The Passion of Jesus of Nazareth According to Utnapisjtim

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It was Sunday 15th March, the year year of the Lord 37 A.D. Until this day that date would be remembered as Palm Sunday in memory of a certain renegade rabbi named after the prophet Isaiah. A Jewish teacher and political dissident forever remembered as Jesus of Nazareth since he came from a certain village in Galilee named Nazareth, situated some 10 miles S/W of the Herodian town named Tiberias that was built by Herod Antipas in 20 A.D. Passover was approaching and Jesus and his party were making ready, not for Passover, but to let the Lion of Judah out of the bag, a secret they had kept between themselves for as long as they had served under Jesus.

For several years the health of the sitting emperor had been deteriorating and a year earlier there were rumours about that he was already dead. Emperor Tiberius, or his full name Tiberius Claudius Nero, was dying, and the buzz was all about his final demise. For Jesus and his twelve most loyal followers, this was what they had been waiting for all these years: the well kept secret that Jesus was in fact the grandson of Ha-Eli or translated via Latin to English, The Julius. As in Julius Caesar. The old man given as his father, Joseph, was in fact Caesarion who was about 18 years old in 30 B.C. when his mother Cleopatra IV Ptolemy was killed, and several attempts were made at the young Egyptian prince’s life, but even though he was reported dead many times, his body was never accounted for. As the only legitimate heir of Cleopatra and Julius, his full name would be spelled out Ptolemy XV Philopator Philometor Caesar, or as we have come to know him, Caesarion the Prince of Egypt AKA the exiled «Joseph», the Heb. naggar or stone mason, named after Jacob’s son who rose to become a prince of Egypt as we may read about in Genesis.

Sunday 15th of March 37 A.D. Jesus parades through Jerusalem as the new and only legitimate heir of Julius Caesar, and the rightful new Emperor of the Roman Empire, including the thrones of the Graeco-Egyptian Ptolamaian dynasty, and by right of birth also the ancient throne of David. The promised Messiah.

During the night of 16th March, 37 A.D., Emperor Tiberius died, and about that time, Jesus and his posse would be occupying a poshy house celebrating their campaign through the night, and at some point after his parade, Jesus would send his most confided servant, Judas Iscariot, to go to the Roman and Jewish authorities to proclaim Jesus’ claim to the throne of David and that of the whole of the Roman Empire. What Jesus and his party didn’t know was that on Wednesday 18th, on the day of preparation before the High Shabbath of Passover I, Thursday 16th March 37 A.D., Caligula grasped the golden laurel wreath and that day has until this day mistakenly been named Good Friday. For Jesus was crucified on Erev Pesach, 14th Nisan, 3797 according to the Hebrew lunar calendar, a Wednesday, and the following Thursday was Pesach I, or as it is written in John 19:31 «Since it was the day of Preparation, and so that the bodies would not remain on the cross on the Sabbath (for that Sabbath was a high day), the Jews asked Pilate that their legs might be broken and that they might be taken away.»

On that Wednesday Jesus would be trialed and crucified. Three and a half days later, on 22 March (pesach IV, 18 Nisan) Jesus walked out of the tomb after what must have been one of the greatest displays of love, loyalty and bravory. And medicine. It is said that the soldier who punctured the chest of Jesus on Golgotha releasing hemothorax and initiating the healing of what must have been a collapsed lung– was according to tradition, later executed for having let Jesus survive the crucifixion. His name was given as Longinus. Jesus on the other hand survived, and a period later Jesus assumably left his followers, heading for the highest heaven, that would be Northwards to any navigator.

«Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.» (John 15:13)

Sources:
==> Date and Time ==> Hebrew calendar for the year 37 A.D.
==> Julius Caesar ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Cleopatra ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Caesarion ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Joseph son of Jacob as prince of Egypt ==> biblehub.com…
==> Map over 1st century Judea ==> Wikipedia image
==> Village of Nazareth ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Town of Tiberias ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Emperor Tiberius ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Emperor Caligula ==> en.wikipedia.org…
==> Gospel of John ==> biblehub.com…
==> «The Death of Tiberias», painted by Jean-Paul Laurens ==> www.wikiart.org…
==> «Christ Crucified» painted by Diego Velázquez ==> upload.wikimedia.org…

View the original article: http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1203758/pg1

edit on 6-4-2018 by Utnapisjtim because: Added a few pictures + added source to Genesis (Joseph) + some rewriting added a few words + bible quote at the end + «political dissident» + typo

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