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  1. The Prophet Elijah and Jon the Baptist Video- There has been a saying since time immemorial "From age to age I am incarnate, to aid the good in the world, and to and destroy the evil" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reM-Wbzzp2g Reincarnation and the bible- http://reincarnation..._testament.html Reincarnation in Judaism- http://www.jewishvir...ncarnation.html There is a mysterious connection in the bible between John the Baptist and the Prophet Elijah. Some people suggest that what is really going on is that John the Baptist is the reincarnation of the prophet Elijah. It is also very obvious to many scholars that in the bible Jesus is clearly being associated with, compared to, and being considered the new Moses in the biblical writings. Moses came to teach for the age of Aries, which is why he is represented often with a Ram. The previous age before Aries was Taurus, Symbolized by a Bull. Jesus then came for the age of Pisces symbolized by the image of a fish. The Return of Elijah Prophecy There are several possibilities concerning Elijah and John the Baptist. 1- They are the same being 2- John the Baptist had the same level, or was like "the new" Elijah 3- 1 and 2 are one in the same The meaning and implications are quite interesting We also see that the bible portrays Jesus in the context as the new Moses, the successor of Moses, and even the reincarnation of Moses. Jesus: The New Moses Mathew intended to portray Jesus as the "new" Moses> Sunday Homily: Jesus ? the New Moses! and- This Hebrew Lord Bible Bible, King James Version NEW ADVENT BIBLE: Mark 9 Essenes-
  2. Recently I came across some articles talking about a very interesting issue. The issue of the disagreements and conflict between James the brother of Jesus, and Paul, about how to interpret and put into practice Jesus' teachings. Paul never met Jesus, he just claims to have seen him in a "vision" or some kind of "channeling" experience. Some believe Paul was a false teacher, or at the least, altered Jesus' teachings considerably in ways Jesus did not intend for. BBC documentary, Dead Sea Scrolls Cover-Up, Paul the Liar vs. James the Just Articles, James the Just vs. Paul- http://paulproblem.faithweb.com/nazaranes_paul_why_conflict.htm More answers-
  3. Most historians believe Jesus Christ was an actual man who really existed, and we know the things he did and taught have stood the test of time. The commandment to love thy neighbor as thyself, is so perfect of a law, it is practically impossible to improve upon. The most famous thing he did was come back from death and conquer death. In history prophets have used the energy of the universe to perform many incredible feats including bringing people back to life. In modern times cardiologists sometimes bring people who had heart attacks back to life by shocking them with electricity, but this uses machines and has to be very soon after the person died. It may be hard to accept for some people that a master could bring someone back to life with life energy. So there is a theory that in fact Jesus did not die on the cross. Remember that he was taken down much earlier than a person was normally supposed to be on the cross, and they decided to not break his legs like they usually do when they take someone down. Then, when he was put in his tomb, the herbs his people brought with them were not funerary herbs, but medicinal ones. We know the order Jesus originally came from, the Essenes, were experts in the use of the medicinal properties of plants. Here is the 1 hour BBC Documentary "Did Jesus Die on the Cross?"- http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8617432570680905331# Here is a shorter, half hour version with some scenes cut- http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1669658378154953060# Youtube version- or-
  4. The Essene Teacher of Righteousness and the Pierced Messiah BBC Dead Sea Scrolls cover-up, Paul the Liar vs. James the Just, the Pierced Messiah in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Parallels in the DSS to Mark, and the origins of Christianity- Here is another BBC documentary with Rageh Omar about how the Catholic church has covered up and concealed the contents of the Dead Sea scrolls- about the program- http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=-2623987364283059624&q=essenes The Pierced Messiah in the Dead Sea Scrolls- Educational video from the Israeli Antiquities Authority about the connections between the teachings of the Essenes, the teachings of John the Baptist, and the teachings of Jesus- The Dead Sea Scrolls and the connections to the 4 Gospels of the New Testament- Video talking about Jon the Baptist and the Essenes more- Introduction to the Ancient Essenes and the Modern Essene Church of Christ Article about the Dead Sea Scrolls- http://www.atlantisrising.com/issue3/ar3dsscroll.html Here's an article by a non-religous writer- An Update on the Dead Sea Scrolls
  5. Videos- The Essenes- Educational video from the Israeli Antiquities Authority about the connections between the teachings of the Essenes, the teachings of John the Baptist, and the teachings of Jesus- The Dead Sea Scrolls and the connections to the 4 Gospels of the New Testament- The Scriptorium at Qumran- How were the Dead Sea Scrolls written: The Scribes who wrote the Scrolls The languages of the Dead Sea Scrolls- Hebrew and the Dead Sea Scrolls- The Greek language and the Dead Sea Scrolls- The Dead Sea Scrolls - The Thanksgiving Scroll The book of Psalms- The Book of Isiah- The War Scroll- The Genesis Apocryphon Scroll- The Copper Scroll- BBC Dead Sea Scrolls cover-up, Paul the Liar vs. James the Just, the Pierced Messiah in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Parallels in the DSS to Mark, and origins of Christianity- The Essenes and the Romans- Dead Sea Scrolls Revealed! The Essenes and who the World calls Christ- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z3RsW10qqw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOPM6irj34E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUlBcQHKugw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZicL9A7TGc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLnWIw217lU National Geographic, Riddles of the Dead Sea Scolls- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcCusw7qhgI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL_XLTKGzWw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWOXrZFbRvo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1FfnZzWUUo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSrCw-B7-OU In Search of The Dead Sea Scrolls- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaUEZBnztd8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-Nx1IY_HOY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUQ5iJ8dtrk Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible, cover-up- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxGZ1xW_NsA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSnK3n7xhOU Dead Sea Scrolls, kabbalah & ancient Christians Lost years of Christ- YouTube - Memories of an Essene archivist Christ and Essenes- YouTube - YAHAWAHSHI THE ESSENE?? and- YouTube - Truth About the Bible:Other Inspired Books, Dead Sea Scroll, Nephilim, Paul Qumran recreated- Christianity comes from the Essenes For many years, scholars had believed that Christianity was a very original and unique religion. They had thought the differences between modern Judaism and Christianity were originated within the Christian religion. However, with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the literature of the ancient Essenes, The Sons of Light, or the Great White Brotherhood, in the late 1940s, this view was found to be completely wrong. The concepts of Baptism, Ritual meals( Last Supper), The Holt Spirit/Holy Ghost, Resurrection, the concept of a coming Messiah of the line of David, A messiah that would heal the sick and raise the dead, a Messiah that must die, and the concept of Armageddon in the Book of Revelations are but a few teachings found in the Dead Sea Scrolls. These people, the Essenes, are where much of the core Christian beliefs originate. The Sermon on the Mount, considered by some to be the heart of Christian teachings, has been ideintified by scholars as the teachings of the Esssenes. The Beatitudes of Christ have direct parallels to the Beatitudes of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Many of the parables spoken by Jesus exactly match parables and hymns in the Dead Sea Scrolls which were written and spoken by the Essenes at their monasteries. It is even in the Bible itself, Jesus the Nazarene. Through the study of linguistics and textual criticism, it can be found that the correct translation is Jesus the Nazarene, Jesus the Essene. The fact that researchers didn't have access to the DSS for so many decades is infuriating. The amount of controversy, bickering, cover ups, and politics involved with research on the Scrolls is sad. Jesus and the Essenes- The Order of Nazorean Essenes Direct Correlations between New Testament and Qumran Dead Sea Scroll teachings- The Dead Sea Scrolls
  6. Nazareth- the town theology built Video about it- It would seem that recently here a debate has sprung up about whether Jesus was an historical person, and how much of his story is true and how much is made up. Here are some interesting links which talk about an interesting issue about Jesus. What if there was no Nazareth at that time, or, what if he wasn't really there? According to historical and archaeological evidence, it did not exist historically at the time period of Jesus or until after the 4th century. While human settlements have been found in the area dating back as far as 9000 years and hardcore "Christian" historians claim them as proof of Nazareth, nothing has been found to prove the existence of an actual city called Nazareth, or even a settlement called Nazareth, at the time of Jesus. No roads,villas, theatres, and especially noteworthy....no synagogues! Modern Scholarship has found many instances where the modern bible contains bad translations from the original greek texts. One example is the mistranslation "Jesus of Nazareth". This became mistranslated into being understood as Jesus coming from the town of "Nazareth". However, modern archaeology shows that no such town existed at that time. We now know the proper translatation was "Jesus the Nazarene", meaning Jesus the Essene. The Essenes were a third group of Monastic Jews who would live in Monasteries near the Dead Sea in Jesus' day, who's teachings were at odds with those of the Saducees and Pharisees in the Jerusalem Temple of the time.- Nazareth – The Town that Theology Built Textual Analysis- History- So to be sure, Jesus did exist as a real spiritual teacher. He was an Essene teacher. An Essene teacher who was to come out and teach a bit more publically to succeed and surpass Jon the Baptist who was also an Essene. Video clips about their beliefs and life- Jesus, Jon the Baptist, and their connections to the Essenes- Information and introduction- History page 1st Century Timeline (CE 1 to 100) The Essenes were known to dress in White robes. And yet at times wore regular clothes. Some sites with info about the Essenes The Order of Nazorean Essenes Dead Sea Scrolls, Essenes - Crystalinks http://www.edgarcayce.org/are/ancient_mysteries.aspx http://www.edgarcayceaustralia.com/soul07.html http://essenes.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=310&Itemid=690 The Essenes - The Essene New Testament - The Gospel of The Holy Twelve (12) - The Gospel Of Perfect Life Actual historical acount by a scholar from the time of the Essenes. It doesn't mean everything is exactly accurate, but these historians lived in the same time period http://www.bib-arch.org/e-features/josephus-essenes.asp http://www.religiousstudies.uncc.edu/JDTAB...OR/DSSEssay.htm Some historical quotes- Also, what we know from the Dead Sea Scrolls- Jesus the Nazarene Jesus Christ Teacher of Righteousness Buddha Mudras & Hand Symbolism--the Power of Mudras Part 1: What Are Mudras? Real Taoists incorporate Mudra An article talking about those types of portraits a little bit- The Human Energy Field in Relation to Science, Consciousness, and Health