Category: Constantine the Great

Was Jesus born from Immaculate Conception and did He rise on 3rd Day?

You asked two specific questions, “Were either of these men whom the bible speaks about born by virgin birth and did either of them rise from the dead?” It’s strange that you should ask as these two questions were hotly debated during these councils and there was one more. The three most debated issues that occurred during the many councils overseen by Constantine the Great and the children of Constantine were…”the divinity of Christ (which would include his resurrection)”, “the virginity of Mary” and the “holy trinity”.

Now, this is what we can garner from history and history of this antiquity is still being debated.

We’ve heard about history but you ask, what I know, because of what I do? Jesus and Jeshua were men just like any man and so the answer to your question is no; Jesus and Jeshua died and went to the same place we all go when we die. Did Mary conceive immaculately? “No!” Mary was the Mother of a great man but she was, nevertheless, a woman. Jesus had siblings and also fathered children, as did Jeshua.

The Mystics…

God speaks through all of us, leading us steadily albeit slowly toward her. How we interpret the data we receive from God is a product of the level of knowledge and understanding gained from our many lives. The level to…

IN THE TIME OF EDEN (Bible Myths, Part III)

Judah 12,000 years ago was a true Garden of Eden, an island country. The ice age had swelled the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean forcing most of the animals and people to migrate south to Judah or Northern Africa in those days called Is Ri El, or the one God. These migrants from as far north as the Britons, Northern Russia, Sweden, Norway, Finland and all over Europe continued south until they came to Judah and Is Ri El and there they made their settlements.

THE BIBLE MYTHS (PART I)… Following the Path of Logic to Paradise

The bible or the New Way, was a way for Constantine to identify and unite with his enemies, a way for him to embrace the doctrines of his brother God-man Jesus, a way for him to turn the attention of his Christian brethren away from the true killers of Jesus… Constantine, through the propaganda of the written word, brought the Christians and the Romans into a united nation by consolidating the writings of his enemies and glorifying them and embracing them as his own. The Roman Church or New Way created with this new text, a common enemy”¦ the Jews!