432, Plutarch’s Parable and why I still think the Apostle Paul sucks

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi libraries tell my what I’ve known my entire life….

We’re not getting the WHOLE story.

While researching the Knights Templar, I saw on their message board “Do you think the DaVinci Code is true? Was Jesus and Mary Magdalene married?”

Well. That must have the religious world in a tizzy. Look at how batshit insane they went over the sex scene in the “Last Temptation of Christ”.

“My Lord knockin’ boots with a prostitute??? Ohhhhh…..” *faints*

Actually that’s a major misconception. Mary Magdalene is often mistaken for the adultress who was about to be stoned (“Let he who is without sin cast the first stone”). She was a very intelligent, attractive and wealthy woman was a major character in the Gospels, and played a large part in the early church. In my opinion, a perfect match for the Son of Man.

Like Lilith, she found herself put in her place by the Council of Nicea in 325AD.
Can’t have no strong wimmen in the Bible, what would the Apostle Paul think?

"As in all the congregations of the saints, women should remain silent in the churches. They are not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the Law says. If they want to inquire about something, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in the church."
– 1 Cor 14:33-35 –

What a guy, huh?
Now get in there and make me a turkey pot pie, bitch!!!! *smacks bottom*

Many of Paul’s Epistles were in direct conflict with Christ’s teachings, but I’ll get to that later.

The question at hand. Do I think Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married?

On this site, The Essene Church (Essene was the Jewish Sect that Jesus was believed to be from. ) asserts that there have been radical changes to the Church, from Constantine, to the Council of Nicea, and in the two milleniums of mutations within the denominations. And lots of the more Gnostic books were omitted from the Bible, or heavily edited. But we all knew that, right?

The Gospel of the Holy 12 should look familiar. It’s the Book of Matthew, only far more detailed and featuring a very human Jesus and a very ordinary birth. (The virgin birth was added later because all the other cool deities, from Mithra to Krishna were doing it, and the “Man/God theme had more appeal to the pagans.) When you think about it, the whole “Abraham begat Issac…” stuff in Luke would be pointless if he wasn’t Joseph’s legitimate son.

"Then said Mary unto the angel, How shall this be, seeing I know not a man? And the angel answered and said unto her The Holy Spirit shall come upon Joseph thy Spouse, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee, O Mary, therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Christ, the Child of God, and his Name on earth shalt be called Yeshua "

Worded a little different in the original text, isn’t it? Context is everything.

All of the miracles were there, however his ministry was more focused on compassion (much like the Jesus I always knew). Compassion for not only humans, but animals as well. The Essenes were well aquainted with the mystic side of Judaism (Kabbalah), so his healing powers were part of his training, and he was obviously very gifted.

Reincarnation is a large part of the Essene philosophy, and is curiously absent in mainstream Christianity, despite it saying in the Bible that John the Baptist is a reincarnation of the prophet Elijah. Always wondered about that. After his baptism he then becomes the Christ, the Son of God…

" And Yeshua, when he was baptized, went up straightway out of the water; and, lo, the heavens were opened unto him, and a bright cloud stood over him, and from behind the cloud Twelve Rays of light, and thence in the form of a Dove, the Spirit of God descending and lighting upon him. And, lo, a voice from heaven saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; this day have I begotten thee. "

Again… all in the context.

Jesus’ mission was simply to fulfill the messianic prophecies, do away with the law of Moses, unlock the secrets of the universe to all his disciples, and teach them love for one another, and the Kingdom of God was in them…

In other words, as Ghandi said “Be the change you want to see in the world”.
The good news wasn’t that he was risen, but that the Essene/Nazorene way they can be empowered as he was.

It gets wilder, and I’m not sure how much I want to believe from here, but in Plutarch’s Parable, the author of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles used many of the codes of the New Testament. Plus a few new added literary tricks to expose the Apostle Paul as a fraud.

It also alleges that Christ’s “death” was a cleverly planned trick and that he lived on as Philo of Alexandria then as Apollonius of Tyana (Both mentioned in Acts of the Apostles), married to Mary Magdalene their twin sons (also mentioned in Acts) and daughter. The REAL teachings of Jesus can be found as Philo of Alexandria as they knew something like the Council of Nicea was bound to happen and all original works destroyed.

It’s believed that the Knights Templar learned of these things too. They didn’t “find” the Holy Grail (the vessel holding the blood of Christ), but they learned it was in reference to Jesus’ daughter.

Heresy, you say? Blasphemy?
I feel the same way about the butchery that was done to the scriptures in the Fourth Century.

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13 thoughts on “432, Plutarch’s Parable and why I still think the Apostle Paul sucks

  1. Hey, How are you? Just wanted to say “Hi” before I went off to bed…I come back and read ya latest blog later…*Too sleepy right now to read it*…I think that sex demon stuff got to me…I now sleep with the lights on or the television (on a religous station) on…I honest to god try not to let it get to me but I read on some site regardin demonical stuff and it freaked the s**t out of me…I even found this one site that made me turn around INSTANTLY…the “Nemorochon” (sp?) aka The Book Of The Dead and it had all these warnings that was like don’t mess with unless you had prior experince with dealing with the supernatrual and can handle the consquences…had all these spells and what not. Was some scary ass shit…spooked the shit out of me…Found some other stuff regarding the state am from and found out some of the famous horror stories (i.e. Amityville, The Haunting, etc) had to do with my home state as two famous demonologists (Ed & Lorraine Warren) are from where am from…that calmed me down cause I was like…KEWL! No, but was an interesting read…Anyways…my bed calls me…take care! I read ya blog later…much too tired now to read anything…


  2. Esssh….looks like you did some deep religious research. I will tell you what I personally believe…Firt I wanna clarify something Jesus never did marry his mother “Mary” (that would seriously be disturbing as well as incest which I think God did not want…what kind of example would Jesus & Mary set for the rest of us who are believers if they were to marry? That incest is good? No I think not my friend). I believe Mary was married to Joesephy… true she was probaly viewed as a whore for being pregenant with Jesus…seein as she is a virgin and all. Tis kinda hard to get a virgin preggie unless you knocked her up physically but being in a world where God is the creator and sometimes he does mysterious things for a good reason. I tell you this and I maybe going off topic here…but Jesus was our savior…it wzn’t for him…we would not be here today…he died for our sins. And am not goin to go off and preach to you, am just speaking from experince as I was born and raise in church. And no am no perfect Christian but am tellin you what i know. I will admitt there are other sides to the Holy Bible and the spiritiual world as well as other sides of the biblical world of which I have no clue about as you have mention some stuff in your entry that does make me wonder and at the same time some seem not true. But I could be wrong but like I said, this being the net and all, alot of stuff on here could be inaccurate. Or simply not true. Man have a way of making things up and make it look as if God made it that way when in truth is totally false. So becareful with what you believe in or read on here as it could be inaccurate or worst false. Misleading. The best place to learn the real truth about God and how things actually work is from the Holy Bible itself and go from there with your research. Don’t rely on religious sites on here as some could be totally false and inaccurate…don’t be too quick to believe everything you read on here. Not just religious stuff but anything serious for that matter. Take care! ~Pandy~

  3. Interesting…

    I’ve been conducting my own investigations into the story of Judas and am hitting the same walls and realizations…especially where the stories are concerned…each writer in the New Testament have very different ideas on what was important in telling the story of Jesus, AND each writer tells the story totally different…

    What gets me is that people who spout on about “believing the bible is the literal word of God” obviously haven’t read a word of it…


  4. It took me most of the morning, but I finally got through both those links you provided. I really enjoyed Plutarch’s Parable. Thank you for offering a voice of sanity to this superstitious mass-hysteria hypnotic trance Mass CULT we are surrounded by of late.
    This is my kind of Sunday School… 🙂

  5. Oh — I meant the last two links you provided. Hey, is just my browser, or is the left side of text sheared off for everybody? Missing about three letters per sentence; seems to get worse farther down towards the bottom of the post.

  6. is the same for me too Kate S…it maybe the resolution we are using… I use 800×600 and most sites don’t view so well…but I could be wrong

  7. Oh, that sucks! I just switched to IE at 800×600 and see what you mean. It’s probably a bad CSS call.

    As far as religion and the Bible goes, I think every society and religion has this little germ of truth in it. The only way for humanity to move up to the next step is for us all to come together with our collective knowledge.

    Conspicuously absent is the mystical side of Christianity. No wonder the Gnostic sects were exterminated/oppressed. If you wanted to control people through an empire (ie Roman Catholic Church or a wide number of Protestant organizations.)… you CERTAINLY don’t want to give the public any type of power that Jesus or the Apostles had.

    It also makes sense that a group as historically persecuted as the Hebrews were would have stories that were impossible, yet hidden meanings in them.

  8. It has something to do with the blockquotes tage in Internet explorer. With each one, the text gets progressively worse… I’ll fix this and thanks to everyone bringing this to my attention.

  9. Hey, Eric! Ya blog looks alot better!!! I love the quotes…nice touch…the colors…

    Anyways, am goin to go and work on my story…did you get it? I emailed you the link where i have it posted.

    Anyways, see ya!


  10. Thanks for the links. Can’t wait to get to them tonight. I’ve been reading “Secrets of the Code” which is making my wishlist much, much longer at Amazon. 🙂 Lots of interesting stuff. I’ve still yet to see enough proof for me that Jesus was married but there was definitely more about Mary Magdalene than the Bible tells.

  11. Ralph and I watched something similar to all this on the History channel last month. It was really interesting.

    They interviewer kept harassing one of the experts to make a decision regarding Mary Magdeline’s role in Jesus’ life and he just kept saying “I neither reject nor accept any hypothesis because we simply do not have enough information to make a decision at this time.” It was very inspiring to hear an expert say he just didn’t know either way.

  12. Eric, I know I’m late, but this post hits sooo close to home for me. I remember all the fuss about Last Temptation. I do have some copies of the lost books of the boble. Especially book of Thomas very interesting to me. I think the ex has that one now. Roman history explains so much about the history of women in the new church. Funny how they were the ones in charge of the sacraments (priestly) and Mary Magdelane has always gotten a raw deal. Even the whore story came so much later, not even Nicene council used that. I have seen some works about Gnostic books in Egypt still being translated, I’d like to see more about that. i have not paid much attention to Paul, that’s why this rant caught my eye. That’s something I won’t look into, ’cause I won’t waste my time on him. Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed it. Not since King James has the “Book” been so changed. All the attention to Kateri and the Mel types in their super sect are bringing people to re-examine what’s behind the smoke and mirrors in Rome. Thanks again.

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