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Updated: Mar 18

This is a follow up to this SIGMA3iOC post: PILATE'S LETTER TO CEASAR: SUBJECT: THE NAZARENE. (

*"Keeping in mind that the Vatican has directed and literally fought wars for the control of the information, narrative and interpretation regarding the facts surrounding Jesus and the curation of the documentation regarding the historical events and the text contained in the Bible."

Jesus Christ never existed? 2 hrs. 19 min.

During the Easter season some people might ask: Did Jesus Christ, The Nazarene really exist? Or is he a made-up historical religious narrative, symbol and figure? And again, remember, the shroud of Turin the supposed burial cloth of Jesus is still a mystery, and no one understands how all of the information that it contains was imprinted on the cloth.

The historical record established by Pilates letter to Ceasar and this observation by Roman historian Tacitus would indicate that a man named Jesus did exist. But I again note that the historical records may have been highly controlled and shaped for religious purposes.

Non-Christian evidence for Jesus: 3 min. 25 sec.

So, given these observations and quotes from the powers that be in Rome in and around the time of Jesus appear to establish that a man called Jesus existed and was a determined proselytizer of his day. Or is the historical record of the day questionable? Or are the words of Jesus Christ and the man himself an amalgam of the wisdom of history and a manipulation of religion?

Myth or fact? Objectively very interesting. I guess that is why it is called faith, you can make up your own mind on the subject.

And I found this quote by Roman historian Tacitus which appears to be historically accurate to be a universal observation about power, perversion and corruption that applied to the seat of power then as well as it applies to the seat of power today. What's old is new.

"Christianity, an evil well suited to Rome". "In the city of Rome, where all things hideous and shameful from every part of the world meet and become popular".

So true. Just replace Rome with Washington DC and the extreme politics of the day. The only difference and hope that sets Washington DC apart from Rome and the perversions, corruptions and the ensured bloody transfer of power? The Constitution.

Are you paying attention yet America? JGL 3/18/24

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