The Death of the Disciple, James

Death of the Disciples; The Killing of James

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James the less

Quote;"We now have solid archeological proof that James is the son of Joseph and James IS the brother of Jesus." ???

the box New Evidence of the existance of James
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21, 2002 — A burial box that was recently discovered in Israel and dates to the first century could be the oldest archaeological link to Jesus Christ, according to a French scholar whose findings were published Monday. An inscription in the Aramaic language — “James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus” — appears on an empty ossuary, a limestone burial box for bones.
ANDRE LEMAIRE SAID it’s “very probable” the writing refers to Jesus of Nazareth. He dates the ossuary to A.D. 63, just three decades after the crucifixion.

We dispute this as we have words from the Nag Hammidi (below) that prove Mary is the mother of James and other findings that say Cleophas, Joseph's brother, is James's father..more on The Real Jesus

..from a book review of The Brother of Jesus; "The first, definitive account of what scholars and the media are calling "the most important archaeological discovery" about Jesus, his family, and the Jesus movement, which Jesus' brother James led in Jerusalem after the crucifixion; the find reveals a whole new picture of Jesus' life as the member of a large family of brothers and sisters and of earliest Christianity as led by his brothers and closest friends".

Carved in Aramaic on the side of this particular box is the inscription Ya'akov bar Yosef achui d'Yeshua, which translates to "James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus." Some people think it once contained the bones of the eldest of Jesus's four brothers, the leader of the Jewish-Christian community in Jerusalem, a martyr who was stoned to near-death before being finished off with a cudgel.
Alice K. Turner

Disputing facts;

It's odd, we think, that this so-called 'discovery' was released in October, just five months before a Book entitled The Brother of Jesus, by Hershal Shanks and Ben Witherington was released in March, 2003.

"Cleopas;(kl´ps),in the New Testament, is one of the two who met the risen Jesus on the way to Emmaus. Perhaps the same as Cleophas". Cleopas has been identified as the Father of James the less. There is, at any rate, very good ground (Galatians 1:19, 2:9, 2:12) for believing that the Apostle James, the son of Alpheus is the same person as James, the brother of the Lord, the well-known Bishop of Jerusalem of the Acts. As to the nature of the relationship which the name "brother of the Lord" is intended to express.

From the Catholic encyclopedia; The identification of James, the brother of the Lord and James , the son of Mary, and probably of Cleophas or Clopas offers some difficulty. This identification requires the identity of Mary, the mother of James (Matthew 27:56; Mark 15:40) , with Mary the wife of Cleophas (John 19:25), and, consequently, the identity of Alpheus and Clophas. As Clophas and Alpheus are probably two different transcriptions of the same Aramaic name Halpai (CLEOPHAS), it must be admitted that two different names have been borne by one man. Indeed, there are several examples of the use of two names (a Hebrew and a Greek or Latin name) to designate the same person (Simon-Petrus; Saulus-Paulus), so that the identity of Alpheus and Cleophas is by no means improbable.

"(kl´fs), in the New Testament, husband of one of the Marys who stood at the foot of the Cross. This is apparently Mary the mother of St. James the Less, and Jesus but the father of James the Less is Alphaeus. A very important explanation is that 'Cleophas' is the Aramaic form and Alphaeus in the Greek form of the same name. Some identify Cleopas with "Cleophas". This is Joseph's brother and the SECOND husband of Mary. That is why he is at the cross with HIS WIFE.

The Disciples; Thomas, James, Jude, Andrew, Nathanael, Bartholomew, Phillip, Peter, Jacob, John, Simeon, Matthew, ( Mark?, or Luke? - Not ) James the Less, John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene are High Priests.

James, the bishop of Jerusalem, was known for encouraging Christians to retain aspects of their Jewish heritage instead of jettisoning that heritage as Paul had.

Paul, who was not overly fond of James, calls him "the brother of the Lord" in Gal 1:19 and no doubt is thinking especially of him when he speaks of "the brothers of the Lord" in 1 Cor 9:5 ( this confirms the existance of 'a brother' and it may actually confirm the existance of the actual 'step brothers' of Jesus ). At the same time it concludes that Mary was not a 'virgin forever' as the church proclaims.

In The King James version of the Bible, Acts, As previously pointed out, Paul wanted James killed so he could influence Peter. But there is much more to the story as you have already seen. Jesus actually had several step-brothers and sisters. It is believed by many that Jesus was the oldest son and had brothers named; Thomas (his twin), James, Jose, Simon and Jude. See Matthew 12:46-50. The Gentile audience would prefer that Jesus did not have 'family'. This of course brings up other 'questionable' things about Jesus's life and real mission.

Hegesippus, the 2nd-century Church historian who was a Jewish convert and probably hailed from Palestine, likewise speaks of "James, the brother of the Lord" (in Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History 2.23.4); indeed, Hegesippus also speaks of certain other well-known Palestinian Christians as "a cousin of the Lord", who is also called 'Jesus'. ( John )(4.22.4), the "brothers of the Savior" (3.25.5) and "his [the Lord's] brother according to the flesh" (3.20.1). The Undisputed Antiquities 20.9.1

Josephus, instead of identifying James as "the brother of Jesus-who-is-called-Messiah" (Gk. ton adelphon Iesou tou legomenou Christou), originally referred to James as "the brother of the Lord" (Gk. ton adelphon tou kyriou). Notably, nowhere else does Josephus use the word 'adelphon' to refer to anything other than familial association.
In Galatians 1:19, with the same phrase, has survived completely intact; and we have even more numerous and earlier manuscripts of Paul, yet all filtered through Christian scribes who believed that James was the blood brother of Jesus.

James; He is the Patron Saint of druggist, dying, fullers, hatters, and Uruguay.

Jesus' family Tree This page shows there is 'another' Mary. This is not true because We think Jesus' mother married Cleopas who was Joseph's brother, after Joseph died. We believe James, being the son of Cleopas, is on the opposite side of the fence with Jesus until just before his so-called death. Therefore James, Simeon, Jude and Jose, ect., are the sons of Cleopas and Mary from their marriage and are they Jesus' step-brothers?...more proof in the Nag Hammidi..

"Once when I was sitting deliberating, he opened the door. That one whom you hated and persecuted came in to me. He said to me, "Hail, my brother; my brother, hail." As I raised my face to stare at him, (my) mother said to me, "Do not be frightened, my son, because he said 'My brother' to you (sg.). For you (pl.) were nourished with this same milk. Because of this he calls me "My mother". For he is not a stranger to us. He is your step-brother [...]." (Name edited out)
The (Second) Apocalypse of James
Another fact is that Thomas is the twin brother of Jesus. The virgin gives birth in the 7th month, which is consistant with twin birth. And as we have pointed out on the passage pages, holy births were sometimes 'twin' births.

Paul went to Rome in AD 57.. His mission was to kill Jonahan Annas, the high priest of Jerusalem. Josephus explains in his Antiquities of the Jews that the killing was arranged by Antonius Felix, who had become the Procurator of Judaea (the office held by Pontius Pilate). Annas had apparently admonished Felix for his bad management of Jewish affairs, and Felix retaliated from Caesarea by sending his assassins to Jerusalem. They arrived at the Temple in the guise of worshippers, but then produced their concealed daggers and slaughtered the high priest along with a number of witnesses.

Therefore it is written by Epiphanius, Bishop of Constantia: There was a confrontation between James and Paul in 63 AD and Paul moves to have HIS New Nasorean leadership supported by Simon Peter. This is a lie. Paul was opposed to the Nasoreans and Simeon Peter did not support him before this time, as Jesus had told him and the disciples to "stay away from anyone who calls themself 'Bishop'".
"And there shall be others of those who are outside our number who name themselves bishop and also deacons, as if they have received their authority from God. They bend themselves under the judgment of the leaders. Those people are dry canals." from..The Apocalypse of Peter. Peter only sided with, or was forced to go along, with Paul after James was killed.

Proof paul murdered the disciples and he was NOT one of them. "Now it is to the twelve apostles that you shall go, for they are elect spirits, and they will greet you." ( This narrative could be the result of 'coping' ie, the works of Enoch.).. Or it could be that Paul learned this from his studies in the Essene Community and used this to authenticate his so-called religious superiority. But there is something else here that doesn't make sence; "And then the heaven opened and we went up to the Ogdoad. And I saw the twelve apostles. They greeted me, and we went up to the ninth heaven. I greeted all those who were in the ninth heaven, and we went up to the tenth heaven. And I greeted my fellow spirits".

The Ogdoad
The Ogdoad were eight deities who were the basis of the Egyptian creation myth during the Middle Kingdom. They were primarily worshipped in Heliopolis, but their aspects of the creation were combined in other areas with existing myths. Each one is a member of a masculine-feminine pair and each pair represents an aspect of the primordial chaos out of which the world was created. Why would paul care or know about such a thing as the Ogdoad? The Apocalypse of Paul

From all indications James is likely the brother of Jesus (cf. Gal 1:19), a claim that gives him particular authority as having been related to Jesus on earth: just as all later Christian writers understood this expression, "the Lord's brother." That is, the brother of Jesus in the flesh, but who is today the Risen Lord, currently a heavenly bestower of the spirit of wisdom upon his church, in their beliefs. James is Jesus' step brother... more, see The Lies of Paul

"Another one of my main objections is that the author of the earliest gospel took this very literally, even when it would have suited his aims to distance James from Jesus. In my opinion, he did so, but with another way that seems rather forced: he took the James the brother of the Lord mentioned in Galatians as first of the three pillars in Jerusalem (cf. Gal 2:9), which he and everyone knew to be the blood brother of Jesus". A 'piller' is a High Priest in the true Jerusalem church. from..
The Minority Position On 20.9.1, by James H. Charlesworth. "some words in Antiquities 18 seem authentic to Josephus, because in Antiquities 20 he refers to a man named James as the brother of Jesus."

This individual is brought to Ananus, the Sadducean high priest, who convened the judges of the Sanhedrin and was responsible for their condemnation of James and his subsequent stoning. The action was offensive and unjust to many Jews in Jerusalem. These appealed to King Agrippa, who because of complaints about the behavior of Ananus removed him from the high priesthood.

Who is this 'James'? Josephus identifies him clearly: "Ananus convened the judges of the Sanhedrin and brought before them a man named James, the brother of Jesus said to be Christ. (ton adelphon Iesou tou legomenou Christou, Iakobos onoma auto, Ant. 20.200", [LCL].

The Story in the KJB, The ACTS of Paul

We will begin by refering to Acts: 5-29, where Peter is chastizing the Roman guards for what they did to Jesus. They had escaped from jail and they are preaching the 'word' about Jesus. They finally gain their freedom from a man named Gamaliel who fears revolt if the apostles are not allowed to go free. They are flogged and told not to speek of Jesus again. They then decide to choose seven men from the group , who will be appointed to carry the 'word' to the people whilst the origional 12 ( less Judas ) concentrate on prayer and minstry of the 'word'.

A man named 'Stephen' is chosen and described as 'a man full of God's grace and power, did great wonders and miraculous signs amoung the people.' Acts:6-8
The verses go on to describe how much 'wisdom' this man has and how he is becoming despised by the Church and the 'teachers of the law'( the unlawful Jerusalem Church ) that had Jesus prosecuted and killed by "hanging him on a tree.".

Acts:7-54, has the people stoning the man called Stephen.

In the New Testament, servant-deacons also took leadership roles. In Acts 6, we are told that the Apostles appointed seven deacons to care for the widows. One of those deacons was Stephen, the first Christian martyr. Ignatius tells us that Stephen was James' deacon, his personal assistant (this is James, the Lord's brother). He was also a great preacher and spokesman for Christianity.

"Meanwhile the witnesses laid their cloths at the feet of a young man named Saul"...Acts:8-1, Who is this evil person who dares to "APPROVE" the death of Stephen or someone who is said to be filled with the spirit of God? Why is this killing written about as though it were the 'right thing to do'?

The scripture continued... "They rush upon Stephen, drag him out of the city, and stone him to death. And he kneels down and prays: "Lord, lay not this sin to their charge", and dies." Beginning with the martyrdom of Stephen, a great persecution arose against the Church at Jerusalem; all were scattered abroad throughout Judea and Samaria, except the Apostles. The leader of the persecution was Saul, (Paul) afterwards to become the great paul, the Apostle of the Gentiles!!!

This makes sense because James was actually stoned when he tried to enter the temple as it's rightful High Priest and the 'NEW Testament of PAUL', makes sure you don't know about it.

The stoning of James was written about by Epiphanius, Bishop of Constantia ( AD 315 to 403 ) from an eye witnesses account of James wearing a breastplate and mitre of a High Priest and claiming he was the first Bishop of Jerusalem.

The use of the word Bishop is however highly unlikely, since Jesus told Peter, "A man who calls himself Bishop is a waterless canal". from ..The Apocalypse of Peter"And there shall be others of those who are outside our number who name themselves bishop and also deacons, as if they have received their authority from God. They bend themselves under the judgment of the leaders. Those people are dry canals."
These words of the Master were deleted from scripture. Why?

From the Catholic encyclopedia.. "A murmuring having arisen of the Grecian Jews, that their widows were neglected in the daily ministration, the Apostles, deeming it unworthy that they should forsake the word of God and serve tables, appoint seven deacons to minister. Chief among the deacons was Stephen, a man full of the Holy Spirit. He wrought great signs and wonders among the people. The anti-Christian Jews endeavour to resist him, but are not able to withstand the wisdom and the spirit by which he speaks. They - suborn witnesses to testify that he has spoken against Moses and the Temple. Stephen is seized and brought into the council. False witnesses testify that they have heard Stephen say that "this Jesus of Nazareth shall destroy this place, and shall change the customs which Moses delivered to us". All who sat in the council saw Stephen's face, as it had been the face of an angel. He makes a defence, in which he reviews the chief events in the first covenant, and its relation to the New Law".

This is also a lie!

You see here, NO ONE in Jesus's group is referred to as 'deacon'...Moses's laws will not be changed by the Nazerenes or James at least, and there was no such thing as 'a new law' appointed by anyone but Paul and the Sadduces. So Stephen never said this, but Paul did! Proof that the Laws of Moses are in the Dead Sea Scrolls.

The deacon Philip first preaches in Samaria with great fruit. Like all the preachers of the first days of the Church, Philip confirms his preaching by great miracles. Peter and John go up to Samaria and confirm the converts whom Philip had made. Philip, commanded by an angel, goes down the road from Jerusalem to Gaza, and on the way converts and baptizes the eunuch of Candace Queen of Ethiopia. Philip is thence transported by Divine power to Azotus and preaches to all the coast cities until be comes to Cæsarea.

The story you will see below is about James and written by an eye witness.

This appears to be the surmon of James in the Temple...
" Renounce this difficult way, which is (so) variable, and walk in accordance with him who desires that you become free men with me, after you have passed above every dominion. For he will not judge (you) for those things that you did, but will have mercy on you. For (it is) not you that did them, but it is your Lord (that did them). He was not a wrathful one, but he was a kind Father" ( Master ).

"But you have judged yourselves, and because of this you will remain in their fetters. You have oppressed yourselves, and you will repent, (but) you will not profit at all. Behold him who speaks and seek him who is silent. Know him who came to this place, and understand him who went forth (from it). I am the Just One, and I do judge. I am not a master, then, but I am a helper. He was cast out before he stretched out his hand. I [...]". ...[...].. indicates missing fragments of text.

"[...] and he allows me to hear. And play your trumpets, your flutes and your harps of this house. The Lord has taken you captive from the Lord, having closed your ears, that they may not hear the sound of my word. Yet you will be able to pay heed in your hearts, and you will call me 'the Just One.' Therefore, I tell you: Behold, I gave you your house, which you say that God has made - that (house) in which he promised to give you an inheritance through it. This (house) I shall doom to destruction and derision of those who are in ignorance. For behold, those who judge deliberarate [...]." (in a false house shall fall)

"On that day all the people and the crowd were disturbed, and they showed that they had not been persuaded. And he arose and went forth speaking in this manner. And he entered (again) on that same day and spoke a few hours. And I was with the priests and revealed nothing of the relationship, since all of them were saying with one voice, 'Come, let us stone the Just One.' And they arose, saying, 'Yes, let us kill this man, that he may be taken from our midst. For he will be of no use to us."

And remember the 2nd Apocalypse of James [Nag Hammadi Codex v,3]: This is the discourse that James the Just spoke in Jerusalem, which Mareim, one of the priests, wrote. "He had told it to Theuda, the father [read: brother] of the Just One [James himself], since he was a relative of his".
Paul is deceptively hiding amoung the priests and pretending not to know James. James was always referred to as 'The Just One'.
( Mareim is Mary Magdalen and she is a Priest appointed by Jesus himself. ) proof found in
The Gospel of Thomas

In the 66th to 70th chapters of the Clementine Recognitions, James undertook a public lecture in the Temple regarding the true doctrine of his brother Jesus, with the famous Rabbuis Gamaliel and Caiaphas putting questions to him. The eloquence and lodgic of James were gaining full support of the invited audience when an enemy believed to be Paul, caused a major disturbance which resulted in James being thrown down a flight of stairs and injured.

"And they were there and found him standing beside the columns of the temple beside the mighty corner stone. And they decided to throw him down from the height, and they cast him down. And they [...] they [...]. They seized him and struck him as they dragged him upon the ground. They stretched him out and placed a stone on his abdomen. They all placed their feet on him, saying 'You have erred!'" - [...] indicates missing fragments of text. ( his name )

"Again they raised him up, since he was alive, and made him dig a hole. They made him stand in it. After having covered him up to his abdomen, they stoned him in this manner"....from
The Second Apocalypse of James

Josephus' account "And so he convened the judges of the Sanhedrin, and brought before them the brother of Jesus, the one called Christ, whose name was James, and certain others, and accusing them of having transgressed the law delivered them up to be stoned". see The second mention of Jesus in the Antiquities (Book 20, Ch. 9, Par. 1).

Josephus' account of James being stoned is different from the account given by the church historian Hegesippus c. 170 CE. Meier writes (ibid., p. 58): "According to Hegesippus, the scribes and Pharisees cast James down from the battlement of the Jerusalem temple. They begin to stone him but are constrained by a priest; finally a laundryman clubs James to death (2.32.12-18). James's martyrdom, says Hegesippus, was followed immediately by Vespasian's siege of Jerusalem (A.D. 70)."

Another Essene sect says; "Paul rebuked the priests for having listened to James, and, like a madman, began to excite the priests and people to murder James and the brethren, saying 'Do not hesitate; grab them and pull them to pieces.' Paul then, seizing a strong brand from the altar, set the example of smiting. Then others also, seeing him, joined in the beating. Much blood was shed. Although James and the brethren were more numerous and more powerful they rather suffered themselves to be killed by an inferior force, than to kill others. Paul attacked James and threw him headlong from the top of the steps; and supposing him to be dead left him."

"Fortunately, James, the Brother of Jesus and leader of the Essene Christians, was revived by Essene healers. He and the other survivors of Paul's attack left Jerusalem and went to an Essene commune to heal. Paul continued to persecute Essene Christians, going from city to city with secret Roman police agents, arresting and killing many.

Then, on the road to Damascus, Paul (this is the point where he changed his name from Saul to Paul) claimed to have a vision of Christ, and supposedly converted to Essene Christianity. By claiming conversion, Paul was entitled to receive initiation into the Essene mystery school (he entered their three year ministerial training program in Damascus) and to learn the various secrets of the group, including their hidden camps and underground church locations. At first, the brethren considered his conversion to be authentic. Later they realized it was no real conversion: IT WAS AN INFILTRATION!

The disciples sent him to Tarsus to preach, but later James and the Nazarean hierachy send their own missionaries in his wake, to undo his preaching and compromise him with his own converts - for Paul by now is preaching something very different from what the Nazareans themselves, under Jesus's brother, have sanctioned . Harassed by James's emissaries, Paul at last returns to Jerusalem where a full scale dispute erupts between him and the Nazareans. Taking advantage of his status as a Roman citizen, Paul demands he be heard by the Emperor personally and is sent to Rome as a prisoner. He died between A.A. 64 and 67.
The Messianic Legacy, Baigent, Leigh and Lincoln

Acts;9-1,..Still has Saul trying to murder the disciples. He is actively hunting down the apostles who belong to the 'Way'. and in 67AD, Saul drives the Mandaeans/ Nasoreans out of Jerusalem. They possibly went to Jericho, Masada and Damascus/Qumran and as you will see on the Knights Templar page, to France and Scotland. Many committed suicide rather than be taken prisoner by the Romans. This was accomplished by one person , by agreement, by killing the rest and then him self, sacrificing his soul for the benefit of the others.

Another Huge lie, Corinthians 9:1 "I am an Apostle, God's messenger..I actually saw Jesus,"..
[ James ] Saul/Paul was NOT taken in as a member of the apostles AT ANY TIME EVER, and when James was stoned, there was a riot and Paul escaped Jerusalem barely with his life. Then the war with the Romans at Masada began in 64 AD. You will notice how James is not mentioned again in the Bible therefore down playing and altogether removing his role in the Nasorean/Essene movement.

Acts:9-26 clearly describes how the disciples did not trust Saul/Paul and finally sent him away to Tarsus. This corresponds precisely with the beginning of the war and fall of Jerusalem in 70AD.
Qumran and the Temple were destroyed in this war. Now read ACTS 12:1-23. Finally Herod is eaten by worms and dies. His daughter who is the cause of John the Baptist, being be-headed, falls through the ice and her own head is chopped off by the ice. This is when Herod susposedly realises what he has done. Acts 12:25 has Saul and Barnabas taking John also called Mark with them back from Jerusalem. Why? Why is Mark forced to be the 'helper'., Acts 13:5 . Has he been taken prisoner by Paul? or is he a willing helper?

Acts: 23-27, paul is portrayed as a hero but he is still stalking the apostles in Damascus which is the Qumran community. He even claims to have the support of Simon Peter, but this is the lie Peter himself refutes because he issued a warning to the people telling them not to be taken in by Paul and says, "Wherefore observe the greatest caution, that you believe no teacher, unless he brings from Jerusalem the testimonial of James, the Lords brother".

[Jacob the Righteous : Hebrew (Yakov: heeler, supplanter; Gen 25:26) = Greek 'James'; Christ's human brother (Mk 6:3, Ac 12:17, Epistle of James)
and from the Gospel of Thomas #12. . The disciples said to Jesus, "We know that you are going to leave us. Who will be our leader?" Jesus said to them, "No matter where you are you are to go to James the Just, for whose sake heaven and earth came into being."

The King James Bible NT also has God giving favor, help and guidance to the lier paul. This episode was not written by Josephus. It was written by paul himself who was under the influence of Rome, and had a job to do, but some words may have been changed or wording was inserted into the original format.

Paul is then moved in secrecy to Herod's palace. Acts: A.D. 58, Paul is imprisoned in Caesarea [Acts 23:23-26:32]; in 60 imprisoned in Rome? He is then moved several more times as a prisoner finally to Rome to come before Caesar. This is what we refer to as protective custody. He was under guard and in chains but even then spoke falsely using the words of Isaiah to keep preaching his lies.

Paul was killed by the Zealots in Rome in 65 AD in retalliation for the murder of James. After that, nothing is recorded until 90 AD with the first Epistle of John. The 'missing years' between 66 and 90 AD were years of insurrection, riots and murder. The Zealots finally ran the Roman garrison at Jerusalem out. They killed the temple priests and anyone else who got in their way. The Roman Army did advance but the Jews were surprised when the troops just turned and walked away at that point. In the spring of 68AD the Army returned and by June the Temple was destroyed.
The War Scroll , is the tale of the war and the secret hiding of the 'other' Temple Scrolls that were recovered by the Templers .

The initiation and the ceremony of the 'living resurrection' became 'closed' to any new members after Jesus' death and Ascent to heaven. .. Therefore Paul was not an 'initiate' and did not understand who Jesus really was. He made up his own assumptions based on the words of James, without knowing or understanding what James was really saying. And one must consider the 'oath' not to reveal any secret teachings to the uninitiated. paul was ignorant, Paul was 'DEAD'.

Only the 'Brotherhood' understood the teachings of Jesus, and this was the way he intended it to be. Matthew 11: 25-27 "All things have been committed to me by my Father. No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and Those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him". Jesus clearly did not pick Paul.

"Catholic teachings were introduced by the archons," 'claimed the Gnostics', "who were wicked rulers of the world that led men astray." The church responded by initiating a vicious antiheretical campaign against the Gnostics. The attack eventually lead to the Gnostics demise and ensured the survival of the Catholic church. The Church attacked anyone who stood in the way, or tried to block their road to total control. They have done this for 2000 years. The secret texts that were revered by the Gnostics were all omitted from the bible and labeled heretical by the church fathers. There were originally 1257 pages, fifty-one seperate writings. The archons are mentioned frequently in the Nag Hammidi writings.

As you read these sayings by Jesus, ( the Gospel of Thomas ) you will see that Jesus tells the deciples not to go to anyone else but his brother James. .. Gospel of Thomas #12. The Disciples say to Yeshúa: "We know that thou shall go away from us. Who is it that shall be Rabbiº over us?" Yeshúa ( Jesus ) says to them: "In the place that you have come, you shall go to Jacob ( who is James ) the Righteousº, for whose sake the sky and earth come to be." (apparently a post-resurrection according to dialog; see John 7:5 & Acts 1:14)

And Jesus also says, "the Pharisees and the scribes took the keys of knowledge and hid them. They did not go in, nor did they allow those entering to go in. You however will be wise as snakes and innocent as doves." The Keys of knowledge are also hidden in the words of Thoth, who is also known as the Logos,( Divine Wisdom ) and Hermes who was the Greek equivelant. Again the culture or the ancient religion of the people determine did the writing. These Tablets have been dated to 10,000BC. The substance they are made of is not reproducible in modern science.

Paul's lie continued... Also the Habakkuk Pesher also makes it clear that paul is the 'spouter of lies' who battled with the 'Teacher of the Righteous' who was James. Corinthians:9-1, Paul admits he is not an apostle and verse 20 he says he " became a Jew to win the Jews " and 21, "To those not having the law, I became like one not having the law, so as to win those not having the law." 22 he says, "I have become all things to all men so that by any possible means, that I might 'save' some".

What does he mean, he might? Men cannot save men, only one's self can save himself, but one must 'know' and understand who Jesus was, as described by the Gnostic teaching above. This is confirmed by the words of Jesus and the The Gospel of Thomas #3. .. "But the Sovereignty of God is within you and it is with out you. Those who come to recognize themselves shall find it,...."Gen 6:2, Dt30:11-14, Hos 1:10, Mal 2:10, Lk 17:21
Plato's philebus 48c, 63c.

Hyam Maccoby argues that paul was never a Pharisee rabbi, never received training under Gamaliel, a great teacher of law, but a simple adventurer, a convert to Hellenistic Judaism born of Gentile parents. He came to Jerusalem as an adult to become a henchman of the High Priest, James. Paul then says James was a false teacher of the mission of Christ and he [Paul] then openly disreguards the Jerusalem Church.
How could James, the Lords brother, the true High Priest of God, be a false teacher?
This above all, is a huge lie. This is the beginning of the FALSE RELIGION

In Corinthians 11:3-4, he states explicitly that the Nazarean emissaries of James are promulgating 'another Jesus, a Jesus different from the one he is promulgating. Paul in effect, betrays the commission entrusted to him by James and the Nazerean hierarchy. For Paul, Jesus's teaching and political status are less important than Jesus himself. Instead of making converts to Judaism, Paul makes converts to his own personal and 'pagan cult' of Jesus, while Judaism as such becomes incidental.
The Messianic Legacy, Baigent, Leigh and Lincoln

Acts:21-27 sees Paul arrested for teaching the Jews to turn away from the Laws of Moses. He has entered the Temple bringing with him Gentiles ( Greeks ) and an Ephesian named Tromhimus. The people become an angry mob and drag him from the temple beating him. Even the Jerusalem church would not allow Gentiles in the Temple. The crowd tries to kill Paul but some Roman soldiers approach and paul is arrested. He then lies about his training and admits to the killing of the " Followers of the Way".

Paul uses his 'citizenship' as a Roman and then his Pharisee forefathers to try and defend himself. This prevoked a fight amoungst the Sadducees and the Pharisees who then disagreed on the 'resurrection' and the true mission of Christ.

Paul wrote a letter to the Galatians in 50AD. claiming an exclusive revelation in Christianity saying, "I am astonished to find you turning so quickly away from him who called you by grace, and following a different gospel. Not that that is in fact another gospel; only there are persons who unsettle your minds by trying to distort the gospel of Christ. But if anyone, if we ourselves or an angel from heaven, should preach a gospel at variance with the gospel we preached to you, he should be held outcast". Here begins the surpression of 'other ideas' while making his own gospel and his own law. This also begins the mind control technique used by invented Christians to this day.

Rome, to make matters worse, at that time had had unhappy experiences with the people ( the Jews ) who were claiming the exclusive possession of 'divine knowledge', who distained every form of worship, except its own, as impious and idolatrous. But the new Christian sect appeared even worse.

In the new English Bible , in the introduction to Galatians , it reads, "The immediate issue is whether Christians should observe Jewish law. paul's churches in Galatia had been visited by Christian Jews who preached at least a partial observance of Mosiac Law. paul cites circumcision and the ritual calander as differences. Apparently they presented both themselves and Paul as subject to the authority of the Jerusalem church. paul asserts his devine commission and complete freedom from Jerusalem. .and attacks 'legalism' as a denial in principal of the devine acceptance ('justification') that can only depend on utter trust ( blind faith ) in Christ." Paul says, "The Mosaic Law is for slaves , whereas Christians are God's adopted children; their brotherly love supersedes the law." Once again making his 'law' [ religion ] the only law.

Paul says in Romans:10-12," There is no difference between Jew and Gentile", with which Jesus and the disciples did not mix with as they were considered unclean and heathen. Mary Magdalen was Gnostic.She was not a 'harlot' as the church claims her to be which is again another lie. (revised in 1969)

On our Jesus and Mary page you will read about Mary. She was ordained as a priest by Jesus himself. Mary is the Last True High Priest of the 'Brotherhood'.

And Jesus said, Matthew 13: 11 " The knowledge of the secrets of the kingdom of heaven has been given to you, but not to them. Whoever has been given more, and he will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him". The 'Good soil' in Matthew 13: 1-9 is the 'sons of Men' who will understand the parables he taught and spread it to still other 'Sons of Light'.
The seeds of truth cannot grow amoung weeds..

From the dead Sea Scrolls..The Wicked Priest

"The city is Jerusalem in which the wicked priest did works of abomination and defiled the Temple of God - lQpHab 12.7-9
"The Wicked watches for the righteous, seeking to put him to death."- Psalm 37:32

"Its interpretation concerns the Wicked Priest who watched out for the Teacher of Righteousness and sought to put him to death." - lQpHab 11.4

Robert Eisenman identifies this person as Ananas, the Sadducee High Priest. Ananas is a notoriously corrupt and hated man. He has also betrayed both the God and the people of Israel by collaboration with the Roman administration and their Herodian puppet-kings. James publicly challanges Ananas and eventually meets his death at the hands of Ananas' minions; but Ananas will shortly be assassinated in turn.

And so he convened the judges of the Sanhedrin, and brought before them the brother of Jesus, the one called Christ, whose name was James, and certain others, and accusing them of having transgressed the law delivered them up to be stoned. Those of the inhabits of the city who were considered the most fair-minded and who were strict in observance of the law were offended at this. They therefore secretly sent to King Agrippa urging him, for Ananus had not even been correct in his first step, to order him to desist from any further such actions.
Certain of them even went to meet Albinus, who was on his way from Alexandria, and informed him that Ananus had no authority to convene the Sanhedrin without his consent. Convinced by these words, Albinus angrily wrote to Ananus threatening to take vengeance upon him. King Agrippa, because of Ananus' action, deposed him from the high priesthood which he had held for three months and replaced him with 'Jesus' the son of Damnaeus. from the pages of... Quotations from primary sources

The second mention of Jesus in the Antiquities (Book 20, Ch. 9, Par. 1). ( These are Jewish Priests of the Temple ) Now it is said that the elder Ananus was extremely fortunate... but the younger Ananus, who had been appointed to the high priesthood, was rash in his temper and unusually daring. He followed the school of the Sadducees, who are indeed more heartless than any of the other Jews, as I have already explained , when they sit in judgment. Possessed of such a character, Ananus thought that he had a favourable opportunity because Festus was dead and Albinas was still on the way.

The Habakkuk Pesher "describes the struggle between the Teacher of Righteousness and his opponents - the Man of Lies (termed the Spouter or Preacher of Lies) and the Wicked Priest. The Spouter is pictured as heading a community. The dispute between the Teacher and the Spouter is seems to have been based on matters of religious interpretation and law. The Wicked Priest is said to have begun his rule in truth but then to have abandoned the way of truth. He then persecutes the Teacher, confronting him on the holiest day of the year, the Day of Atonement."
- Lawrence H. Schiffman, Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls

"...The Habakkuk Pesher, xi 13-15...deliberately transmutes an underlying scriptural reference to 'trembling' into an allusion about the Wicked Priest 'not circumcising the foreskin of his heart.' This image plays on Ezekiel 44:7-9's reconstructed Temple vision, also including the language of pollution of the Temple. This last image is specifically related to the demand to ban from it rebels, Law-breakers, foreigners and those 'of uncircumcised heart'."
- Robert Eisman and Michael Wise, The Dead Sea Scrolls Uncovered

"In the time of the interpreter, the Wicked Priest was apparently still alive; because of the latter's perfidy, we read, he would someday be swallowed up by the 'cup of the (Lord's) wrath' (11.12 ff.) and paid back in full for his wickedness against the 'Poor' (Hebrew, ebyonim). The partly untranslatable passage, Habakkuk 2.17, includes the phrases 'The violence of the land, of the city, and of all that dwell therein'. The Habakkuk Pesher alluded to God by writing the Tetragrammaton YHWH in archaic Hebrew letters.

"The 'city' stands, according to the interpreter, for Jerusalem, 'where the Wicked Priest performed his abominations, defiling the sanctuary of the Lord', and the phrase 'the violence of the land' refers to 'the cities of Judah (where) he stole the wealth of the Poor'. The doers of the Torah, we are informed, will ultimately be saved 'by virtue of their toil and their belief in the Teacher of Righteousness' (8.1). While the final-generation priests of Jerusalem will gather lucre 'from the booty of the nations', in the 'end of days it will be given over the Kittim' - and 'on the day of judgment the Lord will destroy all worshippers of graven images and the wicked from the earth'. The theme of righteousness of the poor and wickedness of those amassing lucre has resonances.. .within the Manual of Discipline [Community Rule]."
- Norman Golb, Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls?, (1995) p. 85-86

There are two adversaries Ananas and 'the lier'. This person is described as an outsider who was admitted to the community, then turned renegade, quarreled with the "Teacher" and hijacked part of the community's doctrine and membership. According to the 'Habakkuk Commentary', the Lier', did not listen to the word received by the Teacher of Righteousness from the mouth of God. Instead he appealed to 'the unfaithful of the New Covenant in that they have not believed in the Covenant of God and have profaned His Holy Name'. The text also states explicitly that 'the Liar... flounted the Law in the midst of their whole congregation. He 'led many astray and raised a congreation on deceit'. He himself is said to be 'pregnant with words of deceit'. These are exactly the transgressions which lead, at the end of Acts, to the attempt on Paul's life. Robert Eisenman stresses Paul's striking hypersensitivity to charges of prevarication and perjury.

The Commentary on Habakkuk 8: 5-6 - speaks of someone named 'Jonathan', the wicked priest, when he first arose he was called by the name of truth. He had good intentions, but then he was seduced and corrupted by wealth and power.

The Dead Sea Scrolls, 'Habakkuk Commentary' states; This dispute involves an individual designated as the "Lier", who defects from the community and becomes it's enemy. The 'Damascus Document' condems those' who enter the New Covenant in the land of Damascas, and who again betray it and depart'. Shortly thereafter the document speeks of those 'who deserted to the Liar'.
The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception

The Commentary on Psalms I 7: A - speaks of the liar who "led men astray many by his lying words." "so they heeded not the interpreter of knowledge (Teacher of Righteousness)."

The Zadokite Fragment I: 15-20 - In the admonition the author speaks of a "scoffer" who arose "abolishing the ways of righteousness and removing the boundary with which the forefathers had marked out their inheritance."

In 1 Thomothy 2:7, for example, he asserts indignantly, as if defending himself, that 'I am telling the truth and no lie'. In Corinthians 11:31, he swears that; 'The God and Father of the Lord Jesus..knows I am not lying'. These are but two instances; Paul's letters reveal an almost obsessive desire to exculpate himself from implied accusations of falsity.
Dead Sea Scrolls Deception

In the Book The Dead Sea Scrolls, DeceptionThe Lies of Paul have everything to do with the creation of Christianity because of the exposure of a fraud created in or about 52 A.D. when paul portrayed himself as a disciple and infiltrated the Essene order. They did indeed find facts in Acts that clearly indicate the destruction of the true teachings of Jesus and the elimination or escape of the disciples. This is also backed up by certain elements in the Nag Hammidi Scrolls, as well as the Dead Sea Scrolls which we elaborate on - on our pages about the real life of Jesus.

This explosive material most likely has had the name of the lier supressed, rubbed out, in an attempt to conceal his idenity. This clearly looks like the dispute between James and Paul where Acts actually shows the disciples did not trust Paul and sent him back to Tarus where he came from, which is in Turkey.

The Damascus Covenant, the Pesher Habakkuk and the Manual of Discipline [Community Rule] "effectively reflect stages in the development of an important protest movement in intertestamental Judaism whose specific historical circumstances are still unclear. The movement had, at all events, no demonstrable connection with the Khirbet Qumran site, nor with any particular theater or locus of military operations. The members may have lived throughout Jewish Palestine (as did the Essenes, according to Josephus), and a group, if not all, of them had at one time migrated to Damascus under the leadership of their revered Teacher."
- Norman Golb, Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls?, (1995) p. 91

Following the death of James, leadership transfered to the brother or cousin of Jesus and James, Simon, indicating the continuing importance of his family . Like Jesus, Simon was a Galilean who was know as the 'messiah' and 'the star that was rising out of Jacob'. The name he was given on assuming the leadership was Simon bar Kochba, which means 'son of the star'. This created a 'Jacobite' Jewish sect that was still inline with the Zodakian priesthood.

The forces of Bar Kochba also spent time in the caves of Qumran and had deposited still more scrolls there in AD 132. Other important scrolls discovered were; 'The book of the Giants', the story of 'Enoch and the Watchers', and a 'Vision of the Son of God'.

These apocalyptic expectations find their fullest expression in the War Scroll, which was found in Cave 1 near Qumran along with the Habakkuk Pesher, Community Rule and Manual of Discipline.

The Commentary on Psalms II 14-15 - The reference to Ephraim and Manasseh is referring to the two factions - Sadducees and Pharisees. The Sadducees are Mannasseh and the Pharisees are Ephraim. Both are opposed to the Nazarene sect.

James says; "And he kissed my mouth. He took hold of me, saying, "My beloved! Behold, I shall reveal to you those things that (neither) the heavens nor their archons have known. Behold, I shall reveal to you those things that he did not know, he who boasted, "[...] there is no other except me. Am I not alive? Because I am a father, ( A "Master" in heaven ) do I not have power for everything?" "Behold, I shall reveal to you everything, my beloved. Understand and know them, that you may come forth just as I am. Behold, I shall reveal to you him who is hidden. But now, stretch out your hand. Now, take hold of me."

"And then I stretched out my hands and I did not find him as I thought (he would be). But afterward I heard him saying, "Understand and take hold of me." Then I understood, and I was afraid. And I was exceedingly joyful"...from The (Second) Apocalypse of James

"After six days Jesus took with him Peter, Mary, James and John and the 'brothers' of James, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. There he was transfigured before them. His face shone like the sun, and his clothes became as white as the light. Just then there appeared before them Moses and Elijah, talking with Jesus. Peter said to Jesus, "Lord, it is good for us to be here. If you wish, I will put up three shelters-- one for you, one for Moses and one for Elijah." While he was still speaking, a bright cloud enveloped them, and a voice from the cloud said, "This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased. Listen to him!" When the disciples heard this, they fell facedown to the ground, terrified.
But Christ came and touched them. "Get up," he said. "Don't be afraid." When they looked up, they saw no one except Jesus. As they were coming down the mountain, Jesus instructed them, "Don't tell anyone what you have seen, until the Son of Man ( Jesus ) has been 'raised from the dead'." ( final initiation ) The disciples asked him, "Why then do the teachers of the law say that Elijah must come first?" Jesus replied, "To be sure, Elijah comes and will restore all things. But I tell you, Elijah has already come, and they did not recognize him, but have done to him everything they wished. In the same way the 'Son of Man' is going to suffer at their hands." Then the disciples understood that he was talking to them about John the Baptist." (Matthew 17:1-13)

Matthew 13:13 Jesus; "That is why I speek to them in parables; Though seeing, they do not see; though hearing, they do not understand."
In them is fulfilled the prophecy of Issiah; "You will be ever hearing but never understanding; you will ever be seeing but never perceiving. For this people's heart has become calloused; they hardly hear with their ears and they closed their eyes. Otherwise they might see with their eyes, hear with their ears, understand with their hearts and in turn, I will heal them". ( Isaiah 6:9-10. )

So keep in mind that these sacred Scrolls of the Temple had by now been secretly buried and hidden under the Temple floor at Jerusalem and in Qumran , by the Dead Sea, in the caves. This may have occured in 68 AD, just before the Temple was destroyed. The works of the Nag Hammidi were also hidden about this time in Egypt only to be unearthed in 1947..

Another comparison, that shows the Truth - Judas Thomas

We would like to pay tribute to Thomas, the twin brother of Jesus.

1st century; declared apostle of India by Pope Paul VI in 1972; feast day formerly on December 21.

Christian records say Thomas was probably born in Galilee to a humble family, but there is no indication that he was a fisherman. They say he was a Jew, but there is no account of how he became an apostle to Christ. They use this explaination to discredit him as Jesus' twin brother. And they depict him as older than Jesus. His name is Syriac and means "the twin"; he was also called Didymus, which is the Greek equivalent. In France he is referred to as Jumeau, which also means "twin."

Thomas is remembered for his doubt that Christ had actually risen from the dead, and he said to the apostles, "Unless I see the mark of the nails in His hands and put my finger into the nailmarks, and put my hand into His side, I will not believe" (Luke 20:25). A fabricated account considering that all the disciples knew what 'raising the dead' really meant.

Eight days later, Christ appeared to him and said, "Put your finger here, and see my hands; and bring your hand and put it into my side. And be not faithless, but believing." Thomas fell at His feet, saying, "My Lord and my God!" and Jesus replied, "Because you have seen me, Thomas, you believed. Blessed are they that have not seen, and yet believe" (Luke 20:27-29). This incident gave rise to the expression "a doubting Thomas."

Lest we condemn poor Thomas for his lack of belief, consider that he was a man who relentlessly sought the Truth. Like an inquisitive child, he constantly asked questions. Earlier, when Jesus told his disciples, "I go to prepare a place for you. And I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may also be. And you know the way where I'm going."

At this Thomas, puzzled, but bold enough to ask his Lord to explain, said, "Lord, we do not know where you are going; how can we know the way?"

Jesus replied, "I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, except through me. If you had known me, you would have known my Father also. Henceforth, you know him and have seen him" (John 14:3-7).

When the worried disciples wanted to keep Jesus from going to raise Lazarus from the dead because "the Jews want to stone you and you leave yourself open to them!" Thomas responded, "Let us go also, that we may die with him!" (John 11:16).
We explained this statement as NOT a literal death, but a renewal or awakening initiation process confirmed by this statement that it is known this is about to happen. Jesus being the 'Master' must then go and 'raise' him.

Accounts of Thomas's missionary activities are unreliable, but the most widely accepted account holds that he preached in India. The Acta Thomae say that when the apostles divided up the world for their missionary labors, India fell to Thomas. He said he was not healthy enough and that a Hebrew could not teach Indians; even a vision of Christ could not change his mind.

Christ then appeared to the merchant Abban and sold Thomas to him as a slave for his master, a king who ruled over part of India. When Thomas discovered this he said, "As you will, Lord, so be it."

At the court in India, Thomas, having admitted that he was a carpenter and builder( which is a craftsman - Mason), was ordered to build a palace. While the king was absent, however, Thomas did no building, and he used the 20 pieces of silver given to him by the king for charitable purposes.

When the king returned, he imprisoned him, intending to flay him alive. At that point, the king's brother died, and when the brother was shown the place in heaven that Thomas's good works had prepared for the king, he was allowed to return to earth and offer to buy the spot from the king for himself. The king refused, released Thomas, and was converted by him.

There exists a population of Christians along the Malabar Coast who were supposedly originally converted by Thomas, and their tradition holds that he built seven churches, was martyred by spearing on the "Big Hill" near Madras, and was buried in Mylapore. One account holds that Thomas was killed for successfully persuading a woman, Mygdonia, to cease marriage relations with her husband, Charisius. This episode is told on The Marriage of Jesus and Mary but it says it is Jesus who intervenes bearing the 'likness' of his brother Thomas.

It is certainly possible that Thomas reached India as a missionary. Indian Christians, especially in Kerala, often call themselves 'Christians of Saint Thomas,' and an ancient 6th-century cross that speaks of him in an inscription lies in the church of Mylapore. In 1522, the Portuguese found the alleged tomb, and some relics now lie in the Cathedral of Saint Thomas at Mylapore.

The larger part of his relics appear to have been in Edessa in the 4th century, and the Acta Thomae say that they were taken from India to Mesopotamia. They were translated to several places and were finally taken to Ortona in the Abruzzi, where they are still honored. According to Eusebius, Thomas evangelized Parthia. more about Thomas on The Shroud of Turin

The Gospel of 'Thomas' was probably first written between the mid 1st and 2nd centuries. If this is the case, then Thomas is more authentic than Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John.
Comparing the "official" gospels to Thomas

Jesus said, "Some who do not understand mystery speak of things which they do not understand, but they boast that the mystery of the truth is theirs alone. And in haughtiness they shall grasp at the pride to envy the immortal soul which has become a pledge. For every authority rule, and power of the aeons wishes to be with these in the creation of the world, in order that those who are not, having been forgotten by those that are, may praise them, though they have not been saved, nor have they been brought to the 'Way' by them, always wishing that they may become imperishable ones. For if the immortal soul receives power in an intellectual spirit - . But immediately they join with one of those who mislead them."

"[...]. And he used [them]. For in fact he is not one (come) from them, (and) because of this, he is despised. Because of this he boasts, so that he may not be reproved. For because of this he is superior to those who are below, those by whom you were looked down upon. After he imprisoned those from the Father, he seized them and fashioned them to resemble himself. And it is with him that they exist"... from the 2nd Apocalypse of James who is clearly talking about Evil, namely the false God..

"But many others, who oppose the truth and are the messengers of error, will set up their error and their law against these pure thoughts of mine, as looking out from one perspective, thinking that good and evil are from one source. They do business in my word. And they will propagate harsh fate. The race of immortal souls will go in it in vain, until my Parousia".

"For they shall come out of them, and my forgiveness of their transgressions into which they fell through the adversaries, whose ransom I got from the slavery in which they were, to give them freedom that they may create an imitation remnant in the name of a dead man, who is Hermas, ( The False God ) of the first-born of unrighteousness, in order that the light which exists may not be believed by the little ones. But those of this sort are the worker who will be cast into the outer darkness, away from the 'Sons of Light'. For neither will they enter, nor do they permit those who are going up to their approval for their release." ( the False God imprisons the 'little ones'..)

"And still others of them who suffer think that they will perfect the wisdom of the brotherhood which really exists, which is the spiritual fellowship of those united in communion, through which the wedding of incorruptibility shall be revealed."

"The kindred race of the sisterhood will appear as an imitation. These are the ones who oppress their brothers, saying to them, "Through this our God has pity, since salvation comes to us through this" , not knowing the punishments of those who are made glad by those who have done this thing to the little ones ( mortal men ) whom they saw, and whom they took prisoner."

But I said,( Peter ) " I am afraid because of what you have told me, that indeed little ones are, in our view, the counterfeit ones, indeed, that there are multitudes that will mislead other multitudes of living ones, and destroy them among themselves. And when they speak your name they will be believed."
( This proves the evil that misleads the x-Masons for Jesus. The 'living ones' are the 'brothers'. )

The Savior said , "For a time determined for them in proportion to their error they will rule over the little ones. And after the completion of the error, the never-aging one of the immortal understanding shall become young, and the little ones shall be ruler over those who are their rulers. The root of their error he shall pluck out, and he shall put it to shame so that it shall be manifest in all the impudence which it has assumed to itself. And such ones shall become unchangeable, O Peter."

( repeated )"And there shall be others of those who are outside our number who name themselves bishop and also deacons, as if they have received their authority from God. They bend themselves under the judgment of the leaders. Those people are dry canals."... The Words of Jesus, From .
The Apocalypse of Peter in the Nag Hammidi Scrolls

The Finding of the documents that are now known as The Nag Hammidi Collection..
(The Gospels of Thomas, Philip and Truth)

The gospel of Philip clearly ridicules "ignorant Christians who take the resurrection literally";
"Those who say they will die first and then rise to heaven are in error, they must receive the 'resurrection' while they live".
Philip was correct, this is and was the greatest misinterpertation of all time, directly attributed to the lier, Paul. The gospel of Philip #22. "They say that the Lord first died and then arose; they are confused. For first he arose and then he died. If anyone does not first acquire the 'resurrection' he will die, for he is not really alive until God transforms him". (Th 29)

The 'resurrection', as it may have been called, was reserved for the 'initiates' only. It is an awakening and it is knowing that death is only the beginning of Eternal life which begins with and can only be reached by living the moralistic code described by the Egyptians in the Book of the Dead. The Book of the Dead does contain The Ten Commandments in their original, complete form, which existed thousands of years before Christ was born.

There was a 'code of truth' combined, with justice, and 'Goodness' freely given, and the humanistic moral and ethical rules of the 'Brotherhood'. This cannot be disputed. The Laws of Moses are in the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Rules of the Brotherhood are in the Dead Sea Scrolls. If you have read the information on the 'Passage Forward Page' , you also know that the Books of Enoch were also revered and used in Qumran. The words of truth in these books were never forgotten.

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Keeper of the Secrets The Secret Chamber Fingerprints of the Gods Lost Books of the Bible

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Solomon and Sheba Missing Lessons
Josephus Abraham
The False church The Lies of Paul and the falisified Church of Rome
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The Dead Sea Scrolls and the 'Master' Christ's mission
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