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I found this disinfo at http://www.burlingtonnews.com  this is part of the charade they will play to deny Jesus...Yahushua as the Son of God.

 


Jesus
Son of Joseph,  a descendent of King David through the Nathan line, and of Mary(Tribe of Dan). Jesus  was conceived during his parent' betrothal period before their legal marriage, so was regarded by the party of Hebrews as an extranuptial son of Joseph.
(before the legal marriage and during the time of the trial marriage, Mary would have been called a 'virgin' ) He was born in March 7 BC for Hellenists in the ascetic movement, he was the legitimate David, and would rule when the Kingdom came, either as an independent king, or as a subordinate of the Herods. In AD29 he joined with the Twelve Apostles, Hellenists, to oppose John the Baptist, who held the the doctrine of the Hebrews. But Jesus introduced entirely new doctrines, claiming to be able himself to fill the position of high priest as well as king. Thus he taught the priesthood of all believers, and also the free admission of all members, including Gentiles, without hierarchical grading on the grounds of birth, race, sex or physical condition. He was opposed by all parties working for Jewish supremacy and was called by them the 'Wicken (Anti) Priest and 'Man of a Lie'.  Jesus was crucified through a political stratagem, on the grounds that he was technically an associate of zealots. He was given poison on the cross to end his suffering (vinegar water was snake poison) but merely lost consciousness and was helped to revive by his friends. He remained with the pro-Gentile party in its successive forms, guiding the leaders, John Mark, then Peter, then Paul. In AD61 Jesus led his party to Rome, where they established a separate mission to Gentiles, no longer attempting to make them Jews. He was still alive in AD64 and his death is not recorded.
Ref: Barbara Thiering, Jesus and the Riddle of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Unlocking the Secets of His Story.
Joseph, Father of Jesus
Son of Jacob-Heli, Born 44 BC. He was given the title 'Joseph" as crown prince to "Jacob". In 8 BC he was 36 and due to marry in September that year. His son, Jesus, was conceived in June, after the final betrothal ceremony but before the wedding. Having a liberal outlook, he chose to continue with the marriage, but when he was under a high priest holding the doctrine of the Hebrews, he had to accept that James, his next son, was the heir. At the political crisis brought about by the Roman domination, he joined with moderate nationalists, allying with Theudas. He was the 'Star' (of David) to Theudas "Sceptre". Joseph became the potential David on the death of Jacob-Heli in AD17. He died in Ad23.

Ref: Barbara Thiering, Jesus and the Riddle of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Unlocking the Secets of His Story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary, Mother of Jesus
Born 26 BC. Mary was aged 171/2 at the conception of Jesus in June 8 BC. She was a member of the Order of Dan, in which women were called Virgins or nuns until their legal marriage. She was widowed in AD23. In December AD32, Mary began three years preparation to become a Widow, an order of ministry given to women at the age of 60. She was chosen by the Christian Party to be the chief woman, Mother of the Gentiles. John Mark, as chief Gentile, was made her 'son', she was also 'Mary the Mother of John Mark'. "Mary" (Miriam) was a title used for the chief woman of the Therepeautae, acting as Miriam, the sister of Moses.

Ref: Barbara Thiering, Jesus and the Riddle of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Unlocking the Secets of His Story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Magdalene
Member of the Order of Dan, using the title "Miriam" but in a branch of the order under Herodian influence, allowing divorce and remarriage. Her marriage to Jesus in AD30 may have been her second. Mary Magdalen was born in AD3 and was aged 14 in AD17 at the time she was "born" (the first initiation, at age 14 for girls, 12 for boys). Older than usual at the time of her marriage, Mary Magdalene conceived in December AD 32, during the trial marriage. (notice the similarity between the two mary's early pregnancies). She had a daughter (Tamar) born in September AD33, a son (Jesus Justus) born June AD 37 and a second son in March AD44. She subsequently separated or divorced Jesus , leading to a crisis which was resolved by the ruling that she was not a Christian believer, as the Christians had adopted a separate identy and name in AD44. Being that she was not a believer, a Christian did not have to remain 'yoked' to the non-believing partner.

Later Christ remarried and went ot Rome to live out the remainder of his years (?)

Ref: Barbara Thiering, Jesus and the Riddle of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Unlocking the Secets of His Story.