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Jesus Was A Pagan Who Worshipped A Male/Female God

An ancient set of books thought to be the oldest written reference to Jesus Christ have been proven genuine, say experts.

Jesus Christ was a pagan who worshipped a God who was both male and female, according to an ancient set of lead tablets that scientists have confirmed date to within a few years of Jesus' ministry.

Jesus Christ was a pagan who worshipped a God who was both male and female, according to an ancient set of lead tablets that scientists have confirmed date to within a few years of Jesus’ ministry.

Biblical scholars are even speculating that one of the books might be the original Book of Revelations as it has seven seals and fits the classical description of the book.

The metal “pages” of the lead tablets, held together like a ring binder, were found in Jordan in 2008 by Hassan Saeda, an Israeli Bedouin, and make reference to Christ and his disciples.

At first the discovery was presumed a hoax, but the the lead has now been analysed and the words and symbols translated and experts say the tablets are between 1,800 – 2,000 years old, meaning they date from within a few years of Jesus’s ministry and Biblical scholars claim they will provide new insight into the real life of Jesus Christ.

The Jordanian tablets were confirmed to date 2,000 years back.

The Jordanian tablets were confirmed to date 2,000 years back.

Central to the books is the idea that Christ promoted worship in Solomon’s Temple where the very face of God was believed to be seen – and this is where the episode with the moneylenders in the Bible came from.

The ancient lead tablets also show the earliest portrait of Jesus Christ now known to humankind. The tablets suggest that Christ was not starting his own religion – as is taught by major Christian sects today – but was instead restoring a thousand-year-old tradition that dated from the time of King David.

A part of the restored tradition of the King David’s Temple was the “Divine Feminine” – a tradition that was lost over the years, eventually being altered and known to modern-day Christians as the Holy Spirit. The tablets also suggest that Jesus had women involved in his ministry.

The tablets reveal Jesus worshipped a God both male and female.

The tablets reveal Jesus worshipped a God both male and female.

The Express reports: David Elkington, 54, of Gloucestershire, is now trying to prevent the codices from being sold on the black market. In 2011 Elkington announced their discovery on BBC News and the world’s press followed it up.

A number of scholars came forward to brand them fakes, most without ever seeing the codices. But now high-tech tests conducted by Prof Roger Webb and Prof Chris Jeynes at the University of Surrey’s Nodus Laboratory, confirm that a codex, leant to the Elkingtons by the Department of Antiquities in Amman for testing, is compatible with a comparative sample of ancient Roman lead unearthed from an excavation site in Dorset. Further crystallisation analysis indicates that the codex is likely to be between 1,800 – 2,000 years old.

Although Christ is referred to outside of the Gospels, for example by the Roman writer Tacitus, these would be the earliest and only Hebrew-Christian documents in existence – and linguistic and metallurgical analysis now suggests they are.

One of 70 books made of lead and copper than date to the time of Jesus' ministry.

One of 70 books made of lead and copper than date to the time of Jesus’ ministry.

Analysis of the script by scholars has confirmed that the language of the codices is Paleo-Hebrew. The codices are covered in eight-pointed stars, symbolic of the coming of the messiah, and they mention the name of Jesus.

They also contain the names of apostles James, Peter and John.

According to the Elkingtons the books suggest Christ was part of a Hebrew sect dating back 1,000 years to King David, who worshipped in the Temple of Solomon and believed in a male-female God.

In the Bible Jesus is referred to as a “tekton”, which is usually translated as “carpenter” but actually means a skilled craftsman and could refer to the skill of producing such works in metal.

In traditional Christian icons He is often shown carrying a sealed book – a codex.

Mr Elkington said: “Jesus was seeking to restore the Temple. To put back that which had been lost in the reforms that came before his time.”

Dr Hugh Schonfield, one of the most eminent authorities ever to work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, predicted that a metal book would be found: as he recognised that one had been described in a scroll called The Damascus Document – a description that fits precisely one of the codices. His conclusion was that Christianity was based within the Hebrew Temple. Dr Schonfield, who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, also described himself as a Jewish-Christian, a view that he held because of his work on the scrolls.

A part of the older tradition of the Temple was the Divine Feminine – known to Christians as the Holy Spirit. Jesus had women involved in His ministry.

“At the height of His ministry, the gospels tell us that Jesus challenged the moneychangers in the temple. The codices appear to reveal what happened afterwards – a chapter missing from the gospels. It would appear that Christianity was founded upon what Jesus did in the temple: a place where many Jews believed God actually resided. Jesus went into the Temple to renew a covenant with God.”

The codices are genuine, as the metal and writing suggests, and they provide new insight into the life of Christ. While the codices do not contradict any of the established narrative they place greater emphasis on the physical temple, of the belief in the divine feminine and in Christ’s role in protecting a lineage of Hebrews rather than being the founder of his own movement.

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  • Ralf Yuri

    Oh, really?

    Soon you’ll say it to Him, before you ride through the fire and sulfur.

    • Amaris

      these books may be very old, but that means nothing at all if they don’t know WHO the author of these books is. We have the WORDS of Jesus himself in His Gospels , which is much more important than some rusty old book.

      • Mdc

        How do you know that the bible really is the word of Jedus himself Jesus didn’t write it it’s only quotes a bible rewritten yrs and yrs over the bible is no more real than anything else

        • Mdc

          Sorry spelling typo way to late to be posting for me so clearly Jedus meant to be Jesus my apologies. Also I do believe bible states not to use foul language yet you do so kinda defeats your whole protecting Christianity when you clearly don’t follow its ways.Just a opinion

          • Amaris

            so I used a swear word because this article makes me very angry and you totally dismiss the rest of the message because it defeats the whole protection of Christianity bit , and I don’t know it’s ways? How annoying are you? I’ve deleted the ‘swear’ word as that obviously offends you !

          • Justin Johnson

            This from the guy who said “How do you know that the bible really is the word of Jedus himself Jesus didn’t write it it’s only quotes a bible rewritten”

            So you stand on the fact no one knows who wrote it, yet you say with confidence that Jesus didn’t write any of it?

            Your argument is invalid.

          • Justin Johnson

            Why is it if someone “believes” they now suddenly have to be perfect? That’s impossible.

            Everyone makes mistakes, no one “walks on water” haha

            Except this one guy I read about once..

        • Amaris

          you are very wrong , the Gospels may not have been written at the time of Jesus as few people knew how to read and write, but there is the tradition of telling Jesus’ story from one generation to the next, that is how tradition and history is created. It does not mean that there is no truth to Jesus and His Gospels.

        • Justin Johnson

          That’s why it’s called faith..

          What do you mean by real? Is it because it hasn’t been absolutely, without a single error found to be scientific fact?

          You seem to have an awful lot of “faith” in something that is fundamentally flawed and ever changing as it’s discovered.

  • Amaris

    oh Fuck, now that really takes the biscuit ! These so called biblical scholars are talking absolute BOLLOCKS to discredit Christianity… Jesus foretold that this would happen, beware of false prophets…Christian need to be vigilant.

  • Bill James

    It’s an historical artifact and therein lies its interest. All meaning is made up (hence the same thing or event may mean different things to different people), but people get very attached to the meanings they make or inherit, hence the hostile reactions of people here feeling offronted by this find and irrationally defending a story they now assume is a given. Of course, it isn’t. Let’s see one word or item that was actually produced by a god. Any god.

    • Amaris

      Jesus Christ in His Gospels is proof. His word. Who is the author of the of these old rusty books does anyone know? It could be some Jewish writing which were there to discredit anything Jesus did and said, just as they had done by killing Him. Like reading today’s Sun for example. The reason people are hostile is obvious, they are looking for a way to destroy Jesus’ work, and all that He did. The reaction is far from irrational like you say.

      • Lord Enki

        What did jesus write down himself?

        • Justin Johnson

          Well “if” what this artical is saying is true, (I can’t say for sure I haven’t fact checked this yet) it would be this new book discovered, and at least one of the dead sea scrolls are “believed” to be written by him according to the scientists who discovered it and the scollars who translated them.

        • Amaris

          I didn’t say Jesus WROTE the Gospels, he didn’t need to , he is the Son of God. For an atheist who calls himself lord, this may be hard to believe.

          • Lord Enki

            Why wouldn’t he write his story? It would make 100% sense for the only son of god who lived until 33 years of age to write things down as opposed to waiting 60-80 years after his death for someone else to write his story.

            So you cannot say Jesus said or did anything, you can say John said this about Jesus or Mark said this about Jesus. When you read the “‘bible” you are reading pre-determined books that were chosen by the Roman emperor in the 4th century. There are books quoted and mentioned in the bible that were rejected by the council in the 4th century. The bible has been changed so many times, over and again.

          • Lord Enki

            I guess you do not know Sumerian history.

          • Amaris

            I have amended my response as above after realising that the old scripts never said that Jesus was a pagan, Dmitri just made that up.

            Elkington said: ‘Jesus was seeking to restore the Temple. To put back that which had been lost in the reforms that came before his time.

            ‘Dr Hugh Schonfield, one of the most eminent authorities ever to work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, predicted that a metal book would be found: as he recognized that one had been described in a scroll called The Damascus Document – a description that fits precisely one of the codices.‘His conclusion was that Christianity was based within the Hebrew Temple. Dr Schonfield, who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, also described himself as a Jewish-Christian, a view that he held because of his work on the scrolls.

            ‘A part of the older tradition of the Temple was the Divine Feminine – known to Christians as the Holy Spirit. Jesus had women involved in his ministry.

            ‘At the height of his ministry, the gospels tell us that Jesus challenged the moneychangers in the temple.

            ‘The codices appear to reveal what happened afterwards – a chapter missing from the gospels. It would appear that Christianity was founded upon what Jesus did in the temple: a place where many Jews believed God actually resided.

            ‘Jesus went into the Temple to renew a covenant with God.’

    • Justin Johnson

      I agree but this argument also holds against your own, as to your last question, if any proof is only historical artifacts then there will never be any “proof” from your perspective.

      I just want to add, it would seem you only need to look up any scientific Journal to find your answer as many now seem to worship science and therefore scientists.

      Just an observation..

  • buddaman1260

    False rants of Kabbalist
    Who worship the evil Talmud

    שליח של שבט אפרים של 144000

    • Lord Enki

      Why because “you” don’t agree with it?

      • Justin Johnson

        That’s the pot calling the kettle..

    • Amaris

      I am also suspecting same.

  • Lord Enki

    Who cares. Does this solve any problems we have here on earth? Does it offer any medical advancement? Any technological advancement for humans? Nothing, it offers nothing at all. Only in the imagination of people to believe something instead of in themselves and in the power of humanity. It only divides.

    I would challenge anyone to provide 1, ONE, single practical benefit religion has provided for the benefit of humanity over the advancements of science and medicine.

    Name 1, ONE, instance where science has been proved wrong by a religious teaching?

    • Justin Johnson

      I will answer both of your challenges, the first answer to what good has it done? Faith has kept humanity from tearing itself apart in more ways than one and many times, it also has always been the foundation of hope, which is typically the only reason people don’t give up and fight long after they want to quit. (I.E. the shaping of nations and the world)

      And to the second question, Science was founded to prove faith, not disprove it, infact, plenty of science has confirmed an abundance of many of religions “speculations and fantasy” as it’s often put, with actual scientic evidence and archaeological finds, (such as this one) Science however has never been able to disprove. (contrary to belief like yours)

      Not to mention many notable scientists such as Albert Einstein, Tesla and others have said that the more they search with sciences the More they believe.

      Now I give you a challenge, please use “science” to disprove..

      If some of the greatest minds we have ever known, living or dead haven’t been able to.. I’m pretty sure you can’t either..

      Btw, it’s not about not doing for yourself (obviously you need to be able to walk uprightly through life, no one can do it for you)

      But when does anyone get through life “alone”? We don’t, everyone has someone or something.

      • Lord Enki

        Faith is the reason for so many wars and inquisitions, so many deaths alone in the bible. Killing of children, women and elderly. All because they believed in a different god. It has torn us apart.

        You know what has given us hope? People that have discovered cures for diseases, people that have explored our earth, people that have pushed science, medicine and exploration forward.

        Religion has not come up with one cure, never has explored anything for our benefit and certainly people in the past did not even know where the sun went at night.

        • Justin Johnson

          I agree, but it’s not “faith” that is to blame, like I said before it’s the single point that people will always carry different views and there for disagree, like now, our conversation is very similar, the difference being, I am a man of both faith and science, they do go together, it’s not one or the other as many seem to feel.

          Faith birthed science to understand what they didn’t as you pointed out, to prove what was written was true.

          Albeit, the whole story hasn’t been proven, nor do I think it will, but a lot has and I find that astonishing and interesting.

          It has always been greed and our inability to see past our own belifs and a huge reluctance to change that has fueled most of the carnage you speak of.

          Plus I hope you and I can agree that the heart of the man is what moves him, I’ve seen bad people doing bad things in the name of good a lot in my life, do you blame the reason they gave or the people themselves?

          That’s what makes science great in this sense, because it’s an unbias search for truth, put forth by people who are able to set belief and wanted outcome aside, for the answer found and replicated.

          Following that line with science, it been our ever curious path that has lead to modern day.

          But to say that faith hasn’t done any good for science I think is a bit harsh, faith is faith, it’s not saposed to be science, nor is science ment to be a religion.

          I can’t help but think of great minds and unimaginable numbers of people, who only existed because of faith, or the many scientist who made great discoveries, who only joined the scientific field hoping to find an answer to some of their own questions of there faith.

          • Lord Enki

            Faith is to blame because it’s the connection that leads to wars and killings. If you don’t share the same faith your a target, this have been proven in our history as it it today with ISIS. BTW faith and science are as far apart as the earth is to the starting point of our universe. When have you ever heard a scientist say after failed experiments, “oh well I have faith that it will work” Science is based on evidence and facts. The results of science is the only way things change, when it’s proven and not when someone relies on a belief.

            Religion has run out of justifications. Thanks to the telescope and the microscope, it no longer offers an explanation of anything important. Where once it used to be able, by its total command of a worldview, to prevent the emergence of rivals, it can now only impede and retard—or try to turn back—the measurable advances that we have made.

        • Amaris

          the only problem with your theory is- no one lives for ever, so what, that cures have been discovered, and people have pushed science and medicine forward? We will all die one day, and that is what faith is God is all about. As for the so called cures, i.e. medicines given by doctors, do you know they only mask the symptoms, and don’t actually ‘cure’? What about cancer treatments? Do you know you are more likely to die from their treatments, i.e. chemo and radiotherapy, than you would from the cancer? For all the years of research they have done, they are no further forward, but are trying to silence the people who have the real cures through alternative medicine? Medicine is used for money, it is big pharma who gain not the patients, who will likely die from this so called progress in medicine. It is not faith that kills but lack of it.

  • Justin Johnson

    I’m going to pose questions for my fellow science geeks, first I’m going to say that my logic agrees with the accepted “theory” of eveolution, yet it hasn’t been proven either, yet it’s accepted.

    So on to my question.. If all things in life and the universe are made of energy, and we know “energy can not be created or distroyed” where did it come from?

    Argue all you want about the details.. But until you have an answer to that, you can’t say there isn’t a god, because as far as everything I know and understand about science, no one has an answer to that and it leaves open the debate that only a god could do something that science has proven to be impossible.

  • HappyUniverseMan

    Very poor choice of words for a title! : “Jesus Was A Pagan Who Worshipped A Male/Female God”

    Humans live in duality or polarity: day and night; good and bad; male and female. Within this polarization, we learn temperance, such as mercy and severity. A very basic understanding of the Kabbalah Tree of Life reveals this.

    The reference of a male/female god is not about monotheism or paganism. It is an aspiration to a supreme conscious or state of being in which a single individual has cultivated and expresses the qualities of both male and female; such as being strong and gentle, or assertive and receptive. It is about spiritual (or internal) androgyny—a consciousness of unity. An interpretation regarding gender is superficial.

    Gospel of Thomas verse 22:
    “Jesus said to them, ‘When you make two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer and the outer like the inner, …and when you make male and female into a single one, so that the male will not be male nor the female be female, …then you will enter the kingdom.'”

  • Amaris

    Dmitri does it again to disinform with his statement- ‘Jesus Christ was a pagan who worshipped a God who was both male and female’. False.
    I found the following article which proves the lie to the above statement in this article.

    The tablets suggest that Christ was not starting his own religion, but restoring a thousand year old tradition from the time of King David.

    While the codices do not contradict any of the established narrative they place greater emphasis on the physical temple, of the belief in the divine feminine and in Christ’s role in protecting a lineage of Hebrews rather than being the founder of his own movement.

    http://metro.co.uk/2016/12/01/tablets-with-first-written-mention-of-jesus-prove-to-be-2000-years-old-6294296/

    The disinformation given here where Dmitri claims Jesus was a pagan, is False. So he manages to get titbits of info, and then twist them into his own wilful agenda. Hardly truthful reporting is it Dmitri??

    .