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Initial post: Nov 3, 2012 3:19:31 AM PDT
ralphy says:

Why are the biblical family missing from the historical record? How did they escape the quills of historians like Josephus Flavius? Why was Jesus known as a king - the King of the Jews?

The answer is that he was a king, a king who has been deliberately deleted from the pages of history. The manipulators of history hoped that all evidence of this Judaeo-Syrian monarchy had been destroyed, but now we know the truth.

We start with the ancestry of Jesus, which was from Queen Cleopatra of Egypt. In a largely forgotten piece of history, a lost daughter of Cleopatra became queen of Persia, but she was later exiled to Syria in AD 4. She was now on a journey, in Judaeo-Syria, in a state of poverty, possibly in a stable, in AD 4, and the Persian Magi (the Persian priesthood and king-makers) would certainly have been interested in her child and brought gifts to this exiled queen from Persia. Does this history sound familiar?

Cleopatra to Christ (The King Jesus Trilogy)

We then turn to the later gospel accounts, and we find great similarities between Saul (St Paul) and Josephus Flavius the historian. They were indeed the same person with the same life-story. But this is interesting, for if this is so then we have Saul as the adversary of the biblical Jesus (a Judaean revolutionary), and Josephus as the adversary of Jesus of Gamala (a Judaean revolutionary). This is actually a parallel story of the conflated Saul-Josephus, who was the adversary of the biblical Jesus (of Gamala).

In addition, we also know that Jesus of Gamala was one and the same as King Izates of Adiabene, for Saul-Josephus links the two and blames both for the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. However, the interesting thing here, is that Izates was also called Izas. Thus the biblical Jesus and King Izas were the same person.

Jesus was indeed a king, a revolutionary king who was involved in the Jewish Revolt.

King Jesus, prince of Judaea and Rome (The King Jesus Trilogy)

But there is a problem here: we have no idea who King Izas was, for he only appears as a phantom in the works of Josephus. So the investigation stalled for 4 years. But then the Syriac historians came to the rescue, for they say that Izas' mother (Queen Helena) married King Abgarus of Edessa. King Abgarus is the monarch who gave famine relief to Jerusalem in AD 47 (Acts 11:28, an event much expanded upon by the Syriac historians).

This is very interesting, for we now know that the phantom King Izas of Adiabene was actually King Manu of Edessa in northern Syria, and that this family became Nazarene Jews and saved Jerusalem from starvation in AD 47. The Edessans also started the Jewish Revolt against Rome, the same as did Jesus of Gamala, who we have already linked with the biblical Jesus (the 'surname' of the Edessan monarchy was Kama or Gama). The Edessan army also joined with King Aretas of Petra to defeat Tetrarch Herod, because he had killed John the Baptist. The Edessan monarchy were firmly linked to biblical history, before their name and deeds were largely deleted from history.

So the biblical Jesus was actually King Izas-Manu of Edessa, and the interesting thing here, is that the Edessan monarchs always wore a ceremonial Crown of Thorns. And there is an indisputable direct link between these two characters that I will not give away here, for that would spoil the book.

Jesus, King of Edessa (The King Jesus Trilogy)

The King Jesus Trilogy. We now know who Jesus was - we know his family, his city, his castle, his palace, and perhaps more importantly we also know his hopes and ambitions. And the chroniclers are clear on this - King Jesus-Manu wanted to become Emperor of Rome.


Posted on Nov 3, 2012 3:44:15 AM PDT
ralphy says:
I now see there is a seperate forum for authors. This post has now moved to the "Meet the Author Page".

Sorry, I thought Amazon would like a discussion of their sales products.
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