Little Known Facts of Jesus

jesus-walking-4-post“Biblical historians and other historical sources believe Jesus was actually born in the temple, His birthday the 2nd of April – His true paternal father was Ananias who appears in the book of Acts as the judge and prosecutor of Paul. There is strong circumstantial evidence to support this belief.

It is well known that Jesus spent many of His boyhood years living in the temple grounds with His mother Mary and His foster-father, Joseph, a carpenter, whose task it was to keep the temple in repair.child-jesus

No doubt it was this close contact with the workings of the temple in His boyhood, which later powered a tremendous incentive to overthrow the tyrannical hypocracy which He witnessed as the daily practice of Rabbinical dispensations.

It is also well established that the babe Jesus was not taken to Egypt, but instead was taken to Mount Carmel, the area where He spent His first six years among the Essenes, a cult of spiritual intellectuals. Among these people the child Jesus found ample opportunity to learn much wisdom, as well as to reorientate the new physical body with the Higher Self. This will easily explain how, at a later time, Jesus wajesus-in-tombs able to confound the priests in the temple.

In line with these and other historical findings, the Rosecrucians have, as part of their historical literature, expressed strong evidence that Jesus did not die on the cross, but a last hour reprieve was granted by Pilate, being then taken down by His faithful followers, and to satisfy the Rabbis, was then placed in the tomb. There with His wonderful recuperative powers, He was quickly healed of His wounds, His followers returned at night and rolled away the stone; Jesus then going into hiding until He appeared publicly to his faithful followers.” – Excerpt from Infinite Contact

Crucifixion: A Letter Written Seven Years After the Crucifixion by a Personal Friend of Jesus in Jerusalem: On p.73 of this historical text “A Letter Written by A Personal Friend of Jesus to An Esseer Brother in Alexandria” St. Nicodemus says, “Dear friends, be of good cheer, and let us go to work. Jesus is not dead, he seems so as his strength is gone”. -St. Nicodemus quote that Jesus was alive and they treated him.

“And their saying, ‘We did kill the Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah;’ whereas they slew him not, nor crucified him, but he was made to appear to them like one crucified; and those who differ therein are certainly in doubt about it; they have no knowledge thereof, but only follow a conjecture; and they did not convert this into a certainty”. – Verse 4:157, The Quran

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