Reliability of Jesus’ Existence

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Zeitgeist the Movie, Jordan Maxwell, Sitchen, and Jesus Seminar are all frauds making insignificant connections related to Jesus to claim He was a myth.

Stories continue to circulate trying to prove Jesus was a myth creatd by Rome, or in the very least not significant.

While serious scholars do not dispute the existence of Jesus, many others will equate him with pagan mythos adopted or even plagiarized from ancient myths.

Most of the sources touting expert historical credentials fail to understand the spiritual significance of Jesus, not to mention overlook several evidences against their claims. Most merely cite occult Gnostic sources and get sidetracked with fabrications.

Jesus is compared with Horus (Egyptian) by those like Maxwell claiming them both as “sun” gods. In reality the Egyptian sun god was Ra and Horus was the sky god, different aspects of comparison. But who would suspect if one didn’t know any different? Nor are any of the characteristics given to Jesus match Horus, except by a stretch of imagination to elaborate.

Despite the claim that Jesus didn’t exist or had no significance, one would have to dismiss historical evidence. First century contemporaries wrote about this insignificant character. Historians like Josephus, Flavius, Pliny the Younger, Tacitus and Suetonius make mention of Jesus as a historical figure who lived in their time. Josephus refers to “Jesus, who was called the Christ,” when referring to the execution of his half brother James [Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews, book 20, chapter 9, item 1], and Tacitus, writes of “Christ, [who] had been executed in Tiberius’ reign by the governor of Judea, Pontius Pilatus.” [The Annals of Imperial Rome, Book 1, Chapter 15]

Those who rely on occult sources like Blavatsky, Manly P. Hall, and Maxwell will certainly be misguided and misinformed. Jordan Maxwell seems to think Catholicism is the root of Christianity, but he is mistaken since he gets his premise wrong. He was called out on it and never gave an answer, simply ignored the response. He is now passed, but before he died his YouTube channel was hacked and his information hijacked, so it probably still exists. Don’t believe all his conclusions. They are masterful twists of Luciferianism.

These researchers do not get the true significance of crucifixion and resurrection relating Jesus with Osiris, who never actually was resurrected, only raised up in spirit as guardian of the underworld. Not the same as risen savior of the world.

Zechariah Sitchen was a writer who claimed that the Sumerian texts told of aliens known as Annunaki, mainly led by Enki and Enlil, who came to earth and developed civilization as they bred mankind. No where does the Sumerian cylinders in which the manuscripts come allude to any indication these are ancient aliens or extraterrestrials. Sitchen made it up as he went along, today debunked by many scholars. Sitchen at one time claimed he alone had the true interpretation. Likely he channeled spirits for this information.

The Jesus Seminar were a group of 70 so-called self-proclaimed scholars who debated whether the accounts of the gospels were true by voting on their probability. They determined by casting beads of two colors to vote whether what is claimed spoken by Jesus was true or not. And their reasoning was that it couldn’t have been true being written remembered 40 years after the fact. Yet these geniuses are 2000 years after the fact determining what is correct back then, even further removed than what they make for their case. They also deny things written because of their lack of determining literal and figurative speech. When Jesus said “I am the door,” they count that as false since a man is not a door. Duh. They missed the spiritual point.

We have to consider though that we have become victims of our own means toward their fraud. Christians have adopted Catholic doctrines over the years, celebrating Christmas on the birthday of pagan god’s, and even using false imagery of Jesus as a blue-eyed Norwegian-looking white person. His color or race is insignificant to His provision and sacrifice, but it does not fare well of displaying the truth, especially when Gnostics have Him pictured in the “As above, so below” stance. Many critics of Jesus use it against us because they see that some Christians have likened their fashion after Catholicism.

In regard with denying Jesus’ existence, the Bible warns against such who deny that Jesus come in the flesh:

[1Jo 4:1-3] 1 Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. 2 Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God: 3 And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that [spirit] of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.

Those who don’t believe in Jesus do not have His spirit obviously. They have a bias against Jesus because they try to escape accountability to Him by denying His significance. But those who deny His existence are antichrist. They will perish in their sin.

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