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Who was Jesus as a Human ?
Jesus was clearly a human, perhaps divinely inspired.
There is no great doubt that he actually lived on Earth
and started Christianity according to his Father's Wishes.

But who was his father "human" father?

King Antiochus (Antiochos) of Commagene

 King Antiochus Theos (God) of Commagene was a Seleucid king.
The Seleucids were kings who called themselves "God" and "Savior".
Antiochus Theos (God) ruled from about 69 B.C. to 34 B.C.

What did Antiochus have to do with Jesus?
Let us look into the evidence.

The Three Kings or Wise Men

Who were the three Zoroastrian "Wise Men" who allegedly
visited the Christ child? Here we find a significant clue.
The THREE Wise Men allegedly gave gifts of gold,
frankincense (milky white) and myrrh (yellow to reddish-brown).
Could these colors be "THREE" planets of conjunction on July 5, 62 BC

shown on a stone relief at Nimrud Dag, temple of Antiochus
(also written as Nemrud, Nemrut and Dagh) in Commagene?

Nimrud Dag (Nemrut Dag) in Commagene

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The large stone monument of a Lion at Nimrud Dag is a "relief"
1.75 meters high and 2.4 meters broad. IT IS STILL STANDING,
virtually unscathed, on the western terrace at Nimrud Dag
in the Commagene (ancient Assyrian KUMMUH) north of Antioch.

Nimrud Dag is a fantastic place. The earth mound tumulus
at Nimrud Dag
is the largest in the world, having a diameter of 150
meters, a height of 49.8 meters West and 39.45 meters East.

KUMMUH is the city from which the original inhabitants
were deported by the imposter
Sargon II to the south from the
Mesopotamian city of Bit-Yakin (looks like a Hebrew name),
whose OWN residents in turn were deported in the other
direction to Kummuh - which accounts for the presence
of the Hebrews there. The Babylonian Captivity?

This large stone relief at Nimrud Dag is the relief of a maned LION
surrounded by and covered with stars. In addition to these stars,
there are three LARGER star-like symbols above the back of the lion,
identified clearly by inscriptions above them as
Jupiter, Mars and Mercury (identification by Otto Puchstein,
an archaeologist who excavated the site).
The three planets correspond in their colors
to the 3 gifts of the wise men.

The Three "Wise Kings"

Puchstein called the stone relief the "first" historical horoscope.
(Vergangene Welten, Faszinierende Funde, Verlag Das Beste,
1986, "Zwischen Zeus und Zarathustra [Zoroaster]".)

It can be dated by astronomy to circa July 5, 62 BC.

The planets at Nimrud Dag represent 3 wise "god kings"
according to archaeologist Friedrich Carl Doerner as follows:

1st planet - Zeus and Ahura Mazda
(LexiLine note: = Jupiter, heavenly father)
2nd planet - Apollo, Mithras, Helios, Hermes
(LexiLine note: the Sun, to which Mercury belonged)
3rd planet - Artagnes, Herakles, Ares
(LexiLine note: Aries, March, to which Mars belonged)

Moreover, on the breast of the lion, there is a horizontal crescent
moon with the Star Regulus inside it (signifying Antiochus).


Above is the concentration of planets near the Summer Solstice 62 BC.
It was a MAGNA-conjunction.

Antioch and Christianity

The significance of this relief, the entire Nimrud Dag complex,
and its East and West altar terraces
to Biblical matters has been overlooked for millennia.

Antioch (Turkish Antakya) was the FIRST Christian city
- anywhere. Moreover, it was the "School of Antioch"
- as opposed to the "School of Alexandria"... -
"which stressed the literal interpretation of the Bible
and the completeness of Christ's humanity."
(Encyclopaedia Britannica)

The Western world has followed the School of Alexandria,
"which emphasized the allegorical interpretation of the Bible
and stressed Christ's divinity". This has led to consequent
historical, calendric and religious errors.

The "Kings of Kings"

Antiochus called himself a "king of kings"
much as Jesus was called a king of kings in the Bible.

As the inscriptions at Nimrud Dag show, Antiochus traced

1) his father's lineage through the Achaemenids
(the famous kings Cambyses, Darius, Xerxes, Artaxerxes)
to the Persian godking Ahura Mazda and Zarathustra (Zoroaster), and
2) his mother's lineage through the Seleucid Kings to
Alexander the Great and to the godking Zeus.
Such a "king of kings" was unprecedented in history.

"Given of Mithra"

Moreover, the father of Antiochus was King Mithradates
(the name Mithra-dates means "gift of Mithra",
but in the sense of "given of, born of Mithra").

This corresponds to a planet on the Nimrud Dag relief
Mithras or Mercury/Sun (son of the sun),
just as in the Pharaonic Egyptian tradition
since Mercury belonged to the sun.

Hence, when the Bible speaks of the "gifts" of the 3 Kings,
there has occurred an ancient mistranslation of names
such as Mithradates ("gift of Mithra").
It is a NAME of the king as "given or born of a god or
goddess" and not "that the king has given a gift".

The Birth of Christianity

Antiochus' downfall came when he tried, as the first person ever,
This is monumentally recorded at Nimrud Dag.

This was the birth of "Christianity"
which his "son" of Theos (God)
carried on in his life and preaching
(for what else was Christianity but this idea?).
It was the "cross" or the blend of religions into one idea.

The efforts of Antiochus to unite all religions under one house
brought on the wrath of the Romans
(King Herodus also sided with Rome against the Parthians)
and meant the ultimate forced loss of the Kingdom
of Commagene to Roman rule.

Saviors, Galatia, Nazareth

After Antiochus passed away, and his son Mithradates II proved to weak to withstand the Parthians (Persians), the Parthian king had Antiochus' wife Laodike and allegedly all her children killed. But did Laodike save one of her sons by giving him to a foster couple?

It was the "pagan" regions of Anatolia, such as Commagene,
which were called "Galatia" in ancient times
(see also Biblical Acts, Galatians, Paul and Luke),
much as "Galilae" of the Bible was also called the region
of the pagans after the Syrian conquest, so that when the Bible
speaks of Galilee as the origin of Jesus, this means "to the North"
or "the Black Sea region" or "to the end of the land".

It was only Mary who originally came from Nazareth, and it was
 an "Angel" (i.e. a "courier" of the "God" Antiochus) who came to the
virgin Mary in Nazareth "in the sixth month"
[in the sixth month of something...but what?]
Once we read the Bible carefully, it is all very clear.

Luke in the Bible

From reading Luke (and Luke, not coincidentally, was "a man from
Antioch, Syria" see Enc. Brit.) we will come to the likely
conclusion that Antiochus' wife Laodike - in order to save a newborn
son from being killed by the Parthians (a legend retained in the Bible)
had thus given the [presumed] newborn son to Joseph and Mary
to keep and raise incognito.

"In the Sixth Month"

Luke 1, 26 states that in the "sixth month" [of the pregnancy]
Gabriel (the word means courier), in the days of Herodes,
king of Judaea (Herodes ruled from 37 BC to 4 BC
came to the virgin Mary and Joseph in Nazareth.
But what had happened before that visit?

Gabriel had first come to the aged and barren
Zacharias and Elisabeth and had promised them a son.
He had also gotten a vow from Zacharias that he would
not talk about the matter to anyone. Why the secrecy?

Thereupon, Elisabeth, allegedly pregnant, did not permit herself
to be seen for 5 months - obviously pretending to be pregnant.
Then, "in the sixth month" Gabriel went to the virgin Mary
and Joseph, promising Mary even more than Elisabeth,
a "virgin birth" of a "king of kings".

The virgin Mary at this time then went
to the house of Zacharias and Elisabeth, and
- as Elisabeth hears Mary's greeting -
the child of Elisabeth "passes" into Mary's body.
This is all straight from Luke in the Bible.

"Plus Three Months"

Mary remains another "THREE months" (this makes nine
months total) - and returns home only after Elisabeth allegedly
gives birth to a son, who is baptized Johannes by the courier's decree,
- contrary to established family custom, since there had been
no Johannes in the family of Elisabeth or Zacharias -
and THEN the baby "lives in the desert" (under what identity?)
until he is ready to appear before the folk of Israel.

Obviously, Mary has taken the baby, not Elisabeth's baby anyway,
with her. On the order of Gabriel, the baby Johannes is
called Jesus at the circumcision , so that Jesus and
John (Johannes) the Baptist ARE in fact surely the same.

Indeed, before Judas gives Jesus the kiss of death,
the identity of Jesus - as the son of the king of kings -
is not known to the masses, so that he must have been known
as someone else during most of his life, and this can
only be as John the Baptist. In Matthew 16, 14, there is in
fact the phrase that many say that Jesus "is" John the Baptist.

When was the Census ?

In discussing the early life of Jesus - there is mention of the
census during the reign of Augustus Caesar in Luke 2,
which is thought to have occurred ca. 28 BC.

Moreover, in the same context, it talks
about a census in SYRIA ("to the North") under Quirinius.
There is no census anywhere in this region - as related
in the Bible - for the period around 0 B.C. Indeed, this has been
one of the arguments some have raised to claim that the story
of Jesus is a fiction. But the story is true - from a human perspective.
The chronology is just 30 years removed from reality.
This does not mean that the man Jesus may not
have been possessed of "divine grace", however each of us
wants to define that term.

Jesus Did Live and
Did Start the Christian Faith

Jesus did live as a man, and he did start Christianity,
pursuant to this father wishes. The story is true.
The "Divinity" of Jesus, however, is a Question of Faith.


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