1. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 26:26 take, eat, this is my body Mt 26:26 26Now as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed, and broke it, and gave it to the disciples and said, "Take, eat; this is my body." TJ 27:40 40As they were eating, Jmmanuel took the bread, broke it and gave it to the disciples, saying, "Take it and eat; the body requires nourishment even in times of distress and grief." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 26:6-13 bethany, house of Simon the leper Mt 26:6-13 6Now when Jesus was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, 7a woman came up to him with an alabaster jar of very expensive ointment, and she poured it on his head.... 12"In pouring this ointment on my body she has done it to prepare me for burial. 13Truly I say to you, wherever this gospel is preached in the whole world, what she has done will be told in memory of her." TJ 27:17-25 17And Jmmanuel finished his talk and departed for Bethany and the house of Simon, the leper. 18Behold, a woman came up to him with a glass of precious water, which she poured on his head as he sat at the table. 19When his disciples saw that, they became angry and indignant and said, "What is the benefit of this waste? 20This water could have been sold at a high price and the proceeds used for the poor." 21But when Jmmanuel heard this, he scolded his disciples and said, "Why are you upsetting the woman? 22She has done me a good deed because she trusts in my teachings. In this way she shows her gratitude, and nothing is too expensive for her. 23This woman has become wise and lives according to the laws of Creation. Therefore she thanks me with the precious water.

24Her gratitude will be lasting, and from now on her deed shall be known throughout the world. 25Truly, I say to you, wherever my teachings will be preached in all the world, whether falsified or true, the people will remember what she has done."TJ 27:17-25 17Und Jmmanuel beendete seine Rede und machte sich auf nach Bethanien zum Hause Simons, des Aussätzigen. 18Siehe, da trat zu ihm eine Frau, die hatte ein Glas mit köstlichem Wasser und goss es auf sein Haupt, als er zu Tische sass. 19So das aber seine Jünger sahen, wurden sie zornig und unwillig und sprachen: «Wozu soll sie gut sein, diese Vergeudung? 20Dieses Wasser hätte können teuer verkauft werden, so der Erlös den Armen diene.» 21Da dies aber Jmmanuel hörte, fuhr er seine Jünger unwillig an und sprach: «Was bekümmert ihr die Frau? 22An mir hat sie getan ein gutes Werk, denn sie vertraut meiner Lehre und zeuget so ihren Dank, so ihr nichts ist zu teuer. 23Diese Frau ist weise geworden und lebet nach den Gesetzen der Schöpfung, daher danket sie es mir mit dem köstlichen Wasser. 24Ihr Dank aber wird von Dauer sein, und ihre Tat soll fortan genennet sein in aller Welt. 25Wahrlich, ich sage euch: Wo meine Lehre gepredigt wird in aller Welt, ob sie verfälschet sei oder wahr, da wird man auch sagen zu ihrem Gedächtnis, was sie getan hat.» THE PROBLEMS. (a) First there is a minor problem of how Jesus and disciples found themselves in Bethany. They had last been placed on the Mount of Olives. (b) This woman, whose name the writer of the gospel's source apparently did not remember, would not have been aware of Jesus' coming crucifixion; only his disciples had been told of that. Thus, as Beare (p. 506) mentioned, she would not have poured the ointment on him for the reason later placed upon Jesus' lips—as a preparation for burial. Hence this is another anachronism. (c) It must be questioned if the word "gospel" would have been used by the original writer, since its Gothic derivation ("god spell" or "good spell") is a translation of the Greek "eu-aggelion," or "good news," which was first expressed in Paul's Greek writings of his epistles, referring to an oral gospel. During his own ministry, Jesus did not refer to his own teachings as good news, and in the present Matthean context it could scarcely be called "good news" that Jesus was being prepared for burial. Hence "gospel," as used here, was inauthentic—another anachronism. (d) The pericope of the Bethany event is very awkwardly sandwiched between the plotting of the chief priests and elders in the temple in Jerusalem to arrest Jesus, and the skullduggery of Judas Iscariot with the chief priests. This then is strongly suggestive of being a consequence of editorial action. SOLUTION. (a) The parallel TJ text does picture Jesus and disciples going to Bethany; (b) the woman poured the ointment for a logical reason, to which Beare's criticism does not apply; (c) in the TJ this objection against use of the word "gospel" does not exist, as the word "teachings" occurs there; and (d) no such sandwiching occurs in the TJ text. There, the pericope is preceded by Jmmanuel's long talk before they left for Bethany, and is followed by Jmmanuel continuing to talk to his disciples (for another seven verses). The problems resulted from the editorial alterations to the TJ text made by the writer of Matthew. A partial exception is to be made regarding (c), however. The Semitic Gospel of Matthew presumably had the Semitic equivalent of "good news" in place of "gospel," and it was the later translator who utilized the Greek word for "gospel."The odds are not good indeed that a literary hoaxer could have foreseen at least three of these Matthean problems. Instead, in each instance the odds strongly favor the TJ being genuine (with a probability of hoax certainly no greater than 0.30 to 0.35) and the writer of Matthew having edited it. Accumulating three probabilities each of this value gives PHoax ? 0.1 for this passage. As noted in the Introduction, this evaluation allows that Jmmanuel could have been, or was, a true prophet in the sense of long-range prophecies, not just short range. Those who cannot accept this, e.g., Beare, (p. 506), regard it as a saying of unknown origin. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 26:51-52 cut off his ear, all who take the sword will perish by the sword Mt 26:51-52 51And behold, one of those who were with Jesus stretched out his hand and drew his sword, and struck the slave of the high priest, and cut off his ear. 52Then Jesus said to him, "Put your sword back into its place; for all who take the sword will perish by the sword." TJ 28:27-29 27And behold, one of the henchmen from the group thought better, had a quick change of mind, and feeling remorseful, sided with Jmmanuel. 28He stretched out his hand, drew his sword, and struck a chief priest's servant, cutting off his ear. 29Then Jmmanuel said to the man, "Put back your sword into its sheath, because anyone taking a sword without being in danger will perish by the sword."TJ 28:27-29 27Und siehe, einer aus der Schar der Schergen besann sich, war schnell

andern Sinnes und war mit Jmmanuel, so ihn gereute. 28Seine Hand reckte er aus, zog sein Schwert und schlug nach eines Hohenpriesters Knecht und hieb ihm ein Ohr ab. 29Da sprach Jmmanuel zu ihm: «Stecke dein Schwert an seinen Ort, denn wer das Schwert nimmt und ist nicht in Not, der soll durch das Schwert umkommen.» THE PROBLEMS. There is a strange bit of obscurity in the first verse, in "one of those who were with Jesus." Only the disciples were in the group that was with him (as opposed to those against him who had approached the group), so why did the writer not say "one of the disciples?" And in so doing, why would he not name which disciple it was? Secondly, it is clear that the second Matthean verse is not strictly true. Many who use weapons malevolently do not themselves perish through use of such, and even within Christianity the need to make use of weapons in time of war or civil defense is usually acknowledged. Moreover, as stated by Davies and Allison, "That a disciple of Jesus wears a sword is unexpected and unexplained."[19] Within the rather detailed set of instructions to the disciples of Mt 10:5-13 there is no mention of carrying a sword. Instead, in Mt 10 the disciples are sent out defenseless, as "sheep in the midst of wolves."SOLUTION. The TJ verse makes clear that it was not one of the disciples who drew a sword, but one within the arresting party who had a change in heart. This makes additional sense in that we have not previously been given any reason to believe that any of the disciples carried a sword, whereas some of those in the arresting crowd were armed with swords (Mt 26:47 or TJ 28:20). Moreover, it helps explain why the arresting party did not also decide to arrest any of the disciples on the spot—they did not pose any threat or offer any resistance that would have provoked their arrest. As to why the writer of Matthew made this alteration, it might have been because he held no love for the chief priests and elders, as may be inferred from Mt 16:21, 21:23 and 26:3 (the latter being a Matthean insertion having no parallel in the TJ). So he perhaps did not wish to credit a chief priest or elder or cohort with a favorable change of heart, while not wishing to attribute the action definitely to a disciple, who according to Mt 5:39, would not have resisted the evil arresting party ("Do not resist one who is evil"). His way out then was to be vague and attribute it to "one of those who were with Jesus."In the TJ cognate to Mt 26:52 a proper defensive need for using a weapon is acknowledged. There the future retribution for needless use of weapons refers, if not to the present life, to the individual's karma of future lifetimes. This interpretation, which allows Jmmanuel's statement to be logical and consistent, is not permitted within Matthew's context. In TJ 28:27 it is made clear that the swordsman was one in the arresting party who then changed his mind after hearing Jmmanuel speak, and sided with him; he was not Peter, as the Gospel of John would have it. Nevertheless, Jmmanuel still admonished him, causing him to run off. There appear to have been two reasons for this admonishment: the first is explained by the TJ verse; the second is Jmmanuel's prophetic insight that the time had arrived for his trial and crucifixion and that he should not encourage any extreme measure to avoid it. The fact that the TJ text does not experience these Matthean problems, and does not exhibit problems of its own, speaks strongly in its favor. PHoax ? 0.2. The writer of Luke apparently improved upon Matthew's sword problem in Lk 22:35-38, by making certain that the disciples were instructed to each buy a sword; but since they would not have time to do that before the arrest would come about an hour or so later, he had the disciples suddenly notice two swords that were lying around and take possession of them. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 26:64 son of man seated at right hand of power Mt 26:64 64Jesus said to him, "You have said so. But I tell you, hereafter you will see the Son of man seated at the right hand of Power, and coming on the clouds of heaven." TJ 28:52 52And Jmmanuel replied, "As you say. But I also say to you that El is not Creation; instead he is lord over the three human species that were begotten on Earth through his will." Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 26:67-68 spat in his face, and struck him Mt 26:67-68 67Then they spat in his face, and struck him; and some slapped him, 68saying, "Prophesy to us, you Christ! Who is it that struck you?"TJ 28:66-67 66Then they beat him with their fists and spat in his face. 67And some of them struck him from behind and said, "Prophesy, you great king of wisdom and son of a celestial son, who is it that's beating you?" TJ 28:66-67 66Da schlugen sie ihn mit Fäusten und spien ihn an in

sein Angesicht. 67Und etliche schlugen ihn von hinten und sprachen: «Weissage uns, du grosser Weisheitskönig und du Sohn eines Himmelssohnes, wer ist’s, der dich schlägt?» THE PROBLEMS. What is missing here, Beare (p. 523) along weith many others have noted, is a phrase like "They also blindfolded him" as in Mark and Luke. It is needed to prepare for the demand that he should demonstrate his powers as a prophet; otherwise, Jesus could have seen who had struck him. Beare also found it incongruous that members of the highest court in the land would resort to striking their prisoner. SOLUTION. The TJ is seen to avoid both of Beare's criticisms, but not by the expected route. The TJ's second verse appears to have been redacted in part to eliminate this most degrading aspect of the brutal treatment on the part of councilors and Pharisees, of hitting someone from behind. So in omitting that, the reader doesn't know that these particular assailants weren't right in front of Jesus in plain sight. The writer of Mark,[25] then, while copying from Matthew, added the cover for Jesus' face to eliminate the illogic in Matthew that remains to this day for New Testament scholars to ponder over. The TJ's solution has been anticipated by Goulder,[26] who suggested in 2003 that some of those who were beating Jesus were standing behind him. The compiler of Matthew had his hands full deleting heresies; we cannot expect him to have provided a fully logical account too, since inattentive redaction begets illogic. If Matthew had come after Mark, on the other hand, we would not expect the writer of Matthew to have omitted Mark's blindfold and purposely generate this illogic. The writer of Luke improved the verse by moving the incident forward in time and not having it be the members of the Sanhedrin who beat Jesus, and by including Mark's blindfold while retaining Matthew's question following the command to prophesy. With the TJ version, the unbecoming behavior of the councilors is less surprising, due to the 11 blasphemous utterances Jmmanuel spoke to the Sanhedrin just before the high priest rent his robes. The TJ verses solve both of these serious Matthean problems by text evincing too much originality to relegate to a literary hoaxer. PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 28:7 tell his disciples that he has risen from the dead Mt 28:7 7"Then go quickly and tell his disciples that he has risen from the dead, and behold, he is going before you to Galilee; there you will see him. Lo, I have told you."TJ 31:10-11 10"Go quickly and tell his disciples that he has risen from apparent death. 11Also tell them: He will walk before you to Galilee, and there you will see him. Behold, I have told you." TJ 31:10-11 10«Gehet eilends hin und saget es seinen Jüngern, dass er wiedererstanden sei aus dem Halbtode. 11Und saget ihnen: Er wird vor euch hergehen nach Galiläa, da werdet ihr ihn sehen; sehet, ich habe es euch gesagt.» TJ 31:21 21Maria and Maria Magdalene, however, left and did as they had been instructed by the guardian angel. TJ 31:21 21Maria und Maria Magdalena aber gingen hin, so sie taten, wie ihnen vom Wächterengel befohlen war. THE PROBLEMS. Here, Beare (p. 542) pointed out the very minor problem that nowhere in Matthew are the two women at the tomb mentioned as actually having delivering the angel's message to the disciples, as instructed. Yet the disciples did receive the message, judging from later verses in Matthew. And one must wonder why a resurrected person would need to walk from one place to another when he should simply be able to appear suddenly wherever and whenever he pleased (as in Lk 24:36 and Jn 20:19,26). In addition, why are the two Mary's instructed to tell the disciples about the resurrection, and where they will see him, and by implication not to tell others? Why doesn't the resurrected Jesus show himself to all of Jerusalem as proof of his having risen from the grave? A resurrected body would not have to fear death, but could show itself fearlessly to all in order to promote the good news.[3] SOLUTION. The only essential difference between TJ 31:10-11 and Mt 28:7 is the near-death in the TJ, which the compiler had to omit. TJ 31:21, which has no Matthean cognate, is included above to indicate that in the TJ the "angel's" message was indeed delivered. Would a literary hoaxer have been able to anticipate such a seemingly petty criticism from Beare? The writer of Matthew evidently retained a bit too much from TJ verses here (and in Mt 26:35-36, too), in implying that the resurrected Jesus would have to walk all the way from Jerusalem to Galilee, just like a live person would. This may also be called a problem of "Matthean fatigue," in that the writer of Matthew had earlier altered his source in writing that Jesus had died, but then he forgot to alter it again here for consistency, since a resurrected body should be capable of showing itself to anyone anywhere, at any time, and need not laboriously walk or travel by mule from Jerusalem to Galilee. However, the TJ supplies no details

on how uncomfortable it may have been for Jmmanuel to walk or travel that distance. In the TJ account, it is perfectly obvious why the two Mary's were instructed to tell only the disciples about what had transpired. Jmmanuel would need to stay under cover for as long as he remained in the vicinity of Jerusalem and even Palestine and a still wider area, so that he would not be recognized and hauled back to Jerusalem for a second crucifixion, which would then guarantee his early death. Subsequent verses in the TJ, having partial New Testament cognates in the Gospel of John but not in Matthew, describe how Peter and another disciple, after they were informed by the two Mary's, went to the tomb, looked around and saw some linen cloths there (Jn 20:5-7; see also Lk 24:12). Interestingly, another translation for the Greek word involved there (??????) is "bandages" (plural), which is just as valid a translation as is "linen cloths." The TJ indicates that these linens had indeed been bandages. The historical plausibility of the TJ account contrasts strongly with the lack of any such plausibility in Matthew's resurrection-based account. This plus Matthew's problems suggest PHoax ? 0.15. Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons, Mt 28:18-20 all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me Mt 28:18-20 18And Jesus came and said to them [the disciples], "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age." TJ 32:46-48 46"But you, go therefore and prepare the way for my teachings and make all peoples their disciples. 47However, beware of erroneous teachings, which you may allow to arise because of your lack of judgment, for some of you are inclined that way. 48Teach them to follow everything I have commanded you, so you do not falsify my teachings."TJ 32:46-48 46«Ihr aber, gehet darum hin und seiet die Wegbereiter meiner Lehre und machet zu ihrer Jünger alle Völker. 47Hütet euch aber vor irren Lehren, die ihr in eurem Unverstande könnt lassen aufkommen, so einige unter euch dazu neigen. 48Lehret zu halten alles was ich euch befohlen habe, so ihr meine Lehre nicht verfälschet.» THE PROBLEMS. Concerning Mt 28:18, Beare (p. 544) commented upon the fact that nowhere in the Old Testament prophecies was a future Messiah promised any kind of authority at all in heaven. He thus doubted the genuineness of that verse, which extends Jesus' sovereignty to all of existence and heaven, too. Regarding the Trinitarian-like formula in Mt 28:19, Beare (p. 545) noted that its first voicing would not have come until some years or decades after Jesus' ministry. Thus it is an anachronism not spoken by the historical Jesus. In the last Matthean verse, there is no explanation by Jesus of what he means in saying he is always with his disciples—is he with them in their lifetimes, or after their deaths, or what? This verse further conflicts with the earlier Matthean statement (Mt 24:30) that the Son of man (Jesus Christ) would appear at the end of the age; here the converse is stated, that he is here until the end of the age. Davies and Allison commented here that "What happened subsequently is not narrated."[12] They didn't mean this in any critical sense, but for the scholar who is not theologically committed and can voice some curiosity regarding basic questions, this becomes one. Why is there no further text or narration as to what happened next? Did Jesus ascend, did he vanish before their eyes, did he walk alone down the other side of the mountain until out of sight, or what? SOLUTION. The TJ has no cognate to Mt 28:18, so that Beare's criticism there (regarding all authority in heaven) does not apply. And it makes no mention of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as is to be expected if it is genuine. Its call for widespread discipleship is consistent with its earlier verses, since in the TJ, unlike in Matthew, the earlier instructions had been to go out to the Samaritans and the heathen in all parts of the world rather than to remain within Israel. This Matthean inconsistency likely means that this last passage was added to the Gospel of Matthew by a later person, probably the translator of Semitic Matthew into Greek, upon his examining the TJ one last time to see if anything non-heretical had been overlooked that would be appealing to gentiles and that could be utilized in an unobtrusive manner, such as by adding on to the end of the existing gospel. Scholar George Howard has pointed to indirect external evidence suggesting that the Great Commission and the Trinitarian-like formula here were indeed a late addition.[13] After Mark and Luke came out, in Greek, the translator of Matthew into Greek quite likely was motivated to add some verses (Mt 28:18-20; also Mt 12:17-21) that would be attractive to gentiles and counteract the anti-gentile statements that the writer of Semitic Matthew had inserted. Otherwise,

the Gospels of Mark and Luke, with their openness to gentiles, could come to dominate over the Gospel of Matthew in authority and popularity. Nor does the TJ suffer from the criticisms made against the last Matthean verse, since it has no cognate to "I will be with you always." The latter may also have been added by the translator, who realized that Jesus had not yet come again, as had been hoped, but that the "end of the age" might occur too long into the future for Christians to wait. Interestingly, the TJ portrays the picture that Jmmanuel knew, through his prophetic powers and ET tutors, that his teachings would be distorted and not widely known in their true form or accepted until after finally being rediscovered at a much later date. Yet, knowing this, he still felt obliged to try to bring Creation's laws and El's teachings to mankind, starting in his own time. In the above TJ passage when admonishing his disciples, he is consistent in making use of this philosophy. There is far too much TJ realism here and corresponding lack of it in Matthew to take the hoax hypothesis seriously. PHoax ? 0.15. The TJ of course does continue on to narrate what happened next, and describes Jmmanuel's various post-crucifixion appearances to his disciples. Of these, there were three that the writer of Matthew omitted before the last appearance to the disciples at the mountain location. At that time he spoke 51 verses of advice, philosophy and prophecy to them, of which Matthew makes use, in redacted form, of only two—TJ 32:46,48 (see above). There follow four more TJ chapters of immense interest. Had the TJ's papyrus rolls discovered in 1963 survived after 1974 to be translated in their entirety, there would have been about three times more text yet than what's in the present Talmud of Jmmanuel, according to Eduard Meier. His estimate is that of the four rolls present upon discovery, only the first one was translated before they all were destroyed. If the individual pro-hoax probabilities of this chapter are accumulated, one obtains an overall probability of hoax of 7.0 x 10-5.


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UFO Billy Meier Contacts about Jmmanuel - Jesus The Silent Revolution of Truth HD UFO Film - UFOs and Prophecies from Outer Space - YouTube 'The Big Picture' by George Green: Billy Meier Case & Talmud Jmmanuel - YouTube Prof. James Deardorff & Brian Crissey on Billy Meier UFO Case (1991): 21st Century Radio - YouTube Published on Jun 4, 2012 by FIGUCG49 James Deardorff & Brian Crissey(publisher/owner of Wildflower Press)

on 21st Century Radio - 1991 Dr Brian Crissey and Charlotte McGinnis "2012, ET's and Enlightenment!" - YouTube Uploaded by InspireYouTV on Dec 4, 2011 Brian Crissey has a wealth of information on ancient prophecies, ET's, and the shift of the ages. The dialog between Brian and Charlotte offers answers to the questions so many of you are asking. We are living in exciting times and Brian offers us ideas of how to experience it all with ease and grace! Talmud jmmanuel 3 - James Deardorff - Talmud & Bible Comparison - FULL - YouTube Uploaded by TheHallOfRecords on Jun 4, 2011 Talmud Jmmanuel is a ancient text in Aramaic that the Swiss UFO contactee Billy Meier, along with an ex-Greek Orthodox priest named Isa Rashid, claimed to have discovered south of the Old City of Jerusalem in 1963. According to Meier, Isa Rashid kept the manuscript and sent him the translation in 1974. The first edition in German came out in 1978. It is described by its promoters as the source text of the Gospel of Matthew. The publishers, Steelmark LLC, claim the document was first translated from old Aramaic into German by Isa Rashid and edited by UFO contactee Billy Meier, then translated into English by B. L. Greene and J. H. Ziegler. The publishers also make the extraordinary claim that the document "could indicate an extraterrestrial origin for the New Testament." Talmud of Jmmanuel (Jezus) - Wendelle Stevens (1 of 4) - YouTube Uploaded by 00niro00 on Apr 24, 2011 The American Wendelle Stevens is one of the principal investigators of the 'Billy' Meier case. Stevens first heard of the case in September 1976. In October 1977, after having followed the case by mail for about one year Stevens went to Switzerland, to "look Meier and the witnesses in the eye and see the evidence". The following years he spent much time and money investigating the case and he returned at least five times to Switzerland. On several of these trips he was accompanied by his friends and fellow investigators Lee and Brit Elders and Tom Welch. Among other things, they studied many of the sites were Meier shot his photos and movie films, they did on site experiments with UFO models and interviewed many of the local witnesses in Switzerland. Talmud of Jmmanuel (Jezus) - Edward T Martin (2 of 4) - YouTube Uploaded by 00niro00 on Apr 24, 2011 What really happened to Jesus Christ during the mysterious missing 18 years in his life, from the age of 12 to 30? What truths have been hidden from us and why? Join maverick researcher and explorer Edward T. Martin as he journeys to remote exotic locations in India, Nepal, and elsewhere in Central Asia, unraveling the mysteries of Jesus' lost years. Follow the author on a thrilling journey of spiritual discovery as he travels the world, from Alaska to the Himalayas. Talmud of Jmmanuel (Jezus) - Prof. James Deardorff (3 of 4) - YouTube Talmud of Jmmanuel (Jezus) - Dr. Dietmar Rothe (4 of 4) - YouTube Uploaded by 00niro00 on Apr 24, 2011 Dr. Dietmar Rothe - Physicist, engineer, philosopher and author will discuss the philosophical aspects of the teachings in the Talmud of Jmmanuel, As well as its connection with ufology, gods and Creation, reincarnation, the purpose of life, the laws and directives of creation, and the relationship between consciousness, spirit, mind & body.

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The Silent Revolution of Truth. 3/3 [PL] - YouTube?? Uploaded by 00niro00 on Apr 24, 2011 Jim Deardorff's background is as a researcher in the atmospheric sciences,as a senior scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, and later as a Research Professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University. In 1986 he took early retirement from the university in order to spend full time studying the UFO phenomenon, the Meier contactee case, and the Talmud of Jmmanuel (TJ) document of which Meier was a co-discoverer in 1963. Since then he has been turning himself into an independent scholar of the New Testament Gospels so as to be better able to investigate the genuineness of the TJ. This document gives new information about Jesus (Immanuel or Jmmanuel) in India, both before his Palestinian ministry and after the crucifixion. "Many of the foregoing legends and traditions may be unfamiliar to the reader because they have been systematically ignored and suppressed in the West. However, when they are viewed together as a whole, we see a very consistent picture that is trying to tell us that Christianity at a very early stage was directed onto the wrong path, first by Paul and then by the early churches which Paul so heavily influenced."

Reality Check - The Real (Jesus) Jmmanual, and the 2nd coming Pt1/6 - YouTube (Also in Activists) Stewart and Janet Swerdlow discuss the history of the real Jesus (Jmmanual). They discuss the evidence of Jmmanuels life from their recent tour of the South of France where He and Mary Magdalenes resting place can be found. Other future events, including a staged 2nd coming (project bluebeam) is also discussed. Reality Check - The Real (Jesus) Jmmanual, and the 2nd coming Pt2/6 - YouTube Reality Check - The Real (Jesus) Jmmanual, and the 2nd coming Pt3/6 - YouTube Reality Check - The Real (Jesus) Jmmanual, and the 2nd coming Pt4/6 - YouTube Reality Check - The Real (Jesus) Jmmanual, and the 2nd coming Pt5/6 - YouTube Reality Check - The Real (Jesus) Jmmanual, and the 2nd coming Pt6/6 - YouTube THE TALMUD OF JMMANUEL - TJ Research - Prof. James Deardorff Talmud of Jmmanuel : : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive TJ Comments - Prof. James Deardorff Blog On the Accumulation of Individual Probabilities talmud.pdf (application/pdf Object) Brief Summary of the Teachings of Jmmanuel The Talmud of Jmmanuel: The Clear Translation in English and German (9780926524125): Eduard Meier, J. H. Ziegler, B. L. Greene: Books Customer Reviews: The Talmud of Jmmanuel: The Clear Translation in English and German Buy - The Bible Fraud The Revolution of Truth on Earth “Gospel of Judas” Irrelevant in Light of Even More Startling Ancient Text the Talmud of Jmmanuel - The Tao Bums Chemtrail Central :: View topic - THE TALMUD OF JMMANUEL The Biggest Secret Forum :: View topic - The Keepers - The remarkable abduction case of Jim Sparks The Original New Testament - The Essene New Testament - The Gospel of The Holy Twelve (12) - The Gospel Of Perfect Life - The Unaltered New Testament

ZEN MASTER "JESUS" IN INDIA & TALMUD OF JMMANUEL *PIC* AND WHO IS MARY, BURIED IN PAKISTAN... *PIC* DEAR JESUS, WHY DID THEY DOUBLE-CROSS ME... *PIC* AN EXAMPLE HOW HIS-STORY IS MANIPULATED... RESPONSE: THE BIBLE FRAUD AND THE JESUS TWINS... RESPONSE: RELIGIOUS PORNOGRAPHY FOR CHRISTIANS... The Wake Up Project | View topic - Jesus in India and Talmud of Jmmanuel 'HELLO, CENTRAL!' WHO IS ATON? (Updated January 2, 2011) >> Four Winds 10 - FROM: Patrick H. Bellringer TO: K DATE: Dec. 30, 2010 SUBJECT: Reply Dear K: I am not naive. In my years of seminary study and United Methodist pastorates I have researched and studied the Bible from cover to cover. I do know whereof I speak, sir. No one interprets the Bible for me. Which Bible do you suggest that I look at again? Over time there have been so many translations, revisions and interpretations of the Cannon complied by the Church Fathers at the Council of Nicea, as to make your head spin. Even at that time the Council of Nicea threw out 45 of the original writings with which they could not agree, and sanitized the writings of any reference to reincarnation, starships, space travel, aliens, etc. My friend, you have so much Truth to learn, but with such a closed mind, you will need more lifestreams in third dimension to learn. By the way Esu (Jesus) Immanuel Sananda is already here, having arrived back on our Earth Shan in 1954. May you awaken before it is too late! In Love and Light, Patrick H. Bellringer First Council of Nicaea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bellringers Corner >> Four Winds 10 - TALMUD of jMMANUEL Jim Deardorff, professor and hoax apologist Jesus' Alien Ancestors? The TJ's Genuineness The TJ's Genuineness - The dependence of Matthew upon the TJ What is the resultant probability, then, based on the hypothesis that either the TJ is a hoax constructed from Matthew or that Matthew was constructed out of the TJ, that the entire TJ could be a hoax? Upon accumulating the above probabilities for the 28 Matthean chapters, one finds the overall chance that the TJ is a hoax to be about 10-111. This is no misprint. These are odds of about 1 in 10111, a number that far exceeds the number of atoms in the whole Earth. These infinitesimally small odds for a hoax explain why this investigator has not often used language in this website that sounds hesitant or uncertain whether the TJ is genuine or not. However, this value does not take into account the "prior probability," which emerges from the derivation of the statistical formula for accumulating the estimated probabilities. The prior probability is meant to account for any unspecified evidence not explicitly taken into account in one's analysis. In this instance, it might be an unsupported belief that Eduard Meier is not honest and fabricated the story of the TJ's discovery and provenance, or that the TJ's translator (Isa Rashid) never existed, or that it seems very improbable that any relevant document like the TJ would be discovered at this late date, or that it is improbable that there could be such a thing as a person (Jmmanuel) who is so highly evolved spiritually that he could prophesy validly both short range and long range, etc. The Bayesian-statistics derivation indicates that if one can identify and assign estimated probabilities of certainty to such "prior" considerations, they are to be treated in the analysis just as are the interpretations of the more explicit (textual) evidence. Although these priors have not been included here, the present website gives evidence that if they were to be included, the probability for hoax would be driven still smaller, by taking into account that the TJ's codiscoverer and custodian/editor of the translations is still alive to vouch for the genuineness of the discovery, that many persons have attested to the truth of his UFO experiences, as does the Meier-case photo evidence. And it would decrease still further if the testimony of 2nd-century bishop Papias were to be taken into account, and interpreted as

indicating that the writer of Matthew formed his gospel out of a Hebraic document that Papias referred to as the Logia, which did not survive. And even further decreased if the Jesus-in-India evidence were taken into account, and the massive amount of evidence supporting the reality of reincarnation. The method of accumulating probabilities used herein needs to have all the evidence taken into consideration in order that there be no initial bias favoring either hoax or genuineness (the "prior probability" for hoax is then 0.5 and the simplest expression of the accumulation formula then becomes valid). Although I find that the above vanishingly small odds for hoax would then become even smaller when these other considerations are taken into account, I have not attempted to quantify them, and the prior probability has simply been set to 0.5. The reader is reminded, however, that many scholars exist who insist that Matthew is dependent upon Mark, who must then insist that a hypothetical document "Q" once existed, that no such thing as the spirit world exists (they haven't studied the past-life, NDE and OBE data), and that UFOs aren't real and associated with aliens or extraterrestrials (they haven't studied the UFO phenomenon). They may be theologically committed and may not mind ignoring the logic of the arguments presented in the Mt-TJ verse comparisons. Such scholars can simply state, in an authoritative tone of voice, "The TJ looks like a hoax to me," and add 0.3 to 0.4 to each individual probability I have assessed. Then they will end up with an overall probability favoring the TJ being a hoax in their minds. Is there precedent for an early Christian writer to have closely followed an earlier writing but altering it so as to make it more appealing to the church? The answer is affirmative, with the case in mind being the long recension of the epistles of Ignatius, as compared with the shorter version that scholars prefer as being much more genuine. (See the Ante-Nicene Fathers, Roberts and Donaldson, eds., vol. I; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1993, pp. 45-104, where both the long and short version are printed alongside.) The anonymous writer of the long recension inserted many quotations from the Gospels, among other changes, in order to upgrade its christology. A substantial number of the Matthean alterations to the TJ are of this same type, wherein its anonymous writer utilized mainly the Old Testament (or Hebrew scriptures) for his quotations. The editors (T. E. Page and W.H.D. Rouse) of The Apostolic Fathers, vol. I, wrote that the long recension of Ignatius's epistles is "greatly corrupted by obvious interpolations." The TJ was just as obviously, but even more greatly, corrupted by the writer of Matthew. The similarity here between the two cases extends to the anonymity of the falsifying writers (the writer of the long recension and the writer of Matthew) and the failure of originals of the documents in question to have survived. As suggested above and indicated much further upon examination of the Mt-TJ verse comparisons, even "mainstream" scholars have had large numbers of criticisms to make of Matthew and the other Gospels. The group of scholars who are best known for their deductions of genuine versus non-genuine Gospel verses is the Jesus Seminar. This group, once larger than 100 scholars, devoted one of their major efforts towards discussing and voting upon the genuineness of Matthew's teaching/discourse verses (see "Voting Records" in Forum 5, No. 1, March 1990). They judged 86% of these 719 Matthean verses to be non-genuine or probably nongenuine. Although this percentage is not so far from what the TJ indicates, this Seminar had few valid clues as to which particular verses were genuine and which not, and their batting average in this respect was dismal. They mainly assumed that "Jesus" genuinely spoke only weird or illogical, impractical utterances, such as "Turn the other cheek," "Love your enemies," and the parable of paying the workers in the vineyard the same wage whether they had worked one hour or all day. However, these, the TJ indicates, had been among the many inventions of the writer of Matthew. On the other hand, the TJ lets us know that some of the verses that the Jesus Seminar found to be non-genuine, such as the Golden Rule, had actually been spoken by Jmmanuel (though he did not claim credit for that particular precept). Furthermore, the Jesus Seminar could not realize that the Gospel of Matthew is even more corrupt than they suspected, in that its writer had the truth available to him in writing, and purposely edited out practically all the TJ's spiritual teachings because the true teachings conflicted with his own beliefs and that of the early church. The TJ's Genuineness - Differences between the TJ's 1978, 1992 and later editions The 1992 German version of the Talmud Jmmanuel (TJ) edited by Eduard Meier differs very considerably in detail, though not in overall substance, from his 1978 German version. For scholarly, investigative reasons, the 1978 TJ may be preferable to the 1992 and later editions. Thus these differences are discussed here. Meier made the alterations at the prompting of one of his Pleiadian ET contactors named Ptaah, who, according to what Meier has learned, presently holds a position of authority in overseeing Earth that corresponds to the position that the ET with the title El held 2000

years ago. He informed Meier during contacts occurring in 1989-1991 that there were many minor errors and some omissions in the 1978 version. Ptaah went on to inform Meier of the alterations needed, which were said to stem from knowledge stored within the Akashic Records. The errors and omissions of the 1978 version were incurred partly when the ex-priest, Isa Rashid, made the translations from old Aramaic into crude German starting in 1963, but mostly, according to Meier, when Meier's typist, Frau Krauer, in 1977-78 paid insufficient attention to the details of her task of readying the rough manuscript for publication, and relied too heavily upon the Gospel of Matthew from the German Bible when typing in TJ verses having close parallels to Matthean verses. In addition, Meier could not take the time then to carefully read over the final, typed manuscript himself, due to being in the midst of having rather frequent ET contacts, transcribing their content, having photo sessions of the associated UFOs subject to the ETs' rules, and answering the many questions from his group of supporters, called F.I.G.U., and from hundreds of visitors to Schmidrüti, Switzerland. As well, he was trying to raise a family of three children during this time. Worse, he never received the rough manuscript back from Frau Krauer, who lived in a different village, despite having requested it more than once. Hence he could not proofread the final typed manuscript against the rough one. In addition, however, at Ptaah's urging Meier also made numerous minor alterations in the German text and/or the verse numberings in order to satisfy the requirements of the code he was supposed to incorporate in all his writings. Only Meier and his contactors know what this code is all about. As already mentioned, whatever it was, it did not significantly alter the meaning or substance of the text. First, concerning the verse numbers, these were altered in many of the 1992 TJ's 36 chapters when Meier usually decided that each sentence (in German), no matter how long or short, should receive a separate verse number. Involved in this editing, of course, were numerous decisions by Meier on when a sentence should be broken into two or more, with commas or semicolons replaced by periods, and when to progress in the opposite direction. Such decisions in this case were naturally at the discretion of the editor to make, since the text of the original Aramaic rolls of course had contained no punctuation. Of the 1,721 verses in the 1978 TJ, 44% received altered numbering as a result, with the 1992 TJ ending up with 1,783 verses. Aside from the effect of renumbering and redefining verses, only 42% of the 1992 TJ's verses remain identical in text to those of the 1978 version. In producing the 1992 version, Meier made minor grammatical editorial adjustments in 23% of the TJ's verses, often multiply within verses. These involved items such as: revisions of word endings for corrections in number, case or gender; interchanging the order of two or more words; choosing a more appropriate preposition, conjunction or pronoun; filling in or omitting an implied verb; merging two adjacent words into a compound word or splitting a compound word into two; and correcting the prefix or tense of a verb. Alteration or correction of the spelling of a name, or introduction of a word of unknown spelling (and meaning), occurred in some 2% of the verses. An example of an unknown word of this type is "allso." Possibly this is part of the "code" requirement Meier abided by. Most of the alterations in the spelling of names occurred within the genealogy, where an "i" was often replaced by a "j," with no change in pronunciation, just as the "I" in Immanuel was replaced with a "J." The use of the "J" symbol is said by Meier to have been present in the TJ rolls themselves, as translated into German by Rashid, and is explained by Meier within an introductory page of the TJ from information he received from his ET contactors. The substitution of one significant word or phrase for another in order to clarify its meaning occurred in 10% of the verses. Examples are: "Bewusstein" (consciousness, or awareness or sensibility) replacing "Geist" (spirit or mind), and "vertrauen" (to trust) replacing "glauben" (to believe). The insertion of additional words and phrases of substance, presumably either to correct for their previous omission or to better convey the supposed meaning of the Aramaic text, occurred in some 18% of the verses. These amplified upon the theme already under discussion. (When three or more words of substance replaced one, I classified them as an insertion rather than a substitution.) In only 8 verses of the 1,783 was a word of any substance from the 1978 text omitted without replacement in the 1992 text. In 3% of the verses a whole clause was inserted, and/or a new verse itself. Again, these amplified the existing topics under discussion. When this editorial work by Meier is added to the amount he must have performed prior to 1978 in bringing the first version of the TJ into print, it is possible that Meier expended as much effort on the project as had Isa Rashid in first translating the Aramaic into crude German. However, it may be difficult to believe that he expended four times Rashid's effort, as stated in his Foreword to the 1992 TJ. Overall, the impact and meaning of the TJ remained unchanged between 1978 and 1992, though certain details were altered and a few minor contradictions thereby eliminated. In forming an opinion of how genuine the TJ is, it is important to keep in mind that if one starts with a

document that is genuine and consistent, the effect of errors in translation and editing is to introduce inconsistencies. Correcting the errors then eliminates these inconsistencies or contradictions. The 2007 German TJ contains the change from "Geist" (spirit or mind) to "Bewusstsein" (consciousness or awareness), and their adjectival derivatives, in a preponderance of occurrences, though treated as equivalent in certain places. The alongside 2007 English version has in addition undergone: changing to the German spelling of persons' names, starting more sentences with "And" or "But" as in the German, using British English spelling rather than American English (in the verse comparisons of this website I retained the American English spelling), and occasional minor word changes that were usually accomodated in this website. Any Biblical scholar who should become interested in the TJ might wish to start with the 1978 version of the TJ, since it purports to be historical except for its errors and omissions, while the 1992 and later versions contain some input that is akin to channeling, coming largely from an ET. One cannot be certain that everything Meier was told by his ETs was truth rather than disinformation (though Meier presumably is certain), since different contactees are told different things, sometimes contradictory, by their ET contactors. There is good reason to believe that ETs purposely supply us with disinformation along with truth, so that we must continue to rely upon our own discernment as to what is truth and what is not, and not come to rely upon them for enlightenment. Hence one may not be certain that all the changes in the TJ's 1992 version go in the direction of truth, which might lie somewhere in between the 1978 version and the 1992 and later versions of the TJ. Legends of Jesus Introduction to Matthew-TJ Verse Comparisons Nineteenthirteen: Talmud of Jmmanuel Major Biblical Problems the TJ Allows us to Solve Brief Summary of the Teachings of Jmmanuel James Deardorff Overview of the TJ> Teachings of Jmmanuel sabbath rock discovery_of_the_talmud_of_jmmanuel.pdf (application/pdf Object) The Incarnational Passages Dependence of Mark upon Matthew The Little Known Literary Battles Between the Gospel Writers Modified Augustinian Hypothesis regarding Gospel origins Scientific analysis suggests Billy Meier UFO photos may be genuine - Project Avalon Forum Hasenbol Proof - Billy Meier photo proof Paul's Conversion Experience Apollonius.Net - Bernard Part 2 Apollonius Of Tyana & Planet X Nibiru (Slow-Motion Doomsday) & The Cosmic Tree & Osiris Talmud Jmmanuel - 4th Edition Web Site talmud of jmmanuel - Google Search Search for "Talmud of Jmmanuel" | Scribd Israeli Air Raid on the Lebanese Refugee Camps The TJ's Heresies for Judaism The Lost Tomb of Jesus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia History and the Essenes

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Largest Site on the Web for Tomb of Jesus in India-Roza Bal-rozabal Researchers & Authors Interview with Yashendra Dr James Deardorff The Tomb of Jesus Christ Website "Life of St Issa" Scroll - List of people that saw the document he Life of Saint Issa, the Best of the Sons of Men This document is the most talked about document concerning the idea of Jesus traveling to India during his 'missing years'. The document was brought to light in 1887 when Nicholas Notovitch came across it during a visit to the Hemis Monastery. He spent much time in Hemis, recovering from a broken leg, and had the whole St Issa document read to him and translated. Upon his return to Europe Notovitch went about publishing this information (read more here). Nicholas Notovitch Islam - Jesus in the Quran Travel To India Crucifixion Buddhism Islam nicholas roerich jesus in india - Google Search The Biggest Secret Forum :: View topic - Christianity - is it a big fake? The Biggest Secret Forum :: View topic - Proof of the existence of Jesus: suspicious or insignificant Inside The Jesus Papers


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The Hidden Story of Jesus

Beyond Belief (by Frank Huguenard) - YouTube Jesus trained in India. died in India. emphasized meditation. taught reincarnation. The proof is Beyond Belief Jesus in India - Beyond Belief Documentary - YouTube Jesus in India - Beyond Belief Documentary. The life, Death and Tomb of Jesus are proofs that Jesus was only a Humble Prophet of God, Not the So of God, Was Cricified but Survived Crucifixion, Migrated to Asia to teach the Lost Tribes of Isreal and Died like a Normal Human Being in Kashmir India. Visit to know more about this Truth. Visit to know more about the Ahmadiyya Muslim Prophet Issa (Jesus) in the Himalayas - YouTube Faith Matters: Jesus Christ (as) in Kashmir (English) - YouTube Govt of India Documentry on Jesus in Kashmir !! - YouTube Where was Jesus for 18 years? Missing in Bible Part 1/2 - YouTube (blog) Where was Jesus for 18 years? Jesus disappeared at 12 years of age. There is no record of him in the Bible for 18 years. He reappeared when he was 30 years old. The church knows the truth but they will not divulge it because the institution will collapse if the truth is known. We know that Joseph was a great man. He not only saved Jesus, he also saved Mary, his mother. When people were putting her down, he was the one who saved her by marrying her. Jesus was not his own son but he loved him as his own son. He wanted him to be educated and the only universities, or education centers, at the time were in Nalanda, India. Because there were no borders then and trade was open in all those area, he sent Jesus, his son to the Nalanda city. Traveling businessmen took him to India. He was there for a minimum of 16 years. All living and educational expenses were covered. Joseph thought that since Jesus was a very bright person, with a good education he could become a great person. There is record and proof of Jesus' time in Nalanda in archives in Tibet where meticulous records were kept and Jesus' signature is matched with other records. The church will only say that Jesus was in Nazareth as a businessman and a fisherman. Such statements will not jeopardize and threaten the Church's existence. After his education Jesus came back and gave his marvelous humanitarian teachings to the people. They were revolutionary. Anytime something or someone is revolutionary people will disliked it. The truth is that Jesus was well versed and well educated because of his studies in Nalanda city. Today the ruins of Nalanda still stands. *other notes* Jesus was in India for 18 years studying the Buddhist and Jain teachings in Nalanda city . The Church hides this truth from everyone. However, in Tibet, it was documented that Jesus visited a Tibetan Temple. It was required that visitors sign their name there. Jesus did. Jesus was killed for teaching new eastern spiritual ideas to the public. *tags* jesus, 18, missing, bible, tibet, pakistan, mary magdalene, spiritual, spirituality, spiritual teacher, spiritual guru, spiritual master, seeker, truth, enlightenment, peace, self-realization, meditation, awareness Where was Jesus for 18 years? Missing in Bible Part 2/2 - YouTube Why Did Jesus (AS) Migrate To Kashmir, India? Part 1 of 2 - YouTube Why did Jesus (AS) Migrate To Kashmir, India? Part 2 of 2 - YouTube The Lost Years of Jesus? - YouTube Deepak Chopra - Lost Years Of Jesus - YouTube Where was Jesus for the first 30 years? | The Mystery Teachings - Tricia McCannon - YouTube Coast to Coast with Tricia McCannon Where was Jesus for the first 30 years of his life and what was he

taught? FULL STORY: These are among the questions explored when clairvoyant and historian Tricia McCannon joined us Christmas night with Ian Punnett. Citing details that emerged in Dolores Cannon's regression work, Jesus was with the Essenes at age 8. Later, he went to England three different times, traveling by ship. From ages 14-15, he was in Celtic lands studying with the Druids, said McCannon. Then, he traveled east by ship to India, and studied with Hindu teachers, she continued. Around age 20, assassins were sent to kill Jesus, according to documents in the Hemis library, and he fled to a Buddhist monastery where he lived for six years, and was acknowledged as the second Buddha. She talked about her research into the Mystery Schools such as practiced in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Persia, and by the Hindu and Druids. "The bigger picture according to the Mysteries, would be that everything goes through cycles," McCannon noted, adding that we move through 4 ages with different levels of spirit vs. matter-- golden (most spirit), silver, bronze, and the current dark age (least spirit). JESUS IN INDIA. - YouTube GNOSIS "Secret Lives of Jesus" (1/5) - YouTube Why were these texts buried -- and why have they remained virtually unknown for nearly 2,000 years? Their suppression as banned documents, and their burial on the cliff at Nag Hammadi, it turns out, were both part of a struggle critical for the formation of early Christianity. The Nag Hammadi texts, and others like them, which circulated at the beginning of the Christian era, were denounced as heresy by orthodox Christians in the middle of the second century. We have long known that many early followers of Christ were condemned by other Christians as heretics, but nearly all we knew about them came from what their opponents wrote attacking them." [Elaine Pagels, The Gnostic Gospels, (New York: Vintage, 1989) GNOSIS "Secret Lives of Jesus" (2/5) - YouTube GNOSIS "Secret Lives of Jesus" (3/5) - YouTube GNOSIS "Secret Lives of Jesus" (4/5) - YouTube GNOSIS "Secret Lives of Jesus" (5/5) - YouTube Jesus was a Buddhist Monk BBC Documentary - YouTube Click here to know TRUTH This BBC 4 documentary examines the question "Did Jesus Die?". It looks at a bunch of ideas around this question until minute 25, where this examination of ideas takes a very logical and grounded turn with surprising conclusions that demonstrate... The three wise men were Buddhist monks who found Jesus and came back for him around puberty. After being trained in a Buddhist Monastery he spread the Buddhist philosophy, survived the crucifixion, and escaped to Kashmir, Afghanistan where he died an old man at the age of 80. Did Jesus Die On Cross (BBC Four Documentary) - YouTube Did Jesus Die - BBC Documentary (1/5) - YouTube Did Jesus Die - BBC Documentary (2/5) - YouTube Did Jesus Die - BBC Documentary (3/5) - YouTube Did Jesus Die - BBC Documentary (4/5) - YouTube Did Jesus Die - BBC Documentary (5/5) - YouTube Jesus in Kashmir,India(BBC Documentry)-1 - YouTube Did Jesus Die on the Cross or...Documentry By BBC World...Subtitle work By Mr.Sarmad Ahmad...Also check out are Search Tags....Ahmedi Ahmadiyya Ahmediyya Ahmadiyyat Ahmediyyat

Qadian Qadiani Rabwah Prophet Mohammad Muhammad Islam Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Tahir Ahmad Question Answers Mirza Tahir Ahmad Mirza Masroor Khalifa Khamis Quran Quraan Koran Urdu Mirzai UK Pakistan sarmad sects Sarmadahmad Jesus in Kashmir,India(BBC Documentry)-2 - YouTube Jesus in Kashmir,India(BBC Documentry)-3 - YouTube Jesus The Real Story - Episode 1 - The Early Years BBC4 documentary - YouTube Jesus The Real Story - Episode 2 - The Mission (BBC4 documentary) - YouTube Jesus The Real Story - Episode 3 - The Last Days (BBC4 documentary) - YouTube THE LOST YEARS OF JESUS - Melbourne, Australia (83 min) ECP in Melbourne 1985, 6 minutes. Traditions Of Glastonbury, 12 minutes. Christos Slide Show, 10 minutes. Dictation by EL MORYA 2nd July 1984 from The Flame of Freedom Speaks 46 minutes. 8516-01 Jesus The True Story - Vol 8 of 24 by Elizabeth MacDonald Burrows (57 min) Video -- The Missing Years of Jesus -- National Geographic The Missing Years of Jesus - trailer - YouTube "Jesus Lost Years in India" 2/8/08 (Edward T. Martin) - YouTube THE MISSING YEARS OF JESUS ! - YouTube Is the tomb of Jesus at Khanyar Rozabal in Kashmir? - YouTube Jesus in India? -- BBC Documentary - YouTube (wrong title) This isn't BBC and it isn't named "Jesus in India?".? This is "Mysteries of the Bible", a five-season long American television series, made by a company called "A&E Television Networks". And the name of this particular episode is "The Lost Years of Jesus". You can look it up on IMDB or Wikipedia. Anyway, I have no reason to trust that A&E company... whereas I do have some reasons to trust the BBC. Please change the name of the video.

Apocrypha, Enoch, Ezekiel, Urantia Book Enoch
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Enoch son of Cain The Book of Enoch and The Secrets of Enoch Enoch son of Cain - Facts about 1Enoch the book and Enoch the man The Book Of The Secrets Of Enoch 2012 - Book of Enoch Fallen Angels - YouTube The book of Enoch as well as the bible gives us an inside look and deeper understanding of the fallen angels, their influence towards mankind, as well as explaining the origin of mythological creatures, dinosaurs, & UFOs. ENOCH WAS RIGHT - Part 1 - YouTube The video contains excerpts from Denys Blakeway's Rivers of Blood, which was first seen on BBC 2, 8 March 2008.

ENOCH WAS RIGHT - Part 2 - YouTube ENOCH WAS RIGHT - Part 3 - YouTube Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 1 of 7 - YouTube The book of the "watchers" from Enoch the Prophet (the 7th from Adam) Genesis 5:24 And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him. Hebrews 11:5 By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God. Jude 1:14 And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints. Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 2 of 7 - YouTube Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 3 of 7 - YouTube Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 4 of 7 - YouTube Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 5 of 7 - YouTube Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 6 of 7 - YouTube Enoch Book of the "Watchers" Part 7 of 7 - YouTube


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Book of Ezekiel - Bible Survey Ezekiel 7:19 They will throw their silver into the streets, and their gold will be an unclean thing. Their silver and gold will not be able to save them in the day of the LORD's wrath. They will not satisfy their hunger or fill their stomachs with it, for it has made them stumble into sin. Ezekiel. The Holy Bible: King James Version. Book of Ezekiel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ezekiel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ezekiel 37:1-14 - Passage Lookup - New International Version, ©2010 - Bible Study Resource Center - Book of Ezekiel EZEKIEL. download PDF file - /download/28_keyword-book-of-ezekiel/ezekiel.pdf Outline of the Book of Ezekiel.pdf (application/pdf Object) Notes on Ezekiel - Dr. Thomas L. Constable - ezekiel.pdf (application/pdf Object) Notes on Ezekiel - J. Vernon McGee - Ezekiel.pdf (application/pdf Object) Exegetical Commentary on Ezekiel - James E. Smith - Ezekiel.pdf (application/pdf Object) James Smith ezekiel.pdf (application/pdf Object) Apocrypha - index The Apocrypha Index The Lost Books of the Bible Index The Apocryphal Books - Are they lost books of the Bible? The Wesley Center Online: Noncanonical Literature - OT Apocrypha Early Christian Writings: New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, Church Fathers Sevenfold Scheme Ezekiel Enoch Garden Eden 1st Eden/Atlantis research Parallels and connections 1st REPLY Read The Urantia Book online | Urantia Book | Urantia Foundation

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Richard Dawkins - BBC HARDtalk Part1 - YouTube Part 1. Richard Dawkins is interviewed by the BBC's Stephen Sackur for News24's HARDtalk. Richard Dawkins - BBC HARDtalk Part2 - YouTube Richard Dawkins - BBC HARDtalk Part3 - YouTube Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 1of7) - YouTube Richard Dawkins on TVO's "The Agenda" with Steve Paikin (May 10, 2007) -- part 1 of 7 Part 2 Part 3 - Part 4 Part 5 - Part 6 Part 7 - Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 2of7) - YouTube Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 3of7) - YouTube Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 4of7) - YouTube Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 5of7) - Would we better off without religion? - YouTube Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 6of7) - Would we better off without religion? - YouTube Richard Dawkins on "The Agenda" (Part 7of7) - Would we better off without religion? - YouTube Bertrand Russell on God (1959) - YouTube Nobel Prize-winning philosopher/mathematician, Bertrand Russell, explains why he does not believe in God. - Courtesy of CBC TV Retro Bites Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell Part 1 of 6 - YouTube (Note: This does not sound like Alan Watts) Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell on the topic of philosophy and religion. Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell Part 2 of 6 - YouTube Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell Part 3 of 6 - YouTube Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell Part 4 of 6 - YouTube Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell Part 5 of 6 - YouTube Alan Watts interviews Bertrand Russell Part 6 of 6 - YouTube

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Ancient Aliens - Ancient Alien evidence, The Hidden Records of star maps showing human star origins, Tikal, Mars, Orion Pleiades Pyramid star map - Wayne Herschel Ancient Aliens - HOLY GRAIL Ancient Aliens - HOLY GRAIL - Sang-Real Sacred Lineage Ancient Aliens - Ancient Star Maps Ancient Aliens - Da Vinici Secret Code and more

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Buddhism, Hinduism

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Buddhism - ReligionFacts Founded in India 2,500 years ago, Buddhism remains the dominant religion of the Far East and is increasingly popular in the West. Over its long history Buddhist has developed into a wide variety of forms, ranging from an emphasis on religious rituals and worship of deities to a complete rejection of both rituals and deities in favor of pure meditation. But all share in common a great respect for the teachings of the Buddha, "The Enlightened One." Learn more about Buddhism by selecting a topic below. Buddhist Beliefs - ReligionFacts A Basic Buddhism Guide: 5 Minute Introduction Hinduism and Buddhism Lord Vishnu Buddha Quotes Buddhism download Hindu cosmology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Manu (Hinduism) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Path to Freedom: A Self-guided Tour of the Buddha's Teachings Frequently Asked Questions About Buddhism The Five Precepts: pañca-sila Right Speech: samma vaca Hinduism Today Magazine The Science of BUDDHISM - Spirit Technology, A MUST WATCH!! - Part 1 - YouTube The Science of BUDDHISM - Spirit Technology, A MUST WATCH!! - Part 2 - YouTube Buddha - A Documentary About Buddhism - YouTube Buddhism Documentary - Sacred Rituals of Tibet - YouTube

Zen Buddhism - In Search of Self - YouTube The Life Of The Buddha [Full BBC Documentary- HQ] - YouTube This documentary covers the life of Siddhartha Gautama, a young prince from India who went out to find the reason for "Dukkha" [problems] of human life. He later found the reason of Dukkha and teached a way to live life. He was later known as the Buddha, the founder of "Buddhism". The religion with no god. "If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism." -Albert Einstein BBC had a nice documentary covering Buddha's life important events. Copyrights of the video belongs to BBC. Uploaded only to share the knowledge. Be Happy! Peace! Siddhartha Chabukswa Yogis Of Tibet (2002)- Full Movie - YouTube For the first time, the reclusive and secretive Tibetan monks agree to discuss aspects of their philosophy and allow themselves to be filmed while performing their ancient practices.


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Christianity - ReligionFacts Christianity was founded in the early 1st century AD, with the teaching, miracles, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Today it is the largest religion in the world, with around 2 billion followers. Especially dominant in the western world, today's Christianity has a wide variety of forms, beliefs and practices but all center around faith in Jesus Christ. Christian Beliefs - ReligionFacts Christianity tends to take beliefs quite seriously. The early fathers and councils carefully distinguished between "orthodoxy" from "heresy" in an effort to preserve what they saw as the true Christian message. In the Middle Ages, established doctrine was carefully safeguarded, and in the 16th century, reformers called for the stripping away of superfluous doctrines and emphasized true faith as the only requirement for salvation. And Christian beliefs remain important today: the many denominations within Christianity center primarily around matters of doctrine rather than practice. Given the great historical attention that has been devoted to it, the 2,000 years' worth of available writing on its many subjects, and its sometimes complex philosophical arguments, Christian doctrine can be an intimidating subject to tackle, especially for the beginner. The following articles therefore attempt to summarize the general consensus of Christian beliefs on everything from God to the afterlife, with historical development and denominational differences taken into account as much as possible Be Not Deceived - Alternative Christian Forum • Index page Be Not Deceived - Alternative Christian Forum • View topic - The Return Of Jesus What exactly is a Christian Spiritualist? Mike Taylor - Matthew 3: the absolute uniqueness of Jesus The Plain Truth: The Crucifix - a Christian or pagan symbol? The Gospel of Thomas 1/3 - YouTube The Gospel of Thomas For spiritual seekers and those dissatisfied with the teachings of the established Church, the Gospel of Thomas Collection is a series of spiritual writings that provide unique explanations and insights into Jesus' teachings in the Gospel of Thomas. Discovered amongst a library of books hidden for over 1500 years, the Gospel of Thomas directly reveals spiritual Teachings of Jesus. Their Life-Giving quality offers each of us inward certainty and joyousness based on a timeless tradition of Truth that was omitted from orthodox Christian dogma. It consists of sayings of Jesus almost certainly written down before 52AD and therefore pre-dating by as much as a generation all the books and epistles included in the New Testament. The Gospel reveals the spiritual Teachings of Jesus in their purest form.

The Gospel of Thomas 2/3 - YouTube The Gospel of Thomas 3/3 - YouTube The Gospel of Thomas 1/3 (Christian Gnostic) - YouTube NOTE: I have combined the Greek text with the Coptic wherever there was any difference in meaning. Also, since the recurring phrase, "Jesus said," is something of a distraction, and also almost completely unnecessary, I have removed most of them to form a more cohesive narrative. By taking them out, I hope that the reader will come to better appreciate the unity behind the text, which these phrases slightly obscure. The text is generally better off without them, since most of the logions relate to one another anyway. The Gospel According to Thomas, commonly shortened to the Gospel of Thomas, is a well preserved early Christian, non-canonical sayings-gospel discovered near Nag Hammadi, Egypt, in December 1945, in one of a group of books known as the Nag Hammadi library The Coptic language text, the second of seven contained in what modern-day scholars have designated as Codex II, is composed of 114 sayings attributed to Jesus. Almost half of these sayings more or less resemble those found in the Canonical Gospels, while the other sayings were previously unknown. Its place of origin may have been Syria, where Thomasine traditions were strong. The introduction states: These are the hidden words that the living Jesus spoke and Didymos Judas Thomas wrote them down. Didymus (Greek) and Thomas (Aramaic) both mean "twin". Scholars suspect this reference to the Apostle Thomas to be false and the true writer remains unknown. The document probably originated within a school of early Christians, possibly proto-Gnostics. Even the description of Thomas as a "gnostic" gospel is based upon little other than the fact that it was found along with gnostic texts at Nag Hammadi. The name of Thomas was also attached to the Book of Thomas the Contender, which was also in Nag Hammadi Codex II, and the Acts of Thomas. The Gospel of Thomas is very different in tone and structure from other New Testament apocrypha and the four Canonical Gospels. Unlike the canonical Gospels, it is not a narrative account of the life of Jesus; instead, it consists of logia (sayings) attributed to Jesus, sometimes stand-alone, sometimes embedded in short dialogues or parables. The text contains a possible allusion to the death of Jesus in logion 65. (Parable of the Wicked Tenants, paralleled in the Synoptic Gospels), but doesn't mention crucifixion, resurrection, or final judgement; nor does it mention a messianic understanding of Jesus. The Early Church believed it to be a false gospel. Eusebius, for example, included it among a group of books that he believed to be not only spurious, but "the fictions of heretics" that should be thrown out as absurd and impious. The Gospel of Thomas 2/3 (Christian Gnostic) - YouTube The Gospel of Thomas 3/3 (Christian Gnostic) - YouTube

Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, Shamonism
Overview of Gnosticism What is Christian Gnosticism? Gnostics Gnosticism vs Christianity

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The Eden Experiment: Aliens, Archons & the Associative Universe | New Dawn : The World's Most Unusual Magazine Gnostic Gospels - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gnostics, Gnostic Gospels, & Gnosticism Ahrimanic Deception Michael Harner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Michael Harner (Michael J. Harner) Biography: Foundation for Shamanic Studies Secular Gnosticism and Classical Realism - young.pdf (application/pdf Object) Phillip D. Collins -- Darwinism and the Rise of Gnosticism Gnostic Religion

Merkabah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Journal of Religion & Film:Epiphany of the Throne-Chariot: Merkabah Mysticism and the Film Contact by Antonio D. Sison Don Karr - mmhie.pdf (application/pdf Object) Notes on the Study of Merkabah Mysticism and Hekhalot Literature in English with an appendix on Jewish Magic Jewish Gnosticism, merkabah mysticism, and Talmudic tradition: Gershom Gerhard Scholem: Books Shamanism - YouTube Shamanism and the Light Body - YouTube Part 1 - What is Shamanism? (Interview with Abraxas) - YouTube Shaman's Journey - YouTube NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN FLUTE AND SHAMANIC DRUMS ~ RELAXATION - YouTube Introduction To Gnostic Concepts - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 1 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 2 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 3 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 4 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 5 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 6 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 7 of 8)?? - YouTube ?Rise of Gnosticism - Phillip D. Collins (Pt. 8 of 8)?? - YouTube


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Joseph Lumpkin – author and founderCEO of Fifth Estate Publishing joseph lumpkin banned books of the bible - Google Search - Books - Religion Curiosity - The Lost Gospels Gospel of Truth The Fifth Gospel A Translation of the Gospel of Thomas Gospel of Thomas (Lambdin Translation) -- The Nag Hammadi Library The Acts of Thomas The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene The Gospel of Thomas Collection -- The Gnostic Society Library The Gospel of Thomas Collection -- Translations and Resources The Gospel of Thomas Acts of Thomas Jasher - Politics & Social Sciences Books Gospel of Judas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Gospel of Judas: Gnosticism Versus Christianity The Lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot? : NPR

Lost Gospel Revealed; Says Jesus Asked Judas to Betray Him The Gospel of Marcion Marcion: Gospel of the Lord and Other Writings stephan huller's observations: The Marcionite Gospel and Secret Mark Marcion Gospels (early christian writings) The Gospel According to the Hebrews (PDF) fifthgospel00road.pdf (application/pdf Object) The Aquarian Age Gospel of Jesus, the Christ of the Piscean Age Author Levi H. Dowling

Islam, Muslim

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Islam - ReligionFacts Comparison Chart: Christianity vs. Islam - ReligionFacts Comparison Chart of Sunni and Shia Islam - ReligionFacts Difference Between Islam and Muslim | Difference Between | Islam vs Muslim Islam : the meaning comes from the Arabic verbal noun (like a gerund) s-l-m. When appropriate vowel markers are added the word Islam appears. The etymology of s-l-m is to submit, accept, or surrender. From this comes Islam’s conventional definition of surrender to God. Muslim : also has its roots in the s-l-m verb. It is a participle of the verb and refers to a person who engages in the act of submission, acceptance, or surrender. Therefore a Muslim is a person who submits to the will of God, or a follower of Islam. Read more: Difference Between Islam and Muslim | Difference Between | Islam vs Muslim Comparison of Sunni and Shiite Muslims Sharia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sharia, shariah, shar??ah or shariat[1] (Arabic: ?????? šar??ah, IPA: [?a?ri??a], "way" or "path") is the code of conduct or religious law of Islam. Most Muslims believe sharia is derived from two primary sources of Islamic law: the precepts set forth in the Quran, and the example set by the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the Sunnah. Fiqh jurisprudence interprets and extends the application of sharia to questions not directly addressed in the primary sources by including secondary sources. These secondary sources usually include the consensus of the religious scholars embodied in ijma, and analogy from the Quran and Sunnah through qiyas. Shia jurists prefer to apply reasoning ('aql) rather than analogy in order to address difficult questions. Shia Islam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Shia Islam (Arabic: ?????, Sh??ah) is the second largest denomination of Islam, after Sunni Islam. The followers of Shia Islam are called Shi'ites or Shias. "Shia" is the short form of the historic phrase Sh??atu ?Al? (???? ???), meaning "followers of Ali", "faction of Ali", or "party of Ali".[1][2][3][4][5] Like other schools of thought in Islam, Shia Islam is based on the teachings of the Islamic holy book, the Qur??n and the message of the final prophet of Islam,[6] Muhammad.[7] In contrast to other schools of thought, Shias believe that only the Almighty has the right to choose a representative to safeguard Islam, Qur??n and Shariah (based upon verses in the Qur??n which stipulate this according to Shias).[8][9][10] Shias believe that these Quranic verses make it clear that only Allah chooses a viceregent on Earth, therefore no one else has a choice in the matter. This means that God's representatives like Prophets and Im?ms cannot be elected by common Muslims, which is why Shias disown the election and selection of Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman ibn Affan by the people, to represent Islam and the Qur??n. Thus Shias do not consider Ali to be the fourth Caliph, rather the first "Imam". Shias believe that there are numerous narrations where the prophet selected Ali as his successor.[11][12][13] Shias believe that Muhammad's family, the Ahl al-Bayt ("the People of the House"), and certain

individuals among his descendants, who are known as infallible Im?ms, have special spiritual and political authority over the community and they acquired this authority since God gave it to them just the same way God chose Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus and other prophets,[6][14] Imams such as the offspring of Abraham[15] and from amongst the Children of Israel[16] as well as kings, such as King Saul.[17] Shia Muslims further believe that Ali, Muhammad's cousin and son-in-law, was the first of The Twelve Imams and was the rightful successor to Muhammad and thus reject the legitimacy of the first three caliphs.[18][19] The Grandsons of the Prophet Muhammad, Hasan ibn Ali and Husayn Ibn Ali are agreed upon by all Muslims to be the "leaders of all youths in Paradise."[20][21][22] Shias also believe that these sons of Imam Ali were the true leaders and caliphs of the Muslims.[23][24] Shias regard Ali as the second most important figure after Prophet Muhammad. Muhammad suggested on various occasions during his lifetime that Ali should be the leader of Muslims after his demise. According to this view, Ali as the successor of Muhammad not only ruled over the community in justice, but also interpreted the Shariah Law and its esoteric meaning. Hence he was regarded as being free from error and sin (infallible), and appointed by God by divine decree (Nass) to be the first Imam.[25] Ali is known as "perfect man" (al-insan al-kamil) similar to Muhammad according to Shia viewpoint.[26] As a result, Shias favor Hadiths attributed to Muhammad and Im?ms, and credited to the Prophet's family and close associates, in contrast to the Sunni traditions where the Sunnah is largely narrated by the Prophet Muhammad's companions, whom Sunnis hold to all be trustworthy.[27][28][29] Thus the Qur??n and Hadith interpretation and differences in Hadith narrators are the main distinction of the Shias.[30] Sunni Islam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ?Billy Meier- Mohammed's Teachings Were Also Falsified. [PL]?? - YouTube Islam: Empire of Faith. Part 1: Prophet Muhammad and rise of Islam (full; PBS Documentary) - YouTube

Judaism, Talmud

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Judaism - ReligionFacts Judaism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Talmud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Talmudic Jews - The Children of Satan - YouTube Ashkenazi Jews are not of God they are of Satan, Talmud worship = Devil Worship KEYWORDS: synagogue of satan evil jews israel devil worship khazar reptilians shapeshifters freemasons Joe Blow recommends these websites: Send tips to Jews at war with Zionism documentary very interesting and to the point - YouTube How the Jews Treat Christians in Israel? - YouTube Jewish Extremism and Its Media Cover Up - YouTube Abominable Talmud - YouTube Jewish Rabbi: Christianity has died AND Israel soon will die AND Islam is the religion of the future - June 2007 YouTube Jewish Rabbi Admits Muslims Are Blessed - YouTube Pastor Hagee: Rabbi Daniel Interview 1/2 - YouTube Pastor Hagee: Rabbi Daniel Lapin Interview 2/2 - YouTube The Highest Jewish Priest Admit Prophet Muhammad & Tolerance of Islam | Al Jazeera - YouTube The History of The Talmud (1 of 7) - YouTube

Director Pierre-Henry Salfati's incisive documentary explores the origins and history of the Talmud, the fundamental text of rabbinic principals and wisdom, regarded as the most influential text on the everyday conduct of Jewish life. Through expert analysis and in-depth interviews, Salfati goes to great lengths to demystify this vast collection of philosophical commentary and debate, which has been called "the hidden face of the Torah." The History of The Talmud (2 of 7) - YouTube The History of The Talmud (3 of 7) - YouTube The History of The Talmud (4 of 7) - YouTube The History of The Talmud (5 of 7) - YouTube The History of The Talmud (6 of 7) - YouTube The History of The Talmud (7 of 7) - YouTube Talmud - Jewish law, ethics, customs and history - YouTube TALMUD (?????????) is a record of rabbinic discussions pertaining to Jewish law, ethics, customs, and history. It is a central text of Rabbinic Judaism, which teaches them hatred against non-Jews. Quotes from the talmud: Erubin 21b. Whosoever disobeys the rabbis deserves death and will be punished by being boiled in hot excrement in hell. Yebamoth 98a. All gentile children are animals. Abodah Zarah 36b. Gentile girls are in a state of niddah (filth) from birth. Well, this is nothing compared to how much hatred the Talmud contains. JEW-ISH TALMUD PART 1 - YouTube JEW-ISH TALMUD PART 2 - YouTube JEW-ISH TALMUD AND THE ZOHAR PART 1 - YouTube JEW-ISH TALMUD AND THE ZOHAR PART 2 - YouTube The Serpent Seedline: Edomite Jews and Sons of Cain Kabbalah The Zohar Project

Luciferian, Satanism
Lucifer is not Satan

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Satan vs. Lucifer | Learn The Bible Apologetics Press - Is Satan "Lucifer"? A Brief History of the Church of Satan 3. The Church of Satan Lucifer Rising 1of3 Carl Teichrib Lucifer Rising 2of3 Lucifer Rising 3of3 Lucifer Reimagination of the World, David Spangler/William Thompson, p. 133. Spangler says that 'Lucifer comes to give us the final .. Luciferic initiation .. it is the initiation into the New Age'. He also says that 'Christ is the same force as Lucifer ... Lucifer prepares man for the experience of christhood .... Lucifer works within each one of us to bring us to wholeness as we move into the New Age'. 66 Spangler teaches that Lucifer is 'an agent of God's love'. 67 He believes that Lucifer is the angel of man's inner evolution, that 'the light that reveals to us the path to Christ comes from Lucifer...the great initiator . Lucifer comes to give us the final initiation that many people in the days ahead will be facing, for it is an initiation into the New Age' (ibid.). Cheesy

Nature of Evil 3 The Advent of Ahriman - An Essay on the Deep Forces behind the World-Crisis The Advent of Ahriman - An Essay on the Deep Forces behind the World-Crisis Satanists Have Infiltrated All The Establishments Mark Passio, Vinny Eastwood Feb 22 2012 - YouTube Stuff They Don't Want You To Know - Serial Killer Cult - YouTube Secret Covenant of the JESUIt PEDOPHILE SATANISTS - YouTube The Secret Covenant- Luciferian Blood Oath Pact - YouTube The Secret Covenant- Luciferian Blood Oath Pact, Jesuits, Secret Societies, New World Order, New Age, Genocide, human slave, Protocols of Zion Vicki Devil Worship - 1989 Oprah Winfrey Show Interview With A Jewish Woman - YouTube Zionist Satanic BABY Sacrifice Oprah Winfrey show - YouTube ILLUMINATI HOLLYWOOD - JONBENET RAMSEY (EDGE OF DARKNESS) - YouTube Why Satanism is Practiced by Our Leaders? Part 1. - YouTube From the Arrivals. Practicing magic. Worship the devil. The new world order. Atheist Islam Christianity Judaism Hinduism Buddhism religion Satan warship evolution terrorism new world order church of satan Part 1. Why Satanism is Practiced by Our leaders? Part 2. - YouTube From the Arrivals. Practicing magic. Worship the devil. The new world order. Atheist Islam Christianity Judaism Hinduism Buddhism religion Satan warship evolution terrorism new world order church of Satan part2 Why Satanism is Practiced by Our leaders? Part 3. - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 1/9?? - Roger Morneau - YouTube Roger Morneau ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 2/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 3/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 4/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 5/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 6/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 7/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 8/9?? - YouTube ?A Trip Into The Supernatural - Confessions of an Ex Satanist 9/9?? - YouTube ?Former Mexican Artist & Ex Satanist High Priest Testimony 1of5?? - YouTube ?Former Mexican Artist & Ex Satanist High Priest Testimony 2of5?? - YouTube ?Former Mexican Artist & Ex Satanist High Priest Testimony 3of5?? - YouTube ?Former Mexican Artist & Ex Satanist High Priest Testimony 4of5?? - YouTube ?Former Mexican Artist & Ex Satanist High Priest Testimony 5of5?? - YouTube Satan, "ha-satan," Lucifer, and the Nephilim Secrets of Lucifer (1 of 7) - YouTube

ttp:// This video is a summarization of some of the esoteric truths of the Bible which I call the "Secrets of Lucifer" because they are known to the initiates of Luciferian secret societies but hidden in plain view from the masses of Christians. I am presenting them here because I do not believe that Luciferians should have a monopoly on these truths. Artist: Salt Tank Song: Angels Landing (Jose Padilla and Sunchild mix) Secrets of Lucifer (2 of 7) - YouTube Secrets of Lucifer (3 of 7) - YouTube Secrets of Lucifer (4 of 7) - YouTube Secrets of Lucifer (5 of 7) - YouTube Secrets of Lucifer (6 of 7) - YouTube Secrets of Lucifer (7 of 7) - YouTube Lucifer Rising part 1/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube Conspiritus is a documentary that exposes the true nature of the world wide Conspiracy, this Conspiracy has many different theories and layers, the truth is, the more you research, the more you investigate, you will realize that it can't get much worse than this. It is beyond everything the common individual can filter as reality, and that is exactly the point, and that is why their plan is destined to succed if people do not wake up from this mass hypnosis. It is impossible to research history and the Illuminati and not become a solid believer. Lucifer Rising part 2/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube Lucifer Rising part 3/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube Lucifer Rising part 4/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube 2:30' famous frantic call to Art Bell Aliens are extradimensional beings that an earlier pre-cursor of the space program made contact with. They are not what they claim to be, they have infiltrated a lot of aspects of the military establishment in particular area 51. The disasters that are coming. The military, the government knows about them. There's a lot of safe areas in this world that they could begin moving the population to now Art. They are not, they want the major population centers wiped out so that the few that are left will be more easily controllable. UFO and John Todd ... demons are ufos. @8' - Carl Sanders designer of the RFID micro chip, explains that they spend 1 million dollars in research to discover 2 places on the body where temperature changes most rapidly: 1) just below the hairline on the forehead and 2) the right hand between the thumb and index finger. They told me not to read the book of revelations (Rev. 13:16) And he causes all, both small and great rich and poor, free and bond to receive a mark in their right hand or in their foreheads. I didn't like what i saw. Go to the word Lucifer Rising part 5/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube Lucent Technologies - 666 5th Ave. NY Aaron Russo RFID chip quote Backwards messages (30 words on stairway to heaven) David Icke overview of luciferianism Lucifer Rising part 6/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube Roger Morneau - Satanist priest explains 3 points of how Satan's plan was going to be brought about Darwin and Huxley would be used by the spirits to sway the world/people into this belief 3 points 1) Satan does not want people to believe in Satan nor angles 2) Take control over people's minds through hypnotism 3) Destroy bible without burning it by using Theory of Evolution Satan tutored Charles Darwin to set up the theory of evolution. Theory of evolution would weaken and destroy the bible. If a person would be lead to believe in the TofE, it would destroy belief in the bible. Supposed spirits of the dead are in reality demon spirits. Michael Jackson, Madona overview. FEMA plans for martial law. Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy vol. I (The Preperation) Lucifer Rising part 7/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube

orig name: The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy part 7.avi - YouTube The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy Part 7 of 11 First : This Video is Uploaded from The Youtuber Xendrius.(Thank You Very Much,God Bless You) Quran Vers Araf : "007/014 : "He (Satan) said: "give me respite till the day they are raised up." Quran Vers Zuhruf : " If anyone withdraws himself from remembrance of (Allah) Most Gracious We appoint for him an evil one to be an intimate companion to him." Quran Vers Zuhruf : "At lenght when (such a one) comes to Us he says (to his evil companion) : "Would that between me and thee were the distance of East and West !" Ah! Evil is the companion (indeed)!." Quran Vers Kaf 050/027 : "His companion will say : Our Lord ! I did not make him transgress but he was (himself) far astray."------------ Stephen Dollins (Prophecy Club) We will infiltrate the education and media system We will find a way to make evil look "cute"We will cease and capture the minds of all youth We will implant withing them luciferian doctrine, theology and idealogy This will be passed down from generation to generation. ** The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy (Vol 2) The Prophecy ** 9/11 Ritual Genisis chapter 11 Demons were bared from heaven (God) and are working to pull as many humans away from God as possible. We are in a giant battle. Vatican is part of the consipiracy, they are here to keep the christians in the dark. Revelations is reviewed. After many people have died, it will be time for the "great deception". There are both good and bad UFOs in the bible. 2 things to understand: 1) do not be fooled to accept any kind of implantable device or chip 2) do not be fooled by the coming fake illuminati alien invasion All secret societies and illimuniati insiders have the same story about demons. The UFO deception is going to be done in a grand manner. Demon spirits will declare themselves to be inhabitants of far distant planets and they will be here to warn people of the earth of the impedending destruction of the planet unless something seriously proper is done to avoid it. Notice the increase in earthquakes, wars and other global problems that will/are serving the illuminati master plan. They Lucifer Rising part 8/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube orig name: The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy part 8 - YouTube They don't care if you know that 9/11 was staged, which is why Alex Jones etc. are still around. But if you are an insider and talk about demons, they will get rid of you as they did with John Todd, Fritz Springmeir (and William Cooper) Who does this plan benefit? Ted Gunderson (Prophecy Club) recaps the the illuminati plan Weisap (good recap and summary) Divide the masses into opposing camps, in ever increasing numbers and the opposing sides are then to be armed and an incident will happen which will trigger them to fight and weaken themselves as they destroy national governments and religious institutions. In 1776 Weisup organized the Illuminati to put the plan into motion. Illuminati is derived from Lucifer which means holders of the light. Lucifer's objective is to bring about a one world government. He recruited about 2,000 followers. It is impossible to stop them now. CIA and Satanism (Kray Griggs story) Satanistic rituals described. Ted Gunderson provides very good recap of illuminati's plans. Cathy Obrien on Clinton, in 1984 talks about George Bush senior saying how Clinton will be put into office. Almost all secret societies are involved in demon worship one way or another. That is why they are secret. They don't want you to know what is going on. Lucifer Rising part 9/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube orig name: The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy part 9 - YouTube David Icke "few control the many". A few people control all the information we get and they and control what we know to be "humanly possible". The rality box is very small and anyone talking about anything outside this box is considered crazy. A few centuries ago, when people perceived this world to be round, they were called crazy because they didn't know that central gravity would prevent people from falling off the bottom of the earth. Once you introduce the knowledge of gravity, it becomes realistic for the world to be round. That knowledge is the same for us today. If you program the world into believing that his world is all there is and that UFOs do not exist etc. then the idea of things appearing and disappearing seems ludacrous. But once you introduce the supporessed knowledge, it seems normal. Frantic call clip from Coast to Coast (aliens are demons) is played. Hyperdimensional aliens. Masonic ritual filmed with a hidden camera. "CIA and Satanism" Ted Gunderson - human sacrifices Jimmy Page bought Alyster Crowleys house to perform demonic activities. To gain entrance to the 7 gates of hell. (later on learn why they stopped) Glen Benton, lead singer "band name"Hells Bells song is reviewed Roger Monrow again ... explains how band became famous and how they worship the devil.

Lucifer Rising part 10/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube orig name: The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy part 10.avi - YouTube Roger Monroe Kent Eiedemann US Sate Department and Bill Clinton (mind control programming breakdown) Stephen Dollins (Prophecy Club) Many UFO researchers such as J Allen Hynek have said that there is no evidence that would support the idea that these UFOs come from space. (See Hynek videos and their descriptions for more) Luciferian religion is what Freemasons follow but it can be revealed to certain levels of masons only. David Icke talks about rituals that change vibrational field to allow demons to possess human beings. The Khabalah and Tree of Life is explained (originate from Babylon) Ancient Khablah texts contain information about a spherical earth, parallel universes and the atomic nature of matter. Interesting Bible references to various world facts that were discovered in recent times. If the alleged men that wrote the bible knew those things how could then make smaller mistakes in writing the bible. Seems it more likely that men tried to corrupt it and change it. Lucifer Rising part 11/11 - The Satanic Illuminati Conspiracy - YouTube Hidden Camera Exposed Masonic Ritual Satan Worship - YouTube Disney and Satanism - YouTube CIA And Satanism - Ted Gunderson - YouTube CIA & Satanism 1/5 - YouTube Former Head of FBI Ted Gunderson CIA & Satanism 2/5 - YouTube CIA & Satanism 3/5 - YouTube CIA & Satanism 4/5 - YouTube CIA & Satanism 5/5 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 1 - YouTube The UFO conspiracy is a very well funded disinfo campaign. Some people believe there is none, some believe they are extradimensional beings summoned by the Illuminati, and some believe they are spacemen from another planet. Whatever your belief is, you will see both sides of the coin here. And then ask your self this question: What does the Illuminati want us to believe? And what are they hiding? 99.8% don't even think there is such a thing as a conspiracy, so they are open to any kind of subliminal and indirect brainwashing, if the majority of the public believes the UFOs are spacemen from another planet, then that is the wanted result. If the majority sees an UFO as says, that's an angel or demon, then that's the desired effect. As always, you can see what the agenda is by looking at the results. Many people believe in UFOs and have never even heard about the Illuminati, I am a good example, 3 years ago I believed the US government was hiding ET technology, but I never understood why it's still to this day secret, you will understand it all once you learn about the origins of the bloodlines and what they believe in. The majority doesn't even believe 9/11 was an inside job, so trying to convince them of something much worse is close to impossible unless they dedicate their time to research everything for themselves. Sadly, hollywood and the entertainment industry in general is being used as a tool to prevent people from researching, and has ridiculed the very mention of anything to do with the supernatural. Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 2 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 3 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 4 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 5 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 6 - YouTube

Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 7 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 8 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 9 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 10 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 11 - YouTube Lucifer god of the Illuminati Part 12 - YouTube

New Age

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Tibet (1912–1951) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dr's JJ and Desiree Hurtak on Contact Has Begun 3-1-2011 - YouTube Ancient Ancestors Dr. JJ Hurtak is a social scientist, comparative religionist, scholar, a well-known author, founder and president of The Academy for Future Science. He is author of over 15 books, including commentaries on ancient mystical and gnostic texts such as the Pistis Sophia. Dr. Hurtak is best known for his book published originally in 1973, entitled The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch where he claimed to receive knowledge from a visitation from Enoch, and in which he wrote about the apparently unusual relationship of the star shafts in the Great Pyramid with the "Belt" of Orion, and where he claims that pyramids were built on Mars for artificial intelligences to gather information. Dr. Hurtak holds the post of Research Director, Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association. He is also co-author of the book entitled The End of Suffering, which he wrote with physicist and parapsychologist Russell Targ. Former professor at California State University, Northridge and California State University, Los Angeles, his educational background includes a Ph.D. from the University of California and a second Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He was technical consultant for Sidney Sheldon's bestseller, The Doomsday Conspiracy (1991). He has spoken before professional audiences throughout the World, speaking in Africa, South America, Europe, and the Pacific. In the capacity of a scientific consultant, he has been featured in numerous film documentaries, and has appeared on international television programs. . His academic career began as an orientalist and specialist in ancient cultures as Assistant Professor of Anthropology at California State University, Northridge, and at California State Los Angeles. He went on to teach as part of the original faculty at the California Institute of the Arts in the field of Critical Studies and Music. Desiree Hurtak is an author/social scientist and founder of The Academy For Future Science, an international organization. The wife of J.J. Hurtak, she has co-written with him numerous books including the text and commentaries on the Coptic texts The Pistis Sophia and The Gospel of Mary (Magdalene). Her recent work involves environmental studies and the film documentation of indigenous cultures to preserve their cultural heritage. To this end, she has also studied and written on the philosophies and literature of various ancient cultures including Egypt and Mesoamerica to understand their importance in our evolving society, producing graphic animation films such as and The Light Body and Initiation. Melchezedik & the Keys of Enoch talks with JJ Hurtak - YouTube This interview brings in the masters of higher dimensions themselves! Alan Steinfeld goes deep with Dr. Hurtak about the true value of spiritual initiation and calls attention to the turning point society is now. Dr. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D is a social scientist and co-founder of the Academy of Future Sciences has written on the subject of hidden traditions and the reality behind the archetypes. J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. is a Social scientist, futurist and remote sensing specialist. Dr. Hurtak was the first to predict the pyramidal landforms on Mars and release the actual film documents of the pyramids in the Elysium area of Mars in 1973. He is best known for this book entitled The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch® where in the early 1970s he published the unusual relationship of the star shafts in the Great Pyramid with the "Belt" of Orion. With this understanding of the uniqueness of the alignment of the star shafts, Dr. Hurtak was one of the first to study these shafts

using sophisticated technology including laser measurements in the Great Pyramid in 1977 and one of the first to do a systematic study of the acoustical-musical properties of the rooms in the Great Pyramid. He holds six international gold and platinum metal awards for his film and graphics work including, INITIATION (, an interactive CDRom using mathematics, actual architecture, and paraphysical symbols to allow the viewer to experience the major structures and rooms of the Egyptian pyramids on the Giza Plateau. His most recent acclaimed film is THE LIGHT BODY which is a futuristic voyage to sacred areas around the world ( He can be reached through his organization "The Academy For Future Science"Email: The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch A Controversy about J. J. Hurtak and The Keys of Enoch: Texts by Mr. Hurtak's lawyer and by Carol Matthews Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within [Full Film] - YouTube The New Age and its Relationship to the Antichrist - YouTube antichrist dajall & alan parsons - YouTube american cities to be nuked with map - YouTube 100 reasons why evolution is so stupid. Megiddo II: The New Age *1/3* - YouTube The Lie of the Serpent is the second part of the controversial Megiddo series, which next focuses on the highly influential New Age movement. But is the New Age really new? Or does it represent the ancient doctrine taught by the serpent to Eve in the Garden of Eden? The answer will startle and amaze you as you learn the influence of the serpent's teaching through the spiritual explosion of occult activity in the 19th and 20th centuries. Some of the greatest and most recognized people of the modern era (including Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, Adolf Hitler and Hillary Clinton) have been influenced by the movement that has re-awakened mankind's communication with the spirit realm, and re-shaped the Western view of God and His relationship to mankind. What are the implications of this "paradigm shift" that seeks to introduce a new global consciousness? Will this new consciousness really bring mankind into the dawning of a golden era? Or the awakening of another dark age? Full of highly detailed research and exhaustive documentation, Megiddo II challenges even the most skeptical viewer to consider the consequence of the global awakening taking place before our very eyes. Join speakers Dave Hunt, Caryl Matrisciana, Dr. Kent Hovind, Pastor Joe Schimmel, and Dr. Stan Monteith who expose the movement that seeks to unite mankind in a one-world religion through the United Nations. Global adherents claim to await a "universal Christ" to lead the world. What happens to those who will not follow this world leader? And are there sinister warnings against those who refuse to be "initiated" into the New Age? Megiddo II: The New Age *2/3* - YouTube Megiddo II: The New Age *3/3 - YouTube atheism is idiocy - YouTube Fred Hoyle on undergraduate school system - YouTube


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Neopaganism, Paganism, Neo-Paganism - ReligionFacts Neo-Paganism (also spelled Neopaganism and also known as Paganism) is an increasingly popular religious movement emphasizing ancient pagan religious traditions and reverence for nature. It takes a variety of forms known as "paths," which range from Wicca, which focuses on spells and goddess worship, to Hellenic Polytheism, which seeks to revive Greek paganism in an academically accurate form. The articles in this section explain both the common characteristics and diverse forms of Neopaganism. Neopagan Beliefs, Pagan Beliefs - ReligionFacts

Neopaganism is not an organized religion and has no official doctrine. Pagans follow a wide variety of paths and may have a variety of beliefs on religious questions like the divine, human nature and the afterlife. However, there are some common beliefs that are held by most Neopagans. Perhaps the most fundamental belief of Neopaganism is the recognition of the divine in nature. Pagans revere the cycle of the seasons, which is regarded as an expression of the divine and a model for spiritual growth and renewal. The Earth herself is regarded as sacred by many Pagans, and deep ecological concerns are characteristic of most followers of Neopaganism. Different deities are connected with different times of the year and worshipped in seasonal festivals, and practices like astrology and divination are rooted in the belief in nature's divinity. Neopaganism is also characterized by its revival of ancient polytheistic religions. Pagans are especially interested in the pantheons of northern Europe (Norse) and Britain (Celtic) but also incorporate gods and beliefs of ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian paganism. Some Pagans regard one particular god (or the God and Goddess pair) as the Supreme Principle, worshipping that divinity above all others. Some regard all gods as aspects of the Great God and all goddesses as aspects of the Great Goddess, for example. But nearly all Neopagans recognize the existence and true divinity of other gods; virtually no Neopagans are monotheists. In addition to gods and goddesses, Neopagans usually honor ancestral and locational spirits. These might include deceased relatives (honored especially at Samhain), local and national heros, Elves, the spirit of the hearth, and so on. In additon to these commonly-held beliefs, Neopagans who follow a particular path usually have their own distinctive religious beliefs. See Neopagan Paths for information on these. Sources "Neo-Paganism." Encyclopædia Britannica (2007). Encyclopædia Britannica Online. "Information about Paganism." The Pagan Federation (accessed January 2007). Paganism Defined Asatru - Odin - one-eyed leader Witches' Voice Inc. - 24 April, 2011 - 11:42:16 AM Pagan Beliefs Pagan Sacred narratives Pagan Ultimate Reality and Divine Beings Pagan Human Nature and the Purpose of Existence Eye of Horus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eye of Providence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Odin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lugus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wadjet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Solar deity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Easter Bunny - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The True Origin of Easter The Origin Of Christmas Necronomicon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Necronomicon necronomicon - Google Search The Necronomicon by Abdul Alhazred The Return of Dagon (The Fish god) - YouTube

Taoism, Daoism

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Tao Te Ching

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Tao Teh Ching - Index of Chapters Taoism - Tao Te Ching Translations (list) LaoTze - TaoDeJing Tao Te Ching - The Way of Life - The Wisdom of Ancient China [Part 1 of 9] [Part 2 of 9] [Part 3 of 9] [Part 4 of 9] [Part 5 of 9] [Part 6 of 9] [Part 7 of 9] [Part 8 of 9] [Part 9 of 9] Eckhart Tolle TV, "The Tao Te Ching" - YouTube Dr. Wayne Dyer: Living the Wisdom of the Tao - YouTube Wayne Dyer Summarises The Tao. Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life (Part 1 of 2) - YouTube Wayne Dyer Summarises The Tao. Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life (Part 2 of 2) - YouTube

Secret of the Golden Flower
Secret of the Golden Flower

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The Secret of the Golden Flower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Philosopher’s Stone Chinese Alchemy : The Hui Ming Ching, The Book of Consciousness and Life: Magical Transformation Skills - FYSK: Daoist Culture Centre - Database Book of Secret Correspondence Chinese Alchemy : The Hui Ming Ching, The Book of Consciousness and Life: Flower of Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia THE SECRET OF THE GOLDEN FLOWER: Explained - YouTube Secret of the Golden Flower [1/5] - YouTube Secret of the Golden Flower [2/5] - YouTube Secret of the Golden Flower [3/5] - YouTube Secret of the Golden Flower [4/5] - YouTube Secret of the Golden Flower [5/5] - YouTube Secret of the golden flower, a taoistic meditation - YouTube Secret of the Golden Flower The Secret of the Golden Flower (Chinese Alchemy) --- Hui Ming Ching (Book of Consciousness and Life) The Secret Of The Golden Flower - An Introduction To The Secret Of The Golden Flower The Secret of the Golden Flower DarinHamel's Channel - YouTube Taoist Alchemy Q&A Video #1 - YouTube Taoist Alchemy Pt 1: The Stages from the Beginning to Ascension - YouTube

Taoist Alchemy Pt 2: How I accomplished the 100 Days of Building the Foundation - YouTube Taoist Alchemy Pt 3: How I accomplished the 10 Months Gestation - YouTube Taoist Alchemy Pt 4: How I accomplished the 3 Years Nurturing Baby Shen - YouTube Taoist Alchemy Pt 5: How I (almost) accomplished the 9 Years Crushing the Void - YouTube Taoism - ReligionFacts Taoism (also spelled Daoism) is based on the teachings of the Tao Te Ching, a short tract written in the 6th century BC in China. Its emphasis on spiritual harmony within the individual complements Confucianism's focus on social duty. Today, there are 20 million Taoists worldwide, most of whom live in China, Taiwan or Southeast Asia. Taoism is also increasingly influential in the West, especially in the field of alternative medicine and in martial arts like Tai Chi. Taoist Beliefs - ReligionFacts The ancient Chinese religion of Taoism is not entirely distinct from Confucianism or Chinese folk religion, for all Chinese religion and philosophy operate within the same ancient worldview. Since earliest times, Chinese thought has been characterized by an awareness of man's close relationship with nature and the universe, a cyclical view of time and the universe, veneration or worship of ancestors, the idea of Heaven, and belief in the divinity of the sovereign. Both Confucianism and Taoism operate within this worldview and incorporate many of its concepts. These two organized belief systems are best viewed as complementary rather than competitive. While Confucianism concerns itself with the social and moral side of life, Taoism focuses on the individual, spiritual life. The articles in this section explain some of the beliefs that are especially fundamental to Taoism. Ch'i Death and Afterlife Immortals Purpose of Life The Tao

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