Chapter XI. – Grandmother History is my witness

Chapter XI. – Grandmother History is my witness

If you plant a mustard seed, it will grow into a mustard plant and end up becoming mustard. If we were not a group of gay guys, why is the church, to my disappointment, predominantly a men club only? And would my church be divided, or would it stand united? Just some food for thought.

Let’s start with some historical facts about the Bible. Only the Gospels of Matthew and John are Gospels where the authors are actually  the names of the Gospels. The Gospel of Mark is the oldest. The Tax Collector. It was written about 40 years after the crucifixion and not by Mark, but by someone whom Mark was dictating it to.  Most people in those times were illiterate.  Only Judas and I knew how to read and write. As the finance master he ought to. There are circa 5500 manuscripts from the past and they contain over 200.000 discrepancies. Granted most of them are minor and insignificant, but it just proves that the Bible and other books you read and thought to be inspired by God, are not. They are written by people. Souls get inspired by God, but the process of writing this inspiration down and preserving it happens in this universe, therefore it often comes with the faults and errors of the person’s own interpretations. Therefore anyone who will claim to have the absolute right or certainty, is already wrong.

The Gospel of Judas confirms that I had been talking to him for over a week just a few days before the Crucifixion.  The non-canonical Gnostic Gospel also confirms: “You will come to rule over them” and “You will exceed all of them, for you will sacrifice the man that clothes me.” the plan. Judas wrote in his Gospel: “I know who you are“. Of course he knew. My twin flame partner ought to have known.

To the question regarding whether John was my beloved apostle. We all were beloved, but only I love. I was not teaching my disciples to be secretive or ashamed of their feelings. John’s testimony would have been narrated differently if he was the one.

Scholars of today (like Dr. Bart D. Ehrman of the The Department of Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.), agree that John’s testimony is the most detailed, the most well preserved. Of course it is. John’s skill was observance and attention to detail. He was also the most vital and fit. A set of skills and attributes I placed my trust into, to carry the testimony as far into time and as preserved and detailed as it can get. Why do you think I had him seated at the right side at the wedding?

For more about the Bible please visit the man who gives me equally great headaches and pleasure with his lectures. Dr. Bart Earhman. Headaches with the “Jesus always has this clever way to get out of the theological traps of the High Priests“. Well thanks for the pressure buddy, It’s not like I don’t have enough of that as it is.  May that be it. I’m looking forward to meeting you and thank you personally for being my guide and reference point in history backed by science.

And now the key you need to decipher the great Hoax of Nicea. Simply replace “The other disciple, the one Jesus loved”, etc.  with the word ‘Judas’ and it will confirm my version of events, just like a torn card put back together.

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