Tuesday, May 14, 2019

"Caesar's Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus" (documentary)

Caesar's Messiah, 9/15/18; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven, Pfc Sandoval (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Seven of today's most controversial biblical scholars reveal their shocking conclusions about the true origins of Christianity.

Based on the best-selling religious studies book by Joseph Atwill, this documentary shows that:
  • Jesus is not a historical figure,
  • the events of Jesus' life were based on a Roman military campaign,
  • his supposed "second coming" refers to a historical event that already occurred,
  • the teachings of the Christ [Christós, "the Anointed One," a king, emperor or "king of kings"] came from the ancient pagan mystery schools, and
  • the Gospels were written by a family of Caesars and their supporters, who left us documents to prove it.
Coming soon: a better Jesus ("Son of Zeus")
Dissecting the history and literature of the time, these scholars show that the Gospels are a sophisticated pro-Roman multi-layered allegorical text that could not have been written by simple Jewish fishermen.

The official history provided by the Roman Catholic Church [an arm of the self-proclaimed "Holy Roman Empire"] does not hold up to rigorous scrutiny.

Scholars agree that Christianity (particularly the more popular universalist/catholic version, the biggest religion in the world) was used as a political tool to control the masses of the day.

It is still being used this way today. Much like the ancient era from which Christianity emerged, we are currently on the brink of an immense paradigm shift.

Studying this history can help us understand modern-day politics and give us a much-needed perspective for coming up with solutions to today's problems to create a better world most of us envision.

The seven featured biblical scholars are:
  1. Joseph Atwill
  2. Robert Eisenman
  3. John Hudson
  4. Kenneth Humphreys
  5. Rod Blackhirst
  6. Acharya S/D.M. Murdock
  7. Timothy Freke.
Caesar’s Messiah is a 2005 book by researcher Joseph Atwill (author of Shakespeare's Secret Messiah, 2014) that argues that the New Testament Gospels were written as wartime propaganda by scholars connected to the Roman imperial court of the Flavian emperors ("Caesars"): Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. Their primary purpose in creating Rome's Christian religion was to control the spread of Judaism and moderate its political virulence. Jewish nationalist Zealots had been defeated in the First Jewish-Roman War of 70 AD. But Judaism remained an influential movement throughout the Mediterranean region. The book argues that the biblical character Jesus Christ is a typological representation of the Roman Emperor Titus. More
Produced by Nlightning workZ. Copyright 2012. Directed by Fritz Heede. Written by Nijole Sparkis and Joseph Atwill. Cinematography by Marisa Maldonado and Fritz Heede. Narrated by Nijole Sparkis. Produced by Nijole Sparkis, Fritz Heede, and Joseph Atwill. Music and editing by Fritz Heede.

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