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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 !

        • 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.

  • 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.