Jesus' Fraudulent Ministry
"And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day, and stood up for to read....The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, To preach the acceptable year of the Lord."óLuke 4:16-19. Thus begins the ministry of Jesus Christ except for one tiny problem. There was no synagogue in Nazareth because there never was a Nazareth.

When D. M. Murdock (Acharya S) wrote her book "The Christ Conspiracy," she often exaggerated, but on one issue she was right on target. She could not help but notice that Jesus' ministry followed the signs of the Zodiac. When Jesus was in Taurus he dealt with issues that might be linked to the bull, when he was in Scorpio he dealt with issues of back biting which might be associated with the scorpion and so forth. The reason for this is quite simple. The scriptures that Apollonius brought back from India which formed the basis for the gospels were actually originally the work of an Indian trance medium pertaining to the growing seasons. It started with the 'Star in the East' which signaled the beginning of planting season. This in all liklihood started either at the end of winter or the beginning of spring, but the Church changed the date of the birth narrative to December 25, to correspond to that of Mithra. The original 4 gospel accounts probably represented the 4 seasons. These stages of the growing season were then transposed to represent the 4 seasons of life, of either the Buddha or the Indian Christos. They then were gradually transformed into 4 independent eyewitness accounts of the passion of Jesus Christ by the coniving priests. The connection of the sacrificed savior and fertility was a theme often used in the mystery religions. The blood of the savior fertilized the fields. Hence in the Mithra myth the blood of the sacrificed sacred bull fertilized the fields and served to reassure the faithful that the crops would once again grow in the upcoming year. The following video outlines the astrological meaning of the Christian myth.

At first, Jesus is under the illusion that it is he who is the long awaited second coming of the Essene 'Teacher of Righteousness,' the 'Son of Man' who will conduct the Last Judgment upon the return of his Apostles whom he had dispatched to preach his gospel across Israel. When they return they find that there still is no 'Son of Man.' So, Jesus concocts a new theory. It is he who will be the sacrificial lamb who will precede the coming of the 'Son of Man.' He therefore begins his trek to his final destination, Jerusalem where he will meet his fate. His whole plan is nothing more than an attempt at retracing the final steps of the Essene Teacher. It is this portion and only this portion of the gospel accounts, starting with the baptism through the empty tomb narrative which are somewhat consistent from gospel to gospel and represent what was actually written by the first century authors, the remainder of the texts being written by various Judaizing and Hellenizing sectarians during the second century.

Some may find this enough to validate the story, but it is this very part of the gospel accounts, of Jesus' ministry, which Dead Sea Scroll archivist Joseph Atwill exposed as nothing more than the military campaign of the Roman Emperor Titus, in his book "Caesar's Messiah." In other words, there is no authentic portion of the Gospel Jesus, because the story is bogus. It is pure fiction. There never was such a person as Jesus Christ. The whole account was concocted to point to the Roman Emperor Titus as the one who fulfilled the Temple prophesy. It is he who becomes the 'Son of Man,' who is the second coming not of the Essene Teacher, but of his surrogate Jesus Christ who returns to punish the Jews by destroying Jerusalem and the Jewish Temple.

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