Jesus. God amongst mankind. So why did he come in the first place, and amongst the Jewish culture? For any scholar who has ever study his vague history, the assumptions for the last two thousand years, do not fit what is written. For one, all he taught was out of place within the Jewish culture and religion. Of course, anyone can be mislead by today’s Judeo based Christian religions, especially when the euphoria of emotions happen to overwhelm intellect. The fact still remains, that Jesus was no ordinary man. It took exorbitant intellect to influence mankind with his teachings at the time, not to mention the exceedingly “millions” of people, who over the course of two thousand years, are his faithful. There were several proclaiming to be divine messengers of the creator at the time, so how did Jesus manage to be the only one people never forgot?
Within the century 70 b.c to 70 a.d., many catastrophic events took place. Not only within religions, but the world as a whole. As a scholar of ancient history, I have researched it very well, and I have run across many interesting facts. Facts that many have not bothered to ponder, nor contemplate. Around 70 b.c., the Roman Emperor Augustus conquered Egypt, after the Ptolemies ruled this country for close to 300 years. The last Ptolemy ruler was Cleopatra, who as the story goes committed suicide.
As long as Egypt had a Pharaoh, or “Queen,” there was no problem. When Rome invaded and conquered this nation, Egypt was left without a “God/Goddess on earth.” About a decade later, the Emperor Augustus, declared to the conquered that “he” is “God on earth.” The “divine one.” As the facts present themselves, Simon of Perea, a Jew, revolted against this ideology and the rule of any Roman over Israel. Roman soldiers eventually, defeated Simon and killed him. At about the same time, though, another “savior” was born. Yeshua bin Josef, or better known to the world as, Jesus Christ.
Many do not believe in Jesus, while millions, “do.” For those of us who do believe, Jesus was born amongst the Jewish peoples. As such, most believe him to be the “messiah” as prophesied by the Jewish prophet, Isaiah. I, myself, believed this to be the case for over 30, except that the facts kept gnawing at me while I kept doing my research. Facts that just don’t add up. About ten years ago, I began to read the sacred texts of Egypt. It is here, that I ran across a prophesy over 1800 years “older” than the one Isaiah wrote around 800 b.c. The birth on earth of a messiah. Son, of the Lord of all creation, written by the Egyptian priest Nu, around 4600 b.c. This truth can be found within the papyri of Nu, Sheet 12, in the British Museum, or the Book of the Dead where many teachings of Jesus originated, compiled by the Egyptian priest Ani in 1240 b.c. Another source, is the translations into English written by E. A. Wallis Budge.