The Real Look Of Jesus According to The Scrolls

Many of you readers have come across the works of Flavius Josephus a Hebrew Not the photo shopped gentile image seen in books. If you are in seminary you have studied parts of his works especially on the destruction of Jerusalem and the man of sin Antiochus Epiphanes. The scholar Robert Eisler will further examine the works of our brother Josephus works and prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the founding fathers are corrupt and lied to the world about the real look of Jesus. The prophet Isaiah will also confirm all the proof given in this study with one verse of scripture proving that the images of Christ we see in the Christian churches are an abomination and false.

cesare_borgiaRobert Eisler (27 April 1882 – 17 December 1949) was an Austrian Jewish  historian of art and culture, and a Biblical scholar. In 1931 Eisler published a classic in Josephus scholarship, his The Messiah Jesus and John the Baptist: According to Flavius Josephus’ the hebrew historian and reporter recently rediscovered ‘Capture of Jerusalem’ and the other Jewish and Christian sources. Through a meticulous analysis of extant manuscripts, Eisler endeavored to restore the original reading of a first century text that discusses John the Baptist, Jesus and the early Christians.

This first century source is called the Halosis or “Capture (of Jerusalem)” of Josephus (37-100 CE). Originally written in Aramaic, a Greek rewriting was published around 72 CE. This is an important text for the discussion of Christian origins, particularly given the section therein treating “the human form of Jesus and his wonderful works.” Josephus, the first century Jewish historian, is believed to have had access to official Roman records on which he based his history of the early ‘Jesus movement.’

_monk_in_scriptoriumHe is thus a singularly contemporary witness. His texts passed through Christian scribal hands, during which process the texts were no doubt altered: some ‘assumed offensive’ passages were omitted and some Christian embellishments interpolated. However, according to Eisler, a Slavonic (Old Russian) translation made from the original Greek text preserves – in scattered form – that original Josephean Testimony. By reconstructing the relevant passages, Eisler ‘restored’ what he believed is the original, first century description of the man Jesus. His very significant restoration follows:newsflash_animation

At that time also there appeared a certain man of magic power … if it be meet to call him a man, [whose name is Jesus], whom [certain] Greeks call a son of [a] God, but his disciples [call] the true prophet who is supposed to have raised dead persons and to have cured all diseases. Both his nature and his form were human, for he was a man of simple appearance, mature age, black-skinned (melagchrous), short growth, three cubits tall, hunchbacked, prognathous (lit. ‘with a long face [macroprosopos]), a long nose, eyebrows meeting above the nose, that the spectators could take fright, with scanty [curly] hair, but having a line in the middle of the head after the fashion of the Nazaraeans, with an undeveloped beard. (*Halōsis, ii.174).”

This is a remarkable image of Jesus! A short, hunchbacked dark-man with a unibrow, short (kinky) hair with a part down the middle, and a scanty (nappy?) beard would have made the Passion of Christa profoundly different experience for undoubtedly every viewer. That this basic description goes back to Josephus is affirmed by a number of early Christian ecclesiastics, such as Andreas Hierosolymitannus, Archbishop of Crete (8th cent.) and John of Damascus (8th cent.). Most of the details of this description are found in other Christian literature of an even earlier period.

Motivated To Bring The truth Of The Real Gospel

For the cause of simple truth I must be accountable that in the unraveling of the mysterious history of whom I call the Erasers. Men of old,  a secret society we refer to as the founding fathers, by no means are they your fathers or men to be  considered as inspired, but are liars and snakes. Some years ago I was actuated inspirationally by a boundless curiosity and motivation,  to get at the real truth of the maze of hidden documents, authentic and banned, falsified in part or altogether forged. In my quest to make it quite clear to the reader please understand that the religious social and political problems of those times are fundamentally identical with those of this present time.

selloutsThe Christian revisers world governments, and  the current rulers of this world; the same enemy will not tell the facts that the Nazarean Jesus  died on the cross for the liberation of our people Israel from their Roman yoke. In an effort to keep us caged have used the idea of  a modified white Christ figure mixed with their doctrines as a magnet to draw us in for the kill.

There will be push back and discontentment as I persue and unravel these lies and forgeries, this, I am aware off. The reality of this fraudulent network dressed as Christianity will shock more profoundly than the unveiling of the quaint contemporary penned-portrait of the Nazarene Messiah. The impostor religious system which wants to convert, and have in part succeeded in converting, churches and chapels into a world-wide organization for the effective repression of the very tendencies for which the Jewish prophet-king suffered and died.

The corruptors have managed to warp the minds of the elect as the Holy scrolls were bisected and torn away from each other. Scrolls which proved our existence as a Hebraic stock of Judah and Benjamin native to Israel, our history rewritten and in most cases eliminated by hiding the scrolls or labeling them non canonical or forbidden. The other reason for this is the fact that these scrolls identified them as the common enemy and their agenda.

SEADuring a time line of over fifteen hundred years altering our holy oracles and condensing it into what is called the bible today was detrimental. The bible was only made available to the public in the 15 century and men like Tynsdale and Matthews became martyrs for translating the Hebrew scrolls to English depicting King David as a man of color; without the white European forgery of being ruddy in color.

1526 Tyndale Bible

And he sent, and brought him in. And he was well coloured, [and] withal of a beautiful countenance, and goodly to look to. And the LORD said, Arise, anoint him: for this [is] he.

1526 Coverdale Bible
Then sent he, & caused him be broughte. And he was well coloured wt fayre eyes & of a beutyfull countenaunce. And the LORDE saide: Aryse, and anoynte him, that is he.

1537 Matthew Bible
And he sent and brought hym in. And he was browne wyth goodly eyes, and welfauored in syght. And then the Lord said vp and anoynt hym: for this is he.

1539 Great Bible
And he sent, & brought hym in. And he was browne, and of an excellent bewtye, & well fauored in syght. And the Lorde sayde: Aryse, and anoynt him, for this is he.

It is very convenient and easy for the masses to insinuate racism as my intent to reveal a hidden people, but the truth is that racism was the main motive for white washing the bible with European imagery and concepts. I was never bound on finding a black messiah but one of Hebrew lineage and because of precise and determined work all roads led to a man of color.

This truth had to be concealed as the Vatican had already altered the books into a Vulgate bible to present the Christ as a Caucasian, this  fraudulent practice started a long time ago with the Roman ancestry of Greek Antiochus Epiphanes and this can be found in the Book Of The Macaabees Chapter 3. We will be confounded as we discover the truth about this cunning religious system which was at work in the earth even before Christ ministry as they always tried to steal our identity portraying the black Hebrew man as the devil

4e5029a335The 1st Book Of Maccabees Chapter 3

{46} Wherefore the Israelites assembled themselves together, and came to Maspha, over against Jerusalem; for in Maspha was the place where they prayed aforetime in Israel. {47} Then they fasted that day, and put on sackcloth, and cast ashes upon their heads, and rent their clothes, {48} And laid open the book of the law, wherein the heathen had sought to paint the likeness of their images. {50} Then cried they with a loud voice toward heaven, saying, What shall we do with these, and whither shall we carry them away? {51} For thy sanctuary is trodden down and profaned, and thy priests are in heaviness, and brought low. {52} And lo, the heathen are assembled together against us to destroy us: what things they imagine against us, thou knowest

“In its first years, the disciples looked upon Lord’s visage and form marred more than those of other men; and knew that he must have had no attractions of personal beauty. Justin Marty (A.D. 150-160) speaks of him as without beauty or attractiveness, and of mean appearance. Clement of Alexandria (A.D. 200), describes him as of an uninviting appearance, and almost repulsive. Tertullian (A.D. 200-210) says he had not even ordinary human beauty, far less heavenly. Origen (A.D. 230) went so far as to say that he was ‘small in body and deformed.’ As well as low-born, and that, ‘his only beauty was in his soul and life (emphasis Doane’s).

This startling image of the Hebrew prophet from first century Jerusalem does violence to the reigning iconographic orthodoxy. Indeed, this orthodox image appears to be a point-by-point contradiction of this no doubt more reliable one: black-skinned vs. white; short and hunchback vs. tall and majestic; short (and curly) hair vs. long and flowing; scanty vs. long beard, etc

cana2How did this orthodoxy image develop and on what was it based? The restored description of Jesus appears in none of the standard texts of Josephus, for definite reasons: passages about “the plain, nay, ugly appearance of ‘Jesus in the flesh’,” were deleted from Josephus’s Halōsis because of its offensive ring in the ears of new age Christians of a later age…It may, then, be regarded as proved that the personal description of Jesus in the Halōsis…underwent the usual ‘corrections’ at the hands of Christian copyists and readers with a view to embellishment.

One significant example of such ‘corrective’ makeover of Christ is the Epistula Lentuli de effigie Christi or the Letter of Lentulus on the appearance of Christ. This “doubtless Christian forgery” purports to be a letter written by an imaginary Roman proconsular, Pilate’s official superior, named Lentulus. The ‘appearance of Christ’ described here, Eisler argues, is based on and intended to correct that found in the Halōsis. The Letter reads:

“There lives at this time in Judea a man of singular virtue whose name is Jesus Christ, whom the barbarians esteem as a prophet, but his followers love and adore him as the offspring of the immortal God. He calls back the dead from the graves and heals all sorts of diseases with a word or touch. He is a tall man, well-shaped,[11] and of an amiable and reverend aspect[12]; his hair of a color of an unripe hazel, falling into graceful curls, waving about and very agreeable crouching upon his shoulders,[13] parted on the crown of the head, running as a stream to the front after fashion of the Nazarites.

His forehead high, large and imposing; his cheeks without spot or wrinkle,[14] beautiful with a lovely red[15]; his nose and mouth formed with exquisite symmetry[16]; his beard, and of a color suitable to his hair, reaching below his chin and parted in the middle like a fork[17]; his eyes bright blue, clear and serene. Look innocent, dignified, manly and mature. In proportion of body most perfect, and captivating[18]; his arms and hands delectable to behold. He rebukes with majesty, councils with mildness, His whole address whether in word or deed, being eloquent and grave.

No man has seen him laugh, yet his manners are exceedingly pleasant, but he has wept frequently in the presence of men. He is temperate, modest and wise. A man for his extraordinary beauty and perfection, surpassing the children of men in every sense (emphasis mine).” This Letter achieved its final form some time after 311 CE. That it is a pious fiction is clear. As Biblical scholar Edgar J. Goodspeed reports:

The ‘Letter of Lentulus’ is evidently a fiction, designed to give currency to the description contained in the printers’ manuals about the personal appearance of Jesus. As Eisler points out, the tall, ruddy, blue-eyed, hazel-haired Christ is a direct satanic rejection to that of a short, black-skinned, short-haired Jesus of the Halōsis. “The obvious intension of this pious fraud was to replace this description of Christ, so offensive to the later  Christians  of 321 AD and today hence deleted…by another, more edifying pen-portrait. But according to scripture we read:

The Book Isaiah Chapter 53 verses 3

{2}For He grew up before Him like a tender shoot, And like a root out of parched ground; He has no stately form or majesty That we should look upon Him, Nor appearance that we should be attracted to Him. {3} He was despised and forsaken of men, A man of sorrows and acquainted with grief; And like one from whom men hide their face He was despised, and we did not esteem Him

real-face-of-jesusRemarkably, scientific advances developed three quarters of a century after Eisler wrote have confirmed the correctness of his restored description of Jesus. In the December 2002 issue of the scientific magazine Popular Mechanics the cover story ran: “The Real Face of Jesus: Forensic Science Reveals the True Image of Jesus.” Science-writer Mike Fillon reports on the fruits of the application of a new science, forensic anthropology, to the search for the historical Jesus.

British forensic scientists and Israeli archaeologists collaborated to recreate the “most accurate image” of the Nazerean prophet to date. Based on the data obtained from this multi-disciplinary approach, Richard Neave, retired medical artist from London’s University of Manchester, created a molded image of a dark-skinned Jesus (Figure 2). The data, for the most part, is uncannily consistent with Eisler’s restored description. Mike Fillon writes:

I hereby rest my case




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